Historical Sketch & Roster of the Alabama 25th Infantry Regiment (Confederate Regimental History Series) (Volume 49)

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The 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Mobile in December 1861 by the consolidation of McClellan's 1st and 6th Alabama Infantry. It remained in that vicinity 2-3 months, then went to Tennessee. Brigaded under General Adley Gladden, the regiment (numbering 305 effectives, because of illness) fought at Shiloh (casualties: 15 k, 75 w), then was placed under General Gardner, with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th Infantry Regiments. It fought throughout the war with the Army of Tennessee. In the Carolinas, the 25th was in Sherman's front, with some casualties at Columbia and Kinston, and with large loss at Bentonville. Consolidated with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th, the regiment was shortly after surrendered at Goldsboro, having about 75 men of the old 25th present for duty. Companies Of The AL 25th Infantry Regiment Co. "A", formerly Co. "A", 1st Bn., Andalusia Beauregards (Covington): Micajah Harper (KIA, Shiloh); Charles Corige (resigned, 22 July 63); Bushrod W. Bell Co. "B", formerly Co. "B", 1st Bn. (Pike): John B. Curtis (resigned, 15 Jan 62); Napoleon B. Rouse; D. N. Moxley Co. "C", formerly Co. "C", 1st Bn. (Shelby): Wiley H. Pope (resigned, 3 Dec 63); William H. Gardner; S. N. McGraw Co. "D", formerly Co. "D", 1st Bn. (St. Clair): Allen W. Nickson (resigned, 3 Sept 64); H. Lewis Morris (wounded, Murfreesboro, New Hope, Franklin; captured, Murfreesboro); Thomas Mangham (dismissed, 27 Aug 62) Co. "E", formerly Co. "E", 1st Bn. (Pickens): Daniel M. Richards (wounded, Missionary Ridge, and captured) Co. "F", formerly Co. "A", McClellan's 6th Bn. (Randolph): William A. Handley (wounded, Murfreesboro; resigned, 12 June 63); Francis Marion Handley (wounded, Franklin) Co. "G", formerly Co. "B", McClellan's 6th Bn. (Talladega): Joseph D. McCann (resigned, 14 April 62); Archibald A. Patterson (KIA, Murfreesboro); Silas P. Bradford Co. "H", formerly Co. "D", McClellan's 6th Bn. (Talladega and St. Clair): Edwin C. Turner (resigned, 22 Aug 62); Robert B. Baker (resigned, 1862); William Spence, jr. (wounded, Chickamauga) Co. "I", formerly Co. "C", McClellan's 6th Bn., Mountain Guards (Calhoun): Mathew Alexander (resigned, 1 July 62); Wilson B. Howell (wounded, Atlanta, Bentonville) Co. "K", Rabby's Independent Co. (Coffee and Pike): D. Pierre Costello (wounded, Shiloh; KIA, Murfreesboro); Daniel C. Monroe (wounded, Chickamauga)

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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, Mor, 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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Book Description Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Mobile in December 1861 by the consolidation of McClellan s 1st and 6th Alabama Infantry. It remained in that vicinity 2-3 months, then went to Tennessee. Brigaded under General Adley Gladden, the regiment (numbering 305 effectives, because of illness) fought at Shiloh (casualties: 15 k, 75 w), then was placed under General Gardner, with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th Infantry Regiments. It fought throughout the war with the Army of Tennessee. In the Carolinas, the 25th was in Sherman s front, with some casualties at Columbia and Kinston, and with large loss at Bentonville. Consolidated with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th, the regiment was shortly after surrendered at Goldsboro, having about 75 men of the old 25th present for duty. Companies Of The AL 25th Infantry Regiment Co. A, formerly Co. A, 1st Bn., Andalusia Beauregards (Covington): Micajah Harper (KIA, Shiloh); Charles Corige (resigned, 22 July 63); Bushrod W. Bell Co. B, formerly Co. B, 1st Bn. (Pike): John B. Curtis (resigned, 15 Jan 62); Napoleon B. Rouse; D. N. Moxley Co. C, formerly Co. C, 1st Bn. (Shelby): Wiley H. Pope (resigned, 3 Dec 63); William H. Gardner; S. N. McGraw Co. D, formerly Co. D, 1st Bn. (St. Clair): Allen W. Nickson (resigned, 3 Sept 64); H. Lewis Morris (wounded, Murfreesboro, New Hope, Franklin; captured, Murfreesboro); Thomas Mangham (dismissed, 27 Aug 62) Co. E, formerly Co. E, 1st Bn. (Pickens): Daniel M. Richards (wounded, Missionary Ridge, and captured) Co. F, formerly Co. A, McClellan s 6th Bn. (Randolph): William A. Handley (wounded, Murfreesboro; resigned, 12 June 63); Francis Marion Handley (wounded, Franklin) Co. G, formerly Co. B, McClellan s 6th Bn. (Talladega): Joseph D. McCann (resigned, 14 April 62); Archibald A. Patterson (KIA, Murfreesboro); Silas P. Bradford Co. H, formerly Co. D, McClellan s 6th Bn. (Talladega and St. Clair): Edwin C. Turner (resigned, 22 Aug 62); Robert B. Baker (resigned, 1862); William Spence, jr. (wounded, Chickamauga) Co. I, formerly Co. C, McClellan s 6th Bn., Mountain Guards (Calhoun): Mathew Alexander (resigned, 1 July 62); Wilson B. Howell (wounded, Atlanta, Bentonville) Co. K, Rabby s Independent Co. (Coffee and Pike): D. Pierre Costello (wounded, Shiloh; KIA, Murfreesboro); Daniel C. Monroe (wounded, Chickamauga). Bookseller Inventory # APC9781514675526

