Buckland Mills
Buckland Races, Chestnut Hill
Civil War Virginia


American Civil War
October 19, 1863

After defeat at Bristoe Station and an aborted advance on Centreville, CSA General Stuart's cavalry shielded the withdrawal of Lee's army from the vicinity of Manassas Junction.

Union cavalry under Kilpatrick pursued Stuart's cavalry along the Warrenton Turnpike but were lured into an ambush near Chestnut Hill and routed. 

The Federal troopers were scattered and chased five miles in an affair that came to be known as the "Buckland Races."

Result(s): Confederate victory

Location: Fauquier County

Campaign: Bristoe Campaign (October�November 1863) next battle in campaign    previous battle in campaign

Date(s): October 19, 1863

Principal Commanders: General J. Kilpatrick [US]; Major General J.E.B. Stuart [CS]

Forces Engaged: Divisions

Estimated Casualties: 230 total

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