In the field with the Army of the Potomac during the war of the Rebellion, 62 - 65; engaged in Indian campaigns and battles under Gen Miles, in Texas and Montana, 74 and 76; Deputy Governor, Soldiers Home, DC, 64 and 85; on duty in War Department (war records) to 92.
Present in action at [a href="Battle of Kelly's Ford"*, Brandy Station and Locust Grove, 63; battles of the wilderness, Spotsylvania, totopotomoy, cold Harbor and Petersburg, June and July 64; battles of the Monocacy, Winchester, Opequan, Fisher's Hill, Cedar Creek (severely wdd) Sailor's Creek, 64; engagements with Indians under General Miles, 74 and 76
* Union and Confederate armies used Kelly's Ford extensively during the Civil War. In addition to the role it played in this battle, it was also host to two notable engagements that occurred later that same year: the Battle of Brandy Station on June 9, 1863, and Second Battle of Rappahannock Station on November 7, 1863.
During the March 17, 1863, engagement; Capt. M.A. Reno led a brigade of regular cavalry.