Battle of the Wilderness, Virginia (May 5-7, 1864)   Our ancestor, James Young Miller, died a few days after fighting in the Battle of the Wilderness, the first battle between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee.   James  fought under Grant.

Battle of the Wilderness, Virginia (May Our ancestor, James Young Miller, died a few days after fighting in the Battle of the Wilderness, the first battle between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. James fought under Grant.

The Battle of Spotsylvania Court House Summary & Facts | Civilwar.org, Charles Huntington fought here.

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Battle of the Wilderness Marker. Click for full size.

Battle of the Wilderness Marker. Click for full size.

Battle of the Wilderness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Battle of the Wilderness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

American Civil War: Battle of the Wilderness

A Fiery Forest: The Battle of the Wilderness

Battle of The Wilderness - May 6, 1864

The Civil War Trust's Map of the May 1864 action at the battle of the Wilderness, the opening battle of Ulysses S.

Battle of the Wilderness Marker. Click for full size.

Battle of the Wilderness Marker. Click for full size.

Battle of the Wilderness Marker. Click for full size.

Battle of the Wilderness Marker. Click for full size.

Battle of the Wilderness Marker (missing). Click for full size.

Battle of the Wilderness Marker (missing). Click for full size.

Hell Itself : The Battle of the Wilderness, May 5-7, 1864 (Paperback) (Chris Mackowski)

Hell Itself : The Battle of the Wilderness, May 5-7, 1864 (Paperback) (Chris Mackowski)

Battle of The Wilderness - Orange Turnpike - May 5, 1864

Map of the Wilderness Battlefield, site of this important 1864 Civil War battle in Virginia.

None can narrate that strife in the pines,A seal is on it – Sabaean lore!Obscure as the wood, the entangled rhymeBut hints at the maze of war –Vivid glimpses or livid through peopled gloom, And fires which creep and char –A riddle of death, of which the slainSole solvers are. –Herman Melville, “The Armies of the Wilderness" Image: Skulls remaining on the field and trees destroyed at the Battle of the Wilderness, 1864, Virginia. Source: Wikipedia.

Image: Skulls remaining on the field and trees destroyed at the Battle of the Wilderness, Virginia.

Longstreet to the Rescue: The Battle of the Wilderness and the Wounding of James Longstreet - YouTube

Longstreet to the Rescue: The Battle of the Wilderness and the Wounding of James Longstreet - YouTube

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