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which capacity he rendered valuable services in the defense of Charleston, and fortified Atlanta. Subsequently he resumed his duties as chief engineer, and so continued until the evacuation of Richmond. After the war he engaged in railroad and other enterprises in Georgia, and from 1867 to 1883 was president and engineer of the Savannah gaslight company. He died December 1, 1883. Brigadier-General Archibald C. Godwin Brigadier-General Archibald C. Godwin, though a native of Norfolk county, Va., was associated throughout the war with the troops of North Carolina. Being engaged in business in the latter State at the beginning of hostilities, he entered the Confederate service there and at first received a staff appointment. Afterward he was commissioned colonel of the Fifty-seventh infantry, with which he served in the vicinity of Richmond, Va., during the Maryland campaign. His first battle was at Fredericksburg, where his regiment formed a part of E. M. Law's brigade, Ho