Tennessee
5th Cavalry Battalion



 


ORGANIZATION:

    The Tennessee 5th Cavalry Battalion [also called 1st or 4th Battalion] was organized at Knoxville, Tennessee, in May, 1862, with six companies. The unit served under General Zollicoffer in the Department of East Tennessee and during September had 540 effectives. It skirmished in Kentucky, returned to Tennessee, and in May, 1862, merged into the 2nd (Ashby's) Tennessee Cavalry Regiment.

OFFICERS:

    Lieutenant Colonel George R. McClellan and Major Thomas J. Campbell.

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Confederate Military History - Tennessee Volume
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