Organized near Camden, Arkansas on December 15, 1863 by renaming Carroll's-Thompson's 1st Arkansas Cavalry as the 4th Cavalry regiment, and placing it under the command of Colonel Anderson Gordon. Field officers were Lt. Col. J.A. Johnson and Majors John A. Arrington and William A. Fayth. The regiment was assigned to Cabell's Brigade, where it served throughout the Camden expedition, including the battles at Poison Springs and Marks' Mills, and during Price's Missouri Raid in September and October of 1864. Surrendered with General Kirby Smith on May 26, 1865.
Also Known As: Gordon's 4th Arkansas Cavalry Reg't; 9th Arkansas Cavalry Reg't, 11th Arkansas Cavalry Re'gt.