|May 22||Organized as Company E of the 11th Georgia Artillery Battalion using Lane’s Artillery Battery. Commanded by Captain John Lane. Assigned to Cutt’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia.|
|June 25-July 1||
Seven Days Battles
|July||Redesignated as Company C when the battalion’s original Company C disbanded.|
The battery was equipped with two 20-pounder Parrott Rifles, three 3″ Navy Parrott Rifles, and one Whitworth Rifle.
|April 4||Captain Lane was promoted to major of the Sumter Artillery Battalion. Captain John T. Wingfield took over command of the battery.|
|May-July||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, R.H. Anderson’s Division, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
The battery was commanded by Captain John T. Wingfield, who was wounded on July 3. It was equipped with two 20-pounder Parrott Rifles and three 3″ Navy Parrott Rifles.
From the marker for the battery on West Confederate Avenue:
July 2. In position here actively engaged and exposed all the while to a heavy fire from the Union artillery.
July 3. Remained here and took part in all artillery conflicts of the day including that which preceded Longstreet’s assault.
July 4. Withdrew about sunset and began the march to Hagerstown.
Losses Wounded 9 Missing 2
Ammunition expended 406 rounds. Horses killed or disabled 20.
|July||Assigned to Cutt’s Battalion, 3rd Corps Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia|
Mine Run Campaign
Battle of North Anna
Captured with Walker’s artillery train