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Virginia Generals in C. S. Army.

brigadier-general, March 12, 1862; major-general, November II, 1862; died at Peoria, Ill., January 11, 1900.

Commands—* * * Commanding division composed of brigades of Moore, Ross and Cabell; commanding division composed of brigades of Dockery, Moore and Phifer, Army of the West; commanding Army of the West, June 27, 1862; commanding Department of East Tennessee, April 15 to March 12, 1863; commanding District of the Gulf. May, 1863; commanding Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana, November 22,. 1864; commanding at Mobile, March to April, 1865.

John McCausland, colonel. Thirty-sixth Virginia Infantry, July 16, 1861; brigadier-general, May 18, 1864.

Commands—Brigade composed of the Fourteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Twenty-first. Twenty-second Regiments, Virginia Cavalry, and Jackson's Battery of Artillery.

Patrick T. Moore, colonel First Virginia Infantry, ——————,1861; brigadier-general, September 20, 1864.

Commands—Assigned to organization of reserve forces in and around Richmond.

Thomas T. Munford, brigadier-general, assigned to duty as such by Major-General Fitzhugh Lee; colonel, Second Regiment, Virginia Cavalry, April 25, 1862.

Commands—Brigade composed of the First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Regiments of Virginia Cavalry, A. N. V.; Commanding Fitz Lee's Division.

Richard L. Page. * * * brigadier-general, March 1, 1864 (appointed commander Confederate Navy, June 14, 1861, and commanded naval stations, Charlottesville, N. C.; Savannah, Ga., and commanding Fort Morgan and outer defenses of Mobile Bay); died at Hagerstown, Md., August 9, 1901.

Commands—Brigade composed, of Twenty-first Alabama Regiment, Infantry; First Battalion Alabama Artillery; First Battalion, Tennessee Heavy Artillery; four companies, Seventh Regiment, Alabama Cavalry, and a portion of the First Alabama Confederate Regiment.

Elisha Franklin Paxton, major, adjutant-general's department, August 15, 1862, staff of General T. J. Jackson; brigadier--