Statistics for occurrence #1 of “W. H. F. Lee” in chapter 31 of Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army .:
... Run was posted Mumford's cavalry, dismounted.
In the return itself was Wallace's brigade, and next on its right came Ransom's, then Stewart's, then Terry's, then Corse's. On the right of Corse was W. H. F. Lee 's division of cavalry.
Ten pieces of artillery also were in this line, three on the right of the works, three near the centre at the crossroads, and four on the left, in the return.
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