Arkansas 4th Infantry Battalion



 


  • HISTORICAL NOTES:

      The Arkansas 4th Infantry Battalion was organized near Little Rock, Arkansas, in November, 1861, with four companies. Ordered east of the Mississippi River, the unit served in the Army of the Mississippi before being assigned to McNair's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. The unit fought in the Kentucky Campaign, then was active at Murfreesboro . Later it merged into the 4th (McNair's) Arkansas Regiment.

  • OFFICERS:

      Lieutenant Colonel Francis A. Terry, and Majors John McKay and Jesse A. Ross were in command.

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