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Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865 4 0 Browse Search
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fastened to the trees, were flickering candles. Staff officers were frequently seen giving directions to the struggling forces. At three o'clock in the morning the regiment crossed White Oaks Run and was ordered to take a little rest. The stragglers were gathered in, line was formed, but the rest was of very brief duration and when daylight appeared the last of the swamp was left behind. The regiment halted on high ground and rations were served. About 7 A. M. the bridge over Cedar Swamp Creek was destroyed and the march resumed. The sun was extremely hot and as the light rain of the night before had ceased at daybreak, the roads were soon as dry and dusty as ever. At about noon the regiment filed into a field on the left of the road at Nelson's Farm, or Glendale and remained closed in mass until about 4 P. M., the men watching the wagon trains as they passed in their hurry to reach Malvern Hill. During this time General McCall's troops from McDowell's department filed in
..................................... 105 Cassidy, Francis, ............. ...................... 143 Catharpin Road, ............. ......................................... 306 Catlett's Station, ............................................ . 266, 268, 269 Cavanaugh, John, ............................................ 144, 286, 324 Cedar Hill, Va., .................................................. . . 71 Cedar Run, ..................................................... 265, 267 Cedar Swamp Creek, ................ ................................. 3 Cemetery Ridge, .......................................... 225, 226, 228, 232 Centreville, ......................................... 213, 214, 268, 273, 289 Chadwick, John C., .....1, 3, 8, 26, 48, 50, 64, 83, 96, 103, 151, 168, 183, 201 Chain Bridge, ....................................................... 120 Chandler, Frank, ...................................................... 288 Chandler, Frederick, ..................