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Muster Roll of Company B

 Twenty-Second Battalion, Georgia Heavy Artillery

Company B was originally Co. K, 25th Georgia Infantry Regiment - changed 26Nov1862

This company was originally attached to the 1st Regiment, Wise Legion (46th Regiment Virginia Infantry). The company was ordered to report as a company of the 4th Battalion Virginia Infantry by S.O. #236 (23 Nov 1861). The battalion was never formed and the company was ordered back to Georgia, by S.O. #242 (27 Nov 1861). This company became 1st Co. K, 25th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, and finally became Co B of the 22nd Battalion Georgia Heavy Artillery by S.O. #652 HQ District of Georgia (26 Nov 1862).

This muster roll is copied for private research only from Georgia Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 - Unit Roster Volume III [pp.168-169] edited by Janet B. Hewett, arranged by Joyce Lawrence, published by Broadfoot Publishing Company, Wilmington, NC, 1998. Thanks also go to Dennis Miller, John Griffin, Davine Campbell et al. Sources. --Steve Scroggins

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22nd Battn GA Heavy Artillery, Co. A | 10th Battn GA Infantry, Co. A | 59th GA Infantry Regiment, Co.C


Company "B", 22nd Battallion GA Heavy Artillery

Officers:

McMULLIN, Mark J., Major - Captain - September 2, 1861. Captured at Fort Pulaski, Georgia April 11, 1862. Exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia November 10, 1862. Elected Captain of Company B, 22nd Battalion Georgia Heavy Artillery November 26, 1862; Major February 6, 1863. On detached duty April 1864. No later record.

BLOW, John H., 1st Lt. - Jr. 2nd Lieutenant - September 2, 1861. Elected 2nd Lieutenant September 1862. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry as 2nd Lieutenant November 26, 1862. Elected 1st Lieutenant. Resigned June 29, or July 3, 1863.

HILTON, James L., 1st Lt. - Private - September 2, 1861. Transferred to Company A 25th GA Inf, Retransferred to this Co. K October 18, 1862. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862. Elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant September 28, 1863; 1st Lieutenant October 14, 1863. Captured at Fayetteville, North Carolina March 15, 1864. Released at Johnson’s Island, Ohio June 17, 1865.

HOLT, James W., 1st Lt. -- 1st Sergeant - September 2, 1861. Elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant September 1862; 1st Lieutenant. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862. Dismissed from service by order of General Court Martial October 14, 1863.

MONTFORD, T.W., 1st Lt. -- 1st Lieutenant - September 2,1861. Died at home September 27, 1862.

WILLIAMS, William Seymour, 1st Lt. -- Private - September 2, 1861. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862. Elected 2nd Lieutenant July 11, 1863; 1st Lieutenant in 1863. Resigned November 3, 1863.

MATHIS, John B. Jr., 2nd Lt. 

SUTTON, J.D.N., Lt.  -- 2nd Lieutenant - September 2, 1861. Captured at Fort Pulaski, Georgia April 11, 1862. Exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia November 10, 1862.

TARRER, HENRY F., 2nd Lt. -- Private - September 2, 1861. Captured at Fort Pulaski, Georgia April 11, 1862. Exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia August 5, 1862. Appointed 4th Sergeant September 1862. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry as 4th Sergeant November 26, 1862. Elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant March 27, 1863. Resigned on account of ill health August 22, 1863. Resignation accepted September 1, 1863.


Sergeants

ADAMS, James Shade, Sgt. - Private - September 2, 1861. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry and appointed 1st Corporal November 26, 1862. Appointed 3rd Sergeant. Paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina hospital April 28, 1865.

BARNES, Elias, Sgt. - Private - September 2, 1861. Transferred to Company B, 22nd Battalion Georgia Heavy Artillery November 26, 1862. Appointed 4th Sergeant. Surrendered, Greensboro, North Carolina April 26, 1865.

