t Adjutant-General of the Light division.
General Branch states in his official report of the battlfs of Generals Gatlin, Holmes, D. H. Hill, and Branch.
After the fall of Newberne he became ordnancserved in that capacity and aid-de-camp on General Branch's staff from Mechanicsville to Sharpsburg. First Lieutenant on the recommendation of General Branch.
On my recommendation he was made Captainhis report of the battles around Richmond, General Branch says: My ordnance officer, Lieutenant Jamebrigade was Captain W. E. Cannady, of whom General Branch, in his report of the battles around Richm
In his report of the battle of Newberne, General Branch says: To Mr. Francis T. Hawks, who tendereughout the battle and subsequent retreat.
General Branch also reports that at Cedar Run he conducteo saw him.
Aids — De — camp.
I think General Branch had only one aid, Lieutenant W. A Blount, ly wounded at Mechanicsville, as stated in General Branch's official report of the battles around Ri