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Co. B, 10th Iowa Infantry

Contacts:

1st Lt. Michael Carr, Commander
POB 42, 343 N. Locust St.
Carson, IA 51525
(712) 484-3647
wgpcw@aol.com

Sgt. Henry Krecklow, Adjutant
1239 Wedgewood Drive
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
(712) 322-4700
hakcbfd@msn.com


Co. B, 10th Iowa Volunteer Infantry was organized in 2003. During its existence, it has had an exciting part to play in Iowa. The company supplied the commanding officer and national color bearer for the Battle Flag Ball gala in 2006 at the Iowa State Historical building. It has also provides a large contingent at the Atlantic, Iowa Memorial Day ceremonies, the annual memorial service at the Colonel W. H. Kinsman monument in Council Bluffs as well as color guards in several parades. The keynote speaker for the 2007 Veterans Day ceremony at the Atlantic, Iowa Middle School was a member of this unit.

Service Record, 10th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment

The regiment was formed at Montezuma and Iowa City from Sept. 6 to Oct. 26, 1861 to serve for 3 years. Mustered out on Aug. 15, 1865.

Battles and casualties:

Charleston  5 KIA, 15 WIA
Island #10  No loss
Farmington  1 WIA
Corinth  No loss (April 30-May 30, 1862)
Iuka  3 WIA, 1 MIA
Corinth  3 KIA, 29 WIA (October 3-4, 1862)
Port Gibson  No loss
Raymond  No loss
Mississippi Springs  No loss
Jackson  No loss
Champion Hill  37 KIA, 83 WIA, 5 MIA
Vicksburg  1 KIA, 13 WIA
Clinton  1 MIA
Chattanooga  11 KIA, 11 WIA, 7 MIA
Savannah  No loss
Resaca  Casualties not reported
Kennesaw Mountain  Casualties not reported
Atlanta  Casualties not reported
Little Salkahatchie  No loss
Cox's Bridge  1 WIA


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