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Georgia, January 2, 1904. Lieutenant-generals of the Confederacy—group no. 2 Wade Hampton fought from Bull Run to Bentonville. With J. E. B. Stuart's Cavalry he stood in the way of Sheridan at Trevilian Station in 1864. Richard Henry Anderson commanded a brigade on the Peninsula; later he commanded a division and, after the Wilderness, Longstreet's Corps. John Brown Gordon. This Intrepid leader of forlorn Hope assaults rose from a civilian captain to the Second highest rankone of the most efficient officers in the Confederate army, and rose to the command of the Third Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, when it was created in May, 1863, being made lieutenant-general at the same time. He was killed April 2, 1865. Anderson's Corps—Army of Northern Virginia Organized late in 1864 to consist of the divisions of Major-Generals R. F. Hoke and Bushrod R. Johnson, and a battalion of artillery under Colonel H. P. Jones. It contained an aggregate strength of about fou