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A. Fite was made major. At 12:30 o'clock on the morning of May 31st, Whiting's, Hood's and Pettigrew's brigades were placed near the fork of the Nine-mile and New Bridge roads, Hatton's and Hampther's Tennessee brigade on the right, with Davis' brigade on the left, both in line of battle, Pettigrew's and Brockenbrough's in reserve. On the right of the turnpike Archer encountered heavy masseade by Pickett's and Heth's divisions in the front line, Heth's division commanded by Brigadier-General Pettigrew (General Heth having been wounded in the affair of the 1st). The glory and fame of thwounded out of a total of 47 of his company, and that one company of North Carolina troops, of Pettigrew's brigade, 84 strong, lost every officer and man killed or wounded. Captain Moore added, thatess than three minutes all of this reckless squad were killed but two or three. The noble General Pettigrew and one man of the Seventh Tennessee were mortally wounded. The charge by this body of Fe
on always claimed, would have been productive of permanent good to the Confederacy. The Seventh regiment was next ordered to the army under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. On May 21, 1862, Colonel Hatton was commissioned brigadier-general. Ten days later, on the field of Seven Pines, in command of the First, Seventh and Fourteenth Tennessee, afterward Archer's brigade, he met a soldier's death while leading his brigade into the spirited fight by the forces under Gen. G. W. Smith, in which Gen. J. J. Pettigrew was wounded and captured, and Wade Hampton seriously wounded. General Smith said in his report: The personal bearing and conduct of the lamented General Hatton upon the field were gallant, noble and true to his high social and official character. He fell while bravely and skillfully leading his brigade in the extreme front of the battle. Brigadier-General Benjamin J. Hill Brigadier-General Benjamin J. Hill was commissioned colonel of the Thirty-fifth Tennessee upon its organiz