29TH TEXAS CAVALRY

Confederate States Army

History




Organized in July 1862

Dismounted in February 1865

Surrendered on May 26, 1865

Disbanded at Camp Grace, near Hempstead in May 1865




Officers:

Charles De Morse (Colonel)

Joseph A. Carroll (Major)

Otis G. Welch (Lieutenant Colonel)




Assignments and Engagements

Cooper's Brigade, Roane's Division, lst Corps, Army of the West, Trans-Mississippi Department (December 1862 - January 1863)

Cooper's Brigade, Steele's Cavalry Division, District of Arkansas, Trans-Mississippi Department (January-October 1863)

Battle at Fort Gibson (May 20, 1863)

Battle near Honey Springs (July 17, 1863)

Cooper's Brigade, Indian Territory, Trans-Mississippi Department (October 1863-February 1864)

DeMorse's Brigade, Indian Territory, Trans-Mississippi Department (February 1864)

Camden Expedition (March-May 1864)

Gano's Brigade, Maxey's Cavalry Division, District of Arkansas, Trans-Mississippi Department (April 1864)

Battle at Poison Spring (April 18, 1864)

Camden (April 23, 1864)

District of the Indian Territory, Trans-Mississippi District (July 1864)

Massard's Prairie, near Fort Smith [detachment] (July 27, 1864)

Gano's Brigade, Cooper's (Indian) Division, District of the Indian Territory, Trans-Mississippi Department (September 1864)

Cabin Creek (September 19, 1864)

Gano's Brigade, Cooper's (Indian) Division, Wharton's Cavalry Corps, Trans-Mississippi Department (September 1864-February 1865)

1st (Waul's) Texas Infantry Brigade, 1st (Forney's) Texas Infantry Division, 1st Corps, Trans-Mississippi Department (February-May 1865)






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