BRIDGES, William Jasper, 1st Sgt - 3rd Sergeant September 2, 1861. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry and appointed 1st Sergeant November 26, 1862. Surrendered, Greensboro, North Carolina April 26, 1865.

CHILDS, Benjamin D., Sgt. - 4th Sergeant - September 2, 1861. Died of measles at White Sulphur Springs, Virginia October 22, 1861. Buried in Macon County, Georgia - Per Bill Childs, Benjamin Daniel Childs, son of Joel N. Childs, was born 16-Jan-1832, killed 27-Oct-1861 in Virginia. Moved to Macon Co. 1833.

ELLIS, T.V., Sgt. -- Private - September 2, 1861. Died at Big Sewell October 2, 1861.

GAINES, A.J.(Andrew Jackson), Sgt. -- Private - September 2, 1861. Captured at Fort Pulaski, Georgia April 11, 1862. Exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia August 5, 1862. Appointed 2nd Sergeant September 1862. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862. Roll for December 31, 1864, last on file, shows him present. No later record.

NORRIS, Alexander W. Sgt. -- Private - September 2, 1861. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry and appointed 3rd Sergeant November 26, 1862. Sick in General Hospital at Charleston, South Carolina November-December 1864. Captured, date and place not given. Released at Point Lookout, Maryland June 29, 1865. Buried in Red Hill Cemetery in Macon County, Georgia

TAYLOR, James, Sgt. -- 5th Sergeant - September 2, 1861. Roll for December 1861, last on which borne, shows him at home on sick furlough. Died, relapse from measles, at home in Macon County, Georgia January 2, 1862. 1st Corporal September 2, 1861.


 

Corporals

BABB, John E.

BARFIELD, D.G. - Private - September 2, 1861. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862. Appointed 2nd Corporal. Surrendered, Greensboro, NorthCarolina April 26, 1865. (Signed as Pension witness for W.J. Taylor filed in Colquitt Co. GA., Dearing Barfield filed Turner Co. GA. Brother of Pinkney & Cornelius Barfield

HILL, Waid

JOHNSON, George R. -- 4th Corporal - September 2, 1861. Died at home December 14, 1861.

MELTON, John C. Cpl.

TAYLOR, Christian Noah, Cpl. -- 3rd Corporal September 2, 1861. Appointed 1st Corporal April 20, 1862. Transferred to Company A, in 1862. Returned to this company [K] October 18, 1862. Transferred to Company B, 22nd Battalion Georgia Heavy Artillery November 26, 1862. Surrendered, Greensboro, North Carolina April 26, 1865.

WADDILL (or WADDELL), Pleasant A., Cpl. -- 2nd Corporal - September 2, 1861. Died at home September 12, 1862.

WHITTINGTON, George W., Cpl. -- Private - September 2, 1861. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862. Appointed Corporal. Surrendered, Greensboro, North Carolina April 26, 1865. - (Listed as age 22 with wife Sarah in 1860 Taylor Co. Census p.832 Reynolds, HN21 FN 21 with 5 children and mother, Miriam, 43).


Privates:

ASBURY, Thomas B. - Private - September 2, 1861. Appointed 1st Sergeant September 1862. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862. Roll for December 31, 1864, last on file, shows him at home on sick furlough. No later record.

BANKSTON, J.L.

BAREFIELD, R. (??? - see Barfield, Rogers below.)

Barfield, Rogers -- Private - September 2, 1861. Captured at Fort Pulaski, Georgia April 11, 1862. Died of pneumonia at Fort Delaware,.Delaware July 15, 1862.

BARFIELD, Camilus D. (Cornelius?)- Private - September 2, 1861. Died at Lewisburg, Virginia November 26, 1861. Cornelius? Cornelius D. Barfield was brother of D.G. Barfield and Pinkney Barfield.

