Confederate Regiments & BatteriesVirginia


“Yorktown Battery”

1862
May 1 Organized by converting Company G, 14th Virginia Infantry Regiment to artillery under the command of Captain Edward R. Young. Assigned to McLaws’s Brigade, McLaws’s Division, Magruder’s Command, Department of Northern Virginia.
May
Siege of Yorktown
May-June Assigned to McLaws’s Brigade, Magruder’s Division, Army of Northern Virginia.
June Assigned to Toombs’s Brigade, McLaws’s Division, Army of Northern Virginia. The battalion mustered 51 men.
July-October Assigned to Brown’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia.
1863
June-July Assigned to Moseley’s Battalion, Artillery, Department of North Carolina.
July-September Assigned to Moseley’s Battalion, Artillery, Ransom’s Division, Department of Richmond.
September-June Assigned to Moseley’s Battalion, Artillery, Department of North Carolina.
1864
May 16
Drewry’s Bluff
May 17-June 14
Bermuda Hundred
June 16, 17 & 18
Assault on Petersburg
June-October
Siege of Petersburg

Assigned to Moseley’s Battalion, Artillery, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia.

October-April Assigned to Moseley’s-Caskie’s-Blounts Battalion, Artillery, 4th Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.
1865
April
Appomattox Court House