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Historical Sketch And Roster Of The Virginia 26th Cavalry Regiment: Including the Virginia 46th and 47th Cavalry Battalions (Virginia Regimental History Series) (Volume 21)
Historical Sketch And  Roster Of The Virginia 26th Cavalry Regiment: Including the Virginia 46th and 47th Cavalry Battalions (Virginia Regimental History Series) (Volume 21)
The 46th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry was organized in February, 1864, with six companies. The 47th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry was organized in April 1864, with four companies. The 26th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry was formed in December 1864, by consolidating the 46th and 47th Battalions Virginia Cavalry. The unit served in W. L. Jackson's Brigade and was active in various conflicts in the Shenandoah Valley. It disbanded during the spring of 1865. Companies of the Virginia 26th Cavalry Regiment Company A (Captain Elias M. Walker's Battalion) (Later became Company B)- Richmond, and Bath County Company B (Captain Henry Newberry) - Bland and Floyd Counties Company C (Captain George Washington Cloud) - Carroll County Company D (Captain James R. Apperson) (Became Company K) Captain Stanton R. Aldredge's Company - Floyd and Franklin Counties Captain Richard J. Syme's Company - Greenbrier County

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Historical Sketch And Roster Of The Virginia 36th Cavalry Battalion (Virginia Regimental History Series) (Volume 20)
Historical Sketch And Roster Of The Virginia 36th Cavalry Battalion (Virginia Regimental History Series) (Volume 20)
The Virginia 36th Cavalry Battalion was organized in February, 1863, with four companies, later increased to five. The unit was assigned to A.G. Jenkins', W.E. Jones', B.T. Johnson's, and Payne's Brigade. It had a force of 125 men at Gettysburg, moved to Western Virginia, then took part in operations in East Tennessee. The 36th was with McCausland at Chambersburg, served with Early in the Shenandoah Valley, and was active around Appomattox. After cutting through the lines at Appomattox, it disbanded. Company A (Captain Cornelius Timothy smith) Company B (Captain Clinton Dufield, Captain Lambert Baynes) - Braxton County Company C (Captain Morris Kirtley) - Cabell and Putnam County Company D (Captains John B. Lady and William M. Miller) - near Charleston and Lewis County Company E ( Captains Edwin G. Zane and James B. Morgan) (formerly Company F, 14th Virginia Cavalry)

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Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 20th Cavalry Regiment (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 64)
Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 20th Cavalry Regiment (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 64)
The Tennessee 20th (Russell's) Cavalry Regiment [also called 15th Regiment] was organized in February, 1864. Many of the men had previously served in a field organization which was known as Greer's Regiment or Battalion Tennessee Cavalry. The A. & I.G.O. recognized it as the 20th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry but it was known and mustered in the field as the 15th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry. It was consolidated about March, 1865, with the 18th (Newsom's) Regiment Tennessee Cavalry (which was known in the field as the 19th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry) and the consolidated regiment was paroled at Gainesville, Alabama, in May, 1865, as the 19th and 20th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry. Companies Of The Tennessee 20th Cavalry Regiment Co. "A". Men from Gibson County. Paroled as Co. "F", 19th and 20th. Some men from Henry County. Co. "B". Previously in Greer's Regiment. Men from Carroll and Henry Counties. Paroled as Co. "A", 19th and 20th. Co. "C". Men from Gibson County. Some men paroled in Co. "E", 19th and 20th. Co. "D". Men from Madison, Carroll, Dyer, Henry and Gibson Counties, mainly Gibson. Paroled as Co. "B", 19th and 2Oth. Co. "E". Organized September 17, 1863 at Paris, Henry County. Co. "F". Men from Carroll, Humphreys, Henry and Haywood Counties. Co. "G". Organized December 1, 1863 in Dyer County. A few men paroled in Co. "E", 19th and 20th. Co. "H". Organized December 1, 1863 in Dyer County. A few men paroled in Co. "E", 19th and 20th. Co. "I". Men from Weakley County. A few men paroled in Co. "E", 19th and 20th. Co. "K" (also called "A"). Organized September 22, 1863 at Cottage Grove, Henry County. Paroled as Co. "D", 19th and 20th. Formerly in Greer's Regiment. The History of Henry County Commands states that Captain N. W. McNeill raised a small company in Henry County which was consolidated with Captain W. H. Hawkins' Co. "B".

