, Second Lieut. Frank Scott
Company II, Captain Matthews
, First Lieutenant Black
. Company I, Capt. W. F. Morton
. Company K, Capt. Anderson Cunningham
, First Lieutenant Toomer
The regiment was ordered to Fort Pillow
, November, 1861, and was brigaded with the Twelfth, commanded by Col. E. W. Gantt
; was stationed at Island No.10
on the Mississippi river
, and transferred back and forth to New Madrid at the will of Gen. Gid
. J. Pillow
, who had very impracticable ideas of the war we had entered upon.
was surrendered April 15, 1862, after a terrific bombardment by the enemy's mortar-boats and gunboats, aided by an overflow which nearly submerged the island.
The Confederate defenses consisted of dissolving earthworks and twenty guns.
Maj. W. J. Hoadley
, of Little Rock
, having served his guns with great bravery, spiked them and made his escape with one section of the battalion.
The others were included in the cartel, and were transported to Camp Butler near Springfield, Ill.
, then to Camp Chase (Chicago
), the officers to Johnson
's island, Lake Erie
. Lieutenant Gibson
, of Company H, was shot dead on Johnson
's island by a Federal sentinel because he crossed the ‘dead line.’
The two regiments were exchanged September, 1862.
The year of the first enlistment expiring there was a reorganization, which resulted as follows: Col. John L. Logan
, Lieut.-Col. M. D. Vance
, Maj. James T. Poe
, Adjt. Edward A. Warren
, Quartermaster E. Whitfield
, Commissary Clark
, Surgeon James Whitfield
. Company A, Capt. Jasper Shepherd
; Company B, Capt. Claiborne Watkins
; Company C, Capt. James D. Burke
; Company D, Capt. A. A. Crawford
; Company E, Capt. W. R. Selridge
; Company F, Capt. L. H. Kemp
; Company G, Capt. Frank Scott
; Company H, Captain Matthews
; Company I, Capt. W. F. Morton
; Company K, Anderson Cunningham
Col. Jabez M. Smith
was as brave and pure as General Lee
, but declined re-election.
He returned to the