4th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Three Year Service
September 26, 1861 (Organized) - June 14, 1865
Regiment Consolidated October, 1864
Consolidated with the 12th Regiment June 14, 1865 and Mustered out with the 12th
Assigned to: Battles/Campaigns Engaged in:
Ft Donelson, Shiloh, Siege of Corinth, Operations against Vicksburg [Central Mississippi Campaign], Meridian Campaign

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

Original Organization
4th Cavalry Field & Staff
Non-Commissioned Staff
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
Company L
Company M
Cook & LaSalle counties (Also Known as Grant's Escort)
Cook & LaSalle Counties (Also Known as Carrnichael's Cavalry Company)
Kendall County (Also Known as Dollins' Cavalry Company)
Will & Ogle counties (Also Known as Quinby's Escort)
Putnam County
Vermilion County
McLean & Woodford counties
Logan & Tazewell counties
LaSalle County
Kankakee County
DeWitt & McLean counties
Rock Island County

4th (Consolidated) Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Consolidated into Battalion of 5 Companies, October, 1864
Consolidated Organization
4th Cavalry Field & Staff
Non-Commissioned Staff
Unassigned Recruits
The Consolidated Regiment did not have a Band

Link to Roster 
Company A (Consolidated)
Company B (Consolidated)
Company C (Consolidated)
Company D (Consolidated)
Company E (Consolidated)

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