The 36th Regiment of Alabama Volunteers' flag is in the permanent collection
of the Alabama Department of Archives and History, in Montgomery, Alabama.
Muster Roll of Company A, 36th Alabama Regiment of VolunteersMuster Roll of Company C, 36th Alabama Regiment of Volunteers
Other related information:
Sketches of Prison Life - articles from the Confederate Veteran by Chaplain C. M. Hutton
Prison life in Nashville - article from the Confederate Veteran where Chaplain C. M. Hutton writes about the Federal spy that was appointed color bearer of the 36th Alabama before he returned to Federal lines.
Alabama Confederate Service Cards - excerpts with names of Middleton'sBibliography of the 36th Alabama Infantry - from US Army Military History Institute
DuBose manuscript from the Clayton's Brigade history in the Regimental Files of the Alabama Department of Archives and History. The 36th Alabama was part of Clayton's Brigade and this contains excerpts from the Official Record and some first-hand accounts of its history. None of the DuBose manuscripts have been published -- copies of the original hand-written manuscripts are in the collection of ADAH.
Letters from the Civil War: Monroe County Remembers her Rebel Sons Letters from Captains
DeLoach and Marshall and Private Fountain from Company F
Detailed information on Company G:Carefully selected links to other Alabama, Confederate History, & Genealogy sitesBiography of James Stephen H. Middleton, Company G, 36th Ala. Regiment with brief Regimental History of 36th Alabama
Recollections of a John M. Middleton, Soldier in Company G
~ by his Daughter Susan Catherine Middleton Easley
Middleton family from Alabama - Confederate service information
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