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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XXXVIII. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1910.
List Of General Officers And Their Staffs.
IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY, FURNISHED BY VIRGINIA, AS FAR AS I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO GET THEM.
By JOSEPH V. BIDGOOD.

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ROBERT EDWARD LEE.
Major-General, commanding Virginia State forces, April, 1861.
Brigadier-General C. S. A., May 14, 1861.
General C. S. A., June 14, 1861.
Commander of the Army of Northern Virginia, 1862.
Commander-in-Chief of all the armies in the Confederate States, 1865.
Died at Lexington, October 12, 1870.

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Colonel A. L. Long, Military Secretary; promoted Brigadier-General of Artillery September, 1863.
Lieutenant-Colonel Walter H. Taylor, A. A. & I. General.
Colonel T. M. R. Talcott, First Regiment Engineer Corps.
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles S. Venable, A. A. & I. General.
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Marshall, A. A. G. & I. General.
Captain A. P. Mason.
Colonel Thomas Jordan.
Colonel E. P. Alexander, Chief of Ordnance, 1862; promoted Brigadier-General of Artillery.
Lieutenant-Colonel Briscoe G. Baldwin, Chief of Ordnance, November, 1862, to April, 1865.
Lieutenant John M. Brooke, Virginia Navy, Adjutant and A.D. C., May, 1861.
Lieutenant-Colonel Robert G. Cole, Chief Commissary.
Lieutenant-Colonel James L. Corley, Chief Quartermaster, June 1862-1865.
Major James R. Crenshaw, Assistant Commissary, April 29, 1861; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel and A. A. G. June, 1861.
Major George Deas, Lieutenant-Colonel, Chief of Staff, Virginia State forces, 1861.
Dr. Lafayette Guild, Medical Director, June 25, 1862, to April 9, 1865.
Lieutenant-Colonel William G. Gill, P. A. C. S., Ordnance Officer, November 3, 1861.
Colonel George W. Lay, A. A. & I. General, March 6, 1863, to April 9, 1865.
Major Henry E. Peyton. A. A. & I. General, November, 1862-1864; Lieutenant-Colonel to April 9, 1865.
Lieutenant-Colonel E. Murray, A. A. & I. General, September, 1863, to November 4, 1864.
Major Giles B. Cook, A. A. & I. General, November 4, 1864, to April 9, 1865.
Captain Henry E. Young, A. A. General; promoted Major September, 1863, to November 4, 1864; Major & A. A. & I. General to April 9, 1865.
Lieutenant-Colonel Wm. P. Smith, Chief of Engineers, September, 1863-1864.
Colonel W. H. Stevens, Chief of Engineers, 1864; promoted Brigadier-General April, 1865.
Captain Samuel R. Johnston, Engineer, November, 1862; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel April, 1865.
Dr. Joseph E. Claggett, Surgeon in charge of hospital.
Dr. E. J. Breckenridge, Medical Inspector.
Dr. T. H. Wingfield, Surgeon.
Dr. James C. Herndon, Surgeon.
Dr. Samuel M. Bemiss, Surgeon.
Dr. E. D. Newton, Surgeon.
Captain John M. Allen, Assistant Quartermaster Forage.
Captain R. S. Bell, Assistant Quartermaster Forage.
Captain J. T. Bernard, in charge of Ordnance Train.
Captain W. M. Cary, Assistant Quartermaster, Issuing Officer.
Captain John Galize, Forage Quartermaster.
Colonel R. S. Garnett, A. A. General, 1861.
Captain A.M. Garber, Assistant to Forage Quartermaster.
Major John A. Harman, Forage Quartermaster.
Colonel Edmund J. Harvie, Inspector-General, 1861.
Major E. H. Janney, Issuing Quartermaster, Army Northern Virginia.
Captain Latham Woodville, A.D. C., September, 1862.
Major A. L. Land, Assistant to Chief Quartermaster.
Captain N. C. Marrow, Paymaster.
Lieutenant Thomas J. Page, Virginia Navy, A.D. C., 1861.
Captain W. H. Richardson, A. A. G., May, 1861.
Captain P. W. Smith, Military Secretary, 1861.
Captain S. M. Somers, Quartermaster Ordnance Train.
Captain G. W. Shell, Quartermaster Army Supply Train.
Captain George G. Thompson.
Captain W. F. Thomas, Depot Quartermaster.
Captain Joseph E. Ivis, Chief Engineer, November, 1861.
Major Charles Mannagault, A.D. C., November, 1861.
Lieutenant-Colonel John A. Washington, A.D. C., May 6, 1861; killed at Valley Mountain September 13, 861.
Captain Thornton A. Washington, A.D. C.; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel, A. A. G.
Captain E. Cunningham, A. & I. General.
Colonel R. H. Chilton, A. A. G., June, 1862; promoted Brigadier-General, A. I. G. December, 1863.
Major Fred. R. Scott, Assistant Commissary.
Major John A. Seldon, Assistant Quartermaster.

