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South Carolina Artillery Units in the War of the Rebellion

This is, at best, a start to a listing of the South Carolina units which served during the War of the Rebellion. It is drawn from many – and often conflicting – sources. The units are in the following order: artillery, cavalry, infantry, and then the Reserve and miscellaneous units. There is also a list of South Carolina units of by their Local Designation. The South Carolina regiments of the United States Colored Troops are found in the appropriate section along with the Confederate units.

Within each major grouping, the order is regiment, battalion and then company. Not the ideal, but over the years that was essentially how I recorded the information. Whenever possible I have listed the sub-units (companies or batteries) to the regiments and as much information as possible on each company. As can be expected, for most there is relatively little and for others it is almost overwhelming. The commanders and field officers are listed for the sole purpose of helping sort out units and not tracing ancestors; it is often the only means of sorting out "who's (or might be) who."

This is the unintended result of work done on the antebellum and postbellum South Carolina Militia organizations, not a distinct effort to list South Carolina units which served during the War of the Rebellion. The original effort only took several weeks and concentrated on the units that served within South Carolina. The units that served outside South Carolina were initially of little interest to my study, but to maintain consistency and some level of uniformity their assignments and campaigns are covered here as well.

The references used to compile this listing are many and varied. The primary source was The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Another excellent source was Stewart Sifakis' Compendium of the Confederate Armies: South Carolina and Georgia, published by Facts on File in 1995. At a later point I shall publish a bibliography on the Palmetto Soldiers which will include reference material covering the War of the Rebellion.

Date for this information is: 8 July 1998.

Any errors in this listing are solely my responsibility

Artillery Regiments, Battalions, Batteries, and Companies

1st South Carolina Heavy Artillery Regiment

Field Officers: Colonel William Ransom Calhoun; Colonel Alfred Rhett; Colonel John A. Wagener; Lieutenant Colonel Joseph A. Yates; Major Ormsby Blanding; Major A.M. Huger; Adjutant Chas. W. Parker; Adjutant Samuel Cordes Boyleston; Quartermaster, Captain Thos. M. Barker; A.C.S. Elias Prioleau Ravenel; Surgeon M.S. Moore; Assistant Surgeon Samuel Muller; Assistant Surgeon Andrew W. Burnett; Chaplain N. Aldrich.

Organized by the redesignation and reorganization of 1st Battalion, South Carolina Artillery on 25 March 1862; nine companies at the time of the reorganization; K Company added in April 1862; stationed on Morris Island; until 30 August 1862 there were two units designated 1st Regiment South Carolina Artillery. The Sumter Artillery served as light artillery while the rest of the regiment served as either heavy artillery or infantry. Surrendered at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, on 26 April 1865 as part of General Joseph E. Johnston's command.

Assignments: Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida Artillery, March - May 1862; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, May – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June 1862 – July 1863; 4th Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – September 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1863; 5th Military District of South Carolina, October 1863 – July 1864; 1st Sub-district (Hagood’s Brigade), 7th Military District of South Carolina, five companies, December 1863 – February 1864; 7th Military District of South Carolina, four companies, April – July 1864; Ripley’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, detachment, July – December 1864; Rhett’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s – Jones’ – Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – February 1865; Elliott’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, three companies, January – February 1865; Rhett’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, February – April 1865; Elliott’s Brigade. Taliaferro’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, three companies, February – March 1865; Rhett’s – Butler’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s – Anderson’s Division, 3rd Corps, Army of Tennessee, April 1865.

Battles: Secessionville, 16 June 1862; Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

A Company, Sumter Battery, Sumter Artillery: Captain Wm. Ransom Calhoun, 28 February 1861; Captain Wm. C. Preston, took command on 25 May 1862; Captain Francis D. Blake, took command on 2 April 1863; formed during July 1861. Served as light artillery and equipped with four 12-pound Napoleons in May 1864. Assignments: James Island, May – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – September 1863; Eastern Division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Light Artillery, October – November 1863.

B Company: Captain James H. Hallonquist, 1 March 1861; Captain Alfred Rhett, took command on 24 May 1861; Captain David G. Fleming; Captain Julius M. Rhett, took command 2 June 1864.

C Company: Captain George S. James, 21 January 1861; Captain Ormsby Blanding, took command on 6 July 1861; Captain Charles W. Parker took command on 17 July 1862. Assignments: 3rd Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – August 1863

D Company: Captain Thomas M. Wagner, 1 March 1861; Captain Henry S. Farley, took command on 14 October 1861; Captain Francis H. Harleston, took command on 1 January 1862; Captain McMillan King took command on 24 November 1864.

E Company: Captain Joseph A. Yates, 24 May 1861; Captain J. Ravenel Macbeth, took command on 5 September 1862.

F Company: Captain John Gadsden King, 14 October 1861.

G Company: Captain Wm. H. Peronneau, 1 November 1861; Captain James Reid Pringle, took command on 5 November 1864.

H Company: Captain Henry S. Farley, 5 February 1862; Captain Henry R. Lesesne, took command on 5 June 1863.

I Company: Captain David G. Fleming, 17 February 1862; Captain John C. Mitchel, took command on 21 April 1862; Captain Charles Inglesby, took command on 20 July 1864.

K Company: Captain Julius A. Sitgreaves, 30 April 1862; Captain Alfred S. Gaillard, took command on 22 June 1863.

2nd Light Artillery Regiment, United States Colored Troops

G Battery. Organized 24 May 1864 on Hilton Head; District of Hilton Head, Department of the South, May until August 1864; District of Beaufort, Department of the South, August – October 1864; 2nd Separate Brigade, Department of the South, October 1864 – June 1865; Department of the South, June until August 1865; post and garrison duty at Hilton Head and Beaufort until mustered out 12 August 1865.

2nd South Carolina Heavy Artillery Regiment, 1st South Carolina Artillery Regiment

Field Officers: Colonel A.D. Frederick; Colonel Thomas G. Lamar; Lieutenant Colonel J. Welsman Brown; Major F.F. Warley; Chaplain Perry Hawkins; Adjutant E.J. Frederick; A.C.S. Tillman Watson; Assistant Quartermaster E.J. Felder; Assistant Quartermaster Lewis A. Rice; Surgeon Robert Lebby, Jr.; Assistant Surgeon C.J. Prentiss; Assistant Surgeon Thos. S. Grimke.

Formed on James Island in April 1862 by adding six companies to the 2nd South Carolina Artillery Battalion/ Lamar's Battalion; originally designated 1st Battalion, but redesignated 1st South Carolina Volunteer Artillery, under Colonel T.G. Lamar, and reorganized with four companies in late 1861; until 30 August 1862 there were two 1st Artillery Regiments before the regiment was redesignated;

One company, Inglis Artillery D Company, served as light artillery with the remainder of the regiment serving as heavy artillery or infantry; served in the Charleston area, including Morris Island, 10 July-6 September 1863; converted to infantry in early 1865; surrendered with the Army of the Tennessee, commanded by General Joseph E. Johnston, at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina on 26 April 1865.

Assignments: James Island, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, April – June 1862; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – September 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, September – October 1863; Eastern Division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Heavy Artillery, October – November 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-district, 7th Military District of South Carolina, A – B – E – G – K Companies, December 1863 – February 1864; Unattached, 2nd Sub-district, 7th Military District of South Carolina, F- H – I Companies, December 1863 – February 1864; Hagood’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, January – February 1864; 7th Military District of South Carolina, February – July 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Rhett’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – January 1865; Unattached, Taliaferro’s Division, January – February 1865; Elliott’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, March – April 1865; Rhett’s – Butler’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s – Anderson’s Division, 3rd Corps, Army of Tennessee, April 1865.

Battles: Secessionville, 16 June 1862; Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Legareville, 25 December 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

A Company: Captain J.T. Youngblood, 28 December 1861; Captain W.M. Hunter, took command on 16 December 1862; Captain Arthur Buist.

