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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
any D, Coffee Rangers—Coffee county. Captain John Canty Brown, promoted to major; resigned; died in Florida. Captain Exon Tucker; killed at Sharpsburg. Captain James T. Davis; killed at Gettysburg. This last brave officer, with his company. Cardwell, ——Grimes, R. W. T. Horn, A. D. Matheney, Thomas Roads, J. F. Winslow, G. F. Brogden—total 8. Wounded—Captain E. Tucker, Lieutenant J. T. Davis, Sergeant Horn, Corporals Horn and Bryant, Privates Cook, Cercy, G. W. Dyap, W. F. Dyap, Lofe of a single southerner, lost on that memorable battle field. Lieut. John Fletcher of my company, from Auburn, and Capt. Tucker of Co. D. commanding the 12th Alabama, were killed at Sharpsburg. Left the Antietam and marched through a mountainortsmouth, Va. Lieutenant Colonel S. B. Pickens was severely wounded also, and the regiment fell to the command of Captain Exon Tucker, of Company D, who was killed at Sharpsburg three days afterwards. Thoughts of that day's conflict bring to