“Bartow Light Infantry”
|June||Organized at Griffin, Georgia under Colonel Walton Ector, Lieutenant Colonel Marcellus Douglass.|
|Summer||In western Virginia|
|December||Ordered to Charleton, South Carolina|
|February 1||Colonel Ector died in Greenville, Georgia, where he had hoped to recover his health. Lieutenant Colonel Douglass was promoted to colonel. Captain John B. Harris of Company A was promoted to major.|
|mid-June||Moved from Georgia to Virginia and attached to Lawton’s Brigade, Jackson’s Division, Army of the Valley|
|August 20||Attached to Lawton’s Brigade, Ewell’s Division, Jackson’s Command, Army of Nothern Virginia|
Second Battle of Manassas
The regiment loast 9 men killed and 19 wounded. Colonel Douglass took command of the brigade when General Lawton took over the division after General Ewell was wounded.
The regiment was commanded by Lieutenant Divany A. Kidd. It lost 48 men killed and 166 wounded. Colonel Douglass was killed commanding the brigade just south of the Cornfield.
|September||Major Harris was promoted to lieutenant colonel, with rank to date from September 17.|
|December 13||Lieutenant Kidd was elected captain|
|April 11||Attached to Gordon’s Brigade of Early’s Division of the Second Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia|
Second Battle of Winchester
The regiment lost 13 casualties.
The regiment was commanded by Colonel Thomas M. Smith and brought 312 men to the field. It lost 37 men killed, 75 wounded and 25 missing. Captain V.T. Nunnelie and Lieutenant R.W. Meacham were both killed on July 1 in the attack on the Union Eleventh Corps north of Gettysburg.
|July 5||Major Harris was captured at Monterey.|
|December 14||Lieutenant Colonel Harris was promoted to colonel|
|May 12||Battle of Spotsylvania Court House|
|May 21||Attached to Evan’s Brigade of Gordon’s Division of the Second Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia|
|June 13||Attached to Evans’ Brigade of Gordon’s Division of the Army of the Valley|
|June 17-18||Battle of Lynchburg|
|June 19-21||Pursuit of Hunter|
|June 22||Day of rest at Salem|
|June 23-26||Advance into the Shenandoah Valley to Staunton|
|June 28-July 2||Advance from Staunton to near Harpers Ferry|
|July 5-6||Crossed the Potomac at Boteler’s Ford and advances to west of Frederick|
|July 10||The advance on Washington continued through an extremely hot day.|
|July 11-12||Battle of Fort Stevens|
|July 13-15||Left Washington, crossed the Potomac at White’s Ford, and marched across Loudon County.|
|July 16||Crossed the Blue Ridge at Snickers Gap to Berryville|
|July 19||Moved to Strasburg|
|July 24||Second Battle of Kernstown|
|August 8||At Bunker Hill|
|August 10||To Winchester|
|August 12||To Fisher’s Hill|
|August 17||Returned to Winchester and Bunker Hill.|
|August 22||To Charles Town|
|August 25-26||Feint toward Williamsport and return to Bunker Hill.|
|September 5||To Winchester|
|December 9||Returned with Gordon’s Division from the Shenandoah Valley to the Richmond area. Attached to Gordon’s Division, Second Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
Captain Kidd was killed.
Appomattox Court House
The regiment surrendered 12 officers and 161 enlisted men.