David....yes, B.H. Smith was Captain of the Third Company. They were assigned to Hardaway through most of the war. I've got some great first hand accounts in various publications. A friend of mine and a gun crew member lives in an old house in Hanover, VA next to Beaulah Church. Most of the structure was burned during the conflict but was rebuilt and doing well. This area became Federal trenches and his house a hospital. The original house was torn down but one of the barns is original. One of the first hand accounts tells of Lee's army moving towards Cold Harbor in '64. I don't have the book in my hand but I recall that it was a Sergeant White in the Third Company and Gunner on the Fourth Detachment (a bronze Napoleon) that noticed artillery movement coming up behind him when near this site. It was the First and Second Companies of The Howitzers. This would be only the second time that they would all be on the field together. Ironically they would support the 11th North Carolina Infantry. This would also be the second time that these two units would meet on the field. The first time being at Big Bethel/Bethel Church. The 11th NC (State Troops) was the 1st NC Volunteers then. My GG Grandfather was a private in Company B.