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John Joseph Abercrombie, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 4, 1798 at Baltimore MD
Brother-in-law of US General Francis Engle Patterson
USMA 37th in 1822
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks
Died January 3, 1877 at Roslyn, Long Island NY
Buried Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

Robert Allen, Chief Quartermaster/Brevet Major General
Born March 15, 1811 at West Point, Morrow County OH
USMA bottom third in 1836
Died August 5, 1886 at Geneva, Switzerland while traveling
Buried Chène-Bougeries Cemetery, Geneva

Benjamin Alvord, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 18, 1813 at Rutland VT
USMA 1833
Died October 16, 1884 at Washington DC
Buried Rutland VT

Adelbert Ames, Brevet Major General
Born October 31, 1835 at Rockland ME
Son-in-law of US General Benjamin Franklin Butler
USMA 5th in 1861
Wounded at First Bull Run/Manassas
Medal of Honor for gallantry at Bull Run
Died April 13, 1933 at Ormond FL
Buried Hildreth Cemetery, Lowell MA

Jacob Ammen, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 7, 1806 at Botetourt County VA
USMA 1831
Resigned January 14, 1865
Died February 6, 1894 at Lockland OH
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

Robert Anderson, Brevet Major General
Surrendered Fort Sumter to Confederates
Born June 14, 1805 at 'Soldier's Retreat' near Louisville KY
USMA 15th in 1825
Retired in 1863
Died October 26, 1871 at Nice, France
Buried West Point

Christopher Columbus Andrews, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born October 27, 1829 at Hillsboro NH
Captured near Murfreesboro
Died September 21, 1922 at St. Paul MN
Buried Oakland Cemetery, St. Paul

George Leonard Andrews, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born August 31, 1828 at Bridgewater MA
USMA 1st in 1851
Died April 4, 1899 at Brookline MA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA

Lewis Golding Arnold, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 15, 1817 at Perth Amboy NJ
USMA 10th in 1837
Retired February 8, 1864 due to stroke
Died September 22, 1871 at South Boston MA
Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Newton Lower Falls MA

Richard Arnold, Brevet Major General
Born April 12, 1828 at Providence RI
USMA 1850
Died November 8, 1882 at Governors Island NY
Buried Swan Point Cemetery, Providence RI

Alexander Sandor Asboth, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born December 18, 1811 at Keszthely, Zala, Hungary
Wounded at Pea Ridge/Elkhorn Tavern and Marianna
Died January 21, 1868 at Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buried Chacarita District, Buenos Aires

Christopher Columbus Augur, Brevet Major General
Born July 10, 1821 at Kendall NY
USMA 16th in 1843
Wounded at Cedar Mountain
Died January 16, 1898 at Georgetown DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

William Woods Averell, Brevet Major General
Born November 5, 1832 at Cameron NY
USMA 26th in 1855
Died February 3, 1900 at Bath NY
Buried Bath

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Joseph Bailey, Brevet Major General
Born May 6, 1825 near Pennsville OH
Killed March 21, 1867 near Nevada MO by 2 bushwhackers he had arrested as Sheriff
Buried Evergreen Cemetery, Fort Scott KS

Absalom Baird, Brevet Major General
Born August 20, 1824 at Washington PA
USMA 9th in 1849
Died June 14, 1905 near Relay MD
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Edward Dickinson Baker, Major General Volunteers
Born February 24, 1811 at London, England
Killed October 21, 1861 at Ball's Bluff
Buried The Presidio, San Francisco CA

La Fayette Curry Baker, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 13, 1826 at Stafford NY
Died July 3, 1868 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Mutual Family Cemetery, Philadelphia

Nathaniel Prentiss Banks, Major General Volunteers
Born January 30, 1816 at Waltham MA
Died September 1, 1894 at Waltham MA
Buried Grove Hill Cemetery, Waltham

Francis Channing Barlow, Major General Volunteers
Born October 19, 1834 at Brooklyn NY
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg and Gettysburg
Died January 11, 1896 at New York NY
Buried Brookline MA

John Gross Barnard, Brevet Major General
Born May 19, 1815 at Sheffield MA
USMA 2nd in 1833
Died May 14, 1882 at Detroit MI
Buried Sheffield MA

James Barnes, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born December 28, 1801 at Boston MA
USMA 1829
Wounded at Gettysburg
Died February 12, 1869 at Springfield MA
Buried Springfield Cemetery, Springfield

Joseph K. Barnes, Surgeon General/Brevet Major General
Born July 21, 1817 at Philadelphia PA
Died April 5, 1883 at Washington DC
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Henry Alanson Barnum, Brevet Major General
Born September 24, 1833 at Jamesville, Onondaga County NY
Wounded and captured at Malvern Hill
Wounded at Lookout Mountain and Atlanta
Died January 29, 1892 at New York NY
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse NY

William Farquhar Barry, Brevet Major General
Born August 18, 1818 at New York NY
USMA 17th in 1838
Died July 18, 1879 at Fort McHenry, Baltimore MD
Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo NY

Joseph Jackson Bartlett, Brevet Major General
Born November 21, 1834 at Binghamton NY
Received ceremonial surrender of arms of the Army of Northern Virginia
Died January 14, 1893 at Baltimore MD
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

William Francis Bartlett, Brevet Major General
Born June 6, 1840 at Haverhill MA
Wounded at Yorktown, Port Hudson, and the Wilderness
Captured at the Crater
Died December 17, 1876 at Pittsfield MA
Buried Pittsfield Cemetery, Pittsfield

Henry Baxter, Brevet Major General
Born September 8, 1821 at Sidney Plains, Delaware County NY
Wounded during Peninsular Campaign, at Fredericksburg and the Wilderness
Died December 30, 1873 at Jonesville MI of pneumonia
Buried Jonesville Cemetery, Jonesville

George Dashiell Bayard, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 18, 1835 at Seneca Falls NY
USMA 11th in 1856
Mortally wounded December 13, 1862 at Fredericksburg
Died December 14, 1862
Buried Princeton NJ

George Lafayette Beal, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born May 21, 1825 at Norway ME
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died December 11, 1896 at Norway ME
Buried South Paris ME

John Beatty, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 16, 1828 near Sandusky OH
Resigned January 1864
Died December 21, 1914 at Columbus OH
Buried Oakland Cemetery, Sandusky OH

Samuel Beatty, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born December 16, 1820 at Mifflin County PA
Died May 26, 1885 at Jackson Township, Stark County OH
Buried Massillon City Cemetery, Massillon OH

William Worth Belknap, Brevet Major General
Born September 22, 1829 at Newburgh NY
Wounded at Shiloh/Pittsburg Landing
Died October 13, 1890 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Henry Washington Benham, Brevet Major General
Born April 17, 1813 at Meriden CT
USMA 1837
Died July 1, 1884 at New York NY
Buried Congressional Cemetery, Washington DC

William Plummer Benton, Brevet Major General
Born December 25, 1828 at New Market, Frederick County MD
Died March 14, 1867 at New Orleans LA of yellow fever
Buried Greenwood Cemetery, New Orleans

Hiram Gregory Berry, Major General
Born August 27, 1824 at Rockland ME
Killed May 3, 1863 at Chancellorsville
Buried Achorn Cemetery, Rockland ME

Daniel Davidson Bidwell, Brigadier General
Born August 12, 1819 at Black Rock NY
Killed October 19, 1864 at Cedar Creek
Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo NY

Henry Warner Birge, Brevet Major General
Born August 25, 1825 at Hartford CT
Died June 1, 1888 at New York NY
Buried Yantic Cemetery, Norwich CT

David Bell Birney, Major General
Born May 29, 1825 at Huntsville AL
Brother of US General William Birney
Cousin of CS General Humphrey Marshall
Died October 18, 1864 at Philadelphia PA of malaria
Buried Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia

William Birney, Brevet Major General
Born May 28, 1819 at Madison County AL
Brother of US General David Bell Birney
Cousin of CS General Humphrey Marshall
Died August 14, 1907 at Forest Glen MD
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Francis Preston Blair, Jr., Major General Volunteers
Born February 19, 1821 at Lexington KY
Brother to Montgomery Blair, US Postmaster General
Died July 8, 1875 at St. Louis MO
Buried Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis

Louis/Ludwig Blenker, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 12, 1812 at Worms, Germany
Honorably discharged March 31, 1863
Died October 31, 1863 at Rockland County NY of injuries in fall from horse
Buried Rockland Cemetery, Sparkill NY

James Gillpatrick Blunt, Major General Volunteers
Born July 21, 1826 at Trenton, Hancock County ME
Died July 27, 1881 at Washington DC in insane asylum
Buried Leavenworth KS

Heinrich/Henry Bohlen, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 22, 1810 at Bremen, Germany
Killed August 21, 1862 along Rappahannock near Remington VA
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

James Bowen, Brevet Major General
Born February 25, 1808 at New York NY
Resigned July 27, 1864
Died September 29, 1886 at Dobbs Ferry NY
Buried Presbyterian Cemetery, Dobbs Ferry

Jeremiah Tilford Boyle, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 22, 1818 at Mercer County KY
Resigned January 1864
Died July 28, 1871 at Louisville KY
Buried Danville KY

Luther Prentice Bradley, Brevet Brigadier General
Born December 8, 1822 at New Haven CT
Wounded at Chickamauga
Died March 13, 1910 at Tacoma WA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Edward Stuyvesant Bragg, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 20, 1827 at Unadilla NY
Died June 20, 1912 at Fond du Lac WI
Buried Fond du Lac

John Milton Brannan, Brevet Major General
Born July 1, 1819 at Washington DC
USMA 1841
Died December 16, 1892 at New York NY
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, New York

Mason Brayman, Brevet Major General
Born May 23, 1813 at Buffalo NY
Died February 27, 1895 at Kansas City MO
Buried Ripon WI

Henry Shaw Briggs, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 1, 1824 at Lanesboro MA
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks
Died September 23, 1887 at Pittsfield MA
Buried Pittsfield

James Sanks Brisbin, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born May 23, 1837 at Boalsburg PA
Wounded at First Bull Run/Manassas and Sabine Crossroads
Died January 14, 1892 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Red Wing MN

John Rutter Brooke, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born July 21, 1838 at Montgomery County PA
Wounded at Gettysburg and Cold Harbor
Died September 5, 1926 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

William Thomas Harbaugh Brooks, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 28, 1821 at New Lisbon OH
USMA 46th in 1841
Wounded at Savage's Station and Antietam/Sharpsburg
Resigned July 14, 1864
Died July 19, 1870 near Huntsville AL
Buried Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville (marked with Confederate emblem)

