Arkansas 4th Cavalry Regiment



 


  • HISTORICAL NOTES:

      Gordon's Cavalry Regiment [also called 4th Regiment] successor to C. A. Carroll's Cavalry Regiment, was organized in September, 1863. It took an active part in the conflicts at Poison Spring and Marks' Mills where twenty-one percent of the 117 engaged were disabled. Later it participated in Price's Missouri Expedition and reported 106 casualties. During the spring of 1865 it disbanded.

      The rosters for this unit are very defective. Only 35 names have been found

  • OFFICERS:

      Colonel Anderson Gordon, and Majors J. A. Arrington and William H. Fayth

  • ASSIGNMENTS:

      General Cabell's Brigade, Trans-Mississippi Department

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