#OTD in 1863 – American Civil War: Thomas Francis Meagher on Battle of Chancellorsville.

Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland

Report of Brig. Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade
APRIL 27-MAY 6, 1863 –– The Chancellorsville Campaign

BANKS’ FORD, NEAR FALMOUTH, VA.
April 28, 1863––1.30 p.m.

Maj. JOHN HANCOCK,
Assistant Adjutant-General, Hancock’s Division.

MAJOR: I have the honour to inform the major-general commanding the division that, in accordance with instructions received from him, I proceeded to this ford on yesterday forenoon, to relieve Colonel Kelly and take command of the brigade.

On arriving at the ford (where I found the Sixty-third encamped), I learned that Colonel Kelly had, an hour previous, proceeded to the United States Ford, at which place, I was advised by the major general, two regiments of the brigade were to be stationed. Accordingly, I set out at once to the United States Ford, taking the corduroy road leading up from Banks’ Ford to the Warrenton pike, being ignorant of the River road…

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