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Regimental Commanders of the 22nd


The Kanawha Regiment 1st Organization - August 1861
Company A Border Rifles, Putnam County
Company B Mountain Cove Guards,Fayette County
Company C Fayetteville Rifles, Fayette County
Company D Nicholas Blues, Nicholas County
Company E Elk River Tigers, Kanawha County
Company F Border Rifles, Jackson County
Company G Rocky Point Grays,Monroe County
Company H Wyoming Riflemen,Wyoming County
Company I Kanawha Riflemen,Kanawha County (Coal River Rifles)
Company K Boone Company, Boone County (1st)*
Artillery Kanawha Artillery: Capt. John Peter Hale Cavalry
Company K Kanawha Rangers formerly Fayetteville Rifles organized
as Company I, 8th Virginia Cavalry


The Organization of the 22nd
Virginia of May 1, 1862 till the end of the Civil War


Company A Border Rifles, Putnam County
Company B Border Rifles, Jackson County
Company C Mountain Cove Guards,Fayette County
Company D Nicholas Blues, Nicholas County
Company E Elk River Tigers, Kanawha County
Company F Rocky Point Grays, Monroe County
Company G Wyoming Riflemen,Wyoming County
Company H Kanawha Riflemen,Kanawha County (Coal River Rifles)
Company I Boone Company, Boone County


Bruce Rifles and the Greenbrier Rifles, Greenbrier, County
Charleston Sharpshooters, Swann's Company
Cavalry Kanawha Rangers formerly Fayetteville Rifles organized as 8th
Virginia Cavalry Company I ,Captain Lewis' Company (2)*
Cavalry Fayetteville Rifles, Fayette County (3rd)*
Artillery Kanawha Artillery: Capt. John P. Hale
Medical Staff and Field organization only


*Company K went through 3 organizations within a one year period

Battles and Campaigns of the 22nd Virginia

1861
Antill Hill (Co. H) WV, - July 1, 1861
Scary Creek, WV - July 16-17, 1861
Kanawha Valley Campaign, WV - 1861
Cross Lanes, WV - August 26, 1861
Carnifex Ferry, WV - September 10,1861
Swell Mt/Cotton Hill/Gauley Bridge,WV - October 11, 1861


1862
Giles Court House, WV - May 10, 1862
Lewisburg, WV - May 23, 1862
Charleston, WV - August 13, 1862
Kanawha Valley Campaign, WV - September 10, October 1, 1862


1863
Jones and Imboden Raid - 1863
Keyser, WV - April
Oakland, Md - April
Beverly, WV - April 24, 1863
White Sulphur Springs, WV - August 26-27, 1863
Droop Mountain, WV - November 6,1863
Sweet Springs, WV - December 20,1863


1864
New Market, VA - May 15, 1864
Cold Harbor Campaign, VA - May 20, 1864 - June 4, 1864
Lynchburg, VA - June 17-18, 1864
Middletown, MD - July 8, 1864
Frederick, MD - July 8, 1864
Monocacy, MD - July 9, 1864
Fort Stevens, DC - July 11, 1864
Snickerís Gap Campaign, Va - July 14 - 22
Cool Springs, VA - July 18, 1864
Kernstown, VA - July 24, 1864
B&O Railroad Raid, July 30, August 31
Winchester, VA - September 16, 1864
Fisher's Hill, VA - September 22, 1864
Rude's Hill, VA - September 24, 1864
Weyers Cave, VA - September 27,1864
Cedar Creek, VA - October 19, 1864


1865
North Carolina/Tennessee/West Virginia - March 2 - 15, 1865