The following were ordered to report to General Lee November 2, 1863:
Captain James Hays.
Captain St. Jules Randot.
Captain Clifford Anderson.
Captain Henry Bolling.
Captain Ranson D. Spann.
Captain James Walker.
Major George Treanor.
Captain George Williamson, killed.
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Anderson, Joseph R., Brigadier-General, September 23, 1861; resigned July 19, 1862.
Staff.--Captain. Wm. Morris, A.D. C., June-July, 1862.
Captain Roscoe B. Heath; resigned October 12, 1862.
Phil. Haxall. A.D. C.; transferred to Staff of Brigadier-General B. H. Robertson.
Major Robert T. Taylor, Quartermaster, June-July, 1862.
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Armistead, Lewis A., Brigadier-General, April 1, 1862; killed at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Staff.--Captain James D. Darden, A. A. G.; wounded at Gettysburg.
Captain Peyton Randolph, A. & I. General; promoted Major Engineers, 1863.
Captain Wm. L. Randolph, Ordnance Officer.
Major R. H. Carter, Quartermaster.
Major W. H. Herbert, Commissary.
Drs. (Major) J. N. McAlpine, John Spottswood Wellford.
First Lieutenant W. Keith Armistead, A.D. C.* relative
First Lieutenant J. H. Linebaugh, A.D. C.; resigned November, 1862.
First Lieutenant John Dunlop, June, 1862, to February 7, 1863.
Captain James W. Pegram, A.D. C., July, 1862; promoted Major and A. A. G. Dept. of Richmond, 1863.
Captain B. J. Hawthorne, A.D. C.
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Ashby, Turner, Brigadier-General, May 23, 1862; killed June 6. 1862.
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Barton, Seth M.. Brigadier-General. March 16, 1862.
Staff.--Lieutenant John R. Triplett, A.D. C.
Lieutenant R. F. Patterson, A.D. C.
Major B. Thompson, Quartermaster.
Major W. E. Snead, Commissary, February, 1863.
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Beale, Richard L. T., Brigadier-General, February 6, 1865; died in Westmoreland County April 19, 1893.
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Cabell, W. I.., Brigadier-General, January 20, 1863.
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Chambliss, John Randolph, Jr., Brigadier-General, December 19, 1863; killed August 16, 1864.
Staff.---Captain J. V. H. Nash, A. A. G.
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Chilton, R. H., Brigadier-General, December 21, 1863; resigned April 1, 1864.
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Cocke, Philip St. George, Brigadier-General, October 21, 1861; died December 21, 1861.
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Colston, Raleigh E., Brigadier-General, December 24, 1861.
Staff.--Captain James T. Tosh, A. A. G.
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Cooper, Samuel, General C. S. A., May 16, 1861; Adjutant-General and Inspector during the war.
Staff.--Major Charles H. Lee, A. A. G., October 27, 1862; resigned May 31, 1864.
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Corse, Montgomery Dent., Brigadier-General, November 1, 1862; died in Alexandria February 11, 1895.
Staff.--Captain Philip B. Hooe, A. A. G.
Captain Randolph Harrison, A. & I. General; died in service.
Captain Charles U. Williams, A.D. C.
First Lieutenant Fenton M. Henderson, Ordnance Officer.
First Lieutenant Herbert Bryan, A. A. G.; wounded; promoted Captain.
First Lieutenant Philip N. Page, A.D. C., 1864-1865.
Major Dr. Wm. Henry Shield, Chief Surgeon.
Major R. H. Turner, Chief Quartermaster, 1863-1864.
Major W. C. N. Carr, Chief Quartermaster, 1864-1865.
Major V. M. Brown, Chief Commissary.
Captain H. B. Taliaferro, Assistant Commissary.
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Dearing, James, Brigadier-General, 1864.
Staff.--Captain Wm. E. Hinton, A. A. G.
Captain Rutherford, A. & I. G.
First Lieutenant Stuart, A.D. C.
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Early, Jubal Anderson, Brigadier-General, July 21, 1861; Major-General, January 17, 1863; Lieutenant-General, May 31, 1864.
Staff.--Major Samuel C. Moore, A. A. G.
Major John W. Daniel, A. A. G.; wounded.
Major Samuel Hale, Jr., A. A. G.; killed May 12, 1864.
Lieutenant Andrew L. Pitzer, A.D. C.; promoted Major.
Lieutenant Wm. G. Calloway, A.D. C.
Lieutenant J. R. Wilson, vol. A.D. C., 1862.
Colonel F. Gardner, A. A. G., 1861-1862; resigned.
Lieutenant S. H. Early, A.D. C.; resigned November 19, 1862.
Lieutenant H. Heaton, V. A.D. C., December, 1862.
Major C. E. Snodgrass, Quartermaster, 1862.
Major W. W. Thornton, C. S., January 15, 1864.
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Echols, John, Brigadier-General, April 16, 1862.
Staff.--Captain Hart Gibson, A. A. G.
Captain R. H. Catlett, A. A. G., September, 1862.
Lieutenant George H. Caperton, A.D. C., June 11, 1862.
Lieutenant J. W. Bauham, A.D. C.., March 18, 1863.
Captain W. R. Preston, A. A. G., August, 1862, to November, 1864.
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Ewell, Richard Stoddard, Brigadier-General, June 17, 1861; Major-General, January 24, 1862; Lieutenant-General, May 23, 1863
Staff.--Lieutenant-Colonel A. S. Pendleton, A. A. G.; Chief of Staff; killed at Fisher's Hill, September 22, 1864.
Major G. Campbell Brown, A. A. G.
Captain Thos. T. Turner, A.D. C.
Captain James Power Smith, A. D.C., wounded.
Dr. Hunter McGuire, Medical Director.
Colonel J. Thompson Brown, Chief of Artillery.
Colonel Wm. Allen, Chief of Ordnance.
Major John A. Harman, Assistant Quartermaster.
Major W. J. Hawks, Chief Commissary.
Captain A. Elhart. Assistant Quartermaster and Paymaster.
Major John Hotchkiss, Topo. Engineer.
Captain ------ Melburne, Chief of Signal Corps.
Captain W. F. Randolph, Black Horse Troop, Escort.
Major James Barbour, A. A. G., April 28, 1862; resigned June 30, 1863.
Major B. H. Green, A. & I. G., July, 1863.
Lieutenant Harper Carroll, A.D. C., March, 1864.
Lieutenant-Colonel John M. Jones, A. A. G., 1863.
Lieutenant John Taliaferro, A.D. C., March-May, 1864.
Captain R. E. Welburne, S. O., July, 1863.
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Floyd, John B., Brigadier-General, May 23, 1861; died August 26, 1863.
Staff.--Major I B. Dunn, Assistant Quartermaster; resigned December 21, 1861.
Major Henry B. Davidson, A. A. G., April, 1861.
Lieutenant Micajah Woods, A. A. G., 1861; transferred to Jackson's Artillery.
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Garland, Samuel. Jr., Brigadier-General, May 23, 1862; killed September 14, 1862.
Staff.--Captain Don. P. Halsey, A. A. G., June, July; same to General J. B. Gordon, 1862; same to General A. Parsons, Jr., May, 1863; same to General R. D. Johnson; retired 1864.
Lieutenant Robert D. Early, A.D. C.; same to General Early, 1862; promoted Captain and A. A. G. to General J. M. Jones; killed May 5, 1864.
Lieutenant F. M. Haywood, Jr., A.D. C.. June, 1862.
Captain J. Lawrence Meem, A. A. G., June, July, 1862.
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Garnett, Richard Brooke, Brigadier-General, November 14, 1861; killed at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Staff.--Chas. F. Linthicum, A. A. G.; killed at Cold Harbor, 1864.
Captain Edmund C. Fitzhugh, A. A. G.; wounded at Hatchers Run, 1865.
First Lieutenant James D. McIntire, A. A. G.; promoted Captain.
Captain Henry D. Danforth, Ordnance Officer.
First Lieutenant Chas. F. Berkeley, A. & I. General.
Major (Dr.) Saml. A. McConkey, Chief Surgeon.
Major S. Longwith Lewis, Chief Quartermaster, 1861-1862.
Major George T. Jones, Chief Quartermaster, 1862-1865.
Major James Johnson, Chief Commissary.
First Lieutenant John Simpkin Jones, A.D. C.; wounded at Cold Harbor, 1864.
First Lieutenant Thomas R. Harrison, A.D. C.; wounded and captured at Gettysburg.
First Lieutenant J. C. Griswold, A.D. C., 1864.
First Lieutenant W. S. Fowler, A.D. C.
On the promotion of General Hunton, these officers remained with him.
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Garnett, Robert Seldon, Brigadier-General, June 6, 1861; killed
July 13, 1861, at Carrick's Ford.
Staff.--Lieutenant Thomas Getty, A.D. C., July, 1861.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XXXVIII. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1910.
List Of General Officers And Their Staffs.
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Heth, Henry, Brigadier-General, January 6, 1862; Major- General, May 24, 1863; died in Washington City September 26, 1899.
Staff.--Captain Stockton Heth, A. A. G.; promoted. *relative
Major R. H. Finney, A. A. G.
Major Harry H. Harrison, A. A. G.; retired December 4, 1864.
Major P. C. Hungerford, Chief Commissary, July, 1863.
Major (Dr.) H. H. Hubbard, Chief Surgeon to October, 1864.
Captain W. H. Atwold, A. C. S.
Lieutenant M. C. Selden, A.D. C. to July, 1863.
Captain W. O. Slade, Acting Engineer to November, 1864.
Captain James W. Archer, Ordnance Officer, January, 1863.
Captain J. F. Cage, Assistant Quartermaster.
Albert Gibboney, V. A.D. C., May, 1862.
Lieutenant B. F. Steward, A. A. A. G., May, 1863.
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Hill, Ambrose Powell, Brigadier-General, February 26, 1862; Major-General, May 26, 1862; Lieutenant-General, May 24, 1863.
Staff.--Lieutenant-Colonel Wm. H. Palmer, A. A. G. and Chief of Staff.
