This was also a Mobile battery, and was organized in that city, October 1861. It remained there till May 1862, then tarried at Columbus, several months. Sent to Corinth unequipped, the men served with other batteries till the siege of Vicksburg, when the battery was organized, and suffered in casualties while in charge of the heavy guns. Captured and paroled, the battery was on garrison duty at Mobile, and one or two other points, till the struggle closed.
Captains--John D. Haynie.
Lieutenants--John G. Cleveland; resigned. Thomas Emanuel; killed at Vicksburg. .... Morris John Schlater.