List of killed and wounded of the Twelfth Alabama regiment, Third brigade, commanded by Brigadier Gen-Eral R. E. Rodes, at battle of Seven Pines.Field and Staff—Killed—Colonel R. T. Jones, Sergeant Major Robinson. Company A—Killed—Sergeant C. Romanser, Corporals David Pajou, D. Holahan, Privates James (or Pat) Ward, George Sanford, J. McDermott, C. Sannier, J. Barribas—total 7. Wounded—Corporal J. Hiter, Privates M. Gaynor, slightly; William Dickens, James Ryan, Samuel Loggee, John Monday, L. Dondero, Pat Lanaham, A. Knorr, Robert Seville, George Krebbs, all seriously; N. Rainey, Joseph Gambonie, both mortally—total 13. Company B—Killed—Privates R. A. Mitchell, W. K. Blake, ——Epperson, J. D. Findlayson,——Harman, C. Lipsey, J. Massengale, J. C. Thomas, W. B. Whitfield, J. T. Bice—total 10. Wounded—J. Corby,——Irwin, J. J. Smith, W. H. Veazey, all slightly; A. J. Gauron, A. Hollinshead, T. M. Kennedy, F. G. Little, F. J. Morgan, A. S. Martin, W. S. Phillips, A. G. Smith, H. C. Thomas, J. V. Wilkinson, all severely-total 14. Company C—Killed—Privates J. D. Font, Thomas Pedue, F. Hullien, H. C. Reelen, B. Johnson—total 5. Wounded—Sergeant Schermer, Corporal Husier, Privates Werneth R. Chapman, ——–Siegel,——Zundler,——O'Brien, D. Rainey, M. Rainey, Y. Thompson,——Stickney—total 11. Company D—Killed—Privates R. M. Dyap, W. M. 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, Lowry, McNeal, Pritchett, E. L. Roads, Shudds, Strand, all slightly; J. M. Matheny, mortally—total 16. Company E—Corporal Cunningham, Privates Bardis, Joseph  Coffee, W. H. Crow, James Moore, B. F. Murrill, A. G. Roberts—total 7. Wounded—Sergeant Murphy, Corporal Edwards, Privates M. J. Austin, J. M. Burrette, W. C. Brandon, John Carmor, L. A. Dabbs, William Farmer, C. Hunter, J. Little, A. B. Rooks, James Singleton, B. O. Word, all slightly; Edmund Drake, F. P. Patterson, C. C. Proster, severely-total 20. Company F—Killed—Captain R. H. Keeling, J. U. Ingram. Wounded—Privates R. F. Hall, J. R. Flewellen, B. F. Ingram, W. B. Ward, G. P. Ware, A. Wilkerson, F. S. Zachry, W. P. Zachry, slightly; M. A. Flournoy, mortally—total 9. Company G—Killed—Lieutenant A. Hammond, Privates G. W. Kirkland, R. C. Bevil, H. I. Clifton, G. B. Packuss, J. S. Renfroe —total 6. Wounded—Lieutenant J. M. Hardcastle, Privates M. Hawk, R. K. Crawley, E. S. Patten, all dangerously; Corporal Messler, J. M. Miller, M. Messler, William Steward, J. Derrick, J. Sisk, J. Stephens, I. Perkins, slightly; T. W. Keys, T. J. Rogers, J. J. Atchley, severely—total 16. Company H—Killed—Captain J. H. Darwin, Lieutenant E. Ryan, Corporal Hefly, Privates S. E. Blankenship, M. F. Dement, Thomas Dunn, W. R. Harris, J. J. McAnear, E. A. Mabry, S. D. Priddy, Jordan Wake, A. Smith. Total, 12. Wounded—Corporal Hamilton, severely; Privates E. J. Brown, mortally; J. C. Fowler, J. C. McCain, W. Renner, seriously; J. H. Burk, C. Higdon, J. L. Jenkins, A. J. Rufles; A. Roper, C. B. Cyan, slightly. Total, 11. Company I—Killed—Privates W. Wooten, E. Carey, J. Tash. Total, 3. Wounded—Lieutenant J. J. Nicholson, Corporals T. M. Shelton, G. A. Nelson, slightly; Privates James Burns,—Feltach, R. Overstreet, L. O. Thomas, W. Thomas, F. Trice, H. N. Waters, slightly; William Williams, A. Wooten, both badly. Total, 12. Company K—Killed—Private J. M. C. Payne. Wounded—Lieutenant Townsend, Lieutenant Fitzgerald, Sergeants Jones, Taylor, Ethridge, all mortally; Corporal Scott, Privates Abercrombie, W. S. Ford, N. H. Goslin, C. H. Herring,  H. H. Rowell, W. Stallmarks, slightly; S. M. Adams, D. T. Jenkins, J. A. Powell, all mortally. Total, 14.
H. A. Whiting, A. A. A. General, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division.