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however, experienced less difficulty than was apprehended; and joining my command during the day, went into camp on the east side of Bay Creek, supported by Colonel Hunter's brigade, until the general advance was resumed, December first. November thirtieth, my troops occupied the same position, skirmishing with the enemy's cavalry, who made several pertinacious attempts to drive in our pickets; except General Carlin's division, which, in compliance with orders from wing headquarters, marched from 10 1/2 to Ogeechee River; the remainder of Second division and Michigan Engineers moved up from Davisboro; Third brigade, First division, protecting part of train.--Weather: Fine.--Road: Good.--Supplies: Plenty.--Distance: Nine miles. November 30. Order of march: Finding Ragford's Bridge destroyed, the First and Second divisions and Michigan Engineers crossed the Ogeechee at Coward's Bridge, after repairing it, and encamped on the right of the Third division.--Weather: Warm.--Road:
November 30. Order of march: Finding Ragford's Bridge destroyed, the First and Second divisions and Michigan Engineers crossed the Ogeechee at Coward's Bridge, after repairing it, and encamped on the right of the Third division.--Weather: Warm.--Road: Swampy.--Supplies: Scarce; poor country.--Distance: Ten miles.
venteenth, marched through Conyer's Station, and was engaged several hours destroying railroad. November eighteenth, Colonel H. A. Hambright being unfit for duty on account of sickness, Lieutenant-Colonel D. Miles took command of the brigade. November eighteenth to twenty-third, marched to Milledgeville, capital of the State. November twenty-fourth to twenty-seventh, marched to Davisboro Station, on the Macon and Savannah Railroad. November twenty-eighth, marched to Louisville. November thirtieth, marched to Sebastopol, on the Macon and Savannah Railroad. December first to third, marched to Lumpton Station, on the Savannah and Augusta Railroad. December fourth, part of the day the brigade was engaged destroying railroad; was rear-guard to the wagon-train, and skirmished with a small body of cavalry who were hovering in the rear, but with no result. December fifth to eighth, marched to Ebenezer Swamp, where we formed line of battle to protect the train while crossing the s
having destroyed eight miles of road. November thirtieth, started this morning toward Louisville to be one million five hundred thousand. November 30.--Crossed the Ogeechee, and encamped three ; destroyed about two miles of track. November thirtieth, crossed the Ogeechee, and camped about to advance. Made eleven miles this day. November 30.--Marched, at nine o'clock am., up the Ogeek three million feet a fair estimate. November thirtieth, marched eight miles, crossing the OgeecDistance travelled was twenty-one miles. November 30.--Marched at six A. M., and reaching the enall a disdance of twenty-one (21) miles. November 30th.--Marched to near Louisville, ten (10) mi Distance marched, eighteen (18) miles. November 30.--Started on the march again at a quarter the Ogeechee, to guard the pontoon-train. November 30.--Remained in camp all day. By order Major-ar of train and pontoon-bridge train. November thirtieth, remained in camp until seven P. M., whe[3 more...]
ntryBurnt court-house and jail at Sandersville before we marched, and cut down the liberty-pole. Monday, Nov. 287 30 A. M.12 M.923Ogeechee RiverWarm, fine weatherGood country swamp badFirst and Second divisions sent down railroad to destroy it; found bridge burnt by rebels; laid by till it was built. Tuesday, Nov. 2912 M.5 00 P. M.613Beyond LouisvilleWarm, fineGood countryCrossed on pontoons; Fourteenth corps train and cavalry division train passing ahead; passed through Louisville. Wednesday, Nov. 30    In camp all dayWarm First and Second divisions rejoin us. Repairing. Thursday, Dec. 19 00 A. M.5 15 P. M.1317Near BirdvilleWarmSwampyMichigan Engineers build bridges across the creek; forty-six men and one lieutenant One Hundred and Seventh New-York gobbled while out foraging. Friday, Dec. 27 30 A. M.4 15 P. M.1089Buckhead ChurchCloudyGoodPassed a magnificent plantation belonging to Doctor Jones, called Birdville. Saturday, Dec. 38 00 A. M.5 15 P. M.1552Beyond MillenCloudyGoodPas
ng arms, were ordered to load the first time since leaving Atlanta. Four men of this regiment were missing here, and were, it is supposed, captured by the enemy. At dark we returned to Davisboro, and camped for the night. Distance marched, fifteen (15) miles. Tuesday, November twenty-ninth, left camp at half-past 6 A. M. Halted for dinner at Spears's Station; marched at half-past 3; encamped for the night at fifteen minutes past six P. M. Marched about twenty (20) miles. Wednesday, November thirtieth, leaving camp at forty-five minutes past six A. M., marched almost directly north, crossing the Ogeechee River at half-past 5 P. M.; bivouacked for the night at fifteen minutes past six P. M., having marched nine (9) miles. Thursday, December first, 1864, left camp at fifteen minutes past seven A. M..; our brigade in advance, marching nearly south-east, crossing numerous swamps and creeks. Went into camp at fifteen minutes past five P. M. Distance marched, about sixteen (16)