1862; commanding at White Hall
, on Neuse River
, December 16, 1862; assigned to command of S. E. Jones
's Brigade, —— 1863; assigned to command of forces operating between Charleston
; commanding cavalry under General Hardee
; commanding at John's Island
, S .C., June 9, 1864; commanding cavalry forces at Honey Hill
, ——, 1865.
Thomas Lafayette Rosser
, born in Campbell county, Va.
, October 15, 1836; captain Washington Artillery (Louisiana
), July 21, 1861; lieutenant-colonel
of artillery, June 16, 1862; colonel Fifth Virginia Cavalry, June 20, 1862; brigadier-general
and assigned to Ashby
's ‘Laurel’ Brigade, composed of Seventh, Eleventh and Twelfth Regiments and White
's Thirty-fifth Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, and Chew
's Horse Artillery; majorgen-eral, November, 1864; division, ‘The Laurel’ and Pavne
, Virginia Volunteers, April 22, 1861; brigadier-general
, Virginia Volunteers, April 23, 1861, and assigned to Department of Fredericksburg
; brigadiergen-eral, August 9, 1861; died at Fredericksburg, Va.
, June 1, 1897.
—Brigade at Pensacola, Fla.
, composed of Ninth and Tenth Mississippi, First and Seventh Alabama Regiments, Infantry and Littlepage
's Battalion of Georgia Infantry, the Quitman
Battery of Light Artillery, the Vicksburg
Battery of Artillery; in October, 1861, commanding troops and defenses under General Lovell
; February 17, 1862, commanding brigades at Corinth, Miss.
, composed of Sixteenth, Seventeenth Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Louisiana Regiments Infantry, Company A.
's Artillery, and Higgins
's Battery of Artillery: February 20, 1863, assigned to command of all troops near cut of Memphis and Charleston Railroad; commanding division, March 29, 1862, composed of the brigades of Gibson
and Colonel Pond
; assigned to command of Special Department of East Louisiana
, May 18, 1862; assigned to command of Second Division, Breckinridge
's command, July 29, 1862; assigned to command of First District, Department of Mississippi, February 10, 1863, assigned to duty as commissary of prisons, March 25, 1865.
J. E. Slaughter
, captain Corps of artillery, C. S. A., March 16,