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Arkansas (US)


a. allgemeines:



b. Infantry:



1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment (US):

s. Corporal John W. *Bowen (Co B); Pvt Joseph *Upton



2nd Arkansas Infantry Regiment:

s. Colored Troops



c. Cavalry:



1st Regiment Arkansas Cavalry:

s. Col Lafayette *Gregg; Col Marshal LaRue *Harrison; Lt Brackin *Lewis; Lt John Wortman *Morris; Pvt Robert R. *Fallin



Organized at Little Rock December, 1863. Attached to Post of Little Rock, Ark., 7th Army Corps, Dept. of Arkansas, to May, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 7th Army Corps, Dept. of Ark., to September, 1864. 2nd Brigade, Cavalry Division, 7th Army Corps, to February, 1865. Unassigned, 7th Army Corps, to March, 1865. Cavalry Brigade, Little Rock, Ark., 7th Corps, to June, 1865.



Duty at Little Rock, Ark., till June, 1865. Skirmish at Saline River, Ark., February 15, 1864. Cedar Glade March 1. Scout to Benton March 27-31. Mt. Elba March 30. Jenkins' Ferry, Camden, April 15. Dardanelle May 15-17. Operations in Arkansas against Guerril­las July 1-31. Near Benton July 6. Montgomery County July 11. Caddo Gap July 12. Fair's Mills and Bayou des Arc July 14. Saline River July 16. Scout to Benton September 6-7. Reconnoissance toward Monticello and Mt. Elba October 4-11. Reconnoissance to Princeton October 19-23. Skirmish, Hurricane Creek, October 23. Scout from Devall's Bluff to Searcy and Clinton November 9-15. Expedition from Little Rock to Fort Smith September 25-October 13. Skirmishes at Clarksville September 28 and October 9. White Oak Creek September 29. Scout from Little Rock to the Saline River April 26-29, 1865. Scout from Little Rock to Bayou Metoe and Little Bayou May 6-11. Mustered out June 30, 1865.



- **Bromley, J. N.:: Biography of John W. Morris, 1916; 1 roll. Mrs. J. N. Bromley of Marshall (Searcy County) wrote this biography of her father, Lieutenant John Wortman Morris, Company H, First Arkansas Cavalry (Union), in 1916. Much of it is genealogical in­formation on the Morris family. Although Morris served with the Union army only briefly, he did participate in the opening move­ments of the battle of Prairie Grove (Washington County). Microfilm copy of an original typewritten manuscript held by the Un­iversity of Central Arkansas (Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville: Manuscript Resources for the Civil War, Compiled by Kim Allen Scott, 1990).



2nd Arkansas Cavalry Regiment (US):

s. Pvt George P. *Hughes (Co H)



4th Arkansas Cavalry Regiment (US):

s. Col. Lafayette *Gregg



- **Gregg Family. Papers, 1853-1983; 2 linear feet. Family correspondence, legal files, and photographs pertaining to the Lafayette Gregg family of Fayetteville (Washington County). Lafayette Gregg (1825-1891) was an attorney, soldier, Arkansas Supreme Court justice, president of the Bank of Fayetteville, and one of the founding fathers of the Arkansas Industrial University (University of Ar­kansas). Most of the materials in this collection pertain to Lafayette's descendents in the early twentieth century, but a small group of records concern his service as colonel commanding the Fourth Arkansas Cavalry (Union). These records include the following: a medical statement dated January 1863, exempting Lafayette from service in the local militia; a travel pass and bond issued to Lafa­yette for a trip to Little Rock (Pulaski County) to consult with Governor Harris *Flanagin in May 1863; two orders pertaining to the Fourth Arkansas Cavalry and its operations around Little Rock; and an official discharge certificate issued to Lafayette Gregg in June 1865. (Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville: Manuscript Resources for the Civil War, Compiled by Kim Allen Scott, 1990)




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