Alabama, Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men; From 1540 to 1872

Alabama Her History Resources War Record and Public Men From to This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated e

  • Title: Alabama, Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men; From 1540 to 1872
  • Author: Willis Brewer
  • ISBN: 9781230307954
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1872 edition Excerpt FIELD AND STAFF Colonel John W A Sanford of Montgomerv Lieutenant Colonels Daniel S Troy of Montgomery wounded atDrewry s wounded and capThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1872 edition Excerpt FIELD AND STAFF Colonel John W A Sanford of Montgomerv Lieutenant Colonels Daniel S Troy of Montgomery wounded atDrewry s wounded and captured at Hatcher s Run Major Hatch Cook of Georgia killed at White Oaks Road Adjutant James N Gilmer of Montgomery CAPTAINS, AND COUNTIES FROM WHICH THE COMPANIES CAME Coosa Thomas H Smith Montgomery David A Clark died of wounds received at Appomattox Montgomery Peter M McEachen Pdxe John McReless Pike George Boatwright resigned S A Williams wounded at White Oaks Road Chameers John W Smith wounded at White Oaks Road Lowndes W H Zeagler Butler Tarbutton wounded retired G A Tarbutton wounded at White Oaks Road State Of Georgia Robert B Lockhart Henry James W Stokes SIXTY FIRST ALABAMA infantry This regiment was organized at Pollard in September 1863 A number of the men had been in camps of instruction for some time under the conscript law of congress, while the officers were mostly veterans The regiment was first brigaded under Gen Clanton, but in January 1884 was ordered to Virginia Reaching Orange C H the regiment took the place of the Twenty sixth Alabama in Battle s brigade, Rodes division The Sixty first was first under fire at the Wilderness, where its loss was severe, but it captured a battery, killed Gen Jenkins, and almost annihilated his New York Zouave brigade At Spottsylvania the Sixty first lost heavily in casualties and prisoners during the several days fighting Its loss was not severe at the second Cold Harbor, and it soon after moved into the Valley with Early, and crossed into Maryland At Snicker s Gap and Winchester the loss of the Sixty first was severe, and even larger at Fisher s Hill.

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