Missouri 10th Infantry Regiment



 


Historical Notes:

    The Missouri 10th Infantry Regiment [also called 12th Regiment] was organized in November, 1862. Some of its members were raised in the counties of Chariton, Crawford, and Howard. The unit saw action in Arkansas and Missouri. It lost 11 killed, 41 wounded, and 237 missing at Helena, and after the fight it mustered 236 men. The regiment sustained 34 casualties at Pleasant Hill and 10 at Jenkins' Ferry. During the spring of 1865 it disbanded.
Officers:
    Colonel W.M. Moore, Alexander C. Pickett, and A.E. Steen; Lieutenant Colonel Simon Harris; and Major Elijah Magoffin.
Assignments:
    Assigned to A.E. Steen's, Parson's, and S. P. Burns' Brigade, Trans-Mississippi Department
Battles:
    Skirmishes in Arkansas and Missouri
    Pleasant Hill
    Jenkins Ferry
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