BARFIELD, Jesse Bud (obituary) - one of 4-5 men who transferred from Co. A 10th Battn GA Volunteers. Died 16-Jan-1905. Burial at Barfield-Shepherd Cemeteries, Whitewater Creek, off GA. 127, Macon Co. Signed as Pension witness for J.F. Clark filed Taylor County. National Archive Microfilm Box M226, Roll3.

BARFIELD, Lewis T. - Buried at Mt. Zion Baptist Church Cemetery. Filed for Pension in Macon Co.

BARFIELD, Pinkney - Private - September 2, 1861. Appointed 2nd Sergeant October 1861. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862; to Engineer Corps November 1, 1864. No later record. ( Bible info) - ( b. 26 Aug 1831. m. Eliza Catherine Dalton 3-Dec-1865, died 16-May-1926. Filed for Pension in Muscogee Co. GA. Signed as Pension witness for D.C. Madden, Henry M. Brown, and widow Mrs. Eliza Hilton, all filed Muscogee Co. GA

BARKER, Silas

BATTON, B.R.

BELL, T.S.

BERRY, John W.

BERRYHILL, Andrew

BIRD, A.F.

BOWLES, John D.

BRADY, W.G.

BRANTLEY, William H.

BRIDGES, Benjamin

BRIDGES, C.H.

BRIDGES, James - Private - September 2, 1861. Transferred from Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry November 26, 1862. Sick at Charleston, S.C. December 24, 1864. No later record.

BROOKS, C.B.

BROOKS, Ricey M. - Private - September 2, 1861. Captured at Fort Pulaski, Georgia April 11, 1862. Died at Fort Delaware, Delaware August 5, 1862.

BROOKS, W.P.

BROWN, H.M. - Pinkney Barfield signed as Pension witness, filed Muscogee Co. GA for Henry M. Brown

BROWN, J.C.

BROWN, W.F.

BRYANT, W.H.

BUCKLEY, J.

BUCKNER, James M. - Per UDC, buried at Buckner cemetery in Talbot Co., GA

BURNEY, W. H.

BYCKE, C.E.,

BYCKE, L.E.

CADY, M.N.

CADY, Thomas N.

CHURCH, F.G.

CLARK, J.F. - J.B. Barfield signed as Pension witness filed Taylor Co. GA 1901. Per gg-grandson, Dan Clark, John F Clark was born about Nov1844, died 16-Aug-1918, buried Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery, Taylor Co. GA. Tombstone indicates Co. B, 22nd. Listed in 1880 Taylor Co. Census as JT Clark. Listed in 1860 Macon Co. Census as age 14. Married Angeline Green?, Gaines? Or Gunn? In Macon Co. 1866. Per Hay's Macon Co. History, John Clark enlisted 25-Dec-1862 a month after he turned 18. Widow filed for pension 1918. UDC confirms John F Clark AND John A. Clark buried at Bethlehem.

CLARK, William B.

CLOUD, Elijah

CLOUD, J.M.

CORDELL, G.C.

COX, Cullen H.

COXWELL, Henry L.

COXWELL, J.J.

CRUTCHFIELD, Thomas

DANFORTH, Augustus A.

DAVIES, John O.

DAVIS, J.R.

DINKINS, John M.

DUFFY, John W.

DUNCAN, E.W.

DUNCAN, J.M.

DUNCAN, James M.

EDGE, Arnuldus B. - transferred to Co. A 10th Battn Infantry 1863.  Transfer Info

EDGEWORTH, G.

EDGEWORTH, R.

EDWARDS, J.H.

EDWARDS, M.A.

ETHRIDGE, W.G.

FELTON, J.M.

FIELDS, S.S.

FLOWERS, J.H.

FOUNTAIN, J.K.P. - FOUNTAIN James K.P. listed in 1860 Taylor Co. Census [p.829, HN2, FN2] as age 15.

GAINES, George M.

GARDNER, G.E.

GARDNER, L.S.

