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J. Bittick Military Records

This is probably John Eleck Bittick, but could also be John Holland Bittick.  Both lived in Obion Co, Tennessee before and after the war.  Both were in 22 Regiment (Barteau's) Tennessee Cavalry/2nd Regiment Tennessee Cavalry.  John Eleck Bittick was a Private in 1864; John Holland Bittick was a 2nd Lieutenant in 1864.  Based on rank, it seems more likely that J. Bittick/Bittock was John Eleck Bittick.  However, neither of their military records extend to 1865.  [John Eleck Bittick Military RecordsJohn Holland Bittick Military Records]

Item 1
Bittock. J.
Co. C, 21 and 22
Tennessee Cavalry.
Private / Private
Card Numbers.
1.  48480430
Number of medical cards herein: 0
Number of personal papers herein: 0


Item 2
B  /  21 and 22 Cav. (Consolidated.)  /  Tenn.
J. Bittock
Pvt, Co. C, 2 and 21 Regiment Tennessee Cavalry.
Appears on a
of deserters and absentees without leave from the
2d and 21st Regiments Tennessee Cavalry for
March 1, 1865.
Roll dated: not dated
Residence: Obion Co. Tenn
Where supposed to be: Obion Co, Tenn
Remarks:  absent without
leave, wounded
     The 21st (also known as the 16th and Wilson's) and the 22d (also
known as the 2d and Barteau's) Regiments Tennessee Cavalry
were consolidated about March, 1865, apparently in accordance
with S. O. No. 28, Hdqrs. Cavalry, Dist. of Miss. and E. La., dated
February 13, 1865, and formed the 21st and 22d Regiment Tennessee
Cavalry (Consolidated), which was paroled at Gainesville, Ala.,
in May, 1865.
Book mark: [blank]
            W. Muchall[?]

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