|November 19||Completed organization at Cussetta, Georgia under Colonel Pleasant J. Phillips, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel P. Hill and Major Clement A. Evans.|
|Stationed at Savannah|
|May 13||Colonel Phillips and Lieutenant Colonel Hill resigned in the army reorganization. Major Evans was promoted to colonel, Captain John T. Crowder of Company D was promoted to lieutenant colonel and Captain John H. Lowe was promoted to major.|
|mid-June||Moved from Georgia to Virginia and attached to Lawton’s Brigade, Jackson’s Division, Army of the Valley|
Battle of Gaines’ Mill
The regiment lost 170 casualties. Colonel Evans and Captain Rodolphus Pride were wounded.
|August 20||Attached to Lawton’s Brigade, Ewell’s Division, Jackson’s Command, Army of Nothern Virginia|
Second Battle of Manassas
Captain Rodolphus Pride was wounded.
|September 16||Moved from its position west of the Dunkard Church and relieved Wofford’s Brigade in the fields south of the Cornfield and east of Hagerstown Pike. Deployed as sharpshooters in the East Woods and engaged Union troops late in the day.|
The 31st Georgia was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel John T. Crowder while Colonel Evans commanded the brigade as senior colonel. The regiment was attacked at first light by Seymour’s Brigade of Meade’s Division and then by Doubleday’s Division. It t lost 55 casualties fighting in the East Woods and the Cornfield. Lieutenant Colonel Crowder was wounded during Hood’s counterattack in the Cornfield. Major John Lowe then took command of the regiment, which was relieved by Wofford’s Brigade and withdrew to the southwest of the Dunkard Church.
Battle of Fredericksburg
The regiment lost 78 casualties.
|April 11||Attached to Gordon’s Brigade of Early’s Division of the Second Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia|
The regiment lost 23 casualties
Second Battle of Winchester
Major Lowe was wounded.
|June 26||Moved through Gettysburg after a brief skirmish with militia.|
|June 28||Advanced through York, Pennsylvania, and to Wrightsville on the Susquehanna River.|
The regiment was commanded by Colonel Clement A. Evans. It brought 252 men to the field and lost 13 men killed, 44 wounded and 8 missing. Lieutenants T.J. Ferguson and W.R. Patterson were killed on Jly 1 in the attack on the Union Eleventh Corps north of Gettysburg.
After the battle Captain Rodolphus T. Pride of Company B was promoted to major effective July 1.
|August 19||Lieutenant Colonel Crowder resigned and Major Lowe was promoted to lieutenant colonel.|
|May 19||Colonel Evans was promoted to brigadier general and given command of Lawton’s Brigade. Lieutenant Colonel Lowe was promoted to colonel and Major Pride was promoted to lieutenant colonel.|
Major Pride was wounded.
|May 19||Lieutenant Colonel Lowe was promoted to colonel.|
|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 continues 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|
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|
|March 25||Colonel Lowe took command of the brigade|
Appomattox Court House
The regiment surrendered 120 men, 66 of whom were armed.