Jim, I only have the Record of Events reports for four companies and the regimental staff. Here's the record for Company A:
2 May 1861 - 7 Jul 1861—Station: Acquia Creek.
Remarks: This Company travelled from El Dorado, Arks to Little Rock, a distance of 140 miles, on foot & furnished its own subsistence & transportation. It left home with about 70 men rank & file, well uniformed and is moderately well provided with clothing now, keep themselves clean & decent and would like to be transferred to a position where they could prove themselves equal by drill and behavior to the expectation of their friends at home and their comrades here. Some men left home without uniform and have uniformed at their own expense. This Company marched on foot at its own expense 140 miles from El Dorado to Little Rock.
1 Jan 1862 - 31 Jan 1862—Station: not stated.
1 Sep 1862 - 31 Oct 1862—Station: Knoxville, Tenn.
1 Nov 1862 - 31 Dec 1862—Station: Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Remarks: This Company acted very gallantly on the 1st Jany 1863, as well as maintaining their ground when those on the right & left had fallen back. JOHN W. COLQUITT, Col. Comdg Regt.
1 Jan 1863 - 28 Feb 1863—Station: Tullahoma, Tenn.
Remarks: This Regt left Murfreesboro on the 2nd day of Jany. Marched via Manchester to Allisonia, arriving on the 6th day of Jany. Thence on the 8th to Tullahome, our present station.
1 Jul 1863 - 31 Aug 1863—Station: Harrison, Tenn.
Remarks: Marched from Tyners Station, Tenn. to Graysville, Ga. Aug. 17, 1863, distance 7 miles. Marched from Graysville to Harrison, Tenn. Aug. 21, 1863, distance 12 miles. Marched from Harrison to Thatchers Ferry on Tenn. River, Aug. 23, 1863. Slight skirmish with the enemy, Aug. 26, 1863.
1 Sep 1863 - 31 Oct 1863—Station: Missionary Ridge, Tenn.
1 Nov 1863 - 31 Dec 1863—Station: Tunnel Hill, Ga.
Remarks: This Company was at the battle of Missionary Ridge but was not engaged there. From Missionary Ridge it marched to Ringgold, where it took part in the fight at Taylors Ridge, and from there it marched here to Tunnel Hill, Ga. and is doing picket duty ever since. Lost one man killed and two wounded at Taylors Ridge.
1 Jan 1864 - 29 Feb 1864—Station: Dalton, Ga.
1 May 1864 - 30 Jun 1864—Station: Marietta, Ga.
1 Jul 1864 - 31 Aug 1864—Station: Lovejoy Station, Ga.