|May 16||Company C, 1st North Carolina Artillery Regiment was organized at Charlotte under the command of Captain Thomas H. Brem.|
|August 15||Mustered into state service at Raleigh.|
|August 30||Mustered into Conferedate service. Equipped with six guns. Assigned to the Department of North Carolina.|
|December||Assigned to the District of the Pamlico, Department of North Carolina.|
|April-May||Assigned to Branch’s Brigade, Department of North Carolina.|
|May||Assigned to Branch’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Department of Northern Virginia.|
Hanover Court House
|June-July||Assigned to Deshler’s Artillery Battalion, Department of North Carolina|
|June 25-July 1||
Seven Days Battles
Battle of Malvern Hill
|July 1||Malvern Hill|
|July-August||Assigned to Ransom’s Brigade, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia|
|September||Assigned to Daniel’s Brigade, French’s Command, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia.|
|February||Assigned to Daniel’s Brigade, D.H. Hill’s Command, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia.|
|April||Assigned to Daniel’s Brigade, Department of North Carolina.|
|May||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, Pender’s Division, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
The battery was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Captain Joseph Graham. It was equipped with two Napoleons and two 12-pounder Howitzers
From the marker to the Charlotte Artillery on the Gettysburg battlefield:
July 2. Late in the evening the Napoleons were placed in position here*.
July 3. At 7 A. M. they opened on the Union position but were soon ordered to cease firing as they drew concentrated fire of several batteries. They afterward took part in all the operations of the artillery during the day including the cannonade which preceded Longstreet’s assault. The Howitzers remained in the rear and were not engaged in the battle but held in readiness to resist any advance of the Union forces.
July 4. In the evening about dusk began the march to Hagerstown.
Losses not reported in detail.
*Southwest of Gettysburg along West Confederate Avenue in between the State of Tennessee and State of North Carolina monuments.
|July||Assigned to Poague’s Battalion, Artillery, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
Mine Run Campaign
Battle of North Anna