Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – Missouri Miscellaneous Mix-up

Having looked at the First and Second Missouri Volunteer Artillery regiments, we find nine lines at the bottom of the state’s section on the summary for the third quarter.  For most states, the “other” area, if there at all, is simply a short list of independent batteries and perhaps some artillery-equipped sections manned by cavalryContinue reading “Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – Missouri Miscellaneous Mix-up”

Summary Statement, 2nd Quarter, 1863 – Miscellaneous Missouri artillery units

Having looked at the second quarter, 1863 summaries for the First Regiment and Second Regiment (first formation) Missouri Artillery, we can now turn to eight entries carried at the bottom of the state’s listings: Eight lines.  Double the number from the previous quarter.  There is some carry-over from the previous quarter, but each line deservesContinue reading “Summary Statement, 2nd Quarter, 1863 – Miscellaneous Missouri artillery units”

Summary Statement, 1st Quarter, 1863 – Miscellaneous Missouri artillery

Fighting back the urge to use alliteration and call this post the “messy miscellaneous Missouri”.  But things are not really that bad.  Just four entries to consider: Four lines, yes.  But lines requiring some discussion for proper identifications: 1st Battery Artillery M.S.M. – Missouri State Militia, 1st Battery.  Posted at Sedalia, Missouri with two (three?)Continue reading “Summary Statement, 1st Quarter, 1863 – Miscellaneous Missouri artillery”