Commanded by Col. Thomas T. Crittenden.
This regiment arrived on the battlefield at 6 a.m, April 7, 1862. At 8 a.m. advanced under the fire of a battery of artillery. Occupied this position from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. Enemy gave way; regiment followed until late in the day. Casualties--killed, 4; wounded, 36; missing 2; total, 42.