Major W. Norborne Starke, A. A. G.
Major L. Masters, 1862-1864; killed April, 1865.
Captain Murray F. Taylor, A.D. C.
Captain Frank T. Hill, A.D. C.
Major Conway R. Howard, Engineer.
Captain R. H. T. Adams, Chief Signal Officer.
Major E. B. Hill, Chief Commissary.
Captain W. S. P. Mayo, Assistant Commissary.
Major James G. Field, Chief Quartermaster.
Captain Henry M. Field, Assistant Quartermaster.
Dr. J. W. Powell, Chief Surgeon.
Dr. F. L. Frost, Assistant Surgeon.
Major P. B. Stanard, Ordnance Officer
Brigadier-General R. Lindsay Walker, Chief of Artillery.
Sergeant George W. Tucker, Chief of Couriers.
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Hunton, Eppa, Brigadier-General, August 9, 1863; died in Richmond October 11, 1908.
On the death of General Garnett, his staff was retained by General Hunton.
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Imboden, J. D., Brigadier-General Cavalry, January 28, 1863; died in Abingdon, Va., August 15, 1895.
Staff.--Captain Chas. S. Morgan, A. & I. General.
Captain Frances B, Berkeley, A. A. G., Chief of Staff.
Captain C. G. Merrett, Quartermaster.
Dr. Cyrus Alexander, Surgeon; resigned September 4, 1863.
Major J. J. Lafferty, Commissary, to close of war.
Lieutenant John H. McCue, A.D. C., January, 1863.
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Jackson, Thomas Jonathan, Brigadier-General, June 17, 1861; Major-General. October 7, 1861; Lieutenant-General, October 10, 1862; died from wounds received at Chancellorsville, May 10, 1863.
Staff.--Major R. L. Dabney, A. A. G., to April, 1862.
Major A. H. Jackson, A. A. G., December, 1861-February, 1862; resigned March 11, 1862.
Lieutenant-Colonel J. T. L. Preston, A. A. G., to February, 1862.
Lieutenant-Colonel A. S. Pendleton, A. A. G.; transferred to General Ewell on death of General Jackson.
Major John A. Harman, Quartermaster; transferred to General Ewell.
Lieutenant-Colonel Chas. J. Faulkner, A. A. G.; resigned July 23, 1863.
Colonel S. Crutchfield, Chief of Artillery, to February, 1863.
Colonel James Jackson, Judge-Advocate, December 30, 1862.
Colonel Richard H. Lee, Presiding Judge Military Court, December 30, 1862.
Lieutenant-Colonel B. F. Jones, A.D. C.
Major J. I.. Cross, A. A. G.; transferred to General D. H. Hill, September, 1863.
Major J. D. Armstrong, A. A. G., April, 1862.
Lieutenant-Colonel W. S. H. Baylor, I. G., February, 1862.
Major George H. Bier (C. S. Navy), C. O., September, 1862; relieved January 12, 1863.
Major D. B. Bridgford, Provo-Marshal, January, 1863.
Colonel David M. Carter, Judge-Advocate, December, 1862.
Dr. H. Black, Surgeon, May 27, 1862.
Dr. Hunter McGuire, Chief Surgeon.
Colonel Wm. L. Jackson, A.D. C., September, 1862, to April 14, 1863.
Lieutenant George G. Junkin, A.D. C.; resigned April 14, 1862.
Lieutenant T. G. Lee, A.D. C., 1861. Cadet N. W. Lee, A.D. C., July 19, 1861.
Captain J. M. Garnett, A.D. C.
Captain J. Power Smith, A.D. C.; transferred to General Ewell, 1863.
Captain J. J. Lock, Assistant Commissary, March 5, 1863.
Major John S. Whiting, Acting Engineer and A. A. G., February, 1863.
Lieutenant T. L. Snead, A.D. C., April 4, 1863.
Captain E. F. Ritton, A. A. G., October, 1862-'63.
Major E. F. Paxton, A. A. G., October, 1862-'63.
Cadet J. West Thompson, A. D.C.; promoted Lieutenant and O. O. to General Ferguson.
Colonel Thos. H. Williamson, Engineer, May 10, 1862.
Jackson, William Lother, Brigadier-General of Cavalry, December 19, 1864.
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Jenkins, Albert Gallatin, Brigadier-General, August 5, 1862; killed at Cloyd's Farm (mountain), W. Va., May 9, 1864.
Staff.--Captain Nicholas Fitzhugh, A. A. G.
Lieutenant George B. Hannah, A.D. C.
Captain George G. Paxton, A. Q. M., June 30, 1864.
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Johnson, Edward, Brigadier-General, December 13, 1861; Major-General, February 28, 1863; died February 22, 1873.
Staff.--Major Benj. Watkins Leigh, A. A. G.; killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.
Major Henry Kyd Douglas, A. A. G.
Captain R. W. Hunter; promoted Major and A. A.G.
Lieutenant E. J. Martin, A.D. C.
Lieutenant W. M. Davidson, A.D. C., December 9, 1864.
Major Thos. E. Ballard, Commissary, July-September, 1863.
Dr. G. W. Munroe, Assistant Surgeon, December, 1864.
Dr. W. L. Lunday, Assistant Surgeon; transferred to General Patton as Chief Surgeon.
Captain Thad. A. Smith, O. O., November, 1863.
Captain W. H. Harmon, A.D. C., May 17, 1862.
Captain W. W. Old, A.D. C., 1863; same to General Early; same to General Joseph E. Johnston, July, 1864.
Colonel Abner Smead, A. A. G., 1862; transferred to General T. J. Jackson, then to General Ewell, January 26, 1863.
Lieutenant Ed. Willis, A.D. C., May 17, 1863.
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Jones, John Marshall, Brigadier-General, May 15, 1863; killed at the Wilderness, May 5, 1864.
Staff.--Lieutenant Francis T. Jones, A.D. C.; died September 2, 1863.
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Jones, John R., Brigadier-General, June 23, 1862; died in Harrisonburg, Va., August, 1861.
Staff.--Major David A. Jones, Commissary, 1862.
Major James W. Bruce, Quartermaster; transferred to General Terry.
Lieutenant Mann Page, A. A. G., September, 1863
Lieutenant E. Holmes Boyd, Ordnance, September, 1863.
Captain Virginius Dabney, A.D. C., July 25, 1862.
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Johnston, Joseph Eggleston, Major-General Virginia State Forces, April 26, 1861; Brigadier-General C. S. A., May 14, 1861; General C. S. A., August 13, 1861; died in Washington City, May 2l, 1891.
Staff.--Colonel H. Cole, Inspector-General, March, 1862.
Colonel E. J. Harvie, A. I. G., 1862.
Major S. A. Carthwright, Medical Inspector, June, 1863.
Lieutenant-Colonel George W. Lay, A. A. G.; transferred to Conscript Bureau, June, 1863.
Lieutenant-Colonel Osmond Latrobe, A. A. G.; transferred to General Longstreet's Staff, 1864.
Captain John F. Lay, A. A. G.; transferred to General Beauregard, April 29, 1862; promoted Major and A. A. G. to General Sam Jones, then to General Hardie's Staff, March 29, 1865.
Captain A. P. Mason, A. A. G.; promoted Major and Lieutenant-Colonel.
Major Alfred M. Barbour, Chief Quartermaster, to July, 1864.
Lieutenant James Barroll Washington, A.D. C., to December 4, 1862.
Colonel John J. Clark, Chief Engineer, March, 1865.
Captain James Cooper, A. & I. General, 1865.
Major John Johnson, Engineer O., 1865.
Major Pollock B. Lee, A. I. G., 1865.
Major Richard J. Manning, A.D. C., April, 1864, to April, 1865.
Captain I. p. Johnson, A. A. G., March, 1863; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel, 1864.
Dr. W. E. Kemble, Assistant Surgeon, January, 1862.
Major Clark Kennerley, Chief Ordnance Officer, August, 1863.
Colonel T. B. Lanor, A: A. G., December, 1862, to September, 1863.
Captain Robert L. Maupin, A. A. G., July 18, 1863.
Major Danville Leadbetter, Chief Engineer, January-April, 1864.
Lieutenant George D. Wise, A.D. C., May, 1862; promoted Captain and A.D. C. to General Beauregard; killed June 14, 1864.
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Jones, Samuel, Brigadier-General, July 21, 1861; Major-General, May 10, 1862; died in Washington, D.C., August, 1887.
Staff.--Captain Giles B. Cooke, A. A. G.; transferred from General P. St. George Cocke to General Beauregard; to General Bragg; to General Sam Jones; and in the fall of 1864 to General R. E. Lee, as Major and A. A. G.
Major C. S. Stringfellow, A. A. G.
Major W. B. Myers, A. & I. G., December, 1862; same to General Gordon in 1865.
Major Thos. Noble, Quartermaster; transferred to Alabama, 1864, on special service.
Lieutenant P. C. Warwick, A.D. C., 1862.
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Jones, Wm. Edmondson, Brigadier-General of Cavalry, September 19, 1862; killed at Piedmont. Va., June 5, 1864.
Staff.--Captain W. K. Martin, A. A. G.
Lieutenant W. M. Hopkins, A.D. C.
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Jordan, Thomas, Brigadier-General, April 14, 1862; Chief of Staff to General Beauregard; died in New York City November 27, 1895.
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Kemper, James Lawson, Brigadier-General, June 3, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg July 3, 1863; Major-General, September 19. 1864; died at Orange Courthouse, Va., April 7, 1895.
Staff.--Captain Wm. O. Fry; wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.
Captain Thomas Gordon Pollock, A. & I. General; killed at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
First Lieutenant George E. Geiger, A. D.C.; killed at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Major James W. Green, Commissary, June, 1862.
Major Nelson W. Cresler, Quartermaster, June, 1862.
Captain Kinloch Wilson, O. O., 1862; same to General Longstreet in 1863.
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Lagnel, Julius, Brigadier-General, April 15, 1862; declined the appointment.
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Lee, Edwin G., Brigadier-General, September 20, 1864; commanded Virginia Reserves, Valley District, 1864.
