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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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e across Cedar Creek, three miles from Strasburgh, after all had passed except the cavalry, under Gen. Hatch, who. were yet to come up and would ford the river. While they were besmearing the bridge with tar, unsuspecting any danger, the enemy charged down upon them from the mountain on the left, cutting them up in a most unmerciful manner, and capturing all of them except five. These are the names of those who escaped — W. J. Miller, Wm. B. Dah, Robert Gilchrist, Herman Clingman, Benjamin Reynolds, and Theodore Bardsall. All the rest are gone. The others, whether killed, wounded or prisoners, it is impossible for me to ascertain. More information may possibly be received soon. The rapid flight of cavalry caused a great panic among the teamsters, who fled from their wagons, while some upset them and others of them broke down; cattle got loose and joined in the general stampede, and horses breaking loose, joined their neighing and galloping to the great melee. The rebel ca
nteers, Colonel Francis H. West; Eighty-second Ohio veteran Volunteers, Lieutenant-Colonel David Thomson; One Hundred and Forty-third New-York volunteers, Lieutenant-Colonel Hezekiah Watkins; One Hundred and First Illinois volunteers, Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Le Sage; Eighty-second Illinois volunteers, Major F. H. Rolshausen; Sixty-first Ohio veteran volunteers, Captain John Garrett. The officers of my staff were as follows: Captain A. E. Lee, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General; Captain Benj. Reynolds, Acting Assistant Inspector-General; Captain F. S. Wallace, Topographical Engineer; Captain Charles Salamann, Acting Commissary Subsistence; Captain W. T. George, Acting Assistant Quartermaster; Surgeon H. K. Spooner, Surgeon-in-Chief; Captain Cyrus Herrick, Acting Aid-de-Camp; Captain Myron H. Lamb, Acting Aid-de-Camp; Lieutenant Charles M. Lockwood, Acting Assistant Provost-Marshal. The following casualties and losses occurred in my brigade during the campaign: One (1) enlist