North Carolina. Appointed North Carolina. 5 General, April 12, 1862. Commanding Corps. Army of Mississippi; then commanding Army of the West; then Army of Tennessee; on February 24, 1864, assigned to duty at seat of government, to direct military operations of all the armies of the Confederacy.
Maryland. 8. Brigadier-General, March 6, 1862. Chief of staff, Department of West (General A. S. Johnston); in 1863 commanding Western Division, Department of the Gulf; in 1864 Chief of staff, Army of Tennessee.
Virginia. Appointed Virginia. 13. Colonel, 1861. Commanding Twelfth Alabama Infantry; killed at Seven Pines (Fair Oaks), May 31, 1862.
Virginia. Appointed Virginia. 18. Lieutenant-General, May 31, 1864. Commanding Second Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, May, 1864; then from June, 1864, to March, 1865, commanding Department of the Valley.
Pennsylvania. Appointed Pennsylvania. 19. No trace. （Cullum says he was in Confederate States Army.)
Pennsylvania. Appointed Pennsylvania. 27. Lieutenant-General. October 10, 1862. Commanding Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. Resigned May 18, 1864. On resigning May, 1864, Pemberton went back to his rank (lieutenant-colonel of artillery) in the regular Confederate States army, and was put in charge of heavy artillery around Richmond.
Tennessee. Appointed Tennessee. 32. Major, August 27, 1862. Chief of ordnance, Polk's Corps, Army of Mississippi.
 Maryland. Appointed Maryland. 33 Major-General, December 4, 1862. Commanding First Brigade Ewell's Division, Army of Northern Virginia, desperately wounded; later commanded the Department of Richmond.
Georgia. Appointed Georgia. 46. Major-General, May 27, 1863. Commanded division in Longstreet's Corps, Army of Tennessee, 1863-‘64; killed July 22, 1864, in front of Atlanta, Ga.
Virginia. Appointed Virginia. 48. Brigadier-General, December 21, 1863. Chief of staff, Army of Northern Virginia. Resigned on account of ill-health, April I,