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By John C. Rigdon
The fifteenth Alabama was once positioned within the Alabama Brigade below normal Evander McIver legislations (with the 4th, forty fourth, forty seventh and forty eighth Alabama regiments) on 19 January 1863.
It fought through the struggle in Virginia other than while it used to be transferred to the West with Braxton Bragg's military, fought at Chickamauga (19-20 September), the place it misplaced 19 killed and 123 wounded, out of 425 engaged. within the fierce fights at Brown's Ferry (27 October) and Lookout Valley, the regiment misplaced 15 killed and forty wounded. At Knoxville (17 November-4 December), 6 have been killed and 21 wounded.
The fifteenth surrendered one hundred seventy males at Appomattox. Of 1633 at the rolls, over 260 fell in conflict, 440 died within the carrier, and 231 have been transferred or discharged.
COMPANIES OF THE AL fifteenth INFANTRY REGIMENT
Co. "A", Cantey Rifles (Russell County) -- Alexander A. Lowther (promoted); Locke Weems (mortally wounded, Gaines' Mill); Francis Key Shaaf
Co. "B", halfway Southern Guards (Barbour County) -- John Wilhite Lewis Daniel (promoted); Isaac Ball Feagin (promoted); Richard E. Wright (wounded, 2d Manassas; retired, eight Aug 1863); Noah B. Feagin
Co. "C" (Macon County) -- Peter V. Guerry (KIA, 1st chilly Harbor); James H. Ellison (KIA, Gettysburg); LeGrand
Co. "D", castle Browder Roughs (Barbour County) -- Worthington (died in service); Blanton Aabram Hill (KIA, Fussell's Mill)
Co. "E" (Dale County) -- Esau Brooks (resigned, eight Feb 1862); William A. Edwards (resigned, 28 Aug 1863); G. A. C. Mathews (wounded, close to Richmond; retired); Glover (KIA, Petersburg)
Co. "F", Brundridge Guards (Pike County) -- Benjamin Hutchinson Lewis (resigned, 7 Feb 1862); George Y. Malone (wounded, 1st chilly Harbor; retired, 18 March 63); DeKalb Williams
Co. "G" (Henry County) -- William Calvin Oates (promoted); Henry C. Brainard (KIA, Gettysburg); John C. Oates (mortally wounded, Gettysburg); D. B. Waddell
Co. "H", Glenville Guards (Barbour and Dale Counties) -- William N. Richardson (captured, East Tennessee)
Co. "I" (Pike County) -- Benjamin Gardner (resigned, 15 Dec 1861); Frank Park (KIA, Knoxville); W. H. Stricklan (wounded, Fussell's Mill)
Co. "K", Eufaula urban shield (Barbour County) -- Henry C. Hart (resigned, thirteen Sept 1862); William J. Bethune (wounded, Gettysburg); John E. Jones
Co. "L" (Pike County) -- Robert H. Hill (KIA, pass Keys); Lee E. Bryan (wounded, 1st chilly Harbor; retired, 28 March 1863); James J. Hatcher
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By John C. Rigdon
Companies Of The GA 18th Infantry Regiment
Company A - Cobb County "Acworth Infantry"
Company B - Newton County "Newton Rifles"
Company C - Jackson County Jackson County Volunteers
Company D - Dougherty County "Davis Invincibles"
Company E - Gordon County, Stephens Infantry
Company F - Bartow County, "Davis Guards"
Company G - Bartow County, "Lewis Volunteers"
Company H - Bartow County, "Rowland Highlanders"
Company I - Dooly County, "Dooly mild Infantry"
Company okay - Bartow County, "Rowland Infantry"
By John C. Rigdon
The Commander was once Colonel Robert H. Anderson. He was once promoted to Brigadier common and served below significant normal Joseph “Fightin’ Joe” Wheeler. After the warfare, Anderson grew to become Savannah’s first leader of Police. A statue stands in Savannah commemorating his carrier.
The 5th Georgia supplied Coastal safety for Georgia till early 1864. In February of 1864, they dispatched to Florida for the conflict of Ocean Pond or Olustee. After the accomplice victory at Ocean Pond, the 5th Georgia lower back domestic to aid with the fight opposed to Union troops in North Georgia. They have been engaged on the conflict of midday Day Church, New wish Church, Ezra Church, Kennesaw Mountain, gigantic Shanty, Marietta and The conflict of Atlanta. They observed motion at Taylor’s Creek, Brown’s Mill, McCook’s Raid, and undergo Creek Station. After Sherman started his March to the ocean, the 5th Georgia was once part of Wheeler’s Cavalry. After Georgia’s destruction, the 5th Georgia observed motion in South Carolina at Broxton’s Bridge, River’s Bridge, Aiken and during the state.
Companies Of The Georgia fifth Cavalry Regiment
Company A -
Company B - Chatham County, Georgia
Company C – Blue Cap Cavalry
Company D - Bulloch Troop - Bulloch & Emanuel Counties, Georgia
Company E – previously corporation C, GA 2d Cavalry Battalion Bulloch and Candler Counties
Company F - Screven Troop - Screven County, Georgia
Company G - Liberty self sufficient Troop - Liberty County, Georgia
Company H - fastened Rifles "Captain Brailsford's fastened Rifles" "Bugler Company"
Company I - Effingham Hussars - Effingham County, Georgia
Company ok - McIntosh mild Dragoons McIntosh County, Georgia
By John C. Rigdon
The regiment then remained at Tullahoma until eventually ordered to Mississippi with the opposite parts of Breckinridge's department. It used to be engaged within the operations for the comfort of Vicksburg and used to be within the trenches at Jackson.
