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skirmishes on Forked Deer river, Tenn., July 13, 1863.

No. 38—(192) Roddey's regiment, 800 strong, with General Roddey at Tuscumbia, Ala., April, 1863. (614) In Roddey's brigade, Martin's division, Major-General Van Dorn's corps, February 2d.

No. 53–(501) In Roddey's brigade, Morgan's division, Wheeler's corps, army of Tennessee, August 15, 1863.

No. 54—(593, 594, 604) Mentioned in Federal reports.

No. 55—(664) In Roddey's brigade, detached, Wheeler's corps, Bragg's army, November 20, 1863.

No. 58—(237) W. A. Johnson's troops fight on Lamb's Ferry road, January, 1864. (339) Opposite Florence, February 6th. (590) In Roddey's brigade, Wharton's division, Wheeler's corps, army of Tennessee, Johnston commanding, January 20th.

No. 59—(389, 735) In north Alabama, April, 1864.

No. 74—(642) Roddey's brigade transferred to department Alabama, Mississippi and East Louisiana, April, 1864.

No. 77—(231) Nine wounded in battle of Tishomingo Creek, June 10, 1864. (544) General Forrest says: "Colonel Johnson and his brave troops on this occasion acted with conspicuous gallantry in marching up and assaulting the enemy's works." Report of Sulphur Springs Trestle, September 25th. (545, 547, 549) Colonel Johnson's troops mentioned in same report. "Colonel Johnson displayed every soldierly virtue. He was prompt in obeying orders. I regret to say that while gallantly leading his troops he was severely wounded."

No. 79—(278, 450) Between Fort Deposit and Guntersville, October, 1864.

No. 93—(641, 642) In north Alabama under Lieutenant-Colonel Windes, June 10, 1865. (1233) In Roddey's brigade, district of North Alabama, November 20, 1864.

No. 94—(634) Assignment as above; Maj.-Gen. D. H. Maury commanding department, December 1, 1864.

No. 103—(510, 1031) Ordered to Montevallo, March, 1865.

Williams' Battalion: No. 59—(429) In north Alabama, April 18, 1864. (735) Mentioned by R. W. Walker as near Moulton, March 26th. No. 77—(231) One killed, 5 wounded, at the battle of Tishomingo Creek, June 10, 1864. No. 99—(1150) Mentioned by Maj. John Devereux as having been originally in Hannon's command.