"W N. Adams
Residence was not listed;
Enlisted as a Private (date unknown).
"Stanford's" Co. MS Stanford's Light Artillery [Not listed in Chickamauga Order of Battle]"
At the following link for the order of battle, Stanford's Battery is listed as Mississippi Artillery Battery--- Captain T. J. Stanford
Capt. Melancthon Smith was promoted to command of the artillery battalion of Cheatham's Division, to which Stanford's Battery was assigned during the Chickamauga campaign of September, 1863. The battery was attached to Strahl's Tennessee Brigade, which suffered heavily in the battle of the 19th against Thomas' wing of the Union army. The forest did not permit much use of Stanford's four 3-inch rifles, and they were not engaged until Strahl had been driven back. Strahl wrote: "My battery was at all times immediately in my rear and ready at a moment's notice to go into position had an opportunity offered where it could have been used with effect."