HISTORY OF THE 25TH ALABAMA
INFANTRY REGIMENT
1861 - 1865

A Narrative by
Captain Wilson P. Howell
Company I

The citizen, who, without reward or the hope thereof, moved only by impulse of patriotism and love of country, shouldered his musket, haversack, cartridge box and threw his blanket across his shoulder and bade farewell to home, mother, wife and children.  And took his place in the Private ranks and lived much on less than half rations, marching often all night long through cold, rain and wind and then lie down to sleep on the bare ground with many other hardships to say nothing of facing the cruel showers of lead hail he had often to meet.
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Rosters

Staff

Company A Company F
Company B Company G
Company C Company H
Company D Company I
Company E Company K

Vic Reinhardt
Company C
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R. W. Reeves
Company B
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Photo of Private Munroe provided by
Paul Petree of Ft. Worth, Texas