Example of a "Breckenridge" Flag belonging to the 4th Kentucky Cavalry.
Example of the 2nd National Flag Variant used by Scott's Brigade, Loring's Corps. Described as the flag of the 12th Louisiana Infantry, captured at the Battle of Peachtree Creek, but most likely the flag of either the 55th or 57th Alabama Infantry.
Colonel - James W. Robertson (Franklin Co); resigned. Edwin Goodwin (Franklin Co); died in the service. Samuel S. Ives (Lauderdale Co); wounded at Franklin.
Lieutenant Colonel - Edwin Goodwin; promoted. Samuel S. Ives; promoted. A.E. Ashford (Lawrence Co)
Major - William Hunt (Franklin co); transferred. Samuel S. Ives; promoted. A.E. Ashford; promoted. John S. Dickson (Madison Co); killed at Franklin.
Adjutant - William Andrew Hansell; resigned 1862. Joseph Horn; died June 1864. James P. Heanigan; captured at Atlanta.
Surgeon - Dr. W.T. Sanders; resigned Aug 28, 1862. Dr. Isaac F. Deloney; discharged Oct 1862. Benjamin King, resigned February 1864.
Chaplain - Rev. Robert A. Wilson.
Quartermaster - James Latham.
Assistant Quartermaster - Joseph A. Brown.
Commissary Sergeant - I.L. Pride; promoted.
Color Bearers - Lowe A. Dement; killed 1863. Marcus D.L. Green; lost July 1864. Robert Wheeler; killed Nov 30, 1864.
Colonel James W. Robertson
Private Burgess Miller
Captured at Vicksburg.
Sergeant William Valient Aldridge
Surrendered 17 May 1865.
Private Rufus Petty Aday
Amnesty Oath on 31 Aug 1865.
Rufus Columbia Hafley
Private James Pinkney Peace
Major William Henry Hunt
Private Charles Miles Patterson Hampton
Transferred March 1864.
Sergeant Joseph Houston Allen
First Sergeant Daniel L. Downs Jr
Wounded 30 Nov 1864.
William Henry Fudge
Captain William Andrew Hansell
Chapman Stuart McGaughey
Private John Tyre Robertson
Resigned March of 1864.
Captain Thaddeus W. Felton
Killed 4 Oct 1862.
Private Frederick "Fred" Moseley Nelson
Private William H. Pope
Private James Franklin Clement
Paroled 25 April 1865
Private William C. Elliott
Private James Wyatt Garrett
Colonel Samuel Spencer Ives
Wounded 30 Nov 1864.
Private Riley Brantley "Bud" Meadows
Deserted 28 December 1864.
Private William Merrill Smith
Captain Samuel D. Stewart
Killed 30 Nov 1864.
Private Jacob William Battle
First Lieutenant James Newton Clemmons
Wounded 5 Aug 1862.
Lieutenant Augustus Franklin Evans
Color Bearer Marcus D. L. Green
Wounded 20 July 1864.
Private Ezekiel Kennedy
Captain John Robert Mitchell
Surrendered Spring of 1865.
Private Lemuel Dillard Thomas