Thanks Richard for your information....I didn't know it was a Louisiana regiment, but heard it went to Alabama on a wagon.
Gibson's Brigade was posted on Dec. 16th, 1864 to the right(west) of Peach Orchard (Overton) Hill behind a stone wall to the west of Franklin Pike. The 19th was part of Gibson's Louisiana Brigade of Clayton's Division, Lee's Corps. The 13th attacked the hill and the last color bearer was on top of the works when killed. But where the maps show the 13th would have gone in would have been on the hill in front of Holtzclaw's brigade which was an Alabama brigade and it stretched across the Pike and tied in with Gibson. He must have run over and picked it up or traded for it. Very interesting.
Thanks again, I am looking forward to your further information. I assume it was the national color but would like to know more about its description.
Incidently, I am doing a model of a color bearer with the 13th LA battle flag depicting an attempt to reform on Dec. 16th.