Second Arkansas Union Cavalry

by Desmond Walls Allen

Publisher: Desmond Walls Allen in Conway, AR

Written in English
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Allen, Desmond Walls Second Arkansas Union Cavalry. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research Allen, Desmond Walls Third Arkansas Union Cavalry. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research Allen, Desmond Walls Fourth Arkansas Union Cavalry. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research Allen, Desmond Walls First Arkansas Union Infantry Battalion. Conway, AR: Arkansas. 2nd Cavalry Regiment was organized during the early spring of using Phifer's Arkansas Cavalry Battalion as its nucleus. Many of the men were from Drew and Dallas counties. The unit served in the Army of the West and the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, and took an active part in the conflicts at Iuka, Corinth, and Hatchie Bridge. Union Regimental Index. Arkansas. 1st Regiment Cavalry: 2nd Regiment Cavalry: 3rd Regiment Cavalry: 4th Regiment Cavalry. Second Arkansas Union Cavalry. (Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, ). _____. The Seventh Arkansas Confederate Infantry. (Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, ). With Merrill's Cavalry: The Civil War Experiences of Samuel Baird, 2nd Missouri Cavalry, U.S.A. (San Marcos, CA: The Book Habit, ). Arkansas. Adjutant-General's Office. Report of.

Fourth Arkansas Union Cavalry; Fourth Arkansas Union Infantry; Fulton County, Kansas tax records, ; Index to the tract books for Fulton County, Arkansas; Index to the tract books for Izard and Stone counties in Arkansas; Index to the tract books for Polk County, Arkansas; Izard County, Arkansas tax records ; Second Arkansas. Fourth Arkansas Union Cavalry Historical Memoranda From Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Arkansas by Albert W. Bishop, Adjutant General of Arkansas, The raising of the 4th regiment Arkansas cavalry volunteers was begun in November, , and completed on the muster in of. During the campaign, they fought in battles at Mansfield, Pleasant Hill, Monett's Ferry, and Yellow Bayou. In September , the regiment marched to Arkansas with the cavalry brigade and returned to Texas in December. While camping in the Houston area, the Second Texas Cavalry, Arizona Brigade, received orders to be dismounted.   Published by the 2d Cavalry Association Historical Section after WW II to preserve the unit history of the 2d Cavalry Group in the European theater of action during WW II as well as the early occupation period following the war, the formation and early portion of the 2d Constabulary Regiment era, and the beginning of the 2d Cavalry's Cold War border period in Germany as the first line of.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. First Arkansas Union Cavalry by Desmond W. Allen, July , Arkansas Research edition, Paperback in English. 2nd Arkansas Cavalry Battalion. Company B. Allen, J N --Private—Enlisted at Mount Elba, Arkansas, Febru ; absent on sick furlough for 30 days, Ap ; transferred to Co. D, 2nd Arkansas Cavalry Regiment, Andrews, Jacob W --Private—Enlisted at Mount Elba, Arkansas, Febru ; transferred to Co. D, 2nd Arkansas Cavalry Regiment, ; . The Civil War in Arkansas 2nd Regiment, Arkansas Cavalry (Union) HISTORICAL NOTES: OFFICERS: ASSIGNMENTS: SERVICE: ROSTERS: BIBLIOGRAPHY: REFERENCES: REF: Dyer - Compendium of the War of the Rebellion. Researching this unit? Here's what's available. Rigdon, John C.   An “exciting” Civil War history of the Confederate cavalrymen, Morgan’s Raiders, by the New York Times–bestselling author of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (Kirkus Reviews). In this vibrant and thoroughly researched Civil War study, Dee Brown tells the story of Morgan’s Raiders, the Kentucky cavalrymen famed and feared for their attacks on the : Open Road Media.

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Second Arkansas Cavalry Second Arkansas Union Cavalry book Arkansas seceded from the Union inbut support for the Confederacy was not universal among the population. In the mountains of north-central Arkansas, groups of men formed secret societies to resist Confederate authority (known collectively as.