Egbert Benson Brown, Brigadier General
Born October 4, 1816 at Brownsville NY
Wounded at Springfield
Died February 11, 1902 at West Plains MO
Buried Cuba MO

Robert Christie Buchanan, Brevet Major General
Born March 1, 1811 at Baltimore MD
USMA 1830
Died November 29, 1878 at Washington DC
Buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Catharinus Putnam Buckingham, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 14, 1808 at Zanesville OH
USMA 6th in 1829
Resigned commission February 11, 1863
Died August 30, 1888 at Chicago IL
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Zanesville OH

Ralph Pomeroy Buckland, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born January 20, 1812 at Leyden MA or Ravenna OH
Resigned January 6, 1865
Died May 27, 1892 at Fremont OH
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Fremont

Don Carlos Buell, Major General Volunteers
Born March 23, 1818 at Lowell OH
USMA 32nd in 1841
Mustered out of Volunteers May 1864
Died November 19, 1898 near Paradise KY
Buried Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis MO

John Buford, Major General Volunteers
Born March 4, 1826 at Woodford County KY
Half-brother of US General Napoleon Bonaparte Buford
Cousin of CS General Abraham Buford
USMA 16th in 1848
Wounded during withdrawal from Second Bull Run/Manassas
Died December 16, 1863 at Washington DC of typhoid fever
Buried West Point

Napoleon Bonaparte Buford, Brevet Major General
Born January 13, 1807 at Woodford County KY
Half-brother of US General John Buford
Cousin of CS General Abraham Buford
USMA 1827
Died March 28, 1883 at Chicago IL
Buried Rock Island IL

Stephen Gano Burbridge, Brevet Major General
Born August 19, 1831 at Scott County KY
Relieved of command January 1865
Died December 2, 1894 at Brooklyn NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Hiram Burnham, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born circa 1814 at Narraguagus (Cherryfield) ME
Killed September 29, 1864 at Fort Harrison
Buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Narraguagus (Cherryfield) ME

William Wallace Burns, Brevet Brigadier General
Born September 3, 1825 at Coshocton OH
USMA 28th in 1847
Wounded at Savage's Station
Died April 19, 1892 at Beaufort SC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Ambrose Everett Burnside, Major General Volunteers
Born May 23, 1824 at Liberty, Union County IN
USMA 18th in 1847
Resigned commission April 15, 1865
Died September 13, 1881 at Bristol RI
Buried Swan Point Cemetery, Providence RI

Cyrus Bussey, Brevet Major General
Born October 5, 1833 at Hubbard OH
Died March 2, 1915 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Richard Busteed, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Born February 16, 1822 at Cavan, Ireland
Died September 14, 1898 at New York NY
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, New York

Benjamin Franklin 'Beast' Butler, Major General Volunteers
Born November 5, 1818 at Deerfield NH
Father-in-law of US General Adelbert Ames
Died January 11, 1893 at Washington DC
Buried wife's Family Cemetery, Lowell MA

Daniel Butterfield, Brevet Major General
Born October 31, 1831 at Utica NY
Composed 'Taps' in 1862 Harrison's Landing
Wounded at Gaines' Mill and Gettysburg
Medal of Honor for heroism at Gaines' Mill
Died July 17, 1901 at Cold Spring NY
Buried West Point

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George Cadwalader, Major General Volunteers
Born May 16, 1806 at Philadelphia PA
Died February 3, 1879 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Christ Church Cemetery, Philadelphia

John Curtis Caldwell, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born April 17, 1833 at Lowell VT
Wounded at Fredericksburg
Relieved of duty March 25, 1864
Died August 31, 1912 at Calais ME
Buried East Machias ME

Robert Alexander Cameron, Brevet Major General
Born February 22, 1828 at Brooklyn NY
Founded Greeley, Colorado
Died March 10, 1894 on his farm near Canon City CO
Buried on his farm near Canon City

Charles Thomas Campbell, Brigadier General
Born August 10, 1823 at Franklin County PA
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks and Fredericksburg
Died April 15, 1895 at Scotland SD
Buried Yankton SD

William Bowen Campbell, Brigadier General
Born February 1, 1807 at Sumner County TN
Died August 19, 1867 at Lebanon TN
Buried Lebanon

Edward Richard Sprigg Canby, Brevet Major General
Born November 9, 1817 at Piatt's Landing, Boone County KY
Brother-in-law of US General John Parker Hawkins
USMA 2nd from last in 1839
Accepted surrender of last Confederate army under CS General Edmund Kirby Smith
Killed April 11, 1873 at Siskiyou County CA by Moduc Indians while negotiating
Buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis IN

James Henry Carleton, Brevet Major General
Born December 27, 1814 at Lubec ME
Died January 7, 1873 at San Antonio TX of pneumonia
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA

William Passmore Carlin, Brevet Major General
Born November 24, 1829 at Richwoods IL
USMA 20th in 1850
Died October 4, 1903 near Whitehall MT on Northern Pacific train
Buried Carrollton IL

Eugene Asa Carr, Brigadier General
Born March 20, 1830 at Concord, Erie County NY
USMA 19th in 1850
Wounded 3 times at Pea Ridge/Elkhorn Tavern
Medal of Honor for gallantry at Pea Ridge
Died December 2, 1910 at Washington DC
Buried West Point

John Bradford Carr, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born August 16, 1828 at Albany NY
Died February 24, 1895 at Troy NY
Buried Troy

Henry Beebee Carrington, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 2, 1824 at Wallingford CT
Died October 26, 1912 at Boston MA
Buried Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park MA

Samuel Sprigg Carroll, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 21, 1832 at Tacoma Park MD
Brother-in-law of US General Charles Griffin
USMA 44th in 1856
Wounded on the Rapidan, at the Wilderness, and at Spotsylvania
Died January 28, 1893 at Montgomery County MD
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Samuel Powhatan Carter, Commander, USN; Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born August 6, 1819 at Elizabethton TN
USNA 1846
Died May 26, 1891 at Washington DC
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Silas Casey, Major General Volunteers
Born July 12, 1807 at East Greenwich RI
Father-in-law of US General Lewis Cass Hunt
USMA 39th in 1826
Died January 22, 1882 at Brooklyn NY
Buried Casey family farm North Kingstown RI

Robert Francis Catterson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 22, 1835 near Beech Grove, Marion County IN
Died March 30, 1914 at Veterans' Hospital in San Antonio TX after stroke
Buried San Antonio National Cemetery

Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, Brevet Major General
Born September 8, 1828 at Brewer ME
Wounded 6 times including Gettysburg and Petersburg
Accepted formal surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia
Medal of Honor for valor at Gettysburg
Died February 24, 1914 at Portland ME
Buried Pine Grove Cemetery, Brunswick ME

Alexander Chambers, Brevet Brigadier General
Born August 23, 1832 at Great Valley, Cattaraugus County NY
USMA 43rd in 1853
Wounded at Shiloh/Pittsburg Landing and Iuka
Died January 2, 1888 at San Antonio TX
Buried Owatonna MN

Stephen Gardner Champlin, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 1, 1827 at Kingston NY
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks
Died January 24, 1864 at Grand Rapids MI from wounds
Buried Fulton Street Cemetery, Grand Rapids

Edward Payson Chapin, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 16, 1831 at Waterloo, Seneca County NY
Killed May 27, 1863 at Port Hudson
Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Waterloo NY

George Henry Chapman, Brevet Major General
Born November 22, 1832 at Holland MA
Died June 16, 1882 near Indianapolis IN
Buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis

Augustus Louis Chetlain, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born December 26, 1824 at St. Louis MO
Died March 15, 1914 at Chicago IL
Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Galena IL

Morgan Henry Chrysler, Brevet Major General
Born September 30, 1822 at Ghent, Columbia County NY
Died August 24, 1890 at Kinderhook NY
Buried Valatie NY

William Thomas Clark, Brevet Major General
Born June 29, 1831 at Norwalk CT
Died October 12, 1905 at New York NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Cassius Marcellus Clay, Major General Volunteers
Born October 19, 1810 at 'White Hall', Madison County KY
Resigned March 11, 1863
Died July 22, 1903 at 'White Hall', Madison County KY
Buried Richmond Cemetery, Madison County

Powell Clayton, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 7, 1833 at Delaware County PA
Died August 25, 1914 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Gustave Paul Cluseret, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 13, 1823 at Suresnes, France
Resigned March 2, 1863
Died August 22, 1900 near Hyères, Department of the Var, France
Buried Old Cemetery of the Commune Suresnes, France

John Cochrane, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 27, 1813 at Palatine NY
Resigned February 1863 due to health
Died February 7, 1898 at New York NY
Buried Rural Cemetery, Albany NY

Patrick Edward Connor, Brevet Major General
Born March 17, 1820 at County Kerry, Ireland
Died December 17, 1891 at Salt Lake City UT
Buried Fort Douglas Cemetery near Salt Lake City

Selden Connor, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 25, 1839 at Fairfield ME
Wounded at Fredericksburg and the Wilderness
Died July 9, 1917 at Augusta ME
Buried Forest Grove Cemetery, Augusta

John Cook, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born June 12, 1825 at Belleville IL
Died October 13, 1910 near Ransom MI
Buried Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield IL

Philip St. George Cooke, Brevet Major General
Born June 13, 1809 at Leesburg VA
Father of CS General John Rogers Cooke
Father-in-law of CS General James Ewell Brown Stuart
USMA 23rd in 1827
Died March 20, 1895 at Detroit MI
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit

James Cooper, Brigadier General Volunteers
Commandant at Camp Chase
Born May 8, 1810 at Frederick County MD
Died March 28, 1863 at Camp Chase near Columbus OH
Buried Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick MD

Joseph Alexander Cooper, Brevet Major General
Born November 25, 1823 near Cumberland Falls, Whitley County KY
Died May 20, 1910 at Stafford County KS
Buried National Cemetery, Knoxville TN

Joseph Tarr Copeland, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 6, 1813 at Newcastle ME
Died May 6, 1893 at Orange Park FL
Buried Magnolia Cemetery, Orange Park

Michael Corcoran, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 21, 1827 at Carrowkeel, County Donegal, Ireland
Wounded and captured at First Bull Run/Manassas
Killed December 22, 1863 - crushed by his horse after fall near Fairfax Court House VA
Buried Calvary Cemetery, Long Island City NY

