|June 21||Organized by Captain John Kaylor Booton, First Lieutenant William Crisp and Second Lieutenant Samueal Chapman.|
|August 30||After a delay caused by an inability to obtain horses and supplies, joined Johnston’s Army at Manassas. The battery was assigned with the Washington Artillery to the Artilery Reserve of Longstreet’s Division.|
|November||Captain Booten resigns to take his seat in the Virginia State Legislature.|
|December 8||William Henry Chapman was elected captain of the battery.|
Battle of Gaines’ Mill
The battery’s baptism of fire. It was equipped with four six-pounder guns.
Battle of Frazier’s Farm
Howard Richards was wounded (possibly onJune 27 at Gaines’ Mill).
|August 18||Assigned to Featherston’s Brigade of R.H. Anderson’s Division|
Battle of Rappahannock Station
Captain Chaman’s brother, Lieutenant Samuel F. Chapman, commanded a section consisting of a 3″ Ordnance Rifle and a 12 pounder Napoleon in an artillery duel. John Knight and Daniel Martin were wounded.
Second Battle of Manassas
Heavily engaged in the fighting along Jackson’s lines at the railroad cut.
|September 7||Temporarily attached to Kershaw’s Brigade of McLaws’ Division|
The battery was not engaged. It was equipped with 1 3″ Ordnance Rifle and 1 Napoleon.
The battery lost Daniel R. Brubaker wounded by an exploding shell and another man missing
|October 2||Returned to Featherston’s Brigade. Captain Chapman was given leave to recruit new members in Page County.|
|October 4||Disbanded as inefficient by Special Order 209. The company was down to two pieces and 32 members, most of whom transferred to the Purcell Artillery. Captain Chapman returned from his recruiting trip to find the battery disbanded, and eventually became seconond in command of Mosby’s Partisan Rangers.|