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Historical Sketch & Roster of The Tennessee 19th Cavalry Regiment Consolidated (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 62)
Historical Sketch & Roster of The Tennessee 19th Cavalry Regiment Consolidated (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 62)
The Tennessee 19th (Biffle’s) Cavalry Regiment, usually known as Biffle’s 9th Cavalry, was organized October 23, 1862. The men were from the counties of Wayne, Lawrence, Maury, Perry, Lewis, and Madison. The regiment was consolidated with at least a dozen different commands during the war, but specifically in the late fall and early winter of 1864 – 65 was ordered consolidated with Holman’s, Biffle’s, Wheeler’s Regiments, the 9th Battalion, and 1st Confederate Regiment into four regiments which composed one brigade.” On January 19, 1865 in compliance with this order, Chalmers consolidated the 10th and 19th Regiments. On January 20th, Forrest instructed Chalmers: “You will retain Holman’s, DeMoss’s, Biffle’s and Russell’s Regiments and release all other parts of regiments and detachments whose commands may be in Georgia.” The roster in this book thus represents one of the latest lists of men who served under Forrest / Chalmers and probably post dates the battles of Franklin and Nashville. Companies Of The Tennessee 19th Cavalry Regiment Co. "A". Organized August 10, 1862 at Ashland, Wayne County. Co. "B". Organized August 24, 1862 in Wayne County. Co. "C". Organized August 25, 1862 in Wayne County. Co. "D". Organized August 31, 1862 in Maury County. Men from Lawrence County. Co. "E". Organized September 4, 1862 at Columbia, Maury County. Co. "F". Organized September 30, 1862 at Leatherwood, Wayne County. Men from Perry County. Co. "G". Men from Maury County. Co. "H". Men from Lewis and Perry Counties. Co. "I". Organized September 10, 1862 in Wayne County. Co. "K". Men from Gibson, Henderson and Wayne Counties. Co. "L". Organized July 11, 1863 at Jackson, Madison County.

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Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 18th Cavalry Regiment (Newsom's) (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 60)
Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 18th Cavalry Regiment (Newsom's) (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 60)
The Tennessee 18th Cavalry Regiment was also called the 19th Regiment. It was organized in May, 1864, by consolidating six companies of Newsom's Tennessee Cavalry Regiment and four companies of Forrest's Alabama Cavalry Regiment, The unit was assigned to T.H. Bell's Brigade in the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. Companies Of The Tennessee 18th Cavalry Regiment The Tennessee 18th Cavalry Regiment was organized in May, 1864, by consolidating six companies of Newsom's Tennessee Cavalry Regiment and four companies of Forrest's Alabama Cavalry Regiment. Its members were recruited in Hardeman, Madison, Henderson, and McNairy counties. Co. "A". Co. "B". Some of the men later were in Co. "G", 21st (16th). Co. "C". Some men later in Co. "E", 21st (16th) Regiment. Co. "D". Some men later in 21st (16th) Regiment, some in 18th (19th) Regiment. Co. "E" May was later captain, Co. "B", 18th (19th) Regiment, and some of the men also served in this organization. Co. "F". McClerkin was later captain, Co. "I", 18th (19th) Regiment and some of the men also served in this organization. Co. "G". Some of the men later served in 18th (19th) Regiment. Co. "H". Nothing is known as to subsequent fate of this company; probably disbanded and men distributed to other companies. Prisoner of war records showed men from Hardeman, Hardin, Henderson, Madison and McNairy Counties.