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Lee, Fitzhugh, Brigadier-General of Cavalry, July 24, 1862; Major-General of Cavalry, August 3, 1863; died in Washington, D.C., May, 1905.
Staff.--Major Robert F. Mason, A. A. G., August, 1863, to close of war.
Major James Dugué Ferguson, A. A. G.
Lieutenant Charles Minnegerode, Jr., A.D. C.; wounded April, 1865.
Lieutenant Henry C. Lee, A.D. C.
Captain Stith Bolling, Company G, Ninth Virginia Cavalry, February, 1863.
Captain Thomas F. Bowie, A. A. & I. G.; captured 1864.
Captain W. B. Warwick, A. C. S., July, 1863; promoted Major.
Isaac Walke, Ordnance Officer; killed in action.
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Lee, George Washington Custis, Brigadier-General, June 25, 1863; Major-General, October 20, 1864; commanding troops for defence of Richmond, Va.
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Lee, Wm. Henry Fitzhugh, Brigadier-General of Cavalry, September 15, 1862; Major-General of Cavalry, April 23, 1864; died at Ravinsworth, Fairfax County, October 15, 1891.
Staff.--Major Luke Turnan Brien, A. A. G.; promoted Colonel.
Major Charles Waite, Quartermaster-General.
Major A. G. Dade, Commissary-General.
Captain John Mason Lee, A. A. G., November 2, 1863.
Captain R. E. Lee, Jr., A.D. C., October 30, 1862.
Captain Frank Robertson, Engineer.
Lieutenant Theo. S. Garnett, A.D. C., June 1, 1864.
Lieutenant Philip P. Dandridge, A. A. G., 1862.
Major Gilham, Division Engineer.
Captain Charles Pierce, Ordnance Officer.
Major A. C. Randolph, Surgeon, Brigade and Division, to April 9, 1865.
Captain Frank Robertson, Engineer.
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Vol. XXXVIII. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1910.
List Of General Officers And Their Staffs.
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Lilley, R. D., Brigadier-General, May 31, 1864 (commanded Pegram's Brigade); died at Staunton, Va., November 12, 1886.
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Lomax, Lunsford Lindsay, Brigadier-General of Cavalry, July 23, 1863; Major-General, Cavalry, August 10, 1864.
Staff.--Lieutenant James Hunter, Jr., September, 1863-1864.
Captain C. Powell Grady, A. A. G., 1863; promoted from ranks Sixth Virginia Cavalry to Staff of General Payne; transferred 1864.
Major C. S. Hart, Quartermaster, 1864.
Captain Allen Dickerson, A. A. G., 1864.
Major Thomas Hill, 1864.
Major Charles Howard, C. S., 1864.
Lieutenant James Marchman, Provo-Marshal, April, 1863.
Captain Thomas Rowland, A. A. G., November 4, 1864.
Major Thomas Snowden, Quartermaster, 1864.
Major Peter H. Woodward, Quartermaster, 1863; transferred to General Payne's Staff.
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Long, Armistead Lindsay, Brigadier-General of Artillery, September 21, 1863; died April, 1891, Charlottesville, Va.
Staff.--Lieut. S. V. Southall, A. A. G.
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Magruder, John Bankhead, Brigadier-General, June 17, 1861; Major-General, October 7, 1861; died February 19, 1871.
Staff.--J. M. Goggin, A. I. G., 1861.
Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Cary, A. I. G., May 3, 1862.
Major W. Hyllested, A.D. C., June, 1861.
Lieutenant Henry Bryan, A.D. C.; promoted Captain and A. A. G.
Lieutenant Wm. A. Alston, A.D. C., May 16, 1861; Captain and A. A. G., October, 1862, to November, 1863.
Captain Benj. Bloomfield, Chief Quartermaster, 1861.
Lieutenant J. K. Boswell, Engineer, 1861; transferred to T. J. Jackson, February, 1862; Captain and Chief Engineer to General Jackson, 1863; killed May 10, 1863. J. Randolph Bryan, A.D. C., May 3, 1862.
Major George B. Cosby, A. A. G., July, 1861.
Lieutenant James R. Crump, Engineer, November, 1861; killed February 27, 1864.
Captain H. C. Derrick, Engineer (Mulberry Island Point, Virginia), 1861.
Captain Andrew G. Dickinson, A. A. G., February, 1861, to December 11, 1862.
Lieutenant Henry T. Douglas, Engineer, May 3, 1862; promoted Captain and Engineer Officer to General A. P. Hill, June, 1862; same to General Longstreet; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel and Chief Engineer, Trans-Miss. Dept., March, 1865.
Lieutenant Thomas J. Page, Virginia Navy, A.D. C., November, 1861.
Lieutenant Hugh Mercer Stanard, A.D. C.
Captain W. R. Vaughan, A. Q. M., June, 1861.
Captain Wm. Norris, S. O., May and June, 1863.
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Mahone, William, Brigadier-General, November 16, 1861; Major-General, June 1, 1864; died in Washington City October 9, 1895.
Staff.--Captain Robinson Taylor, A. A. G..
Captain F. M. Ironmonger, Asst. Quartermaster.
Major R. I. Duncan, A. A. G., November, 1864.
Captain W. N. McDonald, Ordnance Officer, 1864-1865.
Major Philip M. Slaughter, C. S.
Captain Edward N. Thurston, A.D. C., 1864.
Lieutenant Richard Walke, promoted Captain and A. A. G. Artillery, Third Corps.
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Maury, Dabney Herndon, Brigadier-General, March 12, 1862; Major-General, November 11, 1862; died at Peoria, Ill., January 11, 1900.
Staff.--Captain D. W. Flowerree, A. A. G.; promoted Major and A. A. G.
Lieutenant John H. Maury, A.D. C., April 28, 1862.* relative
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McCausland, John, Brigadier-General, May 18, 1864.
Staff.--Dr. Isaiah Bee, Surgeon, May 18, 1864.
First Lieutenant Richard H. Burke, May 18, 1864.
Captain George H. Eyster, A. A. G., November 4, 1864.
Major N. Fitzhugh, A. A. G., November 4, 1864.
Lieutenant Henry W. Cox, Ordnance Officer, May, 1864.
Major Thos. J. Jenkins, Quartermaster, May, 1864.
Major James W. Smith, Commissary, 1864.
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Munford, Thomas T., Brigadier-General Cavalry, 1864.
Staff.--Captain W. K. Martin, A. A. G.
Captain Henry C. Lee. A. & I. G.; transferred to General Fitz Lee's Division.
First Lieutenant Lomax Tayloe, A.D. C.
First Lieutenant W. H. McFarland, A.D. C.
Captain B. B. Mason, Assistant Commissary.
Major Albert McDaniel. Quartermaster.
Lieut. A. Warwick, A.D. C.
Captain M. M. Rogers, Provo-Guard.
Major John W. Tayloe, A. I. G.
Sergeant-Major Samuel Griffin, A. A. A. G.
James E. Tucker, Headquarter Color-bearer.
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Staff.--Captain Clifton Smith, A. A. G., October, 1862.
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Payne, William H., Brigadier-General Cavalry. November 1, 1864; died in Washington City, March 9, 1904.
Staff.--Lieutenant A. C. Dickinson.
Lieutenant Charles E. Kimball. A.D. C., October, 1863.
Lieutenant John Blackburn, promoted from ranks Sixth Cavalry; Lieutenant and Ord. Officer.
Dr. W. H. Fairfax, Assistant Surgeon, October, 1862.
Dr. Robert Galt, Assistant Surgeon, November, 1864.
Rev. Richard Davis, Chaplain, August, 1862.
Dr. James C. Green, Assistant Surgeon, October, 1862.
Lieutenant Charles Digges, A.D. C.; promoted from ranks Fourth Cavalry, 1864.
Dr. James S. Lewis, Surgeon, August, 1862, to 1864.
Lieutenant Robert Pendleton, Provost-Marshal, 1865; promoted from ranks Sixth Virginia Cavalry.
Major Wm. Taylor, C. S., 1863-1864; promoted from ranks Sixth Cavalry.
Dr. J. B. Shepherd. Assistant Surgeon. 1863.
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Pegram, John. Brigadier-General. November 7, 1862; killed at Hatcher's Run February 5, 1865.
Staff.--Captain Robt. N. Wilson, A. A. G., April 18, 1862.
Captain R. T. Daniel. Jr., A. A. G.
Lieutenant J. F. Ranson. A.D. C., November 20, 1862.
Rev. A. C. Bledsoe, Chaplain, April 20, 1864.
D.C. Freeman, Jr., V. A.D. C., April, 1863.
Captain H. Henly Smith, A.D. C., 1863.
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Pemberton, John Clifford, Brigadier-General, June 17, 1861; Major-General, January 1, 1862; Lieutenant-General, October 10, 1862; died at Penllyn, Pa., July 13, 1881.
Staff.--Major J. R. Waddy, A. A. G.; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel and A. A. G., 1862.
Captain A. J. Waddy, A. A. G., September 11, 1861.
Col. Henry W. Allen, Judge Military Court, February 13, 1863.
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Pendleton, William Nelson, Brigadier-General Artillery, March 26, 1862; died at Lexington, Va., January 15, 1883.
Staff.--Lieutenant Geo. W. Peterkin, A.D. C., May 22, 1862; promoted Captain, 1864.
Lieutenant E. P. Dandridge, A. A. G., 1864.
Lieutenant Charles Hatcher, A.D. C., 1864.
Captain Dudley D. Pendleton, A. A. G., May, 1862, to November 4, 1864. *relative
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Pickett, George Edward, Brigadier-General, January 14, 1862; Major-General, October 10, 1862; died at Norfolk, Va., July 30, 1875.
Staff.--Major Chas. Pickett, A. A. G.
Major Walter Harrison, A. A. G.; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel; A. I. G., 1864.
Captain Thos. Croxton, A. A. G., May 1, 1862.
Captain W. S. Symington, A. D. C.
Captain Robt. Johnston, A. A. A. G.; promoted Colonel of Third Virginia Cavalry, 1862.
Major (Dr.) Chas. W. Chancellor, Surgeon, 1862-1863.
Major (Dr.) M. M. Lewis, Surgeon, 1863-1865.
Major (Dr.) Jas. A. McAlpine, Medical Inspector, 1864-1865.
Major R. Taylor Scott, Chief Quartermaster.
Major Horace W. Jones, Chief Commissary.
Captain David Meade, Assistant Quartermaster.
