Company "B" was organized in Courtland, Lawrence County, Alabama as a part of the Sixteenth Alabama Regiment. Colonel W. B. Wood, of Florence, Alabama commanded the Sixteenth Alabama. It was a part of the army of the Tennessee. Co. B left Courtland in August 1861 for Knoxville, and saw hard service and was distinguished for many acts of bravery at Fishing Creek, Kentucky, Shiloh, Perryville, Kentucky, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Ringgold, Georgia, and around Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee, and finally surrendered in South Carolina at the close of the war.
Ashford, F. A., Captain. Promoted to Colonel. Killed at Franklin, Tennessee.
Barker, Henry, Killed at Tupelo, Mississippi
Beemer, J. J., Fourth Sergeant
Bettis, C. W.
Braidfoot, Stanley, Killed at Murfreesboro
Briggs, B. F.
Carrol, Joe, Killed at New Hope, Georgia
Cleere, J. T. (John Tyler)
Davidson, John, First Sergeant. Killed on retreat from Nashville.
Davis, C., Third Lieutenant
Dement, Robert, Killed at New Hope, Georgia
Elkins, J. N.
Frazier, James, Elected Lieutenant 28th Alabama. Killed at Murfreesboro
Gabbert, Jas. S.
Gabbert, Jno. D.
Gibson, A. D.
Gibson, M. D.
Gibson, W. A.
Golding, John, Killed near Hillsboro, Georgia
Gregory, Hunter, Killed at Franklin, Tennessee
Gregory, Tom, Killed at New Hope, Georgia
Hill, A. M.
Hill, John P., Killed at Franklin, Tennessee
Hughston, T. P.
Jackson, J. D.
Jackson, W. W., Killed near Montgomery
King, Iassc, Killed at Fishing Creek, Kentucky
Madding, I. C., First Lieutenant. Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia
Madding, Richard, Killed at Shiloh
Martin, J. M.
McConnell, W. R., Elected Captain 30th Alabama
McCord, Jno. O., Killed at Murfreesboro
McGaughey, F. P.
McKinney, Travis, Killed at Fishing Creek, Kentucky
Milam, J. A.
Moon, William, Killed at Murfreesboro
Pace, Dred E.
Ponder, J. F., Second Sergeant.
Roberts, J. M.
Sherrod, F. O. , Second Lieutenant
Shewert, J. A., Killed at Franklin, Tennessee
Shurer, J. D.
Shurer, J. M.
Stanley, Ed., Third Corporal
Stanley, Tom E., Third Sergeant. Elected Lt. Co. G., of Arkansas, at close of war.
Stephenson, J. M.
Thornbury, ______, First Corporal
Tucker, James, Wounded at New Hope, Georgia
Wasson, J. C.
Wasson, W. J.
Williams, R. M.
Zills, Fd., Killed at Murfreesboro