B Company: Captain Thomas G. Lamar, 4 October 1861; Captain Samuel J. Reed took command on 20 January 1862; Captain J.W. Lancaster took command on 16 June 1862; B Company Lamar’s Battalion; D Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion; B Company 1st Artillery Battalion.

C Company: Captain F.H.W. Briggmann, 19 March 1862; Captain Medicus Rickenbaker, took command on 10 September 1862. Assignments: 6th Military District of South Carolina, October 1863 – July 1864; Robertson’s Brigade, July – November 1864; Elliott’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, January - February 1865.

D Company, Inglis Light Artillery: Captain Frederick F. Warley, 20 March 1862; Captain William E. Charles, took command on 17 October 1862; Assistant Surgeon C.B. Addison; D Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion. Armaments: two 3-inch Blakely Rifles, two 12-pound howitzers on 3 May 1864; two 12-pound howitzers, one 3-inch + Blakely Rifle, two 6-pound smoothbore cannon on 30 July 1864; four 6-pound smoothbore cannon on 6 January 1865. Assignments: 4th Military District of South Carolina, June – October 1863; Eastern Division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Light Artillery, October – November 1863; 6th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – July 1864; Robertson’s Brigade, July – November 1864; Elliott’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, January – February 1865; Jackson’s Brigade, January – February 1865.

E Company: Captain B.E. Dickson, 19 May 1862.

F Company: Captain Thomas K. Legare, 9 April 1862; 2nd Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion; F Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion; mustered into Confederate service 12 April 1862 on James Island. Assignment: 5th Military District of South Carolina, detachment, April – May 1864.

G Company: Captain Robert M. Willis, 9 April 1862; Captain G.W. Stalling, took command on 2 June 1862; Captain F.J. Sanders; 6th Company 1st Artillery Battalion; G Company 1st Artillery Battalion.

H Company: Captain William H. Kennedy, 25 March 1862; H Company 1st Artillery Battalion.

I Company, Orangeburg Artillery: Captain A.D. Frederick, 19 November 1861; Captain G.D. Keitt took command on 7 May 1862; Captain J.B. Humbert took command on 9 September 1862; A Company Lamar's Battalion; I Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion; mustered on 11 November 1861. Engagement: Charleston Harbor, 7 April 1863.

K Company: Captain J. Welsman Brown, 1 January 1862; Captain Hay C. Culbreath, took command on 7 May 1862; Captain P.B. Waters took command on 23 November 1864; C Company Lamar's Battalion; K Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion.

As originally organized as 1st Artillery Battalion:

Inglis Artillery, Darlington, Captain F.F. Warley; Carolina Artillery, Orangeburg, Captain T.K. Legare; Company commanders: Captain Charles Alston; Captain R.L. Crawford; Captain W.J. McKerrall; Captain T.V. Gwyn; Captain J.F. Sanders; Captain M.B. Stanley; Captain T.P. Whitesides; Captain J.H. Stafford.

3rd South Carolina Artillery Regiment

See 1st Infantry Regiment, Regulars

1st Battalion, South Carolina Artillery

Field Officers: Lieutenant Colonel Roswell S. Ripley; Lieutenant Colonel W. Ransom Calhoun; Major Thomas M. Wagner; Assistant Quartermaster J. Ravenel Macbeth; Adjutant James Hamilton; Adjutant Charles W. Parker.

Organized on 6 February 1861; mustered into Confederate service in May 1861; originally organized with five companies. Reorganized, augmented, and redesignated 1st South Carolina Heavy Artillery Regiment on 25 March 1862.

Assignments: Department of South Carolina, August - November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, November 1861 - March 1862.

A Company

B Company

C Company

D Company

E Company

F Company, organized in October 1861

G Company, organized in November 1861

H Company, organized in February 1862

I Company, organized in February 1862

1st South Carolina Artillery Battalion

A Company, Sumter Artillery

B Company: Captain Thomas G. Lamar; B Company Lamar’s Battalion; B Company 2nd SC Artillery Regiment; D Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion

C Company

D Company: Captain Thomas G. Lamar; B Company 2nd SC Artillery Regiment; B Company Lamar’s Battalion; B Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion

D Company, Inglis Light Artillery: D Company 2nd SC Artillery Regiment

E Company

F Company: 2nd Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion; F Company 2nd SC Artillery Regiment

G Company: 6th Company 1st SC Artillery Battalion; G Company 2nd SC Artillery Regiment

H Company: H Company 2nd SC Artillery Regiment

I Company: A Company Lamar’s Battalion; I Company 2nd SC Artillery Regiment

K Company: C Company Lamar’s Battalion; K Company 2nd SC Artillery Regiment

2nd South Carolina Artillery Battalion, Lamar's Battalion

Field Officer: Lieutenant Colonel Thomas G. Lamar

Organized in 1864 with four companies. Reorganized and redesignated a regiment in April 1862.

Assignments: Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, November – December 1861; Military District of Georgia, February 1862; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, February – April 1862.

A Company: I Company, 2nd South Carolina Artillery Regiment

B Company: A Company, 2nd South Carolina Artillery Regiment

C Company, Edisto Artillery: K Company, 2nd South Carolina Artillery Regiment

D Company, Inglis Light Artillery, Darlington Guards: D Company, 2nd South Carolina Artillery Regiment

E Company

3rd South Carolina Artillery Battalion, "the Palmetto Battalion," the Palmetto Light Artillery Battalion

Field Officers: Colonel Edward B. White; Lieutenant Colonel William H. Campbell.

Organized in December 1861; companies were frequently detached to operate independently of the battalion; in Charleston, Companies A, D, E, G, H, I, and K; Companies A, G, H, I, and K, surrendered with the Army of the Tennessee; Companies D, E, and F, were disbanded after the evacuation of Charleston; B Company, Jackson, Atlanta, Tennessee, and North Carolina, surrendering 26 April 1865; C Company, Charleston, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mobile, surrendering in May 1865.

A Company, Furman Artillery, Beauregard Artillery

B Company, Waties Artillery

C Company, Palmetto Light Artillery

D Company, Wagner Light Artillery

E Company

F Company, Chesnut Light Artillery

G Company, DeSaussures Light Artillery

H Company

I Company

K Company

15th South Carolina Artillery Battalion, Lucas' Artillery Battalion

Field Officers: Major Jonathan J. (J. Jonathan?) Lucas; Assistant Quartermaster T.S. Fayssoux; Assistant Quartermaster Edward D. Frost; Assistant Quartermaster C.L. Burkmeyer; Adjutant Robert Pringle; Adjutant Felix Warley; Assistant Surgeon Edward G. Porcher; Assistant Surgeon Wm. R. Caldwell; Assistant Surgeon Andrew W. Burnett; Assistant Surgeon T.C. Girardeau.

Organized as an infantry unit on 6 June 1861 and mustered into Confederate service the same day at Fort Pickens, James Island, on the Stono, near Charleston; originally organized with three (or two) companies, later being increased to five companies; Fort Sumter; Morris Island; James Island; North Carolina; converted to heavy artillery in July 1861. Companies A and B mustered into service on 6 June 1861 at James Island; C Company added on 15 November 1861 (1862).

Assignments: Department of South Carolina, August – November 1861; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – September 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, September – October 1863; Western Division/ 2nd Sub-division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Heavy Artillery, October 1863 – January 1864; Hagood’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, January – February 1864; 7th Military District of South Carolina, February – July 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Anderson’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864; Unattached, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – January 1865; Rhett’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, January – February 1865; Rhett’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, February – April 1865; Rhett’s – Butler’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s – Anderson’s Division, 3rd Corps, Army of Tennessee, April 1865.

Battles: Capture of the USS Isaac Smith, 30 January 1863; Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

A Company: Captain A.J. Morris, 21 May 1861; Captain J.H. Gary took command 3 January 1862; Captain John H. Calhoun took command 17 August 1863. Assignment: 5th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 -–January 1864.

B Company: Captain Samuel D. Shannon, 21 May 1861; Captain T.F. Fayssoux took command 10 October 1861; Captain Robert Pringle took command 20 December 1861; Captain E.B. Calhoun; Captain Guignard Richardson took command 21 August 1864. Assignment: 3rd Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – August 1863.

