HISTORICAL NOTES:

    The Arkansas 2nd Infantry Battalion was formed during the late summer of 1861 and moved to Virginia. It served in General Pettigrew's and Pender's Brigade, totalled 146 men in April, 1862, and was active in the Seven Day's Battles. The unit later merged into the 3rd Arkansas Regiment.

    The 2nd Arkansas Infantry Battalion was one of only three Arkansas units which served in Virginia during the Civil War. The 1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment arrived in Virginia in June 1861, and was present, though not engaged, at the battle of Manassas (Bull Run) in July. The 3rd Arkansas Infantry Regiment arrived in Virginia in July 1861, and was sent to the mountains of western Virginia.

OFFICERS:

    Major William N. Bronaugh

ASSIGNMENTS:

SERVICE:

ROSTERS:

Field Staff and Band
Co. A- Hot Springs Infantry - Hot Spring, Garland and Saline counties
Co. B-
Co. C-

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