No. 78—（854) Assignment as above, September 20, 1864.
No. 79—（897) Organization of Clayton's division, Lee's corps, army of Tennessee; aggregate of regiment, 765, November 7, 1864.
No. 93—（665) Assignment as above, December 10, 1864.
No. 103—（938) Holtzclaw's brigade left Meridian for Mobile, January 26, 1865.
（1046) In Holtzclaw's brigade, district of the Gulf, March 10, 1865; Capt. A. C. Greene in command of regiment.
No. 104—（226) Mentioned by A. M. Jackson (Union), March 22, 1865.
The Nineteenth Alabama infantry.
The Nineteenth Alabama infantry was organized at Huntsville
, August, 1861; served at Mobile
until February, 1862, when it joined the army at Corinth
; made a brilliant record at the battle of Shiloh
, where it lost 29 killed and wounded; was in the Kentucky
campaign and prominent at Murfreesboro
, December 31st to January 2d; was engaged in the fighting incident to the retreat of the army from Tullahoma
, June 27 to July 4, 1863; added increased luster to its reputation at Chickamauga
, September 19th and 20th, and was warmly engaged at Missionary Ridge
, November 23d to 25th.
The Nineteenth was in the Georgia
campaign from May until September, 1864, taking part with great credit in the numerous battles of that heated campaign, including the fighting around Dalton
, May 7th to May 9th; Resaca
, May 13th to 15th; Cassville
, May 19th to 22d; Kenesaw
, June 9th to 30th; Peachtree Creek
, July 20th; the great battle on the Decatur
road, July 22d; Ezra Chapel, July 28th; Jonesboro
, August 31st and September 1st, and Lovejoy's Station, September 2d to 6th.
The regiment went with General Hood
, and fought with gallantry at Franklin
, November 30th; at Nashville
, December 13th to 16th, and also at Bentonville, N. C.
, March 19 to 21, 1865.
Among the killed were: Capts. William R. McKenzie
, May 29th, at Corinth
; R. J. Healey
, at Murfreesboro