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Book Description Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Mobile in December 1861 by the consolidation of McClellan s 1st and 6th Alabama Infantry. It remained in that vicinity 2-3 months, then went to Tennessee. Brigaded under General Adley Gladden, the regiment (numbering 305 effectives, because of illness) fought at Shiloh (casualties: 15 k, 75 w), then was placed under General Gardner, with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th Infantry Regiments. It fought throughout the war with the Army of Tennessee. In the Carolinas, the 25th was in Sherman s front, with some casualties at Columbia and Kinston, and with large loss at Bentonville. Consolidated with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th, the regiment was shortly after surrendered at Goldsboro, having about 75 men of the old 25th present for duty. Companies Of The AL 25th Infantry Regiment Co. A, formerly Co. A, 1st Bn., Andalusia Beauregards (Covington): Micajah Harper (KIA, Shiloh); Charles Corige (resigned, 22 July 63); Bushrod W. Bell Co. B, formerly Co. B, 1st Bn. (Pike): John B. Curtis (resigned, 15 Jan 62); Napoleon B. Rouse; D. N. Moxley Co. C, formerly Co. C, 1st Bn. (Shelby): Wiley H. Pope (resigned, 3 Dec 63); William H. Gardner; S. N. McGraw Co. D, formerly Co. D, 1st Bn. (St. Clair): Allen W. Nickson (resigned, 3 Sept 64); H. Lewis Morris (wounded, Murfreesboro, New Hope, Franklin; captured, Murfreesboro); Thomas Mangham (dismissed, 27 Aug 62) Co. E, formerly Co. E, 1st Bn. (Pickens): Daniel M. Richards (wounded, Missionary Ridge, and captured) Co. F, formerly Co. A, McClellan s 6th Bn. (Randolph): William A. Handley (wounded, Murfreesboro; resigned, 12 June 63); Francis Marion Handley (wounded, Franklin) Co. G, formerly Co. B, McClellan s 6th Bn. (Talladega): Joseph D. McCann (resigned, 14 April 62); Archibald A. Patterson (KIA, Murfreesboro); Silas P. Bradford Co. H, formerly Co. D, McClellan s 6th Bn. (Talladega and St. Clair): Edwin C. Turner (resigned, 22 Aug 62); Robert B. Baker (resigned, 1862); William Spence, jr. (wounded, Chickamauga) Co. I, formerly Co. C, McClellan s 6th Bn., Mountain Guards (Calhoun): Mathew Alexander (resigned, 1 July 62); Wilson B. Howell (wounded, Atlanta, Bentonville) Co. K, Rabby s Independent Co. (Coffee and Pike): D. Pierre Costello (wounded, Shiloh; KIA, Murfreesboro); Daniel C. Monroe (wounded, Chickamauga). Bookseller Inventory # APC9781514675526

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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 236 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.The 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Mobile in December 1861 by the consolidation of McClellans 1st and 6th Alabama Infantry. It remained in that vicinity 2-3 months, then went to Tennessee. Brigaded under General Adley Gladden, the regiment (numbering 305 effectives, because of illness) fought at Shiloh (casualties: 15 k, 75 w), then was placed under General Gardner, with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th Infantry Regiments. It fought throughout the war with the Army of Tennessee. In the Carolinas, the 25th was in Shermans front, with some casualties at Columbia and Kinston, and with large loss at Bentonville. Consolidated with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th, the regiment was shortly after surrendered at Goldsboro, having about 75 men of the old 25th present for duty. Companies Of The AL 25th Infantry Regiment Co. A, formerly Co. A, 1st Bn. , Andalusia Beauregards (Covington): Micajah Harper (KIA, Shiloh); Charles Corige (resigned, 22 July 63); Bushrod W. Bell Co. B, formerly Co. B, 1st Bn. (Pike): John B. Curtis (resigned, 15 Jan 62); Napoleon B. Rouse; D. N. Moxley Co. C, formerly Co. C, 1st Bn. (Shelby): Wiley H. Pope (resigned, 3 Dec 63); William H. Gardner; S. N. McGraw Co. D, formerly Co. D, 1st Bn. (St. Clair): Allen W. Nickson (resigned, 3 Sept 64); H. Lewis Morris (wounded, Murfreesboro, New Hope, Franklin; captured, Murfreesboro); Thomas Mangham (dismissed, 27 Aug 62) Co. E, formerly Co. E, 1st Bn. (Pickens): Daniel M. Richards (wounded, Missionary Ridge, and captured) Co. F, formerly Co. A, McClellans 6th Bn. (Randolph): William A. Handley (wounded, Murfreesboro; resigned, 12 June 63); Francis Marion Handley (wounded, Franklin) Co. G, formerly Co. B, McClellans 6th Bn. (Talladega): Joseph D. McCann (resigned, 14 April 62); Archibald A. Patterson (KIA, Murfreesboro); Silas P. Bradford Co. H, formerly Co. D, McClellans 6th Bn. (Talladega and St. Clair): Edwin C. Turner (resigned, 22 Aug 62); Robert B. Baker (resigned, 1862); William Spence, jr. (wounded, Chickamauga) Co. I, formerly Co. C, McClellans 6th Bn. , Mountain Guards (Calhoun): Mathew Alexander (resigned, 1 July 62); Wilson B. Howell (wounded, Atlanta, Bentonville) Co. K, Rabbys Independent Co. (Coffee and Pike): D. Pierre Costello (wounded, Shiloh; KIA, Murfreesboro); Daniel C. Monroe (wounded, Chickamauga) This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781514675526

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