Missouri 4th Infantry Regiment



 


Historical Notes:

    The Missouri 4th Infantry Regiment completed its organizations in April, 1862 with men from Springfield and the surrounding area. Most all of its members served in the Missouri State Guard. It moved east of the Mississippi River and took an active part in the Battles of Iuka and Corinth It participated in various conflicts during the Vicksburg operations and was captured in July, 1863. After Exchange the 4th was consolidated with the 1st Missouri Regiment. This command fought in the Atlanta Campaign, was part of Hood's operations in Tennessee, and became part of the forces defending Mobile. It totalled 547 effectives in May, 1862, and reported 15 killed, 87 wounded, and 27 missing and sustained 38 casualties in the fight at Allatoona. Only a remnant surrendered in May, 1865.
Officers:
    Colonel:
    Archibald Macfarlane

    Lieutenant Colonel:
    Waldo P. Johnson

    Major:
    Stephen W. Wood
Assignments:
    Assigned to Bowen's Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana.
    Assigned to General Cockrell's Brigade
Battles:
    Iuka
    Corinth
    Vicksburg
    The Atlanta Campaign
    Allatoona
    Franklin
    Nashville
    Mobile
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