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[105] Mentioned in General Hoke's report of the battle of Fredericksburg, December 13th. (1072) Col. James Cantey commanding regiment. (1099) Transferred from Trimble's brigade, Ewell's division, Jackson's corps, to Law's brigade, Hood's division, Longstreet's corps, January 19, 1863.

No. 43—(625) Mentioned by Col. J. L. Chamberlain (Union), in his report of the battle of Gettysburg.

No. 44—(284) In Jackson's corps at battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863. (330, 339) Losses, 17 killed and 66 wounded, at the battle of Gettysburg. (362) Mentioned by General Longstreet. (392, 393) Colonel Oates' report: “Lieutenant-Colonel Feagin, a most excellent and gallant officer, received a severe wound, which caused him to lose his leg. Private A. Kennedy of Company B, and William Trimmer of Company G, were killed; and Private G. E. Spencer, Company D, severely wounded. Loss was 17 killed and 54 wounded and brought off of field, and 90 missing; 8 officers were killed. (418, 419) Mentioned in Gen. Henry L. Benning's report.”

No. 51—(18) In Law's brigade, Hood's division, army of Tennessee, General Bragg commanding, September 19-20, 1863. (303) Mentioned in Gen. T. C. Hindman's report, Chickamauga campaign. (332) Gen. Z. C. Deas' report: ‘Regiment behaved with great gallantry.’ (334) Mentioned in Col. S. K. McSpaddin's report.

No. 54—(223) Assignment as above, autumn of 1863. (225-228) General Law's report: ‘Col. W. C. Oates, the gallant and efficient commander of the Fifteenth Alabama, was wounded September 27, 1863, Lookout Valley.’ Also other mention of regiment. (229, 230) Mentioned in Col. J. L. Sheffield's report, 5 wounded. (452) Assignment as above, November 30th.

No. 55—(658) Same assignment, army of Tennessee, General Bragg commanding, November 20, 1863.

No. 56—(615, 890) Same assignment, to December 31, 1863.

No. 58—(641) Assignment as above, January 31, 1864.

No. 59—(722) In Law's brigade, Bucknerds division, under General Longstreet, March 31, 1864.

No. 67—(1022) In Law's brigade, Field's division, First army corps, army of Northern Virginia, early in May, 1864. (1060) Partial return of casualties, 21 killed and 63 wounded in operations, April 14 to May 6, 1864.

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