Here, on July 31st, the Federal cavalry crossed the river in force and advanced toward Brandy Station, stubbornly resisted by Hampton's brigade of cavalry under command of Colonel Baker, Generalh Carolina regiments, the First, Second, Fourth and Fifth.
But the wound he had received at Brandy Station was a serious one—the bones of his arm being completely shattered, and the use of it lost toments. General Barringer was in seventy-six actions and was thrice wounded, most severely at Brandy Station.
He had two horses killed under him at other engagements.
He was conspicuous at the battles of Willis' Church, Brandy Station, Auburn Mills; Buckland Races, where he led the charge; Davis' Farm, where he was commander; and he was in command of a division at Reams' Station.
His brigade was. Junius Daniel, of Rodes' division and Ewell's corps.
On June 10, 1863, Ewell's corps left Brandy Station, and two days later reached Cedarville, whence Ewell sent Rodes and Jenkins to capture Marti