Butler County Officers in the
Army of the Confederate States of America


Special Designated Units

Butler Rifles - Capt. C. W. Watkins' Co., AL Inf.

Butler True Blues - Co. K, 17th AL Inf.

Butler Volunteers - Independent Co., AL Inf.

Greenville Guards - Co. F, 8th AL Inf.

Jeff Davis Rangers - Co. G, 9th AL Inf

Tom Watts Rifles - Co. F, 18 AL Inf.


Artillery

First Alabama Battalion of Artillery

There are no known Field Officers from Butler County; however, a number of enlisted men were among those who were captured and taken to Elmira Prison Camp, NY. Among those were:


Jeff Davis Artillery

Field Officers:


Infantry

7th Ala. Inf.

Field Officers:


8th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Field Officers:


9th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Field Officers:


13th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Field Officers:


17th Ala. Inf.


18th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Field Officers:

Co. "F" Tom Watts Rifles (Butler County): H. Clay Armstrong (resigned, 20 Sept 1862); Aug. C. Greene (wounded, Jonesboro)


22nd Alabama Infantry Regiment

Field Officers:


33rd Ala. Inf.

Field Officers:

Non-Commissioned Officers:


50th Ala. Inf.

56th Ala. Inf.

58th Ala. Inf.


59th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Field Officers:

Soldiers:


60st Alabama Infantry Regiment

Field Officers:


61st Alabama Infantry Regiment
         (also Known 59th Alabama Infantry Regiment)

Field Officers:


Calvary

1st Alabama Cavalry Regiment

Field Officers:

Butler and Monroe Counties:

Pike and Butler:


2nd Alabama Cavalry Regiment

Field Officers:


56th Alabama Cavalry, Partisan Rangers


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