C Company, Child's Light Artillery, Winder's Light Artillery: Captain Frederick L. Childs, 22 July 1861; Captain Theodore B. Hayne took command 25 November 1862; consolidated with S.D. Lee's Battery to form C Company Lucas' Battalion. Assignment: 5th Military District of South Carolina, April – May 1864.

D Company

E Company

Gist Guard Artillery: Captain Charles E. Chichester, Chichester Zouaves; Temporarily assigned 19 June 1862.

Mathewes Artillery: Temporarily attached 19 June 1862.

Melcher's Battery: Temporarily assigned 19 June 1862.

18th South Carolina Artillery Battalion, "Charleston Siege Train Artillery," Alston Artillery Battalion, Manigault Artillery Battalion, "Siege Artillery," "Siege Train Artillery"

Field Officers: Major Charles Alston; Major Edward Manigault; Adjutant John H. Gardner; Assistant Surgeon Joseph Winthrop; Assistant Quartermaster J. Randolph Mordecai.

Organized during May 1862 in Charleston with three companies; converted to heavy artillery in 1862; originally organized as the Alston Artillery Battalion, Companies A, B, and F forming the original battalion; Bridges’ Artillery Battery, a Louisiana unit, was merged into D Company in December 1864; Fort Sumter; Grimballs Landing; Battery Wagner; James Island; Johns Island; C Company transferred to Pegram’s Battalion of Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia, at Petersburg, later returned to South Carolina rejoining the battalion; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, by General Joseph E. Johnston.

Assignments: 2nd Military District of South Carolina, May – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, July 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, September – October 1863; Eastern Division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Heavy Artillery, October – November 1863; Unattached, 2nd Sub-district, 7th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – January 1864; Hagood’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, January – July 1864; Anderson’s – Elliott’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, February – April 1865; Elliott’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s – Anderson’s Division, 3rd Corps, Army of Tennessee.

Battles: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865

A Company, Palmetto Guard, Palmetto Guards Artillery: Captain George L. Buist, 28 February 1862; Captain Benjamin C. Webb took command 29 December 1862; C Company Alston Artillery Battalion; B Company Manigault Artillery Battalion. Assignments: Robertson’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Taliaferro’s brigade, July – December 1864. Legareville, 25 December 1863.

B Company, Alston Light Artillery, Horry Artillery: Captain Charles Alston, Jr., 15 April 1862; Captain S. Porcher Smith took command on 19 May 1863; A Company Alston Artillery Battalion; B Company Manigault Artillery Battalion; D Company Manigault Artillery Battalion. Assignments: Taliaferro’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Anderson’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – February 1865. Legareville, 25 December 1863.

C Company, McQueen Light Artillery, Gregg's Battery: Captain Matthew B. Stanley, 15 April 1862; Captain Thomas E. Gregg took command 14 May 1863; relieved on 5 May 1864 and sent to Virginia; B Company Alston Artillery Battalion; C Company Siege Train Artillery. Assignments: 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – September 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, September – October 1863; Western Division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Heavy Artillery, October 1863 – January 1864; Hagood’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, January – February 1864; 7th Military District of South Carolina, April – June 1864; Pegram’s Artillery Battalion, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, June 1864 – April 1865. McQueen Light Artillery armament: four 12-pound Napoleons, 28 December 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia on 9 April 1865. Battles: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Petersburg Siege, June 1864 – April 1865; 2nd Fort Harrison, 30 September 1864; 1st Squirrel Level Road, 30 September 1864; Jones’ Farm, 30 September 1864; 1st Pegram’s Farm, 1 October 1864; Harman Road, 2 October 1864; Five Forks, 1 April 1865; Petersburg Final Assault, 2 April 1865; Appomattox Court House, 9 April 1865.

C Company, Pee Dee Artillery: Captain D.G. McIntosh; Captain E.B. Brunson; Captain William E. Zimmerman; Relieved from duty in Virginia as F Company Pegram's Battalion on 5 May 1864 and substituted for Gregg's Battery.

C Company, Bridges' Light Artillery

D Company, Bridge's Louisiana Battery: Captain William M. Bridges; December 1863; composed of Louisiana troops from Companies A and B and other South Carolina units. Assignment: Anderson’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – February 1865.

D Company, Zimmerman Light Artillery

E Company, Gist Guards, Gist Guard Artillery

F Company

Johnson's Company: Captain George W. Johnson; C Company 12th Georgia Artillery Battalion; attached October 1863.

Manley Artillery Battalion

Field Officer: Major Basil C. Manley

A Company

B Company

C Company, Bridges Light Artillery

D Company, Zimmerman's Light Artillery

Listing of Artillery Units by Local Designations

Alston Artillery: B Company 18th SC Artillery Battalion

A Company; B Company; C Company; D Company

Bachman's Battery: Captain William K. Bachman; German Artillery

Beaufort Artillery, Beaufort Volunteer Artillery

Captain Stephen Elliott, Jr.; Captain H.M. Stuart; Organized in early 1862 with men recruited from Beaufort area; originally A Company 11th South Carolina Volunteers, 12 June 1861; coastal South Carolina; Pinckney Island; Coosawhatchie; involved in the capture of the Federal steamer George Washington; Pocotaligo; Captain Stuart took command on 26 May 1863; at Coosawhatchie in December 1864 with 108 men; surrendered at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina on 26 April 1865 by General Joseph E. Johnston. Armament: two 12-pound Napoleons, two 12-pound howitzers, one 10-pound Parrott, 3 May 1864; two 12-pound Napoleons, two 12-pound howitzers, 6 January 1865. Assignments: 3rd Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1864; McLaw’s Division, July – December 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, December 1864; 5th Battalion, Reserve Artillery, December 1864 – January 1865; Robertson’s Brigade, Wright’s Division, January - February 1865; Rhett’s Artillery Battalion, Hardee’s Corps, February – March 1865; Rhett’s Artillery Battalion, 3rd Corps, Army of Tennessee. Battles: Port Royal Ferry, detachment, 6 June 1862; Port Royal Ferry, section, 4 July 1862; Pinckney Island, 21 August 1862; Coosawhatchie, 22-23 October 1862; destruction of the George Washington near Beaufort, 9 April 1863; Expedition to Barnwell’s Island, 30 July 1863; Savannah Campaign, November – December 1864; Honey Hill, 30 November 1864; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Beauregard Artillery: A Company 1st South Carolina Infantry Regiment/ 3rd South Carolina Heavy Artillery Regiment

Bonneau's Artillery Company: Captain F.N. Bonneau

Bowden's Battery: Captain J.R. Bowden; I Company Palmetto Battalion

Boyce's Battery, Boyce Artillery: Macbeth Artillery

Brooks Light Artillery, Brooks Guard Artillery

Captain William W. Fickling; Captain A. Burnett Rhett; Organized 28 January 1862 in Charleston with local recruits; moved to Virginia; assigned to S.D. Lee's, E.P. Alexander's, and F. Huger's Battalions of Artillery; Captain took command 29 June 1863; Seven Days Battles to Gettysburg; sent to Georgia with Longstreet; Knoxville; returned to Virginia in 1864; The Wilderness; Spotsylvania; Cold Harbor; Petersburg; Appomattox Campaign; Seven Days Battles; Gettysburg; on 9 April 1865, surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia with 3 officers and 41 enlisted men. Armament: two 6-pound smoothbore cannon, one 12-pound Napoleon, one 12-pound howitzer, 17 October 1862; four 12-pound howitzers, 1-3 July 1863. Assignments: Jones’ Battalion, Reserve Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia, June – July 1862; Lee’s – Alexander’s Battalion, Reserve Artillery, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, August 1862 – July 1863; Alexander’s Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, July – September 1863; Alexander’s Artillery Battalion, Longstreet’s Corps, Army of Tennessee, September – November 1863; Alexander’s – Huger’s Artillery Battalion, Department of East Tennessee, November 1863 – April 1864; Huger’s Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, April 1864 – April 1865. Battles: Seven Days Battles, 25 June – 1 July 1862; Mechanicsville, 26 June 1862; Beaver Dam Creek, 27 June 1862; White Oak Swamp, 30 June 1862; 2nd Manassas, 28 - 30 August 1862; Sharpsburg, 17 September 1862; Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862; Chancellorsville, 1 – 4 May 1863; Gettysburg, 1 – 3 July 1863; Chickamauga (not engaged), 19 – 20 September 1863; Chattanooga Siege, September – November 1863; Knoxville Siege, November – December 1863; The Wilderness, 5 – 6 May 1864; Spotsylvania Court House, 8 – 21 1864; North Anna, 23 – 26 May 1864; Cold Harbor, 1 – 3 June 1864; Petersburg Siege, June 1864 – April 1865; Appomattox Court House, 9 April 1865.

