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rt to General Adams at Selma, relieved at Mobile. (1045-1047) March 10th, Clanton's brigade, Mobile. No. 104—(364) Mentioned as at Montgomery, April 15, 1865. First Reserve Battalion, Lieut.-Col. W. M. Stone (became Fourth Reserves): No. 78—(814, 887) September, 1864, Thomas' brigade, district of Mobile. No. 93— (1233) Called Fourth Alabama reserves, in Col. T. H. Taylor's command at Mobile, November 20, 1864. No. 94—(634) Same assignment as above, December 1, 1864. No. 103—(968) February 10, 1865, Fourth Reserves relieved at Mobile and ordered to report to General Adams at Montgomery. No. 104—(364) Mentioned as at Montgomery, April 15, 1865. Third Reserve Battalion, Capt. F. S. Strickland: No. 78—(814) September 3, 1864, in Liddell's brigade, district of the Gulf, at Mobile. No. 79—(875) November 1st, in Baker's brigade, Liddell's division, Maury's army. No. 93—(1233) November 20th, detached from district of the Gulf with Fourth battalion, under
ned by Colonel Rowett, Bailey's Springs, April 18, 1864. (735) Mentioned, March 26th, as being near Moulton. No. 77—(231) One killed, 5 wounded, at battle of Tishomingo Creek, June 10, 1864. (345) Reconnoissance near Tupelo, July 14th. No. 79—(817) Mentioned by General Forrest, October 12, 1864. No. 93—(1233) In Roddey's brigade, district of North Alabama, November 20th No. 94—(634) In Roddey's brigade, North Alabama, December 1st. No. 99—(1150) Mentioned by Maj. John G. Devereux, February 10, 1865, as having belonged to Hannon's original command. No. 104—(830) Paroled at Iuka, May 18, 1865. Stuart's battalion, Alabama cavalry. Stuart's battalion, commanded by Maj. James H. Stuart, served in north Alabama from the summer of 1864 until the close of the war, and was frequently engaged in scouting and skirmishing. Extracts from official war Records. No. 77—(362) Mentioned in report of Col. William T. C. Grower, expedition from Decatur to Court
artillery, near Kinston, December 31st. No. 60—(1200) Effective total, 56, February, 1864, department of North Carolina. No. 69—(892) Johnston's division, Beauregard's army, June 10, 1864. No. 81—(648, 693) Mentioned in Beauregard's orders, June, 1863. No. 88—(1226) Under Capt. Edgar G. Lee, at Plymouth, N. C., September 1, 1864. No. 89—(1322) Called Lee's, in Moseley's battalion. No. 96—(1187) At Fort Branch, Bragg's army, January 31, 1865. No. 99— (1069, 1155) General Hoke's troops, February 10, 1865. Lumsden's battery. Lumsden's battery, Capt. C. L. Lumsden, was organized at Tuscaloosa, and reported at Mobile, November, 1861. After the battle of Shiloh, it relieved Gage's battery at Tupelo. It was in the battle of Corinth, in the Kentucky, Tennessee and North Georgia campaigns, and lost heavily in the battles of Farmington, Perryville, Murfreesboro and Kenesaw Mountain. From Dalton to Atlanta it lost 5 men, and at Nashville lost 28 men. As it was during