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enant-colonels were John S. Garvin, William H. Hunt and William C. Reeder; the majors, R. D. Redden and David F. Bryan. Lieutenant-Colonel Garvin was wounded at Chancellorsville and Franklin. Capt. Sidney B. Smith was wounded seven times. Capt. Thos. Taylor and Lieut. R. K. Wood were killed at Chancellorsville; Lieuts. John Fowler and W. L. Branyon were killed at Gettysburg. Extracts from official war Records. Vol. Vii—(137) Alabama battalion, Major Garvin, a detachment of the Twenty-sllorsville, May 4, 1863. (939-950) In General Rodes' report he praises the regiment in high terms: In this charge the gallant Lieut.-Col. John S. Garvin fell desperately wounded, inside the works. Casualty returns, 12 killed, 77 wounded. Capt. Thomas Taylor and Lieut. R. K. Wood killed. (950-953) Col. Edward A. O'Neal's report of operations of Rodes' brigade from April 29th to May 6th. (954,955) Col. J. M. Hall's report of battle of Chancellorsville says: Justice demands that I should menti