Thanks for the information. I knew that he was wounded and absent without leave after Salem Church. I had heard that he had part of his arm amputated, but not sure of that. He did return to Limestone County, AL where he attended a barbecue given by Thomas McLin Hobbs, son of Capt. Thomas H. Hobbs, as a token of esteem to the men who had fought with the Limestone Troopers
under his father. This was September 15, 1896 and it was agreed to meet annually on the same approximate date. This is from an unidentified newspaper article in 1896.
This was listed under "Confederate Soldiers from Limestone County Alabama":
Benjamin F. Andrews died December 6, 1902. He served in the 9th AL Reg. under Captain Hobbs. Obituary published in Alabama Courier December 19, 1902. They wrote "Another Confederate soldier who helped make Virginia an historic battleground has answered the last roll call, he is off duty forever".
The above was from "Lest We Forget" by Jerrye Todd Austin 1996.