|August 5||Organized in Stafford County for one year’s service under the command of Captain John R. Cooke.|
|November-March||Assigned to Walker’s Brigade, Aquia District, Department of Northern Virginia|
|March 15||Captain Cooke was promoted to major. Lieutenant Thomas B. French, the former sherrif of Spotsylvania County, was promoted to captain and took command of the battery.|
|April-June||Assigned to Walker’s Brigade, Department of North Carolina|
|June-July||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, Holmes’s Division, Army of Northern Virginia|
|June 25-July 1||
Seven Days Battles
|July-August||Assigned to Artillery Battalion, Department of North Carolina|
|August-January||Assigned to Walker’s-Cooke’s Brigade, Walker’s-Ransom’s Division, Longstreet’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia.|
The battery was commanded at Sharpsburg by Captain Thomas B. Frecnch. It was equipped with three 10 pounder Parrott Rifles and three 12 pounder howiters.
Captain French was promoted to major and given command of a battalion of artillery. Captain Raleigh L. Cooper took command of the battery.
|January||Assigned to Cooke’s Brigade, French’s Command, Department of North Carolina.|
|June||Assigned to Cooke’s Brigade, Department of North Carolina.|
|July||Assigned to Cooke’s Brigade, Department of Richmond|
|August||Assigned to Department of Richmond|
|December||Assigned to Kemper’s Brigade, Department of Richmond|
|February-April||Assigned to the Maryland Line, Department of Richmond|
|April-June||Assigned to Braxton’s Battalion, 2nd Corps Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia. The battery mustered 95 men.|
Battle of the North Anna
Assigned to Braxton’s Battalion, Artillery, Army of the Valley
The personnel returned to Lee’s army around Richmond without their guns and were attched to Braxton’s Battalion, 2nd Corps Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia. They were assigned to the heavy artillery in the fortifications.
Battle of Sayler’ s Creek
Much of the battery was captured.
Only three men survived to surrender with Lee’s army/