By John C. Rigdon
The regiment was once engaged within the consistent combating from Dalton to Atlanta, being conspicuous at Rocky Face Ridge, and wasting seriously at Kennesaw. It participated at Jonesboro, pain significantly. It moved into Tennessee with common John Bell Hood, and misplaced seriously at Nashville. From that box, the twentieth handed into North Carolina and fought at Kinston and Bentonville. on the shut of the battle, the 20 th used to be consolidated with the thirtieth Infantry Regiment at Smithfield, nine April 1865. It used to be surrendered at Salisbury, approximately one hundred sixty five rank and dossier of the unique 1100 males with which the 20 th took the sector.
COMPANIES OF THE AL twentieth INFANTRY REGIMENT
Co. "A" (Perry County): Alfred S. Pickering (promoted); Leroy E. Davis
Co. "B" (Dallas and Bibb counties): James M. Dedman (wounded, Vicksburg; promoted); Thomas ok. Ferguson
Co. "C" (Jefferson County): Mitchell Thomas Porter (promoted); George W. Ayres (KIA, Jonesboro); Andrew J. Tarrant
Co. "D" (Bibb County): Bibb Rifles. Richard Hobson Pratt (captured, Port Gibson, and not exchanged); Lt. William F. Lowrey (transferred to Co. "H")
Co. "E" (Greene County): Robert E. Watkins (resigned, 2 Aug 62); John McKee Gould (detailed to common Pettus' staff); 1st Lt. James T. Smith
Co. "F" (Perry and Bibb counties): Lucius J. Lockett (resigned, 2 Aug sixty two) William H. Sheppard (resigned, 23 Dec 62); Chapman A. Spencer; Isaac W. Parish
Co. "G" (Shelby, Bibb, and Jefferson counties): John W. Davis (promoted); Rufus Monroe De Shazo (resigned, 29 April 1864); George S. Nave (wounded, Marietta; resigned, 18 Dec sixty four)
Co. "H" (Perry and Bibb counties): John P. Peterson (resigned, 18 Nov 61); Samuel W. Davidson
Co. "I" (Greene County): John G. Harris (promoted); Albert M. Avery (retired, 2 Nov 64); Noah H. Gewin
Co. "K" (Tuscaloosa County): Joseph C. Guild (resigned, 2 Aug 62); Benjamin D. Massingale
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Historical Sketch & Roster of the Alabama 20th Infantry Regiment (Confederate Regimental History Series Book 50) by John C. Rigdon