Second Florida Cavalry

Lieutenant Colonel Abner McCormick commanded 202 men from the Second Florida Cavalry at Olustee. The regiment protected the Confederate right flank, and at one point a portion was dismounted and stopped a Union effort to turn the flank. The Second Cavalry suffered no known losses during the battle.

Part of the regiment, including Company H, commanded by Captain John J. Dickinson, was not present during the engagement.

Drawing from the Olustee Post Card Set.

Letter from Capt Winston Stephens to his wife
Letter from Capt Winston Stephens to his wife
Diary entry of Octavia Stephens
The Cone Brothers
2nd Lt Peter Cone, Company K
Photograph of John Perry
Photograph of William Denham
Photograph of John Fleming, Company F
Reminiscences of Lawrence Jackson, Company C

External Web sites related to the Battle of Olustee
Wakulla County, FL Civil War Page - Includes muster rolls of Companies D, E, and I, Second Florida Cavalry, and Companies C and G, Fifth Florida Cavalry Battalion. Also, a photo taken of some of these men at a 1904 reunion, and a listing of many Wakulla County Civil War veterans of these units.

Muster Roll for Company A
Muster Roll for Company B
Muster Roll for Company C
Muster Roll for Company D
Muster Roll for Company E
Muster Roll for Company F
Muster Roll for Company G
Muster Roll for Company H
Muster Roll for Company I
Muster Roll for Company K

2nd Florida Cavalry Reenacting Units
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2nd Florida Cavalry - Location - ?

Confederate Order of Battle
Battle of Olustee home page