Lewis E. Lindsay, captain:

Was raised at Larksville, Jackson County, and mustered into the service April 27, 1861. It contained during its existence an aggregate membership, officers and men, Of 129. 

Of these there were:

Killed in battle 21
Wounded 24
Died of disease 19
Discharged 32
Captured 5
Deserted 22


Captain Lindsay was killed in the first battle of Manassas and was succeeded by James H. Young, whose term was one year.  He was succeeded by William H. Robinson, who was elected captain of the reenlisted company, resigned August 4, 1862, was succeeded by James H. Sullivan, who was killed at Sharpsburg, Maryland, in September, 1862.  James H. Keith succeeded him and was killed at Fredericksburg in December, 1862.  John D. Ogilvie then became captain and died of disease February, 29, 1864, at Petersburg.  R. P. Jones was then made captain and served through to the surrender.

Eight Captains
-- Most Unusual.


The Regiment    The 4th Alabama