|March 25||Organized by the conversion of Company H, 16th Infantry, to artillery service, under the command of Captain Charles R. Grandy. Assigned to Department of Norfolk.|
|May||Battery armed with two 12-lb. Napoleons, two 12-lb. Howitzers, and two 3-inch Rifles|
|June 8||Part of the battery was split off to form the Norfolk Artillery Battery under Captain Frank Huger.|
|July||Attached to Artillery, Department of North Carolina|
|December||Attached to Artillery Battalion, Anderson’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
|May||Attached to Artillery Battalion, Heth’s Division, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
Captain Grandy took 106 men into the fight with two 3 Inch Ordnance Rifles and two 12 pounder howitzers.
From the War Department marker on the field at Gettysburg:
July 1 Arrived on the field in the afternoon but was not engaged.
July 2 The Rifles took position here in the morning and participated during the afternoon and evening in the artillery duel with the Union batteries on Cemetery Hill.
July 3 Ordered to the south side of McMillan’s Woods and held all day in reserve without firing a shot though sometimes under fire.
July 4 The Howitzers were never actively engaged in the battle but on this day were placed in a position here. At night they rejoined the Rifles and with them began the march to Hagerstown. Losses not reported in detail.
|July||Transferred to Garnett’s-Richardson’s Battalion, Artillery, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
|July 14||Falling Waters|
|November-December||Mine Run Campaign|
|May 23-26||North Anna|
|June||Petersburg Siege begins|
Captured as part of Walker’s column with 1 Warrant Officer and 13 men.
|Captain Jacob Vickery took command after Captain Grandy|