NOTE: CO’s B & E ARE COMPLETE
  CO A HAS MEN STILL UNIDENTIFIED ~ See note at the end of the Roster.

COMPANY A Record of events.

Marched from Sedalia, Mo. to Lexington, Mo.; from Lexington to Lone Jack, Mo. and participated in the Battle at that place on the 16th August 1862
when they returned to Sedalia.

COMPANY B Record of events.

Marched from Sedalia to Lexington on 12 August distance 60 miles. Marched from Lexington to Lone Jack distance 35 miles; fought the battle of Lone
Jack Aug 16, 1962 Lost killed 3 privates; Captain William Plumb & 2nd Lt. Logan wounded; 11 privates wounded; 2 missing and 12 taken prisoner.

COMPANY C Record of events.

Private Henry McCullough went to Lone Jack was killed Aug 16, 1862. [NOTE: He was the only member of Company C at Lone Jack.]

COMPANY E Record of events.

Fifty of this Co was in the Battle of Lone Jack Aug 16, 1862.

REGIMENTAL RECORD OF EVENTS

On the 12 day of Aug 1862 orders were received at Head Qts Post of Sedalia to send three companies to Lexington Mo in forced march to reinforce the
troops at that Post.  The rebel commanders Coffey was reported advancing upon Lexington with 4000 men. Detachment of Companies A, B, & E
numbering as follows: Co A Capt Dunden & Lieut. Middaugh with 49 men; Co B Capt Plumb & Lt. Logan with 52 men; Co E Lieuts Moore and
Murphy with 42 men – marched forthwith under command of Major James.  Arrived at Lexington 7 o’clock a.m. 13th inst having marched 60 miles
from 6 p.m. 12 inst. until 7 o’clock a.m. 13th inst. At Lexington Major James was placed arrest for disgraceful conduct. On the 15th inst. the whole
detachment from the Regt. moved with the other forces numbering 760 men marched from Lexington, Mo under command of Maj. Foster of the 7 Cav
MSM in the direction of Lone Jack Jackson Co Mo.  Arrived at Lone Jack 11 o’clock pm same day where a skirmish occurred between our forces and
Coffey’s picket guard.  In this skirmish Sgt’s Lankford and Parks and Corpl F. Scantling of Co B were severely wounded.  The rebel picket having
retreated in a few minutes our troops being much fatigued were ordered to lay day and sleep the remainder of the night.  The next morning Aug 16/62 at
5 o’clock they were attacked by Coffey’s whole force of war 3000 men and for the ensuing 5 hours a hard and almost hand to hand battle was fought.  
The rebels numbering 4 to one of our men.  The rebel force gave way at 10 o’clock and our forces retreated to Lexington.  In this action Captains Plumb
and Dunden and Lts Middaugh, Logan & Murphey were all severely wounded, being five out of the X officers along with the detachment also a large
number of the enlisted men in addition to the casualties above mentioned were wounded.  The following named staff officers along with the detachment
were wounded – Asst. Surgeon W.F. Clawgis slightly, Sergt. Maj. W.D. Hubbard very slightly, Steward E.T. Dunham mortally.  For the enlisted men of
Companies wounded see appended list.  This detachment returned to Regimental Head Quarters at Sedalia, Mo Aug 22/62.
6th Missouri State Militia
Please see note at the end of the Company list for additional names
Apger, Conrad
B
Private
Horse killed and equipment lost in battle of Lone Jack Aug 16,
1862; Taken prisoner and discharged by S.O. #58 General
Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862
Barkley, Richard
B
Private
Taken prisoner at Lone Jack, MO Aug 16, 1862 and discharged
by S.O. #58 General Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862
Barnett, James P.
E
Private
Wounded slightly in hip at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Bond, Brantley T.
B
Private
Taken prisoner at Lone Jack, MO Aug 16, 1862 and discharged
by S.O. #58 General Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862; Lost horse and
equipment at LJ
Bond, James H.
B
Private
Taken prisoner at Lone Jack, MO Aug 16, 1862 and discharged
by S.O. #58 General Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862
Bucheimer, Jacob
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Carol, William
B
Private
Missing in action at Lone Jack; Rejoined regiment by Sept/Oct
1862
Carter, Cyrus
A
Private
Wounded in right side at Lone Jack; Discharge April 22, 1863
for wounds received at Lone Jack
Carver, Joshua O.
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; Taken
prisoner and discharged by S.O. #58 General Loan, Issued Sept
21, 1862
Chafen, Macey U.
A
Private
Received a gunshot wound between the shoulder at Lone Jack,
Aug 16, 1862-per pension application
Chaney, James
B
Private
Initially listed as missing in action at Lone Jack; Died of disease
in Regimental Hospital, Warrensburg, MO, Mar 10, 1863
Cheadle, Joseph W.
B
Private
Killed in battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; Lost horse,
equipment and personal effects in battle; Enlisted March 1,
1862; Age 22 yrs
Childers, Silas
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records; Suffered from
Chronic Hepatitis and discharged in October 1862
Clawges, John
 
