|May 2||Organized under the command of Captain Thomas E. Jackson from men of Hale’s Battery after it was captured at Fort Donelson and recruits from the 8th Virginia Cavalry. Assigned to Jenkins’ Brigade, Department of Southwestern Virginia|
|June||Assigned to Jenkins’ Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of Northern Virginia|
The battery was commanded by Captain Thomas E. Jackson and consisted of 54 men.
From the War Department marker on the Gettysburg battlefield:
Army of Northern Virginia
July 3. The Battery was attached to Jenkins’ Cavalry Brigade and took part in the fight here on the right wing of the Confederates not far from the Rummel barn but its limited supply of ammunition was soon exhausted and it was withdrawn.
Losses not reported.
|July||Assigned to Horse Artillery Battalion, Cavalry Division, Army of Northern Virginia|
|August||Assigned to Department of West Virginia and East Tennessee|
|February||Assigned to the Department of Western Virginia|
|October||Horse Artillery Battalion, Lomax’s Cavalry Division, Valley district, Department of Northern Virginia|
|March||Assigned to Johnston’s Battalion, Horse Artillery, Cavalry Corps, Army of Northern Virginia but attached to Lomax’s Cavalry Division, Valley District.|
|April||Disbanded in North Carolina.|