Confederate Regiments & BatteriesVirginia

September 5 Created from nine companies under the command of Colonel Charles Thomburn.
September 10 Fayetteville
September 11 Cotton Hill
September 12 Montgomery’s Ferry
September 13 Charleston
September 27 Buffalo
October 6 Charlestown
October 9 Bullstown
October 16 Charleston
October 31 Kanawha Falls
February-May Assigned to Cavalry Brigade, Department of Western Virginia
May-August Assigned to Jenkins’s Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of Northern Virginia
June 11 Middletown
June 14-15
Second Battle of Winchester
June 14 White Post
June 15 Bunker Hill & Martinsburg
June 20 Greencastle and Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
June 22 Monterey (Company D) and Greencastle (Company I) Pennsylvania
June 28-29 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
June 29 Carlisle, Pennsylvania
July 1-3
Battle of Gettysburg

Major Benjamin F. Eakle commanded the regiment at Gettysburg.

From the monument to Jenkins’s Brigade on the East Cavalry Field at Gettysburg:

July 3. The Brigade had been with Ewell’s Corps but rejoined the Cavalry Division here on this day about noon. It was armed with Enfield Rifles but an oversight brought to this field only about ten rounds of ammunition. While this lasted it was actively engaged mainly on foot as sharpshooters around and in front of the Rummel Barn and outhouses. It was withdrawn from the field at an early hour in the evening.

July 5
Battle of Monterey Gap
July 6 Hagerstown
July 7-8 Boonsboro
July 14 Williamsport
July 16 Shepherdstown
July 21 Chester Gap
August 1 Brandy Station
August 2-3 Kelly’s Ford
August-September Assigned to Jenkins’s Cavalry Brigade, Department of Western Virginia
August 24 Little Washington
September-October Assigned to Jenkins’s Cavalry Brigade, Department of Western Virginia and East Tennessee
October-December Assigned to Jenkins’s Brigade, Ransom’s Cavalry Division, Department of Western Virginia and East Tennessee
November 6 Droop Mountain
December-January Assigned to Jenkins’s Cavalry Brigade, Department of Western Virginia and East Tennessee
December 12 Greenbrier River

Assigned to Jenkins’s Cavalry Brigade, Department of Western Virginia.

The regiment recorded 29 officers and 424 enlisted men present for duty.

May 9 Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain
Lynchburg Campaign
June 1 White Sulphur Springs
June 2 Covington
June 4 Panther Gap
June 6 Goshen
June 7 Buffalo Gap
June 8 Staunton Road
June 10 Arbor Hill, Newport, Middlebrook and Brownsburg
June 11 Lexington
June 13 Broad Creek and Buchanan
June 14 Peaks Gap
June 15 Fancy Farm
June 16 Otter River and New London
June 17-18

Assigned to McCausland’s Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the Valley District.

June 18 Forest Depot
June 20 Liberty
June 21 Salem
July 3 Leetown
July 4 North Mountain
July 7 Hagerstown
July 8 Fredericksburg
July 9
Battle of Monocacy
July 10 Urbanna & Rockville
July 11
Fort Stevens
July 13 Rockville
July 14 Edwards Ferry
July 17 Snicker’s Gap
July 18 Ashby’s Gap
July 19 Berry’s Ferry and Darkesville
July 20 Winchester and Stephenson’s Depot
July 23
Second Battle of Kernstown
July 24 Winchester
July 25 Martinsburg
July 29 Clear Spring and Mercersburg
July 30 McConnellsburg and Burning of Chambersburg
August 1 Cumberland
August 2 Old Town, Hancock and Green Springs
August 4 New Creek
August 7 Moorefield
August 13 & 15 Fisher’s Hill
August 17 Kernstown and Winchester
August 19-20 Opequon
August 21 Charlestown and Summit Point
August 22 Halltown
August 23 Charlestown
August 25 Kearneyville
August 26 Leetown
August 28 Smithfield
August 28 Opequon
August 30 Brucetown
September 1 Opequon
September 3 Bunker Hill
September 5 Stephenson’s Depot
September 10 Big Spring and Darkesville
September 12 Darkesville
September 19
Third Battle of Winchester
September 21 Front Royal
September 22 Milford
September 24 Luray
September 26 Port Republic
September 29 Waynesborough
October 4 Brown’s Gap
October 9 Strasburg and Fisher’s Hill 
October 10 Woodsrock
October 11 Cedar Creek
October 19
Battle of Cedar Creek
October 23 Bentonville
October 25-26 Milford
November 12 Nineveh
November 22 Front Royal
December 17 Berry’s Ford
December 20 Madison Court House
December 22 Liberty Mills
December 23 Jack’s Shop
December 24 Gordonsville
January-February The regiment was furloughed for two months due to lack of forage.

Joined Siege of Petersburg

Assigned to McCausland’s Brigade, Lomax’s Cavalry Division, Army of the Valley District.

March 29 Quaker Road
March 31
White Oak Road
April 1
Battle of Five Forks
April 4 Avery’s Church Road
April 5 Amelia Springs
April 6 Jetersville and Deatonsville
April 7
High Bridge
April 7 Farmville
April 9
Appomattox Court House

The regiment only surrendered 34 men. Most of the men escaped from Appomattox and disbanded a few days later.