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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in Wickham's cavalry brigade. (search)
tes Kelley, J J Conner, Capt Whitehead, Pvtes Watts and Bayton, 2d Va cav; Pvtes Dabney, P F Jones, R T Armintead, W L Rogers, J H Ware, Sergt W B Foster, W M Folkes, J S Hardaway; Thos Fowier, C S Clarke, W L Gathrie, W M Hill, Corp'l Young, Pvtes Harrison, White, Jolley, Nat Thackston, S T Wootton, 3d Va cav; privates W Busic, B T Wayland, and Corp'l J T Amos, 4th Va cav. Missing: John F Hill. June 21st--Near White House.--Killed Privates A W Parr and B F Settle, 4th Va Wounded: Sergt Mae, J J Morgan, A White, J H Drummon, and F McGee, 2d Va cav; Sergts Ro Singleton, C J. Jones, R C Elliot, W Lay, Carrington, Corpis A Easley, W Pollard, privates C H Phillips, B Harwood, R H Hyde, R H Wrillock, J F Parkinson Bryand, H C Toney, Jas Chandler, C H K 3d Va Lts Heltzman, Solden and W A Moss, Pvtes H Noison, J P Manuel, C L Cushing, P H G B Blankenbaker, J N Harrison, Yates, Geo Fisher, P O Nichols, and T C Nelson, 4th Va cav. [Official] P. Fontaine, Captain and A. A. Gen.
s Gen. Lee knew as early as the 10th of June that Grant was preparing to cross the river, from his having torn up the York River Railroad, and thus manifestly cut himself off from the White House. He expected, however, that he would have made the attempt by way of Bottom's Bridge, since by that route it is a march of only ten miles to the river, pursuing the roads which McClellan took in his retreat two years ago. From the mouth of Bailey's Run (Four-Mile Creek,) only thirteen miles above Harrison's landing, he could have approached Richmond from the southeast, encountering the outer works at a point three or four miles west of Seven Pines, which, and no other, he thinks, is the precise point at which the fighting must terminate, should it be taken by sledge, and to which Grant must come at last, though he avoids it for the present. Gen. Lee supposing, as already said, that Grant would try that road, made every preparation to resist his advance; and had Grant advanced, a desperate