1st Alabama Regiment Cavalry

The 1st Alabama Cavalry was raised from Alabama Unionists at Huntsville, Alabama and Memphis, Tennessee in October, 1862 after Federal troops occupied the area. It was attached to the XVI Corps in various divisions until November 1864, when it became part of the XV Corps. During this time, its duties mostly consisted of scouting, raiding, reconnaissance, flank guard, and providing screening to the infantry while on the march.

Semple’s Battery (Alabama Artillery)

Semple’s battery was organized in Montgomery, March, 1862. It was ordered first to Mobile and afterward to the army of Tennessee, and was brigaded under Lowrey, Deshler, Woods, and in Cleburne’s and Cheatham’s corps.

Eufaula Light Artillery

Eufaula Light Artillery
Eufaula Light Artillery was organized in February, 1862, at Eufaula, Alabama, and contained men from Barbour and adjoining counties. After fighting at Tazewell and Murfreesboro it was assigned to T.J. Stanford’s and J.W. Eldridge’s Battalion of Artillery, Army of Tennessee. The unit served with the army from Chickamauga to Atlanta, then moved with Hood to Tennessee. During January, 1865, it was sent to Mobile and attached to the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. This company reported 3 wounded and 2 missing at Murfreesboro and 6 killed at Chickamauga.

22nd Regiment Alabama Volunteer Infantry

Company D was organized at Dublin, Alabama, and elected officers 17 September 1861 at Montgomery, Alabama. Company D and her sister companies were formed from men who were recruited from Calhoun, Cherokee, Choctaw, Clarke, Mobile, Montgomery, Pike, Randolph, and Walker counties. The 22nd Alabama Infantry Regiment was then organized by Major Z. C. Deas and Major Robert B. Armistead in Montgomery, Alabama, on 6 October 1861

4th Alabama Infantry Regiment

4th Alabama Infantry Regiment Field and Staff

Colonels – Egbert J. Jones of Madison; killed at the first Manassas. Evander M. Law of Macon; promoted. Pinckney D. Bowles* of Conecuh.

Lieutenant Colonels – E.M. Law; promoted. Thomas J. Goldsby of Dallas; wounded at Cold Harbor; resigned. Owen K. McLemore of Chambers; killed at Boonsboro. P.D. Bowles; promoted. L. Houston Scruggs of Madison; wounded at Chicamauga.

Majors – Charles L. Scott of Wilcox; wounded at Manassas; resigned. P.D. Bowles; promoted. L.H. Scruggs; promoted. Thomas K. Coleman of Perry; killed at Chicamauga. W.M. Robbins of Perry; wounded at Wilderness.

Adjutant – Robert T. Coles of Madison; wounded at Gaines’ Mill.

Fourth Alabama Infantry Regiment

Fourth Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Dalton, Georgia, May 2, 1861, and proceeded at once to Virginia. Mustered into service for twelve months at Lynchburg, May 7, it proceeded to Harper’s Ferry. It soon after fell back to Winchester, where it became part of Gen. B. E. Bee’s Brigade – of which the 2nd and 11th Mississippi, 1st Tennessee, and 6th North Carolina were the other regiments.