Colonels - Egbert J. Jones of Madison; killed at the first Manassas. Evander M. Law of Macon; promoted. Pinckney D. Bowles* of Conecuh.
Lieutenant Colonels - E.M. Law; promoted. Thomas J. Goldsby of Dallas; wounded at Cold Harbor; resigned. Owen K. McLemore of Chambers; killed at Boonsboro. P.D. Bowles; promoted. L. Houston Scruggs of Madison; wounded at Chicamauga.
Majors - Charles L. Scott of Wilcox; wounded at Manassas; resigned. P.D. Bowles; promoted. L.H. Scruggs; promoted. Thomas K. Coleman of Perry; killed at Chicamauga. W.M. Robbins of Perry; wounded at Wilderness.
Adjutant - Robert T. Coles of Madison; wounded at Gaines' Mill.
Dallas - Thomas J. Goldsby; promoted. R.V. Kidd; killed at Chicamauga. J.M. West; wounded at Hanover Junction.
Macon 0 T.B.Dryer; till re-organized. E.J. Glass; resigned. Bayless E. Brown; killed at Wilderness.
Dallas - N.H.R. Dawson; till re-organized. Alfred C. Price; killed at Cold Harbor. M.D. Sterret; wounded at Malvern Hill; retired. F.C. Robbin; wounded at Malvern Hill; retired. F.C. Robbins; wounded at Cold Harbor; wounded and captured at Knoxville.
Perry and Marengo - Richard Clarke; till re-organized. Thomas K. Coleman; promoted. James T. Jones; wounded at Wilderness.
Conecuh - P.D. Bowles; promoted. William Lee; killed at Malvern Hill. J.W. Darby; wounded at Wilderness.
Madison - G.B. Mastin; killed at Seven Pines. W.W. Leftwich; killed at Gettysburg. James H. Brown; wounded at Wilderness.
Perry - Porter King; till re-organized. Wm M. Robbins; promoted. H.H. Moseley; wounded and captured at Knoxville.
Lauderdale - Robert McFarland; till re-organized. H. Armistead; killed at the first Cold Harbor. W.F. Karsner.
Madison - Edward D. Tracy; transferred and promoted. L. Houston Scruggs; wounded at Malvern Hill, and Sharpsburg; promoted. Walter Harris; died in the service.
Jackson - R.B. Linsey; killed at first Manassas. J.D. Ogilvie; died in the service. James H. Young; till re-organized. W.H. Robinson; wounded at Cold Harbor; retired. James Sullivan; killed at Sharpsburg. James Keith; killed at Fredericksburg. A. Murray; killed at Petersburg. .... McIver.
* This officer did not receive his commission as brigadier, but in the closing days of the war he was appointed to the command of five regiments, and a full brigade staff reported to him. Born in Edgefield district, S.C., in 1838, Pinckney Downie Bowles was educated at the military academy in Charleston, and the University of Virginia. He read law under Gen. McGowan at Abbeville, and located in Conecuh County, this state, to practice in 1859. He was there engaged at the beginning of the war. His military record is the history of the Fourth Alabama Infantry, of which he was the brave and faithful commander. He is now a practitioner of law at Evergreen, Conecuh County.