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Twenty-Second
South Carolina Infantry Regiment


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Twenty-Second South Carolina Infantry Regiment
(Evan's, Walker's, Elliott's, Wallace's Brigade)
(Tramp Brigade)
Defense of Charleston Harbor
Army of Northern Virginia
Army of Tennessee



(COLONELS AND COMMANDING OFFICERS)

COL. JOSEPH ABNEY
Col. early 1862, Dropped at 5/62 Reorganization

COL. S.D. GOODLETT
Cashiered By Court-Martial by Shank Evans following Kinston

LT.COL.J.H. RION
Commanded briefly during early 1863

LT.COL. JAMES O'CONNELL
Wounded at Boonsboro
Resigned 1/26/64

COL. O.M. DANTZLER
Killed in Action Bermuda Hundreds 6/2/64

COL. D.G. FLEMING(C)
Killed in Action The Crater
Body not Recovered

COL. W.G. BURT
Appointed Col. to rank from 7/64

Major J.N. SHEDD
Promoted Major 12/64

LT. T.N. ABLE


LT. COLONELS: W.G. BURT, S.D. GOODLETT, JAMES O'CONELL, T.C. WATKINS

MAJORS: MIEL HILTON, CICERO ADAMS(C), J.N. SHEDD, H.M. STEWART

Staff:
William Beach
Henry Bieman
Edward Dill (Chap.)
J.D. Dutton
C.E. Flemming (Surg.)
J.H. Holleglad
J.W. Mulegan
J.B. Owens (1Lt.Adj)
Irvin Pearson
T.M. Shaw (Asst.Surg.)
T.J. Steele (QmSgt.)
A. Stewart
W.J. Stewart
D.T. Vaughn (Lt.)
J.W. Wallsdrop
Mcpherson Wright (Capt.)


CoCaptainCountyNickname
AJOSEPH ABNEYEDGEFIELDEDGEFIELD RIFLES*
.CICERO ADAMS(C)..
.R.B. HUGHES..
.W.G. BURT..
.G.B. Lake (1Lt.)..
.L.A. Hill (2Lt.)..
.Samuel Ready (2Lt.)..
.D.T. Vaughn (2Lt.)..
.J.R. Aiton (1Sgt)..
.F.V. Cooper (OrdSgt.)..
BJ.S. WHEELERSPARTANBURG.
.W.A. BENSON..
.A.J. FOSTER..
.R.G. FLEMING..
.Peyton Ballenger (1Lt.)..
.G.B. Lake (1Lt.)..
.Dellingham Ballanger (2Lt.)..
.R.V. Hastings (2Lt.)..
.Wm. Lake (2Lt.)..
.J.S. Morgan (1Sgt)..
CW.W. HENDRIXSPARTANBURG.
.T..J. WAKEFIELD..
.E.J. DEAN..
.A. WAKEFIELD..
.J.M. Calvert (1Lt.)..
.Donald Fleming (1Lt.)..
.Jesse Kemp (1Lt.)..
.J.D. Quattlebaum (2Lt.)..
.J.M. Sizemore (2Lt.)..
.J.T. Thomas (2Lt.)..
.D.M. Wood (2Lt.)..
.Washington Johnson (3Lt.)..
.J.P. McClimons (1Sgt)..
.O.P. Wood (1Sgt)..
DJAMES O'CONNELLPICKENS.
.JOHN MCGRATH..
.J.H. WHITNER..
.T.N. Able (1Lt.)..
.J.G. Brice (1Lt.)..
.G.A. Taylor (1Lt.)..
.J.B. Cobb (2Lt.)..
.R.E. Keyes (2Lt.)..
.Wm. Sims (2Lt.)..
.J.M. Aboitt (3Lt.)..
.G.W. Qualls (3Lt.)..
.J.J. Dickson (1Sgt)..
EMIEL HILTONLANCASTER.
.J.N. SHEDD..
.G.W. Funderburk (1Lt.)..
.J.M. Belk (2Lt.)..
.A.W. Heath (2Lt.)..
.James Small (3Lt.)..
.W.B. Hilton (Lt.)..
.B.R. Hancock (1Sgt)..
.A.T. Walters (1Sgt)..
.T.H. Clyburn(Comsy.Sgt.)..
FJ.M. STEWARTPICKENSHagood Guards
.WM. R. STEWART..
.R.E. STEELE..
.J.Y.H. WILLIAMS..
.J.W. Hunter (1Lt.)..
.J.T. Lewis (1Lt.)..
.A.N. Alexander (2Lt.)..
.B.S. Lynch (2Lt.)..
.F.C. Parson (2Lt.)..
.A.J. Stewart (3Lt.)..
.Elias Gilstrap (1Sgt)..
.W.C. Hillhouse (1Sgt)..
GT.C. WATKINSANDERSON.
.JAMES ORR (1Lt.)..
.J.M. PICKENS..
.JOSUHA JAMISON..
.Robert Stevenson (1Lt.)..
.E.H. Watkins (1Lt.)..
.J.H. Cannon (2Lt.)..
.T.C. Orr Jr. (2Lt.)..
.Hugh Robinson (2Lt.)..
.A.H. Major (3Lt.)..
.A.J. Smith (1Sgt)..
.J.V. McNamee(AQM)..
HJEFFERSON BARTONPICKENS.
.A.C. PEACE..
.J.M. RICHARDSON..
.Joseph Barton (1Lt.)..
.Daniel McKinney (1Lt.)..
.A.D. Bowers (2Lt.)..
.J.M. Harrsion (2Lt.)..
.W.G. Angus (Bvt2Lt.)..
IH.M. HILLHOUSE (MILLHOUSE)ORANGEBURG.
.H.H. SALLEY (SALLY)..
.A.S. SEIGLER..
.A.E. Gleaton (1Lt.)..
.J.W. Johnson (2Lt.)..
.J.J. Sally (2Lt.)..
.J.M. Sally (2Lt.)..
.T.W. Gleaton (Ens.)..
.G.G. Gleaton (Sgt.Major)..
.B.A. Yon (1Sgt)..
.I.A. Yon (1Sgt)..
KM.S. MESSERBARNWELL.
.S.M. CRAWFORD..
.W.R. DAVIS(2Lt.)..
.J.A. Cornwell (1Lt.)..
.T.E. Simmons (1Lt.)..
.Wm. Bibbs (2Lt.)..
.G.W. Campbell (2Lt.)..
.J.V. McNamee (2Lt.)..
.J.H. Reeder (2Lt.)..


