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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
es: Jasper W. Sawyer, detailed teamster, Chas. R. Smith, Green Swearingin, detailed teamster. Company H. Corporal Jesse Herring. Privates: Andrew P. Calhoun, division Provost Guard, Lawson C. Meeks, Simon Mayor, Levi N. Oden, William Odom, Dock R. Priddy, John W. Rantz, detailed harness maker. Company I. Sergeant: Wesley Thomas, William Corbett. Musician Henry C. Sweetzer. Company K. Privates: Chester W. Abercrombie, Ernest Buhler, detailed shoemaker, Thomas Craddock, Robert Marion, Jas. E. Morrison, Albert W. Seay, Daniel S. Patterson. The Yorktown election and reorganization. April 28th, 1862, orders were received from the War Department, at Richmond, permitting and directing the re-organization of all the twelve-months companies which had enlisted for the war. This order created a great deal of excitement and intense interest among the soldiers, particularly the Twelfth Alabama, nearly every company in which had enlisted for only twelve months. Colonel