1st Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Three Year Service
July 3, 1861 - July 14, 1862
(Regiment depleted because of surrender; sent home to await exchange of prisoners)
Battles/Campaigns Engaged in:
Belmont, New Madrid/Island No. 10

Adjutant General's Regiment History
Frederick Dyer's Regimental History

1st Cavalry Field & Staff
Non-Commissioned Staff
This Regiment did not have Unassigned Recruits

Link to Roster  Link to County of Origin
Company A
Company B
Company C
Company D
Company E
Company F
Company G
Company H
Company I
Company K
McLean County
Gallatin County (Also Known as Gallatin County Cavalry)
Coles County
Knox, Henry, & Peoria counties
Montgomery County
Adams & Sangamon counties
Warren County
Marion & Grundy counties (Also Known as Centralia Cavalry)
White County (Also Known as White County Cavalry)
Winnebago County (Also Known as Light Dragoons, Steele's Guards, Huntley's Cavalry Company)

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