Vol. X, Part 2—(461, 549) In Trapier's brigade, Bragg's army, April to May, 1862.
Vol. XVI, Part 1—(983) Battle at Munfordville, September 16, 1862.
Vol. XVI, Part 2—(764) Capt. David D. Waters, in Manigault's brigade, August, 1862.
Vol. XX, Part 2—(430-432) Present, 106, at or near Murfreesboro, November 29, 1862, under Lieut. C. W. Watkins, in Manigault's brigade.
Vol. XXIII, Part 2—(735) Capt. D. D. Waters, in Manigault's brigade, April to August, 1863. (843) Present, 104. May 19th.
No. 51—(15) Lieut. C. W. Watkins, in Hindman's division, September 19 and 20, 1863. (307) Mentioned, at Chickamauga. (342) Mentioned in report of A. M. Manigault. (349) Mentioned in report of Colonel Reid. (356) Mentioned in report of Lieut. Geo. E. Turner.
No. 55—(659) Lieut. W. P. Hamilton, in Hindman's division, November 20, 1863.
No. 56—(620) In Cheatham's corps, with Bragg's army, October 31, 1863. (790), Ordered to report at Atlanta, December 6th. (832) Reported at Atlanta, to Colonel Wright, December 15th.
No. 59—(703) Some of this battery and fragments of others consolidated in Cobb's, January, 1864.
Gage's battery was organized at Mobile in October, 1861, and remained under the command of Capt. Chas. P. Gage in the defenses of the city until the following spring. Sent north, it suffered severely at Shiloh, where its conduct was highly commended by Generals Withers and Chalmers. It then returned to Mobile, and was used in the defenses until the fall of the city. Lieuts. James Hill and James T. Hutchisson were promoted, and commanded the battery at different times.
EXTRACTS FROM OFFICIAL WAR RECORDS.
Vol. X, Part 1—(383) In General Chalmers' brigade, Shiloh. (532) General Withers in his report of Shiloh says: "With such batteries, however, as Robertson's,