Field and Staff
Colonels -- James C. Malone of Limestone; wounded in Tennessee, and at Noonday Creek.
Lieut. Colonels -- Z. Thomason of DeKalb; captured at Shelbyville.
Majors - Eugene Falconett; transferred. Thomas H. Malone of Limestone; captured at Shelbyville.
Adjutants -- Wm. H. Binford of Madison; died in the service.
Jerome E. Russell of Limestone.
The men and officers of this regiment were from Limestone, DeKalb, Madison, Morgan, Lauderdale Cherokee, and Lawrence. The following were captains of companies: -- T. H. Malone, promoted; Wm. P. Westmoreland, transferred; Wm. H. Hammock; Robert W. Figg, wounded at Dover, retired; George Mason, wounded at Atlanta; Robert B. Davenport, resigned; James M. Stevenson, killed at Dover; Marcus J. Williams; W. L. Browm, resigned; S. S. Clayton, captured at Shelbyville; S. P. Dobbs, wounded at Shelbyville and in Georgia; Thomas J. McDonald, resigned; John H. Lester, wounded and captured at Dandridge; T. W. Harper; James M. Robinson, wounded and captured; Robert A. McClelland; Wm. E. Wayland, killed at Rome; A. D. Blansitt; James E. Nance, killed in South Carolina; John B. Floyd, wounded at Noonday Creek; Wm. E. Thompson, wounded in Tennessee and at Calhoun; John Green, absent without leave; John White, superceded.