*May have common origin with Company D, 14 S.C.V.

For Additional Reading:

ELLIOTT, CHARLES P.: Elliott’s Brigade, How it Held the Crater and Saved Petersburg.

U.D.C.:Recollections and Reminiscences 1861-65:
Individuals:
Adams, Adams, Cicero, Seventh and Twenty-second SCV, Vol. 7, page 216, U.D.C.
Alexander, J.S. Alexander, Twenty-Second S.C.V., Vol. 7, page 252, U.D.C. (Statement that his letters survived at the time of the entry.)
Alexander, J.S., (22nd SCV, Co. D?), Vol. 2,
Crawford, S.M., Capt., Co. K, 22nd SCV, Vol. 2, page 175-244
Dantzler, Colonel O.M. Dantzler, Twenty-second S.C. Infantry, Vol. 9 page 15, U.D.C.
Elliott, Stephen Elliott, Vol. III, page 80
Foster, Edmond, Co D, 22nd SCV, Vol. 5, page 528
Hubbard, John B. Hubbard, Twenty-Second South Carolina, Vol. 11, page 363, U.D.C.
Messer, M.S. Co E, 22nd SCV, Vol. 2, page 501
Nicholson, A.R. Nicholson, Twenty Second SCV – Seventh S.C. Cavalry, Vol. 7, page 220, U.D.C.,
Owens, Owens, Henry (Possibly Twenty-Second SCV), Vol. 8, page 365, U.D.C.
Ready, S.L., co A, 22 SCV, Vol. 3, page 200
Turner, Letters, Jeptha Turner, Twenty-Second SCV, Vol. 7 pages 441, 442, 443, 444, U.D.C.
Rosters and Other:
Co. G, History, Vol. III, page 26

I am informed by Buddycolt420@aol.com that a pamphet called "Goodlett to the Public" by Colonel S.D. Goodlett was published after he was removed from service. See below link for contents.