Captain Thos. P. Wallace, Asst. Quartermaster.
Captain Wm. B. Edmunds, Asst. Quartermaster.
Captain A. W. Williams, Division Paymaster, 1864-1865.
Captain W. Douglas Stuart, Chief Engineer.
First Lieutenant John S. Morson, Asst. Engineer.
Captain Horace I. Cochran, Chief Ordnance Officer, 1864-1865.
First Lieutenant Sam. G. Leitch, Ordnance Officer, 1862-1864.
First Lieutenant Edward R. Baird, A.D. C.
Captain R. A. Bright, A.D. C.
First Lieutenant I. W. Gossett, Provost Guard.
First Lieutenant F. Brooke, Provost Guard.
Captain Raymond Fairfax, Pioneer Corps; promoted May, 1864.
Captain Chas. Floyd, Assistant Quartermaster, Division Sutler.
Captain A. Archer, A.D. C., May to July, 1862.
Captain Peacock, A.D. C., 1863; transferred to General Heth, 1864.
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Pryor, Roger A., Brigadier-General, April 16, 1862; resigned August 18, 1863.
Staff.--Captain Walter Wrenn; killed September 17, 1862.
Major Thos. C. Elder, Commissary; transferred to General E. A. Perry, May 9, 1863.
Lieutenant B. F. Hudgins, A. D.C., May-June, 1862; resigned October 20, 1862.
Lieutenant Chas. McCann, A.D. C., September 21, 1862.
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Randolph, George Wythe, Brigadier-General, February 13, 1862;
Secretary of War, March 17th to December 18, 1862.
Staff.--Captain R. G. H. Kean, February 24, 1862; resigned April 14, 1862.
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Reynolds, Alexander W., Brigadier-General, September 14, 1863; died May 26, 1876.
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Robertson, Beverly H., Brigadier-General Cavalry, June 9, 1862.
Staff.--Captain Walter K. Martin; transferred to General Munford, as A. A. G.
Captain Philip Haxall, A. A. G., 1863; transferred to General C. L. Stevenson.
Captain Thomas L. Farish, A. A. G., June 24, 1862.
Captain W. N. Worthington, A. D.C.
Captain C. H. Gordon, A. A. G., June 3, 1862; resigned January, 1863.
Sergeant G. W. Bassett, Company H, Ninth Virginia Cavalry; promoted Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer May 5, 1863.
Major R. H. Downman, Commissary, December, 1863.
Major W. W. Harvie, C. S., Commissary, June, 1862.
Major George Melton. Quartermaster. 1863.
Captain J. R. Holcombe. Quartermaster, 1861.
Dr. W. H. Robertson, Surgeon, 1863.
Major H. H. Selden, Quartermaster.
Lieutenant A. G. Taylor, A. D. C.
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Ruggles, Daniel. Brigadier-General, August 9, 1861; assigned to Department of Georgia and Mississippi and other States; died in Fredericksburg, Va.
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Rosser. Thomas Lafayette, Brigadier-General of Cavalry, 1863; Major-General of Cavalry, November, 1864; died in Charlottesville, 1910.
Staff.--Major Peter Fontaine, A. A. G.
Major Holmes Conrad, A. & I. General.
Major A. Meade Smith, Commissary.
Major Chas. B. Gwathmey, Quartermaster.
Captain Philip B. Winston, A.D. C.
Captain Jno. W. Emmett, A. A. G., December 20, 1863, to November 4, 1804.
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Slaughter, J. E., Brigadier-General, March 8, 1862; Inspector-General, Department in the Army of Mississippi and Tennessee; died in the City of Mexico January 1, 1901.
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Smith, William, Brigadier-General, January 31, 1863; Major-General, August 30, 1863; resigned December 31, 1863, having been elected Governor of Virginia; died in Warrenton, Va., May 18, 1887.
Staff.--Captain --- Wilson, A. A. G.
Lieutenant F. W. Smith, A.D. C.
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Stevens, Walter H., Brigadier-General Engineers, August 28, 1864; in charge of defensive work around Richmond, 1862-'63-'64; Chief Engineer Army Northern Virginia, August, 1864, to end of war; died in Vera Cruz, Mexico, November 12, 1867.
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Stevenson, Carter I.., Brigadier-General, February 27, 1862; Major-General, October 10, 1862; died August 15. 1888.
Staff.--Major Joseph W. Anderson, C. A., 1863; promoted; killed May. 1863.
First Lieutenant Henry F. Botts, A.D. C., until close of war.
Major Geo. L. Gillespie, Commissary, 1802; transferred, 1863.
Lieutenant Geo. A. Haywood, A.D. C., 1862-May 2, 1863; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel and assigned special service, 1865.
Dr. H. M. Compton, Chief Surgeon.
Captain J. W. Mathews, A. A. G., May to September, 1863.
Major J. H. F. Mayo, Commissary, 1863 to close of war.
Lieutenant W. E. McElwee, Commander Pioneer Corps, 1863 to April, 1865.
Major Howell Webb, A. I. G., 1862 to December, 1863.
Captain Chas. Veder, Q. M. & P.M., 1863-1864.
Major Richard Orme, Quartermaster, 1863.
Captain Redmond Burke, A.D. C.; killed at Shepherdstown November 25, 1862.
Captain Pollard, A. I. G., 1863; killed at Atlanta.
Captain J. S. Redley, C. S., 1862.
Dr. A. T. Sullivan, Surgeon, to end of war.
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Stuart, James Ewell Brown, Brigadier-General of Cavalry, September 24, 1861; Major-General of Cavalry, July 25. 1862; Chief of Cavalry, Army Northern Virginia, January 31, 1864; died in Richmond, May 12, of wounds received in the Battle of Yellow Tavern. May 9, 1864.
Staff.--Major R. Channing Price; killed at Chancellorsville, May 1, 1863.
Major Geo. Freaner, A. A. G., 1863; transferred to General Wade Hampton.
Major Henry B. McClellan, A. A. G.
Major A. R. Venable, A. A. G.
Major Heros Von Borcke, A.D. C. and A. A. G. (A Prussian, but Virginian by adoption, and to the day of his death flew the Battle Flag of the Army Northern Virginia on his castle in his own country.) Wounded desperately in the throat at Upperville, June 19, 1863; died some years after the war.
Major Dabney Ball, C. S., October, 1861; resigned July 25, 1862.
Major G. M. Ryals, Provost-Marshal.
Captain Win. W. Blackford, Chief Engineer.
Captain W. D. Farley, A. D.C.; killed at Stevensburg July 9, 1863.
Lieutenant Frank S. Robertson, Asst. Engineer.
Lieutenant Chiswell Dabney, A.D. C.; promoted Captain.
Lieutenant W. Q. Hullehen, A.D. C.; promoted Captain.
Lieutenant S. H. Farley, A.D. C., June 23, 1863.
Dr. Talcott Eleason, Chief Surgeon.
Dr. John B. Fontaine, Surgeon Cavalry, Army
Northern Virginia; killed at Five Forks, 1865.
Lieutenant R. H. Goldsborough, A.D. C.; killed April 6, 1865.
Major A. G. Dade, Chief Commissary.
Major J. Marshall Hanger, Asst. Quartermaster.
Major R. F. Beckham, Chief of Artillery.
Major R. S. White, Inspector-General.
Lieutenant Henry Hagan, Chief of Couriers.
Captain Jno. Esten Cook, Ordnance Officer.
Captain Luke T. Brien, A. A. G.; transferred to General W. H. F. Lee.
Major J. S. W. Hairston, A.D. C.; resigned March 1, 1863.
Major R. Norman, A. A. G., July, 1862; Quartermaster to end of war.
Captain Richard Frayser, Signal Officer, August 30, 1863.
Captain J. S. Clarke, V. A.D. C., July, 1863.
Captain Samuel Hardin Hairston, A.D. C., May, 1862; promoted Major and Quartermaster, 1862.
Major Wm. I. Johnson, Chief Commissary, June, July, 1864.
Captain S. G. Staples, A.D. C., May, 1862.
Captain Hardeman Stuart, S. O.; killed, Second Manassas, August 29, 1862.
Captain W. E. Towles, A.D. C., May and July, 1862.
Captain B. S. White, C. S.; promoted Major.
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Taliaferro, William Booth, Brigadier-General, March 4, 1862; Major-General, January 1, 1865; died at Gloucester Courthouse, Va., February 27, 1898.
Staff.--Major Wm. T. Taliaferro, A. A. G.*relative ; transferred to General D. H. Hill, March, 1865.
Lieutenant Henry C. Cunningham, Ordnance Officer; assigned to duty at Savannah, Ga., July, 1864.
Captain J. B. Brockenbrough.
Captain W. B. Pendleton, A. A. G.; wounded and disabled August 9, 1862; retired August 3, 1864.
Lieutenant W. A. Taliaferro, A. A. G.*relative
Captain W. B. Brockett, Quartermaster, April, 1863.
Lieutenant Geo. E. Harrison, Signal Officer, April, 1865.
Major E. L. Holcome, Commissary; same to Generals Harrison and Ripley, 1863.
Lieutenant W. P. Kemp, A. D.C.; promoted Captain, 1863.
Lieutenant R. K. Meade, Jr., A.D. C., September, 1862.
Captain J. Randolph Mordecai, Quartermaster; promoted Major, 1865.
Dr. Robert Sibley, Surgeon, July, 1864.
Captain Redmond, A.D. C.; killed near Jacksonville, Fla., March, 1864.
Captain P. H. Waring, A. D.C.; killed at Fort Wagner, S.C.
Major W. B. Stanard. C. S.; transferred to General J. E. B., Stuart's Staff.
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Terrell, James Barbour, Brigadier-General, May 31, 1864; killed at Cold Harbor or Bethesda Church, May 30th, at the head of the Thirteenth Regiment, Virginia Infantry, while his commission as Brigadier-General was at headquarters of the Division Commander.
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Terry, William, Brigadier-General, May 19, 1864; died at Wytheville September 12, 1888.
Staff.--Major James W. Bruce, Quartermaster.
Major James B. Dorman, A. A. G.
Captain R. J. Barton, A. A. G., November 4, 1864.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XXXVIII. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1910.
List Of General Officers And Their Staffs.
(continued & end of listing)