John Murray Corse, Brevet Major General
Born April 27, 1835 at Pittsburgh PA
Wounded at Missionary Ridge and Allatoona Pass
Died April 27, 1893 at Winchester MA
Buried Aspen Grove Cemetery, Burlington IA

Darius Nash Couch, Major General
Born July 23, 1822 at Putnam County NY
USMA 13th in 1846
Died February 12, 1897 at Norwalk CT
Buried Taunton MA

Robert Cowdin, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 18, 1805 at Jamaica VT
Relieved from duty March 30, 1863
Died July 9, 1874 at Boston MA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA

Jacob Dolson Cox, Major General Volunteers
Born October 27, 1828 at Montreal, Canada
Died August 4, 1900 near Gloucester MA while on vacation
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

James Craig, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 28, 1817 at Washington County PA
Resigned commission May 1863
Died October 21, 1888 at St. Joseph MO
Buried Mount Mora Cemetery, St. Joseph

Samuel Wylie Crawford, Brevet Major General
Born November 8, 1829 at Franklin County PA
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died November 3, 1892 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia

Thomas Leonidas Crittenden, Major General Volunteers
Born May 15, 1819 at Russellville KY
Son of US Sen. John Jordan Crittenden
Brother of CS General George Bibb Crittenden
Cousin of US General Thomas Turpin Crittenden
Resigned commission December 1864
Died October 23, 1893 at Staten Island NY
Buried Frankfort KY

Thomas Turpin Crittenden, Brigadier General
Born October 16, 1825 at Huntsville, Alabama
Cousin of CS General George Bibb Crittenden
Cousin of US General Thomas Leonidas Crittenden
Captured at Murfreesboro TN
Resigned May 5, 1863
Died September 5, 1905 at East Gloucester MA while on vacation
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Marcellus Monroe Crocker, Brigadier General
Born February 6, 1830 at Franklin IN
Sent to New Mexico December 1864; was thought it would help his tuberculosis
Died August 26, 1865 at Washington DC
Buried Woodland Cemetery, Des Moines IA

George Crook, Brevet Major General
Born September 8, 1828 near Dayton OH
USMA 38th in 1852
Wounded at Lewisburg VA
Died March 21, 1890 at Chicago IL
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John Thomas Croxton, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 20, 1836 at Bourbon County KY
Wounded at Nashville
Died April 16, 1874 at Bolivia
Buried Paris KY

Charles D. Cruft, Brevet Major General
Born January 12, 1826 at Terre Haute IN
Wounded at Shiloh/Pittsburg Landing
Died March 23, 1883 at Terre Haute IN
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Terre Haute

George Washington Cullum, Brevet Major General
Born February 25, 1809 at New York NY
Brother-in-law to US General Schuyler Hamilton (married US General Henry Wager Halleck's widow)
USMA 3rd in 1833
Died February 28, 1892 at New York NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Newton Martin Curtis, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born May 21, 1835 at De Peyster NY
Wounded on the Peninsula
Medal of Honor for being first Union soldier inside Fort Fisher
Died January 8, 1910 at New York NY
Buried Ogdensburg NY

Samuel Ryan Curtis, Major General
Born February 3, 1805 at Clinton County NY
USMA 1831
Died December 26, 1866 at Council Bluffs IA
Buried Oakland Cemetery, Keokuk IA

George Armstrong Custer, Major General Volunteers
Born December 5, 1839 at New Rumley, Harrison County OH
USMA last in 1861
Killed June 25, 1876 at Little Big Horn MT
Buried West Point

Lysander Cutler, Brevet Major General
Born February 16, 1804 at Worcester County MA
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas
Died July 30, 1866 at Milwaukee WI
Buried Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee

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Napoleon Jackson Tecumsah Dana, Major General
Born April 15, 1822 at Fort Sullivan, Eastport ME
USMA 1842
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died July 15, 1905 at Portsmouth NH
Buried Portsmouth

John Wynn Davidson, Brevet Major General
Born August 18, 1824 at Fairfax County VA
USMA 1845
Died June 26, 1881 at St. Paul MN as result of fall with his horse
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Henry Eugene Davies, Major General
Born July 2, 1836 at New York NY
Nephew of US General Thomas Alfred Davies
Wounded at Hatcher's Run
Died September 7, 1894 at Middleboro MA
Buried St. Luke's Church, Beacon NY

Thomas Alfred Davies, Brevet Major General
Born December 3, 1809 at St. Lawrence County NY
Uncle of US General Henry Eugene Davies
USMA 25th in 1829
Died August 19, 1899 near Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence County NY
Buried Family Cemetery, Oswegatchie NY

Edmund Jackson Davis, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 2, 1827 at St. Augustine FL
Died February 7, 1883 at Austin TX
Buried State Cemetery, Austin

Jefferson Columbus Davis, Brevet Major General
Born March 2, 1828 at Clark County IN
Shot and killed US General William Nelson for "affair of honor"
Died November 30, 1879 at Chicago IL
Buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis IN

George Washington Deitzler, Brigadier General
Born November 30, 1826 at Pine Grove PA
Wounded at Wilson's Creek
Resigned August 27, 1863
Killed April 11, 1884 at Tucson AZ in buggy accident
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence KS

Richard Delafield, Brevet Major General
Born September 1, 1798 at New York NY
USMA 1st in 1818
Died November 5, 1873 at Washington DC
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Elias Smith Dennis, Brevet Major General
Born December 4, 1812 at Newburgh NY
Died December 17, 1894 at Carlyle IL
Buried City Cemetery, Carlyle IL

Frederick Tracy Dent, Brevet Brigadier General
Born December 17, 1820 near St. Louis MO
Brother-in-law of US General Ulysses S. Grant
USMA 33rd in 1843
Died December 23, 1892 at Denver CO
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

James William Denver, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 23, 1817 near Winchester VA
Denver CO named in his honor
Resigned commission March 5, 1863
Died August 9, 1892 at Washington DC
Buried Wilmington OH

Gustavus Adolphus De Russy, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born November 3, 1818 at Brooklyn NY
Died May 29, 1891 at Detroit MI
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit

Philippe Régis Dénis de Keredern de Trobriand, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born June 4, 1816 near Tours, France
Died July 15, 1897 at Bayport NY
Buried St. Anne's Cemetery, Sayville NY

Charles Devens, Jr., Brevet Major General
Born April 4, 1820 at Charlestown MA
Wounded at Ball's Bluff, Seven Pines/Fair Oaks, and Chancellorsville
Died January 7, 1891 at Boston MA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA

Thomas Casimer Devin, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born December 10, 1822 at New York NY
Wounded at Crooked Run
Died April 4, 1878 at New York NY
Buried Calvary Cemetery, Long Island City NY

Joel Allen Dewey, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 20, 1840 at Georgia VT
Died June 17, 1873 at Knoxville TX of heart disease
Buried Dandridge TN

John Adams Dix, Major General Volunteers
Born July 24, 1798 at Boscawen NH
Died April 21, 1879 at New York NY
Buried Trinity Cemetery, New York

Charles Cleveland Dodge, Brigadier General
Born September 16, 1841 at Plainfield NJ
Resigned commission June 12, 1863
Died November 4, 1910 at New York NY
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, New York

Grenville Mellen Dodge, Major General
Born April 12, 1831 at Danvers MA
Wounded at Pea Ridge/Elkhorn Tavern and near Atlanta
Died January 3, 1916 at Council Bluffs IA
Buried Council Bluffs

Charles Camp Doolittle, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born March 16, 1832 at Burlington VT
Died February 20, 1903 at Toledo OH
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo

Abner Doubleday, Brevet Major General
Born June 26, 1819 at Ballston Spa NY
USMA 24th in 1842
Died January 26, 1893 at Mendham NJ
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Neil Dow, Brigadier General
Born March 20, 1804 at Portland ME
Wounded at Port Hudson and captured while recuperating
Resigned November 1864 due to health
Died October 2, 1897 at Portland ME
Buried Evergreen Cemetery, Portland

Alfred Napoleon Alexander 'Nattie' Duffié, Brigadier General
Born May 1, 1835 at Paris, France
Captured at Bunker Hill VA
Died November 8, 1880 at Cádiz, Spain of tuberculosis
Buried Fountain Cemetery, West New Brighton, Staten Island NY

Ebenezer Dumont, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 23, 1814 at Vevay, Switzerland County IN
Resigned commission February 28, 1863
Died April 16. 1871 at Indianapolis IN
Buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis

Abram Duryée, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Duryée's Zouaves
Born April 29, 1815 at New York NY
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas, South Mountain, and Antietam/Sharpsburg
Resigned January 5, 1863
Died September 27, 1890 at New York NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Isaac Hardin Duval, Brevet Major General
Born September 1, 1824 at Wellsburg VA
Wounded 3 times
Died July 10, 1902 at Wellsburg WV
Buried Wellsburg

William Dwight, Brigadier General
Born July 14, 1831 at Springfield MA
Wounded and captured at Williamsburg
Died April 21, 1888 at Boston MA
Buried Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston

Alexander Brydie Dyer, Brevet Major General
Born January 10, 1815 at Richmond VA
USMA 6th in 1837
Died May 20, 1874 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

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Amos Beebe Eaton, Brevet Major General
Born May 12, 1806 at Catskill NY
USMA 36th in 1826
Died February 21, 1877 at New Haven CT of heart disease
Buried Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven

John Edwards, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 24, 1815 at Louisville KY
Died April 8, 1894 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Oliver Edwards, Brevet Major General
Born January 30, 1835 at Springfield MA
Accepted surrender of Petersburg VA
Died April 28, 1904 at Warsaw IL
Buried Oakland Cemetery, Warsaw

Thomas Wilberforce Egan, Brevet Major General
Born June 14, 1834 at Watervliet NY
Wounded 2 times including Petersburg Campaign
Died February 24, 1887 at New York NY (charity hospital)
Buried Cypress Hills National Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Alfred Washington Ellet, Brigadier General
Born October 11, 1820 at Penn's Manor PA
Led Mississippi Marine Brigade
Resigned December 31, 1864
Died January 9, 1895 at El Dorado KS
Buried El Dorado

Washington Lafayette Elliott, Brevet Major General
Born March 31, 1825 at Carlisle PA
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas
Died June 29, 1888 at San Francisco CA
Buried The Presidio, San Francisco

