o New Orleans, where he died, August 30, 1879.
Confederate generals--no. 6
Howell Cobb, leader of Cobb's Georgia Legion.
G. T. Anderson commanded a brigade in Longstreet's Corps.
David E. Twiggs, in command in East Louisiana in 1861.
Pierce M. B. Young, brilliant Cavalry leader.
Goode Bryan led a Georgia brigade in Longstreet's Corps.
Hugh W. Mercer led a Georgia brigade in the Army of Tennessee.
David R. Jones, active leader at Second Manassas and Sharpsburg.
William M. Brown, defender of Savannah, December, 1864.
Clement A. Evans, leader in the Army of Northern Virginia.
Robert Toombs, defender of Lee's Right flank at Antietam.
First Corps—Army of the Mississippi and of Tennessee
Major-General Leonidas Polk
commanded from June, 1861, to March, 1862, the First Division in the Western Department (No. 2), the troops of which were scattered along the Mississippi from Columbus, Kentucky, to Memphis, and in the interior of Tenn