Alabama 12th Infantry Regiment



HISTORICAL NOTES: Organized May-July, 1861
Surrendered Appomattox - April 9, 1865
Original recruits - 1196
Additional recruits - 321
Surrendered at Appomattox, approx. 50 of the original and 70 of the later recruits. Nearly 250 died of wounds, and 200 died of disease, 202 were discharged. The battle-flag of the regiment is now in Mobile (ca. 1902).

OFFICERS:
Jones, Col. Robert T.
Gayle, Col. Bristor. B.
Pickens, Col. Samuel B.
O'Hara, Lieut. Col. Theodora
Goodgame, Lieut. Col. J. C.
Tracy, Maj. E. D.
Brown, Maj. John C.
Proskauer, Maj. Adolph
Pickens, Adjutant S. B.
Gayle, Adjutant L.

ASSIGNMENTS: General R. S. Ewell
Battle's Brigade, Rodes Division, Early's Corps.

BATTLES:
Manassas - July 22, 1861
Williamsburg - May 4, 1862
Seven Pines - May 30, 1862
Seven Days Battle - June 1862
Cold Harbor
Gaines' Mills
Frazier's Farm
Malvern Hill
Boonsboro
Sharpsburg
Fredericksburg - December 13-14, 1862
Chancellorsville - May 2, 1863
Winchester
Gettysburg - July 1-3, 1863
Hagerstown
Orange Courthouse - August, 1863
Warrenton Springs - October 12, 1863
Bristow Station - October 14, 1863
Locust Grove - November 27, 1863
Mine Run - November 28, 1863
Wilderness - May 5, 1864
Boonsboro, MD - September 14, 1864
Winchester - September 19, 1864
Strasburg
Mine Run
Snicker's Gap
Martinsburg
Warrenton Court House
Spotsylvania Court House
Appomattox Court House - April 9, 1865

ROSTERS:
Company A - Mobile County - Guard Lafayette
Company B - Coosa County - Coosa Independents
Company C - Mobile County - Independent Rifles
Company D - Coffee County - Coffee Rangers
Company E - Dekalb County
Company F - Macon County
Company G - Jackson County - Paint Rock Sharpshooters
Company H - Morgan County
Company I  - Mobile County - Southern Foresters
Company K - Macon County - Tom Watts Rebels
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