Commanding Officer on the Sharpsburg Campaign:
Col. Edward T. H. Warren
On the Sharpsburg Campaign
On the Maryland Campaign the " Tenth passed through Frederick City, and came back into Virginia by Williamsport to Martinsburg, where it was left on duty with the Second Virginia, while Jackson captured Harper's Ferry. The Tenth remained here until the army returned to Virginia, after the battle of Sharpsburg".1
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1 Text by contributor Colonel D. H. Lee Martz, transcribed online by the modern-day 10th Virginia Infantry.
Wayland, John W., History of Rockingham County, Virginia, Dayton (Va): Ruebush-Elkins, Company, 1912, "A History of the 10th Virginia Regiment Volunteer Infantry" [AotW citation 153]