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Alfred Roman, The military operations of General Beauregard in the war between the states, 1861 to 1865 18 0 Browse Search
Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Chapter XXII: Operations in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Mississippi, North Alabama, and Southwest Virginia. March 4-June 10, 1862., Part II: Correspondence, Orders, and Returns. (ed. Lieut. Col. Robert N. Scott) 11 1 Browse Search
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einbefore assigned to divisions and brigades will be held in reserve; the cavalry under Brigadier-General Hawes, the artillery under an officer to be subsequently announced. VII. All general ordenson will report to Brig. Gen. D. Ruggles, commanding division, with his brigade. X. Brigadier-General Hawes' brigade, except Looney's regiment, as soon as relieved from outpost duty, will proceedroceed, with seven days rations, at 4 a. m. to-morrow morning, to Monterey, and relieve Brigadier-General Hawes' command. Upon being relieved General Hawes will proceed to comply with paragraph X, SGeneral Hawes will proceed to comply with paragraph X, Special Orders, 42, of this series. By command of General Bragg: Giles B. Cooke, Assistant Adjutant-General. Corinth, April 23, 1862. Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn: Information about Hamburg true. eserve Corps. Maj. Gen. John C. Breckinridge commanding. First Brigade.Third Brigade. Brig. Gen. J. M. Hawes commanding.Brig. Gen. B. H. Helm commanding. Battalion, Alabama.9th Arkansas. 31st Ala
el and Provost-Marshal. Special orders, no. 41. Hdqrs. Army of the Mississippi, Corinth, Miss., April 26, 1862. I. The following rearrangement and transfers of general officers and regiments will take place immediately: 1st. Brigadier-General Donelson will report to Major-General Polk with the two regiments of Tennessee volunteers now under his command. 2d. Brigadier-General Trapier will be relieved from duty with the First Corps and will report to General Bragg. 3d. Brigadier-Generals Hawes and Helm will report for duty to Major-General Breckinridge. 4th. Blythe's regiment Mississippi and Marks' Eleventh Louisiana Volunteers are transferred from the First to the Second Army Corps. 5th. Robertson's regiment Alabama Volunteers, instead of being consolidated with the Sixteenth Regiment Alabama Volunteers, is transferred to Major-General Breckinridge's command, with its present organization. 6th. The Seventh Kentucky and Sixth Mississippi Volunteers are transfe
ion. By telegram of the 9th, received on the 11th, he was notified that the following officers were nominated for his command: J. L. Bowen, as major-general; J. M. Hawes, J. E. Slaughter, and S. M. Walker, as brigadiers; Hawes for the cavalry. He was also notified that Ransom was appointed a brigadier, but must be sent to NorthHawes for the cavalry. He was also notified that Ransom was appointed a brigadier, but must be sent to North Carolina, as his presence there was of the first importance; and that Samuel Jones had been promoted to be majorgen-eral, but could not be spared from Mobile. We must here state that Bowen was not confirmed as major-general, and did not report; nor did Hawes, until about a month later, and just before the battle of Shiloh. GeneraHawes, until about a month later, and just before the battle of Shiloh. General Beauregard at once replied that he had called for ten generals, as absolutely indispensable to the efficiency of his forces; that out of the four granted him, two only were present for duty; and that, as the enemy was already engaged with his left at New Madrid, he would not hold himself responsible for the consequences that migh
ier-General Breckinridge, who had succeeded General Crittenden. IV. The brigades of each army corps and of the reserve will be so formed as to consist severally of about two thousand five hundred total infantry, and one light battery of six pieces, if practicable. V. Divisions shall consist of not less than two brigades and one regiment of cavalry. VI. All cavalry and artillery not hereinbefore assigned to divisions and brigades will be held in reserve: the cavalry under Brigadier-General Hawes, the artillery under an officer to be subsequently announced. VII. All general orders touching matters of organization, discipline, and conduct of the troops, published by General G. T. Beauregard to the Army of the Mississippi, will continue in force in the whole army until otherwise directed, and copies thereof will be furnished to the Third Army Corps and the reserve. VIII. Major-General Braxton Bragg, in addition to his duties as commander of the Second Army Corps, is ann
within, and the artillerists waded in mud and water. From Fort Henry to Corinth, p. 80. Lieutenant-Colonel Cook, of the 12th Arkansas, had been placed in command of the Island on the morning of the 7th, by order of General Mackall. Having had news, on the evening of that day, that General Pope's forces had effected a landing on the east bank of the river, and that the Confederate troops had already fallen back, he ordered and effected the evacuation of the work, leaving it in charge of Captain Hawes, of the artillery. Colonel Cook, that night, retreated with his regiment (about four hundred men) along the western shore of Reelfoot Lake, until he reached a ferry landing, near Tiptonville, where General Beauregard had had collected, through the activity and energy of Colonel Pickett, commanding at Union City, quite a number of canoes, skiffs, and other small boats, for such an emergency. With these Colonel Cook succeeded in saving, not only his own command, but several hundred stra
