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Maj. Jed. Hotchkiss, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 3, Virginia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 24 2 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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ners. The Second brigade, by request of General Wilcox, was removed to a point of woods about half a mile from the river. When it reached there, the enemy had already been repulsed at that point by a flank movement of Brigadier-General R. H. Anderson. The Third brigade was sent to support General Whiting's attack upon the enemy's left, but reached there only in time to witness the evidence of a bloody triumph, and the guns of the enemy in possession of the gallant Texas brigade. Colonel S. V. Fulkerson, commanding the brigade, fell, mortally wounded, shortly after his arrival on the spot. General Lawton, of the Fourth brigade, after rendering timely and important support, before described, to General Ewell's command, pressed to the brow of the hill, driving the enemy before him, and cooperating in that general charge, late in the evening, that closed the labors of the day. On my extreme right, General Whiting advanced his division through the same dense forest and swamp, emerging
Col. John B. Baldwin's Fifty-second Virginia were in supporting distance between Alleghany mountain and Monterey; Col. S. V. Fulkerson's Thirty-seventh Virginia, Col. William B. Taliaferro's Twenty-third Virginia, and Col. W. C. Scott's Forty-fourthllow along the main road. On the 9th General Jackson issued orders from Greenbrier river that the brigades of Rust and Fulkerson should draw four days rations of salt meat and hard bread; similar orders were issued by Loring. After the plan of cam, located at Valley mountain and guarding that approach to Huntersville, with the Thirty-seventh Virginia, under Col. S. V. Fulkerson, in his rear guarding the line of communication to Millboro depot and Jackson's left flank. At midnight of Octotructed works and which they were actively engaged in completing, to move down the Greenbrier and fall upon the rear of Fulkerson and Gilham, on the Huntersville line, and so open that route for an advance from Tygart's valley to threaten the Virgi
y already there, followed after Ashby at dawn of the 22d, Fulkerson's brigade from Woodstock and Garnett's and Burks' from Mtn, to support Ashby, guard the train and form a reserve. Fulkerson's brigade, followed by part of Carpenter's battery, was me brief reply in passing. Nearing the Federal batteries, Fulkerson turned northwest and, rapidly moving, soon gained and depving gained the crest of the ridge, marched along that to Fulkerson's line, where most of it took position on his right, thus front of the wood above this field, supported by some of Fulkerson's men. This disposition of his fighters was admirable. Iivan's right. Tyler's vigorous onset was unexpected, but Fulkerson, on Jackson's left, behind the stone fence, met it with a with his other regiments, soon renewed the attack, which Fulkerson again repulsed from his front, but which fiercely continuhich he tried in vain to rally, swept by him in retreat. Fulkerson was easily holding his position on the left when Garnett'
lry battalion: Sweeney, James W., major. Thirty-sixth Infantry regiment (formerly Second Kanawha regiment): Fife, William E., major, lieutenant-colonel; Linkons, Benjamin R., lieutenant-colonel; McCausland, John A., colonel; Reid, L. Wiber, lieutenant-colonel; Smith, Thomas, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. Thirty-seventh Cavalry battalion: Claiborne, James R., major; Dunn, Ambrose C., lieutenant-colonel. Thirty-seventh Infantry regiment: Carson, Robert P., lieutenant-colonel; Fulkerson, Samuel V., colonel; Terry, John F., lieutenant-colonel; Williams, Titus V., major, colonel; Wood, Henry C., major. Thirty-seventh Militia regiment: Coles, Thomas R., major; Downing, Joseph, major; Littrell, Leroy N., lieutenant-colonel; Straughan, Samuel L., colonel. Thirty-eighth Artillery battalion: Blount, Joseph G., major; Dearing, James, major; Read, John P. W., major; Stribling, Robert M., major. Thirty-eighth Infantry regiment: Cabell, Joseph R., major, lieutenant-colonel,