Battle of Piedmont


The Battle of Piedmont was fought June 5, 1864, in the village of Piedmont, Augusta County, Virginia. Union Maj. Gen. David Hunter engaged Confederates under Brig. Gen. William E. "Grumble" Jones north of Piedmont. After severe fighting, Jones was killed and the Confederates were routed. Hunter occupied Staunton on June 6 and soon began to advance on Lynchburg, destroying military stores and public property in his wake. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Census-designated places

  1. Crimora (Virginia)
  2. Harriston (Virginia)
  3. Mount Sidney (Virginia)
  4. New Hope (Virginia)
  5. Verona (Virginia)
  6. Weyers Cave (Virginia)

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  1. Grottoes (Virginia)

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  1. Harnsberger Octagonal Barn
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