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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: The Opening Battles. Volume 1., The opposing forces at Shiloh. (search)
alion, Major Franklin H. Clack; 5th Company Washington (La.) Artillery, Capt. W. I. Hodgson. Brigade loss: k, 69; w, 313; m, 52 =434. Third Brigade, Col. Preston Pond, Jr.: 16th La., Maj. Daniel Gober; 18th La., Col. Alfred Mouton (w), Lieut.-Col. A. Roman; Crescent (La.) Regt., Col. Marshall J. Smith; Orleans Guard Battalion, Major Leon Querouze (w); 38th Tenn., Col. R. F. Looney; Ala. Battery, Capt. Wm. H. Ketchum. Brigade loss: k, 89; w, 336; m, 169= 594. Cavalry: Ala. Battalion, Capt. T. F. Jenkins. Cavalry loss, k, 2; w, 6; m, 1 = 9. Second division, Brig.-Gen. Jones M. Withers. First Brigade, Brig.-Gen. A. H. Gladden (m w), Col. Daniel W. Adams (w), Col. Z. C. Deas (w): 21st Ala., Lieut.-Col. S. W. Cayce, Maj. F. Stewart; 22d Ala., Col. Z. C. Deas, Lieut.-Col. John C. Marrast; 25th Ala., Col. J. Q. Loomis (w), Maj. George D. Johnston; 26th Ala., Col. J. G. Coltart (w), Lieut.-Col. William D. Chadick; 1st La., Col. Daniel W. Adams, Maj. F. H. Farrar, Jr.; Ala. Battery, Cap
. W. Irving Hodgson, Fifth Company Washington (Louisiana) Artillery. No. 180.-Col. Preston Pond, jr., Sixteenth Louisiana Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. No. 181.-Maj. Daniel Gober, Sixteenth Louisiana Infantry. No. 182.-Col. Alfred Mouton, Eighteenth Louisiana Infantry. No. 183.-Col. Marshall J. Smith, Crescent (Louisiana) Infantry. No. 184.-Col. R. F. Looney, Thirty-eighth Tennessee Infantry. No. 185.-Capt. William H. Ketchum, Alabama Battery. No. 186.-Maj. (?) T. F. Jenkins, First Alabama Cavalry Battalion. No. 187.-Capt. J. J. Cox, Prattville Dragoons. No. 188.-Capt. A. Tomlinson, Mathews Rangers. No. 189.-Capt. J. Robins, cavalry. No. 190.-Brig. Gen. Jones M. Withers, C. S. Army, commanding Second Division. No. 191.-Col. Daniel W. Adams, First Louisiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade. No. 192.-Col. Z. C. Deas, Twenty-second Alabama Infantry, commanding First Bri. gade. No. 193.-Col. J. Q. Loomis, Twenty-fifth Alabama Infantry, com
Alabama infantry. The Sixty-first regiment was organized at Pollard in September, 1863, and formed part of Clanton's brigade until the following January, when it was sent to Virginia and took the place of the Twenty-sixth in Battle's brigade. It was in Mobile in December, and in January, 1864, was sent to Orange Court House. It was under fire at the Wilderness with severe loss, and distinguished itself by the capture of a battery, and by a most desperate and successful attack upon General Jenkins and his New York zouaves. After fighting at Spottsylvania and Second Cold Harbor, it moved into Maryland with General Early. It lost heavily at Snicker's Gap, Winchester and Fisher's Hill; was in the trenches at Petersburg and engaged during the retreat to Appomattox, where it surrendered, 27 strong, under Capt. A. B. Fannin. It was commanded successively by Col. W. G. Swanson, lieut.-Col. L. H. Hill, Maj. W. E. Pinckard and Capt. Augustus B. Fannin, Jr. Lieutenant-Colonel Hill, Majo
