I found two Ensigns in the 14th Alabama Infantry Regiment.
George W. Allen, Company A. (I don't believe he is related to George Allen who is currently running for Senator in Virginia) who is identifed in 1863 as Color Sergeant, was appointed Ensign on April 12, 1864. On Company muster rolls for September and October 1864 are Remarks: Retired Invalid Corps on September 14, 1864 from wounds received on May 3, 1863 at Salem Church, Virginia. Certificate of Disability for Retirement is documented in file. Gunshot wound of the left shoulder impairing the use of the arm. Ensign G. W. Allen appears on a roster of commissioned officers of the Provisional Army Confederate States as retired September 14, 1864. Certificate 273. (M311 Roll 229) This information is also confirmed by Stephen Hodge, former Captain of Company A, 14th Regiment Alabama Volunteer Infantry in an article in the Opelika Post, Opelika, Alabama, on December 13, 1901.
J. C. Cheshire, 3rd Corporal, Company B. James C. Cheshire appears on a register of officers of the Provisional Army of the Confederate States as an Ensign of the 14th Alabama Regiment, replacing Ensign George W. Allen who retired on September 14, 1864. Date of appointment is November 15, 1864. James C. Cheshire, Ensign and 1st Lieutenant appears on a register of Appointments, Confederate States Army. Date of Appointment is November 26, 1864, to take rank from November 15, 1864. Date of acceptance was December 18, 1864. Statement of transfer is in file. He transferred from Company B due to appointment as Ensign of the Regiment. Date of transfer statement is 21 February 1865 (M311 Roll 231) No later entries indicating final disposition are in his file. He was reported severely wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness on May 6, 1864. (Source: Selma Morning Reporter, June 17, 1864. (ADAH)) He is listed as a member of the Confederate Veterans Association, Crenshaw County, Alabama, in 1890. (Internet - Crenshaw County Confederate Soldiers)