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=== Companies  ===
 
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Company A (Southampton Lee Artillery)
  
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Company B (Atlantic Artillery) - many men from Norfolk and environs
  
Company A (Southampton Lee Artillery)
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Company C (Cockade Mounted Battery)  
  
Company B (Atlantic Artillery) - many men from Norfolk and environs
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Company D (Peyton Artillery)  
  
Company C (Cockade Mounted Battery)
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Company E ( Alexandria Artillery also known as Captain David L. Smoot's Company)  
 
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Company D (Peyton Artillery)
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Company E ( Alexandria Artillery also known as Captain David L. Smoot's Company)
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The information above is from ''18th and 20th Battalions of Heavy Artillery'', by Tracy Chernault and  
 
The information above is from ''18th and 20th Battalions of Heavy Artillery'', by Tracy Chernault and  
  
Jeffrey C. Weaver
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Jeffrey C. Weaver  
  
 
Field and Staff  
 
Field and Staff  

Revision as of 20:47, 23 September 2011

Brief History

Organized in June 1862, with men from Norfolk and Alexandria, and Southampton, Isle of Wight, and York counties
In April 1865, the unit was assigned to Barton's Brigade as infantry
It surrendered ar Appomattox with 2 officers and 23 men

Companies

Company A (Southampton Lee Artillery)

Company B (Atlantic Artillery) - many men from Norfolk and environs

Company C (Cockade Mounted Battery)

Company D (Peyton Artillery)

Company E ( Alexandria Artillery also known as Captain David L. Smoot's Company)

The information above is from 18th and 20th Battalions of Heavy Artillery, by Tracy Chernault and

Jeffrey C. Weaver

Field and Staff

Roster

Company A

Roster

Company B

Roster

Company C

Roster

Company D

Roster

Company E

Roster

Other Source Materials

References