travelled about two hundred and fifty miles. Remained at Van Buren Arkansasuntil Nov. 29th, 1862 at which time we started for Prairie Grove, distant forty miles. Reached this place Dec. 7, 1862 and took part in the battle on that day. The loss to this company in this engagement was: -Four killed: two mortally wounded, three severly, two slightly, making a total of seven wounded we then returned to Van Buren, Arkansas distant forty miles and on the 27th day of December took up our line of march for Little Rock, Arkansas, and the 31st day of December found us on the road forty miles distant from Van Buren. Total distance travelled from our organization to December 31, 1862 is five hundred and sixty miles.
(signed) Thomas D. Lashley, Capt Commanding Company
Commenced march from Camp Anderson Arkansas May 31, 1863 enroute for Jacksonport, Arkansas
and arrived there on the 8th day of June, 1863, distance 110 miles. Commenced march for Helena on the 20th day of June, 1863 and arrived there on the 4th day of July, on which day 23 men of Comp. were in the engagement of that day and place. 1 Captain killed; 1 private killed; 1 private wounded (over)