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Historical Sketch  free pdf The Alabama Twenty-second Infantry Regiment was organized at Montgomery in November 1861, and was encamped at Mobile during the winter. The regiment was ordered to west Tennessee, and brigaded under Gen. Gladden of Louisiana. The regiment was engaged at Shiloh with very heavy loss. The 22nd suffered again greatly at Chickamauga where it lost its battle flag in hand to hand fighting. At Atlanta, July 22nd and 28th the loss of the regiment was quite severe, and large at Jonesboro. It moved into Tennessee with Gen. Hood, and suffered severely at Franklin, and lightly at Nashville. Transferred beyond the Edisto, the Twenty-second moved into North Carolina, skirmishing with the advance of Thomas' army. The loss at Kinston and Bentonville was light, Colonel Toulmin leading the brigade. Consolidated with the Twenty-fifth, Thirty-ninth, and Twenty-sixth-Fiftieth, at Smithville, with H.T. Toulmin as colonel, N.B. Rouse of Butler as lieutenant colonel, and Robert Donald of Limestone as major, the regiment laid down its arms at Greenesboro, N.C., April 1865. Companies Of The Alabama 22nd Infantry Regiment Co. "A" (Walker): John Weedon (promoted to Major)- Isaac M. Whitney Co. "B," Frank Lyon Rifles (Clarke): James Deas Nott (KIA, Chickamauga)- Joseph R. Cowan (wounded, near Marietta) Co. "C," Brownrigg Warriors (Choctaw): Abner C. Gaines (KIA, Shiloh)- Thomas McCarroll Prince (wounded, Chickamauga- promoted to Major)- Joseph R. Cowan (wounded near Mobile) Co. "D" (Cherokee): Stephen R. Hood (resigned, 10 Jan 62)- Edward Herbert Armistead (promoted)- T. C. Hagood- Thomas M. Brindley (KIA, near Atlanta, July 64) Co. "E" (Calhoun): John R. Northcutt (resigned, 13 June 62)- Jacob G. Mordecai Co. "F" (Randolph): O. W. Shepherd (wounded, near Shiloh- resigned, 27 May 62)- James B. Martin- Hures Austill Co. "G" (Randolph): R. G. Roberts (dismissed, 25 June 63)- S. H. Pairs (deserted, 27 Oct 62)- Benjamin B. Little (KIA, Jonesboro)- William O. Baldwin (KIA, Franklin) Co. "H," Sam Cooper Rifles (Mobile): Wilton L. Young (promoted to Major, 10th Bn.)- Harry T. Toulmin (wounded, Shiloh- promoted to Major)- Simon Franklin Preston Co. "I" (Pike): Andrew P. Love (wounded, Shiloh- resigned, 1 July 62- transferred to Jeff Davis' Cavalry)- Willis C. Wood (wounded, Murfreesboro- resigned, 31 Oct 64)- Willis H. Henderson (wounded, Kinston) Co. "K" (Montgomery and Pike): Benjamin R. Hart (promoted to Major)- Hugh W. Henry.

About John C Rigdon

John Rigdon has authored a number of books on the Civil War and is the manager of the web site, Research OnLine, (www.researchonline.net) the premier site for researching Civil War ancestors in the Civil War. His titles include the Historical Sketch and Roster Volumes (1100 plus titles) and a dozen volumes in the "We Fought" series focusing on particular battles and commanders. Additionally John works in translation of materials for Haitian Creole and several languages of West Africa including French, Moore, Bambara, and Dioula (Jula). John resides in the foothills of the Appalachians outside Cartersville, GA. where he enjoys gardening and aquaponics. You may reach him at jrigdon@researchonline.net"

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Author : John C Rigdon
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 17 June 2015
ISBN : 1514391716
EAN : 9781514391716
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 214 pages
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Language : English
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