Gen. J.R. West led 3,094 U.S. cavalrymen in pursuit of 4,000 Confederate horsemen under Col. T.H. McCray and Gen. J.O. Shelby on Aug. 6, 1864. The U.S. troops rode to Austin, Stony Point, Searcy, and Augusta. On Aug. 11, troops of the 10th Illinois . . . — — Map (db m116192) HM
This monument pays tribute to the sacrifices made by families who lost a loved one in military services to the United States of America.
The heritage and patriotism of the Beebe community is depicted in the first scene.
The second scene . . . — — Map (db m183679) WM
On July 8, 1864, a column of 221 men of the 10th Illinois Cavalry headed for Searcy to confront Gen. J.O. Shelbys Confederates, who were operating in the area. They set up camp at Des Arc Bayou on July 13. At 4:30 a.m. July 14, around 500 men under . . . — — Map (db m116328) HM
One hundred Texas Rangers and 50 local men on May 19, 1862, attacked a foraging party from the 17th Missouri Infantry (U.S.), a unit composed largely of German troops, fighting near here along Whitney's Lane. Union losses were 22 . . . — — Map (db m116212) HM
Named for Richard Searcy, an early Arkansas territory settler, the city of Searcy was established by the Arkansas State legislature to serve as the county seat in 1837. Early resident and surveyor Israel Moore named the original streets of Searcy . . . — — Map (db m173998) HM
Arkansas National Guard 153rd Infantry-39 Brigade
Operation Iraqi Freedom
"All Gave Some- Some Gave All"
Combat Team Fallen Heroes
SPC William W Labadie Jr. 45 Bauxite Arkansas April 7th 2004
Sgt Felix M Delgreco 22, . . . — — Map (db m175045) WM
Born in Alabama Oct. 10, 1829, Dandridge McRae moved to Arkansas in 1849. A lawyer, he recruited Confederates in 1861 and led a battalion at Wilson's Creek and a regiment at Pea Ridge. Promoted to brigadier general Nov. 5, 1862, he was the only . . . — — Map (db m116321) HM
In loving memory of those from White County who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and world wide democracy.
World War I
Benoit, Joseph V. . . . — — Map (db m174134) WM
Searcy Landing in the Civil War
Searcy Landing was a steamboat stop with cotton warehouses before the war. On May 9, 1862, Col. P.J. Osterhaus's 3rd Division of the Union Army of the Southwest built a bridge across the Little Red River, . . . — — Map (db m116325) HM
Dedicated to those who made the supreme sacrifice, and in honor of all the men and women who served their country in a time of need.
Killed in Action
Dean, Lawrence C.
Latimer, Wilbur D.
Marsh, Clark L.
Solomon, Douglas E. . . . — — Map (db m116707) WM
Naval Combat at West Point
The U.S. gunboat Cricket steamed up the Little Red River Aug. 14, 1863, hunting the Confederate steamboats Kaskaskia and Tom Sugg. She captured the vessels at Searcy Landing and destroyed a . . . — — Map (db m116269) HM