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ust, 1862. Later on, he was promoted to colonel. He was chief of artillery in Hardee's, and afterward Cheatham's corps. He served in the battles of Belmont, Shiloh, Perryville, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, the battles of the Atlanta campaign and the subsequent campaign in north Alabama and middle Tennessee. After the war he settled in Mobile and engaged in journalism. Appropriate in this connection is the following joint resolution of the Confederate States Congress, approved February 15, 1864: Joint resolution of thanks to the soldiers from the State of Alabama who have re-enlisted for the war: Whereas, In addition to the various brigades and regiments of veteran troops from the State of Alabama, to whom Congress has heretofore given evidence of grateful appreciation by a vote of thanks for re-enlisting for the war, other brigades and regiments are nobly coming to the rescue of their imperiled country by such reenlistments, thus furnishing evidence that the citizen so
brigade, Anderson's division, Third corps, General Lee's army, Col. L. Pinckard commanding regiment. No. 49—(685, 900) Assignment as above, to December 31, 1863. No. 60–(1173) Re-enlisted for the war, as announced by Gen. R. E. Lee, February 15, 1864. No. 67—(1025) In Perrin's brigade, Anderson's division, May, 1864. No. 88—(1217) Assignment as above, August 31, 1864. No. 89—(1190, 1902, 1367)Assignment as above, October 31, 1864, Capt. John. A. Terrill in command. November 30 . . General Rodes' whole division acted at Chancellorsville with distinguished gallantry. (1149) Joint resolution of thanks from Congress to Battle's brigade, February 6, 1864. [See Extracts under Third regiment.] (1176) General Winder, February 15, 1864, orders Colonel O'Neal's regiment to furnish guards to convey prisoners to Camp Sumter, Ga. No. 66—(484, 487) General Cooper, May 14, 1864, orders Twenty-sixth Alabama, then at Andersonville, to be sent to Dalton. (496