Manly Tatum

M, #12760, b. circa 1824, d. 13 Mar 1865
FatherWiley Tatum b. circa 1800, d. 25 Sep 1875
MotherMary Lively Weaver b. circa 1806, d. Aug 1874
Birth*circa 1824 Manly was born at NC circa 1824. 
 He was the son of Wiley Tatum and Mary Lively Weaver
(Witness) Census5 Sep 1850 Manly Tatum appeared on the census of 5 Sep 1850 in the household of Wiley Tatum and Mary Lively Weaver at Fayette Co, VA.1 
Marriage*18 Nov 1850 He married Louisa B. Grinstead at Fayette Co, WV, on 18 Nov 1850.2 
Employment*Aug 1860 Occupation: farmer in Aug 1860 at Paint Creek PO, Kanawha Co, VA.1 
Census25 Aug 1860 Manly Tatum and Louisa B. Grinstead appeared on the census as head of household at Paint Creek PO, Kanawha Co, VA, on 25 Aug 1860.1 
Mlt-Service*between 1 Nov 1861 and Mar 1865 Manly Tatum was a Corporal, Co. I, 8th Regiment VA Cavalry, CSA. He appeared on a company muster roll as 4 Corporal for March and April 1863, noting that his last pay was by Capt. Clark on 31 Dec, was present, and had been transferred from Hales Artillery on 10 Nov 1861.
He appeared on a company muster roll as 3 Corporal for July and August 1863, noting that he was present and had been transferred from Jackson Battery on 10 Nov 1861.
He appeared on a muster roll as 3 Corporal for 1 Nov 1863 to 31 Oct 1864, dated 31 Oct 1864, noting that he had enlisted 1 Nov 1861 in Fayette Co [VA], by Capt Lewis, for the period of the war. It noted that he was last paid by Capt Clark on 28 Feb 1864, that he was absent, having been captured in Raleigh Co in April 1864.
He appeared as a Private, Co I, 8 Regt VA Cav CSA on a List of Prisoners confined in Military Prison at Wheeling, VA (also known as Atheneum Prison) on 22 April 1864, noting that he was 46 years, height 6ft 2in, dark complexion, brown eyes, dark hair, occupation farmer, residence Kanawha Co, WV, arrested by Lieut Blazer in Raleigh Co, VA on 13 April 1864, and sent to Camp Chase, OH on 23 April 1864.
He appeared as Corporal, Co I, 8 Regt VA Cav on a Descriptive Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Chase, OH, noting that he was arrested in Raliegh Co, VA on 13 April 1864, received at Camp Chase on 23 April 1864 from Wheeling, VA, by Capt E. Over, and that he was 6ft 2in, age 46, eyes brown, hair dark, complexion dark, and that he departed 25 February 1865, transferred to City Point [VA].
He appeared as Corporal, Co I, 8 Regt VA Cav on a roll of Prisoners of War paroled at Camp Chase, OH and transferred to City Point, VA, 25 February 1865 for exchange, dated 25 February 1865, noting that he was capture in Raleigh Co, VA on 13 April 1864.
He appears as Pvt, Co I, 8 Regt VA on a Register of Jackson Hospital, Richmond VA, in the Jones Brigade, admitted 23 February 1865, died 13 March 1865.
He appears as Pvt, Co I, 8 Regt VA on a Register of Jackson, Hospital, Richmond, VA, with a diagnosis of Debilitas, admitted 7 March 1865, furloughed 9 March 1865 for 30 days between 1 Nov 1861 and Mar 1865.3 
Death*13 Mar 1865 Manly died on 13 Mar 1865 at Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA. Admitted 23 February 1865, died 13 March 1865.4 

Census Record Summary

Enumeration DateCensus LocationHousehold Members
5 Sep 1850Fayette Co, VAWiley Tatum, Mary Lively Weaver and Manly Tatum1
25 Aug 1860Paint Creek PO, Kanawha Co, VAManly Tatum, Louisa B. Grinstead, Isaac Dodd, John Tatum, Louisa Beda Tatum, William B. Tatum and Elizabeth ("Betty") Tatum1

Partners and Children

Marriage*18 Nov 1850 He married Louisa B. Grinstead at Fayette Co, WV, on 18 Nov 1850.2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S205] 1790-1940 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, online at ancestry.com.
  2. [S146] Larry G. Shuck., Fayette Co. (W) Virginia Marriages 1832-1853 and 1865-1903 (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1995),.
  3. [S2787] NARA., Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia (available online at fold3.com),.
  4. [S2787] NARA., Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia (available online at fold3.com), Register of Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA.
  5. [S2674] Compiled online genealogy Kanawha County Family Tree Project, at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~maudenna/…, accessed Oct 2005.