By John C. Rigdon
After the Kentucky crusade, the thirty first used to be completely brigaded with the twentieth, twenty third, thirtieth, and forty sixth Alabama regiments, below basic Edward D. Tracy of Madison, division of Mississippi and East Louisiana. In December, the thirty first observed Stevenson's department to Vicksburg. there have been 260 effectives in January, 1863, with 21 ok and 37 w at Vicksburg.
Following parole at Vicksburg, the thirty first persisted during the rest of the struggle with the military of Tennessee. there have been 23 casualties at Chattanooga, and in December, 1863, there have been 452 current with 323 palms. in basic terms a hundred and eighty have been healthy for responsibility in January 1865, and no more than a hundred surrendered in April. towards the shut of the warfare, the thirty first used to be consolidated with the twenty third and forty sixth Infantry and redesignated the twenty third Consolidated Infantry Regiment at Smithfield, nine April 1865.
Companies Of The AL thirty first Infantry Regiment
Co. "A" (Cherokee County; a few of corporation paroled as of Co. "K", twenty third AL Infantry, Consolidated): Isaac P. Moragne (resigned, thirteen Aug 62); Henry W. Pickens (resigned, 30 March 63); W. L. Hughes (wounded, Jonesboro)
Co. "B" (Talladega County; also known as Co. "A"; corporation paroled as a part of Co. "K", twenty third AL Infantry, Consolidated): William S. Chapman (resigned, 26 Sept 62); Robert A. Hardie (resigned, 12 Dec 63); William H. Hancock (transferred); William J. Rhodes (wounded, Kinston, Bentonville)
Co. "C" (Cherokee County; also referred to as Co. "B"): Marshal J. Alexander (resigned, 28 Aug 62); Joseph J. Nix (wounded, Champion's Hill, Jonesboro; captured, Champion's Hill; resigned, 26 April sixty three and March sixty five)
Co. "D" (Calhoun County; obviously turned Co. "G", twenty third AL Infantry): E. T. Thompson; (dropped from rolls, 2 June 64); John Rose (paroled as Capt., Co. "G", twenty third AL Infantry)
Co. "E" (Talladega County; also referred to as Co. "D"): Archibald Carter (resigned, 27 Aug 62); G. W. Watts (resigned, 19 Nov 63); Frank M. Shouse
Co. "F" (Talladega County; also referred to as Co. "E"): Robert M. McKibbin
Co. "G" (Shelby County; often known as Co. "K"; mustered 22 March sixty two as Cobb's Co., Frazer's twenty third AL Infantry, and on four may well sixty two as Cobb's Co., Hundley's thirty first AL Infantry): James Cobb (resigned, 2 Sept 62); William H. Shelby (resigned, 21 Nov 63); Robert B. Pruitt
Co. "H" (Randolph County): Augustus A. West (resigned, 27 Aug 62); Andrew J. Reeves (resigned); James L. Williams (captured, Missionary Ridge)
Co. "I" (Montgomery County): John M. Shields (resigned, 10 Sept 62); Thomas M. Arrington (promoted); L. W. Vick
Co. "K" (Shelby County; a few of the corporation ultimately paroled as Co. "H", twenty third AL Infantry, Consolidated): Norman P. Reeves (appointed, surgeon); John W. Pitts (resigned, 10 Nov 62); Samuel W. Morgan (dropped from rolls, 17 June 64); J. T. McClanahan