Second Alabama
Infantry Regiment

Magnolia Regiment, Maury's (Harry) Regiment
A. Calhoun Guards
B. Lane Guards
C. Claiborne Guards
D. Clarke County Rangers/
Sluggsville Greys
E. Franklin Blues/ Tuscumbia
Blues
F. Southern Alabama Rangers
G. Jackson Avengers/ Wheeler's
Rifles
H. Pop Walker Rifles
I. Mobile Scotch Guards
K. Jackson Rifles

Rosters
(Surnames)

A-F

G-M

N-Z

The Second Alabama Infantry Regiment (the "Magnolia Regiment") was composed of companies raised in Calhoun, Clarke, Franklin, Jackson, Mobile, Monroe, and Pickens counties, which flocked to the seaboard at the first call of the State and which enlisted for one year. They organized at Fort Morgan in April, 1861, and remained in garrison there until March 1862, serving as infantry and manning the heavy artillery. Ordered to Tennessee, the term of service expired at Fort Pillow and the regiment was disbanded. Two or three companies joined other organizations almost intact, but most of the men distributed themselves among new regiments.

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