Battle of Old Church

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Battle of Old Church
Matadequin Creek
Began:

May 30, 1864

Ended:

Same day

Location:

Hanover County, Virginia

Theater:

Eastern Theater

Campaign:

Grant's Overland Campaign

Outcome:

Union victory

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Combatants
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Commanders

Alfred Torbert
Brigadier General, USA

Matthew C. Butler
Brigadier General, CSA

Strength

2,000

Casualties

90

188

  

The American Civil War's Battle of Old Church took place on May 30, 1864[1], in Hanover County, Virginia [2].

References

  1. National Park Service, Heritage Preservation Services, American Battlefield Protection Program, Civil War Sites Advisory Commission Report on the Nation’s Civil War Battlefields, Battle Summary, retrieved April 21, 2011[1]
  2. National Park Service, Heritage Preservation Services, American Battlefield Protection Program, Civil War Sites Advisory Commission Report on the Nation’s Civil War Battlefields, Civil War Battle Summaries by State, retrieved April 21, 2011[2] "The battle summaries were researched and written by Dale E. Floyd and David W. Lowe, staff members of the Civil War Sites Advisory Commission and historians with the National Park Service. Edwin C. Bearss, Commission member and retired Chief Historian of the National Park Service, served as technical advisor. Editing and publication oversight was provided by Rebecca Shrimpton, Historic Preservation Planner, and Tanya M. Gossett, Historic Preservation Planner, both with the American Battlefield Protection Program (through a cooperative agreement with the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers)."