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Walter’s alabama battery (see main description for battle honours)

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Organized at mobile, alabama on october 16th 1861 taken in to confederate service non october 31st 1861. Disbanded, in january 1864 with some battery members transferring to cobbs kentucky artillery battery.Battles; munfordville, murfreesboro, tullahoma, chigamauga, chattanooga siege, chattanooga,.The flag is a army of mississippi (polks corps) variant of which only three examples are known (waters battery, 22nd alabama infantry & 24th alabama infantry). Regimental designation and honour mobile embroidered in red wool in upper quadrant on observe side. The honour murfreesboro is embroidered in dark wool on white cross. The flag has also a white fringe. The original which was kept by captain david d. Waters and, was donated by his descendants in 1959 and, remains in the collections of the alabama department of archives and history in montgomery, alabama.