By John C. Rigdon
It fought through the battle with the military of Tennessee. within the Carolinas, the twenty fifth used to be in Sherman's entrance, with a few casualties at Columbia and Kinston, and with huge loss at Bentonville. Consolidated with the nineteenth, twenty second, thirty ninth, and 26-50th, the regiment was once almost immediately after surrendered at Goldsboro, having approximately seventy five males of the outdated twenty fifth current for responsibility.
Companies Of The AL twenty fifth Infantry Regiment
Co. "A", previously Co. "A", 1st Bn., Andalusia Beauregards (Covington): Micajah Harper (KIA, Shiloh); Charles Corige (resigned, 22 July 63); Bushrod W. Bell
Co. "B", previously Co. "B", 1st Bn. (Pike): John B. Curtis (resigned, 15 Jan 62); Napoleon B. Rouse; D. N. Moxley
Co. "C", previously Co. "C", 1st Bn. (Shelby): Wiley H. Pope (resigned, three Dec 63); William H. Gardner; S. N. McGraw
Co. "D", previously Co. "D", 1st Bn. (St. Clair): Allen W. Nickson (resigned, three Sept 64); H. Lewis Morris (wounded, Murfreesboro, New desire, Franklin; captured, Murfreesboro); Thomas Mangham (dismissed, 27 Aug sixty two)
Co. "E", previously Co. "E", 1st Bn. (Pickens): Daniel M. Richards (wounded, Missionary Ridge, and captured)
Co. "F", previously Co. "A", McClellan's sixth Bn. (Randolph): William A. Handley (wounded, Murfreesboro; resigned, 12 June 63); Francis Marion Handley (wounded, Franklin)
Co. "G", previously Co. "B", McClellan's sixth Bn. (Talladega): Joseph D. McCann (resigned, 14 April 62); Archibald A. Patterson (KIA, Murfreesboro); Silas P. Bradford
Co. "H", previously Co. "D", McClellan's sixth Bn. (Talladega and St. Clair): Edwin C. Turner (resigned, 22 Aug 62); Robert B. Baker (resigned, 1862); William Spence, jr. (wounded, Chickamauga)
Co. "I", previously Co. "C", McClellan's sixth Bn., Mountain Guards (Calhoun): Mathew Alexander (resigned, 1 July 62); Wilson B. Howell (wounded, Atlanta, Bentonville)
Co. "K", Rabby's self sufficient Co. (Coffee and Pike): D. Pierre Costello (wounded, Shiloh; KIA, Murfreesboro); Daniel C. Monroe (wounded, Chickamauga)
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