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Francis H. Smith.

711. Born Virginia.

Appointed Virginia. 5.

Breveted Major-General, April 24, 1861. Breveted Major-General of State forces; member of Governor's Advisory Council; Superintendent Virginia Military Institute.

David B. Harris.

713. Born Virginia.

Appointed Virginia. 7.

Brigadier-General, 1864. Chief-engineer (1st) of Army of Northern Virginia, (2d) of Department of Georgia, South Carolina and Florida.

J. Lucius Davis.

722. Born Virginia.

Appointed Virginia. 16.

Colonel, (1st) commanding Forty-sixth Virginia Infantry; (2d) Colonel, commanding Tenth Virginia Cavalry, Army of Northern Virginia.

Abraham C. Myers.

738. Born South Carolina.

Appointed South Carolina. 32.

Colonel, June 24, 1861. First Quartermaster-General, Confederate States Army, Richmond, 1861-‘62.

Daniel Ruggles.

740. Born Massachusetts.

Appointed Massachusetts. 34.

Brigadier-General, April 9, 1861. Commanding Brigade in Army of Potomac, afterwards Brigade in Army of the West.


Benjamin E. Dubose.

745. Born South Carolina.

Appointed South Carolina. 39.

No trace. (Cullum says he was in Confederate States Army.) 1834.

William T. Stockton.

757. Born Pennsylvania.

Appointed Pensylvania. 8.

Lieutenant-Colonel, First Florida Cavalry.

Charles A. Fuller.

759. Born Massachusetts.

Appointed Massachusetts. 10.

Colonel, August 14, 1861. Commanding First Louisiana Regiment of Artillery.

James F. Cooper.

766. Born New York.

Appointed Pennsylvania. 17.

Lieutenant-Colonel, Seventh Georgia Infantry.

Thomas O. Barnwell.

772. Born South Carolina.

Appointed South Carolina. 23.

No trace. (There were several Barnwells in Confederate States Army, but no trace of Thomas O.)

Goode Bryan.

774. Born Georgia.

Appointed Georgia. 25.

Brigadier-General, August 31, 1863. Commanding Brigade Mc-Laws' Division, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.

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