Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Major Charles M. Stedman” in chapter 1.39, section c.1.39.141, page 337 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...n, Virginia, to guard the railroad connections there entering, and thus protecting General Lee's communications with Richmond. Colonel T. C. Singletary with two companies, remained at the Junction. Major Charles M. Stedman , with four companies, commanded north of the Junction and the bridges of the Fredericksburg, and of the Central (now C. & O.), Railroad across the South Anna and the Little River, four in number,...
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