Summary Statement, 4th Quarter, 1863 – 2nd Missouri Artillery

I hesitate to apply the designation “Light” artillery to the 2nd Missouri Artillery, at least not as it existed at the end of 1863. As chronicled in earlier posts, this regiment had an unconventional organizational history in many regards. Starting in the late summer of 1863, the regiment was reorganized, from the section up, withContinue reading “Summary Statement, 4th Quarter, 1863 – 2nd Missouri Artillery”

Summary Statement, 4th Quarter, 1863 – 1st Missouri Light Artillery

The 1st Missouri Light Artillery Regiment began the war as the 1st Missouri Infantry, a three month unit. As infantry, the regiment organized in April 1861 and served in the early war campaigns in Missouri. After Wilson’s Creek, during the month of September, the regiment was reorganized as artillery, one of many creative administrative activitiesContinue reading “Summary Statement, 4th Quarter, 1863 – 1st Missouri Light Artillery”

Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – Wisconsin artillery sections

Below the numbered batteries from Wisconsin, in the third quarter of 1863 summaries, are four lines based on returns submitted from sections directly assigned to cavalry or infantry regiments: One of these is a carry over from the previous quarter.  Another matches to an entry from way back in the fourth quarter of 1862: BatteryContinue reading “Summary Statement, 3rd Quarter, 1863 – Wisconsin artillery sections”