|March 18||Organized at Richmond under the command of Captain Marmaduke Johnson, a Richmond lawyer and Commonwealth Attorney. John and William Pegram are his nephews.|
|June||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, A.P. Hill’s Division, Longstreet’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia.|
|June 25-July 1||
Seven Days Battles
|July||Assigned to Branch’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Longstreet’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia.|
|July-February||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, A.P. Hill’s Division, Jackson’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia.|
The battery was in reserve covering the Potomac River ford on the Virginia side, and was not engaged.
The battery lost one man killed and one wounded.
|February-June||Assigned to Hardaway’s-McIntosh’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.|
|June-July||Assigned to McIntosh’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.|
The battery was commanded by Captain Marmaduke Johnson. It brought 96 men to the field and was equipped with two 12-pounder Napoleons and two 3″ Rifles.
There are two War Department markers for Johnson’s battery at Gettysburg. They are across the street from each other along West Confederate Avenue.
Text from the first marker:
July 1. In position on hill near Fairfield Road west of Willoughby Run. Not engaged though under fire and losing one man killed.
Text from the second marker:
July 2. In position here and actively engaged under the heavy fire of Union sharpshooters and artillery.
|July||Assigned to McIntosh’s Battalion, Artillery, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.|
Mine Run Campaign
|Winter||Captain Johnson was promoted to major and given command of his own artillery battalion. Captain Valentine J. Clutter took command of the battery.|
Battle of North Anna
|September||Assigned to Johnson’s Battalion, Artillery, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.|
|March||Assigned to Johnson’s Battalion, Artillery, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.|
The battery surrendered 1 officer and 55 enlisted men.