The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley
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BERRYVILLE, VIRGINIA


Skirmish, 18 October 1863

UNION FORCES

34th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

17th Battery, Indiana Light Artillery

CASUALTIES = Killed 2 Wounded 4 Missing 0

CONFEDERATE FORCES

Unknown

CASUALTIES = Killed 5 Wounded 20 Missing 0

12 August 1864, (Mosby's Raid)

UNION FORCES

Kenley's Brigade

Brigadier General John Reese Kenly (Supply Train Commander )

3rd Maryland Potomac Home Brigade
144th Ohio Infantry Regiment
149th Ohio Infantry Regiment

CASUALTIES = Killed 2 Wounded 3 Missing 0 TOTALS 5

CONFEDERATE FORCES

43rd Virginia Cavalry Battalion - Lieutenant Colonel John Singleton Mosby

Scout--- John Russell
Chapman's Cavalry Company--- Captain William Chapman
Richard's Cavalry Company--- Captain Adolphus E. (Dolly) Richards
Mann's Cavalry Company--- Captain Mann
CASUALTIES = Not Reported

Battle of 3-4 September 1864

FEDERAL CASUALTIES = Killed 30 Wounded 182 Missing 100

CONFEDERATE CASUALTIES = Killed 25 Wounded 100 Missing 70

LIEUTENANT GENERAL JUBAL ANDERSON EARLY Unknown 7 September 1864 To Index UNION FORCES

Custer's Cavalry Division

CONFEDERATE FORCES

1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment
2nd Virginia Cavalry Regiment
3rd Virginia Cavalry Regiment
4th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

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