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e 25th, 1863. Captain,--I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the Stonewall Brigade around Winchester and Jordan's Springs on the 13th, 14th and 15th insts. At daylight on Saturday morning of the 13th, the brigade moved from its camp near Cedarville in the direction of Winchester on the Front R13th, the brigade moved from its camp near Cedarville in the direction of Winchester on the Front Royal and Winchester turnpike. About noon, when three miles from Winchester, the Second Virginia Regiment, Colonel Nadenbousch commanding, was detached from my command and deployed on the left of the road as skirmishers. For report of operations of that regiment during the remainder of that day see report of Colonel Nadenbousch en863. Sir,--I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by my brigade in the recent operations around Winchester: On the morning of the 13th instant I marched up the Front Royal road, towards Winchester, with the Tenth Virginia, First and Third North Carolina Regiments, the Twenty-Third Virginia having been
e gun during these operations and did not suffer a single casualty, although we were in range of the enemy's fire during a considerable portion of the time. After nightfall, the Second regiment rejoined the command. Early on the morning of the 14th, I was ordered by the Major-General commanding the Division to move across the Millwood Pike and to advance between the Millwood and Berryville pikes until I occupied the hills to the east of and fronting the town of Winchester. Moving by the r guard the division train, and the Thirty-Seventh Virginia to support the reserve artillery. The brigade was not engaged during the day, being posted to the right of the road as a support to the Stonewall brigade. Early on the morning of the 14th instant that brigade moved nearer the town, throwing out skirmishers, and I also moved forward, and in the afternoon, farther to the right, next to the Berryville turnpike. At dark, I was directed by the Major-General commanding, to move down the roa
e morning of the 14th instant that brigade moved nearer the town, throwing out skirmishers, and I also moved forward, and in the afternoon, farther to the right, next to the Berryville turnpike. At dark, I was directed by the Major-General commanding, to move down the road towards Berryville, and after marching several miles (a guide afterwards coming up to show the way) the brigade took a circuitous left-hand road, passing by Jordan's Springs, and was halted just before daybreak, on the 15th instant, at the small bridge where the road crosses the Winchester and Potomac railroad, about four miles from Winchester, and a few hundred yards from the Martinsburg turnpike. Wagons were heard moving along the pike, and, after a few minutes halt, the Major-General commanding, who had gone forward to reconnoitre, gave orders to move into the woods to the right of the road between the railroad and turnpike, and, just as the head of the column was crossing the bridge, it was fired into, causing
Operations around Winchester in 1863. Report of General J. A. Walker. camp near Chambersburg, June 25th, 1863. Captain,--I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the Stonewall Brigade around Winchester and Jordan's Springs on the 13th, 14th and 15th insts. At daylight on Saturday morning of the 13th, the brigade moved from its camp near Cedarville in the direction of Winchester on the Front Royal and Winchester turnpike. About noon, when three miles from Winchester, the Second Virginia Regiment, Colonel Nadenbousch commanding, was detached from my command and deployed on the left of the road as skirmishers. For report of operations of that regiment during the remainder of that day see report of Colonel Nadenbousch enclosed. The remainder of the brigade was formed in line of battle on the right of the turnpike out of sight and out of range of the enemy's guns. After remaining in this position for half an hour, I received orders to move by
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to my entire satisfaction, and not a single instance of misbehavior came under my observation. To my personal staff, Lieutenants Cox, Hunter and Arnall, I am indebted for their prompt and ready assistance during the three days operations. I have, Captain, the honor to be, Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. A. Walker, Brigadier-General. Captain B. W. Leigh, A. A. G. Johnson's Division. List of casualities in the Stonewall brigade in operations around Winchester 13th, 14th and 15th June, 1863: Second Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-Privates Asa Jenkins, Company E, finger, shell; Wm. Deane, Company F, leg, slight. Fourth Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-None. Fifth Virginia infantry. Killed-Privates Robert Wood, Company A; James Fridley, Company C; J. A. Elliott, Company I. Wounded--Lieutenant-Colonel H. J. Williams, thigh, severe. Corporals J. Ramsey, Company E, slight, knee; John Wallace, Company G, slight, back.