William Hemsley Emory, Major General Volunteers
Born September 7, 1811 at Queen Anne's County MD
USMA 14th in 1831
Died December 1, 1887 at Washington DC
Buried Congressional Cemetery, Washington

George Peabody Estey/Este, Brigadier General
Born April 24, 1829 at Nashua NH
Wounded at Jonesboro
Died February 6, 1881 at New York NY
Buried Nashua Cemetery Nashua NH

Henry Lawrence Eustis, Brigadier General
Born February 1, 1819 at Fort Independence, Boston MA
USMA 1st in 1842
Resigned June 27, 1864
Died January 11, 1885 at Cambridge MA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge

Charles Ewing, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 6, 1835 at Lancaster OH
Brother of US General Hugh Boyle Ewing
Brother of US General Thomas Ewing, Jr.
Brother-in-law of US General William Tecumsah Sherman
Died June 20, 1883 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Hugh Boyle Ewing, Brevet Major General
Born October 31, 1826 at Lancaster OH
Brother of US General Charles Ewing
Brother of US General Thomas Ewing, Jr.
Brother-in-law of US General William Tecumsah Sherman
Died June 30, 1905 near Lancaster OH
Buried Lancaster

Thomas Ewing, Jr., Brevet Major General
Born August 7, 1829 at Lancaster OH
Brother of US General Charles Ewing
Brother of US General Hugh Boyle Ewing
Brother-in-law of US General William Tecumsah Sherman
Died January 21, 1896 at New York NY
Buried Oakland Cemetery, Yonkers NY

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Lucius Fairchild, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 27, 1831 at Portage County OH
Wounded and captured at Gettysburg
Resigned November 1863
Died May 23, 1896 at Madison WI
Buried Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison

Elon John Farnsworth, Brigadier General
Born July 30, 1837 at Green Oak, Livingston County MI
Nephew of US General John Franklin Farnsworth
Killed July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg
Buried Rockton Cemetery, Rockton IL

John Franklin Farnsworth, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 27, 1820 at Eaton, Compton County, Quebec, Canada
Uncle of US General Elan John Farnsworth
Resigned March 4, 1863
Died July 14, 1897 at Washington DC
Buried St. Charles IL

Edward Ferrero, Brevet Major General
Born January 18, 1831 at Granada, Spain
Died December 11, 1899 at New York NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Orris Sanford Ferry, Brevet Major General
Born August 15, 1823 at Bethel CT
Died November 21, 1875 at Norwalk CT of progressive spinal disease
Buried Norwalk Cemetery, Norwalk

Francis Fessenden, Major General Volunteers
Born March 18, 1839 at Portland ME
Son of William Pitt Fessenden, Secretary of the Treasury
Brother of US General James Deering Fessenden
Wounded at Shiloh/Pittsburg Landing and Monett's Ferry
Died January 2, 1906 at Portland ME
Buried Portland

James Deering Fessenden, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born September 28, 1833 at Westbrook ME
Son of William Pitt Fessenden, Secretary of the Treasury
Brother of US General Francis Fessenden
Died November 18, 1882 at Portland ME
Buried Portland

Clinton Bowen Fisk, Brevet Major General
Born December 8, 1828 at York, Livingston County NY
Founded Fisk University
Died July 9, 1890 at New York NY
Buried Coldwater MI

Manning Ferguson Force, Brevet Major General
Born December 17, 1824 at Washington DC
Wounded at Atlanta
Medal of Honor for bravery at Atlanta
Died May 8, 1899 at Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, Sandusky OH
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

James William Forsyth, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 8, 1835 at Maumee OH
USMA 28th in 1856
Commanded US troops December 29, 1890 at Wounded Knee, Pine Ridge Agency SD
Died October 24, 1906 at Columbus OH
Buried Greenlawn Cemetery, Columbus

John Gray Foster, Brevet Major General
Born May 27, 1823 at Whitefield NH
USMA 4th in 1846
Died September 2, 1874 at Nashua NH
Buried Nashua Cemetery, Nashua

Robert Sanford Foster, Brevet Major General
Born January 27, 1834 at Vernon IN
Member of military commission trying Lincoln conspirators
Died March 3, 1903 at Indianapolis IN
Buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis

William Buel Franklin, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 27, 1823 at York PA
USMA 1st in 1843
Wounded during Red River Campaign
Died March 8, 1903 at Hartford CT
Buried York PA

John Charles Frémont, Major General
Born January 21, 1813 at Savannah GA
Resigned June 4, 1864
Died July 13, 1890 at New York NY
Buried Rockland Cemetery, Piermont-on-the-Hudson NY

William Henry French, Major General Volunteers
Born January 13, 1815 at Baltimore MD
USMA 22nd in 1837
Mustered out May 6, 1864
Died May 20, 1881 at Washington DC
Buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Georgetown DC

James Barnet Fry, Brevet Major General/Provost Marshal General
Born February 22, 1827 at Carrollton IL
USMA 1847
Died July 11, 1894 at Newport RI
Buried St. James the Less Churchyard, Philadelphia PA

Speed Smith Fry, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 9, 1817 at Boyle County KY
Died August 1, 1892 near Louisville KY
Buried Danville KY

John Wallace Fuller, Brevet Major General
Born July 28, 1827 at Harston, Cambridgeshire, England
Died March 12, 1891 at Toledo OH
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo

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William Gamble, Brevet Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 1, 1818 at Duross, County Tyrone, Ireland
Wounded at Malvern Hill
Died December 20, 1866 at Virgin Bay, Nicaragua
Buried Virgin Grove Cemetery, Virgin Bay

James Abram Garfield, Major General
Born November 19, 1831 at Cuyahoga County OH
20th President of the USA
Mortally wounded July 2, 1881 Washington DC by Charles J. Guiteau
Died September 6, 1881 at Elberon NJ
Buried Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland OH

Kenner Garrard, Brevet Major General
Born September 30, 1827 at 'Fairfield', Bourbon County KY
Cousin of US General Theophilus Toulmin Garrard
USMA 8th in 1851
Died May 15, 1879 at Cincinnati OH
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati

Theophilus Toulmin Garrard, Brigadier General
Born June 7, 1812 at Goose Creek (Union)
Salt Works near Manchester KY
Cousin of US General Kenner Garrard
Mustered out April 4, 1864
Died March 15, 1902 at Goose Creek (Union) Salt Works near Manchester KY
Buried Garrard KY

John White Geary, Brevet Major General
Born December 30, 1819 at Mount Pleasant PA
Wounded at Bolivar Heights and Cedar Mountain
Gov. of PA 1867-1873
Died February 8, 1873 at Harrisburg PA
Buried Mount Kalma Cemetery, Harrisburg

George Washington Getty, Brevet Major General
Born October 2, 1819 at Georgetown DC
USMA 15th in 1840
Wounded at the Wilderness
Died October 1, 1901 at 'Forest Glen' MD
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John Gibbon, Brevet Major General
Born April 20, 1827 at Philadelphia PA
Had 3 brothers in Confederate Army
USMA 20th in 1847
Wounded Fredericksburg and Gettysburg
Died February 6, 1896 at Baltimore MD
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Alfred Gibbs, Brevet Major General
Born April 22, 1823 at 'Sunswick', Long Island NY
USMA 42nd in 1846
Died December 26, 1868 at Fort Leavenworth KS of congestion of brain
Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Portsmouth RI

Charles Champion Gilbert, Brigadier General (expired)
Born March 1, 1822 at Zanesville OH
USMA 21st in 1846
Wounded at Wilson's Creek
Died January 17, 1903 at Baltimore MD
Buried Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville KY

James Isham Gilbert, Brevet Major General
Born July 16, 1823 at Louisville KY
Died February 9, 1884 at Topeka KS of heart attack
Buried Aspen Grove Cemetery, Burlington IA

Alvin Cullem Gillem, Brevet Major General
Born July 29, 1830 at Gainesboro TN
USMA 11th in 1851
Died December 2, 1875 at 'Soldier's Rest' near Nashville TN
Buried Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville

Quincy Adams Gillmore, Brevet Major General
Born February 28, 1825 at Lorain County OH
USMA 1st in 1849
Died April 7, 1888 at Brooklyn NY
Buried West Point

George Henry Gordon, Brevet Major General
Born: July 19, 1823 at Charlestown MA
USMA 43rd in 1846
Died August 30, 1886 at Framingham MA
Buried Framingham Centre

Willis Arnold Gorman, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 12, 1816 near Flemingsburg KY
Mustered out May 4, 1864
Died May 20, 1876 at St. Paul MN
Buried Oakland Cemetery, t. Paul

Charles Kinnaird Graham, Brevet Major General
Born June 3, 1824 at New York NY
Died April 15, 1889 at Lakewood NJ
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, New York NY

Lawrence Pike Graham, Brevet Brigadier General
Born January 8, 1815 at 'The Wigwam', Amelia County VA
Died September 12, 1905 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Gordon Granger, Brevet Major General
Born November 6, 1822 at Joy, Wayne County NY
USMA 35th in 1845
Died January 10, 1876 at Sante Fe NM Territory
Buried Lexington KY

Robert Seaman Granger, Brevet Major General
Born May 24, 1816 at Zanesville OH
Captured in Texas
Died April 25, 1894 at Washington DC
Buried Zanesville OH

Lewis Addison Grant, Brevet Major General
Born January 17, 1828 at Winhall, Bennington County VT
Wounded at Fredericksburg and during final week of the war Medal of Honor for leading troops capturing 3 flags at Chancellorsville-Salem Heights
Died March 20, 1918 at Minneapolis MN
Buried Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis

Ulysses Simpson (Hiram Ulysses) 'Sam' Grant, General-in-Chief
Born April 27, 1822 at Point Pleasant OH
USMA 21st in 1843
18th President of USA
Died July 23, 1885 Mount McGregor NY of throat cancer
Buried Mausoleum - 'Grant's Tomb', Riverside Drive at New York NY

George Sears Greene, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 6, 1801 at Apponaug RI
USMA 2nd in 1823
Wounded at Wauhatchie
Died January 28, 1899 at Morristown NJ
Buried Warwick RI

David McMurtrie Gregg, Major General
Born April 10, 1833 at Huntingdon PA
Cousin to PA Gov. Andrew Gregg Curtin
USMA 8th in 1855
Resigned February 3, 1865
Died August 7, 1916 at Reading PA
Buried Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading

