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The Daily Dispatch: September 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: The Opening Battles. Volume 1. 1 1 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: The Opening Battles. Volume 1., Organization of the two governments. (search)
retired Sept. 9, 1861) Colonel Stephen H. Long. (This corps was consolidated with the Corps of Engineers, under act of March 3, 1863.) Corps of Engineers Brig.-Gen. Joseph G. Totten (died April 22, 1864) Brig.-Gen. Richard Delafield. Ordnance Department Colonel Henry K. Craig (until April 23, 1861) Brig.-Gen. James W. Ripley (retired Sept. 15, 1863) Brig.-Gen. George D. Ramsay (retired Sept. 12, 1864) Brig.-Gen. Alexander B. Dyer. Bureau of military justice Major John F. Lee (resigned Sept. 4, 1862) Brig.-Gen. Joseph Holt. Bureau of the provost Marshal General (created by act of March 3, 1863) Brig.-Gen. James B. Fry. General officers of the United States army, January 1, 1861 Brevet Lieut.-Gen. Winfield Scott (General-in-chief) Brig.-General John E. Wool Brig.-General David E. Twiggs Brig.-General William S. Harney. (Note.-E. V. Sumner was promoted Brigadier-General March 16, 1861, vice David E. Twiggs, dismissed March 1, 1861.
private Crockett, Co. D, 20th Va. Reg., remained as nurse to Farley, well. private Kersey, Lee's battery, gunshot in leg, convalescing. private Madder, Lee's battery, gunshot in chest, arm Lee's battery, gunshot in chest, arm and hand, convalesc'g. private Taylor, Lee's battery, right thigh amputated and other wounds, dangerous. private Curry, Lee's battery, nurse to comrades, well. private Johnson, Hansbrough's CLee's battery, right thigh amputated and other wounds, dangerous. private Curry, Lee's battery, nurse to comrades, well. private Johnson, Hansbrough's Co., amputation of thigh, convalescing. private Allen, 1st Ga. Reg., gunshot wound in thigh, convalescing. private (name unknown,) 1st Ga. Reg., rubeala, left at Carrick's Ford, probably doing wLee's battery, nurse to comrades, well. private Johnson, Hansbrough's Co., amputation of thigh, convalescing. private Allen, 1st Ga. Reg., gunshot wound in thigh, convalescing. private (name unknown,) 1st Ga. Reg., rubeala, left at Carrick's Ford, probably doing well. private Lacy, Co., I. 23d Va. Reg., gunshot wound in side, left at Carrick's Ford, probably doing well. private Walker, Co. B. 23d Va. Reg., gunshot wound through face, left at Carrick's Fte Richardson, company D, 20th Va. Reg't, gunshot wound and amputation of leg. private Stewart, Lee a battery, gunshot wound. prisoners who died at other Pierces. Private Patterson, Comp
. Lieutenant-Colonel James D. Graham, Engineers. 6. Major Campbell Graham, Engineers. 7. Major Lawrence P. Graham, Second Dragoons. 8. Major George H. Thomas, Second Cavalry. 9. Major N. C. MeRae, Third Infantry. 10. Major T. L. Alexander, Eighth Infantry. 11. Major Albert J. Smith, Paymaster. 12. Major Benj. W. Bryce, Paymaster. 13. Major G. D. Ramsey, Ordnance. 14. Major T. S. S. Laidly, Ordnance. 15. Major F. N. Page, Assistant Adjutant General: 16. Major John F. Lee, Judge Advocate General. 17. Major William Hayes, Second Artillery. 18. Major William H. Gordon, Third Infantry. 19. Major George C. Waggaman, Assistant Quartermaster General. 20. Captain John Newton, Engineers. 21. Capt. J. W. Davidson, First Dragoons. 22. Capt. W. J. Newton, Second Dragoons. 23. Capt. T. G. Williams, First Infantry. 24. Capt. T. A. Washington, First Infantry. 25. Capt. G. Chapin, Seventh Infantry. 26. Capt. L. H. Marshall, Tenth Infantry