Brunson's Battery: Pee Dee Artillery

Buist's Battery: Captain Henry Buist; 6 November 1863; attached to the 20th South Carolina Volunteers

Calhoun's Battery: Sumter Artillery

Campbell's Battery: Captain W.H. Campbell; A Company, Palmetto Battalion

Charleston Seige Train: 18th South Carolina Artillery Battalion

Chesnut Light Artillery: F Company Palmetto Battalion

Chesterfield Artillery

Captain James C. Coit; Captain James I. Kelly; Organized 25 August 1861; mustered into Confederate service during November 1861 in Columbia with men recruited mostly from the Chesterfield County area; initially served in the Columbia area, moving to Virginia, North Carolina, and then returning to Virginia; Deserted House; Battery Huger; May 1863 had a strength of 3 officers and 115 men; Captain James I. Kelly took command on 31 October 1863; assigned to J.C. Coit's Battalion of Artillery; Swift Creek; Drewrys Bluff; Petersburg; Coits Battery, Captain James C. Coit; Kellys Battery, Captain J.I. Kelly. Armament: one section – two 12-pound Napoleons, 26 December 1864; two sections – two 12-pound Napoleons and two 12-pound howitzers, 26 December 1864. Surrendered on 26 April 1865 by General Joseph E. Johnston at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, November 1861; Artillery Battalion, Department of North Carolina, November – December 1861; Artillery Battalion, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, September 1862 – January 1863; Pryor’s Brigade, French’s Command, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, January – February 1863; Schmaker’s Artillery Battalion, French’s Command, department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, February – April 1863; Shumaker’s – Moseley’s Artillery Battalion, Department of Southern Virginia, April – May 1863; Moseley’s Artillery Battalion, Department of North Carolina, May – June 1863; Branch’s Artillery Battalion, Department of North Carolina, June – July 1863; Branch’s Artillery Battalion, Ransom’s Division, Department of Richmond, July – September 1863; Branch’s – Coit’s Artillery Battalion, Department of North Carolina, September 1863 – May 1864; Coit’s Artillery Battalion, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, May 1864; 2nd Military District, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, detached from Coit’s Artillery Battalion, May – October 1864; Coit’s Artillery Battalion, 4th Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, one section, October 1864 – February 1865; 2nd Military District, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, two sections, October 1864 – January 1865; 1st Sub-division, 2nd Military District, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, two sections, January – February 1865; Palmer’s Artillery Battalion, Unattached, Army of Tennessee, April 1865. Battles: Kelly’s Store, 25 January 1863; Kelly’s Store, 30 January 1863; Suffolk Campaign, April – May 1863; Petersburg Siege, one section, June 1864 – April 1865; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Child's Light Artillery: C Company 15th SC Artillery Battalion

Coit's Battery: Chesterfield Artillery

Colcock's Light Artillery: R. Johnson's Battery

Columbia Artillery, Columbia Flying Artillery: Captain Allen J. Green; 1861; Captain John Waties; Greens Company, Captain A.J. Green

Culbreath's Battery: K Company, 2nd South Carolina (Lamar's) Artillery

Culpeper's Battery: C Company Palmetto Battalion

De Pass' Battery: G Company Palmetto Battalion

Earle's Battery: Captain Wm. E. Earle; Formerly Wm H. Campbell's Battery; A Company, Furman Artillery, Palmetto Battalion

Ferguson’s Artillery Battery, Ferguson Artillery, Ferguson's Battery, Ferguson Light Artillery, Ferguson's Light Battery

Captain Rene T. Beauregard; Captain T.B. Ferguson; Organized on 4 April 1862 at Charleston; mounted artillery; South Carolina; Mississippi; Jackson; assigned to Palmer's, R. Martin's, and R. Cobb's Battalion of Artillery; present, but not engaged, at Chickamauga; with the Army of the Tennessee from Chattanooga to Nashville; the men and guns of the unit were captured at Nashville by the 119th Illinois Infantry Regiment. Armament: two 6-pound smoothbores, two 12-pound Napoleons, 29 March – 1 April 1864. Assignments: 2nd Military District of South Carolina, May – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, July 1862 – May 1863; Gist’s Brigade, Department of the West, May – June 1863; Gist’s Brigade, Walker’s Division, Department of the West, June – July 1863; Gist’s brigade, Walker’s Division, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, July – August 1863; Gist’s Brigade, Walker’s Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Tennessee, August – September 1863; Gist’s Brigade, Walker’s Division, Reserve Corps, Army of Tennessee, September 1863; Artillery Battalion, Walker’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Tennessee, September 1863; Artillery Battalion, Walker’s Division, Longstreet’s Corps, Army of Tennessee, September – November 1863; ArtilleryBattalion, Walker’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Tennessee, November 1863 – February 1864; Martin’s Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Tennessee, February – September 1864; Cobb’s Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Tennessee, September – December 1864. Battles: Vicksburg Campaign, May – July 1863; Jackson, 14 May 1863; Chickamauga, 19 – 20 September 1863; Chattanooga Siege, September – November 1863; Chattanooga, 23 – 25 November 1863; Atlanta Campaign, May – September 1864; Atlanta Siege, July – September 1864; Nashville, 15 – 16 December 1864.

Fickling's Battery: Formerly Rhett's Battery; Brooks Artillery

Fort Prince Artillery

Furman Artillery: A Company Palmetto Battalion

Gaillard's Battery: Santee Artillery; Captain Christopher Gaillard

Garden's Battery: Captain Hugh R. Garden; 18 May 1862; Palmetto (2nd) Light Battery

German Artillery, German Light Artillery, Charleston German Artillery, Bachman's Battery, Bachmans Battalion

Captain William K. Bachman; Organization complete by the Spring of 1862; sent to Virginia; served in B.W. Frobel's and M.W. Henry's Battalion of Artillery; Seven Days Battles to Gettysburg; Suffolk campaign; ordered to South Carolina in October 1863; Savannah; South Carolina; Seven Days Battles; Maryland Campaign; 71 men present at Gettysburg; at Charleston in April 1864, had strength of 94 men; ended the war in North Carolina after being refitted after the Georgia Campaign. Armament: four 12-pound Napoleons, August 1862 – July 1863; two 3-inch + Blakely Rifles, two 12-pound, 3 May 1864; four 12-pound Napoleons, 6 January 1865. Surrendered by General Joseph E. Johnston at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, on 26 April 1865. Assignments: Walker’s Artillery Battalion, A.P. Hill’s Division, Army of Northern Division, june 1862; Walker’s Artillery Battalion, A.P. Hill’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, June – July 1862; Pender’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Army of Northern Virginia, July 1862; Walker’s Artillery Battalion, A.P. Hill’s Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, July – August 1862; Toomb’s Brigade, Hood’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, August 1862; Frobel’s Artillery Battalion, Hood’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, August 1862 – February 1863; Artillery Battalion, Hood’s Division, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, April – May 1863; Henry’s Artillery Battalion, Hood’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, May – July 1863; Henry’s – Haskell’s Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, July – September 1863; 5th Military District of South Carolina, October – November 1863; 3rd Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – July 1864; McLaw’s Division, July – December 1864; 3rd Light Artillery Battalion, December 1864 – January 1865; Mercer’s Brigade, Wright’s Division, January – February 1865. Battles: Seven Days Battles, 25 June – 1 July 1862; 2nd Manassas, 28 – 30 August 1862; South Mountain, 14 September 1862; Sharpsburg, 17 September 1862; Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862; Gettysburg, 1 – 3 July 1863; Tullifinny Station, 9 december 1864; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

