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Wasted Opportunity - In June 1862 as Federal troops attempted to retreat after withdrawing from Gaine's Mill Virginia Gen. Robert E. Lee saw an opportunity to annihilate them on the congested roads between White Oak Swamp and the small community of Glendale. Lee's army included most of the notable Confederate luminaries such as Stonewall Jackson Old Pete Longstreet A. P. Hill and others collectively fielding 45000 men. The Federals numbering about 40000 had become disjointed as they attempted to reach and cross the James River. At the same time though the Confederate approach became uncoordinated and irregular. The mass of the battle eventually pivoted north of Nelson's Farm known to the locals by its former owner's name Frayser.