Ω West Point Class of 1832

West Point Class of 1832:

1st​:
George W. Ward (Massachusetts) Unknown – 1851
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Dec. 1836)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Centreville California

2nd​:
Robert Percy Smith (Mississippi) Unknown – 1846
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Dec. 1836)
Civil War Role: Died before the War Started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Natchez Mississippi

3rd​:
Benjamin Stoddert Ewell (Virginia) 1810 – 1894 :CSA1stNat:
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Sept. 1836)
Civil War Role: Colonel of 32nd​ Virginia Infantry Regiment
Burial Place: College of William and Mary Cemetery Williamsburg VA.

4th​:
George Washington Cass (Ohio) 1810 – 1888
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Oct. 1836)
Civil War Role: Non – military role as Railroad President
Burial Place: Allegheny Cemetery Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

5th​:
Jacob Whitman Bailey (Ohio) 1811 – 1857
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. and Professor – (Died Feb. 1857)
Civil War Role: Died before the war Started.
Burial Place: U.S. Military Academy Post Cemetery West Point N.Y.

6th​:
Philip St. George Cocke (Virginia) 1809 – 1861 :CSA1stNat:
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned April 1834)
Civil War Role: Brigadier General in Confederate Army
Burial Place: Hollywood Cemetery Richmond Virginia

7th​:
Henry G. Sill (Connecticut) 1810 – 1835
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Died Dec. 1835)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Congressional Cemetery Washington D.C.

8th​:
Joseph C. Vance (Ohio) Unknown – 1840
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Oct. 1835)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Killed at Wheeling Virginia

9th​:
George Watson (Maine) 1811 – 1868
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Oct. 1838)
Civil War Role: Non Military Minister
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown died at Newmansville Florida

10th​:
Erasmus Darwin Keyes (Maine) 1810 – 1895:us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: Colonel U.S. Army – (May 1864)
Civil War Role: Major General in Union Army
Burial Place: U.S. Military Academy Post Cemetery West Point N.Y.

11th​:
Franklin McDuffee (New Hampshire) 1809 – 1832
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Died July 1832)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Haven Hill Cemetery Rochester New Hampshire

12th​:
Lewis Howell (Pennsylvania) 1811 – 1854
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt U.S. Army – (Resigned Oct 1833)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Baltimore Maryland

13th​:
William Wall (Pennsylvania) Unknown – 1847
Highest Rank Achieved: Captain U.S. Army – (Died August 1847)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Puebla Mexico

14th​:
John Navarre Macomb Jr. (New York) 1811 – 1889 :us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: Colonel U.S. Army Engineers – (June 1882)
Civil War Role: Colonel in the Union Army
Burial Place: Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia

15th​:
Edward Deas (South Carolina) 1812 – 1849
Highest Rank Achieved: Captain U.S. Army – (Drowned May 1849)
Civil War Role: Died before the war Started.
Burial Place: Alexandria National Cemetery Pineville Louisiana

16th​:
John Ely Brackett (New York) 1812 – 1855
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army–(Resigned Aug. 1833)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Rock Island Illinois

17th​:
Ward Benjamin Burnett (Pennsylvania) 1810 – 1884 :us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned July 1836)
Civil War Role: Colonel of 2nd​ New York Infantry Regiment
Burial Place: Green – Wood Cemetery Brooklyn New York

18th​:
James Hervey Simpson (New Jersey) 1813 – 1883 :us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: Colonel U.S. Army Engineers – (Retired 1880)
Civil War Role: Colonel United States Army Engineers
Burial Place: Oakland Cemetery Saint Paul Minnesota

19th​:
Alfred Brush (Michigan) 1815 – 1870
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned July 1836)
Civil War Role: Nonmilitary Role – Medical Doctor in Detroit Michigan
Burial Place: Elmwood Cemetery Detroit Michigan

20th​:
Richard G. Fain (Tennessee) Unknown – 1870 :CSA1stNat:
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned 1832)
Civil War Role: Colonel of (Fain’s) 63rd​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Mossy Creek Tennessee

21st​:
Henderson King Yoakum (Tennessee) 1810 – 1856
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned 1833)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Oakwood Cemetery Huntsville Texas

22nd​:
Tench Tilghman (Maryland) 1810 – 1874
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned 1833)
Civil War Role: Non- Military Role – Famer in Oxford Maryland
Burial Place: Oxford Cemetery Oxford Maryland

23rd​:
William Henry Pettes (Vermont) 1815 – 1880 :us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Sept. 1836)
Civil War Role: Colonel of 50th​ New York Engineers Regiment
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Fort Washington Maryland

24th​:
Theophilus F. J. Wilkinson (Alabama) Unknown – 1840
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Feb. 1835)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Unknown Burial Place

25th​:
Lorenzo Sitgreaves (Pennsylvania) 1810 – 1888:us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: Lt. Colonel U.S. Army – (Retired July 1866)
Civil War Role: Lt. Colonel U.S. Army Engineers
Burial Place: Oak Hill Cemetery Washington D.C.