A Company: Captain D. Werner 8 October 1861; Captain Fred W. Wagener took command on 19 May 1863; Captain C. Norden. Organized during the Fall of 1861. Armament: two 6-pound smoothbore cannon, two 12-pound howitzers, 3 May 1864; two 12-pound howitzers, two 12-pound Napoleons, 6 January 1865. Part of the forces surrendered by General Joseph E. Johnston on 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, November, 1861; 2nd Military District of South Caroina, December 1861 - July 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, July 1862 – June 1863; 4th Military District of South Carolina, June – August 1863; Unattached, 1st Military District of South Carolina, August – September 1863; Unattached, 2nd Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1863; Unattached, 1st Military District of South Carolina, October 1863 – July 1864; Ripley’s Brigade, July – December 1864; 5th Battalion, Reserve Artillery, December 1864 – January 1865; Roberson’s Brigade, Wright’s Division, January – February 1885. Battles: Port Royal, 7 November 1861; Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign.

B Company: Organized in the Fall of 1861. Captain Franz Melchers took command on 5 June 1862; Captain H. Harms. Part of the forces surrendered by General Joseph E. Johnston on 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, November – December 1861; 1st Military District of South Carolina, December 1861 – June 1863; 4th Military District of South Carolina, June 1863 – July 1864; Trapier’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Anderson’s Bridage, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – January 1865; Trapier’s Brigade, January – February 1865. Battles: Port Royal, 7 November 1861; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Militia: Captain C. Nohrden; April 1861

Gist Guard Light Artillery, Gist Guard Artillery Battery

Captain Charles Edward Chichester; Organized during the Winter of 1861/1862, Charleston. The unit served as heavy artillery from June 1863 to May 1864. Assigned to 15th South Carolina Heavy Artillery Battalion in June 1863; the battery had a strength of 65 men in March 1864; Savannah; South Carolina; surrendered in May 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Assignments: 2nd Military District of South Carolina, February 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, March 1862 – July 1863; 3rd Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – August 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, August – September 1863; Unattached, 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1863; 5th Military District of South Carolina, October 1863 – July 1864; Ripley’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Anderson’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864; Unattached, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – February 1865. Battle: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863.

Gonzales Seige Train: November 1861 at Huguenin Neck, 80 personnel

Gregg's Battery: Captain Thos. E. Gregg; Formerly M.B. Stanley's Company, C Company Charleston Seige Train; on 5 May 1864 assigned to Pegram's Battalion of Artillery to relieve the Pee Dee Artillery

Halsey’s Artillery Battery: Captain E. Lindsey Halsey

Hart's Battery: Captain James F. Hart; Washington Artillery

Holtzclaw's Battery: H Company Palmetto Battalion

Horse Artillery: Washington Artillery

Inglis Light Artillery: D Company 2nd SC Artillery

Jeter's Battery: Macbeth Light Artillery

Johnson's Battery: Captain John D. Johnson; E Company Palmetto Battalion

Johnson's Battery, Johnson’s Horse Artillery, Colcock’s Section of Horse Artillery, Colcocks Light Artillery

Lieutenant/ Captain Richard Johnson; Organized in late 1863. The battery was attached to the 3rd South Carolina Cavalry as an artillery section of Horse Artillery. Armament: two Wiard Rifles, 3 May 1864; two 12-pounder Napoleons, 6 January 1865; surrendered in May 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Assignments: 3rd Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – July 1864; McLaw’s Division, July – December 1864; McLaw’s Division, Cavalry, December 1864 – January 1865. Battle: Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Kanapaux's Battery: Captain C.E. Kanapaux; Wagner Light Artillery; D Company Palmetto Battalion

Kanapaux's Battery: Captain J.T. Kanapaux; Lafayette Light Artillery

Kelly's Battery: Chesterfield Artillery

Lafayette Artillery

Captain J.J. Pope, Jr; Captain Jno. T. Kanapaux; Organized on 17 September 1861, with approximately 60 personnel; November 1861 at Fort Pickens, Stono, with 60 personnel; coastal South Carolina; Captain J.T. Kanapaux took command on 13 March 1862; Charleston; in February 1865 had a strength of 81 effectives; in April 1865 assigned to C.L. Stevenson's Division, the Army of the Tennessee. Armament: four 12-pound howitzers, 6 January 1865; surrendered on 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, November – December 1861; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, December 1861 – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, August – September 1862; 3rd Military District of South Carolina, March 1863 – July 1864; McLaw’s Division, July – December 1864; Taliferro’s Brigade, December 1864; 1st and/or 3rd Battalion, Reserve Artillery, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, December 1864 – January 1865; 1st Corps Artillery, Army of Tennessee, March – April 1865; 2nd Corps Artillery, Army of Tennessee. Battle: Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Lamar Artillery Battalion: November 1861 at Fort Pickens (Stono) with 60 personnel

Lee's Battery: Captain Stephen D. Lee; consolidated with Child's Battery on 15 November 1862 to form C Company Lucas' Battalion

Legare's Battery: K Company 2nd South Carolina Artillery

Lucas’ Heavy Artillery Battalion: 15th South Carolina Artillery Battalion

Macbeth Light Artillery, Macbeth Light Artillery

Captain Robert Boyce; Captain B.A. Jeter; Assistant Surgeon F. Anderson; Assistant Surgeon O. Becker; Organized during the Summer of 1861, 29 August 1861, with men recruited initially from Union and later from the Berkeley County area; sent to Virginia in mid-July 1862; Second Manassas; Maryland Campaign; Mississippi; Jackson; South Carolina; in Charleston in March 1864 with a strength of 3 officers and 116 men; assigned to J.B. Palmer's Brigade, serving in Eastern Tennessee and Western North Carolina; in March 1865 had a strength of 5 officers and 92 men present for duty; disbanded in April 1865, although few records after November 1864; Jeter's Company, Captain B.A. Jeter. Armament: four guns, June and July 1963; two 6-pound smoothbore, two 12-pound howitzers, 28 November 1863; four 6-pound smoothbore, 2 April – 3 May 1864. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, November – December 1861; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, December 1861 – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – August 1862; Evans’ Brigade, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, August – October 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, October 1862 – May 1863; Evans’ Brigade, 1st Military District of South Carolina, May 1863; Evans’ Brigade, Breckinridge’s Division, Department of the West, May – June 1863; Evans’ Brigade, French’s Division, Department of the West, June 1863; Artillery Battalion, French’s Division, Department of the West, July 1863; Artillery Battalion, French’s Division, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, July – August 1863; Reserve Artillery, Department of Missisippi and East Louisiana, August – November 1863; Unattached, 1st Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – May 1864; District of Western North Carolina, Department of East Tennessee, May – November 1864. Battles: Rappahannock Station, 23 August 1862; South Mountain, 14 September 1862; Sharpsburg, 17 September 1862; Vicksburg Campaign, May – July 1863; Jackson Siege, July 1863; Morristown, detachment, 28 October 1864.