Walter Quintin Gresham, Brevet Major General
Born October 17, 1832 near Lanesville, Harrison County IN
Wounded at Peachtree Creek GA
Died May 28, 1895 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Benjamin Henry Grierson, Major General Volunteers
Born July 8, 1826 at Pittsburgh PA
Died September 1, 1911 at Omena MI
Buried Jacksonville Cemetery, Jacksonville IL

Charles Griffin, Major General Volunteers
Born December 18, 1825 at Granville OH
USMA 23rd in 1847
Died September 15, 1867 at Galveston TX of yellow fever
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Simon Goodell Griffin, Brevet Major General
Born August 9, 1824 at Nelson, NH
Died January 14, 1892 at Keene NH
Buried Keene

William Grose, Brigadier General
Born December 16, 1812 near Dayton OH
Died July 30, 1900 at New Castle IN
Buried South Mound Cemetery, New Castle

Cuvier Grover, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born July 29, 1828 at Bethel ME
USMA 4th in 1850
Wounded at Cedar Creek
Died June 6, 1885 at Atlantic City NJ
Buried West Point

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Pleasant Adam Hackleman, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 15, 1814 at Franklin County IN
Mortally wounded October 3, 1862 at Corinth
Died October 3, 1862 at Tishomingo Hotel in Corinth
Buried Rushville IN

Henry Wager Halleck, Chief-of-Staff
Born January 16, 1815 at Westernville NY
USMA 3rd in 1839
Died January 9, 1872 at Louisville KY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Joseph Eldridge Hamblin, Brevet Major General
Born January 13, 1828 at Yarmouth MA
Wounded at Cedar Creek
Died July 3, 1870 at New York NY
Buried Yarmouth MA

Andrew Jackson Hamilton, Brigadier General
Born January 28, 1815 at Huntsville AL
Died April 11, 1875 Austin TX
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Austin

Charles Smith Hamilton, Major General
Born November 16, 1822 at Westernville NY
USMA 26th in 1843
Resigned April 13, 1863
Died April 17, 1891 at Milwaukee WI
Buried Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee

Schuyler Hamilton, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 25, 1822 at New York NY
Grandson of Alexander Hamilton
Brother-in-law of US General Henry Wager Halleck
Resigned February 27, 1863 due to malaria
Died March 8, 1903 at New York NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Cyrus Hamlin, Brevet Major General
Born April 26, 1839 at Hampden ME
Son of US VP Hannibal Hamlin
Died August 28, 1867 at New Orleans of yellow fever
Buried Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor ME

William Alexander Hammond, Surgeon General/Brigadier General
Born August 28, 1828 at Annapolis MD
Died January 5, 1900 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Winfield Scott Hancock, Major General
Born February 14, 1824 at Montgomery Square PA
USMA 18th in 1844
Wounded at Gettysburg
Died February 9, 1886 at Governors Island NY
Buried Montgomery Cemetery, Norristown PA

James Allen Hardie, Brevet Major General
Born May 5, 1823 at New York NY
USMA 11th in 1843
Died December 14, 1876
Buried Mount Olivet Cemetery

Martin Davis Hardin, Brevet Brigadier General
Born June 26, 1837 at Jacksonville IL
USMA 11th in 1859
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas, near Catlett's Station, and along North Anna River
Died December 12, 1923 at St. Augustine FL
Buried National Cemetery, St. Augustine

Abner Clark Harding, Brigadier General
Born February 10, 1807 at East Hampton CT
Resigned June 1863
Died July 19, 1874 at Monmouth IL
Buried Monmouth

Charles Garrison Harker, Brigadier General
Born December 2, 1835 atSwedesboro NJ
USMA 16th in 1858
Killed June 27, 1864 at Kennesaw Mountain
Buried New Episcopal Cemetery, Swedesboro NJ

Edward Harland, Brigadier General
Born June 24, 1832 at Norwich CT
Died March 9, 1915 at Norwich CT
Buried Yantic Cemetery, Norwich

William Selby Harney, Brevet Major General
Born August 27, 1800 at Haysboro TN
Retired in 1863
Died May 9, 1889 at Orlando FL
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Thomas Maley Harris, Brevet Major General
Born June 17, 1817 at Wood County VA
Served on commission trying Lincoln conspirators
Died September 30, 1906 at Harrisville WV
Buried Town Cemetery, Harrisville

William Harrow, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 14, 1822 at Winchester KY
Killed September 27, 1872 at New Albany IN in train accident
Buried Bellefontaine Cemetery, Mount Vernon IN

John Frederick Hartranft, Brevet Major General
Born December 16, 1830 near Pottstown PA
Medal of Honor for staying at First Bull Run/Manassas after enlistment expired
Special Provost Marshal for trial of Lincoln conspirators
Governor of Pennsylvania
Died October 17, 1889 at Norristown PA
Buried Montgomery Cemetery, Norristown

George Lucas Hartsuff, Brevet Major General
Born May 28, 1830 at Tyre, Seneca County NY
USMA 19th in 1852
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died May 16, 1874 at New York NY of pneumonia
Buried West Point

Milo Smith Hascall, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 5, 1829 at LeRoy, Genesee County NY
USMA 14th in 1852
Resigned October 27, 1864
Died August 30, 1904 at Oak Park IL
Buried Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park IL

Joseph Abel Haskin, Brevet Brigadier General
Born June 21, 1818 at Troy NY
USMA 10th in 1839
Died August 3, 1874 at Oswego NY of tuberculosis
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Edward Hatch, Brevet Major General
Born December 22, 1832 at Bangor ME
Wounded at Moscow TN
Died November 11, 1889 at Fort Robinson NE
Buried National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth KS

John Porter Hatch, Brevet Brigadier General
Born January 9, 1822 at Oswego NY
USMA 17th in 1845
Wounded at South Mountain
Medal of Honor for bravery at South Mountain
Died April 12, 1901 at New York NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Herman Haupt, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 26, 1817 at Philadelphia PA
USMA 31st in 1835
Resigned and declined Brigadier General commission September 14, 1863
Died December 14, 1905 aboard train at Jersey City NJ of heart attack
Buried West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

John Parker Hawkins, Brevet Major General
Born September 29, 1830 at Indianapolis IN
Brother-in-law of US General Edward Richard Sprigg Canby
USMA 40th in 1852
Died February 7, 1914 at Indianapolis IN
Buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis

Joseph Roswell Hawley, Brevet Major General
Born October 31, 1826 at Stewartsville NC
Died March 18, 1905 at Washington DC
Buried Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford CT

Joseph Hayes, Brevet Major General
Born September 14, 1835 at South Berwick ME
Wounded at the Wilderness and Weldon Railroad
Died August 19, 1912 at a private sanitarium in New York NY
Buried South Berwick ME

Rutherford Birchard Hayes, Brevet Major General
Born October 4, 1822 at Delaware OH
Wounded at South Mountain
19th President of USA
Died January 13, 1893 at 'Spiegel Grove' near Fremont OH
Buried State Park 'Spiegel Grove'

Isham Nicholas Haynie, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Born November 18, 1824 at Dover TN
Wounded at Shiloh/Pittsburg Landing
Relieved March 6, 1863
Died May 22, 1868 at Springfield IL
Buried Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield

Alexander Hays, Brevet Major General
Born July 8, 1819 at Franklin PA
USMA 20th in 1844
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas
Killed May 5, 1864 the Wilderness
Buried Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh PA

William Hays, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 9, 1819 at Richmond VA
USMA 18th in 1840
Relieved of duty 3 days before Appomattox
Died February 7, 1875 at Fort Independence, Boston Harbor MA
Buried West Point

William Babcock Hazen, Brevet Major General
Born September 27, 1830 at West Hartford VT
USMA 28th in 1855
Died January 16, 1887 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Charles Adam Heckman, Brigadier General
Born December 3, 1822 at Easton PA
Captured at Drewry's Bluff - taken to Charleston and exposed to Union battery fire
Relieved from duty March 23, 1865
Died January 14, 1896 at Germantown PA
Buried Easton PA

Samuel Peter Heintzelman, Major General
Born September 30, 1805 at Manheim PA
USMA 17th in 1826
Wounded at First Bull Run/Manassas
Died May 1, 1880 at Washington DC
Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo NY

Francis Jay Herron, Major General Volunteers
Youngest Major General in the war at time of his appointment
Born February 17, 1837 at Pittsburgh PA
Wounded and captured at Pea Ridge/Elkhorn Tavern
Medal of Honor for heroism at Pea Ridge
Died January 8, 1902 at New York NY (in tenement)
Buried Calvary Cemetery, Long Island City NY

Edward Winslow Hincks, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born May 30, 1830 at Bucksport ME
Wounded at White Oak Swamp and Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died February 14, 1894 at Cambridge MA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge

Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Major General Volunteers
Born May 18, 1798 at Vergennes VT
USMA 1817
Died August 5, 1870 at Sparta GA
Buried West Point

Edward Henry Hobson, Brigadier General
Born July 11, 1825 at Greensburg KY
Captured with entire command near Cynthiana KY by CS General John Hunt Morgan
Died September 14, 1901 at Cleveland OH at GAR encampment
Buried Family Cemetery, Greensburg KY

Joseph Holt, Judge Advocate General/Brigadier General
Born January 6, 1807 at Breckenridge County KY
Conducted government's case against Lincoln conspirators and Henry Wirz
Died August 1, 1894 at Washington DC
Buried Family Cemetery, Holt KY

Joseph 'Fighting Joe' Hooker, Major General
Born November 13, 1814 at Hadley MA
USMA 29th in 1837
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died October 31, 1879 at Garden City NY
Buried Cincinnati OH

Alvin Peterson Hovey, Brevet Major General
Born September 26, 1821 near Mount Vernon IN
Died November 23, 1891 at Indianapolis IN
Buried Bellefontaine Cemetery, Mount Vernon IN

Oliver Otis Howard, Major General
Born November 8, 1830 at Leeds ME
USMA 4th in 1854
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks
Medal of Honor for bravery at Seven Pines
Headed Freedmen's Bureau
Died October 26, 1909 at Burlington VT
Buried Lake View Cemetery, Burlington

Albion Parris Howe, Brevet Major General
Born March 13, 1818 at Standish ME
USMA 8th in 1841
Served on commission which tried Lincoln conspirators
Died January 25, 1897 at Cambridge MA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge

Joshua Blackwood Howell, Brigadier General
Born September 11, 1806 at 'Fancy Hill' near Woodbury NJ
Died September 12, 1864 at X Corps Headquarters near Petersburg VA of injuries from fall with his horse
Buried Eglington Memorial Gardens, Clarksboro NJ

Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, Brevet Major General
Born November 2, 1810 at Philadelphia PA
USMA 13th in 1831
Died December 27, 1883 at Washington DC
Buried Congressional Cemetery, Washington

Henry Jackson Hunt, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born September 4, 1819 at Detroit Barracks MI
Brother of US General Lewis Cass Hunt
USMA 19th in 1839
Died February 11, 1889 at Washington DC
Buried Washington

Lewis Cass Hunt, Brevet Brigadier General
Born February 23, 1824 at Fort Howard, Green Bay WI
Brother of US General Henry Jackson Hunt
Son-in-law of US General Silas Casey
USMA 1847
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks
Died September 6, 1886 at Fort Union NM
Buried National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth KS

David Hunter, Brevet Major General
Born July 21, 1802 at Washington DC
Grandson of Richard Stockton, signer of Declaration of Independence
USMA 24th in 1822
Wounded at First Bull Run/Manassas
Burned VMI in 1864
President of committee which tried Lincoln conspirators
Died February 2, 1866 at Washington DC
Buried Princeton NJ

Stephen Augustus Hurlbut, Major General Volunteers
Born November 29, 1815 at Charleston SC
Died March 27, 1882 at Lima, Peru
Buried Belvidere IL

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Rufus Ingalls, Brevet Major General
Born August 23, 1818 at Denmark ME
USMA 32nd in 1843
Died January 15, 1893 at New York NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery
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Conrad Feger Jackson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 11, 1813 at Alsace Township, Berks County PA
Killed December 13, 1862 at Fredericksburg
Buried Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh PA

James Streshly Jackson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 27, 1823 at Fayette County KY
Killed October 8, 1862 at Perryville
Buried Riverside Cemetery, Hopkinsville KY

Nathaniel James Jackson, Brevet Major General
Born July 28, 1818 at Newburyport MA
Wounded at Gaines' Mills
Died April 21, 1892 at Jamestown NY
Buried Newburyport MA

Richard Henry Jackson, Brevet Brigadier General
Born July 14, 1830 at Kinnegad, County Westmeath, Ireland
Died November 28, 1892 at Fort McPherson, Atlanta GA
Buried West Point

Charles Davis Jameson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 24, 1827 at Orono ME
Died November 6, 1862 on steamboat between Boston and Bangor of camp fever
Buried Riverside Cemetery, Stillwater ME

Andrew Johnson, Military Gov of TN - Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 29, 1808 at Raleigh NC
17th President of USA
Died July 31, 1875 near Elizabethton, Carter County TN
Buried Andrew Johnson National Cemetery, Greeneville TN

Richard W. Johnson, Brevet Major General
Born February 27, 1827 near Smithland KY
USMA 1849
Captured near Gallatin TN
Wounded at New Hope Church
Died April 21, 1897 at St. Paul MN
Buried Oakland Cemetery, St. Paul

Patrick Henry Jones, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 20, 1830 at County Westmeath, Ireland
Wounded and captured at Chancellorsville
Died July 23, 1900 at Port Richmond, Staten Island NY
Buried St. Peter's Cemetery, Staten Island

Henry Moses Judah, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 12, 1821 at Snow Hill MD
USMA 35th in 1843
Died January 14, 1866 at Plattsburg Barracks NY
Buried Kings Highway Cemetery, Westport CT

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Thomas Leiper Kane, Brevet Major General
Born January 27, 1822 at Philadelphia PA
Founded Kane PA where he recruited the 'Bucktails'
Wounded and captured in the Shenandoah Valley
Resigned November 1863 due to health
Died December 26, 1883 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia

August Valentine Kautz, Brevet Major General
Born January 5, 1828 near Pforzheim, Baden, Germany
USMA 35th in 1852
Served on commission trying Lincoln conspirators
Died September 4, 1895 at Seattle WA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Philip Kearny, Major General
Born June 2, 1815 at New York NY
Killed September 1, 1862 at Chantilly VA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

William High Keim, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 25, 1813 at Reading PA
Died May 18, 1862 at Harrisburg PA of camp fever
Buried Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading PA

Benjamin Franklin Kelley, Brevet Major General
Born April 10, 1807 at New Hampton NH
Wounded at Philippi
Captured at Cumberland MD by partisan rangers
Died July 16, 1891 at Oakland MD
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John Reese Kenly, Brevet Major General
Born January 11, 1818 at Baltimore MD
Wounded at Front Royal VA
Died December 20, 1891 at Baltimore MD
Buried Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore

John Henry Ketcham, Brigadier General
Born December 21, 1832 at Dutchess County NY
Wounded in front of Savannah
Died November 4, 1906 at New York NY
Buried Valley View Cemetery, Dover Plains, Dutchess County NY

William Scott Ketchum, Brevet Major General
Born July 7, 1813 at Norwalk CT
USMA 32nd in 1834
Died June 28, 1871 at Baltimore MD - possibly victim of murder
Buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Erasmus Darwin Keyes, Major General Volunteers
Born May 29, 1810 at Brimfield MA
USMA 10th in 1832
Resigned May 6, 1864
Died October 14, 1895 while on vacation at Nice, France
Buried West Point

James Lawlor Kiernan, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 26, 1837 at Mt. Bellew, County Galway, Ireland
Wounded at Port Gibson
Resigned February 3, 1864
Died November 29, 1869 at New York NY of congestion of lungs
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Hugh Judson 'Kill Cavalry' Kilpatrick, Brevet Major General
Born January 14, 1836 near Deckertown NJ
USMA 19th in 1861
Wounded at Big Bethel and Resaca
Died December 4, 1881 at Santiago, Chile
Buried West Point

Nathan Kimball, Brevet Major General
Born November 22, 1822 at Fredericksburg IN
Wounded at Fredericksburg
Died January 21, 1898 at Ogden UT
Buried Weber UT

John Haskell King, Brevet Major General
Born February 19, 1820 at Sackets Harbor NY
Died April 7, 1888 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Rufus King, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 26, 1814 at New York NY
USMA 4th in 1833
Resigned October 20, 1863 after being court-martialed on disobedience and errors in judgment
Died October 13, 1876 at New York NY
Buried Grace Churchyard Jamaica, Long Island NY

Edmund Kirby, Brigadier General
Born March 11, 1840 at Brownsville NY
Cousin of CS General Edmund Kirby Smith
USMA 10th in 1861
Mortally wounded May 3, 1863 Chancellorsville
Died May 28, 1863 at Washington DC
Buried Brownsville NY

Edward Needles Kirk, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 29, 1828 at Jefferson County OH
Mortally wounded November 29, 1862 Stone's River/Murfreesboro
Died July 21, 1863 at Sterling IL
Buried Rosehill Cemetery Chicago IL

Joseph Farmer Knipe, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 30, 1823 at Mount Joy PA
Wounded at Cedar Mountain
Died August 18, 1901 at Harrisburg PA
Buried Old Harrisburg Cemetery, Harrisburg PA

Wladimir Krzyzanowski, Brevet Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 8, 1824 at Raznova, Poland
Died January 31, 1887 at New York NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

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Frederick West Lander, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 17, 1821 at Salem MA
Wounded at Edwards Ferry
Died March 2, 1862 at Camp Chase, Paw Paw VA of congestive chill
Buried Broad Street Burial Ground, Salem MA

Jacob Gartner Lauman, Brevet Major General
Born January 20, 1813 at Taneytown MD
Wounded at Belmont
Died February 9, 1867 at Burlington IA
Buried Aspen Grove Cemetery, Burlington IA

Michael Kelly Lawler, Brevet Major General
Born November 16, 1814 at County Kildare, Ireland
Wounded at Fort Donelson
Died July 26, 1882 at Equality IL
Buried in country churchyard near Equality IL

James Hewett Ledlie, Brigadier General
Born April 14, 1832 at Utica NY
Accused of being drunkard, coward, and incompetent
Resigned January 23, 1865
Died August 15, 1882 at New Brighton, Staten Island NY
Buried Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica NY

Albert Lindley Lee, Brigadier General
Born January 16, 1834 at Fulton NY
Wounded during Siege of Vicksburg
Died December 31, 1907 at New York NY
Buried Mt. Adnah Cemetery, Fulton NY

Mortimer Dormer Leggett, Brevet Major General
Born April 19, 1821 near Ithaca NY
Died January 6, 1896 at Cleveland OH
Buried Lakeview Cemetery, Cleveland OH

John Andrew Jackson Lightburn, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 21, 1824 at Webster PA
Wounded around Atlanta
Died May 17, 1901 at home on Broad Run at Lewis County WV
Buried Broad Run Churchyard, Broad Run

Henry Hayes Lockwood, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 17, 1814 at Kent County DE
USMA 22nd in 1836
Died December 7, 1899 at Georgetown DC
Buried US Naval Academy, Annapolis MD

John Alexander 'Black Jack' Logan, Major General
Born February 9, 1826 at Jackson County IL
Wounded at Fort Donelson
Medal of Honor for Vicksburg
Died December 26, 1886 at Washington DC
Buried Soldiers' Home National Cemetery

Eli Long, Brevet Major General
Born June 16, 1837 at Woodford County KY
Wounded 5 times including at Stone's River/Murfreesboro and Selma
Died January 5, 1903 at New York NY as result of operation
Buried Hillside Cemetery, Plainfield NJ

Charles Russell Lowell, Brigadier General
Born January 2, 1835 at Boston MA
Mortally wounded October 19, 1864 Cedar Creek
Died October 20, 1864 at Middletown VA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA

Thomas John Lucas, Brevet Major General
Born September 9, 1826 at Lawrenceburg IN
Wounded 3 times in Vicksburg Campaign
Died November 16, 1908 at Lawrenceburg IN
Buried Greendale Cemetery, Dearborn County IN

Nathaniel Lyon, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 14, 1818 at Ashford (Eastford) CT
USMA 11th in 1841
Killed August 10, 1861 at Wilson's Creek
Buried near Ashford (Eastford) CT

William Haines Lytle, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 2, 1826 at Cincinnati OH
Wounded at Carnifex Ferry
Wounded and captured at Perryville
Mortally wounded and died September 20, 1863 at Chickamauga
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

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Jasper Adalmorn Maltby, Brigadier General
Born November 3, 1826 at Kingsville OH
Wounded at Fort Donelson
Died December 12, 1867 at Vicksburg MS of yellow fever
Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Galena IL

