|October 4||Formed by the consolidation of the 1st Fluvanna and 2nd Fluvanna Batteries under the command of Captain John L. Massie. Assigned to Nelson’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia|
|April-May||Assigned to Nelson’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
The battery was commanded by Captain John Livingston Massie. It was equipped with one 3″ Ordnance Rifle and three Napoleons and was placed on Benner’s Hill for the bombardment of the Union lines prior to Pickett’s Charge.
July 1.The Battery arrived on the field too late to participate in the engagement of the day.
July 2. Took position on Seminary Ridge 1/4 mile north of Chambersburg Pike. About 11 A. M. moved to the rear of Pennsylvania College and remained until night when the Battery returned to the position of the morning.
July 3. Ordered to the extreme left of Confederate line. At midnight moved with Johnson’s Division to Seminary Ridge.
July 4. Took position on the ridge west of town and at midnight moved on the march to Hagerstown.
No report of casualties or ammunition expended.
|July||Assigned to Nelson’s Battalion, Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia|
Battle of Kelly’s Ford
|November – December||
Mine Run Campaign
Battle of North Anna
|June||Assigned to Nelson’s Battalion, Artillery, Valley District, Department of Northern Virginia|
Captain Massie was killed. Lieutenant Charles G. Snead was promoted to captain and took command of the battery.
Battle of Waynesborough
The battery was overrun and captured along with most of Early’s small force.