Following is the list of soldiers in the book Second Arkansas Union Cavalry. The book lists military company, rank in and out, date and place of enlistment, age at enlistment, birthplace, and date and place of death (if in service).

Other information is given about the regiment's activities. ADAMS, ALLEN. Get this from a library. Second Arkansas Union Cavalry.

[Desmond Walls Allen; United States. Army. Arkansas Cavalry Regiment, 2nd ()]. Second Arkansas Union Cavalry. [Desmond Walls Allen] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Desmond Walls Allen.

Find more information about: ISBN:. The 2nd Regiment Arkansas Volunteer Cavalry (–) was a cavalry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil gh 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 served in the Union ArmyBranch: Cavalry.

The Second Arkansas Union Cavalry book Regiment Arkansas Volunteer Cavalry (–) was a cavalry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil gh 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 served in the Union : July –Aug Following are the names of the soldiers who served in the Second Arkansas Union Cavalry.

A regimental history of the unit is available from Arkansas Research, PO BoxConway, ARfor $ plus $ shipping. The book lists military company, rank in and out, date and place of enlistment, age at enlistment, birthplace, and date and.

The 2nd Regiment, Arkansas Cavalry was organized at Helena, Arkansas, and Pilot Knob, Missouri, July It was ordered to Memphis, Tennessee, January, and had duty there and in District of West Tennessee until August.

The regiment mustered out Aug [1]. This book is the history of the First Arkansas Union Cavalry from its formation in to its mustering out in It is the story of Arkansas men who favored the Union and fought for its preservation against the Confederate tide.

19 rows  Like almost all Southern states during the American Civil War, Arkansas provided a number. "Union vs CSA Guerrillas. Some of our members also have ancestors that started with the Confederacy and latter joined the Union.

The 2nd Arkansas Union Cavalry is well noted in the book " A question of command counterinsurgency from the Civil War. The First Arkansas Union Cavalry was mustered out of the service at Fayetteville in August Of the 1, men who served in the regiment during the war, were killed or mortally wounded.

Accidents or disease claimed the lives of another For additional information: 1 st Arkansas Cavalry (US) Materials. Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. This book lists 1, men recruited primarily from Washington, Carroll & Benton Counties in Arkansas, and Barry & Greene Counties in Missouri.

Second Arkansas. Arkansas Civil War Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls. 2 Comments / Arkansas, Military. The Second Arkansas Cavalry Battalion, CSA; 2 thoughts on “Arkansas Civil War Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls” Billy Honey. Decem at pm.

My GGGrandfather, Isaac G. Pollard, Second Arkansas Union Cavalry was instrumental in establishing the Philander Smith College in Little Rock, he was a Methodist Minister, and he ultimately ended up receiving his Union Pension while living in Hammond, IND., where he died.

Arkansas formed some 48 infantry regiments to serve in the Confederate Army, but also formed another 11 regiments that served in the Union Army. The 2nd Arkansas Cavalry was organized at Helena, Arkansas and Pilot Knob, Missouri and mustered into Federal service in July It was made up of men from both Arkansas and : John C.

Rigdon. The Second Regiment Cavalry was organized at Helena, Arkansas, and Pilot Knob, Missouri, in July The unit served duty at Helena and Fayetteville, Arkansas, and Cassville, Missouri. The Second Regiment, African descent, was organized in Arkansas and later became the Fifty-fourth Regiment United States Colored Troops.

During the American Civil War, Arkansas was a Confederate state, though it had initially voted to remain in the ing the capture of Fort Sumter in AprilAbraham Lincoln called for troops from every Union state to put down the rebellion, and Arkansas and several other states seceded.

For the rest of the war, Arkansas played a major role in controlling the Mississippi River, a Capital: – Little Rock, – Washington. The 1st Regiment, Arkansas Cavalry was organized at Cassville and Springfield, Missouri, June to August, It mustered in at Springfield, Missouri, August 7, It was involved in a skirmish near Van Buren April 2, and mustered out Aug [1].

