Summary Statement, 2nd Quarter, 1863 – Kentucky’s Batteries

Kentucky’s batteries appear with different designations across the various sources I have used to formally identify units.  A good example is that organized and commanded through May 1863 by Captain David C. Stone.  The battery appears on the Army of the Cumberland’s return for Stone’s River as “Kentucky, Battery A” which might also be transformedContinue reading “Summary Statement, 2nd Quarter, 1863 – Kentucky’s Batteries”

Summary Statement: December 31, 1862 – Batteries from Iowa, Kentucky, and Kansas

Following the order presented in the summary statements, the next set of volunteer batteries came from Iowa, Kentucky, and Kansas.  Yes, not exactly alphabetical, but we’ll go with the clerk’s ordering. At the time of the report, in December 1862, Iowa had only three batteries accepted for service (a fourth battery was not mustered untilContinue reading “Summary Statement: December 31, 1862 – Batteries from Iowa, Kentucky, and Kansas”