Virginia's Dabney's BatteryEdit This Page

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Brief History

  • Organized in April, 1862, at Richmond, Virginia.
  • The unit was active in the Seven Days' Battles, then moved to North Carolina. Here it was to operate on the rivers, and in December, serving as heavy artillery, was stationed at Goldsboro with 2 officers and 31 men.
  • Later it was assigned to E. F. Moseley's Battalion of Artillery, Department of Richmond.
  • Early in 1864 the battery disbanded.
  • Captain William J. Dabney was in command.


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