By John C. Rigdon
A remnant of the ninth surrendered at Appomattox, 6 officials and 70 males, the brigade having been within the command of basic W. H. Forney of Calhoun for a few months. Of 1138 males on its rolls, approximately 2 hundred fell in conflict, over a hundred seventy five died of ailment, and 208 have been discharged or transferred.
COMPANIES OF THE AL ninth INFANTRY REGIMENT
Co. "A", Beauregard Rifles (Mobile): F. H. Ripley (resigned, 12 April 62); W. C. Murphy (wounded, Williamsburg, and captured; KIA, Salem Church); Arthur H. Hays
Co. "B", Railroad Guards (Jackson and Marshall): Jeremiah Henry Johnston Williams (promoted); E. Blake Moore (resigned, 2 may possibly 63); Elias Jacobs (wounded, Gettysburg; KIA, 30 Aug 64); Patrick Seward (captured)
Co. "C", Pope Walker Guards (Lawrence): James M. Warren (resigned); M. G. might (wounded, Sharpsburg); W. T. sofa
Co. "D", Lauderdale Rifles (Lauderdale): J. Butler Houston (resigned, 29 Aug 61); William C. Reeder (promoted to significant, twenty sixth AL Regt); James M. Crow (wounded, Gaines' Mill; promoted); William James Cannon
Co. "E", Decatur Sons of Liberty (Morgan): Joseph Horace King (promoted); James Mat. Todd (retired, 28 June 64); James H. Sharp
Co. "F" (Limestone): Thomas H. Hobbs (KIA, Gaines' Mill); John C. Featherston (wounded, Gettysburg; dropped from rolls, Jan or Feb sixty five)
Co. "G" (Butler): Edward younger Hill (KIA, Gaines' Mill); Thomas H. turbines (resigned, three Sept 63); Mathew Patton
Co. "H", Limestone Grays (Limestone): David Houston (resigned, 24 Sept 61); Gaynes C. Smith (captured, Gettysburg; promoted); Rufus C. Jones
Co. "I", Calhoun Guards (Lauderdale): Edward Asbury O'Neal (promoted); Dougle W. Gillis (KIA, Williamsburg); Samuel Spencer Ives (transferred to thirty fifth AL Regt, may possibly 62); John N. Chisholm (captured, Gettysburg; died as POW); Benjamin F. Taylor (wounded, Sharpsburg; captured, Petersburg)
Co. "K" (Marshall): James Lawrence Sheffield (promoted to colonel, forty eighth AL Regt); John Rayburn (KIA, Sharpsburg); T. J. Eubanks; A. W. Ledbetter (wounded, Salem Church, Petersburg); Samuel Henry (promoted to lt. colonel, three July 61)
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Historical Sketch & Roster of the Alabama 9th Infantry Regiment (Confederate Regimental History Series Book 38) by John C. Rigdon