Lt. Col. Moseley and his companion, Major W. A. Feeney (not Captain Cooper as previously noted), traveled in a spring wagon pulled by a large blind horse. They passed through Greencastle, Pa at 10 a.m. on 5 July and arrived at Williamsport, Maryland that evening. They were given preference and crossed the Potomac at 3 (a.m.?) the next day. They passed through Martinsburg, and reported to the hospital in Winchester in the evening (7 July?), staying there two days with the Taylor family. They arrived in Staunton on or about 13 July and stayed there five days before receiving a transfer to Richmond. Their quarters were initially at Spotswood, but they managed to get a transfer to Huguenot Springs hospital, which is southwest of Richmond and incidentally close to my current residence. According to a webpage, this site was opened as a hotel/spa in 1847 but was converted to a hospital during the war. An estimated 250, mostly unidentified, Confederate soldiers are still buried there in a little cemetery that is well maintained.