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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 18 0 Browse Search
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orgia militia, under General Cobb, were reported to be at Lovejoy Station. I met and drove back Wheeler's advance next morning, and found him in position, occupying the old rebel earthworks constructed by Hood's army on its recent retreat from Jonesboro. Colonel Murray (First brigade) charged and carried their works, capturing two (2) three-inch rifled guns, (taken from General Stoneman,) and killed and wounded a large number of the enemy. Wheeler now retreated in great confusion to Bear Creek Station, where he attempted to halt and make a stand. But Colonel Atkins, (Second brigade,) being now in advance, charged him with the Tenth Ohio cavalry, when he again broke, and rapidly retreated to Griffin, a distance of ten (10) miles. Wheeler being disposed of for a time, I separated my command, marching on two roads, that the greater amount of cotton, cotton-gins, and other valuable property might be destroyed. After pushing well in on Forsyth, and being convinced that the impressio
k the advance, skirmishing with the rebels as far as Bear Creek Station, where it was ordered to halt, rest our horses, and hase. After a short halt, we moved forward, passing Bear Creek Station. We left the railroad to our right, and for severalok the advance, and encountered Wheeler's cavalry at Bear Creek Station. The Tenth Ohio volunteer cavalry, Lieutenant-Colon and four (4) captured. We encamped that night near Bear Creek Station. 18th. Marched eighteen miles, and encamped on te battery was in action at Lovejoy's Station, and at Bear Creek Station. At Lovejoy's Station, the battery silenced the enevember, Wheeler's command having been encountered at Bear Creek Station, the Tenth Ohio was ordered to the advance, and dire. 16th. Passing through Jonesboro. Lovejoy, and Bear Creek Station, moved three (3) miles on the McDonough road, and enof November and December of this year: Captured near Bear Creek Station, November sixteenth, 24; Macon, November twentieth,