Co. B 1st Alabama Infantry "The Griffin Rifles", Jonas Griffin, Capt. resigned later became Co. C 54th Alabama Infantry, C. C. McCall, Capt.
Co. C 22nd Alabama Infantry "The Brownrigg Rifles/Brownrigg Warriors/Choctaw
Warriors" Abner Gaines, Capt. KIA/ Shiloh; Thomas McCarroll Prince, Jr. Capt.
Co. G 23rd Alabama Infantry "The Choctaw Rebels", J. G. Yates, Capt., resigned
Co. F 32nd Alabama Infantry Thomas S. Fry, Capt.; H.S. Smith's Company
Co. C 38th Alabama Volunteers "The Dixie Rifles", James L. Lenoir, Capt.
Co. D 40th Alabama Infantry "The Fielder Rifles", A. G. Campbell, Capt.
Co. E 40th Alabama Infantry "The Woodward Rifles", Edmund Marsh, Capt,
KIA near Resaca, GA.
Co. F 40th Alabama Infantry , Thomas Wilkes Coleman, Capt.
Co. C 54th Alabama Infantry, see Co. B 1st Alabama Infantry
Co. F 54th Alabama Infantry "The Andy Moore Guards", Joshua Morse, Capt.
Co. A 3rd Alabama Cavalry "The Ruffin Dragoons/Ruffin Rangers" Frank Young Gaines, Capt.
South Choctaw Volunteers, an Independent Company of Alabama Volunteers, F. M. Strudwick , Capt.
Home Guard Companies:
Warlock Guards, an Independent Company of Alabama Volunteers, Wiley Burgess, Capt.
Choctaw County Minute Men, Co. E 103rd Alabama Infantry
W. H. Felts?, Capt?; Frank Barber, Ord. Sgt.
Many Choctaw Countians fought in these companies and others raised in other counties and in Mississippi:
Co. C 8th Alabama Cavalry, "Ball-Hatch", James V. Tutt, Capt.
Co. K 15th Confederate Cavalry, also known as First Alabama and Florida
Cavalry, James White and John McKellar, Capt.
Co. I Independent Alabama Cavalry, a detached Cavalry Company, Thomas M. LeNoir, Capt.
Sources: CSA materials at Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery:
Muster Rolls, Regimental Histories, CSA Notebooks (typed information)
Brewer, Willis. Alabama, her history, resources, war record and public men
from 1540 to 1872. Tuscaloosa, Willo Pub. Co., 1964 (reprint)
Back to Military Records
Back to Choctaw County GenWeb Page