Battle of Chantilly / Ox Hill Timeline (September 1st, 1862)


The Battle of Chantilly, an inconclusive engagement between the North and South, was fought in Fairfax County, Virginia on September 1st, 1862.

There are a total of (4) Battle of Chantilly / Ox Hill Timeline (September 1st, 1862) events in the CivilWarTimeline.net database. Entries are listed below by date-of-occurrence ascending (first-to-last). Other leading and trailing events are also included for perspective.








September 1, 1862

The Battle of Chantilly (Virginia) - also known as "Ox Hill" - takes place. It ends inconclusively as both sides fail to gain the initiative. Casualties number 1,300 Union and 800 Confederate. The battle marks the end of the Northern Virginia Campaign that includes Second Bull Run.



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September 1, 1862

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Union General Isaac Stevens is killed at the Battle of Chantilly.



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September 1, 1862

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Union General Philip Kearny is killed at the battle of Chantilly.



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November 29, 1862

Following Union General Philip Kearny's death at the Battle of Chantilly in September of 1862, the Kearny Medal for Officers is established.



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