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Confederate generals no. 7

Georgia (continued)

Philip Cook leader in Gordon's attack on Fort Stedman.

William M. Gardner, commander of the Post of Richmond, Va., in 1865.

John K. Jackson, commanded a Reserve Corps Army of the Mississippi.

Claudius C. Wilson, led a brigade in the Army of Tennessee.

Isaac M. St. John, Commissary General, 1865.

Bryan M. Thomas, led a brigade of Alabamians.

G. Moxley Sorrell, staff officer with Longstreet.

Dudley M. Dubois, led a brigade in Longstreet's Corps.

Marcellus A. Stovall, led a brigade in Hood's Corps.

Lucius J. Gartrell, led a brigade in Georgia Reserves.

Henry C. Wayne, adjutant-general and inspector-general of Georgia.

Alfred Cumming, led a brigade of Georgians in the West.

James P. Simms, led a Georgia brigade in Longstreet's Corps.

William R. Boggs, chief of staff to Gen. E. Kirby Smith.


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