, Ezra Church, Lovejoy's Station, Jonesboro
, Moore's Station
, Franklin, Tenn.
, 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
Being disbanded September, 1861, its members entered other organizations, most of them into Colonel Dawson
's State regiment, under Gen, N. B. Pearce
, was organized by Judge David Walker
, known as ‘Little Dave’ to distinguish him from his uncle, Judge David Walker
, who was twice associate justice of the Supreme court and president of the Secession convention, and resided also at Fayetteville
‘Little Dave’ Walker
was judge of the Fayetteville
circuit at the time of his election as colonel of the Fourth Arkansas State infantry.
The regiment was mustered out in 1861.
Its colonel did not again enter the service, and after the reconstruction he was elected United States
's battalion, first organized with eight companies, and increased to a regiment, was commanded by