No. 89—(1189, 1240, 1366) Assignment as above, December 31, 1864.
No. 95—(1272) Capt. Anthony B. Bartlett, assignment as above, the Appomattox campaign.
No. 96—(1173, 1182, 1271) Assignment as above, January and February, 1865; Maj. F. B. McClung commanding, January 31st.
No. 97—(124) Mentioned in General Humphrey's report of a fight near Watkins house, Petersburg, March 25, 1865.
MISCELLANEOUS BATTALIONS AND COMPANIES OF INFANTRY.
There were many small and independent commands organized, principally for the defense of Mobile. Captain Chisholm's company of State Guards, the Swanson Guards, and the Eufaula Minute Men, under Captain Hardy, served in Florida in the summer of 1863. Butts', Casey's, Harris' and Morrison's battalions, the Pelham Cadets, and Tuscaloosa Cadets, served at Mobile and in various parts of Alabama in 1864 and 1865.
Gracie's battalion, a detail from the Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh regiments, served in April and May, 1862, in the Peninsular campaign, in Johnston's army; Moreland's sharpshooters at Rome, Ga., in 1864.
EXTRACTS FROM OFFICIAL WAR RECORDS.
Butts' Battalion, Home Guards: No. 101—(681) Battalion 300 strong, at Mobile, January, 1865.
Casey’s Battalion, Home Guards: No. 101—(681) Battalion 300 strong, at Mobile, January 18, 1865.
Gracie's Battalion: Details from Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh regiments: Vol. XI, Part 3—(480) April 30, 1862, 276 strong, in Kershaw's brigade, Peninsular campaign. (532) May 21st, in Johnston's army, Kershaw's brigade.
Harris' Battalion of Infantry, Capt. R. A. Harris: No. 78—(814, 887) September, 1864, Thomas' brigade, Mobile.
Morrison's Battalion of Infantry: No. 78—(799, 800) Capt. J. D. Morrison sent from Meridian to General