10th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry (Johnson's)



 


HISTORICAL NOTES:

    10th Regiment Partisan Rangers was organized behind Federal lines during the spring and summer of 1863. Many of its members were recruited in Oldham and Crittenden counties. The unit saw action in Kentucky and Tennessee and acted as a guide for General J.H. Morgan on his raids into Indiana and Ohio. Later some of the men returned home, and a detachment surrendered at Paducah, Kentucky, in May, 1865.

FIELD OFFICERS:

    Colonel Adam R. Johnson, Lieutenant Colonel R.M. Martin, and Major Washington G. Owen.

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ROSTERS:

    The composite rosters of this unit contain the names of 1636 men.

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