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.

The 1st Louisiana Cavalry, the 1st Corps DeAfrique (Louisiana) Cavalry, the 1st Texas (US) the Indian Home Guards, and the 1st Arkansas Cavalry (US).

With the exception of the 1st Arkansas Cavalry which Russell Mahan has covered well and Wiley Britton's Indian Home Guards book none of these units have been written about. A sharp skirmish broke out, but the members of the Second Arkansas Cavalry were able to drive the Rebels away.

Union losses were two men killed; Confederate losses were unknown. The supply train continued along the road with some men of the Second Arkansas alongside and behind the train.

Back inMahan put out (self-published, I believe) a pair of related studies, Federal Outpost at Fayetteville: The First Arkansas Union Cavalry and The Battle of Fayetteville, Arkansas, Ap Arkansas Confederate Cavalry and Arkansas Union Cavalry Fight for the Soul of Arkansas.

Both original editions are long out of print. User Review - Flag as inappropriate I have wondered for years what my great-grandfather did in the War.

He served in the 1st Maine Cavalry, Company G from January, (enlisted at age 18) to March, when he was discharged.5/5(2). Allen, Desmond Walls Second Arkansas Union Cavalry.

Conway, AR: Arkansas Research Allen, Desmond Walls Third Arkansas Union Cavalry. Detroit, Michigan: Detroit Book Press (reprint), Matthews, Richard E. The th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Unit in the Civil War. 2d Cavalry Regiment conducts steady state garrison operations from Rose Barracks, Vilseck, Germany, in order to facilitate preparation for future full spectrum operations throughout EUCOM's area.

F, Second Arkansas Cavalry Spouse: Death Parents ***** MEEK, John Born Wayne County, Tennessee Enlisted 17 December Pope County, Arkansas Co. I, Third Arkansas Cavalry Spouse Death Parents ***** MEEK, John S Born Carroll County, Arkansas Enlisted 12 July Springfield, Missouri Co.

F, Second Arkansas Cavalry Spouse: Death. Result: Union victory. The second Union army occupation of Batesville (Independence County) began on Decemwith the quiet entry of Colonel Robert Livingston’s command consisting of the First Nebraska Cavalry, Second Arkansas Cavalry, Eleventh Missouri Cavalry, and some smaller units.

The 1st Arkansas Cavalry Battalion (Stirman's) () was a Confederate Army cavalry battalion during the American Civil unit was also known as Brooks 1st Arkansas Cavalry Battalion, Stirman's, 1st Arkansas Cavalry Battalion, Stirman's Sharpshooter Regiment, 1st Regiment Arkansas Sharpshooters, and finally simply as Stirman's Arkansas Cavalry : Cavalry.

COMPILED RECORDS SHOWING SERVICE OF MILITARY UNITS IN VOLUNTEER UNION ORGANIZATIONS CONTENTS Roll Description 1 Alabama First Cavalry Arizona First Infantry Arkansas First Cavalry through Fourth Cavalry Second Cavalry First File Size: 51KB. Arkansas Post was the first territorial capital (–) and Little Rock was the second (–).

The Arkansas Territory was created from the portion of the Missouri Territory lying south of a point on the Mississippi River at 36 degrees north latitude running west to the St. Francois River, then followed the river to 36 degrees 30 minutes north latitude, then west to the territorial.Believe men were transferred from First Arkansas Infantry to the Second Arkansas Cavalry and have found this in many Civil War Pension files.

James had a hard time convincing the Government that he had indeed served in Co. D, Second Arkansas Cavalry due to the Army's probable mix-up of his records with his brother Joseph H.

Criner.Union Regimental Histories. Arkansas. 1st Regiment Cavalry. Organized at Cassville and Springfield, Mo., June to August, Mustered in at Springfield, Mo.