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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical memorial of the Charlotte Cavalry. (search)
. Chester Gap, Va., July 21. Brandy Station, Va., August 1 to 11 Adjt. B. C. Bouldin killed. Kelly's Ford, Va., August 2, 3. Little Washington, Va., August 24. Sperryville, Va., August—. Under Gen. Jno. Echols. Droop Mountain, W., Pa., July 30. McConnellsburg, Pa., July 30. Cumberland, Md., August 1. Samuel Dunlop wounded. Old Town, Md., August 2. Green Springs, Md., August 2. Hancock, Md., August 2. New Creek, W. Va., August 4. Moorefield, W. Va., AuguAugust 2. Hancock, Md., August 2. New Creek, W. Va., August 4. Moorefield, W. Va., August 7. Lieut. W. R. Gaines wounded and Adgt J. W. Marshall and Capt. E. E. Bouldin captured. Fisher's Hill, Va., August 13. Fisher's Hill, Va., August 15. Charles P. Noell wounded. Kernstown, Va., August 17. Winchester, Va., August 17. August 2. New Creek, W. Va., August 4. Moorefield, W. Va., August 7. Lieut. W. R. Gaines wounded and Adgt J. W. Marshall and Capt. E. E. Bouldin captured. Fisher's Hill, Va., August 13. Fisher's Hill, Va., August 15. Charles P. Noell wounded. Kernstown, Va., August 17. Winchester, Va., August 17. Opequon, Va., August 19, 20. Charlestown, W. Va., August 21. Summit Point, W. Va., August 21. Halltown, W. Va., August 22. Charlestown, W. Va., August 23. Kearneysville, W. Va., August 25. Leetown, W. Va., August 26. Smithfield,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.21 (search)
der, leaving Early's twenty-four pieces of artillery, also ambulances and ordnance train, at the mercy of Custer's Cavalry, which had struck our column at the Capon Road. By 8 o'clock P. M., all was lost—Early fell back to New Market, and then in a few days his scattered forces were collected and reorganized, with the loss of but 2,860 men. Thus ended one of the most brilliant, and stubbornly fought campaigns of the war, lasting four months. Sheridan's forces. in front of Early from August 2nd to November 1st, numbered over 50,000 men, and his losses, including those of Wallace, at Frederick City, on the 6th of July, and Crook at Winchester on the 24th, exceeded 20,000 men killed, wounded and prisoners. Early's entire force from the 15th of June until November 1st, with all reinforcements, was but 20,000 men of all arms, and his entire losses in killed, wounded and captured, less than 9,000. Remarkable character. Personally General Early was a remarkable character; he w