Mississippi 9th Cavalry Regiment




  • HISTORICAL NOTES:

      The Mississippi 9th Cavalry Regiment was formed in December, 1864 by consolidating the 17th Mississippi and 17th Tennessee Cavalry Battalions. The unit served in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Later it transferred to the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana, and had many captured in the fight at Selma. Only a small number surrendered in May, 1865.

  • OFFICERS:

      Colonel Horace H. Miller, Lieutenant Colonel Abner C. Steede, and Major E.J. Sanders.

  • ASSIGNMENTS:

      Ferguson's and W. Adams' Brigade

  • SERVICE:
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    - Confederate Military History - Mississippi Volume - 288 pgs.
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    Historical Sketch and Roster of the 9th Cavalry Regiment
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    The Civil War in Mississippi
     
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    Mississippi Civil War Soldiers Index
     
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