Notes for SQUIRE BOONE: Fought with the Confederate forces during the Civil War. Enlisted in Company C, 15th Northwest Arkansas Infantry on 7-8-1861. Eventually made the rank of Colonel. He was wounded by a minnie ball 10-4-1862 at Corinth, Mississippi. He was captured in the battle and his right leg removed above the knee. Also contracted Smallpox at the same time. He was released in a prisoner exchange and rejoined his unit and was again captured at Vicksburg along with his brother Crockett on 7-4-1863. He was released in another prisoner exchange. He then served as commander of the post in Marshall, Texas until the end of the war.
D.S. Campbell, 1982 - Reference - 336 pages Snippet view George Boone, son of Edward Boone, killed by the Indians in 1780, and nephew of Daniel Boone, the famed explorer: a history of the Boone family, including descendants of George and Patty Hazelrigg Boone and George and Hester Locke Boone ...(google books) Some of Col. Squire Boone's descendants remained in Arkansas; others migrated to Texas. Squire had served as administrator of his father's (George W. Boone) estate after his death in March of 1855. He was also guardian of his minor ...
List of field officers, regiments and battalions in the Confederate States ...(google books page 14) Boone, (*) Squire, Lieutenant-Colonel 15th (Hobbs') Arkansas Infantry;
Publications of the Arkansas Historical Association, Volume 1 By Arkansas Historical Association (google books) Powers, Frank P., Colonel. 15th (Hobbs') Infantry Regiment (formerly McRae's 15th): Boone, Squire, Lieut. Col. Hobbs, Jas. H., Colonel.
Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Florida and Arkansas By Stewart Sifakis (google books page 99) Arkansas 15th NORTHWEST (HOBB'S-BOONES'S) INFANTRY REGIMENT Consolidated with 14th, 16th and 21st Infantry Regiments and designated as the 1st Infantry Regiment Consolidated in January 1864- First Commander: James H. Hobbs (Colonel) Field Officers: Squire Boone (Lieutenant Colonel,
journal of the congress of the confederate states of america, 1861-1865. (google books page 342) Lieut. Col. Squire Boone, of Arkansas, to be colonel Twenty-first Arkansas Regiment, vice James H. Hobbs, resigned August 22, 1862.
Battles and leaders of the Civil War ...: being for the most part ..., Volume 2 edited by Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buel (google books page 760) 16th Ark., Lieut.-Col. Squire Boone;
the arkansas historical association By john hugh reynolds (google books page 416) I5th (Hobbs) Infantry Regiment (formerly McRae's 15th): Boone, Squire, Lieut. Col. Hobbs, Jas. H., Colonel.
Confederates of Elmwood By John W. Cothern (google books page 222) Arkansas 15th (Northwest - McRae's Battalion) Infantry Regiment - This regiment was organized as McRae's Battalion Arkansas Infantry July 15, 1861. It was reorganized as McRae's Regiment December 3, 1 861, and as Hobb's Regiment May 8, ...
Arkansas 15th Northwest (Hobbs'-Boone'S) Infantry Regiment Organisation: Organized by the change of designation of the 21st (McRae's) Infantry Regiment ca. February 1863. Regiment surrendered at Vicksburg, Mississippi, ...
Arkansas in the War 1861-1865 Marcus Joseph Wright
Confederate Officers - Page 429 He was promoted to lieutenant-colonel, Twenty-first Arkansas Regiment replacing Lieut.Col. Squire Boone, who was promoted August 22, 1862.