Statistics for occurrence #1 of “The Rev. O. A. Brickman” in chapter 198 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6.:
...s, supposed to have been captured.
Tuesday the fifth, the whole of the command concentrated near Yanceyville, and during the day divine service was held in the St. James's church at that place.
The Rev. O. A. Brickman , Chaplain First Maryland cavalry, officiated, and a patriotic and fervent prayer was offered by Major C. H. Russell, of the same regiment.
In the afternoon the retrograde movement was commenced.
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