Frank Moore, ed. Vol. 5. New York: G. P. Putnam, 1863.
A party of rebel cavalry, numbering four hundred, attacked the outposts of the command of Gen. Julius White, in the vicinity of Martinsburgh [sic], Va., and after a short engagement, were defeated, with a loss of about fifty prisoners, horses, and arms. The National loss was two killed and ten wounded, among the number Capt. Grosvenor and Lieut. Logan, of the Twelfth Illinois cavalry, the members of which distinguished themselves by their bravery and daring.—General White’s Despatch.
Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood: September 1862