all of 1862, by the addition of several companies to Maj. T. F. Jenkins' battalion, which had already rendered gallant service at Shiloh. Major Jenkins and Captain Cox commanded mounted companies in the Seventh Alabama prior to April, 1862. The re, who succeeded in command, was wounded at Waynesboro. Major Jenkins and Capt. L. E. Locke were captured near Florence, and is near Rome. Extracts from official war Records. Jenkins' battalion, Alabama cavalry, called First Alabama battalioMentioned by Capt. William Ketchum. (529) Report of Maj. T. F. Jenkins, Shiloh. Number of men engaged on the 6th, 52; on td. (530) Report of Capt. J. J. Cox of Prattville dragoons, Jenkins' battalion. Fifty-third Alabama infantry, mounted, Parters Mobile, December 20, 1862. Vol. XXIII, Part 1—(119) Jenkins' squadron, 2 killed and 12 wounded, engagement at Thompsonar-guard to Polk's corps. (529) Mentioned in report of Captain Jenkins. Vol. X, Part 2—(306) Unattached, General Polk's
Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.1, Alabama (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Battles of the Western army in which Albama troops were engaged. (search)
nboats; 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, 18th, 19th, 21st, 22d, 25th, 26th-50th, 31st, 4th Batt. Inf.; Brewer's, Forrest's, Clanton's, Jenkins', Cav.; 1st, 3d, 53d Cav.; Ketchum's, Gage's, Lumsden's Battrs. New Madrid or Island No.10, Tenn., March 16 to April 8. Gen. McCown, 15 regts.; loss 17 k, 13 w, 2000 m.—Federal, Gen. Pope and Corn. Foote, 33 regiments, 17 boats; loss 17 k, 34 w, 3 m. Alabama troops, 1st, 54th Inf. Huntsville, Ala., April 11. Total loss 260.—Federal, Gen. O. M. Mitchell, 8,000, Farmington, Miss, May 9, 10. Gen. Ruggles.—Federal, loss 16 k, 148 w, 14 m. Alabama troops, 19th, 21st, 22d,
Grand review at Pensacola. --A correspondent writing from Pensacola, says in relation to the recent grand review: At ten o'clock the troops were on the ground, and drawn up in line of battle, and presented an imposing spectacle, the line extending from one and a half to two miles.--At this time Gen. Bragg and his aids made their appearance on the ground, escorted by the Alabama Mounted Rifles, Capt. T. F. Jenkins, to which was assigned the post of honor, some 400 yards opposite to and facing the line. The troops presented a fine appearance.--The pageant was witnessed by many citizens, including numerous ladies from Pensacola and other places, who were evidently highly entertained. Prominent along the line were the Washington Artillery, from Augusta, Ga., and the Continentals, from Mobile, also, the Montgomery cavalry companies of Captain Cox and Clanton. The infantry did exceedingly well as a body, but the best discipline was observed in some companies of the Georgi
Company G. Hospital, (Mrs. Gordon and friends, on Church Hill,) from July to Sept. 25.--Beds, 120; entries, 690; deaths, 32. Springfield Hall, on Church Hill, June 5 to Sept. 23.--Beds, 45; entries, 266; actual patients, 39; deaths, 7. Has I superintendent, 2 female nurses per day, I male per night, I matron, I cook, I washerwoman, and 4 boys in its service. Clay Street Chapel, Aug. 24 to Sept. 30.--Beds, 78; entries, 187; actual patients, 70; deaths, 7. Soldiers' Home, (Mrs. Jenkins,) June 28 to Sept. 30.--Beds, 40; entries, 147; actual patients, 25; deaths, 7; returned to duty, 96; sent away convalescent, 9; discharged from army, 10. Roberson, on Main and Third streets, from July 30 to Sept. 30.--Beds, 35; entries, 120; actual patients, 35; deaths, 4; returned to duty, 66; discharged from army, 2. Sycamore, from Aug. 21 to Sept. 20.--Beds, 40; entries, 67; actual patients, 34; deaths, 2; discharged from army, 2. Bethel, on Clay and Eighth streets, fro