moments, I came to the edge of the woods and saw Goodman of our company leading Colonel Olcott's horse, and a Company G man told me that the colonel was shot in the head, and a prisoner.
As I came out of the woods a little way, I saw a line of battle was formed and the men as they came up joined it. I loaded my gun which I had fired only once during the affair.
The men I had seen as I came back must have been Rebs hurrying to their lines.
In this affair Matteson, Proctor, Tieny, Young, Conklin and Beals were taken prisoners, and were sent to Andersonville.
They were not exchanged for months and did not return to the regiment until after Lee's surrender.
Shortly after we had formed in the field by the batteries, we were moved back into a line of entrenchments.
About 10 o'clock the same night we marched back to the road, and following it some distance to the rear, moved off it again and went into line of battle near Wilderness Tavern, and threw up entrenchments.
The same mornin