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Thornton A. Washington.

1439. Born Virginia.

Appointed Virginia. 33.

Major in 1861, Assistant Adjutant-General to General Van Dorn; [60] in 1862 Assistant Adjutant-General in Adjutant-General's Department, Richmond, Va.

John W. Frazier.

1440. Born Tennessee.

Appointed Mississippi. 34.

Brigadier-General, May 3, 1863. Commanding Fifth Brigade, Army of East Tennessee. Taken Prisoner September 9, 1863, at Cumberland Gap, where he surrendered to Burnside.

Alfred Cumming.

1441. Born Georgia.

Appointed Georgia. 35.

Brigadier-General, October 29, 1862. Commanding brigade, Stevenson's Division, Army of the West.

Samuel H. Reynolds.

1448. Born Virginia.

Appointed Virginia. 42.

Colonel, October, 1861. Commanding Thirty-first Virginia Infantry, Army of Northwestern Virginia; resigned December, 1861.

James M'Intosh.

1449. Born Florida.

Appointed at Large. 43,

Rank not known. Killed March 7, 1862, at Pea Ridge, Ark. 1850.

Jacob Culberson.

1456. Born Kentucky. Appointed Kentucky. 7.

Captain, Confederate States Army. Commanding battery of Mississippi Artillery, Loring's Division, 1861, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. In 1862 chief artillery (captain Confederate States Army.) First Brigade, First Division, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana.

Achilles Bowen.

1459. Born Kentucky.

Appointed Tennessee. 10.

William T. Magruder.

1460. Born Maryland. Appointed Maryland. 11.

Captain, August, 1862. Assistant Adjutant-General Davis's Brigade, Heth's Division, A. P. Hill's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. Killed July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg.


James P. Flewellen.

1463. Born Georgia.

Appointed Georgia. 14.

(There was a James T. Flewellen, Lieutenant-Colonel Alabama Infantry, Dea's Brigade, Withers's Division, Army of Tennessee.)

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