Assistant Surgeon
Slightly wounded at Lone Jack;
Combs, Nelson Z
A
Bugler
Killed in battle at Lone Jack
Cooper, Lorenzo W
B
Private
Killed in battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; All of his effects
were lost in battle
Cox, John
E
Private-
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Crowley, James J.
B
Corporal
Wounded in battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; transferred to
13 Cav Vol Aug 3, 1864
Curtis, Joel P.
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862;
Wounded slightly in leg
Dorser, Michael W.
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Davis, William
A
Private
Taken prisoner at Lone Jack; Lost his horse and equipment at
Lone Jack; Left at hospital in Lexington as nurse; Discharged
April 22, 1863 for disability S.O. #75 Dept of MO
Debo, Henry
A
Private
Wounded slightly in leg at Lone Jack; Left at Lexington,
Missouri August 17, 1862; Discharged April 22, 1863
Debo, Nathan
A
Private
Wounded slightly in breast and leg at Lone Jack; Left at
Lexington, August 17, 1862
Deyer, Samuel D.
E
Private
Service records state he participated in the Battle of Lone Jack,
August 16, 1862; Enlisted March 4, 1862
Dunden, James
A
Captain
Wounded severely in left breast at Lone Jack; Left in hospital at
Lexington
Dunham, Erskine T.
B
Steward
Mortally wounded at Lone Jack; Died Sept. 10, 1862 at
Lexington; Acting Steward of the 6th MSM Cavalry
Dunlap, Byron
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Dunn, Rice A.
E
Sergeant
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Eaglehart, George W
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Ecton, Horatio
E
Private
In battle at Lone Jack per service records; Killed William J.
Henry by stabbing him
Estes, Madison
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack; Discharged for disability January 21,
1863 at Warrensburg, Missouri
Garison, Benjamin F.
A
Private
Wounded severely in right shoulder at Lone Jack; Discharged
March 18, 1863 for wounds received at Lone Jack
Gibson, George W.
A
Private
Gunshot wound in head; Bullet removed in 1893 which
resulted in his death a few days later.
Gist, William
A
Corporal
Wounded severely in right shoulder; Lost horse and equipment
at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Glen, James
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Grady, William H.
B
Private
Wounded in battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; died of his
wounds Sept 28, 1862; Lost horse and equipment at LJ
Green, James
B
Bugler
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Groove, Vahn H.
A
Private
Wounded slightly in leg; Left at Lexington August 17, 1862 due
to wounds received at Lone Jack
Hamel, Frederick
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; Taken
prisoner at Lone Jack
Hamel, Philip
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16,1 862;
Wounded severely in mouth;Taken prisoner, discharged by S.O.
#58 General Loan, Issued 9/21/1862
Hatfield, Jeremiah R.
E
Private
Killed at battle of Lone Jack, MO; 28 yrs old; Lost horse and
equipment at Lone Jack
Hatfield, Joseph
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Heck, Herman
B
Private
Wounded severely in leg at Lone Jack; Lost horse and
equipment at Lone Jack;
Henry, Absalom
E
Private
Wounded slight in leg at Lone Jack; Source: Aug 21 1862 report
of casualties written to Col. Huston by A, B, E company
commanders
Henry, John G
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Holland, John  C.
E
Private
Discharged on account of wounds received at battle of Lone
Jack, Missouri
Hubbard, Walter D.
B
First Lieutenant
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack
Huffaker, Washington
B
Private
Wounded slightly in face at Lone Jack; Source: Aug 21 1862
report of casualties written to Col. Huston by A, B, E company
commanders
Huggard, Richard B.
A
Private
Wounded severely in right leg; Absent Aug & Sept 1862 in
hospital at Jefferson City for wound received at Lone Jack
Hunter, Isham
E
Private
Wounded severely in arm; Discharged for wounds received on
February 20, 1863 at Warrensburg, Missouri
Hyder, Artemus W.
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; Taken
prisoner and discharged by S.O. #58 General Loan, Issued Sept
21, 1862
Jones, James
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Kaiser, Albert
E
Private
Listed as mortally wounded in hip; Recovered and rejoined
regiment
Lankford, Elias
B
Captain
1st Sgt; Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862;
Wounded slightly in hip; Source: Aug 21 1862 report of
casualties written to Col. Huston by A, B, E company
commanders
Lewis, Mitchell