Twenty-Second S.C. Vols. Infantry, Battles and Stations
DateBattle or CityLocationCommanding OfficerBrigadeDivisionCorps
12/61CharlestonUnit OrganizedCol. Joseph Abney...
6/16/62Secessionville. Col. S.D. Goodlett...
8/23/62Rappahannock Station.Col. S.D. GoodlettEvan's BrigadeIndependentFirst Corps
08/29-8/30-62Second ManassasChinn HouseCol. S.D. Goodlett Evans' BrigadeIndependentFrist Corps
09/14/62Boonsboro.Lt. Col. T.C. WatkinsEvans' BrigadeIndependentFirst Corps
...Major M. Hilton...
09/17/62SharpsburgCenterMajor M. HiltonEvans' BrigadeHood’s DivisionLongstreet’s Corp
12/31/62Kinston/GoldsbourghNorth CarolinaCol. S.D. GoodlettEvans' BrigadeMajor General Samuel French, Dept. of N.C./PetersburgMajor General Gustavus W. Smith, Dept. of N.C. and Southern Virginia
4/63South Carolina.Lt. Col. J. O'Connell..Dept. of S.C., Ga., and Fla.
5/25/63Move to Mississippi.Lt. Col. J. O’ConnellEvans' BrigadeLorning’s Division.
05/63Jackson, MississippiMississippiLt. Col. J. O’ConnellEvans' BrigadeFrench's DivisionBreckinridge Corps
08/10/63Savannah, Ga..Lt. Col. J. O’ConnellEvans' Brigade.Dept. of S.C., Ga., and Fla.
9/07/63Charleston, S.C.* .Lt. Col. J. O’ConnellEvans' Brigade.Dept. of S.C., Ga., and Fla.
5/16/64Wilmington, N.C. .Lt. Col. O.M. Dantzler Walker’s BrigadeHoke's DivisionW.H.C. Whiting (Third Military District, N.C.)
5/64Virginia.Lt. Col. O.M. DantzlerWalker’s BrigadeHoke's DivisionBeauregard's Command
5/17-6/16-64Bermuda Hundreds.Col. David FlemingWalker’s BrigadeHoke’s/Johnson's DivisionBeauregard’s Command
5/20/64Hewlett’s Farm/ Ware Bottom Church Bermuda Hundred Lt. Col. O.M. Dantzler KIA-6/2/64 Walker’s Brigade, General Walker Wounded and Captured Hoke's DivisionBeauregard's Command
...Col. David FlemingCol. Stephen Elliott..
5/28/64Stephen Elliott takes command of Brigade.Lt. Col. O.M. DantzlerElliott's BrigadeJohnson’s DivsionBeauregard’s Command
7/30/64The Crater.Col. David Fleming/KElliott’s Brigade, General Stephen Elliott/WJohnson’s DivisionBeauregard's Command
...Capt. J.N. SheddCol.Wm. Wallace..
8/64Petersburg .Col. W.G Burt Wallace’s Brigade Johnson’s DivisionBeauregard's Command
...Major J.N. Shedd...
...Lt. T.N. Able...
9/20/64Wm. H. Wallace promoted to General.Major J.R. CulpWallace’s BrigadeJohnson’s DivisionBeauregard’s Command
3/25/64Fort Steedman.Col. W.G. BurtWallace’s BrigadeJohnson’s Division Fourth or Anderson’s Corps
3/29/64Battle of Lewis Farm.Col. W.G. BurtWallace’s BrigadeJohnson’s Division Fourth or Anderson’s Corps
3/31/65Gravelly Run.Col. W.G. BurtWallace’s BrigadeJohnson’s DivisionPickett’s Mobile Force
3/30-4/1-65Five Forks.Col. W.G. BurtWallace's BrigadeJohnson's DivisionPickett's Mobile Force
4/6/65Sayler’s Creek.Col. W.G. BurtWallace's BrigadeJohnson’s DivisionFourth or Anderson’s Corps
04/09/65Appomattox.Col. W.G. BurtWallace's BrigadeJohnson’s DivisionFourth or Anderson’s Corps


*At this time serious efforts begin to separate units of the Evans' Brigade. They are moved to different districts and the 18th goes to Florida. Evans is brought forward on charges and the matter proceeds to Richmond for the eye of the President. Eventually the Brigade minus the MacBeth Artillery will be brought back together in Wilmington under new command. One of the most difficult issues is the continuing disagreement between the Colonels of the command and Evans. It reflects poorly on all involved and probably cost McMaster’s and Bendow the most. Bendow is a distinguished soldier and probably would have achieved General’s rank anywhere but where he found himself. McMaster’s was also well loved and a more than adequate commander. S.D. Goodlett, another Colonel, was cashiered at Kinston which was the beginning of the open warfare between the Colonels and General Evans.


Goodlett to the Public Evan's Brigade BrigadeArmy of Northern Virginia and Army of TennesseeDefense of Col. S.D. GoodlettCharges brought by Evans
Twenty-Second South Carolina Infantry Evan's Brigade BrigadeArmy of Northern Virginia and Army of TennesseeCompany B Roster
Letters from Wm. Green - Sixteenth and Twenty-Second South Carolina Infantry Evan's Brigade BrigadeArmy of Northern Virginia and Army of TennesseeCompany B Roster
Twenty-Second South CarolinaEvan’s Brigade Army of Northern Virginia and Army of Tennessee Description of papers and letters of James Earle Hagood. Hagood Guards, Co. F, 22nd South Carolina Regiment, is a tribute of respect to Hagood.University of South Carolina


Can you help, with more information, will you?batsonsm@bellsouth.net
To return to S.C. Bibliography, Page One
(Infantry)


To return to S.C. Bibliography, Page Two
(Cavalry)


To return to S.C. Bibliography, Page Three
(Artillery)




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