; born in Nashville, Tenn.
, April 10, 1833; was a stanch Union man before the war, and, at one time, edited the Daily Republican banner
, at Nashville
He was also attorney-general of the State
, but resigned, joined the Confederate army, and was for a time in command at Cumberland Gap
He was a brigadier-general; acted with bravery in the battles of Shiloh
, and was killed in the battle of Stone River
, near Murfreesboro, Tenn.
, Dec. 31, 1862.