|January 2011 - Revisited and resaved all content
August 2008 - New page dedicated to the history of the Regimental Battle Flag(s).
January - August 2008 - More biography updates and artwork including scans of actual signatures of individuals found on records in the National Archive.
December 2007 - MAJOR updates in all individual biographies, burials and regimental information with data collected (backlogged) over nearly two years; PLUS photos added throughout site courtesy of the generosity of Buddy Bryan in funding a server upgrade to allow for expanded capabilities!
April 5, 2006 Updated biography of Nathan E. Bozeman (Co B) to include his 1905 obituary courtesy of frequent contributor Glenda Brack.
April 4, 2006 Updated the records of brothers Allen N. and William Sanders McCall
February 10, 2006 Adding and updating burial records all week for the regiment with information courtesy of Mark L. Buckley of the Fighting Joe Wheeler Camp SCV.
January 17, 2006 Updated and corrected the files of William M. Barnes with new information provided by descendant Gail Luker Allread.
January 10, 2006 Updated the files of John Harmon, S.L. Burney, Henry Davis and John F. Weaver with a copy of a letter written by Weaver to Harmon’s widow in 1891 mentioning these men. The document is courtesy of Michael M. Flynt.
(both Co K) with new information and family accounts provided by Allen’s descendant Mark Johnson.
December 30, 2005 Updated the records of brothers Cincinnatus C., Francis M., and Thomas J. Pennington, and also the individual records of Richard G. Ward and Green Roberts with more information from John P. Johnston.
December 30, 2005 Added a text link to the published account of the actions at Lookout Mountain, TN written by Brigadier General John C. Moore for CONFEDERATE VETERAN Magazine
December 29, 2005 Updated the records of Henry J. Mathews, William Willis Flowers, John W.W. Jackson, William H. Bolger and Nathan J. Ellis with new information from John P. Johnston.
December 29, 2005 updated the records of brothers Christopher Columbus Sessions and Willis Daniel Sessions and their nephew William East with information from Charles East and his son Christopher.
December 29, 2005 updated the records of brothers Augustus A., George F., Joseph A. and William N. Carlisle and their cousin Thomas J. Carlisle with new information from Jeff Carlisle.
December 26, 2005 Charles R. East sent more information. This time on the burial sites of Samuel Johnston, N.E. Smith, Wiley B. Shaver and Lewis Schuessler bringing the total to more than 230 identified burial locations listed on site.
December 21, 2005 Updated the files of Joseph A. Carlilse and Thomas J. Carlisle
December 18, 2005 Updated the records of S.G. Burke , W. Bivin Brooks, Joseph W. Phillips, Alfred C. Lamar, and James B. Ramage with burial information provided by Charles R. East along with photographs of headstones he took on his visit to the LaFayette City Cemetery, LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama.
November 7, 2005 Updated biographical information for Augustus N. V. Lewis
November 4, 2005 Added a page listing Sources and Contributors with thanks to everyone who has supplied records, photos or other information over the last 15 years!
November 3, 2005 Updated biographical information for James H Lett (Company I) with new information provided by descendant William B Lett. Additional updates made on November 7, 2005.
October 24, 2005 Updated biographical information for brothers-in-law Daniel F ClowerRobert Dickenson Nunn (Company D) with information courtesy of Gary Cowan, M.D., and added a burial location for Clower with additional information provided by Kerry Clower (both men are descendants of Daniel F. Clower).
October 6, 2005 Added photo of restored regimental flag at Auburn University to the home page -- photo courtesy of Mary Norman. Also, burial information added for Lemuel P. Smith and James Anthony Talbot (both of Company I) with information courtesy of Farris Womack.
September 2, 2005 Added burial information for Benjamin F Granberry (Company G) with new information provided by Danielle Neal (DANIELLE: PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH AN ALTERNATIVE RESPONSE MEANS AS MY EMAILS TO YOU KEEP BOUNCING BACK. I’M ABLE TO RECEIVE YOUR EMAIL, BUT CAN NOT REPLY, SO IF YOU’LL PROVIDE A PHYSICAL ADDRESS, I’LL MAIL YOU WHAT I HAVE.)
April 7, 2005 Added burial information and updated bios for brothers Robert Jefferson Culpepper (Co B&C) and William Washington Culpepper (Co B) with new information courtesy of Carole Burton.
February 1, 2005 Added burial information and updated the bio for David Leroy Helms
January 21-23, 2005 Visited Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge battlefields in and around Chattanooga TN. Photos of this trip will be added to the site.
January 4, 2005 Added 28 more burial locations to the site, bringing the total to 219!
with new information courtesy of Jeff Carlisle. (Company B) with information provided by descendant Brian Lewis. and (Co C) to bring the total burials included on the site to 220; new iInformation courtesy of David J. Helms.
October 7, 2004 Added photos taken at sites around Iuka and Corinth, Mississippi to the Narrative History section.
September 23, 2004 Updated bios for Robert R. Butler (Co E), Hansford A. PellumJohn M. Pellum (both Co A) to include marriage records for each found in Henry County AL records courtesy of Scott Dawsey. Updated bio and burial information for William Wright Bryan (Co K) with new information courtesy of Louis Bryant.
September 13, 2004 Updated bios for Thomas Jefferson Dawsey and James M. Dawsey. Updated bios and burial information for John Durell, James M. Sellers, Thos H. Lewis and Jones Lewis.
September 11, 2004 Visited Iuka and Corinth battlefields in northern Mississippi. Photos will be added to the site.
August 24, 2004 Added the burial locations of more than 190 members of the regiment. Click Burials.
August 12, 2004 Added articles from The Weekly Enterprise published by T.J. Carlisle
July 28, 2004 Added link to Ken Jones’ - Regimental Histories Index.
June-July 2004 Added individual records for all men in the regiment. Organization is alphabetical. See sections called "The Men." and in 1902. Click Weekly Enterprise to view them.
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