16th Infantry Regiment

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The 16th Infantry Regiment was organized by Colonel G. Flournoy during the summer of 1862. Many of its members were from Belton and Austin, and washington and Upshur counties. The unit was assigned to Flournoy's, Waterhouse's, and Scurry's Brigade in the Trans-Mississippi Department. It fought in Louisiana and Arkansas, and lost 2 killed and 5 wounded at Milliken's Bend, had 3 officers and 30 men captured curing Banks' Red River Campaign, and was active at Jenkins' Ferry. Later it moved to Hempstead and disbanded prior to the surrender in June 1865. The field officers were Colonel George Flournoy, Lientenant Colonels William H. Redwood and James E. Shepard, and Major Xenophon B. Saunders.

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