Manigault's Heavy Artillery Battalion: 18th South Carolina Artillery Battalion; Palmetto Guard, Captain Webb; Smith's Battery, Captain Porter Smith; Gregg's Battery, Captain T.E. Gregg; relieved by Zimmerman's Battery in early 1865, and sent to Virginia

Manley Artillery Battalion

Field Officer: Major Basil C. Manley; Bridges Light Artillery, C Company 18th SC Artillery Battalion; Zimmerman Light Artillery, D Company 18th SC Artillery Battalion

Marion Artillery, Marion Light Artillery

Captain Edward L. Parker; Captain J. Gadsden King; Captain Arthur M. Huger; originally attached to 1st Artillery, South Carolina Militia; mustered 9 September 1861 as the Marion Artillery, 1st Regiment South Carolina Militia; recruited primarily from the Marion area; an independent company as of 6 June 1862; Morris Island; James Island; in September 1863 had a strength of 39 effectives; in January 1865 assigned to A. Rhett's Brigade, serving as infantry; surrendered on 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Armament: four 12-pound Napoleons, 3 May 1864; two 12-pound Napoleons, two 10-pound Parrotts, 30 July 1864; four 12-pound Napoleons, 6 January 1865. Assignments: Morris Island, Charleston Harbor, April 1861; Simon’s Brigade, Bonham’s Division, Charleston Harbor, April 1861; Department of South Carolina, August – November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, November – December 1861; 3rd Military District of South Carolina, December 1861 – June 1862; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, June 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – September 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1863; Western Division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Light Artillery; October – November 1863; 6th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – July 1864; Robertson’s Brigade, July – December 1864; 2nd Light Artillery Battalion, Taliaferro’s Division, January – February 1865; Rhett’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, Hardeee’s Corps, February – April 1865; Rhett’s Artillery Battalion, 3rd Corps, Army of Tennessee, April 1865. Battles: Fort Sumter, 12 – 13 April 1861; Edisto Island, 29 March 1862; Simmons’ Bluff, 21 June 1862; near Grimball’s Landing, James Island, 30 July 1863; Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Legareville, 25 December 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Mathewes Artillery, Mathewes' Battery

Captain F.N. Bonneau; Captain John Raven Mathewes; Formed during the Winter of 1861/1862, probably October 1861, Charleston; served as heavy artillery, attached to 15th South Carolina Heavy Artillery Battalion in June 1863; Captain J. Raven Mathewes took command on 23 February 1863; Morris Island, 10 July – 6 September 1863, a strength of 46 men fit for duty; in January 1865 assigned to J.B. Robertson's Brigade; Bonneau's Company, Captain F.N. Bonneau; surrendered on 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Assignments: 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 2nd Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – August 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, August – September 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-division, 1st Militart District of South Carolina, September 1863; Eastern Division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Heavy Artillery, October – November 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-district, 7th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – January 1864; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, January – July 1864; Robertson’s Brigade, July – November 1864; Anderson’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – January 1865; Robertson’s Brigade, Wright’s Division, January – May 1865. Battles: Charleston Harbor, August – September, 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

McIntosh's Battery, McIntosh Artillery: Pee Dee Artillery; Captain David G. McIntosh; Captain E.B. Brunson

McQueen Light Artillery: C Company Seige Artillery; Gregg's Company

Melcher's Battery: B Company German Artillery

Moore's Artillery: November 1861 at Grahamville with 110 personnel and six guns

Palmetto Battalion, Palmetto Light Artillery Battalion, 3rd Light Artillery Battalion

Field Officers: Colonel Edward B. White; Major William H. White; Acting Assistant Quartermaster John D. Johnson; Acting Adjutant Alex Y. Lee; Surgeon O.A. White; Adjutant J. Randolph Mordecai; Assistant Quartermaster R.M. Marshall; Assistant Surgeon G.H. Bright; Acting Adjutant John R. Horsey; Adjutant John B. Moore; Acting Inspector A.J. Hartley.

Formed on 9 August 1861 with three companies – A , B, C – with seven additional companies added by 21 June 1863; D Company organized 14 November 1861; E Company organized 20 March 1862; F Company organized 15 April 1862 from members of D Company; G Company organized 1 May 1862; H Company organized 28 May 1862 from members of A Company; I Company organized on 8 June 1863 from members of H Company; K Company organized 21 June 1863 from members of G Company; Companies H, I, and K, disbanded on 1 April 1864 as being illegally organized; organized as light artillery battalion in June 1863 consisting of A – D – F – G Companies; the other companies serving as heavy artillery.

A Company, Greenville, Furman Artillery, Earle's Battery. Captain W.H. Campbell, 9 August 1861; Captain William E. Earle. Organized 9 August 1861; part of company used as cadre for organizing H Company on 28 May 1862. Armament: two 6-pound smoothbore, two 12-pound howitzers, 3 May 1864; one 6-pound smoothbore, two 12-pound howitzers, one 10-pound, 30 July 1864; two 12-pound howitzers, one 10-pound Parrott, one 12-pound Napoleon, 6 January 1865; surrendered on 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, August – November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, November – December 1861; James Island, December 1861 – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military Distirct of South Carolina, September 1862 – May 1863; 3rd Military District of South Carolina, June – August 1863; 5th Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, August – September 1863; 3rd Military District of South Carolina, October – November 1863; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – July 1864; Robertson’s Brigade, July – November 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, December 1864; 4th Battalion, Reserve Artillery, December 1864 – January 1865; McLaw’s Division Artillery, January – March 1865; Wheeler’s Cavalry Corps Artillery, Hampton’s Cavalry Command, Army of Tennessee, April 1865. Battles: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Action versus USS Boston, Ashepoo River, 26 May 1864; Rivers’ Bridge, 3 February 1865; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

B Company, Richland, Columbia Artillery. Organozed in August 1861.Captain John Waties, 20 September 1862. Serving as heavy artillery in June 1863; surrendered in 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, August – November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, December 1861 – June 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – October 1863; Western Division, Heavy Artillery, 7th Military District of South Carolina, October 1863 – February 1864; 7th Military District of South Carolina, February – July 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Unttached, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – February 1865. Battles: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

C Company, Darlington, Palmetto Light Battery, Culpeper's Battery: Captain James F. Culpeper, 20 September 1862. Organized August 1861; serving as heavy artillery in June 1863; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, August – November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, November – December 1861; James Island, December 1861 – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – October 1863; Western Division, Heavy Artillery, 7th Military District of South Carolina, October 1863 – February 1864; 7th Military District of South Carolina, February – July 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, July – december 1864; Unattached, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – February 1865. Batt;es: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

D Company, Darlington, Wagner Light Artillery: Captain Charles E. Kanapaux, organized 14 November 1861; Assistant Surgeon J.M. Pelot; Assistant Surgeon Christopher J. Prentiss; seving as light artillery during June 1863; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Armament: two 12-pound Napoleons, two 12-pound howitzers, 3 May 1864 – 6 January 1865. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, James Island, December 1861 – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – july 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – October 1863; Eastern Divison, Light Artillery, 7th Military District of South Carolina, October – November 1863; 6th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – July 1864; Robertson’s Brigade, July 1864 – January 1865; Robertson’s Brigade, Wright’s Division, January – April 1865. Battles: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

E Company: Captain John D. Johnson; organized 20 March 1862; serving as heavy artillery during June 1863; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Assignments: James Island, April – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – October 1863; Western Division, Heavy Artillery, 7th Military District of South Carolina, October – November 1863; Unattached, 2nd Sub-district, 7th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – January 1864; Hagood’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, January – February 1864; 7th Military District pf South Carolina, February – July 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, July – December 1864; Unattached, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864 – February 1865. Battles: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

F Company, Chesnut Light Artillery: Captain F.R. Smith; organized 15 April 1862; Captain Frederick C. Schulz took command on 7 June 1862; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Armament: four 3.81-inch bronze riles, 3 May – 30 July 1864; four 12-pound howitzers, 6 January 1865. Assignments: James Island, April – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – May 1863; 2nd Military District of South Carolina, June – November 1863; 6th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – July 1864; Robertson’s Brigade, July – December 1864; 1st Battalion, Reserve Artillery, December 1864 – January 1865; Robertson’s Brigade, Wright’s Division, January 1865 – April 1865. Battles: Legareville, 25 December 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

G Company: Captain William L. De Pass; organized 1 May 1862; serving as light artillery in June 1863; 1 April 1864 order disbanding unit revoked on 3 May 1864; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Armament: two 12-pound Napoleons, two 12-pound howitzers, 3 May 1864; two 10-pound Parrotts, two 12-pound Napoleons, 6 January 1865. Assignments: James Island, May – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – September 1863; 3rd Military District of South Carolina, October 1863 – July 1864; McLaw’s Division, July – November 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, one section, December 1864; 3rd Battalion, Reserve Artillery, December 1864 – January 1865; Mercer’s Brigade, Wright’s Division, January – April 1865. Battles: Battery Wagner, 18 July 1863; Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

H Company: Captain Thomas A. Holtzclaw; organized 28 May 1862; used members of A Company as cadre; company later split to form I Company; serving as heavy artillery in June 1863; company disbanded 1 April 1864 as being illegally organized. Assignments: James Island, May – June 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, June – July 1862; James Island, July – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District, July - )ctober 1863; Western Division, Heavy Artillery, 7th Military District of South Carolina, October – November 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-district, 7th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – January 1864; Hagood’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, January – February 1864; 7th Military District of South Carolina, February – April 1864. Battles: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863.

