Statistics for occurrence #1 of “William E. Burnett” in chapter 1.1, section c.1.1.2, page 12 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3.:
...iseries of the subjugation against which they fought so nobly.
John Maury, my Aide-de-Camp, gave up his young life at Vicksburg, in 1863; Columbus Jackson, Inspector-General, soon followed him, and William E. Burnett , Chief of Artillery, fell in Spanish Fort, and was almost the last officer killed during the war.
D. W. Flowewee, Adjutant-General; John Gillespie, Ordnance Officer; Edmund Cummings, Inspector-Ge...
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