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Brigadier-General Archibald Gracie was the son of Archibald Gracie,Archibald Gracie, a merchant of Mobile for seventeen years prior to the Confederate war. His grandfather was one of t her was Miss Bethune, of Charleston, S. C. General Gracie was born in New York, December 1, 1833.
Proceeding to Virginia with his regiment, Captain Gracie was promoted to major of the Eleventh Alab .
Toward the latter part of August, 1862, Colonel Gracie was put in command of a brigade and led an en Longstreet was ordered into east Tennessee, Gracie's brigade formed part of his force, and suffered severely at Bean's Station, where Gracie also received a painful wound in the arm. As soon as he ccompanied the brigades of Bushrod Johnson and Gracie on their march to reinforce Longstreet near Kn ch he was elected lieutenant-colonel, and Archibald Gracie colonel.
He was with the expedition that of Chickamauga he was colonel of the regiment, Gracie having been made brigadier-general, with the F