I Company, Bowden's Battery: Captain J.R. Bowden; organized 8 June 1863; cadre from H Company; company disbanded 1 April 1864 as being illegally organized. Assignments: 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, July – October 18863; Western Division, Heavy Artillery, 7th Military District of South Carolina, October – November 18683; Unattached, 1st Sub-district, 7th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – January 1864; Hagood’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, January – February 1864; 7th Military Distirct of South Carolina, February – April 1864. Battle: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863.

K Company: Captain Samuel M. Richardson; organized 21 June 1863; cadre from G Company; company disbanded 1 April 1864 as being illegally organized. Assignments: 1st Sub-divison, 1st Military district of South Carolina, July – October 1863; Western Division, Heavy Artillery, 7th Military District of South Carolina, October – November 1863; Unattached, 1st Sub-district, 7th Military District of South Carolina, December 1863 – January 1864; Hagood’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, February – April 1864. Battle: Charleston Harbor, August – September 1863.

Palmetto Guards: A Company Seige Artillery/ 18th South Carolina Artillery Battalion

Palmetto Light Artillery, Palmetto (2nd) Light Artillery, Palmetto (2nd) Light Battery

Captain Hugh R. Garden; organized in Charleston during the Spring of 1862; recruited primarily from the Charleston and Georgetown areas; sent to Virginia, attached to B.W. Frobel's, M.W. Henry's, and J.C. Haskell's Battalion of Artillery; Second Manassas; Cold Harbor; Petersburg; Appomattox Campaign; Maryland Campaign; Gettysburg, 63 engaged; surrendered 3 officers and 98 men at Appomattox Court House, Virginia on 9 April 1865. Armament: one 12-pounder howitzer, one 12-pound Napoleon, two 6-pound smoothbore, August – September 1862; two 12-pound Napoleons, two 10-pound Parrotts, 1 – 3 July 1863; three 12-pound Napoleons, one 10-pound Parrott, 19 July 1863 – 31 December 1964. Assignments: Kemper’s Artillery Battalion, Hood’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, August 1862 – February 1863; Kemper’s Battalion, Hood’s Division, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, February – April 1863; Kemper’s - Henry’s Artillery Battalion, Hood’s Division, Department of Southern Virginia, April – May 1863; Henry’s Artillery Battalion, Hood’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, May – July 1863; Henry’s Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, July – September 1863; Henry’s – Haskell’s Artillery Battalion, Reserve Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia, September – October 1863; Haskell’s Artillery Battalion, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, October 1863 – May 1864; Haskell’s Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, May 1864 – April 1865. Battles: Rappahannock Station, 23 August 1862; 2nd Manassas, 28 – 30 August 1862; South Mountain, 14 September 1862; Sharpsgurg, 17 September 1862; Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862; Gettysburg, 1 – 3 July 18863; Bristoe Campaign, 9 –22 October 1863; Mine Run Campaign, November – December 1863; The Wilderness, 5 – 6 May 1864; Spotsylvania Court House, 8 – 21 May 1864; North Anna, 23 – 26 May 1864; Cold Harbor, 1 – 3 June 1864; Petersburg Siege, June 1864 – April 1865; Appomattox Court House, 9 April 1865.

Palmetto Light Battery: C Company Palmetto Battalion

Palmetto (2nd) Light Battery: Garden's Battery

Parker's Battery: Captain E.L. Parker; Marion Light Artillery

Pee Dee Artillery, Pee Dee Light Artillery

Captain David G. McIntosh; Captain Ervin B. Brunson; Captain William E. Zimmerman; originally formed as D Company, Pee Dee Rifles, 1st South Carolina Volunteers, on 21 July 1861; recruited primarily from the Florence County area; converted to artillery in March 1862 in Virginia; armed with two rifled cannon and two 12-pound howitzers; assigned to Pegram's Battalion (Colonel Wm. Johnston Pegram, Virginia) as F Company, the Pee Dee Battery; assigned to R.L. Walker's Battalion of Artillery; assigned to B.C. Manley's Battalion of Artillery, Army of the Tennessee; became C Company Charleston Seige Train Artillery, June 1864; Captain E.B. Brunson took command 2 March 1863; Captain W.E. Zimmerman took command March 1864; Seven Days Battles; Harpers Ferry; Sharpsburg; Fredericksburg; Chancellorsville; Gettysburg, 65 engaged; Spotsylvania; Cold Harbor; Charleston; in April 1864, 2 officers and 66 present for duty; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Armament: four 3-inch rifles, 1 – 3 July 1863. Assignments: A.P. Hill’s Division Artillery Battalion, Army of Northern Virginia, June 1862; A.P. Hill’s Division Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, June – July 1862; J.R. Anderson’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, July 1862; A.P. Hill’s Division Artillery Battalion, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, August 1862 – May 1863; Pegram’s Artillery Battalion, Reserve Artillery, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, May – July 1863; Pegram’s Artillery Battalion, 3rd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, July 1863 – June 1864; Taliaferro’s Brigade, June – December 1864; Anderson’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, December 1864; Rhett’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, January – February 1865; Rhett’s Brigade, Taliaferro’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, February – April 1865; Manley’s Artillery Battalion, 1st Corps, Army of Tennessee, April 1865. Battles: Seven Days Battles, 25 June – 1 July 1862; Beaver Dam Creek, 26 June 1862; Gaines’ Mill, 27 June 1862; Frayser’s Farm, 30 June 1862; Malvern Hill, 1 July 1862; Cedar Mountain, 9 August 1862; 2nd Manassas, 28 – 30 August 1862; Harpers Ferry, 12 – 15 September 1862; Sharpsburg, 17 September 1862; Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862; Chancellorsville, 1 – 4 May 1863; Gettysburg, 1 – 3 July 1863; Bristoe Campaign, 9 –22 October 1863; Mine Run Campaign, November – December 1863; The Wilderness, 5 – 6 May 1864; Spotsylvania Court House, 8 – 21 May 1864; North Anna, 23 – 26 May 1864; Cold Harbor, 1 – 3 June 1864; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Preston’s Artillery: A Battery, 1st South Carolina Artillery

Rhett's Battery: Captain A. Burnet Rhett; Brooks Artillery

Richardson's Battery: Captain S.M. Richardson; K Company Palmetto Battalion

Rutledge Mounted Rifles and Horse Artillery: A Company, Captain W.L. Trenholm (21 September 1861); 18 March 1864; B Company 7th South Carolina Cavalry; B Company, Captain J.J. Magee (27 May 1863); 18 March 1864; G Company 7th South Carolina Cavalry

