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10 Series I Volume XXXI-II Serial 55 - Knoxville and Lookout Mountain Part II

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Numbers 236.-Lieutenant R. T. Gibson, Howell's (Georgia) battery, Walker's division.

Numbers 237.-Major General Carter, L. Stevenson, C. S. Army, commanding division and Left Flank, Army of Tennessee.

Numbers 238.-Brigadier General John C. Brown, C. S. Army, commanding brigade and Stevenson's division.

Numbers 239.-Captain Max Van Den Corput, Cherokee (Georgia) Artillery.

Numbers 240.-Lieutenant Colonel William R. Butler, Eighteenth Tennessee Infantry, commanding Eighteenth and Twenty-sixth Tennessee Infantry.

Numbers 241.-Major John P. McGuire, Thirty-second Tennessee Infantry.

Numbers 242.-Colonel Anderson Searcy, Forty-fifth Tennessee Infantry, commanding Forty-fifth Tennessee Infantry and Newman's battalion.

Numbers 243.-Brigadier General Edmund W. Pettus, C. S. Army, commanding brigade.

Numbers 244.-Colonel Charles M. Shelley, Thirtieth Alabama Infantry.

Numbers 245.-Brigadier General Alfred Cumming, C. S. Army, commanding brigade.

Numbers 246.-Brigadier General William B. Bate, C. S. Army, commanding Breckinridge's division, Breckinridge's corps.

Numbers 247.-Return of Casualties in Stewart's division.

Numbers 248.-Major General Patrick R. Cleburne, C. S. Army, commanding division, etc., with thanks of the Confederate Congress.

Numbers 249.-Lieutenant Richard W. Goldthwaite, Semple's (Alabama) battery.

Numbers 250.-Brigadier General Lusius E. Polk, commanding brigade.

Numbers 251.-Captain M. H. Dixon, Third Confederate Infantry, commanding Third and Fifth Confederate Infantry.

Numbers 252.-Lieutenant Colonel William J. Hale, Second Tennessee Infantry.

Numbers 253.-Colonel Daniel C. Govan, Second Arkansas Infantry, commanding Liddell's brigade.

Numbers 254.-Lieutenant Colonel E. Warfield, Second Arkansas Infantry, commanding Second, Fifteenth and Twenty-fourth Arkansas Infantry.

Numbers 255.-Colonel John E. Murray, Fifth Arkansas Infantry, commanding Fifth and Thirteenth Arkansas Infantry.

Numbers 256.-Lieutenant Colonel Peter Snyder, Seventh Arkansas Infantry, commanding Sixth and Seventh Arkansas Infantry.

Numbers 257.-Lieutenant Colonel A. S. Hutchison, Nineteenth Arkansas Infantry, commanding Eighth and Nineteenth Arkansas Infantry.

Numbers 258.-Brigadier General Mark P. Lowrey, C. S. Army, commanding brigade.

Numbers 259.-Major Frederick A. Ashford, Sixteenth Alabama Infantry.

Numbers 260.-Colonel Samuel Adams, thirty-third Alabama Infantry, commanding Thirty-third Alabama Infantry and Gibson's battalion.

Numbers 261.-Lieutenant Colonel H. D. Lampley, Forty-fifth Alabama Infantry.

Numbers 262.-Colonel A. B. Hardcastle, Forty-fifth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Thirty-second and Forty-fifth Mississippi Infantry.

Numbers 263.-Captain T. M. Steger, Fifteenth Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters.

Numbers 264.-Colonel H. B. Granbury, Seventh Texas Infantry, commanding Smith's brigade.

Numbers 265.-Captain John R. Kennard, Tenth Texas Infantry, commanding Sixth and Tenth Texas Infantry and Fifteenth Texas (dismounted) Cavalry.

Numbers 266.-Captain C. E. Talley, Seventh Texas Infantry.

Numbers 267.-Major William A. Taylor, Twenty-fourth Texas (dismounted) Cavalry, commanding Seventeenth, Eighteenth, Twenty-fourth, and Twenty-fifth Texas (dismounted) Cavalry.

Numbers 268.-Brigadier General John H. Kelly, C. S. Army, commanding Fourth Cavalry Division.

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