Stuart's battalion, commanded by Maj. James H. Stuart, served in north Alabama from the summer of 1864 until the close of the war, and was frequently engaged in scouting and skirmishing.
Extracts From Official War Records
No. 77--(362) Mentioned in report of Col. William T. C. Grower, expedition from Decatur to Courtland,
and skirmish, July, 1864.
No. 78--(668) In north Alabama, June, 1864, Col. Josiah Patterson's report.
No. 93--(1233) In Roddey's brigade, district of North Alabama, November 20th.
No. 94--(634) In Roddey's brigade, north Alabama, December 1st.
No. 103--(48) Mentioned near Warrenton, February 17, 1865.
Stuart's battalion, commanded by Maj. James H. Stuart, served
in north Alabama from the summer of 1864 until the close of
the war, and was frequently engaged in scouting and
Source: Confederate Military History, vol. VIII, p. 307
Major James H. Stuart, signed requisitions for forage for 18 horses on the 1st & 16th of April, 1864 while at Rome, Georgia
On March 31,1864 at Dalton, Georgia he signed a requisition for 18 Grain/Forage Sacks indicating he had 18 men in his COMPANY
Near Mulboro [sp? believe Moulton], Ala. January 4, 1865 he signed a letter of nomination given his rank as Lt. Col.
M311: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama