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Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Claims,
  • Infantry,
  • Military service, Voluntary,
  • Arkansas

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRelief of 4th Arkansas Mounted Infantry Volunteers
    SeriesS.rp.1542
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16046495M

    In , John F. Hill, a resident of Clarksville, Arkansas, organized a company of men for service in the 16th Arkansas Infantry Regiment. Hill was elected colonel of the regiment in December He resigned his commission in May and returned to Arkansas pins. Soon after the Battle of Murfreesboro, the 4th Arkansas Battalion merged into the regiment and in August, , the 31st Arkansas transferred to the 4th. It was involved at Jackson, participated in the campaigns of the army from Chickamauga to Atlanta, saw action in Tennessee under Hood, and was engaged at Averasboro and Bentonville.

    The War of the Rebellion. The Official Records of the 4th Infantry. Fifth Arkansas Infantry. The War of the Rebellion. The Official Records of the 5th Infantry. Part 1 The War of the Rebellion. The Official Records of the 5th Infantry. Part 2 Sixth Arkansas Infantry. Confederate States Government. Mrs. H. B. Muster roll, Captain John F. Hill's Company, Arkansas Mounted Infantry Volunteers (organized at Clarksville, July) Muster roll, Captain Thomas M. Gunter's Company, Regiment of Mounted Infantry, Arkansas Volunteers (organized in Fayetteville, July)

    In Response To: Re: 4th Arkansas Cavalry (Union) () Doyle, here is an excerpt from Sterling Price's report -- On Ap Brigadier-General Fagan, having made a forced march, attacked at Marks' Mills a train of several hundred wagons, guarded by a brigade of infantry, cavalry, and six pieces of artillery, on its way from Camden to Pine. Browse Archival Collections The Arkansas State Archives houses approximat cubic feet of state records and manuscript collections pertaining to the history of Arkansas and its people. These materials have been described and inventoried for ease of access.


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Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry the Committee on War Claims, submitted the following Report Manufacturer: Washington. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry by United States. Congress. Letter from The Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting A copy of a Communication from the Secretary of War submitting an Estimate of Appropriation for the Investigation Relating to the Relief of the Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry.

Elihu Root, Secretary of War. 2 pp.(one page, front & back). 56th Congress, 1st Session. Document No 3 small tears at spine from. Description and History of the Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry, including Company rosters, Baxter’s Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry USA. Batesville, Independence County, Arkansas “ Little Rock, Arks., Oct.

23d, Please contact me if you have burial info for soldiers of the 4th. We attempt to educate the public on facts about the Civil War and the lives of soldiers. We portray the "Montgomery Hunters", Company F, Fourth Arkansas Infantry Regiment during the American Civil War as our base impression.

We wanted to establish a new unit that would appear more authentic in drill, camp life and appearance on the battlefield. The Men of the Fourth Arkansas Infantry Regiment 4th Arkansas Infantry Regimental History Company F was enrolled at Mt Ida, a village in the hills of Montgomery County, Arkansas.

At the out break of the war Bunn had enlisted in Co. of the Fourth Arkansas Infantry and was promoted from time to time. Evander McNair b Laurel Hill, Richmond Co., NC.

Brigadier-General Evander McNair became colonel of the Fourth Arkansas regiment on Aug   Company A 4th Arkansas Mounted Cavalry Pictured above is Macy M. Williams, a member of Company A of the 4th Arkansas Mounted Infantry (USA) during the Civil-War. Macy's brother, Asa A. Williams has long been recognized by history as the only troop to have lost his life during the Lunenburg Skirmish of January 20th, Muster Roll of Companies H & I (Polk County) of the Fourth Arkansas Regiment from its organization to December (Thanks to the Polk County Genealogical Society for permission to use this information from their "Book of Lists,") (This list is not in alphabetical order.

If you are using Netscape, use the "Find" feature to look for a. February Sixty men Eleventh Missouri Cavalry and 8 men Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Stephens, Eleventh Missouri Cavalry, 40 men First Nebraska Cavalry, under command of Captain Majors, same regiment, on a scout toward Smithville; returned on the 10th.

February Steamer Dove arrived at this point. Service Record Enlisted in Company A, Arkansas 4th Infantry Regiment on 31 Mar Mustered out on 28 Oct Transferred to Company I, Arkansas 2nd Infantry.

Looking for books by John C. Rigdon. See all books authored by John C. Rigdon, including An Essential Dictionary of Veterinary Terms in Spanish and English: With Simple, Non-Technical, Understandable Definitions, and English Creole French Dictionary, and more on The 4th Regiment Arkansas Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.

Although Arkansas joined the Confederate States of America innot all of its citizens supported secession. Arkansas formed some 48 infantry regiments to serve in the Confederate Army, but also formed another 11 regiments that Branch: Infantry. The 4th Arkansas Infantry (Aug – Ap ) was a Confederate Army infantry regiment from the state of Arkansas during the American Civil War.

The 4th Arkansas served throughout the war in the western theater, seeing action in the Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia : Aug –Ap Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, relating to relief of the Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry by United States.

Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations,[s.n.] edition, Electronic resource in English. 1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles (Dismounted) () 2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles (Dismounted) () 25th Arkansas () 4th & 31st Arkansas & 4th Arkansas Battalion () 39th North Carolina () Johnson’s Divisional Artillery: Company E, 9th Georgia Battery: Lieutenant William S.

Everett (4 Guns) Bledsoe’s Missouri Battery: Lieutenant R.L. Wood. Baxter’s 4 th Arkansas Mounted Infantry, USA. Batesville, Arkansas Company C. Officers and Non-Coms William P.

Berry-Captain, Resident Black River, Independence County,Elected Capt. Nov. 1,Resigned Dec. 28, FAG # This is a Wikipedia Book, a collection of articles which can be downloaded electronically or ordered in dia Books are maintained by the Wikipedia community, particularly WikiProject dia Books can also be tagged by the banners of any relevant Wikiprojects (with |class=book).

Book This book does not require a rating on the quality scale. There are 12 pages, originally from The National Archives. I'm on because another family historian said the documents are easier to find. So, my Elkanah was with 2nd Cav, Co C Confederate Cavalry. Then he appears in same company as a Union soldier.

I'm now finding 4th Arkansas Mounted Infantry Union where he is a sargeant. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, in response to Senate resolution of the 18th of January,a report, dated the 2d instant, from Adjutant-General of the Army, and accompanying copies of papers, relating to the payment of the Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry Volunteers.

Just finished reading the article in the Arkansas Historical Quarterly, WinterUncertain Loyalties: Dual Enlistment in the Third and Fourth Arkansas Cavalry, USV, by Georgena Duncan.

This is an interesting article on men who joined the Union Third and Fourth Arkansas Cavalry Regiments, who had prior service in the Confederate Army.On February 8,a Union detachment composed of elements of the Eleventh Missouri Cavalry, the Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry, and the First Nebraska Cavalry encountered a larger Confederate force made up of parts of Freeman’s Brigade, Missouri Cavalry, and possible elements of Coleman’s Arkansas Cavalry, resulting in a Confederate.This is a list of all the photographs found in the Prints and Photographs Division's "Civil War Negatives and Related Prints" and Feinberg-Whitman collections that depict named Civil War soldiers with the rank of private, corporal, or sergeant.

At the time of the centennial of the Civil War, the Prints & Photographs Division held very few.