Philip P. Southall, 3rd Sergeant, Co. H, 20th Tennessee Infantry

1840

  • Born in Tennessee to James and Nancy Bond Southall

1850

  • September 3: The United States Federal Census shows Philip living with his parents, siblings, and grandmother, Judy Southall, in Maury County, Tennessee. His father, James is listed as a farmer.

1860

  • June 19:  The United States Federal Census shows Philip living with his parents and siblings in Williamson County, Tennessee.

1861

  • May 28: Enlist into the Confederate Army in Franklin, Tennessee, Co. H, 20th Tennessee Infantry

1862

  • May 8th: Promoted to 3rd Sergeant
  • September-October: Company Muster Roll-Absent, Home sick on furlough
  • November-December: Company Muster Roll-Present

1863

  • January-February: Company Muster Roll-Present
  • March-April: Company Muster Roll-Present
  • May-June: Company Muster Roll-Present
  • July-August: Company Muster Roll-Present
  • September-October: Company Muster Roll-Present
  • November-December: Company Muster Roll-Present

1864

  • January-February: Company Muster Roll-Present
  • January 27: Muster Roll- Present, Remarks: Promoted to 3rd Sergeant May 8th     
  • March-April: Company Muster Roll: Present
  • September-October: Present
  • November 30:  Philip fights at the Battle of Franklin.

1865

  • April 28:  Muster Roll-Present
  • May 1: Paroled in Greensboro, North Carolina

1869

  • January 14: Philip marries Sarah M Burns in Williamson County, Tennessee

1870

  • August 16: The United States Federal Census taken in Williamson County, Tennessee shows Philip living with his wife, Sarah and his sister. His occupation is listed as a farmer.

1880

  • June 1: The United States Federal Census taken in Williamson County, Tennessee shows Philip living with his wife and children.  His occupation listed as farmer.

1900

  • The United States Federal Census taken on June 26th in Coryell County, Texas, Justice Precinct 7 shows Philip and his wife Sarah with their children.  His occupation listed as farmer.

1910

  • April 27:  The United States Federal Census taken in Jones County, Texas, Justice Precinct 4 shows Philip living with his wife.  His occupation listed as merchant in the cold drink industry.
  • Philip dies sometime after the April Census in 1910, he is buried in the Stith Cemetery, in Stith, Jones County, Texas.