Middleburg, Battle of – Facts2019-02-16T13:28:28+00:00
J.E.B Stuart

J.E.B. Stuart commanded Confederate cavalry at The Battle of Middleburg in 1863.

Battle of Middleburg Facts

June 17 – June 19, 1863

Key facts about the Battle of Middleburg, which took place from June 17 through June 19, 1863, was part of Robert E. Lee's Gettysburg Campaign.

Date

  • June 17-19, 1863

Location

  • Loudoun County, Virginia

Campaign

  • Gettysburg

Principal Union Commanders

  • Brigadier General David M. Gregg
  • Colonel Alfred Duffié
  • Colonel John Irvin Gregg

Principal Confederate Commanders

  • Major General J.E.B. Stuart

Union Forces Engaged

  • Various cavalry regiments of the Army of the Potomac

Confederate Forces Engaged

  • Various cavalry regiments of the Army of Northern Virginia

Number of Union Soldiers Engaged

  • Undetermined

Number of Confederate Soldiers Engaged

  • Undetermined

Union Casualties

  • 349 (killed, wounded, captured/missing)

Confederate Casualties

  • 40 (killed, wounded, captured/missing)

Result

  • Inconclusive

Significance

  • Federal troops nearly captured Confederate Major General J.E.B. Stuart on the first day of the Battle of Middleburg

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Citation Information

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  • Article Title Battle of Middleburg Facts
  • Coverage June 17 – June 19, 1863
  • Author
  • Keywords Battle of Middleburg, Gettysburg Campaign, Civil War\
  • Website Name American History Central
  • URL
  • Access Date September 19, 2019
  • Publisher R.Squared Communications, LLC
  • Original Published Date
  • Date of Last Update February 16, 2019

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