with honorable scars, low in glory's lap they lie, Though
They Fell, They Fell Like Stars, Streaming Splendour through
to the online home of the original Company B, 3rd Battalion North
Carolina Light Artillery, The Edenton Bell Battery. This site provides
information from various sources. It is our hope that this site
will serve as a great resource and educational tool to provide information
about the brave men who served in Badham's Artillery.
3rd Battalion was one of four battalions and three regiments out
of North Carolina that served the southern cause with artillery.
The 3rd Battalion was made up of three companies, or batteries.
Company A (North Hampton Artillery), Company C (North Carolina Artillery,
and Company B (The Edenton Bell Battery). The Edenton Bell Battery
was one of fifty-four batteries that served North Carolina during
the War of Southern Independence. Formed up in eastern North Carolina,
The Bell Battery has a unique history that historians still talk
page of this site contains specific information about Company B,
including; Officer Biographies, complete roster with service bio's,
ordnance information, an abridged history of service, a battle timeline,
pictures and much more!
Enjoy your visit
and thank you for your interest in The Edenton Bell Battery.
Original Bell Battery Cannon in Edenton
Beautiful Historic Edenton is a great
tourist town. Edenton is the hometown of Company B, 3rd Battalion
and two of the original cannon are on display infront of the historic
Barker House. Chowan Courthouse and St. Paul Episcopal Church,
where two of the bells that were melted to make two of Company
B's artillery pieces are also great tourist attractions. Edenton
The Jones Section (St. Paul & Edenton)
of Company B 3rd Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, "Edenton
Bell Battery" in Edenton, NC.
June 3, 1908 or 1909 Chowan County Confederate
Veteran's Reunion. Captain William Badham's Widow pictured in
ARTICLES AND FINDINGS
written by John A. Miller about Private Alonzo L Berry, found
Battery cited in in a Cape Fear Institue article written about
the Battle of Forks Road, found on CFHI.net
Harper's Weekly artical reporting on the the battles of Goldsboro,
Kinston and White Hall, found on Sonofthesouth.net
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