Report of Capt. Wilbur F. Stevens, Twenty-ninth Ohio Infantry.
Hdqrs. Twenty-ninth Regt. Ohio Vol. Infantry,
Camp near Culpeper Court-House, Va., August 14, 1862.
Sir: In obedience to your order of this date I have the honor to make the following report of the Twenty-ninth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the late action near Cedar Mountain, August 9: Continue reading “No. 16. Capt. Wilbur F. Stevens.”
Report of Col. Charles Candy, Sixty-sixth Ohio Infantry.
Hdqrs. Sixty-sixth Regt. Ohio Vol. Infty., U. S. A.,
Camp near Culpeper Court-House, Va., August 11, 1862.
General: In compliance to circular, dated Headquarters Second Division Corps D’Armée, Army of Virginia, I have the honor to make the following report of the part taken by my regiment in the late action of Saturday, August 9, near Culpeper Court-House, Va.: Continue reading “No. 17. Col. Charles Candy.”
Report of Lieut. Col. Hector Tyndale, Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, of reconnaissance to Thoroughfare Mountain.
Headquarters Twenty-Eighth Regt. Pa. Vols.,
Near Culpeper, Va., August 11, 1862.
Colonel: On the 9th instant, being ordered by General Geary, I took this regiment on to Thoroughfare mountain, 10 miles distant from this road, to retake possession and re-establish the signal station, driven thence by the enemy’s cavalry in the morning of that day. I found no signs of the rebels on the route, except some half a dozen scouts, Continue reading “No. 18. Lieut. Col. Hector Tyndale.”
Report Brig. Gen. Henry Prince, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.
Washington, November 10, 1862.
Sir: A prisoner of war, detained util recently, I have not had an opportunity before to report the part taken by my brigade in the battle of Cedar Mountain, Culpeper, Va., August 9, 1862. I respectfully request permission to do so now. Continue reading “No. 19. Brig. Gen. Henry Prince.”
Note: This report is printed in Vol. 51, Serial 107, of the Official Records. The introduction to this supplemental volume states: This volume contains documents discovered too late to be included where they belong. They supplement a number of other volumes, and contain material from Big Bethel (June 10, 1861) through Bull Run, various operations in Virginia in 1861 and 1862 into Maryland in 1862.
Report of Colonel Henry J. Stainrook, One hundred and ninth Pennsylvania Infantry. Continue reading “Col. Henry J. Stainrook”
Join Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield (FCMB) historians for a guided walking tour of the battlefield on Saturday, February 27 at 10:00 am. Learn about the August 9, 1862 encounter in which Confederate troops led by General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson prevailed over Federal troops led by General Nathaniel Banks at a cost of 3800 men killed or wounded. Continue reading “Guided battlefield tour February 27”