Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Marker Program

Calhoun County in the Civil War


City: Hampton

County: Calhoun

Location: Calhoun County Courthouse, First and Hunt streets

Sponsor: Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission, Calhoun County, Arkansas Historic Preservation Program

GEO Coordinates

UTM-X: 548973
UTM-Y: 3711001
UTM Zone: 15

Latitude: 33.537489
Longitude: -92.472540

Marker Text

Calhoun County in the Civil War

Though sparsely populated, Calhoun County raised five companies of soldiers for service in the Confederate army: Company B, Sixth Arkansas Infantry, Companies E and G, Second Arkansas Cavalry, and Companies A and K, Fourth Arkansas Infantry Regiment. Henry G. Bunn of Calhoun County served in Company A of the Fourth Arkansas and became colonel of the regiment in late 1862. Col. Bunn led his men through most of the great battles of the Army of Tennessee until the end of the war. Hampton Cemetery is the final resting place of several Civil War veterans.

Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission

Calhoun County

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program

No. 123


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