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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.1 (search)
We have noted how completely they dominated the control of the State in 1861. We have seen that the representatives of the University of North Carolina in the Confederate Congress was fair, but not extraordinarily large. We now come to the officers in the field. The highest military rank held by a University man was that of Lieutenant-General. This was attained by Leonidas Polk under a commission dated Oct. 10, 1862. Gen. Polk was outranked in length of service only by Longstreet and Kirby-Smith. He had been made Major-General on June 25, 1861; he was the second person to attain this rank, and, of the 99 Major Generals in the service, was, with one exception, the only man to attain this position without passing through the preliminary grade of Brigadier. The University had one other son to attain the rank of Major General, Bryan Grimes, commissioned Feb. 23, 1865. Of Brigadier Generals she had thirteen. George Burgwyn Anderson, commissioned, June 9, 1862. Rufus Ba
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Roll of Company G, forty-ninth Virginia Infantry. (search)
corporal; J. G. Alexander, John Amiss, Porter Berkeley, Samuel Baker, Albert A. Baggerly, Henry Baggerly, R. F. Bywaters, William Bishop, Edward Cary, George M. Cary, James H. Carter, Thomas J. Corbin, John W. Corbin, Judson A. Corbin, James H. Compton,W. D. Coleman, John Cooksey, John Deavers, Joseph E. Deavers, A. J. Dawson, William Estes, William Edes, W. G. Grigsby, J. R. Garland, C. W. Gay, Albert F. Holland, R. F. Huffman, N. G. Hamner, Jamerson Hill, F. C. Hartley, Albert A. Hill, J. H. Kirby, James M. Maddox, Jessee J. Mills, W. H. Miller, L. D. Martin, James F. Martin, John G. Miller, Phillip C. Oden, Henry O'Neill, B. G. Payne, John A. Ricks, Joseph D. Ricks, Richard W. Robinson, Jesse W. Robinson, Andrew Spicer, Russell Settle, Jacob Settle, Haden Stonestreet, James W. Stonestreet, James D. Shackleford, C. C. Snead, W. H. Snead, J. B. Spicer, John W. Smith, Judson Settle, C. H. Settfiel, J. M. Trevillians, J. M. Taylor, N. T. Wash, Whorton, James T. Willett. List of wou