Joseph King Fenno Mansfield, Major General Volunteers (posthumously)
Born December 22, 1803 at New Haven CT
USMA 1822
Mortally wounded September 17, 1862 Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died September 18, 1862 at Sharpsburg MD
Buried Indian Hill Cemetery, Middletown CT

Mahlon Dickerson Manson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 20, 1820 at Piqua OH
Wounded and captured at Richmond KY
Wounded near Resaca
Resigned December 21, 1864
Died February 4, 1895 at Crawfordsville IN
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville

Randolph Barnes Marcy, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Born April 9, 1812 at Greenwich MA
Father-in-law of US General George Brinton McClellan
USMA 29th in 1832
Died November 2, 1887 at West Orange NJ
Buried Riverview Cemetery, Trenton NJ

Gilman Marston, Brigadier General
Born August 11, 1820 at Orford NH
Established Point Lookout
Died July 3, 1890 at Exeter NH
Buried Exeter

John Henry Martindale, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born March 20, 1815 at Sandy Hill (Hudson Falls) NY
USMA 3rd in 1835
Died December 13, 1881 while on trip to Nice, France for health
Buried Batavia NY

John Sanford Mason, Brevet Brigadier General
Born August 21, 1824 at Steubenville OH
USMA 1847
Died November 29, 1897 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Charles (Karl) Leopold Matthies, Brigadier General
Born May 31, 1824 at Bromberg, Prussia
Wounded at Chattanooga - Missionary Ridge
Resigned May 16, 1864
Died October 16, 1868 at Burlington IA
Buried Aspen Grove Cemetery, Burlington

John McArthur, Brevet Major General
Born November 17, 1826 at Erskine, Renfrewshire, Scotland
Wounded at Shiloh/Pittsburg Landing
Died May 15, 1906 at Chicago IL
Buried Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago

George Archibald McCall, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 16, 1802 at Philadelphia PA
USMA 1822
Captured June 30, 1862 at Frayser's Farm and sent to Libby
Exchanged August 18, 1862 for CS General Simon Bolivar Buckner
Resigned March 31, 1863
Died February 26, 1868 at Belair near West Chester PA
Buried Christ Church Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

George Brinton 'Little Mac' McClellan, Major General
Born December 3, 1826 at Philadelphia PA
Cousin to CS Major Henry B. McClellan, Chief of
Staff to CS General James Ewell Brown Stuart
Son-in-law of US General Randolph Barnes Marcy
USMA 2nd in 1846
Democratic presidential candidate in 1864
Resigned commission election day
Died October 29, 1885 at Orange NJ
Buried Riverview Cemetery, Trenton NJ

John Alexander McClernand, Major General
Born May 30, 1812 near Hardinsburg KY
Resigned November 30, 1864
Died September 20, 1890 at Springfield IL
Buried Springfield IL

Alexander McDowell McCook, Brevet Major General
Born April 22, 1831 at Columbiana County OH
Brother of US General Daniel McCook, Jr.
Brother of US General Robert Latimer McCook
Cousin of US General Edward Moody McCook
USMA 30th in 1852
Died June 12, 1903 at Dayton OH
Buried Cincinnati OH

Daniel McCook, Jr., Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 22, 1834 at Carrollton OH
Brother of US General Alexander McDowell McCook
Brother of US General Robert Latimer McCook
Cousin of US General Edward Moody McCook
Mortally wounded June 27, 1864 at Kennesaw Mountain
Died July 17, 1864 home of brother George in Steubenville OH
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

Edward Moody McCook, Brevet Brigadier General
Born June 15, 1833 at Steubenville OH
Cousin of US General Alexander McDowell McCook
Cousin of US General Daniel McCook, Jr.
Cousin of US General Robert Latimer McCook
Died September 9, 1909 at Chicago IL
Buried Union Cemetery, Steubenville OH

Robert Latimer McCook, Brigadier General
Born December 28, 1827 at Lisbon (New Lisbon) OH
Brother of US General Alexander McDowell McCook
Brother of US General Daniel McCook, Jr.
Cousin of US General Edward Moody McCook
Wounded at Mill Springs
Mortally wounded August 5, 1862 between Winchester and Dechered TN by a Partisan Ranger
Died August 6, 1862 at a nearby house
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

Irvin McDowell, Major General Volunteers
Born October 15, 1818 at Columbus OH
USMA 23rd in 1838
Died May 4, 1885 at San Francisco CA
Buried The Presidio, San Francisco

George Francis McGinnis, Brigadier General
Born March 19, 1826 at Boston MA
Died May 29, 1910 at Indianapolis IN
Cremated and ashes buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis IN

John Baillie McIntosh, Brevet Major General
Born June 6, 1829 at Fort Brooke (Tampa) FL
Brother of CS General James McQueen McIntosh
Wounded at Opequon Creek/Third Winchester
Died June 29, 1888 at New Brunswick NJ
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Brunswick NJ

Thomas Jefferson McKean, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born August 21, 1810 at Burlington PA
USMA 1831
Died April 19, 1870 at Marion IA
Buried Oak Shade Cemetery, Marion IA

Ranald Slidell Mackenzie, Brevet Brigadier General
Born July 27, 1840 at Westchester County NY
Name Mackenzie was added by his father
USMA 1st in 1862
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas, Petersburg, and Cedar Creek
Died January 19, 1889 at New Brighton, Staten Island NY
Buried West Point

Justus McKinstry, Brigadier General
Born July 6, 1814 at Columbia County NY
USMA 40th in 1834
Jailed, court-marshaled, and cashiered for frauds perpetrated as quartermaster
Died December 11, 1897 at St. Louis MO
Buried Highland Cemetery, Ypsilanti MI

Nathaniel Collins McLean, Brigadier General
Born February 2, 1815 at Ridgeville, Warren County OH
Died January 4, 1905 at Bellport, Long Island NY
Buried Bellport, Long Island NY

James Winning McMillan, Brevet Major General
Born April 25, 1825 at Clark County KY
Died March 9, 1903 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

James Birdseye McPherson, Brigadier General
Born November 14, 1828 near Clyde OH
USMA 1st in 1853
Killed July 22, 1864 near Atlanta GA
Buried near Clyde OH

George Gordon Meade, Major General
Born December 31, 1815 at Cadiz, Spain
Brother-in-law of CS General Henry Alexander Wise
USMA 19th in 1835
Wounded at White Oak Swamp
Died November 6, 1872 at Philadelphia PA of pneumonia
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia

Thomas Francis Meagher, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 3, 1823 at Waterford, Ireland
Drowned July 1, 1867 at Fort Benton MT when he fell overboard while drinking on steamboat
Body never recovered
Montgomery Cunningham Meigs, Quartermaster General/Brevet Major General
Born May 3, 1816 at Augusta GA
USMA 5th in 1836
Died January 2, 1892 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Solomon Meredith, Brevet Major General
Born May 29, 1810 at Guilford County NC
Wounded at Groveton and Gettysburg
Died October 2, 1875 near Cambridge City IN
Buried Riverside Cemetery, Cambridge City

Sullivan Amory Meredith, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 4, 1816 at Philadelphia PA
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas
Died December 26, 1874 at Buffalo NY
Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo

Wesley Merritt, Major General Volunteers
Born June 16, 1834 at New York NY
USMA 22nd in 1860
Died December 3, 1910 at Natural Bridge VA
Buried West Point

Nelson Appleton Miles, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born August 8, 1839 near Westminster MA
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Petersburg
Medal of Honor for actions at Chancellorsville
Died May 15, 1925 at Washington DC while attending circus performance
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John Franklin Miller, Brevet Major General
Born November 21, 1831 at South Bend IN
Wounded at Stone's River/Murfreesboro and Liberty Gap
Died March 8, 1886 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Stephen Miller, Brigadier General
Born January 7, 1816 at Carroll, Clinton County PA
Resigned January 18, 1864
Gov. of MN 1864-1865
Died August 18, 1881 at Worthington MN
Buried Worthington

Robert Huston Milroy, Major General Volunteers
Born June 11, 1816 near Salem IN
Died March 29, 1890 at Olympia WA
Buried Masonic Graveyard, Olympia

Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel, Major General Volunteers
Born July 28, 1809 at Morganfield KY
USMA 15th in 1829
Died October 30, 1862 at Beaufort SC of yellow fever
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

John Grant Mitchell, Brevet Major General
Born November 6, 1838 at Piqua OH
Died November 7, 1894 at Columbus OH
Buried Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus

Robert Byington Mitchell, Brigadier General
Born April 4, 1823 at Mansfield OH
Wounded at Wilson's Creek
Died January 26, 1882 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

William Reading Montgomery, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 10, 1801 at Monmouth County NJ
USMA 1825
Resigned April 4, 1864
Died May 31/June 1, 1871 at Bristol PA
Buried St. James Churchyard, Bristol

George Webb Morell, Major General Volunteers
Born January 8, 1815 at Cooperstown NY
USMA 1st in 1835
Died February 11, 1883 at Scarborough NY
Buried St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Scarborough

Charles Hale Morgan, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 6, 1834 at Manlius NY
USMA 12th in 1857
Died December 20, 1875 at Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay CA
Buried Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno CA

Edwin Denison Morgan, Major General Volunteers
Born February 8, 1811 at Washington MA
Governor of New York 1858-1862
Resigned commission January 1, 1863 to serve in US Senate
Died February 14, 1883 at New York NY
Buried Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford CT

George Washington Morgan, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 20, 1820 at Washington County PA
Resigned June 8, 1863
Died July 26, 1893 at Fort Monroe VA
Buried Mt. Vernon VA

James Dada Morgan, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born August 1, 1810 at Boston MA
Died September 12, 1896 at Quincy IL
Buried Woodland Cemetery, Quincy

William Hopkins Morris, Brevet Major General
Born April 22, 1827 at New York NY
Wounded at Spotsylvania
Died August 26, 1900 at Long Branch NJ while on vacation
Buried Cold Spring NY

James St. Clair Morton, Brevet Brigadier General (posthumously)
Born September 24, 1829 at Philadelphia PA
USMA 2nd in 1851
Killed June 17, 1864 at Petersburg
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

Gershom Mott, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born April 7, 1822 at Lamberton (Trenton) NJ
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas and Chancellorsville
Died November 29, 1884 at New York NY
Buried Riverview Cemetery, Trenton NJ

Joseph Anthony Mower, Brevet Major General
Born August 22, 1827 at Woodstock VT
Wounded and captured at Corinth
Died January 6, 1870 at New Orleans LA of pneumonia
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

