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Chapter XII Moving to Bowling Green James Card, the scout and guide General Sill Colonel Schaefer Colonel G. W. Roberts movement on Murfreesboroa opening of the battle of Stone River. My division had moved from Crab Orchard to Bo Fourteenth Army Corps, its three brigades of four regiments each being respectively commanded by General Sill, Colonel Frederick Schaefer and Colonel Dan McCook; but a few days later Colonel George W. Roberts's brigade, from the garrison at Nashville, not only would have shed additional lustre on his name, but would have been of marked benefit to his country. Colonel Schaefer, of the Second Missouri Infantry, had been absent on sick-leave during the Kentucky campaign, but about this date hede) resting on the Wilkinson pike, the right (Sill's brigade) in the timber we had just gained, and the reserve brigade (Schaefer's) to the rear of my centre, on some rising ground in the edge of a strip of woods behind Houghtaling's and Hescock's ba
ich I was able to take up a new position with Schaefer's and Sill's brigades on the commanding groun a heavy fire we succeeded in this manoeuvre, Schaefer's brigade marching first, then the batteries,tery in the angle. This presented Sill's and Schaefer's brigades in an almost opposite direction tofice of my command, so I informed Roberts and Schaefer that we must be prepared to meet the demand oe up a line on my right, came into position. Schaefer's and Sill's brigades being without a cartrids killed; a little later I lost my fourth-Colonel Schaefer. The difficulties of withdrawing wereight of General Palmer's division; and two of Schaefer's regiments, having obtained ammunition, wererry Wood's position. It was here that I lost Schaefer, who was killed instantly, making my fourth b loss of my brigade commanders-Sill, Roberts, Schaefer, and Harrington-and a large number of regimensha C. Hibbard. Second brigade: (1) Colonel Frederick Schaefer. (2) Lieutenant-Colonel Bernard Laib