26th​:
George Bibb Crittenden (Kentucky) 1812 – 1880 :CSA1stNat:
Highest Rank Achieved: Lt. Colonel U.S. Army – (Dec. 1856)
Civil War Role: Major General in Confederate Army
Burial Place: Frankfort Cemetery Frankfort Kentucky

27th​:
Jacob Brown (New York) 1812 – 1841
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned July 1836)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Saint Augustine National Cemetery St. Augustine Florida

28th​:
Daniel Powers Whiting (New York) 1808 – 1892 :us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: Lt. Colonel U.S. Army – (Retired Nov. 1863)
Civil War Role: Lt. Colonel of U.S. Army 6th​ Infantry Regiment
Burial Place: Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia

29th​:
Randolph Barnes Marcy (Massachusetts) 1812 – 1887 :us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: Brig. General U.S. Army – (Retired Jan 1881)
Civil War Role: Brig. General Union Army Volunteers – (1861 – 1863)
Burial Place: Riverview Cemetery Trenton New Jersey

30th​:
James Pendleton Hardin (Kentucky) 1810 – 1842
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned 1832)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Bardstown Kentucky

31st​:
Thomas M. Hill (Maine) Unknown – 1838
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Died July 1838)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Bath Maine

32nd​:
Roger Sherman Dix (New Hampshire) 1810 – 1849
Highest Rank Achieved: Major and Paymaster – (Died Jan. 1849)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Crooks Cemetery Scenery Hill Pennsylvania

33rd​:
Robert H. Archer (Maryland) 1812 – 1875
Highest Rank Achieved: 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Dec. 1837)
Civil War Role: non – military role Female Academy Principal
Burial Place: Green Mount Cemetery Baltimore Maryland

34th​:
James Vote Bomford (District of Columbia) 1811 – 1892 :us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: Colonel U.S. Army – (Retired June 1872)
Civil War Role: Colonel U.S. Army 8th​ Infantry Regiment
Burial Place: Evergreen Cemetery Hillside New Jersey

35th​:
Richard Caswell Gatlin (North Carolina) 1809 – 1896 :CSA1stNat:
Highest Rank Achieved: Major U.S. Army – (Resigned May 1861)
Civil War Role: Brigadier General in Confederate Army
Burial Place: Fort Smith National Cemetery Fort Smith Arkansas

36th​:
William H. Storer (New York) 1810 – 1878
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Nov. 1839)
Civil War Role: Non – military role Farmer in Gorham Maine
Burial Place: Eastern Cemetery Gorham Maine

37th​:
George Hancock Griffin (Virginia) 1808 – 1839
Highest Rank Achieved: Captain U.S. Army – (Died Oct. 1839)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown Died at Tampa Florida

38th​:
John Beach (New Hampshire) 1812 – 1874
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned June 1838)
Civil War Role: Non – military role Farmer and Merchant Agency City
Burial Place: Chief Wapello’s Memorial Park Agency Iowa

39th​:
William O. Kello (Virginia) 1809 – 1848
Highest Rank Achieved: Captain U.S. Army – (Died Jan. 1848)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Kello Cemetery Berlin Virginia

40th​:
Henry Swartwout (New York) Unknown – 1852
Highest Rank Achieved: Captain U.S. Army – (Died July 1852)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Burial Place Unknown died at Fort Meade Florida

41st​:
Gaines Pease Kingsbury (Ohio) 1810 – 1839
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned Oct 1836)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Unknown Burial Place died in Indian Territory.

42nd​:
Humphrey Marshall (Kentucky) 1812 – 1872 :CSA1stNat:
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Resigned 1833)
Civil War Role: CS Congressman and Brigadier General CSA
Burial Place: Frankfort Cemetery Frankfort Kentucky

43rd​:
James M. Bowman (Pennsylvania) Unknown – 1839
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Died July 1839)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Unknown Burial Place died at Fort Wayne.

44th​:
Asbury Ury (Tennessee) Unknown – 1838
Highest Rank Achieved: 1st​ Lt. U.S. Army – (Died April 1838)
Civil War Role: Died before the war started.
Burial Place: Unknown Burial Place died at Matanzas Island.

45th​:
Albert Gallatin Edwards (Illinois) 1812 – 1892 :us34stars:
Highest Rank Achieved: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. U.S. Army–(Resigned May 1835)
Civil War Role: Brigadier General of Missouri State Militia – (Union)
Burial Place: Bellefontaine Cemetery Saint Louis Missouri
 

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Cocke returned to plantation home Belmead after 8 months of service, reportedly "shattered in body and mind." Exhausted from the strain, and despondent over perceived slights from General Beauregard stemming from the Battle of Manassas, Cocke shot himself in the head with his pistol on December 26, 1861, at Belmead in Powhatan County, Virginia. It is a very elegant place, which still stands today.

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