I don't have access right now to my information from the Alabama State Archives. However, the "Dale County Home Guards" was an Alabama Volunteer Corps company which was never called into service by Governor Moore. The AVC was disbanded in Nvoember 1861. Records of Capt. John C. Brown's company, which served under orders of the Conscript Bureau, are misfiled with Barbiere's Alabama Cavalry Battalion. It never had any attachment to that command.
As reorganized in 1864, every county in the State of Alabama was expected to organize its militia into 1st and 2nd Class companies by beat or precinct. 1st Class Militia, also known as County Reserves, was expected to take care of law-and-order issues. Deserters and outlaws had control of large sections of the country, and the county reserves were needed to protect widows and the families of soldiers at home. Perhaps 10-12 companies of 1st Class militia organized in Russell County during 1864. Bear in mind that these are not Confederate soldiers, so their rolls would be in the state archives.