Robert M. Magill—Personal Reminiscences of a Confederate Soldier Boy.

Saturday, 25th.—Started at daylight; in about an hour came by General Reynolds’ tent; looking pretty sour at us; wanted to know to what regiment we belonged, and why we were behind. I told him I had been sick and couldn’t overtake regiment last night; he said, “Aha,” and turned and went into his tent; so we walked on without further ceremony. Overtook regiment at Cedar Ford; arrived at Blain’s Cross-roads at 11 A. M. Some say we are going into camp here; moved one mile in the evening to our old camps.


Robert M. Magill—Personal Reminiscences of a Confederate Soldier Boy, 39th Georgia Regiment of Infantry

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