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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) 71 13 Browse Search
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ia. Its first colonel was the renowned Robert E. Rodes, who was promoted to brigadier-general, O, 1862. (971-976) Mentioned in report of Gen. R. E. Rodes of battle of Seven Pines or Fair Oaks, se of Gen. D. H. Hill. (630-633) Report of Gen. R. E. Rodes, battle of Gaines' Mill: I was compelled lvania. (545-553) Mentioned in report of Gen. R. E. Rodes. (563) Colonel Lightfoot and Maj. J. F. the army of Northern Virginia and attached to Rodes' brigade of immortal memory, and served under already seen service in the Fifth Alabama, Colonel Rodes, and they were glad to be associated with ttery in their front. He also quotes from General Rodes' report. (630-633) General Rodes' report ool. Edward A. O'Neal's report of operations of Rodes' brigade from April 29th to May 6th. (954,955ounded. No. 48—(399, 818) Battle's brigade, Rodes' division, Second army corps, Lee's army, Septeciation of his gallantry and worth. . . . General Rodes' whole division acted at Chancellorsville [15
, and finally surrendered at Gainesville. Col. Charles P. Ball was frequently in command of a cavalry brigade, and the regiment was led at times by Lieut.-Col. Lemuel D. Hatch and Maj. W. T. Poe. The regiment lost many gallant officers. Maj. R. H. Redwood and Capt. C. E. England were killed at Lafayette; Capt. G. S. Perrin was killed at Pine Barren creek; Capt. W. H. Lawrence was killed at Rome. At the battle of Lafayette, Ga., First Lieut. S. S. Johnson was killed, Captains Harrison and Rodes were captured, and Captain Harrison, Lieutenant McLemore, Sergeant White and Private Green were reported as conspicuous for gallantry. Extracts from official war Records. No. 59—(734, 735) Hatch's cavalry battalion, 150 strong, were ordered by General Polk, from Tuscaloosa, March 25, 1864, on a scouting expedition to the northern part of Alabama. No. 73—(906) Mentioned in General Rousseau's report of fight at Ten Islands, August 14, 1864. No. 74—(997) Gen. Gid. J. Pillow i
n General Lee's army, May, 1863, as Hurt's battery. (879, 882) Mentioned by Maj. R. A. Hardaway, near Hamilton's Crossing, May 3d to 5th. (939) Mentioned by Gen. R. E. Rodes. No. 40—(619, 626, 637, 656) Assignments in army of Northern Virginia. (729) In McIntosh's battalion, April 16, 1863. No. 44—(290, 345) At Gettysburg,, Capt. W. H. Fowler, was organized in Tuscaloosa in January, 1862, and was composed of men who had served in Virginia as a company in the regiment recruited by R. E. Rodes. It was the first organization to re-enlist for the war, and after serving at Mobile one year, joined the army at Tullahoma as part of Walthall's brigade. It ember 14th. (884) In Cheatham's division, December 31st. No. 59—(687) Organized May 1, 1861. (693-695) Lost 7 men at Chickamauga. Raised in Alabama, by Capt. R. E. Rodes, as infantry, served since April, 1862. Present, March, 1864, 116. (731) Effective, 95, April 1, 1864, army of Tennessee. No. 74—(643
ly in June his regiment was transferred to General Rodes' brigade, in which the colonels ranked as f the battles of Boonsboro and Sharpsburg, General Rodes wrote: The men and officers behaved well, admirable conduct during the whole fight. General Rodes recommended the promotion of Gordon and Bat Colonel Battle be assigned to the command of Rodes' brigade. He was able to take part in the Getdistinguished in the fighting of July 1st. General Rodes reported: The whole brigade, with the exceeneral on the field and assigned to command of Rodes' brigade. On the third day at Gettysburg he a May 12th, at Spottsylvania, the bloody angle, Rodes' division, including Battle's brigade, was thrd the day in the enemy's first attack. Major-General Rodes, falling at this battle, Ramseur succeegland, in August of that year. Major-General Robert Emmet Rodes was born at Lynchburg, Va., on thama regiment, which, under the command of Col. R. E. Rodes, was sent to Virginia. Though not active[3 more...]