14th Cavalry Regiment
14th Cavalry Regiment was organized during the
summer of 1863 with eight Mississippi and two Louisiana cavalry
companies. It served in W. Adams', H. P. Mabry's, then returned
to W. Adams' Brigade in the Department of Alabama, Mississippi,
and East Louisiana. The regiment skirmished in Mississippi and
Alabama, and many were captured in the fight at Selma. Only a
handful surrendered on May 4, 1865. Its commanders were Colonel
F. Dumonteil, Lieutenant Colonels John B. Cage and William H.
Garland, and Major Pinkney C. Harrington.