War of the Rebellion: Serial 056 Page 0866 KY.,SW.VA.,Tennessee,MISS.,N.ALA., AND N.GA. Chapter XLIII.

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2nd Alabama Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel J. P. West.

56th Alabama Cavalry, Colonel William Boyles.

12th Mississippi Cavalry, Colonel W. M. Inge.

2nd Mississippi (Barteau's Regiment) Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel George H. Morton.

Sanders' (Tennessee) Battalion, Captain Thomas C. Flournoy.

Owens' (Arkansas) Battery, Captain James A. Owens.

Organization of Jackson's Cavalry Division, Brig. Gen. William H. Jackson, C. S. Army, commanding, December 25, 1863; headquarters Clinton, Miss.

First Brigade.


1st Mississippi Cavalry, Colonel R. A. Pinson.

4th Mississippi Cavalry, Maj. J. L. Harris.

28th Mississippi Cavalry, Colonel Peter B. Starke.

Mississippi Cavalry, Colonel John G. Ballentine.

Escort Company, Captain Junius Y. Webb.

Columbus (Georgia) Light Artillery, Captain Edward Croft.

Second Brigade.

Colonel L. S. ROSS.

3rd Texas Cavalry, Colonel H. P. Mabry.

6th Texas Cavalry, Colonel Jack Wharton.

9th Texas Cavalry, Colonel Colonel D. W. Jones.

1st Texas Legion, Colonel E. R. Hawkins.

Escort Company, Lieutenant Rush L. Elkin.

Clark (Missouri) Battery (one section), Captain Houston King.

Adams' Brigade.

Brig. Gen. WIRT ADAMS.

11th Arkansas Infantry (Mounted), Colonel John Griffith.

14th Confederate Cavalry, Captain J. R. Quin.

9th Louisiana Cavalry Battalion, Captain E. A. Scott.

4th Mississippi Cavalry, Maj. Thomas R. Stockdale.

Wirth Adams' Regiment, Colonel Robert C. Wood, jr.

9th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion, Maj. James H. Akin.


General Jackson's Escort, Captain W. F. Taylor.

Provost Guard, Captain James Ruffin.

HEADQUARTERS, Russellville, Tennessee, December 25, 1863.

General S. COOPER,

Adjutant and Inspector General, Richmond, Va.:

GENERAL: Your telegram of the 23rd is just received. At the time that I applied for General Ransom to command General Hood's division I did not know that he had a command, and had no one in view to take his place in his present command. I found it impossible to use the division to great advantage, owing to the jealousy between two of the brigadiers (Jenkins and Law), and applied for General Ransom, knowing him to be an active officer and believing him well able for the command.