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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 6 Browse Search
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their Captain, and did justice to a reputation already won. Captain William W. Blackford, of the engineers, assigned to duty with me the day before the battles, was always in advance, obtaining valuable information of the enemy's strength, movements, and position, locating routes and making hurried topographical sketches. He is bold in reconnoissance, fearless in danger, and remarkably cool and correct in judgment. His services are invaluable to the advance guard of an army. Captain J. Hardeman Stuart, signal corps, was particularly active and fearless in the transmission of orders at Cold Harbor, and deserves my special thanks for his gallant conduct. Captain Norman Fitzhugh, A. A. G., chief of staff, though but recently promoted from the ranks, gave evidence of those rare qualities, united with personal gallantry, which constitute a capable and efficient Adjutant-General. Captain Heros Von Borcke, A. A. G., was ever present, fearless, and untiring in the zealous discharge of
bridge, intact, to a regiment of infantry sent to relieve him. During the day, I sent Captain J. Hardeman Stuart, my signal officer, to capture the enemy's signal party at View Tree, an eminence overns, drawn by Captain W. W. Blackford, corps of engineers. I have to mourn the loss of Captain J. Hardeman Stuart, signal officer, the particulars of whose death are given below. I have the honor tTwelfth Virginia cavalry,06 Captain Brown's Maryland cavalry,02 Regiment unknown,21 Captain J. Hardeman Stuart, signal officer,10    648 Names of Officers killed. Captain J. Hardeman StuarCaptain J. Hardeman Stuart, signal corps, cavalry division. List of Officers severely wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel Watts, Second Virginia cavalry. Major Breckenridge,SecondVirginiacavalry. Lieutenant Kelso,do.do.do. st, Third, Fourth, and Ninth regiments Virginia cavalry, General Fitz. Lee's brigade. Captain J. Hardeman Stuart, who was sent to capture the enemy's signal party, was deterred by the number of the g