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Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 7 1 Browse Search
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Robert S. Neill, Sergt. Henry Eggner, Corp. Jefferson Stone, Bugler Joe Nanviller, Anderson Cole, John Henderson, William H. Killings-worth, Alex. Lyle, Andrew J. Lyle, Marcus D. Lenare, Alfred Page, Peter O. Thweatt, Selden M. Weaver and Lieut. C. P. Head; total. 19. Carroll's regiment. Company B, Captain Lewis: Killed—Serg. J. C. James and John Benge. Wounded—John B. Hearn and B. F. Gardner. Company C, Captain Armstrong: Wounded— Wesley Clay and Marion Douglass. Company D, Captain Perkins: Wounded—P. B. Wells, B. F. Walker and W J. Spivey. Company F, Captain McKissick: Wounded— J. Carroll, S. S. Jefferson and W. Hawert. Company G, Captain Walker: Wounded—Capt. Walker, John Smith, John Allstott, Thomas Crawford and William Donaldson. Company H, Captain Park: Killed—Corp. Isaac Patterson. Wounded—William Young and C. A. Crawford. Company I, Captain Withers: Killed—Corp. Peyton T. Deming and W. L. Haines. Dockery's regiment. Lieutenant-Colonel Neal was wo
ille, Sugar Creek, and Bentonville, N. C. It surrendered with Johnston, April 26, 1865, at Greensboro, N. C. The Third Arkansas State regiment, cavalry, which served in the brigade of Gen. N. B. Pearce at Oak Hills, was commanded by Col. De Rosey Carroll, a planter advanced in years, and an ardent Southerner. He came to the State from near Huntsville, Ala, and was originally from Maryland. Company A was commanded by Captain Carroll; B, by Captain Lews; C, by Captain Armstrong; D, by Captain Perkins; F, by Captain McKissick; G, by Captain Walker; H, by Captain Parks; I, by Captain Withers. Upon orders of the military board transferring the State troops to the Confederate service, it was mustered out September 19, 1861, its members entering new organization The Fifth regiment, State troops, forming part of the brigade of Gen. N. B. Pearce, was commanded by Col. Tom P. Dockery, of Lamartine, Magnolia county. Its captains were Whallings, Dismukes, Lawrence, Dowd and Titsworth. B
army of Kentucky, announcing as his staff, Lieut. D. G. White, adjutant-general; Maj. John Pope, of Arkansas, chief quartermaster; Capt. W. E. Moore, chief commissary; Captain Chambliss, chief of ordinance; dol. St. John R. Liddell, aide; Col. Hardin Perkins, aide. In November, Colonel Cleburne was ordered by General Hardee with his regiment, the First Arkansas State (or Fifteenth Arkansas Confederate), a squadron of Terry's Texas Rangers, and one piece of Shoup's artillery, against a Fedehe angle of the enemy's line with impetuous valor and irresistible force. The enemy was driven back in disorder. Toward evening, Liddell's brigade, which had borne the opening shock of battle, was called to give the final blow. About 5:30 Colonel Perkins, of Hardee's staff, found Liddell with the message: General Hardee wishes you now to move upon the enemy where the fire is hottest. Liddell moved toward the enemy's extreme left, and met General Cheatham, who urged Liddell to relieve the p