|Fall||The Macbeth (South Carolina) Artillery was organized from volunteers in the Union District and Berkeley County under the command of Captain Robert Boyce. It was named after Colonel Robert Macbeth of the Union District.|
|November||Assigned to Department of South Carolina.|
|November-December||Assigned to Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.|
|December-June||Assigned to 2nd Military District of South Carolina, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.|
|June-July||Assigned to 1st Military District of South Carolina, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.|
|August||Moved to Virginia and assigned to Evans’ Brigade, Longstreet’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia.|
Lieutenant William Munro was badly wounded.
The battery lost 13 men.
The battery was commanded by Captain Boyce and brought 115 men and 6 guns to the field. Sergeant Thomas E. Dawkins and Private James Rogers were killed, Privates Privates Burr Miller and E. Shirley were mortally wounded and Lieutenant H. F. Scaife and 14 enlisted men were wounded supporting the fighting in the Sunken Road. General Lee praised Caprain Boyce and the battery in his report on the battle.
|October-May||Returned to South Carolina and assigned to 1st Military District of South Carolina, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.|
|April 19||Captain Boyce died of chronic dysentery in Wilmington, North Carolina. Lieutenant Berry Argivis Jeter was promoted to captain and took over command of the battery.|
Moved to Mississippi and assigned to Evans’ Brigade, Breckinridge’s Division, Department of the West.
|June||Assigned to Evans’ Brigade, French’s Division, Department of the West. The battery was equipped with four guns.|
Siege of Jackson
|July-August||Assigned to Artillery Brigade, French’s Division, Department of the West.|
|August-November||Assigned to Reserve Artillery, Department of Mississippiand East Louisiana. The battery was armed with two 6-pounder Smoothbores and two 12-pounder Howitzers.|
|December-May||Returned to South Carolina and assigned to 1st Military District of South Carolina, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The battery mustered 3 officers and 116 men and was equipped with four 6-pounder Smootbores.|
|May-November||Posted to Asheville, North Carolina. Assigned to Palmer’s Brigade, District of Western North Carolina, Department of East Tennessee.|
|March||The battery mustered 5 officers and 92 men.|
|April||The Macbeth Artillery disbanded.|