|February 17||Created in Richmond under the command of Captain Greenlee Davidson.|
|June-July||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, A.P. Hill’s Division, Longstreet’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia. Equipped with two 3″ Rifles, two 6″ smoothbores and two 12 pounder howitzers.|
|June 25-July 1||
Seven Days Battles
The battery suffered 19 casualties.
|July||Assigned to Gregg’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Longstreet’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia|
|August-May||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, A.P. Hill’s Division, Jackson’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia|
Battle of Cedar Mountain
Battle of Warrenton Springs
Battle of Chantilly
Remained at Harpers Ferry and did not participate in the Battle of Sharpsburg (Antietam)
Lieutenant Brander was wounded.
Captain Davidson was mortally wounded at Hazel Grove. Thomas A. Brander took over as captain.
|May-July||Assigned to Pegram’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
The battery was commanded by Captain Brander. It brought 65 men to the field and lost 17 casualties.
From the marker to the battery on West Confederate Avenue at Gettysburg:
Two Napoleons Two 10 Pounder Parrotts
July 1. In position at first on the ridge west of Herr’s Tavern but moved later to a hill east of Willoughby Run about 500 yards from the Union batteries and from that point fired upon the Union infantry with much effect although itself exposed to a heavy fire of canister.
July 2. Occupied this position early in the morning and was engaged at intervals in firing upon the Union lines and batteries.
July 3. Actively participated in all the operations of the artillery including the cannonade preceding Longstreet’s assault.
July 4. Withdrew about sunset and began the march to Hagerstown.
Losses not reported in detail.
|July||Assigned to Pegram’s Battalion, Artillery, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
|November-December||Mine Run Campaign|
Battle of North Anna
Squirrel Level Road
|December||The battery was recorded as being equipped with four 12-pounder Napoleons.|
|April 2||Final Assault on Petersburg|
Commanded by Lieutenant James E. Tyler
Only two enlisted men from the battery surrendered.