12th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry



 


HISTORICAL NOTES:

    The Kentucky 12th Cavalry Regiment [also called 1st Kentucky and Tennessee Regiment] was organized and mustered into Confederate service at Verona, Mississippi, in September, 1863. It sustained 55 casualties in the expedition from Memphis into Mississippi and 94 in the fight at Harrisburg. Later it saw action in Alabama and during March, 1865, merged into the 8th Kentucky Infantry (Mounted) Regiment.

FIELD OFFICERS:

    Colonel W.W. Faulkner, Lieutenant Colonel W.D. Lannom, and Majors John M. Malone and Thomas S. Tate, Jr.

ASSIGNMENTS:

    General Lyon's Brigade

BATTLES:

ROSTERS:

    The composite rosters of this unit contain the names of 1810 men.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

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