Colonels - Jones M. Withers of Mobile; promoted. Tennent Lomax; promoted, but killed in command. Cullen A. Battle of Macon; wounded at Sharpsburg; promoted. Chas. Forsyth of Mobile.
Lieutenant Colonels - Tennent Lomax; promoted. Cullen A. Battle; promoted. Charles Forsyth; promoted. Robert M. Sands of Mobile.
Majors - Cullen A. Battle; promoted. Charles Forsyth; promoted. R.M. Sands; wounded at Gettysburg; promoted. Richard H. Powell of Macon; wounded at Spottsylvania.
Adjutants - Charles Forsyth; promoted. Isaiah A. Wilson of Macon; resigned. Alfred R. Murray of Mobile; transferred. Samuel B. Johnston of Macon; killed at Seven Pines. Mirabeau B. Swanson of Macon; transferred. Alexander H. Picket of Macon; transferred. David R. Dunlap of Mobile; wounded at Cedar Creek.
Mobile - Robert M. Sands; promoted. T. Casey Witherspoon; wounded and captured at Sharpsburg.
Mobile - Wm. H. Hartwell; resigned. John R. Simpson; wounded at Sharpsburg; relieved. Arthur Robbins; wounded.
Macon - W.G. Swanson; till re-organized. Rob't L. Mayes; killed at Seven Pines. Chas. J. Bryan; wounded at Malvern Hill; resigned. Wm. Thomas Bilbro; killed at Spottsylvania. T. Alexander Etheridge; wounded.
Macon - Richard H. Powell; promoted. E. Troup Randall; wounded at Chancellorsville; retired. John R. McGowan; wounded at Spottsylvania.
Mobile - Archibald Gracie; resigned. John F. Chester; wounded at Seven Pines; died of wounds received at Winchester. John T. Huggins.
Montgomery - F.W. Hunter; resigned. Watkins Phelan; wounded at Seven Pines; killed at Petersburg. W.A. McBryde.
Montgomery - W.G. Andrews. (Company transferred to artillery at the close of the first year's service).
Lowndes - M. Ford Bonham; wounded at Gettysburg, and Winchester.
Coosa and Autauga - Edward S. Ready; wounded at Seven Pines; wounded and captured at Boonsboro; detached and promoted. Louis H. Hill; resigned. B.F.K. Melton.
Mobile - Louis T. Woodruff; resigned. John K. Hoyt; detached. George H. Dunlap.
Lowndes and Montgomery (1862) - Cornelius Robinson, Jr.
Macon (1862) - J.L.W. Jelks; died at Richmond. Richmond W.H. Kennon; wounded at Malvern Hill; retired. Francis M. Germany; wounded at Gettysburg; retired. Robert T. Rutherford.