Walker, Henry H., Brigadier-General, July 1, 1863.
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Walker, James A., Brigadier-General, May, 1862; died in Wytheville, Va.
Staff.--Captain Randolph Barton, A. A. G., 1865.
Captain John S. Braxton, A. A. G., 1862; transferred to duty as Enrolling Officer.
Lieutenant C. S. Arnall, Adjutant Fifth Virginia, A. A. A. G., July, 1863.
Major Jacob R. Braithwaite, Quartermaster.
Captain Sanreel S. Coddall, A. A. G., 1863.
Major Joseph C. Sexton, Corn. S., 1863.
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Walker, Reuben Lindsay, Brigadier-General of Artillery, February 18, 1865; Chief of Artillery, A. P. Hill's Corps; died in Richmond, Va., 1890.
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Weisiger, David A., Brigadier-General, May 31 1864; succeeded to Command of Mahone's Brigade; died in Richmond, February 23, 1899.
Staff.--Captain Wm. E. Cameron, A. A. G., November 14, 1864.
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Wharton, Gabriel C., Brigadier-General, July 8, 1863.
Staff.--Captain C. A. De Russy, A. A. G., April, 1862, to November 4, 1864.
Major Findley Henderson, C. S., September, 1864.
Dr. G. M. McDonald, Surgeon, June 9, 1864.
Major S. T. Peters, Quartermaster; transferred to East Tennessee, 1863.
Major J. E. Pecklen, C. S., April, 1863.
Captain D. Bowles Thompson, A. A. G., 1863.
Lieut. J. J. Wharton, A. D.C.*relative
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Wickham, William Carter, Brigadier-General of Cavalry, September 3, 1863; resigned November 9, 1864; died in Richmond, July 23, 1888.
Staff.--Captain Peter Fontaine, A. A. G.
Captain Charles Irving Harvie, November 4, 1864.
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Wise, Henry Alexander, Brigadier-General, June 5, 1861; died in Richmond, Va., September 10, 1876.
Staff.--Captain C. B. Duffield, A. A. G., 1862; transferred to G. J. Rains, February 20, 1863.
First Lieutenant Richard A. Wise, A. A. & I. Genl.*relative
First Lieutenant A. Fred. Fleet, A. A. & I. Genl.
Major Wm. F. C. Gregory, Commissary.
Lieutenant James M. Wise, Ordnance Officer.*relative
Major H. C. Watkins, Quartermaster.
Captain J. M. Nicholson, Asst. Quartermaster.
Captain James H. Pearce, A. A. G., 1864.
Captain W. B. Tabb, A. A. G., to August 6, 1861; resigned.
Captain Geo. Douglas Wise, A. A. G., June-July, 1862.*relative
Captain W. Bacon, A.D. C., 1862; dropped June 21, 1862.
Lieutenant Barksdale Warwick, A.D. C.; killed at Five Forks, March 30, 1865.
Lieutenant Daniel B. Lucas, A.D. C.
Captain D.C. Cary, Quartermaster, 1861 to August, 1862.
Dr. Walter Coles, Surgeon, June, 1862.
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Thanks for taking the time to post! This comprehensive roster should prove a valuable research tool to many including genealogists studying the Southern Command!
...casually & off the top of your head, who were the enlisted men? No need to list in alphabetical order or by county....(LOL)
MRB1863,

