Maryland 1st Artillery Battery (CSA)


HISTORICAL NOTES:
The Maryland 1st Artillery Company [also called the Maryland Flying Battery] was organized at Richmond, Virginia, in July, 1861 with men from Baltimore and the Eastern Shore. It fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from Seven Pines to Mine Run, saw action at Cold Harbor and south of the James River, then was involved in the Appomattox operations. The company lost 1 killed and 8 wounded during the Seven Days' Battles, had 1 killed and 6 wounded at Second Manassas, and Days' Battles, had 1 killed and 4 wounded of the 90 engaged at Gettysburg. It surrendered with 1 officer and 36 men.
FIELD OFFICERS:
Andrews, R. Snowden - Captain
Dement, William F. - Captain

ASSIGNMENTS

The unit served in the Department of Fredericksburg, then was assigned to R.S. Andrews', J.W. Latimer's, and C.M. Braxton's Battalion, and later the Maryland Line and D. G. McIntosh's Battalion.

BATTLES:


ROSTERS:
The rolls of this regiment contains the names of 333 men.
Officers
Privates

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REFERENCES:
Sifakis - The Compendium of the Confederate Armies







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