hide Matching Documents

Your search returned 6 results in 4 document sections:

their retreat, but were compelled to fly. Major Copeland, with a small party of cavalry, charged through the town in pursuit of the rebels. Lieut. O'Brien, of Ashby's rebel cavalry, was captured, together with a large body of prisoners.--General Banks's Despatch.--Philadelphia Press, April 18. At Providence, R. I., one hundred guns were fired in honor of Emancipation in the District of Columbia.--New York Tribune, April 18. A skirmish took place on the dry fork of the Holly River, in Western Virginia, in which two guerrillas were killed and three of the National troops, under Lieut.-Col. Harris, of the Tenth regiment of Virginia, were wounded.--New York Times, April 19. Yesterday morning the rebels, with one thousand men, commenced to strengthen a battery located about three miles to the left of Yorktown, when a battery was brought to bear, causing them to beat a hasty retreat. The rebels opened with their heavy guns, when a second battery was brought forward. A brisk
Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Battles, West Virginia, 1862 (search)
ry. NEW YORK--3d Cavalry. March 19: Skirmish, Elk MountainWEST VIRGINIA--3d Infantry. March 20: Skirmish, PhillippiWEST VIRGINIA--1st Cavalry. April 3: Skirmish, MoorefieldCONNECTICUT--1st Cavalry. April 12: Raid from Fairmount to Valley River and BoothsvilleWEST VIRGINIA--6th Infantry (Co. "A"). April 12: Skirmish, Valley RiverWEST VIRGINIA--6th Infantry (Co. "A"). March 17-21: Expedition from Summerville to AddisonOHIO--36th Infantry (Cos. "E," "G," "I," "K"). April 17: Skirmish, Holly RiverWEST VIRGINIA--10th Infantry. Union loss, 3 wounded. April 18: Skirmish, ChapmansvilleOHIO--44th Infantry. April 23: Skirmish, Grass LickMARYLAND--1st (P. H. B.) Cavalry; 3d (P. H. B.) Infantry. WEST VIRGINIA--3d Cavalry (Detachments). Union loss, 3 killed. April 26: Skirmish, Gordonsville and Keezletown Cross Roads(No Reports.) April 27: Skirmish, Garrett's Mill(No Reports.) May 1: Skirmish, Camp CreekOHIO--23d Infantry (Co. "C"). Union loss, 1 killed, 20 wounded. Total, 21. May 1:
Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories, West Virginia Volunteers. (search)
st Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, West Virginia, to December, 1864. 3rd Brigade, Independent Division, 24th Army Corps, Army of the James, to June, 1865. 2nd Brigade, Independent Division, 24th Army Corps, to August, 1865. Service. At Monterey April, 1862. Assigned to railroad guard duty in Railroad District, District of West Virginia, till January, 1863; at Beverly, Bulltown, Martinsburg, etc. Expedition from Summerville to Addison April 17-21, 1862. Skirmish at Holly River, W. Va., April 17. Mung's Flats June 25. Buckhannon August 30. Sutton September 23. Big Birch October 6. Wardensville December 22. At Winchester, Va., January, 1863. At Beverly May, 1863. Scout to Beverly June 16. Action at Beverly July 2-3. At Martinsburg August, 1863. Averill's Raid through Hardy, Pendleton, Bath, Highland, Greenbrier and Pocahontas Counties August 5-31. Rocky Gap near White Sulphur Springs August 26-27. Sutton August 26 (Cos. G, I ).
. Mitchell, jr They were all young men. Col. J. G. Seymond, of the 6th Louisiana was killed Saturday. Among the killed in the desperate fight of Friday afternoon, was Col. J. W. Allen of the 2d regiment Virginia volunteers. He was shot through the head and expired almost instantly. At the time he received the fatal shot, he was acting Brigadier-General of Jackson's celebrated "Stonewall Brigade." His body was brought to this city yesterday morning, and during the day deposited in Holly wood Cemetery. Maj. Frank B. Jones, of the same regiment, is thought to be mortally wounded, having lost a leg. His condition is at least, exceeding critical. Capt. Wood McDonald, son of Col. Angus W. McDonald, of Winchester, and aid to Gen. Elzey, was killed in the same engagement. Major P. J. Sinclair, of the 5th North Carolina regiment, received a painful wound in the thigh, and was brought to the city yesterday afternoon by Dr. Coffin, by whom his wound was dressed. He is now