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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Battle of Milford Station. (search)
lt, and thus the battle to a close. We then marched to a high ridge about three miles west of Milford, where we formed a line of battle, expecting a flank movement of the enemy; but no enemy appearmetime about 2 o'clock, that afternoon, where we were welcomed by the rest of our division. A Milford and surroundings. The first one to meet me was my captain, and his first inquiry naturally enough was, Where are my sword and blankets? I could only reply, At Milford. Such is the fate of war. The loss of such articles was no trifling matter in those days. There was no money, and littled must have required several days of incessant labor for its erection. During a recent trip to Milford by the writer he, together with Captain J. M. Hudgin, of the 30th Virginia infantry, visited thmorning of the 21st, Lee was at Spotsylvania Courthouse, thirty miles off, while Hancock was at Milford, only sixteen miles from the junction. Lee lost no time in reaching the junction to select his