Davidson's-Chamberlayne's Battery

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===Brief History===
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=== Brief History ===
  
*Assembled in April, 1862
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*Assembled in April, 1862  
*It was attached to the 13th Battalion Virginia Artillery, but served as an independent command.  
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*It was attached to the [[13th_Battalion,_Virginia_Light_Artillery|13th Battalion Virginia Artillery]], but served as an independent command.  
 
*During the war it was assigned to J. F. King's, J. H. Gibbes', and W. W. Owen's Battalion of Artillery.  
 
*During the war it was assigned to J. F. King's, J. H. Gibbes', and W. W. Owen's Battalion of Artillery.  
 
*After serving in Western Virginia it moved to Tennessee, fought in the Knoxville Campaign, then returned to Virginia.  
 
*After serving in Western Virginia it moved to Tennessee, fought in the Knoxville Campaign, then returned to Virginia.  
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*Captains John H. Chamberlayne and George S. Davidson.
 
*Captains John H. Chamberlayne and George S. Davidson.
  
===Companies===
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=== Companies ===
  
men from Southwestern Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
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men from Southwestern Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.  
  
===Source Material===
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=== Source Material ===

Revision as of 21:43, 14 November 2010

Brief History

  • Assembled in April, 1862
  • It was attached to the 13th Battalion Virginia Artillery, but served as an independent command.
  • During the war it was assigned to J. F. King's, J. H. Gibbes', and W. W. Owen's Battalion of Artillery.
  • After serving in Western Virginia it moved to Tennessee, fought in the Knoxville Campaign, then returned to Virginia.
  • Here it participated in the defense of Petersburg and Richmond, and disbanded early in 1865.
  • Captains John H. Chamberlayne and George S. Davidson.

Companies

men from Southwestern Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.

Source Material