|April 22||Organized in Pittsylvania County under the command of Captain Lindsay M. Schumaker|
|June||Attached to the Army of the Northwest|
Battle of Corrick’s Ford
|September||Attached to H.R. Jackson’s Brigade, the Army of the Northwest|
Battle of the Greenbriar River
|December||Attached to S.R. Anderson’s Brigade, the Army of the Northwest|
|March||Attached to Fulkerson’s Brigade, Valley District, Department of Northern Virginia|
|April 21||The battery reorganized. Captain George W. Wooding was elected commander. Captain Schumaker was promoted to major and appoint to command of Jackson’s Division Artillery.|
Shenandoah Valley Campaign
Assigned to Artillery Battalion, Jackson’s Division, Valley District, Department of Northern Virginia
|June-July||Assigned to Fulkerson’s-Warren’s-Hampton’s Brigade, Jackson’s Division, Jackson’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia|
|June 25 – July 1||
Seven Days battles
The battery lost 1 man killed and three men wounded.
|August||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, Jackson’s Division, Valley District, Department of Northern Virginia|
Commanded by Captain George W. Wooding. The battery was equipped with one 10-pounder Parrott Rifle and one 3″ Ordnance Rifle. The battery was posted on Nicodemus Heights on the morning of the battle. It lost one man killed, 13 wounded and 1 missing out of 64 men engaged.
|September 26||The battery was reinforced by men and equipment from the Eighth Star New Market Artillery when it was disbanded.|
The battery had 13 men wounded. Captain Wooding was mortally wounded in the thigh. He would die on February 1.
|February||Attached to Hardaway’s-McIntosh’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
|June||Attached to McIntosh’s Battalion, Artillery, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
The battery was commanded by Captain Robert Sidney Rice.
From the War Department markers on the north end of West Confederate Avenue on the Gettysburg battlefield:
Army of Northern Virginia
July 1. In position near Chambersburg Pike west of Herr’s Tavern and firing when Union forces were visible. Enfiladed their line at one time in and near railroad.
July 2. Two guns took position here and were actively engaged under heavy fire of sharpshooters and artillery. The other two guns in reserve.
July 3. All the guns were actively engaged in this position.
July 4. Withdrew at evening to Marsh Creek on Fairfield Road.
Losses not reported in detail.
|July||Assigned to McIntosh’d Battalion,|
The battery had eight men wounded.
Mine Run Campaign
|April 9, 1865||
Surrender of Lee’s army. The battery surrendered 4 officers and 79 men.