(c. 1843 - c. 1862)
Home State: Alabama
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 5th Alabama Infantry
In 1860 he was 17 years old and lived with his parents and siblings in Sumter County, AL. He enlisted as a Private in Company B (later renamed G), 5th Alabama Infantry on 15 April 1861 at Livingston, AL.
On the Campaign
He was mortally wounded and captured in action near Turner's Gap on South Mountain on 14 September 1862.
The rest of the War
He died of wounds, date not given, and was originally buried "in Mrs. Hoffman's barn field near Boonsboro, 150 yards N. W. of the barn." A Mary J Gee, relationship unknown, filed for his final pay in April 1863.
After the War
He may have been reinterred at Hagerstown in about 1874.
References & notes
Burial information from Pruett.1 His service from the State of Alabama,2 as T.N. Gee, and his Compiled Service Records,3 online from fold3. Personal details from family genealogists, at least one of whom has his death at Vicksburg, MS on 9 April 1865, and the US Census of 1860.
His parents were Theodrick J Gee (1812-1870) and Ann Jane Nance (1820-1880).
c. 1843 in AL
c. 1862; Boonsboro, MD; burial in Washington Confederate Cemetery, Hagerstown, MD
1 Pruett, Samuel, and Poffenberger & Good, Greg Farino and Western Maryland Regional Library (WMRL), Washington Confederate Cemetery, possible burials, Hagerstown (MD): WHILBR, 2010 [AotW citation 4689]
2 State of Alabama, Dept. of Archives & History, Alabama Civil War Service Database, Published 2004, first accessed 01 January 2010, <https://archives.alabama.gov/research/CivilWarService.aspx>, Source page: various [AotW citation 15790]
3 US War Department, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers, Record Group No. 109 (War Department Collection of Confederate Records), Washington DC: US National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), 1903-1927 [AotW citation 27969]