June 15th, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 9.82
tisfaction, and not a single instance of misbehavior came under my observation. To my personal staff, Lieutenants Cox, Hunter and Arnall, I am indebted for their prompt and ready assistance during the three days operations. I have, Captain, the honor to be, Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. A. Walker, Brigadier-General. Captain B. W. Leigh, A. A. G. Johnson's Division. List of casualities in the Stonewall brigade in operations around Winchester 13th, 14th and 15th June, 1863: Second Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-Privates Asa Jenkins, Company E, finger, shell; Wm. Deane, Company F, leg, slight. Fourth Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-None. Fifth Virginia infantry. Killed-Privates Robert Wood, Company A; James Fridley, Company C; J. A. Elliott, Company I. Wounded--Lieutenant-Colonel H. J. Williams, thigh, severe. Corporals J. Ramsey, Company E, slight, knee; John Wallace, Company G, slight, back. Privates D. H.
June 19th, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 9.82
ted Men.Officers.Enlisted Men. Second Va. Infantry   2  2  Fourth Va. Infantry       No loss. Fifth Va. Infantry 3116 1030Lt.-Co. Williams is the officer reported wounded. Twenty-seventh Va. Infantry      No loss. Thirty-third Va. Infantry   1  1         33  Very respectfully, your obedient servant, J. A. Walker, Brigadier General. Major B. W. Leigh, Assistant Adjutant-General, Johnson's Division. Report of General George H. Steuart. Headquarters Steuart's brigade, June 19th, 1863. Sir,--I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by my brigade in the recent operations around Winchester: On the morning of the 13th instant I marched up the Front Royal road, towards Winchester, with the Tenth Virginia, First and Third North Carolina Regiments, the Twenty-Third Virginia having been detached to guard the division train, and the Thirty-Seventh Virginia to support the reserve artillery. The brigade was not engaged d
June 25th, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 9.82
Operations around Winchester in 1863. Report of General J. A. Walker. camp near Chambersburg, June 25th, 1863. Captain,--I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the Stonewall Brigade around Winchester and Jordan's Springs on the 13th, 14th and 15th insts. At daylight on Saturday morning of the 13th, the brigade moved from its camp near Cedarville in the direction of Winchester on the Front Royal and Winchester turnpike. About noon, when three miles from Winchester, the Second Virginia Regiment, Colonel Nadenbousch commanding, was detached from my command and deployed on the left of the road as skirmishers. For report of operations of that regiment during the remainder of that day see report of Colonel Nadenbousch enclosed. The remainder of the brigade was formed in line of battle on the right of the turnpike out of sight and out of range of the enemy's guns. After remaining in this position for half an hour, I received orders to move b
June 16th, 1873 AD (search for this): chapter 9.82
ompany F. Privates Riley Morris, J. L. Pumphrey, S. M. Shiplett, J. Stinespring, M. Stimbock, Company C; John Kelley, Company G; J. Leptrap, Company H; J. Hansberger, William Ruebush, Company I. Twenty-seventh Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-None. Thirty-third Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-Private Patrick Cavanaugh, Company E, severe, hip. Recapitulation.  Officers.Men. Killed,-3 Wounded,119 Missing,-10    132 Headquarters Stonewall brigade, June 16, 1873. Major,--In obedience to circular of this morning, I have the honor to report the following list of killed, wounded, and missing in this brigade in the recent operations around Winchester: regiments.killed.wounded.missing.Total loss.remarks. Officers.Enlisted Men.Officers.Enlisted Men.Officers.Enlisted Men. Second Va. Infantry   2  2  Fourth Va. Infantry       No loss. Fifth Va. Infantry 3116 1030Lt.-Co. Williams is the officer reported wounded. Twenty-seventh Va.
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d along the railroad cut, the Tenth Virginia to the right of the bridge, and the First and Third North Carolina to the left, where there was no wood. Skirmishers were thrown forward, and a brisk fire commenced. The enemy advanced in line of battle, cheering and driving in our skirmishers, but were soon themselves, in turn, driven back. Receiving information that an attempt was being made to turn our left flank, I threw out two companies of the Third North Carolina to protect it. Lieutenant-Colonel Andrews, commanding the artillery battalion attached to this division, had previously placed a piece of the Maryland artillery on the bridge, and the other pieces of that battery, and a section from each of the batteries of Captains Rains and Carpenter's, on the rising ground in rear of my left, rendering most valuable support. A column of the enemy was now observed passing round to our left and rear, and I directed the Third North Carolina to repel the attack, but, finding that two regim
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