It is unfortunate that information was not added to the roster. Many enlisted were employed for certain but, its not listed anywhere within the Southern Historical Society; I may go further to see about paroles but, this isn't necessarily 'proof' that they were on detail/appointment/assigned to staff, e.g. clerk, etc.

I'll take this inquiry on - (July 5th, 2015) and if I do find believable information, I'll add to it.

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MRB1863,

It is unfortunate that information was not added to the roster. Many enlisted were employed for certain but, its not listed anywhere within the Southern Historical Society; I may go further to see about paroles but, this isn't necessarily 'proof' that they were on detail/appointment/assigned to staff, e.g. clerk, etc.

I'll take this inquiry on - (July 5th, 2015) and if I do find believable information, I'll add to it.

M. E. Wolf
What an admirable adventure you embark upon! Some of the unit histories contain rosters, but not all I have seen. What a task of HUGE magnitude to roster each participant in the Civil War by regiment and name! Can only imagine the depth of research exercised in a herculean effort such as this!!!
 

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What an admirable adventure you embark upon! Some of the unit histories contain rosters, but not all I have seen. What a task of HUGE magnitude to roster each participant in the Civil War by regiment and name! Can only imagine the depth of research exercised in a herculean effort such as this!!!
MRB1863,

I have just now finished pouring over the Paroles of the ANV, to which extracting Officers, Staff Officers & Non-Commissioned Officers.

REFERENCE:
Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--First Corps--Lt.-Gen. James Longstreet.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Artillery Corps.
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LIST OF MEN

Detailed and serving at the headquarters of W. N. Pendleton, Brigadier-General and Chief Artillery, April 9th, 1865.

Chas. Hatcher, private, vol. aid, 4th Reg't Va. Cavalry.

E. A. Moore, private, courier, Rockbridge Art'y, Hardaway's Batt.

A. Stephen Dandridge, private, courier, Rockbridge Art'y, Hardaway's Batt.

W. J. Joyner, private, courier, Co. B, Lane's Batt'n Art'y.

R. R. Brown, private, courier, Co. B, Lane's Batt'n Art'y.

S. Hester, private, courier, Co. C, Lane's Batt'n Art'y.

W. W. Palmer, private, clerk, 1st Rich'd Howitzers, Cabell's Batt.

Robt. Harvey, private, driver, Co. A, Amherst Art'y.

Alex. Moran, private, driver, Woolfolk's Battery, Huger's Batt.

S. E. Holt, private, 2d Co. Washington Artillery.

Wm. H. Cautzon, private, 4th Co. Washington Artillery.

Norman Bell, Norfolk L. A. Blues.

Dan'l Blain, Ord. Sergt. and clerk h'dq'rs Rockbridge Art'y.

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ROLL OF

Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates to be paroled from Braxton's Artillery Battalion.

Field and Staff.

Serg't-Major F. D Hume, one private horse.

Q'r-Master-Serg't Marshall Forbes, one private horse.

Hospital-Steward R. Semple.

Serg't Wm. H. Eades, one private horse, Lee Battery.

Corp'l John L. Green, Lee Battery.

I certify, upon honor, that the above is a correct list of the men present on the morning of the 9th April with Carpenter's and Cooper's Batteries. Also that the list of field and staff is correct.

CARTER M. BRAXTON,
Lt.-Col. Com'd'g Batt'n Art'y.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Battle's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Beale's Cavalry Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Bratton's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Cook's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Cooke's Brigade
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Cox's Brigade
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Early's Division.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Evans' Brigade
[excerpt which is interesting --how the Commanding Officer of the 18th Georgia Battalion listed with great detail who was considered 'staff.']
Eighteenth Georgia Battalion.

