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eral Baker is held in warm remembrance by Confederates everywhere, particularly in Virginia and North Carolina, where his bravery and devotion are most intimately known. He maintains a membership in Tom Smith camp, United Confederate Veterans, at Suffolk, and keeps alive his comradeship with the survivors of the great struggle. In 1855 he was married to Elizabeth E., daughter of Dr. Alex. Henderson, of North Carolina, and they have three children living: Alexander Baker, sheriff of Nansemond county, Va.; Stuart A. Baker, of Richmond, and Elizabeth E. Baker. Brigadier-General Rufus Barringer Brigadier-General Rufus Barringer was born in Cabarrus county, N. C., December 2, 1821. He was of sturdy German stock, a grandson of John Paul Barringer, who was born in Wurtemburg, June 4, 172, and emigrated to this country, arriving at Philadelphia, in the ship Phoenix, September 30, 1743. John Paul or Paulus Barringer, as he was called, married Catharine, daughter of Caleb Blackwelder