Between December 31, 1862 and September 19, 1863, the regiment misplaced 375 males. It went into the conflict of Chickamauga with purely 325 ultimate. The forty first was once within the ahead stream at Chickamauga and within the fight over the enemy's fortified place. back, the brigadier basic was once misplaced as have been 189 casualties of the 325 current from the regiment.
As a part of Longstreet's corps, the forty first participated within the struggles and privations of the iciness crusade in East Tennessee, maintaining heavy losses at Knoxville.
The regiment reached Virginia in April 1864 and was once engaged within the conflict of Drewry's Bluff and Dutch hole. It used to be then within the protracted siege at Petersburg north of the James River, and within the battles round that urban. The regiment was once engaged at Hatcher's Run and within the struggling with at the Appomattox retreat lower than common Gordon. approximately 270 males have been current below Col. Martin L. Stansel for the surrender.
Companies Of The AL forty first Infantry Regiment
•Co. "A" (Tuscaloosa County): Thomas Gaillard Trimmier (promoted); James M. turbines (resigned, 24 Dec 62); Humphrey H. Sartain
•Co. "B" (Pickens County): John C. Kirkland (resigned, 2 April 63); L. F. Shelton
•Co. "C" (Pickens County): Jesse G. Nash (promoted); Jere H. Cason (wounded, Bean's Station; resigned, nine Feb 64); John C. Moorhead
•Co. "D" (Pickens County): Robert A. McCord (died in provider, 17 June 62); Bela A. Hudgins (wounded, Murfreesboro; retired, 17 Nov 64); John C. reasonable
•Co. "E" (Perry and Greene Counties): William G. England (resigned, three Oct 62); Francis M. Moore (resigned, 10 Nov 63); Andrew B. S. Moseley
•Co. "F" (Tuscaloosa County): Benjamin F. Eddins (resigned, 1 Dec 63); Luther Morgan Clements (wounded, Chickamauga)
•Co. "G" (Tuscaloosa County): Lemuel T. Hudgins (promoted); James White
•Co. "H" (Fayette County): Franklin Ogden (resigned, 24 March 64); Holland M. Bell (wounded, Hatcher's Run)
•Co. "I" (Pickens County): Thomas Smith Abernethy (resigned, sixteen Dec 62); John M. Jeffries (promoted); John T. Harkins
•Co. "K" (Pickens County): James N. Craddock (resigned, 24 Oct 64); James Halbert
By John C. Rigdon
It was once a part of the garrison of Vicksburg and misplaced 10 killed and approximately 50 wounded there, with the rest captured on the quit. The forty second was once in parole camp at Demopolis, then it joined the military of Tennessee. It fought with serious losses at Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge.
In the spring of 1864, the forty second fought at Resaca with a lack of fifty nine killed and wounded. It was once then consistently skirmishing until eventually the conflict of recent wish, the place its loss was once relatively mild because it was once at Atlanta the twenty second of July. at the twenty eighth of July, the loss used to be heavy. a couple of days later, the regiment was once despatched to Spanish castle the place it remained on garrison responsibility in the course of the fall and till January 1865. It then moved into North Carolina, participated within the conflict of Bentonville, and surrendered with the military.
Records point out that the Forty-Second Alabama Infantry were indifferent from the most physique of the military of Tennessee in early April 1865. The unit used to be on responsibility guarding the Yadkin River Bridge while it obtained the scoop of the give up.
Companies Of The AL forty second Infantry Regiment
Co.A......from Monroe County
Co. B......from Pickens County
Co. C..Johnson's Avengers from Wilcox
Co. D.....from Pickens County
Co. E.....McCulloch Avengers from Conecuh County
Co. F....From Fayette County
Co. G...From Talladega County
Co. H...From Monroe County
Co. I...Hinson Guards from cellular County
Co. K...Bull Mountain Invincibles From Marion County
By Devereaux Cannon Jr.,Debra Tullier
The Spanish Castile and Leon, French tricolor, British Union Jack, pre-Civil battle American flags, and flags of the accomplice States of America.
By Anne S. Lipscomb,Kathleen Hutchison
By Barbara Kinney Black
Research questions incorporated for which the writer invitations suggestions. complete colour, 316 pages.
Includes descendants of relations traces: James P. and Martha A. Dungan Kinney; James V. and Mary L. Haven Fox; Leroy C. and Mary A. Fulk Culbreath; David Smith and Susan Stevenson Carnahan; William H. and Anna Rachel Fox Kinney; William Allen and Anna Rachel Fox Kinney Anderson; Thomas S. and Martha Emma Carnahan Culbreath; John D. and Margaret Harman Haven; Howard and Martha Davidson Haven; Joseph and Matilda Patton Davidson; John G. and Martha Davidson; William A. and Sarah J. Cravens Fox; James and Lucinda Eskridge Fox; Colonel George Eskridge; Andrew J. and Jane Caplinger Fulk and similar households.
By Pol Potier De Courcy
Edité, remanié et réédité tout au lengthy de l. a. deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle (jusqu’en 1895) ce Nobiliaire et Armorial est un des monuments de l’héraldique et de l. a. généalogie de los angeles Bretagne ancienne. Cette nouvelle édition, entièrement recomposée se composera de quatre tomes (les trois tomes du Nobiliaire « stricto sensu » habituellement réédités, augmentés d’un quatrième reprenant los angeles seconde partie du tome III de l’édition de 1890, — souvent tronquée ou oubliée —, qui se rapporte notamment aux nombreuses listes de titulaires de fees personnelles dans l. a. Bretagne d’Ancien Régime.