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t stopped the fighting before his troops became engaged.
After the close of the war General Wilcox was offered a command in the Egyptian army, but declined.
In 1886 he was appointed chief of railroad division in a government department at Washington, D. C.
Brigadier-General Marcus Joseph Wright
Brigadier-General Marcus Joseph Wright was born at Purdy, McNairy county, Tenn., June 5, 1831.
His grandfather, John Wright, was a native of Savannah, Ga., and was a captain of the Georgia line render he returned to his home at Memphis, and resumed the practice of law. Since 1878 he has been the agent of the United States war department for the collection of Confederate records for publication by the government, with his office at Washington, D. C. He has been twice married, and has five children living—Marcus J., Jr., of the United States weather bureau; Benjamin, of the United States navy; John Womack, and two daughters.
Brigadier-General Felix K. Zollicoffer