Santee Light Artillery

Captain Christopher Gaillard; organized on 30 October 1861; formed during July and August of 1862 at Camp Palmer, Santee; three field pieces and 51 men under the command of Lieutenant J. Calhoun Cain stationed at Fort Warren, Santee River, Battery Warren; one section sent to Andersonville, Christ Church Parish, under the command of Lieutenant John Venning, and then moved to Battery Warren under the command of Lieutenant Andrew H. DuPre; moved to Mount Pleasant on 18/19 May 1863; sent to Charleston, and then back to Mount Pleasant, returning to Battery Warren by 27 June 1863; one section to Collins Bridge; exchanged one section of Napoleons for Rifled Guns on 30 October 1863; one field piece moved to McClellanville on 7 March 1864; one section to Mount Pleasant on 30 March 1864; section assigned to Charleston had one officer and 49 men; in April 1865 unit had a strength of four officers and 57 men; incorporated into the South Carolina Horse Artillery; originally B Company 6th South Carolina Infantry Battalion, converting in early 1863 to artillery; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Armament: two 6-pound smoothbore, two 3-inch rifles, 3 May 1864 – 6 January 1865. Assignments: James Island, June – August 1862; 1st Military District of South Carolina, September 1862 – July 1863; 4th Military District of South Carolina, July 1863 – July 1864; 1st Military District of South Carolina, one section, January – April 1864; Trapier’s Brigade, July – December 1864; 5th Artillery Battalion, December 1864 – January 1865. Battles: McClellansville, 25 March 1864; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Schulz's Battery: Captain F.C. Schulz; F Company Palmetto Battalion; Chestnut Light Artillery

Seige Artillery, Seige Train, Seige Train Artillery: 18th South Carolina Artillery Battalion

South Carolina Horse Artillery: Santee Light Artillery, Captain Christopher Gaillard

Stallings' Battery: Captain G.W. Stallings; G Company 2nd South Carolina Artillery Regiment

Stanley Artillery: Possibly the McQueen Artillery

Sumter Battery: A Company 1st South Carolina Artillery Regiment

Vigilant Rifles: Captain Samuel Y. Tupper; 1st South Carolina Militia Artillery. Organized during the Fall of 1861 and mustered out of service in early 1862; recalled to service in early 1865. Assignments: Department of South Carolina, November 1861; Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, November – December 1861; Unattached, Taliaferro’s Division, January – February 1865.

Waccamaw Light Artillery

Captain Joshua Mayham Ward; organized 20 January 1862; Captain J.M. Ward took command on 6 August 1864; organized in early 1863 (?) with men recruited primarily from Georgetown County; Charleston, until evacuation in February 1865; at one time attached to the 10th Infantry; later disbanded. Armament: three 6-pound smoothbore, one 3-inch + rifle, 3 May 1864; two 12-pound howitzers, two 6-pound smoothbores, 6 January 1865. Assignments: 2nd Military District of South Carolina, April 1862; 4th Military District of South Carolina, February 1863; 1st Military District of South Carolina, March – June 1863; 4th Military District of South Carolina, June 1863 – July 1864; Ripley’s Brigade, July – August 1864; Trapier’s Brigade, October 1864 – February 1865. Battles: Black River, one section, 13 August 1862; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Wagner Artillery: D Company Palmetto Battalion

Walter's Light Battery: Washington Light Artillery; Captain George H. Walter

Ward's Battery of Artillery: Captain Joshua Ward, Waccamaw Artillery

Washington Artillery

Captain James F. Hart; Captain Stephen D. Lee; Captain E. Lindsley Halsey; originally organized in June 1861 to be attached to the Hampton Legion Artillery Battalion, but never assigned; coastal South Carolina; sent to Virginia; assigned to Stuart's and R.P. Chew's Horse Artillery; Seven Days Battles to Cold Harbor; Petersburg; assigned to B.C. Manley's Battalion of Artillery, Army of the Tennessee; North Carolina; Seven Days Battles; Gettysburg, 4 officers and 75 men engaged; also know as Hart's Company, Captain James F. Hart or Lee's Company; surrendered 26 April 1865 at Durham Station, Orange County, North Carolina, as part of the forces under General Joseph E. Johnston. Armament: three Blakeley rifles, 1 – 3 July 1863; four 3-inch rifles, 28 December 1864. Assignments: 3rd Military District of South Carolina, April – June 1862; Garnett’s Artillery Battalion, D.R. Jones’ Division, Magruder’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia, June – July 1862; Semmes’ Brigade, D.R. Jones’ Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia; Horse Artillery Battalion, Cavalry Division, Army of Northern Virginia, August 1862 – September 1863; Chew’s Horse Artillery Battalion, Cavalry Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, September 1863 – January 1865; Butler’s Division Artillery, Hampton’s Cavalry Command, February – April 1865; Butler’s Division Artillery, Hampton’s Cavalry Command, Army of Tennessee, April 1865. Battles: Edisto Island, one section, 29 March 1862; Seven Days Battles, 25 June – 1 July 1862; 2nd Manassas, 28 – 30 August 1862; Sharpsburg, 17 September 1862; Stuart’s expedition into Maryland and Pennsylvania, one section, 9 –12 October 1862; Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862; Chancellorsville, 1 – 4 May 1863; Brandy Station, 9 June 1863; 2nd Winchester, 14 – 15 June 1863; Middleburg, 19 June 1863; Upperville, 21 June 1863; Hanover, 30 June 1863; Gettysburg, 1 – 3 July 1863; Williamsport, 5 July 1863; Bristoe Campaign, 9 –22 October 1863; Mine Run Campaign, November – December 1863; The Wilderness, 5 – 6 May 1864; Spotsylvania Court House, 8 – 21 May 1864; North Anna, 23 – 26 May 1864; Cold Harbor, 1 – 3 June 1864; Petersburg Siege, June 1864 – April 1865; Vaughan Road, 1 October 1864; Carolinas Campaign, February – April 1865.

Washington Artillery, Washington Light Artillery: Captain George H. Walter; 10 November 1861

Washington Mounted Artillery: A Company 7th South Carolina Infantry Battalion

Watie's Artillery: Captain John Watie; B Company Palmetto Battalion

Winder's Battery: Captain Charles S. Winder; 12 May 1861; after Child's Battery; organized in early 1861 and mustered out in the Summer of 1861. Assignment: Charleston Harbor, July 1861.

Zimmerman's Battery: Captain W.E. Zimmerman; Pee Dee Artillery

 

Artillery Battalion Assignments of South Carolina Units in Confederate Service

Alexander's Battalion

Colonel E.P. Alexander

May 1863, Captain A.B. Rhett's Battery

Beckham's Battalion

Major R.F. Beckham

May 1863 and July 1863, Captain J.F. Hart's Battery

Coit's Battalion

January 1865, Captain James I. Kelly's Battery

Frobel's Battalion

Major B.W. Frobel

September 1862, Captain W.K. Bachman's Battery, Captain H.R. Garden's Battery

Hart's Battalion

Major James F. Hart

March 1865, Captain E.L. Halsey's Battery

Haskell's Battalion

Major John C. Haskell

January 1864, Captain H.R. Garden's Battery

Henry's Battalion

Major M.W. Henry

July 1863, Captain W.K. Bachman's Battery, Captain H.R. Garden's Battery

Huger's Battalion

Lieutenant Colonel Frank Huger

27 February 1864, Captain W.W. Fickling's Battery

Jones' Battalion, Reserve Artillery

Major H.P. Jones

July 1862, Captain A.B. Rhett's Battery

Lee's Battalion

Colonel S.D. Lee

September 1862, Captain A.B. Rhett's Battery

McIntosh's Battalion

Major D.G. McIntosh

Manley's Battalion

Major B.C. Manley

29 April 1865, Captain G.H. Walter's Battery

Captain W.E. Zimmerman's Battery

Martin's Battalion

Major Robert Martin

November 1863, Captain T.B. Ferguson's Battery

Pegram's Battalion

Major W.J. Pegram

July 1863, Captain E.B. Brunson's Battery, F Company, Pee Dee Artillery, relieved May 1864, by Captain Thomas E. Gregg's Battery

Pelham's Battalion, Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion

Major John Pelham

September 1862, Captain J.F. Hart's Battery

Walker's Battalion

Major/ Colonel R.L. Walker

September 1862, Captain D.G. McIntosh's Battery

May 1863, Captain E.B. Brunson's Battery