Stamper Family Project
History of Wapello County, Iowa - Title; Page
The History of Marion County, Iowa and It's People - Title; Pgs 204; 205; 206
 
CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 1stcav.txt) "1STCAV.TXT" 
 Civil War Roster of Scott Co. men from 1st IA Cavalry

First IA Cavalry

Of 1478 Officers and Men, 43 were killed, 215 died, 207 were discharged, 88 were wounded,
2 were missing, 22 were captured, and 39 were transferred.
 

 

Organized in the Spring of 1861.Mustered out Feb. 15, 1866.

Colonel Fitz Henry Warren of Burlington
Lt. Colonel Charles E. Moss of Keokuk
Major E.W. Chamberlain of Burlington
Major James O. Gower of Iowa City
Major W.M.G. Torrence of Keokuk 

 

The regiment was engaged at Pleasant Hill,Mo., Rolla, New Lexington, Elkin's Ford,Little Rock,
Bayou Metoe, Warrensburg, Big Creek Bluffs, Antwineville and Cedar Creek.

Co A-Lee, Van Buren and Wapello Cos.
Co.B-Clinton Co.
Co. C-Des Moines and Lee Cos.
Co. D-Madison and Warren Cos.
Co. E-Henry Co.
Co. F-Johnson and Linn Cos.
Co. G-Dubuque and Blackhawk Cos.
Co. H-Lucas and Morrison Cos.
Co. I-Wapello and Des Moines Cos.
Co. K-Alamakee and Clayton Cos.
Co. L-Dubuque and other Cos.
Co. M-Clinton Co.
 

 
The following men were from Scott Co.:
Stamper,Joseph
 
 
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