Egbert J. Jones, captain:

Was raised in Huntsville, Madison County, and mustered into the service April 26, 1861. It contained during its existence an aggregate membership, officers and men, Of 139. 

Of these there were:

Killed in battle 31
Wounded 33
Died of disease 5
Discharged 50
Captured 11
Deserted 12


Captain Jones was elected colonel at the organization of the regiment and killed in the first battle of Manassas.  He was succeeded in the captaincy by G. B. Mastin who was killed at Seven Pines, and was succeeded by W. W. Leftwich who was killed in the battle of  Gettysburg, and was succeeded by J. H. Brown, who served through the surrender.

[Deduct the number discharged, died of disease, killed, captured, and deserted, and four officers who resigned, and there were left in the company of officers and men only 25, one-half of whom were probably disabled.]


The Regiment    Company G    The 4th Alabama