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Maj. Jed. Hotchkiss, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 3, Virginia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 33 1 Browse Search
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s entitled the Second regiment of cavalry, General Stuart's regiment being numbered First, at the reorganization under Stuart, when Munford was promoted colonel of the regiment. On the field of Manasn had fallen and the command had devolved upon Stuart. Early in the morning of Sunday, May 3d, the took part in Stuart's Pennsylvania raid. When Stuart was confronted by Kilpatrick, Payne with his ralry. In the cavalry brigade organized by General Stuart in the latter part of 1861, he commanded try at Brandy Station, and was congratulated by Stuart upon the superior discipline and stability of and Fifth North Carolina cavalry, to reinforce Stuart in May, 1863; took an important part in the firn's Ford and Manassas in July, 1861, and with Stuart at Munson's hill and the battle of Lewinsvilley's ford, he was upon court-martial duty, with Stuart and Pelham, but rode immediately to the front l the Pennsylvania campaign, when he rode with Stuart around Hooker and Meade, and participated in t[7 more...]