By John C. Rigdon
The fifteenth Alabama was once put within the Alabama Brigade less than basic Evander McIver legislations (with the 4th, forty fourth, forty seventh and forty eighth Alabama regiments) on 19 January 1863.
It fought during the battle in Virginia other than whilst it was once transferred to the West with Braxton Bragg's military, fought at Chickamauga (19-20 September), the place it misplaced 19 killed and 123 wounded, out of 425 engaged. within the fierce fights at Brown's Ferry (27 October) and Lookout Valley, the regiment misplaced 15 killed and forty wounded. At Knoxville (17 November-4 December), 6 have been killed and 21 wounded.
The fifteenth surrendered one hundred seventy males at Appomattox. Of 1633 at the rolls, over 260 fell in conflict, 440 died within the provider, and 231 have been transferred or discharged.
COMPANIES OF THE AL fifteenth INFANTRY REGIMENT
Co. "A", Cantey Rifles (Russell County) -- Alexander A. Lowther (promoted); Locke Weems (mortally wounded, Gaines' Mill); Francis Key Shaaf
Co. "B", halfway Southern Guards (Barbour County) -- John Wilhite Lewis Daniel (promoted); Isaac Ball Feagin (promoted); Richard E. Wright (wounded, second Manassas; retired, eight Aug 1863); Noah B. Feagin
Co. "C" (Macon County) -- Peter V. Guerry (KIA, 1st chilly Harbor); James H. Ellison (KIA, Gettysburg); LeGrand
Co. "D", castle Browder Roughs (Barbour County) -- Worthington (died in service); Blanton Aabram Hill (KIA, Fussell's Mill)
Co. "E" (Dale County) -- Esau Brooks (resigned, eight Feb 1862); William A. Edwards (resigned, 28 Aug 1863); G. A. C. Mathews (wounded, close to Richmond; retired); Glover (KIA, Petersburg)
Co. "F", Brundridge Guards (Pike County) -- Benjamin Hutchinson Lewis (resigned, 7 Feb 1862); George Y. Malone (wounded, 1st chilly Harbor; retired, 18 March 63); DeKalb Williams
Co. "G" (Henry County) -- William Calvin Oates (promoted); Henry C. Brainard (KIA, Gettysburg); John C. Oates (mortally wounded, Gettysburg); D. B. Waddell
Co. "H", Glenville Guards (Barbour and Dale Counties) -- William N. Richardson (captured, East Tennessee)
Co. "I" (Pike County) -- Benjamin Gardner (resigned, 15 Dec 1861); Frank Park (KIA, Knoxville); W. H. Stricklan (wounded, Fussell's Mill)
Co. "K", Eufaula urban protect (Barbour County) -- Henry C. Hart (resigned, thirteen Sept 1862); William J. Bethune (wounded, Gettysburg); John E. Jones
Co. "L" (Pike County) -- Robert H. Hill (KIA, go Keys); Lee E. Bryan (wounded, 1st chilly Harbor; retired, 28 March 1863); James J. Hatcher
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By John C. Rigdon
In his ongoing try and hold a physique of troops less than Georgia command, Brown then geared up the Georgia nation Guards and the Georgia country Reserves, either commanded by means of significant Gen. Howell Cobb. The kingdom Guards have been short-lived have been disbanded through early 1864 because of strain from the CS executive and adjustments within the conscription legislations.
Shortly after disbanding the Guards, Gov. Brown and Gen. Cobb prepared the Reserve. even though technically those males have been on six month enlistments, many served in the course of The warfare. Many served as POW guards at Andersonville and Macon. either devices have been made out of males in a different way exempt from accomplice States conscription.
Companies Of The Ga 1st Infantry Regiment kingdom Guards
Men who made up this regiment have been from the next counties:
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By John C. Rigdon
Assigned to the dep. of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, the unit served at the coast till the summer time of 1863 whilst it was once ordered to Mississippi. After serving at Jackson it used to be hooked up to Wilson's, C.H. Stevens', H.R. Jackson's, and in 1865, Henderson's Brigade. The regiment used to be consolidated for a time with the first Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters and in December, 1863, the 25th/1st Battalion totaled 341 males and 151 hands. It fought with the military of Tennessee from Chickamauga to Atlanta, moved with Hood into Tennessee, and observed motion at Bentonville. The unit was once enormously diminished while it surrendered on April 26, 1865.
Companies Of The GA twenty fifth Infantry Regiment
This regiment was once raised within the counties of Bryan, Screven, Liberty, Telfair, Calhoun and Henry County Alabama.
Company A: Bryan County men-Bryan autonomous Riflemen. This corporation was once successively certain 1st corporation A, 2d corporation E, and third corporation B.
Company B: Screven County men-Black Creek Volunteers. This corporation was once successively unique as 1st corporation B, second corporation D, and third corporation G.
Company C: Milton County men-Warsaw Rifles. This corporation used to be mustered into carrier for a time period of six months and ceased to exist upon the expiration of its time period of enlistment on January 22, 1862. a few of the participants enlisted February 6, 1862, in "Emmett Rifles," which hence grew to become corporation F, 22d Battalion Georgia Heavy Artillery.
Company D: Screven County men-Ogeechee Rifles. This corporation was once successively detailed as 1st corporation D, second corporation B, and third corporation K.
Company E: 1st corporation E- Liberty County men-Lliberty Volunteers. This corporation was once successively exact as 1st corporation E, 2dn corporation G, and third corporation H.
Company E: third corporation E-Henry County Alabama men-Irwin Invincibles, as a consequence referred to as Henry gentle Infantry-This corporation was once prepared in Henry County, Alabama. It was once successively particular third corporation E, and 2d corporation okay of the twenty fifth Georgia Infantry. In December 1861, this corporation used to be ordered from Virginia to Georgia through the secretary of conflict. It arrived in Georgia on January 12, 1862, and went into camp close to Savannah, Georgia. It was once assigned to the twenty fifth regiment Georgia Infantry on could 2, 1862. A a number of the participants of businesses E, and okay, have been transferred to shape second corporation I, thirty eighth Regiment Georgia Infantry, which grew to become second corporation A, sixtieth Regiment Georgia Infantry on February 28/March 1, 1863, and corporate ok, 61st Regiment Alabama Infantry on April eleven, 1864.
Company F: Liberty County Men-Altamaha Scouts. This corporation was once successively specified 1st corporation F, and 2d corporation I.
Company G: Screven County men-Brown mild Infantry. This corporation was once successively distinctive 1st corporation G, second corporation C, and second corporation F.
Company H: Chatham County men-Telfair Irish Grays. whereas the files don't point out even if the lads have been exact, the names of a couple of males showing at the corporation seem additionally on quite a few businesses of the first Volunteer Regiment Georgia Infantry (Olmstead's). This corporation was once successively exact as 1st corporation H, and second corporation A.
Company I: Chatham County men-Bryan Guards. This corporation was once successively unique as 1st corporation I, and third corporation D.
Company ok: Macon County men-Wise Guards. This corporation grew to become corporation B, twenty second Battalion Georgia Heavy Artillery on November 26, 1862.
Company L: Calhoun County men-Calhoun Repeaters. This corporation was once successively detailed as 1st corporation L, 2d corporation H, and third corporation C. It initially belonged to "Wise's Legion."
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