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Eightieth Regiment, Seventh Cavalry


Minty's Brigade-Garrard's Division-Cavalry Corps, A. C.
Regimental Losses in the Civil War

(1) Col. George C. Wynkoop (2) Col. William B. Snipes (3) Col. Charles C. McCormick, Bvt. Brig. Gen.


Companies


Killed & Died of Wounds

Died of Disease, Accidents, in prison, etc. Total




Officers Men Total

Officers Men Total

Enrollment


Field and Staff
2 - 2

- - -

24


Company


A
- 11 11

- 16 16

222




B
1 7 8

- 20 20

211




C
1 8 9

- 14 14

215




D
- 4 4

3 20 23

190




E
1 9 10

1 18 19

196




F
- 10 10

- 9 9

217




G
1 14 15

- 12 12

202




H
- 7 7

- 11 11

203




I
- 6 6

1 17 18

214




K
2 3 5

- 24 24

206




L
- 7 7

- 14 14

201




M
- 8 8

- 10 10

201
























Totals


8 94 102

5 185 190

2502
Battles K&MW

Battles K&MW












Lebanon, TN May 5, '62
4



Dallas, GA May 27, 1864
5


McMinnville, TN Jul 6, '62
1



Big Shanty, GA Jun 9, 1864
2


Murfreesboro, TN Jul 13, '62
11



McAfee's X Roads, Jun 11, 1864
2


Verbille, TN Aug 9, 1862
1



Noonday Creek, GA Jun 20, 1864
3


Gallatin, TN Aug 21, 1862
2



Flat Rock, GA Jul 28, 1864
1


Fayetteville, TN Sep 9, 1862
1



Atlanta, GA Aug 12, 1864
3


Brentwood, TN Sep 19, 1862
1



Lovejoy's Station Aug 20, 1864
10


Bear Willow, KY Sep 20, 1862
1



Vining's Station Sep 1864
1


Lavergne, TN Oct 8, 1862
1



Rome, GA Oct 13, 1864
2


Bowling Green, KY Oct 22, '62
1



Lead's X Roads Nov 1, 1864
2


Stone's River, TN Dec 31, 1862
5



Bardstown, KY Dec 29, 1864
2


Unionville, TN Mar 6, 1863
3



Selma, AL Apr 2, 1865
7


Snow Hill, TN Apr 1, 1863
2



Columbus, GA Apr 16, 1865
2


Shelbyville, TN Jun 27, 1863
9



Near Macon, GA May 5, 1865
2


Chickamauga, GA Sep 18, 1863
6



Picket Duty
2


Mission Ridge, TN Sep 21, 1863
2



Guerrillas
2


Cumberland Mtns, Oct 4, 1863
1



Place Unknown
2
Notes: Organized at Harrisburg in the fall of 1861, from companies in various parts of the State. It left Harrisburg, December 19, 1861, and went to Jeffersonville, IN, where it was placed in a Camp of Instruction, but after a four weeks' stay took the field in Kentucky and Tennessee. The Second and Third Battalions were actively engaged, May 5, 1862, in an affair at Lebanon, TN; the Third Battalion, on July 13, 1862, was overpowered and captured after a hard contest at Murfreesboro, TN. The Seventh distinguished itself by a gallant charge through the streets of Shelbyville, TN, on June 27, 1863. This charge was made by three companies under Captain Davis, who with his men dashed through the main street, up to the public square, in which there was a battery commanding the approach. The men rode through the fire of canister up to the muzzles of the guns, into the battery, fought for a while over the cannons, and then, aided by troops which entered the town at other points, drove the garrison through the streets, out into the country and into the Duck River. The Seventh lost two officers killed in this charge. The regiment reenlisted in the spring of 1864, and then accompanied Sherman's Army on the Atlanta campaign. It participated, in the spring of 1865, in Wilson's expedition to the Gulf, and-in Long's Division-took part in the daring and successful assault on the enemy's intrenchments at Selma, AL.


Roster Source: Regimental Losses in the American Civil War, by William F. Fox, Lieutenant Col. U.S.V., pub. 1889.



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