|Organized at Macon, Georgia under Colonel Charles J. Williams, Lieutenant Colonel Elijah Webb Chastain, Adjutant James W. Anderson
|Lieutenant Colonel Chastain resigned after insulting a staff officer. Captain William J. Magill of Company A was appointed lieutenant colonel.
|Moved to Virginia, and attached to Toombs’ Brigade
|Adjutant Anderson was promoted to major
|Colonel Charles C. Williams died. Lieutenant Colonel Magill was promoted to colonel.
|Major Anderson mustered out during the reorganization
|Reported as having 367 effectives
|Transferred to G. T. Anderson’s Brigade
|June 25-July 1
Seven Days Battles
The 1st Georgia Regulars were commanded by Colonel William J. Magill.
The regiment lost 3 killed and 19 wounded
The regiment was commanded by Major John D. Walker. It lost 27 men killed and 77 wounded.
The regiment was commanded by Colonel Magill until he was wounded, losing his right arm. He was left behind in Maryland and captured. Captain Richard A. Wayne took command of the regiment. Captain James G. Montgomery and Lieutenant Frederick Palmer were wounded, and Captain Hansford D.D. Twiggs was wounded and captured.
From the first of two War Department markers on G.T. Anderson’s Brigade on the Antietam battlefield:
Anderson’s Brigade was bivouacked on either side of the road at this point on the night of September 15, 1862 with skirmishers thrown forward near the Antietam. On the 16th its skirmishers were engaged with those of the Fourth United States Infantry. It remained in this position until the morning of the 17th, when it moved by the left through the ravine and Piper’s cornfield to the Bloody Lane near Roulette’s.
On the night of September 16, 1862, Anderson’s Brigade bivouacked on either side of the Boonsboro Turnpike near the end of the Sunken Road. On the morning of the 17th it advanced by the way of the ravine and Piper’s cornfield to and beyond this point, but being forced back, formed line a few feet north of this on the right of Rodes’ Brigade. It withstood several charges of Richardson’s Division, Sumner’s Corps, but shortly after noon, was compelled to retire in the direction of Sharpsburg. It reformed on the Hagerstown Pike, southwest of Piper’s House, and assisted in checking the Federal advance in that direction.
|Captain Wayne was promoted to major
The regiment was commanded by Major Richard A. Wayne
|The regiment was ordered to Florida and assigned to G. P. Harrison’s Brigade Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida
Battle of Chickamauga
Attached to Jackson’s Brigade of Cheatham’s Division
Battle of Chattanooga
Battle of Olustee
The regiment lost 3 men killed and 25 wounded
|Stationed in Charleston area
|Colonel Magill resigned.
Battle of Nashville
|Siege of Savannah
|January – March
|March 19 -21
Battle of Bentonville
|Surrendered 45 men with the Army of Tennessee