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Roster Notes:

 1. Muster Roll of Company A, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain Charles Corege, date unknown.

  Absent, sick in the interior ..... 18
  Absent, without leave ............  2
  Present .......................... 32

  Total, Enlisted men .............. 52
 2. Muster Roll of Company B, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain N. B. Rouse, date unknown.
  Total, Enlisted men .............. 51
 3. Muster Roll of Company C, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain Wiley H. Pope, August 8, 1862. Camp Loomis, near Chattanooga, Tennessee.
  Total, Enlisted men .............. 62
 4. Muster Roll of Company D, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain A. W. Nixon, date unknown. This company marched out of Ashville, September 5, 1861.
  Total, Enlisted men .............. 116
Mrs. Willis Hodges, Ashville, Alabama, November 13, 1957.

 5. Muster Roll of Company D, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain H .L. Morris, date unknown.

  Absent, sick ..................... 24
  Absent, wounded ..................  2
  Absent, without leave ............  1
  Present .......................... 32

  Total, Enlisted men .............. 68
 6. Muster Roll of Company E, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain D. M. Richards, date unknown.
  Total, Enlisted men .............. 53
 7. Muster Roll of Company F, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain F. M. Handley. April 30, 1863 to June 30, 1865.
  Total, Enlisted men .............. 81
There has not been material change in the company since last muster and our camp was moved about two miles from Shelbyville, Tennessee on or about the 20 May 1863. And the 28 June we evacuated Shelbyville and moved to Tullahoma, Tennessee, distance 18 miles and was there in line of battle last mustered.

 8. Muster Roll of Company F, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain F. M. Handley. November 1, 1863 to February 29, 1864.

  Total, Enlisted men .............. 81

The Company was last mustered at Dalton, Georgia and remained in Winter Quarters until 23rd February 1864 at which time the company was ordered into line of battle about 1 mile north of Dalton and remained until the morning of the 28th February 1864 and were then ordered back to their winter quarters.

 9. Muster Roll of Company G, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain A. A. Patterson, date unknown.
  Missing ..........................  4
  Present .......................... 43

  Total, Enlisted men .............. 47
N.B. - Privates Murdock, J. McDairmin, W. F. McNeill, William Wright and D. S. Williams opposite whose names remarks are made, having been sent to Hospitals in the Interior in very critical condition as to their health, and not having heard from them since, it is unknown to me whether they are living or dead.

10. Muster Roll of Company H, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain E. C. Turner, date unknown.

  Total, Enlisted men .............. 60
11. Muster Roll of Company I, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain W. P. Howell, date unknown.
  Total, Enlisted men .............. 63
12. Muster Roll of Company K, 25th Alabama Regt, Captain P. D. Costello, August 8, 1862. Camp Loomis, near Chattanooga, Tennessee.
  Total, Enlisted men .............. 62

13. Democratic Watchtower, Talladega, Alabama, April 23, 1862. List of the Killed, Wounded and Missing from Talladega and the adjoining counties in the Battle of Shiloh.

14. Annexed report regarding Battle of Shiloh (Official Records, Vol. X, page 544).

The officers, most of them, bore themselves gallantly upon the field. Captain Pierre D. Costello and Lieuts. P. H. Smith and Thomas G. Slaughter deserve special mention. Sergeant Scofield captured two flags, and Private Vann was the first at a battery, and took the color-bearer's horse.

Colonel J. Q. Loomis
Corinth, Mississippi April 13, 1862

15. Democratic Watchtower, Talladega, Alabama, January 13, 1863. List of Casualties in the 25th Alabama Regiment at the Battle of Murfreesboro up to the morning of the 3rd of January.

Above find lists as accurately as could be procured from the regiments on the battlefield. The wounded were taken from the battlefield immediately to the hospital and we have had no chance of seeing them since - hence the character of the wounds in most instances are not given. Several have already died.

Respectfully,
M.H.S.

16. General Orders No. 131 (Official Records, page 972-973). Roll of Honor, Battle of Murfreesboro.

17. R. W. Reeves letter to The Southern Advertiser. Giving account of killed and wounded near Atlanta, Georgia. August 8, 1864.

20. Courtesy of Christine Willingham Smith. Alabama Confederate Military Records.