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  May 10, 1864
Estimated Casualties: 569 total

On May 10, elements of C. S. A. Maj. Gen. Robert Ransom's division conducted a reconnaissance-in-force against a portion of Butler's army that was destroying the railroad at Chester Station. The Confederates attacked near the Winfree House, and the Federals retired to their Bermuda Hundred lines.
(Text Source: U.S. Gov't, National Park Service)

 


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