of Stoneman's column.
When Hood moved into Tennessee, the Fourth was employed for some time in thavalry, and Maj. N. W. Cox, Second battalion Tennessee cavalry, with their commands, were sent out mbia in December, 1862, and was sent into middle Tennessee, where it began a brilliant career by skint were detached and consolidated with other Tennessee companies, and the Alabama companies merged , April, 1864.
（482) General Dodge, in west Tennessee, April 24th, says, Wisdom's is Forrest's oldy General Forrest, Tupelo, Miss., June 26th, Tennessee companies consolidated with others, etc.
Hundley and Major Bennett.
It operated in east Tennessee and was consolidated with the First Alabamnited with Colonel Boyles' regiment and some Tennessee regiments, May 15th.
Fifty-sixth Alabama 100 strong.
Col. W. B. Wade was wounded in Tennessee. Lieut.-Col. J. S. Prather was wounded, and 862, ordered to operate in north Alabama and Tennessee, and report to nearest Confederate commander