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 9/6/1862 - **14th New Jersey Infantry**. "We are very pleasantly located a mile southeast of Elysville in a beautiful orchard...We are camped in an apple orchard and a splendid position it is. The water is excellent. The trees are loaded down with fruit and we are in an enemy country and on a Secesh farm. The owners name is Dorcey and he is rank Secesh. He came over when we first came here, but had little to say as it was not well for him to say much." - //Upon the Tented Field//, by Bernard A. Olsen 9/6/1862 - **14th New Jersey Infantry**. "We are very pleasantly located a mile southeast of Elysville in a beautiful orchard...We are camped in an apple orchard and a splendid position it is. The water is excellent. The trees are loaded down with fruit and we are in an enemy country and on a Secesh farm. The owners name is Dorcey and he is rank Secesh. He came over when we first came here, but had little to say as it was not well for him to say much." - //Upon the Tented Field//, by Bernard A. Olsen
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 +9/11/1862 - "At about 11 o'​clock,​ P. M., we halt at Elysville, eighteen miles from the “Relay House,” and twenty-seven miles from Baltimore, on the same road. Here we find another bridge to protect...A **Maine regiment** was quartered here for some time" - //Monmouth Democrat//, 9/11/1862
  
 9/15/1862 - "...in due time we reached Eleysville, a small station on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Here the **Fourteenth New Jersey**...were stationed, and a detachment from the **First Maryland** for picket and guard duty." - //The Philadelphia Inquirer//, 9/15/1862 9/15/1862 - "...in due time we reached Eleysville, a small station on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Here the **Fourteenth New Jersey**...were stationed, and a detachment from the **First Maryland** for picket and guard duty." - //The Philadelphia Inquirer//, 9/15/1862
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