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Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 17th Cavalry Battalion (Sanders') (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 58)
Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 17th Cavalry Battalion (Sanders') (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 58)
The Tennessee 17th Cavalry Battalion was formed in September, 1862, with three companies: one from Tennessee and two from Mississippi. The unit served in S.W. Ferguson's Brigade in the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. Later it skirmished in Tennessee. During December, 1864, the battalion merged into the 9th Mississippi Cavalry Regiment. The Mississippi 9th Cavalry Regiment was formed in December, 1864 by consolidating the 17th Mississippi and 17th Tennessee Cavalry Battalions. The unit was assigned to Ferguson's and Wirt Adams' Brigade and served in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Later it transferred to the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana, and had many captured in the fight at Selma. Only a small number surrendered in May, 1865. Companies of the Tennessee 17th Cavalry Battalion Co. "A". "Confederate Rangers". Organized April 26, 1862 at Memphis. Some individual records show enlistments as early as September 9, 1861. Became Thomas C. Flournoy's Company, 9th Mississippi Cavalry Regiment. Co. "B". "The Chickasaw Mounted Guards". Organized March 20, 1862 at Okolona, Mississippi. Became Company "E", 9th Mississippi Cavalry Regiment. Co. "C", formerly called "B". Organized May 1, 1862 at Aberdeen, Mississippi. Became Company "F", 9th Mississippi Cavalry Regiment. Companies "B" and "C" were illegally mustered into the 12th Mississippi Cavalry Battalion in August 1863, but were ordered returned to Major Sanders by Major General Stephen D. Lee. When they returned to the battalion, their Company letters were reversed.

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Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 16th Cavalry Regiment (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 56)
Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 16th Cavalry Regiment (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 56)
The 16th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (Logwood's) also called the 15th Regiment was organized at Pikeville, Mississippi, in August, 1863. It was reorganized November 16, 1863 and in February, 1864, it consolidated with Street's Mississippi Battalion, 15th (Stewart's) Tennessee Regiment on February 5, 1864 to form 15th (Stewart's-Logwood's) Regiment (2nd Organization). The regiment served under Nathan Bedford Forrest in Tennessee and Alabama, participated in the Atlanta and Nashville Campaigns and surrendered in Alabama. Companies of the Tennessee 16th Cavalry Regiment Company A - Captain James H. Murray (to lieutenant colonel) Company B - Captain James L. Garrison Company C - Benjamin I. McSpadden Company D - Captains J.R. Farrabee, John C. Ford - Shelby County and Fayette Counties. Company E - Captain Thomas N. Caruthers Company F - Captains Thomas W. Brinkley, William S. Latta - Fayette County, Hardeman County and Haywood Counties. Company G - Captain John H. Stevens - Fayette and Shelby Counties. Company H - Captain Thomas D. Robins - Fayette, Shelby and Hardeman Counties Company I - Captain J.E. Sullivan - Shelby and Tipton Counties. Company K - Thomas N. Hughes - Shelby and Fayette Counties.

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Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 16th Cavalry Battalion (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 55)
Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 16th Cavalry Battalion (Tennessee Regimental History Series) (Volume 55)
The Tennessee 16th Cavalry Battalion was organized in October, 1862, with four companies, later increased to six. The battalion was originally commanded by Major E. W. Rucker. Major Rucker was given a commission as colonel, Provisional Army Confederate States, and the battalion reorganized February 23, 1862 with John R. Neal as lieutenant colonel; F. J. Paine as major. The Tennessee 16th Cavalry Battalion served in Pegram's, J.J. Morrison's, H.B. Davidson's, Grisby's, and Vaughn's Brigade. From June, 1863 to March, 1864, the 12th and 16th Battalions were consolidated into a field organization known as Rucker's Legion. Companies Of The Tennessee 16th Cavalry Battalion Co. "A". Organized May 1, 1862 at Post Oak Springs, Roane County. Co. "B", also called "C". Organized May 31, 1862 at Athens, McMinn County. Co. "C", also called "B". Co. "D". Organized September 20, 1862 at Kingston, Roane County. Co. "E". Organized August 7, 1862 at Greeneville, Greene County. Co. "F". Organized October 1, 1862 at War Gap, Hawkins County. John F. Fitzgerald's Company

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