I am looking for information on my great-great grandfather Captain Stephen R. Hood and his son Private John S. Hood who served in the 22nd Alabama Infantry Regiment, Company D (Cherokee Beauregards). Stephen Hood was the first capatain of Company D, but resigned on January 10, 1862. There was a serious measles epidemic among the troops in Mobile during the winter of 1861-1862 and I am wondering if his resignation was due to illness. His son John (also recorded as J.S. Hood in the records) continued to serve in the regiment and participated in the Battle of Shiloh. Family history says that he was seriously wounded at Shiloh, treated in Corinth, and then sent to a hospital in Macon, Mississippi. He lived for two months, but died in early June. He was then buried with other Confederate soldiers in the Noxubee Cemetery near Macon in Noxubee County. Does anyone know if John S. Hood shows up on any casualty lists, reports, or other records on Shiloh? Thanks for any information you might be able to provide.