GILMORE, Matthew B. - Matthew B. Gilmore was a life long resident of Macon County. He became Sherriff of Macon County in 1880, and served in that capacity for 14 years. He died at the age of 76 years in March 1911. Quote from his obit: "He was a typical Southern gentlemen of the old school, and was loved and honored by all who knew him." Buried  Gilmore/Melton Cemetary in Macon County. - per Fiona Siobhan Powell

GILMORE, Thomas - believed to be brother of Matthew B. Gilmore.  Thomas attended Matthew's funeral in 1911. Thomas died later in 1911. Buried Gilmore/Melton Cemetary in Macon County. - per Fiona Siobhan Powell

GODBY, Stephen

GRANTHAM, Washington J.

GROVER, John R.

GUY, J.W.

HALL, John

HALL, Wiley

HALL, Z.W.

HAMBRICK, J.T. - related to Michael L Hambrick?

HANKINSON, Richard (HANKERSON) - Per UDC, Richard H. Hankerson is buried at Bethlehem PB Church Cemetery, Taylor Co.

HARRIS, E.A.

HARRIS, W.H.

HAUGABOOK, J.G.

HAUGABOOK, Wolfe D.

HAWKINS, M.T.

HILTON, T.J. - Pinkney Barfield signed as Pension witness for widow, Mrs. Eliza Hilton, filed Muscogee Co.

HOFF, H.P.

HOFF, J.M.

HOLLAND, Lewis R.

HOLLEHAN, Thomas

HOWELL, John S.

HUBBARD, William - HUBBARD, William W.W. listed in 1860 Taylor Co. Census [p.881 HN354 FN339] as age 20, with wife, Nancy A., age 21, and son William A., age 4 mo.

HUDSON, C.A.

HUMBRIC, J.T.

JONES, G.T.

JONES, James

JONES, O.S.

JONES, Wright

KILPATRICK, Rufus

KING, Charles B.

KING, J.J.

KLECHLEY, Daniel

KLECHLEY, David H.

LAMB, A.B.

LAMB, J.F.

LANIER, W.H.

LEWIS, J.A.

LOWE, A.A.

MANGHAM, S.W.

MARTIN, John H.

MATHIS, J.E.B.

MATHIS, Levi

MATTOX, T.T.

McCARTY, Darling

McGLAMERY, Rufus

McKENZIE, T.H.

McLENDON, George

McMULLAN, Neal

McMULLEN, R.M.

MILLER, John H.

MOORE, E.Y.

MOREL, Charles H.

MORROW, W.H.H.

MOULTON, Francis M.

MOULTON, Thomas J.

MOXLEY, A.S.

MURPHY, James

MURRAY, John J. - listed in the 1860 Taylor Co. Census [p. 881 HN353 FN338] as age 19 with father, Arza, 49, and mother, Mary A., 51.

NIPPER, W.A.

NORRIS, Samuel J.

OLIVER, William T.

OWENS, S.B.

PARTIN, Robert

PARTIN, William

PEARCE, L.A.

POWELL, J.A.

RANKIN, J.L.

RICKS, I.J.

RICKS, John T. - Per UDC, buried at Crowell Methodist Church cemetery.

RICKS, William W.

RIED, A.T.

ROBINSON, Clark J.

RODGERS, J.C.

SATTERWHITE, A.

SHEALEY, Martin L.

SHIELDS, A.J.

SHIRAH, A.

SIMPSON, J.F.

SMITH, Daniel A.

SMITH, J.W. - From: "History of Macon County" by Louise F. Hays,"Muster Roll of Company B, 22d Battalion - Georgia Heavy Artillery, C. S. A. Macon County, Georgia 1862: SMITH, James W. - Private. Feb. 1, 1863. Roll for Dec. 31, 1864, last on file, shows him present. - Buried in Mt. Zion.
From: "Cemeteries of Macon County, Georgia"
James W. Smith - Born February 8, 1832 - Died October 15, 1905 - Co. C. 12th Ga. Inf. CSA. Buried in Mt. Zion Lutheran Cemetery beside his wife, Mary Catherin, wife of Jas. W. Smith [ Born August 7, 1841 - Died January 23, 1890. & on the other side of him is buried: Mollie, wife of James W. Smith [Mary L. Gregory Smith] - Born October 24, 1853 - Died January 31, 1930]

SMITH, M.V.

