Pinckney D. Bowles, captain:

Was raised in Conecuh County, and mustered into the service April 26, 1861. It contained during its existence an aggregate membership, officers and men, Of 156. 

Of these there were:

Killed in battle 31
Wounded 39
Died of disease 7
Discharged 24
Captured 10
Deserted 11


Captain Bowles was promoted major, August 27, 1862 and thereafter to lieutenant-colonel, and then to colonel; served gallantly through the war, and after it was Probate Judge of his county.  He was succeeded in Captaincy of the company by William Lee, who was killed at Gettysburg, and was succeeded by Archibald McInnis, who was honorably retired on account of wounds received.  James W. Darby then became captain and served through to the surrender.

[Colonel P. D. Bowles, just before the surrender, was promoted to brigadier-general, but it is unknown if he ever received his commission.]


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