Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain John Rogers” in chapter 1.29, section c.1.29.85 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33.:
...er of Company E, but of the 12th Alabama.
Captain C. M. Thomason. He succeeded Captain Meroney, but resigned his commission and joined the Seventh Alabama cavalry.
He was a teacher of note.
Captain John Rogers was promoted captain of the company, and on May 12, 1864, while leading a charge at Spotsylvania Courthouse, was mortally wounded, and on the 19th of the month died.
He was a gallant young man.
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