Browsing named entities in a specific section of Jubal Anderson Early, Ruth Hairston Early, Lieutenant General Jubal A. Early , C. S. A.. Search the whole document.
Found 66 total hits in 25 results.
Chapter 46: affair at Fisher's Hill. At light on the morning of the 20th, my troops moved to Fisher's Hill without molestation from the enemy, and again took position at that point on the old lineWharton's division being on the right, then Gordon's, Ramseur's and Rodes', in the order in which they are mentioned. Fitz. Lee's cavalry, now under Brigadier General Wickham, was sent up the Luray Valley to a narrow pass at Millwood, to try to hold that valley against the enemy's cavalry. Gener
ived orders from Richmond, by telegraph, to return to Southwestern Virginia, and I lost the benefit of his services.
He had ably co-operated with me, and our personal relations had been of the most pleasant character.
In the afternoon of the 20th, Sheridan's forces appeared on the banks of Cedar Creek, about four miles from Fisher's Hill, and the 21st, and the greater part of the 22nd, were consumed by him in reconnoitring and gradually moving his forces to my front under cover of breastwo