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George W. Rains.

1113. Born North Carolina.

Appointed Alabama. 3.

Brigadier-General, 1865. Commanding First Regiment Local Defence Troops, Augusta, Ga. Superintendent Powder-Works, Augusta, Ga.

Gustavus W. Smith.

1118. Born Kentucky.

Appointed Kentucky. 8.

Major-General, September 19, 1861. In 1861 commanded Second Corps, Army of the Potomac; early in 1862 commanded First Division under Joseph E. Johnston, Army of Virginia. When Johnston was severely wounded the command of the Army of Northern Virginia devolved upon Smith for a day. Lee was then ordered to assume chief command, as Smith was stricken down by severe illness; Smith was Acting Secretary of War in 1862 in the interregnum between Randolph and Seddon; he was then assigned Chief Engineer to Beauregard at Charleston, and later put in charge of the Etowah Iron-Works. Held various high commands. Resigned February 17, 1863, from Confederate States Army, but commanded Georgia State militia as major-general, and saw much active service in the Atlanta campaign of 1864 (and to the end), and was repeatedly commended in dispatches of General Joseph E. Johnston.

Mansfield Lovell.

1119. Born District Columbia.

Appointed District Columbia. 9.

Major-General, October 7, 1861. Commanding District No. 1, headquarters, New Orleans; afterward First Division, Army of District of Mississippi. In 1865 commanded district in Department of Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida.

Alexander P. Stewart.*

1122. Born Tennessee.

Appointed Tennessee. 12.

In 1861 appointed Major of the Artillery Corps in the army organized by the State of Tennessee. Transferred with that rank to the Army of the Confederate States. Engaged in battle of Belmont, November 7, 1861; commissioned Brigadier-General, Confederate States Army, November, 1861. In Shiloh campaign and battle of Shiloh, 1862; in campaign into Kentucky and battle of Perryville, and in battle of Murfreesboroa, 1862. Major-General, June 2, 1863. In the Tullahoma campaign in Middle Tennessee, in the Chickamauga-Chattanooga [51] campaign, battles of Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge, 1863. In the Dalton-Atlanta Campaign of 1864; fought the battle of New Hope Church, May 25, 1864.

Lieutenant-General, June, 1864, in command of the Army of the Mississippi, afterwards reorganized and known as Stewart's Corps. In battle of Peach Tree Creek, July 20th, and battle of Mt. Ezra Church, July 28th. In Hood's campaign into Tennessee, and in battles of Franklin and Nashville, November and December, 1864. After Hood's retirement, was in command of the Army of Tennessee to the close of the war. United with General Joseph E. Johnston's Army in North Carolina in February, 1865, and battle of Cole's Farm.

Martin L. Smith.

1126. Born New York.

Appointed New York. 16.

Major-General, November 4, 1863. Commanding division at Vicksburg (1863); after exchange, Chief of Engineers, Department of Gulf. In January, 1865, assigned Chief Engineer, Department of the West.

Daniel H. Hill.

1138. Born South Carolina.

Appointed South Carolina. 28.

Lieutenant-General, July 11, 1863. Commanded as Major-General in 1862, division in Army of Northern Virginia; in 1863 as Lieutenant-General, commanded corps in Army of Tennessee.

Armistead T. M. Rust.

1141. Born Virginia.

Appointed Virginia. 31.

Colonel, 1861. Commanding in 1861, Nineteenth Virginia Infantry, Fifth Brigade, First Corps, Army of Potomac.

Richard H. Anderson.

1150. Born South Carolina.

Appointed South Carolina. 40.

Lieutenant-General, June 1, 1864. Commanded division in Second Corps. Army of Northern Virginia, 1862 and 1863; corps in Army of Northern Virginia in 1864. (Pickett's and R. B. Johnson's Division.)

George W. Lay.

1151. Born Virginia.

Appointed Virginia. 41.

Colonel, 1861. Assistant Adjutant-General on staff of J. E. Johnston, 1861, Lee, 1862, and then made Chief of Bureau of Conscription.


Eugene E. M'lean.*

1157. Born District Columbia.

Appointed Maryland. 47.

Major, 1861. Chief Quartermaster to Jos. E. Johnston, 1861, A. S. Johnston, 1862, Beauregard, 1862.

Lafayette M'Laws.

1158. Born Georgia.

Appointed Georgia. 48.

Major-General, May 23, 1862. Commanded division in Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, and in same Corps when attached to Army of Tennessee.

Earl Van Dorn.

1162. Born Mississippi.

Appointed Mississippi. 52.

Major-General, September 19, 1861. Commanded Army of the West (Corps of Army of Mississippi) in 1862; in 1863 commanding First Cavalry Corps, Army of Tennessee. Assassinated in 1863.

James Longstreet.

1164. Born South Carolina.

Appointed Alabama. 54.

Lieutenant-General, October 9, 1862. Commanded First Corps in Army of Northern Virginia. Also, in 1863, a corps in Army of Tennessee, and from December 5, 1863, to April 12, 1864, commanded the Department of East Tennessee. In April, 1864, he returned with his corps to the Army of Northern Virginia.

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