Arkansas Battery: Cpt William Hart
“ . . . All but two of the 83 horses assigned to Hart's battery were killed and one of his guns was disabled. The battery with 83 officers and men and six guns was captured with the rest of the garrison when Confederate forces surrendered on January 11, 1863. The battery suffered three killed, thirteen wounded and twenty two missing during the Battle of Arkansas Post. . . .
The 2nd Arkansas Field Battery (1861–1865) was a Confederate Army artillery battery during the American Civil War. Also known as: Dallas Artillery and Hart's Arkansas Battery.