Statistics for occurrence #1 of “L. O'B. Branch” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28.:
...r Battery 45.
In the retreat to Appomattox Courthouse this corps was kept very busy, and it was often engaged when not a shot was fired by any of the regiments.
Brigadier-Generals.— L. O'B. Branch , James H. Lane.
Aids.—W. A. Blount, to Branch, Oscar Lane, to Lane, J. Rooker Lane (acting), to Lane, Everard B. Meade, to Lane.
Assistant Adjutant—Generals.-W. E. Cannaday, Franc...
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