Living Generals of the Confederate States Army.
A compilation believed to be accurate up to date.
One hundred and Sixty-six living Confederate Generals of different grades.
Their names and rank.
[From the Richmond Dispatch November 20, 1892.]
The following list was republished by the Dispatch after revision by distinguished Confederate Generals including General Marcus J. Wright of the War Record Office, Washington, D. C. The Editor has further corrected it.
Dallas, Texas. To the Editor of the Ex-Confederate.
As your paper is read not only in this State, but, I hope, in every State in the South, where you have numerous readers, I send you for publication a corrected roster of the surviving generals of the Confederate army, compiled from the most reliable data to be had to October I, 1892.
The number of general officers of all grades appointed and commissioned is four hundred and ninety-eight—viz.: Six generals, one general with temporary rank, one quarter-mast
ry, C, Heavy Artillery.
January 30, 1890, E. F. Partram, I, Fourteenth Virginia Infantry.
November 13, 1890, John T. Pegram, Eppes's Company.
November 2, 1891, Thomas W. Pinchback, B, First Virginia Infantry.
November 23, 1892, William E. Perley, A, Nineteenth Virginia Infantry.
November 12, 1891, Patrick Powers, C, First Virginia Battalion of Infantry.
December 10, 1891, M. B. Portiaux, Assistant-Quartermaster.
June 15, 1892, A. J. Perdue, Fayette Artillery.
November 20, 1892, Joel L. Preston, A, Fifty-eighth Virginia Infantry.
September 19, 1889, William H. Quinn, E, Second Virginia Cavalry.
April 10, 1885, C. Roach, Lee Battery.
April 27, 1886, L. D. Robinson, F, Fifth Virginia Cavalry.
May 11, 1886, William Rowles, Johnson's Battery.
September 21, 1886, John Raines, I, Thirtieth Virginia Infantry.
June 24, 1889, Albert G. Robertson, Heavy Artillery.
May 15, 1891, John L. Reid, surgeon Confederate States Army.
December 19, 1891, Sa