Prior to organization on Oct. 6, 1861, nine companies assigned to this regiment assembled at Montgomery and Notasulga.
I spent much of the evening reviewing issued by Maj. James L. Calhoun, Chief Quartermaster at Montomery, 4th quarter of 1861. He issued wood as fuel to each of the captains of the 1st Alabama Cavalry, Lt.Col. J. F. Conley, 4th Alabama Battalion, and Lieut. J. R. Stewart, city provost guard. I don't see any issues to officers of the 22nd Alabama Regt. during November and December. Calhoun's register doesn't include any receipts which date from October.
If you don't mind sharing your information, please pass along your information about Dublin as a training camp. We may have a case of mistaken identity here -- there were two different towns in Alabama at this time named Dublin. The town associated with this regiment is not in Montgomery County but Cherokee. The "Cherokee Beauregards" organized there before mustering at Montgomery on Sept. 25, 1861. The town today is known as Leesburg.