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Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 5 1 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 1 1 Browse Search
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y-Fourth Massachusetts, Major Harrison W. Pratt. Fifth New York Heavy Artillery, Second Battalion, Major Caspar Urban. One Hundred and Sixteenth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas F. Wildes. One Hundred and Twenty-third Ohio, Captain John W. Chamberlin. Second brigade: Guarding trains, and not engaged in the battle. Lieutenant-Colonel Robert S. Northcott. First West Virginia, Lieutenant-Colonel Jacob Weddle. Fourth West Virginia, Captain Benjamin D. Boswell. Twelfth West Virginia, Captain Erastus G. Bartlett. Third brigade: Colonel Thomas M. Harris. Twenty-third Illinois (battalion), Captain Samuel A. Simison. Fifty-fourth Pennsylvania (1), Lieutenant-Colonel John P. Linton Fifty-fourth Pennsylvania (2), Major Enoch D. Yutzy. Tenth West Virginia, Major Henry H. Withers. Eleventh West Virginia, Lieutenant-Colonel Van H. Bukey. Fifteenth West Virginia, Major John W. Holliday. Second division: (1) Colonel Isaac H. Duval. (2) Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes. first brigade: (1) Colonel<
31, 1865. 9:45 P. M. Lieutenant-General Grant: Would it not be well for Warren to go down with his whole corps and smash up the force in front of Sheridan? Humphreys can hold the line to the Boydton plank-road, and the refusal along with it. Bartlett's brigade is now on the road from G. Boisseau's, running north, where it crosses Gravelly Run, he having gone down the White Oak road. Warren could go at once that way, and take the force threatening Sheridan in rear at Dinwiddie, and move on tter following the enemy a short distance, and form in line of battle near Gravelly Run Church, at right angles with the White Oak road, with Ayres and Crawford facing toward the enemy at the junction of the White Oak and Claiborne roads, leaving Bartlett, now commanding Griffin's division, near the Ford road. Mackenzie also was left on the Ford road at the crossing of Hatcher's Run, Merritt going into camp on the widow Gillian's plantation. As I had been obliged to keep Crook's division along