Confederate Regiments & BatteriesGeorgia


1862
Summer The Macon Artillery was created at Macon under the command of Captain H. N. Ells.
November-December Moved to Virginia and assigned to the Reserve Artillery of the Army of Northern Virginia. Equipped with two 30 pounder Parrott Rifles.
December 13
Battle of Fredericksburg
1863
March-April Assigned to Artillety, D. H. Hill”s Command, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia.
March
Battle of New Bern

The battery was equipped with four 20 pounder Parrott Rifles.

April-July Assigned to Artillery, Department of North Carolina
July-September Assigned to Ransom’s Division, Department of Richmond
September-May Assigned to Artillery, Department of North Carolina
1864
May-October Assigned to Moseley’s Battalion, Artillery, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia. The battery mustered 76 men.
October
Siege of Petersburg

Commanded by Captain Charles W. Slaten and assigned to Moseley’s-Caskie’s-Blount’s Battalion, Artillery, 4th Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.

December 26 The battery was equipped with four 12 pounder Napoleons.
1865
April 9
Appomattox Court House

One officer from the battery surrendered.