Browsing named entities in Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore). You can also browse the collection for Minor or search for Minor in all documents.

Your search returned 4 results in 2 document sections:

and J. Armstrong, company H, (the latter was formerly in company B, Third Kansas,) and Lieuts. Dickerson, company C, Huddleton, company E, Gardner, company F, and Minor, company D. This made in all two hundred and forty men, with the addition of half a dozen white scouts. The men were armed with the Prussian and Austrian rifled hurrying out. Lieut. Thrasher, in command of the first, went on the double-quick down the ravine to the west, followed closely by that under Lieuts. Dickerson and Minor. In the mean while, the detachment under Gardner was attacked by the foe, who swept down like a whirlwind upon it. One volley was fired in concert which emptiedtention of charging upon him. A steady volley checked this movement, and a raking fire on their flank from the companies under Lieutenants Thrasher, Dickerson, and Minor, changed their advance into disorderly rout, in which a number of saddles were emptied. Captain Seamen, observing large reenforcements moving by the east, apparen
apers, and reports of that regiment. A hundred horses, with all their equipments, and a large quantity of quartermaster's and commissary stores, remained with the victors. The brave boys engaged in the affair certainly exhibit no inordinate vanity in regarding it as one of the most brilliant little achievements of the war. Every officer of the Third and Fourth Ohio present at the affair, is said to have behaved ably and well. Third Ohio volunteer cavalry--Captains W. M. Flanagan, Minor, Luckey; Lieutenants Hains, Brewster, Likins, Brainard, Hall. Fourth Ohio volunteer cavalry--Colonel Eli Long; Major Matthews; Captains Boss, Rogers, Rifenberick, Adae; Lieutenants Wood and McGrew. Our casualties were as follows: Third Ohio--Wounded, Lieut. Hall, company K, slightly; D. J. Ashley, severely; Thomas Thorpe, mortally. Fourth Ohio--Killed, George Saums. Wounded, Capt. Rifenberick, company I, severely; Corporal B. Winans, severely; Jacob Carolus, severely. Some of