First, battle Cumberland Gap, no loss. Second, battle near
Tazewell, East Tennessee. Afterwards went with Gen. Bragg through Kentucky, and
came out with old Buell behind.
December 1862 - Sam Williams died at Chickasaw Bayou. June 1863 - Tom Bonner and John Thomas wounded at Vicksburg and died. November 28, 1863 - Lt. Cox wounded at Missionary Ridge and disabled for war; also W. M. Argo, wounded at Missionary Ridge slightly. February 1864 - Lieutenant J. F. Williams killed at Rocky Face Ridge and Capt. Mitchell wounded. May 10, 1864 - John Johnson wounded near Dalton. May 15, 1864 - T. M. Armistead, James McAfee,
James Fowler, A. C. Mitchell and J. J. Stark wounded at Resace. May 25, 1864 - David Malcolm killed near New Hope Church; J. J. Daws, Azariah Head, Amos Green and T. M. Clegg wounded. June 18, 1864 - Louis Knight killed near Kennesaw Mountain. July 12, 1864 - George Cawley and Wm. Turnbull killed after crossing Chattahooche near Atlanta. July 20, 1864 - J. S. Eason wounded on Peachtree Creek; D. H. Wiliams wounded near Rolling Mill July 22. T. S. Edmonds wounded at Nashville 16th December 1864; A. C. Mitchell, J. W. Stark and E. M. Jackson wounded at Kinston, N. C.; J. S. Eason and B. F. Blassingame wounded at Bentonville, N. C., last engagement. August 7, 1864 - Our pickets driven from their pits and occupied by the enemy's companies K, I, and K reinforce and recapture picket line, but soon were compelled to leave it before a regular line of the enemy. C. A. Cox and W. H. Sorrells, Co. H. captured with Capt. Hill and others of Co. I. August 19, 1864 - Almost the whole of Co. H, while on picket about dark, was shocked by lightning, and several members were disabled and sent to hospital for a considerable time. September 18, 1864 - Army left Lovejoy for a trip into Tennessee. octover 30, 1864 - Division at Florence Ala; small force of enemy left on our arrival. November 1st - Lt. J. M. Gresham with five members of Co. H, viz. Sergt. J. W. Huff, A. C. Mitchell, G. W. Eason, B. T. Blassingame and G. A. Knight, while on scouting expedition came upon and routed a company of Yankee cavalry after a sharp engagement, capturing for our spoils a middling of meat, which was highly prized. November 20, 1864 - Resumed the march through Tennessee. November 26-27 - Occupied Columbia City after driving enemy from town. November 30 - Fight at Franklin, Tenn; Hood defeats enemy with heavy loss to Confederates. December 15 - Fight at Nashville began.
December 16 - Engagement general, Confederates overpowered and driven from position late in the evening.