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864, as above. No. 59—(722) Law's brigade, Buckner's division, department East Tennessee, March in command. (1068) Assignment as above. General Buckner in command of department of the Gulf, forumming's brigade, department of the Gulf, General Buckner commanding, April, 1863; Col. J. T. Holtzrigade, Western division, army of Mobile, General Buckner, April, 1863. Vol. XXIII, Part 2—(94316) In Clayton's brigade, Stewart's division, Buckner's corps, Bragg's army, September 19-20, 1863.Western division, department of the Gulf, General Buckner commanding. Vol. XVII, Part 2—(310) Fe selection. No. 54—(452) Gracie's brigade, Buckner's division, Longstreet's corps, November 30, nding brigade. No. 59—(722) Law's brigade, Buckner's division, department of East Tennessee, Marvember, 1864. No. 50—(231) In Bate's brigade, Buckner's corps, Chickamauga campaign. Consolidated cLennan. No. 55—(659) In Gracie's brigade, Buckner's division; detached November 22d, for operat
ista. (803) Gen. J. C. Pemberton says: Just arrived at Jackson, Miss., April 29th. (835) Gen. S. B. Buckner, May 5th, says: I sent the Second Alabama cavalry to General Pemberton to aid in covering , Gen. W. G. M. Davis' forces, on outpost and special duty, April 25th. (946) Scott's brigade, Buckner's army, July 31st, brigade on duty in Kentucky. No. 51—(20) Scott's brigade, Pegram's divisi Extracts from official war Records. Captain Amos' Company. Vol. Xv—(1068) Canty's brigade, Buckner's corps, April, 1863, at or near Pollard. No. 42—(39) June 8, 1863, in eastern division of dep. Barlow. Vol. Xv—(850) In army of Mobile, October 31, 1862. (1069) In Powell's brigade, General Buckner's corps, April, 1863, Perdido river. No. 42—(39, 131, 157) Powell's brigade, Mobile, to Aug. John W. Murrell. Vol. Xv— (850) Army of Mobile, October 31, 1862. (1069) Cumming's brigade, Buckner's corps, department of the Gulf, April, 1863, near Mobile. No. 42—
ecember 27th. Vol. XXIII, Part 2—(644, 711, 792) In Palmer's brigade, Big Creek gap and Clinton, February to April, 1863. (946) In Frazer's brigade, July 31st, Bell's bridge. (948) Ordered to report at Knoxville, August 3d. No. 51—(17) In Buckner's corps, Chickamauga, September, 1863. (449, 450) Mentioned in Major Williams' report, Chickamauga, 2 killed, 1 wounded. No. 55—(660) In Buckner's division, November 20, 1863. (707, 708) General Wright, in report of Missionary Ridge, says: Buckner's division, November 20, 1863. (707, 708) General Wright, in report of Missionary Ridge, says: Captain Kolb's guns were served with. great coolness and signal gallantry, for which he is entitled to my thanks and the commendations of the country. (716) Report of Capt. R. F. Kolb. No. 56—(620, 828, 888) Kolb's battery, present 102, December, 1863, in artillery reserve. No. 57—(478) Mentioned in report of A. P. Stewart, February 24, 1864, army of Tennessee. No. 58—(591, 617, 821) Mentioned in report of Gen. R. B. Johnson, January 26, 1864. No. 59—
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eo. H. Thomas; loss 65 k, 17 w, 18 m. 1862. Mill Springs, Ky., Jan. . Gen. Zollicoffer, 4,000; loss 125 k, 309 w, 95 m.—Federal, Gen. Geo. H. Thomas. 4,000; loss 39 k, 207 w, 15 m. Alabama troops, 16th Inf.; Ketchum's Batty. Roanoke Island, N. C., Feb. 8. Gen. Wise and Com. Lynch; loss 23 k, 58 w, 2527 m.—Federal, Gen. Burnside and Corn. Goldsborough, 7,500, 24 gunboats; loss 37 k, 214 w, 13 m. Alabama troops, Montgomery True Blues Art. Fort Donelson, Tenn., Feb. 14-16. Gen. Buckner, 17,000; loss 446 k, 1534 w, 13.829 m.—Federal, Gen. Grant and Com. Foote, 20,000, 6 gunboats; loss 500 k, 2108 W, 224 m. Alabama troops, Garvin's Battn.; 26th-50th, 27th Inf. Near Shiloh, Tenn., April 4. Col. Clanton; loss 7 m.—Federal, loss 1 k, 1 m. Alabama troops, 1st Cav. Shiloh, Tenn., April 6, 7. Gens. A. S. Johnson and Beauregard, 38,773; loss 1728 k, 8012 w, 959 m.—Federal, Gens. Grant and Buell, 70,863; loss 1754 k, 8408 w, 2885 m. Alabama troops, 16th, 17th, 1
at battle of Murfreesboro, where he was severely wounded. Soon returning to the field, at Chickamauga he commanded a brigade consisting of the Fifty-eighth North Carolina, Sixty-fifth Georgia, Fifth Kentucky, and Sixty-third Virginia, under General Buckner. During the struggle for the heights, said Gen. William Preston, Colonel Kelly had his horse shot under him, and displayed great courage and skill. The desperate nature of the fighting done by this brigade in that battle is shown by the fawn from his horse and temporarily disabled, he soon returned to command, and bravely led his men. After the evacuation of Corinth and the reorganization at Tupelo, he participated in Bragg's Kentucky campaign, in command of the Fourth brigade of Buckner's division, Hardee's corps, distinguished for valor at Perryville. Said General Hardee: Brigadier-General Wood was severely wounded by the fragment of a shell; his quartermaster, commissary, and adjutant-general were killed, and the three colon