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9th Virginia Cavalry Company B & McGregor’s Battery Horse Artillery

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Welcome to the 9th Virginia Cavalry, Company B


We are a non-profit organization striving to accurately portray an actively-campaigning Confederate cavalry unit in 1863. We are dedicated to preserving our country's history and honoring our ancestors who fought in the Civil War.


We are a family-oriented group of living historians based out of southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois attending events in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa. Some of our travels have taken us to Kansas, Missouri, Michigan, Montana, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia.


Attached to our mounted unit, we have a dismounted contingent and McGregor's Battery Light Artillery. We also portray the cavalry during the 1830's as the 2nd US Dragoons, Civil War Western theatre as the 5th Georgia Cavalry, Civil War Trans-Mississippi theatre as the 4th Missouri Cavalry, Civil War Federal as the 3rd West Virginia Cavalry, Company M, as well as the Indian Wars as the 6th US Cavalry.


We welcome all to attend the many re-enactments we participate so that you may learn about an important part of our nations history. We also welcome you to join our group as participating is an excellent way to learn our history and build new friendships.

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Join Us

Join the 9th Virginia Cavalry, Cos B & McGregor’s Battery, and the City of Elgin, on June 10-11, 2017 for the Inaugural Civil War Event “Elgin Civil War Experience”. Experience the Civil War as it was in Elgin, IL. Featuring live skirmish's,  experience living history, see actual Confederate and Union encampments, actual medical field operations, play baseball as it was originally played.

Saturday’s Battle:

The Battle of Ft. Donelson, TN

Sundays Battle:

Milikens’ Bend, LA

Reenactor's sign up HERE

Sutler’s sign up HERE