1862-42 Garnett's and Goldings Farm June 27-28th 1862
1862-44 Glendale Virginia June 30 1862
1862-43 Savage's Station June 29 1862
1862-31 Battle of Tranter's Creek June 5 1862
1862-39 Battle of Oak Grove June 25 1862
The Battle of Garnett's and Golding's Farms took place June 27–28, 1862, in Henrico County, Virginia, as part of the Seven Days Battles of the American Civil War's Peninsula Campaign. While the battle at Gaines's Mill raged north of the Chickahominy River, the forces of Confederate general John B. Magruder conducted a reconnaissance in force that developed into a minor attack against the Union line south of the river at Garnett's Farm. The Confederates attacked again near Golding's Farm on the morning of June 28 but in both cases were easily repulsed. The action at the Garnett and Golding farms accomplished little beyond convincing McClellan that he was being attacked from both sides of the Chickahominy.