SANDY ALEXANDER DANCY
Photo by MARY KAY DANCY SMITH
Sandy Alexander Dancy was the youngest child of
Isaac and Mary Lamb Dancy.
Born in Dancyville, he was killed in the Civil War Battle of Perryville, Kentucky.
He is buried in an unmarked, mass grave at the Perryville Battle Field.
The stone, provided by the Veterans Administration, is a memorial to his service.
ON DECEMBER 22, 2001, GENE
GRIFFIN, KENNY SMITH AND MARY KAY DANCY
SMITH, SET THIS STONE IN THE
DANCYVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY.
SANDY ALEXANDER DANCY IS THE
BROTHER OF THE GREAT-GRANDFATHER,
JOHN HENRY DANCY, AND GREAT UNCLE OF THE PUBLISHERS OF THESE PAGES.
From The Memphis Appeal newspaper:
October 24, 1862
Counties in the Ninth Tennessee Regiment.
The following is a list of those killed and wounded in the 9th regiment of Tennessee volunteers, commanded by
Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Buford, near Perryville, Kentucky, on the 8th of October 1862.
Company A--- Lieutenant A. J. Bucy, Commanding
Killed: Private S. A. Dancy
Research by MARK KAY DANCY SMITH
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