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Photo #59795

Last Name: Zollicoffer

First Name : Felix

Middle Name: Kirk

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Subject's State: TN

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Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1851-1900


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Comments: Felix Kirk Zollicoffer (Nee: ) | TN United States | 1851-1900 | Comments: Felix Kirk Zollicoffer, Slave owner & General of Confederate Army: On the 9th of December Zollicoffer, who had advanced from Cumberland Ford, crossed the Cumberland River at Mill Springs. About the 1st of January Major-general George B. Crittenden, who had been assigned by President Davis to that district, reached Zollicoffer's head-quarters and assumed command. Two columns of the enemy were in motion, one under Thomas against the Confederate left, the other under Schoepf to attack in front. Crittenden resolved to anticipate them, and take them in detail, attacking Thomas first. At midnight of January 18th he marched out of his intrenchments, and on the next day fought the disastrous battle of Fishing Creek, in which the brave Zollicoffer was killed.

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