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th others, on the way to Jamestown, Tenn., and Monticello, Ky. (247) Ordered by Col. S. A. M. Wood back to Knoxville, November, 1861.
（387) Colonel Wood has been ordered from Tuscumbia to Russellville, Tenn., August 31st.
（409) Aggregate present, 8illed and wounded at Chickamauga, given below; Col. Edwin C. Bullock, one of the leading citizens of Alabama, died in November, 1861: Col. Eli S. Shorter, distinguished at Shiloh; Col. James T. Holtzclaw, who was wounded at Shiloh and afterward becamo him at Blakely, April 1, 1865.
The Twenty-Second Alabama infantry.
This regiment was organized at Montgomery, November, 1861, and armed by private enterprise.
It first served in Mobile; from there it was ordered to Corinth and reached Tennesnfantry.
The Fifty-eighth regiment was formed from the Ninth battalion.
This battalion was organized at New Bern, November, 1861, and proceeded to Corinth in the spring; was engaged at Shiloh, Farmington and in a number of skirmishes with slight