Jno. N. Pacetty, Serg't Co. C.

R. W. Miller, Hospital Steward.

W. F. Symons, Private Co. C.

H. F. Bennett, Private Co. A.

M. W. Lewis, Private Co. A.

John Smith, Private Co. A.

Thos. Mensing, Private Co. B.

Wm. Powers, Private Co. D, 50th Ga. Reg't.

Colored Musicians Enlisted for the War.

Joe Parkman, Co. A.

Henry Williams, Co. B.

Geo. Waddell, Co. A.

Louis Gardeen, Co. C.

Colored Cooks Enlisted.

James Polk, Co. B.

Scipio Africanus, Co. B.

William Read, Co. C.

John Lery, Co. A.

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GEO. W. STILES, Com'd'g 18th Ga. Batt'n.

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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Ewell's Reserve Corps.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Finnegan's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Forney's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--General and Staff, Wilcox's Division.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Grimes's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Lane's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--List Of Officers And Men Of 39th Battalion Va. Cav.

(General R. E. Lee's escort.)
-Field and Staff.

Joseph Michen, bugler; one horse and equipments.

Company A.

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Wm. S. Ward, 3d sergeant and clerk headquarters A. N. Va., one horse and equipments.
[extensive excerpt]
D, M. M., private and clerk at headquarters A. N. Va., one horse and equipments.
Denny, Jas. W., private and clerk headquarters A. N. Va., one horse and equipments.

Company D.

Thomas, Joshua, private and clerk at headquarters A. N. V., one horse and equipments.
[78]


S. B. BROWN,
Capt. Com'd'g Battalion.
[Seems that General Lee used men out of his escort to work as clerks at his ANV headquarters]

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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Mac Rae's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--McComb's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--McGowan's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Misc.
[extensive excerpt - but contents worthy of research, includes paroles for Navy and Marines, etc.]
--List of Unattached Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates, Cut off from their Commands, Paroled by Major D. B. Bridgford, Provost Marshal.


W. M. Maben, detailed conscript, clerk with Major W. G. Rendly.
L. N. McVeigh, detailed conscript, clerk with Major W. G. Rendly.
D. Rankin, bonded agent, with Major W. G. Rendly.
E. B. Chamberlayne, Va. Reserves, (citizen).
E. H. Chamberlayne, Jr., detailed conscript A. and I. G. O.


T. A. Landrum, conscript guard, 1 private horse.
F. J. Wiley, Md. line.
John G. Beasley (citizen), clerk in Q.-M.'s Dep't.
John E. Towns (citizen), clerk in Q.-M.'s Dep't.

[extensive excerpts throughout this listing--for time/space saving--will mention once- see original source]

A. H. Gibboney, detailed clerk to Heth's Division, 1 private horse (courier).
W. E. Cox, detailed courier to Gen. Heth, 1 private horse.


J. L. Stoddard, Gen. Longstreet's courier, 1 private horse.

B. A. Moodey, civil employee.
George Cardwell, civil employee.
G. Owen, civil employee.
J. A. Hawkins, civil employee.
C. R. Dodson, civil employee.

W. C. Mills, Co. I, 7th N. C. Inf'ry.
J. L. Collier, Co. G, 23d Ga.
P. C. Temple, Cadet Va. Military Institute.
A. S. Jones, courier to Gen. Longstreet, 1 private horse.


W. A. Browning, conscript guard, 1 private horse.
A. Bigbie, detailed agriculturist.


C. B. Kirk, citizen.
W. R. Parker, courier in Q.-M.'s Dep't.
J. S. Martin, citizen employed in Engineer Dep't.


W. D. Hempston, courier to I. G., 1 private horse.

Geo. W. Tucker, Jr., courier to Gen. A. P. Hill.
H. N. Bullington, clerk at H'd Q'rs 3d Corps, 1 private horse.
R. J. Muse, detailed courier to Lt.-Gen. A. P. Hill, 1 horse.


W. T. Purcell, discharged soldier, 1 private horse.
Thomas Revelry, courier to Gen. Longstreet, 1 private horse.


W. Spadey, employed in Q.-M.'s Dep't (citizen), 1 private horse.

R. Y. Field, Co. B, 6th Va. Cavalry, courier 1 private horse.
W. C. Wingfield, Citizen Clerk, courier.
H. W. Bowie, Teamster.


Edward Moran, Teamster.

A. J. M. Burke, Signal Serg't Wilcox's Division.
J. H. Summerville, Citizen, employed in Q. M. Dep't, 1 private horse.
H. V. Neihaiger, Jr., 2d. Co. Signal Corps.
W. R. McCaw, Courier in Ordnance Dept, 1 private horse.
J. T. Washington, Clerk in Ordnance Dept.
R. S. Burwe1l, Courier in Ordnance Dept.


John A. Pentz, Citizen, 1 private horse.

John H. Kirch, detailed to Engineer Corps.
P. D. T. Roberts, Hospital Steward.
A. T. Homes, Co. G, 6th Va. Inf'ry, a paroled prisoner.


P. C. Houser, detailed ag't, 2 private horses.

A. T. Jones, Co. D, 3d Va. Inf'ry (courier), 1 private horse.
E. Goodridge, clerk in Treasury Dep't.
C. H. Burkey, Grandy's Bat., clerk in Q.-M.'s Dep't, 1 private horse.
C. B. Tomlin, Eppes's H. A.
E. Wellord Mason, (courier) 5th Va. Cavalry, 1 private horse.
C. M. Rock, clerk in Q.-M.'s Dep't, 1 private horse.

T. M. Golsby, clerk in Q.-M.'s Dep't.
Wm. M. Rock, courier in Q.-M.'s Dep't, 1 private horse.
W. H. Gill, courier in Q.-M.'s Dep't, 1 private horse.


T. J. Averett, courier, 1 private horse.

J. H. Nash, Courier to Gen. Pendleton.
B. A. Goode, detailed with Gen. Stephens.



[167 Paroled]
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List of Men now Present and Surrendered in Fields' s Division, and who are Unattached to any Command, Present for Major Bridgford to Obtain their Paroles.

Private E. Welford Mason, courier 5th Va. Cav.
C. M. Rock, clerk in Qr.-M.'s Dep't.
T. M. Goldsby, clerk in Qr.-M.'s Dep't.
W. M. Rock, courier in Qr.-M.'s Dep't.
W. H. Gill, courier in Qr.-M.'s Dep't.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Moody's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Officers at HQ
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Perry's Brigade.
 

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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Pickett's Division.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--R. D. Johnston's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Ransom's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Scales's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--General Semmes' Georgia Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Seventh Texas Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Sorrel's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Terry's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Thomas's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Wallace's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Weisiger's Brigade.
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Southern Historical Society Papers.
Vol. XV. Richmond, Va., January-December. 1887.
Paroles of the A.N.V.--Wise's Brigade.
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Note: Information is so great, on just officers, staff and non-commissioned officers, to which must/should be added civilian clerks and 'conscripted' workers at headquarters, it took 109 pages of cut and paste to 'round up' just this area; to which only addresses the ANV Paroles. It will take up excess bandwidth in my opinion.

Meanwhile, I have listed those commands that have paroles under the ANV, to which can be researched independent of me. However, having 'researched and copied to a personal file'--I could look up something if is posted.

M. E. Wolf
July 6, 2015 - 5:58 A.M.
 



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