SMITH, Stephen B.

SMITH, William

SOUTER, J.T.

SOUTER, Jacob W. - transferred to Co. A 10th Battn GA Infantry - Died 1863. Mentioned in ML Hambrick's letters. Per Dennis Miller, he was only in 10th Battn Co. A.

SOUTER, John - transferred from Co. A 10th Battn GA Infantry Married Elizabeth Barfield, sister of Jesse Bud Barfield.

SOUTER, Joseph S.

STEGMIRE, J.G.

STUBBS, Edward W.

SUTTON, J.W.

SUTTON, T.W.

TAUNTON, George W. - listed in 1860 Taylor Co. Census [p.842, HN100, FN100] as age 28 with wife Mary Ann, 27 and four children. Also listed as age 20 [p. 835, HN56, FN31 and HN53, FN48 with Emily, 24].

TAYLOR, W.J. - D.G. Barfield signed as Pension witness on application filed Colquitt Co. GA.

THARPE, J.G.

THOMPSON, John W.

TILLER, R.M.

TOWLES, D.F.

TURNER, Julius - listed in 1860 Taylor Co. Census [p.850, HN161, FN152] as age 32 with wife, Martha B, 28 and three children.

TURNER, T.H.

ULMER, W.H.

ULMS, J.O.

UNDERWOOD, J.H.

VINCENT, C.S.

WADSWORTH, C.J. Music

WALKER, William - WALKER, William A. listed on the 1860 Taylor Co. Census [p.915, HN608, FN590] no age given, with widowed mother, Mary A., 41, and siblings.

WEBB, G.B.

WEBB, W.G.

WHALEN, Thomas

WHALEY, James

WHITE, J.W.

WHITE, W.F.

WHITE, William

WICKER, James M.

WIGGINS, W.A.

WILLIAMS, E.

WILLIAMS, H.W.

WILLIAMS, Henry

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Orders and Movements

Summary: under construction....

Mr. Scroggins, as far as I know the 22nd Georgia Batt. Heavy Artillery Co.B "Wise Guards" were for a time based at Fort Jackson in Savannah. Then I believe they were sent to Fort McAllister on the Ogeechee River and some of them were captured when the Federals overran the works there in 1864. Also the "Wise Guards" were primarily and only infantry, however they were not the only infantry company in the 22nd. There were two other companies:(A Co.(Bartow's Artillery),(B Co.(Wise Guards),(C&D Co.(Oglethorpe Heavy Artillery),(E Co.(Emmett Rifles), and (F Co.(Montgomery Guards).Companies C & D "Oglethorpes Heavy Artillery" were stationed at the Battery Tattnall across the river from Fort Jackson, Company E.the "Emmett Rifles" to my unit little is known of, however Company F. "Montgomery Guards" was with the part of Company B that was captured at Fort McAllister in 1864. I believe that the remaining members of all the 22nd's companies surrender in Goldborough, North Carolina in 1865. ----Private James F. Dunigan III, 22nd Georgia Heavy Artillery Co. A, "Bartow's Artillery"  http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=topics.Military.united-20-states.civwar.uscwga.civilwar&m=4082.4237.4246.4256

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Transfer Orders: 4-5 men transferred between Co.A of the 10th Batallion GA Infantry and Co.B of the 22nd Batallion GA Heavy Artillery.

