Company A: Captain Abram Fuller's Company, was formerly Captain Henry F. Kendrick's Company, and Company B, Baldwin's Squadron. This company was formed by part of Baldwin's Squadron before 1 February 1863. Some of these men had enlisted as early as 4 August 1862. Men from this company were from Russell, Scott, and Washington Counties.
Company B: Captain Gordon W. Rife's Company (Previously Company F(2), 21st Battalion, Infantry and for a short time Company F(1),64th Virginia Mounted Infantry. It is not known exactly when the formation took place. The personnel were mainly residents of Buchanan County. Rife had previously served in the 34th Battalion Virginia Cavalry. It is presumed he was to amass deserters from the 34th Regiment.
Company C: Captain John C. Stanfield's Company was organized on 13 August 1863 in Washington County. Captain Stanfield had previously served in Baldwin's Squadron. This company was formed mostly from men residing in Washington County.
Company D: Captain Martin Ball's Company, was organized 1 May 1863. The company included some men who formerly had served in the 37th Virginia Infantry. The preponderance of the men enlisting into this company lived in Russell County.
Company E: Captain Reese M. Baldwin's Company originally served in Baldwin's Squadron. The original company, (Captain William M. Baldwin's Company), was mustered into Confederate service on 4 August 1862. Most of these men where from Russell and Washington Counties.
Company F: Was Captain William Washington Brown's Company. This company was organized by 8 August 1863 and were men from Tazewell County.
Company G: Captain William O. Moore's Company was organized 1 August 1863, primarily from residents of Wythe County, with significant numbers from Carroll, Grayson, and other surrounding counties.
Company H: Captain Balaam W. Higginbotham's Company, formed by former members of the 188th Militia of Tazewell County, in which Higginbotham was a captain. The date of organization of this company was 15 August 1863. Most members of this company were residents of Tazewell County, Virginia. Some were from Smyth County.
Company I: Captain William P. Samples Company was organized 15 August 1863, with Russell and Tazewell Counties furnishing almost equal numbers to this group.
Company K: Was Captain William P. Samples' Company. This group was organized 15August 1863 from men residing in Russell and Tazewell Counties.
|Clifton, Irvin (? Cliften, Irving)||26 August 1863||Private||A||Russell County||#382, Roll 11|
|Cole, Sampson||10 September 1863||Private||H||Washington County||#382, Roll 11|
|Dye, Alfred||?||Private||D||Russell County 1860 Census|
|Dye, Creed F.||?||Private||C||Washington County|
|Dye, Henry J.||10 October 1863||Private||D||Russell County|
|Dye, Jefferson||1 August 1863||Private||K||Montgomery County|
|Dye, Pryor||10 October 1863||Private||D||Russell County|
|Dye, William||10 October 1863||Private||D||Russell County|
|Mitchell, John||?||Private||C||Washington County||#282, Roll 39|
|Mitchell, Levi||14 July 1863||Private||C||Washington County||#382, Roll 39|
|Mitchell, M. J. C.||1 July 1863||4th Sergeant||G||Wythe County||#382, Roll 39|
|Mitchell, Moses M.||?||Private||H||Tazewell County||#382, Roll 39|
|Mitchell, Robert F.||4 August 1862||Private||E||Russell County||#382, Roll 39|
|Mitchell, William.||4 August 1862||Private||E, C||Russell County||
|Mitchell, William||1 May 1863||Private||D||Russell County||
|*This roster lists men related to Neale. Further research may provide more men to be honored as having served and fought in behalf of their families, properties, honor, and beliefs.|
|At this time there are several excellent sources available on the Internet evoking the historical memories of the 22nd Virginia Cavalry. We suggest you check these sites for more information. We decided providing the information again would be redundant. We do hope our presentation will help those researchers interested in some of the valiant men listed above.|