Virginia's Monroe Light Artillery
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- Organized in April 1862
- The unit was active in the Kanawha Valley, then assigned to the Department of Western Virginia participated in numerous conflicts including the actions at White Sulphur Springs and Lewisburg.
- Later it was active in Early's Shenandoah Valley Campaign and disbanded in the spring of 1865.
- In December 1862, the company contained 3 officers and 116 men, and in April, 1864, there were 4 officers and 125 men present.
- Commander was Captain George B. Chapman.
- AKA - G.B. Chapman's Company, Virginia Light Artillery
- AKA - West Virginia's Chapman's Battery, Monroe-Dixie Artillery
Men from Amherst County