Above: Nancy C Hayes Pipkin,
wife of Wyatt Claghorn.
Left: Cavalry Private Wyatt Claghorn
The late Cavalry Private Wyatt Claghorn, represented by his great-great-grandson
Anthony Wyatt Hodge, is the Herald-Citizen Veteran of the Week. Claghorn served
during the Civil War from 1861-1864, enlisted in the 16th Tennessee Infantry and
transferred to Forrest 3rd Tennessee Cavalry. He died February 12, 1911, and is
buried in Rocky Point Missionary Baptist Cemetery, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN.
Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 18 December 2012. Photo by Ty
b. 13 September 1827, Hawkins Co., TN
d. 12 February 1911, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN
Wife: Nancy Hayes md 10 March 1853, Grainger Co., TN
Father: James Maxwell Claghorn
Mother: Sarah Wyatt
Buried: Rocky Point Missionary Baptist Cemetery, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN.
4th TN Cav.