War of the Rebellion: Serial 058 Page 0584 KY., SW.VA., TENN., MISS., ALA., AND N.GA. Chapter XLIV.

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Featherston's Brigade.

1st Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters, Major James M. Stigler.

3rd Mississippi, Major S. M. Dyer.

22nd Mississippi, Lieutenant Colonel H. J. Reid.

31st Mississippi, Lieutenant Colonel M. D. L. Stephens.

33rd Mississippi, Colonel David W. Hurst.

Charpentier's (Alabama) battery, Captain Stephen Charpentier.

FRENCH'S DIVISION.

Major General SAMUEL G. FRENCH.

Ector's Brigade.

9th Texas, Lieutenant Colonel Miles A. Dillard.

10th Texas Cavalry,* Lieutenant Colonel C. R. Earp.

14th Texas Cavalry,* Colonel J. L. Camp.

32nd Texas Cavalry,* Colonel Julius A. Andrews.

Sharpshooters (Alabama), Major T. O. Stone.

Sharpshooters (Mississippi), Captain M. Pound.

Brookhaven (Mississippi) Artillery, Captain James A. Hoskins.

McNair's Brigade.

1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles,* Colonel Robert W. Harper.

2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles,* Colonel James A. Williamson.

4th Arkansas, Colonel Henry G. Bunn.

25th and 35th Arkansas, Colonel Charles James Turnbull.

39th North Carolina, Colonel David Coleman.

Culpeper's (South Carolina) battery, Captain James F. Culpeper.

FORNEY'S DIVISION.+

Major General JOHN H. FORNEY.

Mackall's Brigade.

Brigadier General WILLIAM W. MACKALL.

3rd Louisiana.

21st Louisiana.

7th Mississippi Battalion.

36th Mississippi.

37th Mississippi.

38th Mississippi.

43rd Mississippi.

2nd Texas.

Battery.

Ross' Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel W. E. ROSS.

39th Mississippi.

Miles' Louisiana Legion.

Battery.

Belzhoover's Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel DANIEL BELTZHOOVER.

1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery.

8th Louisiana Battalion Heavy Artillery.

22nd Louisiana.

14th Mississippi Artillery Battalion.

Smyth's Cavalry Battalion, Captain J. S. Smyth.

Trans-Mississippi Battalion.

Vaiden (Mississippi) Artillery, Captain Samuel C. Bains.

Unattached.

1st Mississippi Artillery, Colonel William T. Withers.

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*Dismounted.

+Paroled and exchanged prisoners at Enterprise, Miss.

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