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Confederate Regiment Organized in Boone County[, Arkansas]

The Fourteenth Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A. was organized in August, 1861, by State senator William C. Mitchell near old Lead Hill Cemetery in Boone County. This article describes the organization and enlistment of the men, supplies gathered and their participation in the battle of Pea Ridge and future battles during the Civil War. [Source: Boone County Historian Volume III, No. 1 (Harrison, AR: Boone County Historical & Genealogy Society, 1980), 14-22.]

Boone County Historian Volume III, No. 1 (Harrison, AR: Boone County Historical & Genealogy Society, 1980), 14-22.



Owner of originalBoone County Historian Volume III, No. 1
Date1980
File name14th_arkansas_infantry_csa.pdf
File Size42.54k
Linked toDaniel G. Coker (Military); Henderson Lafferty Coker (Military); Mitchell D. Coker (Military); Strander Dudley Coker (Military); William Coker (Military); William T. Davenport (Military); Captain Jonathan Dobbs (Military); William M. Dobbs (Military); William Eli Dodson (Military); Elam Sulve McCracken (Military); Joseph Thompson McCracken, Sr. (Military); Samuel Marion McCracken (Military); William Gowan McCracken (Military); James Matthew Mitchell (Military); David M. Noe (Military); Mary Ann Orr (Misc); Abraham Osborn (Military); John Osborn (Military); Lewis D. Osborn (Military); William Carroll Pace (Military); Joseph Parker (Military); William M. Parker (Military); Allen Dedrick Simmons (Military); George Washington Smith (Military); Benjamin Stinnett (Military); William Trimble (Military); James Coffee Turnbo (Military)

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