Beauregard: The following officers have been nominated for your command, viz., J. P. McCown, as major-general, and J. M. Hawes, J. E. Slaughter, and L. M. Walker, as brigadiers—Hawes for cavalry. Ransom appointed brigadier-general, and sent to ond, March 12th, 1862. To Genl. G. T. Beauregard: I telegraphed you on the 9th that McCown was made major-general, and Hawes, Slaughter, and Walker, brigadiers. Since then Cheatham has been nominated major-general for your command. S. Cooper. ich they are named: Major-Generals B. F. Cheatham and John P. McCown; Brigadier-Generals W. W. Mackall, Sam. B. Maxey, J. M. Hawes, J. L. Slaughter, L. M. Walker; not yet confirmed, J. B. Villepigue, John S. Bowen, and B. H. Helm. S. Cooper. Ap Beauregard. Corinth, Miss., March 28th, 1862. General S. Cooper, Adj. and Insp. Genl., Richmond, Va.: Where are Generals Hawes and Brown, Colonel R. B. Lee, and Captain Wampler? All greatly wanted. Spare me General Lawton with one brigade fro
ll and Green, Army of the Mississippi. 38Dabney H. MauryVirginiaLt. Gen. PembertonNov. 4, 1862.Nov. 4, 1862. April 22, 1863. Commanding Department of the Gulf; previously in command of the Third division, Army of the West. 39M. L. SmithFloridaLt. Gen. PembertonNov. 4, 1862.Nov. 4, 1862. April 30, 1863. In command of the Second District, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. 40John G. WalkerMissouriLt. Gen. T. H. HolmesNov. 8, 1862.Nov. 8, 1862. April 22, 1863. Division composed of Hawes', McCulloch's and Randall's brigades. 41Arnold ElzeyMarylandMaj. Gen. G. W. SmithDec. 4, 1862.Dec. 4, 1862. April 22, 1863. Commanding brigade, Army of Northern Virginia; also in command of the Department of Richmond, Virginia. 42Frank GardnerLouisianaLt. Gen. PembertonDec. 20, 1862.Dec. 13, 1862. June 10, 1864. In command at Mobile, Alabama, &c., &c. 43Patrick R. CleburneArkansasGen. J. E. JohnstonDec. 20, 1862.Dec. 13, 1862. April 22, 1863. Killed at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee; d<
A Roster of General Officers , Heads of Departments, Senators, Representatives , Military Organizations, &c., &c., in Confederate Service during the War between the States. (ed. Charles C. Jones, Jr. Late Lieut. Colonel of Artillery, C. S. A.), Brigadier-Generals of the Confederate States Army, alphabetically arranged. (search)
al J. A. Wharton in command of his brigade of Texas cavalry; afterwards in command of brigade in Stewart's corps. 190Harrison, ThomasTexasGen. B. BraggJan'y, 1865.Jan'y, 1865.  Brigade composed of the 8th and 11th Texas, the 4th Tennessee, the 3d Arkansas and the 1st Kentucky regiments cavalry, Wharton's command. 191Hatton, R.TennesseeGen. J. E. JohnstonMay 23, 1862.May 23, 1862.  Killed at Edwards' Farm June 1, 1862; commanded 5th brigade, 1st division, 1st corps, Army of Virginia. 192Hawes, J. M.KentuckyGen. BeauregardMarch 14, 1862.March 5, 1862.March 14, 1862. Assigned to the command of the cavalry of General A. S. Johnston's army just prior to the Battle of Shiloh. 193Hawthorn, A. T.ArkansasGen. T. H. HolmesFeb. 23, 1864.Feb. 18, 1864.May 11, 1864. Brigade composed of the 17th, 21st and 23d Tennessee and the 33d Alabama regiments and Austin's Light Battery, constituting the 5th brigade, 3d corps, Army of the Mississippi. 194Hays, Harry T.LouisianaGen. R. E. LeeJuly 25, 1862.J<
Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 9.1, Kentucky (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 7: (search)
d of the Forty-first Alabama, Fourth Kentucky, Ninth Kentucky, Hale's Alabama regiment, Clifton's Alabama battalion and Byrne's battery, but the latter soon disbanding, Hudson's battery took its place. The Second brigade, commanded by Brig.-Gen. William Preston, consisted of the Third, Sixth and Seventh Kentucky regiments, and Cobb's battery. The Third brigade, comprising two Arkansas, one Mississippi and one Missouri regiment, was given to Brig.-Gen. Ben Hardin Helm. But soon after, General Hawes being assigned to the TransMis-sissippi department, General Helm was placed in command of the First brigade. About the first of June the Confederate army fell back to Tupelo, Miss., and from there the Kentucky troops were transferred to General Van Dorn's department, and on the 30th took their place in the trenches at Vicksburg. The operations against his point at that time were by the fleet, without any land force, and were confined to the bombardment of the place by heavy guns. The
. Churchill: First brigade, Col. R. R. Garland—Texas regiments of Colonels Garland, Wilkes and Gillespie; Denson's Louisiana cavalry; Hart's Arkansas battery. Second brigade, Col. James Deshler—Texas regiments of Colonels Mills, Sweet and Darnell; Haldeman's Texas battery. Third brigade, Col. J. W. Dunnington—Nineteenth Arkansas, Col. C. L. Dawson; Twenty-fourth Arkansas, Col. E. E. Portlock; Crawford's Arkansas battalion; Nutt's Louisiana cavalry, and Marine battery. Fourth brigade, Brig.-Gen. J. M. Hawes—Texas regiments of Cols. W. H. Parsons, Burford and Carter; Chrisman's Arkansas battalion. Fifth brigade, Col. M. J. White—Missouri cavalry of Cols. Colton Greene and J. Q. Burbridge. During the operations in the northwest, which have been described, there had been activity of a minor sort in the northeast, including a skirmish at Pitman's Ferry, October 27th; an expedition from Helena to Moro, including skirmishes at Marianna and LaGrange, November 5th, and a dash upon the Po
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