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Mrs Judith Henry her Daughter, Son John and a Servant remained in the house during the first battle of Manassas.
Sadly Mrs Henry died on July 21st. after being wounded by artillery fire as she lay in bed.
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1st. Manassas/Bull Run

Number of men engaged
Union 35,000
Confederate 30-35,000

Casualties
Union Killed 460
Wounded 1,124
Missing/Captured 1,312
Total 2,896

Casualties
Confederate Killed 387
Wounded 1,582
Missing/Captured 13
Total 1,982

2nd. Manassas/Bull Run

Number of men engaged
Union 60-63,00
Confederate 50-54,000

Casualties
Union Killed 1,747
Wounded 8,452
Missing/Captured 4,263
Total 14,462

Casualties
Confederate
Killed 1,481
Wounded 7,621
Missing/Captured 89
Total 9,211
Battle at Bull Run
By William C. Davis


2nd. Manassas/Bull Run

Return to Bull Run
By John J. Hennessy

Second Manassas 1862
By John Langellier

Second Bull Run Campaign
By David G. Martin
Manassas National Battlefield Park
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There stands Jackson like a stone wall! Rally behind the Virginians!..... Gen. Barnard E. Bee

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Photographs by Geographic Location
Album 1. 1st. 2nd. Manassas
* The original Henry house was destroyed during the war, The house standing on the battlefield today was built sometime after the war!
Union Commanders at 1st. Manassas