Reveille at three. Breakfasted and were on the move at 6 in the advance — bound for Maysville. Capt. kept me running a good deal. Passed through Bentonville about noon. Saw several whom I had seen on my other visit there. Passed along two miles. Got plenty of rambow apples at an orchard. Encamped in an orchard. Had to go two miles for water. An old man showed us protection papers, signed by Curtis, given because he went for the old Constitution.
SOURCE: Frances Andrews Tenney, War Diary Of Luman Harris Tenney, p. 39