Texas 14th Infantry Regiment

HISTORICAL NOTES: Colonel Edward Clark organized the 14th Texas Infantry in April 1862.

On June 12, 1862, General orders No. 5, ordered the regiment to Little Rock, Arkansas and report to the Commander of the army, west of the Mississippi River.

Captain McNight's Company L of the 18th Texas Infantry was transferred to the 14th Regiment Texas Infantry sometime prior to October 31, 1862, and became (1st) Company K.

FIELD OFFICERS: Clark, Edward - Colonel. Wounded in leg at battle of Pleasant Hill. Discharged.
Haldeman, Horace - Rank in Major. Rank out Major.
Boyd, William - Rank in Lieutenant Colonel. Rank out Lieutenant Colonel.
Baldwin, W. F. - Rank in Private, Company A. Rank out Surgeon.
ASSIGNMENTS: Little Rock Arkansas, Command of the Army of Trans-Mississippi
Gen. Horace Randal’s Brigade
BATTLES: Red River Campaign
Fort De Russy (March 14, 1864)
Mansfield (April 8, 1864)
Marks’ Mills and Poison Spring,
Pleasant Hill (April 9, 1864)
Jenkin's Ferry (April 30, 1864)
Camden Expedition
ROSTERS: The regiment was composed of six companies of infantry with two companies of artillery and two companies of cavalry.

Company B - Austin Grays Artillery Battery
Company D - Moseley's Artillery Battery
Company G - Brazoria Rangers
Company H - Field Battery
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