6th Cavalry Regiment


Historical Notes:
    The Tennessee 6th Cavalry Regiment, formerly Wheeler's 1st Tennessee Cavalry, was organized in May, 1862. The unit participated in the operations in North Mississippi during the balance of 1862 and in January, 1863, contained 430 officers and men. It went on to fight at Chickamauga, skirmished in Middle Tennessee, then was active in the Atlanta Campaign. Later the regiment saw action in various engagements in North Alabama and Middle Tennesee, moved to South Carolina, and in 1865 joined the Army of Tennessee. After fighting at Averysboro and Bentonville, it was included in the surrender on April 26.
    Colonels Jacob B. Biffle and James T. Wheeler, Lieutenant Colonels W.W. Gordon and James H. Lewis, and Majors Joseph J. Dobbins and William S. Hawkins.
    F.C. Armstrong's, H.B. Davidson's, Humes', and H.M. Ashby's Brigade.
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Confederate Military History - Tennessee Volume
Porter, James D.
Confederate Military History - Tennessee Volume
Porter, James D.
The Civil War in Tennessee
Rigdon, John C.

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