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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
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ut. William McGinnis, commanding company H; Lieut. Richard King, commanding company B; Lieut. Robert Stevenson, commanding company C; Lieut. Robert Hunter, commanding company D; Captain Joseph Fisher and Lieut. H. H. Herring, of company F; Captain Walter Crook, Lieut. M. Peters, and Lieut. Joseph Hamil, of company F; Lieut. T. G. McElravy, commanding company G, with Lieut. George Brecker, of same company; Captain Joseph Ballard and First Lieut. Snodgrass, of company H; Lieut. Robert Cullen, of ct before the closing struggle, cheering his men, clapping his hands and saying: Work away, my lads, we are gaining ground! Noble fellow, he was wounded shortly afterward, and is reported among the missing; we fear he was mortally wounded. Captain Crook and Lieutenant Hallen were also wounded in the action of the thirty-first, and the latter dangerously. Captain Ballen was wounded in the shoulder, slightly. In the action of the second of January, the Seventy-fourth regiment occupied it
Doc. 43.-expedition to Greenbriar, Va. Captain Gilmore's report. camp Somerville, Va., November 12, 1862. Brigadier-General Crook, Commanding Kanation Division: sir: I herewith submit a report of my expedition into Greenbriar County. On the ninth instant, proceeding agreeably to orders, I bivouacked three miles beyond Gauley River; on the morning I marched all day without interruption, but learned that Gen. Jenkins with two thousand five hundred men, in addition to Col. Dunn's force, occupied the country before me, stationed as follows: Col. Dunn's command between Lewisburgh and Frankfort; the Fourteenth regular Virginia cavalry at Williamsburgh; one regiment cavalry at Meadow Bluffs, pasturing horses, with a battalion of four hundred cavalry on the wilderness road as guard ; a small force at White Sulphur, and Gen. Jenkins with the remainder of his command on Muddy Creek, eight miles from Lewisburgh. I, however, pushed forward until within three miles of Williamsb