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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) 11 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 2 Browse Search
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ity for a more responsible position. (973) Roll of honor, battle of Murfreesboro: Capts. W. D. Smith (killed), Company A; W. P. Fowler, F; John B. Hazard, I; W. J. O'Brien, B. Lieuts. J. A. Hall, Company K; A. B. Nelson, D; R. T. B. Parham, H; A. Young, A. Sergt. Maj. William Mink. Sergt. J. M. J. Tally, Company K; John Ives, A; Samuel S. Wiley, D. Privates Martin Duggan, Company B; Melbourn Deloach, C; Joseph Hall, E; Samuel M. Roberts (killed), F; A. W. Scott, G; James R. Green, H; N. Lankfoerely wounded, was conspicuous for courage and energy. (783, 784) Captain Starke H. Oliver's report of Twenty-fourth Alabama, same day, says: Col. N. N. Davis had been appointed division officer of the day. Loss was 2 killed, 14 wounded. Lieut. Andrew Young, of Company A, was wounded while leading to the charge. Lieutenant Barbour, of Company F, was wounded while leading his men and fell into the hands of the enemy. (787) Mentioned in report of Captain Horne for July 22d and 28th. No. 93—<
egion, and afterward became part of the Phillips legion, Hampton's cavalry, in which organization they did some hard fighting. Their captains were Andrew P. Love, McKenzie and Roberts. Captain Love was captured at Dinwiddie. Extracts from official war Records. No. 82—(763) July 11, 1864, assigned, by special orders, No. 161, to the Jeff Davis legion of cavalry. (823) Field returns, July, 1864. No. 88—(656) Transferred to Phillips' legion, September, 1864. (1219) August 10, 1864; Young's brigade, Butler's division, Hampton's cavalry corps. (1310) September, 1864, with Phillips' legion, assignment as above. The Twenty-Fourth battalion, Alabama Cavalry. The Twenty-fourth battalion of cavalry was organized late in the war; it was detached from Roddey's brigade when the latter was transferred to Polk's army in April, 1864, and remained with the army of Tennessee, serving with General Wheeler's cavalry. It was in Hannon's brigade until January, 1865, when it was
1863, two men wounded. (423) Mentioned as Reese's battery by Col. Thomas Carter, commanding battalion, October 26th. (821) In General Long's division, army of Northern Virginia, October 31st. Nos. 49, 60, 67, 88, 89—Army of Northern Virginia; Young's brigade, December 31, 1863; Long's brigade, May, 1864; Page's battalion, February 28, 1865.. No. 90—(567) With Gen. J. A. Early, Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864. No. 96—(1284) Present total, 87, Fort Clifton, March 6, 1865. Hardaway's baCommended by Gen. S. G. French, Kenesaw Mountain, June 27th. (904) Captain Ward mortally wounded, near Atlanta, July 27th; Gen. S. G. French says: Captain Ward was a fine soldier, and his loss was severely felt. (910, 911, 968) Mentioned in General Young's and Major Storrs' reports of July 27th. No. 75—(668) Ordered to report to General Polk, May 5, 1864. (686) Ordered to Rome, Ga., May 9th. (771) Near Kenesaw mountain, June 12th. No. 76 -(989) Mentioned in Stewart's corps,
-colonel of the First Alabama cavalry. A few months later he raised the Fifty-third Alabama (a mounted regiment). At the head of this regiment, he served for some time in the Tennessee valley in Roddey's brigade of Forrest's cavalry command, being intimately connected with all the movements of the army of Tennessee. When Forrest went to Mississippi, in the latter part of 1863, Hannon remained with the army of Tennessee, and was placed in command of a brigade consisting of his own regiment, Young's Georgia regiment, Roswell's Georgia battalion, and the Alabama battalion of Major Snodgrass. This brigade was assigned to Kelly's division of Gen. Joseph Wheeler's cavalry corps. It was a magnificent body of horsemen (or mounted infantry, for they could fight either on horseback or on foot). During the Atlanta campaign and Sherman's march through Georgia and the Carolinas, the exploits of Wheeler's cavalry were something wonderful. Although the main army, even when successful in battle
The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties of the 23d meet. (search)
Company G, Capt J A Sharp, commanding, Killed; Privates F F Prater and A W Sirk. Wounded: Lieut N F Richard, severely; Serg't J H Senson, slightly, Corp'l J B Knox, severely; privates J M Wheeler, severely; Geo W Cagle, severely; Robert S Edwards severely; Henry Edwards, slightly; John A Barrett, slightly; W T Heard, slightly. Aggregate, 9. Company H, Reece B Neal, commanding, Killed: Private John Grigiby Wounded; Privates James Mizer, since died; Wm Fulter, severely; John Condry, severely; J H Green, severely; Wm Patterson, slightly; and John Patterson, slightly, Private W B Green, missing. Aggregate, 8. Company I, Capt M L Pritchett, comd'g.--Private Alfred Camp. Killed. Wounded: Jas Ferrell. Aggregate 2. Company K, Capt Andrew Young, comd'g. Killed: Private S R Moore. Wounded: Capt A Young, severely; Corp'l G W Lewis, slightly; privates John N Stills, slightly; R P Dantel, slightly; W P Bryan, severely. Aggregate; 8. Henry F Kenson, Lieut and Acting Adj't.
Lieut. L P. Brougleton, Co. G; Acting Adj't Lieut J. L. Simpson, commanding Co. F; and Capt. W O. Haggerty, Commissary. Col. O'Ne 1,26h Ala, reports his regiment behaving well in the battles of 31st of May and 1st of June, and mentions, as deserving special notice for noble daring, Lieut. Miles S. Taylor, Capt. L. Priest, commanding, and Private Corran. Lieut-Col. Barclay, 3d Ga., reports all officers acting bravely and creditably.--Among them entitled to special notices were Capt. A. Young, Co. K; Capt. Ballenger, Co. C; Lieut W. H. Smith, Co. G; Lieut. R. B. Neal, Co. H; Lieut Steal, Co. D; and Capt. Burton, Co. A, for their undaunted heroism Also, Lieut. J. P. Woodruff, Co. F, and his Adjutant, C. E. S des, who were killed in the action of the 31st. The Lieut. Col. also reports as entitled to special notice the following men, viz: Serg't Joseph Alexander, for coolness and courage in directing the men how and where to fire, and Private Wm. Brewster, for precision in