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; Taken
prisoner at Lone Jack and discharged by S.O. #58 General
Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862
Linch, Isaac
A
Private
Wounded at Lone Jack; Left at Lexington August 17, 1862;
Absent Aug & Sept at home in Dist NW on account of wounds
received at Lone Jack
Lizar, John R.
E
Private
Wounded severely in head at Lone Jack; In hospital at
Lexington, was sent home to recuperate, rejoined company  
after Dec 1862
Lizar, William A.
E
Private
In battle at Lone Jack per service records
Lizar, William A.
E
Private
In battle at Lone Jack per service records
Logan, William
B
Second Lieutenant
Wounded slightly in left eye; Absent sick in NW Dist from
wounds received an Lone Jack
Lyday, Docton H.
B
Private
Taken prisoner at Lone Jack and discharged by S.O. #58
General Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862; Source: Aug 21 1862
report of casualties written to Col. Huston by A, B, E company
commanders;
Marshall, James H.
B
Private
Missing since battle of Lone Jack, MO Aug 16, 1862; Presumed
killed in action at LJ; Lost horse and equipment
Mattox, Ebenezer
B
Private
Missing since battle of Lone Jack, MO Aug 16, 1862
McAlviner, Patrick
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
McCray, Andrew F.
E
Private
Wounded severely in leg, Leg amputated; Discharged for
disability Nov 26, 1862, at Calhoun, Missouri
McCullough, Henry
C
Private
Only soldier from Company C at Lone Jack; Killed at the battle.
McDonald, Perry
E
Private
In battle at Lone Jack per service records
McNulty, Thomas
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Michael, William A.
E
Private
In battle at Lone Jack per service records
Middaugh, George W.
A
Private
Wounded in at Lone Jack; Sent home to recuperate
Middaugh, Timothy
A
Second Lieutenant
Wounded severely in  right leg at Lone Jack
Mitchell, James M.
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Moore, Calvin S.
E
Captain
Was In the Battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; Killed at Battle of
Big Blue, MO Oct 23, 1864
Moore, Francis P.
A
Fifth Corporal
Was In the Battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862; Wounded slightly
in leg
Moreland, Henry H.
E
Private
In battle at Lone Jack per service records
Moreland, James W.
E
Corporal
In battle at Lone Jack per service records
Murphy, James M.
E
Second Lieutenant
Wounded severely in thigh; In hospital at Lexington
Musser, Joseph C.
A
Private
Wounded slightly in arm at Lone Jack
Newell, Paul
E
Private
Taken prisoner at Lone Jack and paroled; Deserted at
Lexington Sept 29, 1862
Nicholson, John R.
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Norris, George W.
B
Private
Wounded severely in thigh at Lone Jack
Opperman, Philip
E
Private
Wounded severely in leg; Leg amputated after the battle at Lone
Jack, Aug 16, 1862; Discharged Jan 6, 1863
Orem, William J.
E
Private
Wounded at Lone Jack; Died of fever at Sedalia, MO, Sept 28,
1862
Owens, William H.
A
Private
Killed in Battle of Lone Jack, MO August 16th, 1862; 18 yrs old
Parks, James D.L.
B
First Sergeant
Lost Horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862;
Wounded severely in thigh
Parrott, Elias
A
Private
Wounded severely in left knee; Left at Lexington Aug 17, 1862;
Died at Jefferson City, Aug 19, 1862 of wounds received at LJ;
buried Jefferson City National Cemetery
Perry, John
B
Sergeant
Lost Horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Phares, James M.
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records; Discharged for
disability Dec 22, 1863, at Springfield, MO
Piercy, Artemus J.
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Plumb, William
B
Major
Wounded severely in right shoulder at Lone Jack
Poage, James A.
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862:
Wounded slightly in face;Taken prisoner  and discharged by
S.O. #58 General Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862
Pryor, Benjamin F.
B
Corporal
Wounded severely in bowels at Lone Jack; Lost Horse and
equipment
Puckett, Constant
E
Private
Wounded slight in face at Lone Jack
Reeves, Asa
E
Private
Wounded slightly in head at Lone Jack; Discharged for
disability Feb 6, 1863 at Warrensburg, Missouri
Reeves, David H.
E
Private
Discharged for disability Feb 6, 1863 at Warrensburg, Missouri
for wounds received in battle of Lone Jack, Missouri
Robertson, George W.
E
Corporal
In battle at Lone Jack per service records; Supposed to have
been captured and killed by guerrillas in Sept 1863
Rohshen, Edward
A
Private
Wounded slightly in back at Lone Jack
Ross, Charles R
E
Corporal
Wounded severely in leg at Lone Jack; Discharged for disability  
