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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.17 (search)
manded by General Wharton. Later, General Early was joined by General R. H. Anderson, with General Kershaw's division of infantry, and General Fitz. Lee's division of cavalry from General Lee's army that Sheridan had just been informed by a female spy in Winchester that General Anderson, with Kershaw's Division, had been recalled to General Lee's army —such was the pressing need for reinforcemeheridan had already determined to attack, so Grant did not divulge his plan. The withdrawal of Kershaw's Division from General Early's army was most unfortunate for the Confederates. Notwithstandiage 524) there is given from a field return of General Early's army, August 31, 1864, excluding Kershaw's Division, as present for duty, 1,076 officers, 9,570 men, an aggregate of 10,646. Early's Me General Early has never received the credit that he deserves for his Valley campaign. With Kershaw's Division, which should never have been recalled in view of Sheridan's immense force, it is hi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Closing scenes of the war about Richmond. (search)
mile from Chaffin's Bluff, and was there joined by Kershaw's, which extended away to the left. Kershaw had Kershaw had already moved out, and marching diagonally from the line and across our rear, had passed the river at Wilton Br, and the command followed the route in the rear of Kershaw, across Wilton bridge, some two miles back of Chaffe troops of Ewell's Corps were massed together, and Kershaw's Division sent to the reported scene of action, buof Bushrod Johnson's command on the right, and with Kershaw on the left. Still further to the left, or in our od Johnson and Pickett moved on, and Custis Lee and Kershaw followed. Gordon must have taken the righthand rhe road immediately before him. Custis Lee's and Kershaw's Divisions were therefore massed on the hillside, were faced about and formed in line of battle, with Kershaw on the (now) right of the road, Custis Lee on the las. I saw a number of men in blue uniform, where Kershaw's line had been, but supposing them to be prisoners