"Adjutant & Inspector General's Office, Richmond, November 11, 1863. Special Orders No. 268"....para. XIX. "The following named privates are mutually transferred each to the others command, all parties consenting, provided no expense to the Confederate States be thereby incurred: J.B. Barfield, Company A, Tenth Battalion Georgia Volunteers; A.B. Edge, Company B, Twenty-second Battalion Georgia Artillery."  [Source: Dennis Miller]

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Obituaries & Documents

Jesse Bud Barfield Obituary

The Butler Herald: Volume 29, # 11, January 17, 1905 [Source: Davine V. Cambell
Abstracted: by Marilyn Neilser Windham. [ 17Jan1905 was a Tuesday --Steve Scroggins ]

J. B. Barfield died at his home on Monday. Had a stroke of paralysis. Was 65 years of age. Leaves wife and 5 sons and 2 daughters, Messrs. William, Berry, John, Thomas, and Monroe Barfield. Miss Mary Eliza[Liza] and Mrs. Isiah[Isaac] Barfield.

Burial in Barfield-Shepherd Cemeteries, Whitewater Creek, Macon County, GA (off GA127); also buried there are (*as listed) BARFIELD: Allen s/Enos b.1848 (no death date); W. 7months; Donice G. 32 months; George L. 4 months; Georgia Ann W/Allen (*note do not know if this means wife or widow of 'Allen'?); b. 3 Dec 1853 d.19 Feb 1890; James Owen b. 8 Feb 1868 d. 26 May 1889; Jesse Bud* b. 1836 d. 1905; Lester R. 3 days; Rebecca Ann Brooks b. 7Sep 1841 d. 26 Nov 1890; First name is 'T'. middle is (R or D?) 7 mos 5 days; Tommy S. 7 days. [---Susan Register Collier]

Allen BAREFIELD m. 18 Feb 1869 Taylor Co., GA to Georgia Ann SHEPHERD d/o William Riley SHEPHERD & Lucercia Irene DYERS.

Source: Essie Jones (Mrs. Bussey Jones) Childs, [ITAL:]They Tarried in Taylor County (A Georgia County) 1860, 1870, 1880, & 1900 Census Records, County Records, Church Records, & Family Records[:ITAL] (Post Office Box 2024, Warner Robins, GA 31099-2024: Central Georgia Genealogical Society, Inc, 1992)p. 26 ----Nadine act5788@ix.netcom.com

 

Pinkney Barfield Obituary

Pinkney Barfield Bible record:

Pinckney Barfield b. 26 Aug 1831, d. 16-May-1926. m. Eliza Catherine Dalton (b. 11 march 1845 d. 27 Jan 1906) on 3-Dec-1865. Children: Mary Lula Barfield b. 14 July 1866 d. 15 Sep 1902:- Edna Barfield b. 5 Sep. 1868 m. 28 Nov 1900 to William Edgar Graddy: _Laura C. Barfield b. 11 June 1873 d.1 Sep 1927:- John Wortham Barfield b. 25 Feb 1871 m. 18 May 1899 to Julia Irene Roper;-Alice Barfield b. 3 Dec 1875 m. on 3 Dec 1895 to Shipley Joseph Barbour (next to that she wrote d. 13 Jun 1921):- Lucy Barfield b. 12 Oct 1878 (no other inf.):- Susie Bud Barfield b. 21 Sep 1881 m 24 Nov 1901 Warren Mercer Graddy (d. 6 June 1930);-Grover Cleveland Barfield b. 7 Sep 1884 m. Louise Calhoun (no other inf.). [---Susan Register Collier from Patsy English ] http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Ga/MaconBibl/18

 

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Sources: Dennis Miller, John Griffin, Davine V. Campbell , Georgia Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 - Unit Roster Volume III pp. 168-169 by Janet B. Hewett, Macon County, Georgia Genealogy , Official Records, Index to Georgia Confederate Pension Files transcribed by Virgil D. White, The National Historical Publishing Co., Waynesboro, TN - 1996. Sybil Willingham provided UDC burial records for Taylor Co. veterans.

 


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