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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) 2 2 Browse Search
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a deep personal, as well as official, obligation. (531) Report of Capt. A. Tomlinson, Shiloh, says: Entered the engagement with 57 men. Private McCurdy was shot in the right hand and Corp. W. D. King was wounded in the right arm. Report of Capt. J. Robins says: Total number of men engaged, 73. My men behaved well, and were willing and ready to obey any order that was given them. These companies belonged to Third cavalry. (855) In Farish's company (Third cavalry), in affair on Monterey roadson's store, March 1st. No. 99—(1071) Capt. W. J. Vason, Anderson's brigade, Allen's division, Wheeler's corps, Hardee's army, January 31, 1865. (1096) Mentioned in report of General Allen, February 4th. (1301) Mentioned in letter of Lieut.-Col. Jo Robins, March 1st. The Fifteenth Confederate cavalry. The Fifteenth regiment of Confederate cavalry was organized early in 1864, at Mobile, and was composed of Alabama and Florida companies which had done coast duty for two or three y