Ronnie,"Amoung the reinforcements which came to supply the losses of the battle and waste of the campaign,was the 13th Illinois Volunteers and the 3rd Missouri Infantry,"......Started Apr.5 reached N. bank of the White River Apr.10 at Forsyth...proceeded to Talbot's ferry destroyed saltpetter works there...4th Iowa Cav. proceeded down the White river in the direction of Yellville...Apr.16 march resumed camped at Lyon's Mill.Advance on Batesville 3rd of May.Etc.The 36th originally part of Osterhaus at Pea Ridge transfered to Asboth around Apr.10,1862.
Conrad's Expedition chapter XIV,Keitsville to Cape Girardeau is chapter XV of The History of the Thirty-Sixth Regiment Illinois Volunteers,During the War Against the Rebellion,Bennett/Haigh 1880. My GGGrandfather was in the 36IL.Inf.Co.K..He recieved a sitation for Meritorious Conduct at Pea Ridge and a commision. His Co.driving rebels like chaff before the wind March 8,1862.Since Blind e-mail is off contact Jim at(History-Sites)and write me directly.Since it is for a museum I'll give you copies of what I have.If you prefer a reprint I believe they are still availible from a man out of Bloomfield or Bloomington ,IL.around $80.00.I can get you that address too.Take Care.