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The Daily Dispatch: December 24, 1864., [Electronic resource], Confederate account of the
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The Daily Dispatch: December 24, 1864., [Electronic resource], Furloughs in the
Confederate generals killed and wounded at Franklin. --Major-General Pat. Cleburne was a native of Ireland. He had resided in Arkansas many years before the war, and was a lawyer by profession. Brigadier-General Strahl was, we believe, a native of Ohio, but was residing in Tennessee at the commencement of the war. Major General Gist was a South Carolinian. Brigadier-General Gordon was a Tennessean by birth, but until the commencement of hostilities had resided some years in Texas. At that time he returned to Tennessee and raised a company. Brigadier-General Granbury was from Texas, but whether a native or not, we do not remember. Major General Quarles was a Virginian by birth, but from boyhood had been a resident of Tennessee. He was a lawyer by profession, and had only recently received his promotion as major-general. He is reported mortally wounded. Major-General John C. Brown is a Tennessean, and a lawyer by profession. He is reported only sl