April 23, 1863 at Warsaw, Missouri
Ross, John G
E
Private
In battle at Lone Jack;  Volunteer nurse at hospital in
Lexington Aug 23, 1862; Discharged for disability May 27, 1863
at California, Missouri
Ryan, James
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Scantling, John T.
B
Corporal
Wounded severely in arm and head at Lone Jack; Lost horse
and equipment
Schlorff, John J.
E
Sergeant
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records; Discharged for
disability Mar 27, 1863 at California, MO
Shanks, Jessie B.T.
B
Private
Wounded slightly in arm at Lone Jack; Lost horse and
equipment
Shanks, John L.
B
Private
Killed in battle at Lone Jack; Lost horse and equipment; Age 43
Shimilfader, Andrew Stanton
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Shreck, Henry
A
Private
Wounded severely in leg at Lone Jack; left in hospital at
Lexington, sent home to recuperate
Seitter, Christopher
E
Private
Was in the battle at Lone Jack, personal account
Smallwood, John S.
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Smallwood, William
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records; Discharged for
disability unrelated to Lone Jack Feb 6, 1863, at Warrensburg
Smart, William
A
Private
Wounded severely in thigh at Lone Jack; Discharged April 22,
1863 for disability S.O. #75 Dept of MO
Smith, Alvin P.
B
Company
Quartermaster
Sergeant
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862:
Smith, George W.
B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Smith, John
A
Sergeant
Killed in Battle of Lone Jack, MO August 16th, 1862; Age 54
Smith, Warren A.
A,B
Private
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862
Snyder, Frederick
A
Private
Wounded severely in right ankle at Lone Jack; Left in hospital
at Lexington, transferred to hospital at Jefferson City
Spencer, John A.
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records; Discharged for
disability Feb 6, 1863, at Warrensburg
Stiles, John T.
A
Private
Wounded slightly in hip at Lone Jack
Stinnett, John
E
Private
Killed in Battle of Lone Jack; Shot by the enemy while in the
line of duty; Age 37
Stubblefield, Daniel P.
E
Sergeant
Was In the Battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862 per service records
Stubblefield, John M.
E
Private
Was In the Battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862 per service records
Stubblefield, Robert M.
E
Private
Was In the Battle of Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862 per service records
Sweat, Eli
B
Private
Wounded in action at Lone Jack; left near the battlefield;
Missing in action
Thompson, Samuel
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Turner, James
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Waters, Elmore
E
Corporal
Wounded slightly in side at Lone Jack; Discharge April 9, 1863
for disability unrelated to Lone Jack
Whitten, Alexander
B
Private
Lost his horse in battle; Taken prisoner and discharged by S.O.
#58 General Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862
Whitten, Thomas
B
Private
Lost his horse in battle;Taken prisoner and discharged by S.O.
#58 General Loan, Issued Sept 21, 1862
Williamson, John D.
A
Private
Wounded severely in left side at Lone Jack; Left at Lexington
Wilson, Joseph J.
E
Private
In the battle at Lone Jack per service records
Yates, Griffin A.
B
Sergeant
Lost horse and equipment at Lone Jack, Aug 16, 1862;Taken
prisoner and discharged by S.O. #58 General Loan, Issued Sept
21, 1862
There were 51 men from Company A at Lone Jack.  The below listed men were "Present for
duty"
in August 1862 but their records made no mention of Lone Jack.  

If you have any information that would help us identify the additional 25 men, please contact
us.

Abling, John
Adams, Daniel
Aldrich, Alexander H.
Beachner, Julius
Benson, William
Brown, James
Chadwick, Alford S
Compton, Hiram C
Debo, William C.
Felton, Washington
Filley, George W.
Frederick, John Q.
Frederick, Joseph
George, James B.
Gilbert, Thomas
Gillian, John H.
Gilmore, Homer G.
Grove, Harvey J.
Heimbaugh, Lawson
Hinshey, Patrick
Homberger, Henry
Hubbard, Charles W.
Lohman, Gustave
Mathews, Francis M.
McBath, William
McElwee, Morgan C.
Middaugh, Nathan
Miller, Wiley
Moore, William C.
Norton, William
Oylear, Jonathan C.
Oylear, William J.
Parrott, James W.
Roberts, Benjamin F.
Rogers, Jasper N
Rogers, Samuel C
Smith, Abraham C.
Straub, David
Streeter, Judson H.
Thomas, Benton
Thompson, Thomas E
.
Tillery, Willis F.
Trescott, Luther
Vaughn, James
Whitaker, David
Whiteaker, Jeremiah
Williamson, Harrison
Winstead, John C.
Worthington, Andrew J.
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