By John C. Rigdon
It surrendered at Meridian, MS, four may well 1865, with the army division. the military numbered 858 males in January 1861; it misplaced 20 okay and eighty w at Shiloh, and fifty six% of the 527 engaged at Chickamauga. It had 209 casualties in Chattanooga and was once decreased to 275 effectives in November 1864.
COMPANIES OF THE AL 18th INFANTRY REGIMENT
Co. "A", Bullock Guards (Coffee County): William Morel Moxley (promoted); B. W. Starke (wounded, Shiloh; resigned, 19 July 1862); Joseph H. Justice (KIA, Chickamauga); Noah O. Hutchinson
Co. "B", Covington Hunters (Covington County): James T. Brady (resigned, 24 Feb 1862); S. D. McLelen (resigned, 28 Aug 1862); Orville A. Stringer (from Co. "D"; KIA, Chickamauga); Thomas Hardwick
Co. "C", Cahaba Valley Rangers (Jefferson County): James M. Oliver (discharged, 1 July 1863); James M. McLaughlin
Co. "D", Coosa Farmers (Coosa County): man Smith (discharged, 25 Feb 1862); Charles M. Cox (resigned, 29 Dec 1862); J. Henry Hammond (KIA, Chickamauga); George M. Williams (wounded, Chickamauga; captured, Franklin)
Co. "E", accomplice Stars (Tuscaloosa County): Richard F. Inge (promoted); S. C. Wilkerson (captured, Missionary Ridge)
Co. "F" Tom Watts Rifles (Butler County): H. Clay Armstrong (resigned, 20 Sept 1862); Aug. C. Greene (wounded, Jonesboro)
Co. "G", Yancey Guards [or Yancey Rangers] (Jefferson County): James Haughey (resigned, 27 may well 1862) H. P. Walker
Co. "H" A. B. Moore's Invincibles (Pike County): W. L. Hammer (promoted to Surgeon); Sheppard Ruffin (promoted); Sherman ok. Fielder (KIA, Chickamauga); James B. Darby (wounded, New wish Church); T. J. Sims (Lt. commanding)
Co. "I", Curry Guards (Shelby County): Peter F. Hunley (wounded, Shiloh; promoted); John M. Mickle (KIA, Chickamauga); Martin
Co. "K", accomplice Blues (Talladega County): John J. Calhoun (resigned); H. Clay Stone (wounded, Chickamauga; resigned, 27 April 1864); Thomas M. Riser
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Historical Sketch & Roster of the Alabama 18th Infantry Regiment (Confederate Regimental History Series Book 48) by John C. Rigdon