1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery, Company C [Norman's]
Company C (Norman's) - This company served one 9-inch Dahlgren gun in the Harwood House Battery, and was commanded by Lt. H.T. Norman. Later, the gun and its crew were re-positioned to Brig. Gen. John C. Moore's sector of the defense lines (30 June 1863 - 4 July 1863). [Refer to Edwin Bearss' The Vicksburg Campaign, Volume I, page 460; Volume II, pages 61 and 63; and Volume III, page 782.]
Did You Know?
Thomas O. Selfridge, captain of the USS Cairo, commanded three boats which sank during the war. Each began with the letter "C"-Cumberland, Cairo, and Conestoga. The coincidence was noted after the Conestoga sank, and Selfridge was assigned to the USS Osage, which survived to the end of the war.