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Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.1, Alabama (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 33 9 Browse Search
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d voting. No. 44—(287) Third Alabama, Col. C. A. Battle, O'Neal's brigade, Rodes' division, armyt-Colonel Forsyth. (594, 595) Report of Col. C. A. Battle, who says: I received instructions to mo8—(1217) Assignment as above. No. 89—(1194) Battle's brigade, Lieutenant-Colonel Hobson in commanar Creek, Va., October 19, 1864. (1002, 1013) Battle's brigade, Rodes' division, army of the Valleyand of regiment, August 31st. No. 95—(1270) Battle's brigade, Grimes' (late Rodes') division, Secay, 1864. (1083) Mentioned in report of Gen. C. A. Battle, May 8, 1864. No. 68—(715) Mentioned ss, 7 killed, 58 wounded. No. 48—(399, 818) Battle's brigade, Rodes' division, Second army corps,6—Colonel Swanson's regiment will form part of Battle's brigade to relieve Colonel O'Neal's regiment9) Joint resolution of thanks from Congress to Battle's brigade, February 6, 1864. [See Extracts u 12, 1864. No. 67—(1083) Mentioned in Gen. C. A. Battle's communication relative to operations,
ccomplished gentleman, and a devout Christian. His useful and honorable career came to a close by his death at Louisville, Ky., October 2, 1891. Major-General Cullen Andrews Battle, the second son of Dr. Cullen Battle and Jane A. (Lamon) Battle, natives of North Carolina, was born in Powelton, Ga., June 1, 1829, and removed witrters at Mobile, and the Second, at Montgomery. The Tuskegee light infantry was assigned to the Second regiment, of which Tennent Lomax was elected colonel, Cullen A. Battle, lieutenant-colonel, and Samuel Marks, major. On January 8, 1861, by order of Gov. A. B. Moore, the First regiment was sent against Fort Morgan and the Mounhad served at Mobile and Pensacola, and its officers elected were Jones M. Withers, of Mobile, colonel; Tennent Lomax, of Montgomery, lieutenant-colonel, and Cullen A. Battle, of Tuskegee, major. The Second battalion, under Major Battle, was ordered to Virginia, and early in April reported to Lieut.-Col. E. Kirby Smith, commandi