Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Bivouac near the Chancellor House

Thursday, April 30, 1863

The Twenty-Seventh Connecticut followed a long a winding route to United States Ford, where they crossed the Rappahannock River without opposition. By evening the Twenty-Seventh made camp near the Chancellor House situated at the intersection of the Orange and Gordonsville Plank roads.1

1Winthrop Dudley Sheldon The "Twenty-Seventh," : A Regimental History (New Haven, Connecticut: Morris and Benham, 1866), 44-46.

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