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James Nagle, Brigadier General
Born April 5, 1822 at Reading PA
Resigned May 9, 1863 due to failing health
Died August 22, 1866 at Pottsville PA
Buried Presbyterian Cemetery, Pottsville

Henry Morris Naglee, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 15, 1815 at Philadelphia
USMA 1835
Mustered out April 4, 1864
Died March 5, 1886 at the Occidental Hotel in San Francisco CA while at doctor's
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

James Scott Negley, Major General Volunteers
Born December 22, 1826 near Pittsburgh PA
Cleared of charges of cowardice and desertion
Resigned January 1865
Died August 77, 1901 at Plainfield NJ
Buried Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh PA

Thomas Hewson Neill, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born April 9, 1826 at Philadelphia PA
USMA 27th in 1847
Died March 12, 1885 at Philadelphia PA
Buried West Point

William Nelson, Major General Volunteers
Born September 27, 1824 near Maysville KY
Killed September 29, 1862 at Louisville KY by US General Jefferson Columbus Davis for "affair of honor"
Buried Maysville KY

John Newton, Brevet Major General
Born August 25, 1822 at Norfolk VA
USMA 2nd in 1842
Died May 1, 1895 at New York NY
Buried West Point

Franklin Stillman Nickerson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 27, 1826 at Swanville ME
Resigned 1865
Died January 23, 1917 at Boston MA
Buried Forest Hills Crematory, Jamaica Plain MA

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Richard James 'Uncle Dick' Oglesby, Major General
Born July 25, 1824 at Oldham County KY
Wounded Corinth
Resigned May 26, 1864
Died April 24, 1899 at 'Oglehurst', Elkhart IL
Buried Elkhart Cemetery, Elkhart IL

James Morrison Oliver, Brevet Major General
Born September 6, 1828 at Penn Yan NY
Died March 30, 1872 at Washington DC
Buried Lake View Cemetery, Penn Yan NY

(Samuel) Emerson Opdycke, Brevet Major General
Born January 7, 1830 at Hubbard Township, Trumbull County OH
Wounded at Resaca
Accidentally shot himself April 22, 1884
Died April 24, 1884 at New York NY of peritonitis
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Warren OH

Edward Otho Cresap Ord, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 18, 1818 at Cumberland MD
USMA 17th in 1839
Wounded after Iuka and at Fort Harrison
Died July 22, 1883 at Havana, Cuba of yellow fever
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

William Ward Orme, Brigadier General
Born February 17, 1832 at Washington DC
Resigned April 20, 1864
Died September 13, 1866 at Bloomington IL of tuberculosis
Buried Bloomington Cemetery, Bloomington IL

Thomas Ogden Osborn, Brigadier General
Born August 11, 1832 at Jersey OH
Wounded at Drewry's Bluff
Died March 27, 1904 at Washington DC while on visit
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Peter Joseph Osterhaus, Major General
Born January 4, 1823 at Coblenz, Prussia
Wounded at Big Black River
Died January 2, 1917 at Duisburg, Germany
Buried Coblenz, Prussia (Germany)

Joshua Thomas 'Paddy' Owen, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Born March 29, 1821 at Caermarthen, Wales
Charges brought for disobedience of orders at Cold Harbor
Mustered out July 1864
Died November 7, 1887 at Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia PA
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

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Charles Jackson Paine, Brevet Major General
Born August 26, 1833 at Boston MA
Died August 12, 1916 at Weston MA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA

Eleazer Arthur Paine, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 10, 1815 at Parkman, Geauga County OH
Cousin of US General Halbert Eleazer Paine
USMA 1839
Resigned April 5, 1865
Died December 16, 1882 at Jersey City NJ of pneumonia
Buried The Old Bergen Church Burial Ground in unmarked grave with son-in-law

Halbert Eleazer Paine, Brevet Major General
Born February 4, 1826 at Chardon, Geauga County OH
Wounded at Port Hudson
Died April 14, 1905 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Innis Newton Palmer, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born March 30, 1824 at Buffalo NY
USMA 38th in 1846
Died September 9, 1900 at Chevy Chase MD
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John McCauley Palmer, Major General
Born September 13, 1817 at Scott County KY
Died September 25, 1900 at Springfield IL
Buried Carlinville IL

John Grubb Parke, Brevet Major General
Born September 22, 1827 near Coatesville, Chester County PA
USMA 2nd in 1849
Died December 16, 1900 at Washington DC
Buried St. James the Less Churchyard, Philadelphia PA

Lewis Baldwin Parsons, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born April 5, 1818 at Perry NY
Died March 16, 1907 at Flora IL
Buried Bellefontaines Cemetery, St. Louis MO

Marsena Rudolph Patrick, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 11, 1811 near Watertown NY
USMA 48th in 1835
Died July 27, 1888 at Dayton OH
Buried Soldiers' Home Cemetery, Dayton OH

Francis Engle Patterson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 7, 1821 at Philadelphia PA
Killed 'by the accidental discharge of his own pistol' November 22, 1862 at VA
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

Gabriel René Paul, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 22, 1813 at St. Louis MO
USMA 1834
Wounded at Gettysburg
Died May 5, 1886 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John James Peck, Major General Volunteers
Born January 4, 1821 at Manlius NY
USMA 8th in 1843
Wounded at Norfleet House
Died April 21, 1878 at Syracuse NY
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse NY

Galusha Pennypacker, Brevet Major General Volunteers
War's youngest general
Born June 1, 1844 near Valley Forge, Chester County PA
Wounded at Fort Fisher
Received Medal of Honor for bravery at Fort Fisher
Died October 1, 1916 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Philadelphia National Cemetery

William Henry Penrose, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 10, 1832 at Madison Barracks, Sacket's Harbor NY
Died August 29, 1903 at Salt Lake City UT of typhoid fever
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John Smith Phelps, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Military Gov. of AR
Born December 22, 1814 at Simsbury CT
Died November 20, 1886 at St. Louis MO
Buried Hazelwood Cemetery, Springfield MO

John Wolcott Phelps, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 13, 1813 at Guilford VT
Resigned August 21, 1862
Died February 2, 1885 at Guilford VT
Buried Guilford

Abram Sanders Piatt, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 2, 1821 at Cincinnati OH
Injured in horse fall at Fredericksburg
Resigned February 17, 1863 due to injury
Died March 16, 1908 at 'Mac-a-Cheek', Logan County OH
Buried Piatt Cemetery near 'Mac-a-Cheek'

Byron Root Pierce, Brevet Major General
Born September 29, 1829 at East Bloomfield, Ontario County NY
Wounded 5 times including at Gettysburg
Died July 10, 1924 at Grand Rapids MI
Buried Fulton Street Cemetery, Grand Rapids MI

William Anderson Pile, Brevet Major General
Born February 11, 1829 at Indianapolis IN
Died July 7, 1889 at Monrovia CA
Buried Live Oak Cemetery, Monrovia

Thomas Gamble Pitcher, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 23, 1824 at Rockport IN
USMA 2nd to last in 1845
Wounded at Cedar Mountain
Died October 21, 1895 at Fort Bayard NM
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Alfred Pleasonton, Brevet Major General
Born July 7, 1824 at Washington DC
USMA 7th in 1844
Died February 17, 1897 at Washington DC
Buried Congressional Cemetery

Joseph Bennett Plummer, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 15, 1816 at Barre MA
USMA 1841
Died August 9, 1862 in camp near Corinth MS 'of wound and exposure in the active field'
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Orlando Metcalfe Poe, Brevet Brigadier General
Born March 7, 1832 at Navarre OH
USMA 6th in 1856
Died October 2, 1895 at Detroit MI
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John Pope, Brigadier General
Born March 16, 1822 at Louisville KY
USMA 17th in 1842
Died September 23, 1892 at Sandusky OH
Buried Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis MO

Andrew Porter, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 10, 1820 at Lancaster PA
Grandson of Rev. War General Andrew Porter
Cousin of Mary Todd Lincoln
Mustered out April 4, 1864
Died January 3, 1872 at Paris, France
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit MI

Fitz John Porter, Major General
Born August 31, 1822 at Portsmouth NH
Cousin of US Admiral David Dixon Porter
Cousin of US Commodore William D. Porter
USMA 8th in 1845
Court-marshaled and cashiered January 21, 1863/Cleared 1878
Died May 21, 1901 at Morristown NJ
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Edward Elmer Potter, Brevet Major General
Born June 21, 1823 at New York NY
Died June 1, 1889 at New York NY of pneumonia
Buried Marble Cemetery Manhattan, New York NY

Joseph Haydn Potter, Brevet Brigadier General
Born October 12, 1822 at Concord NH
USMA 22nd in 1843
Wounded at Chancellorsville
Died December 1, 1892 at Columbus OH
Buried Greenlawn Cemetery, Columbus OH

Robert Brown Potter, Brevet Major General
Born July 16, 1829 at Schenectady NY
Wounded at New Berne and Petersburg
Died February 19, 1887 at Newport RI
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, New York NY

Benjamin Franklin Potts, Brevet Major General
Born January 29, 1836 at Carroll County OH
Died June 17, 1887 at Helena MT
Buried Helena MT

William Henry Powell, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born May 10, 1825 at Pontypool, Monmouthshire, South Wales
Wounded and captured near Wytheville VA
Resigned January 5, 1865
Died December 26, 1904 at Belleville IL
Buried Graceland Cemetery, Chicago IL

Calvin Edward Pratt, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 23, 1828 at Shrewsbury MA
Wounded at Mechanicsville
Resigned April 25, 1863
Died August 3, 1896 at Rochester MA
Buried Rochester MA

Benjamin Mayberry Prentiss, Major General Volunteers
Born November 23, 1819 at Belleville VA
Captured at Shiloh
Resigned October 28, 1863
Died February 8, 1901 at Bethany MO
Buried Miriam Cemetery, Bethany

Henry Prince, Brevet Brigadier General
Born June 19, 1811 at Eastport ME
USMA 30th in 1835
Captured at Cedar Mountain
Committed suicide August 19, 1892 at London, England
Buried Hillside Cemetery, Eastport ME

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Isaac Ferdinand Quinby, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 29, 1821 near Morristown NJ
USMA 6th in 1843
Resigned December 31, 1863
Died September 18, 1891 at Rochester NY
Buried Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester
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George Douglas Ramsay, Brevet Major General
Born February 21, 1802 at Dumphries VA
USMA 26th in 1820
Retired September 12, 1864
Died February 23, 1882 at Washington DC
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Thomas Edward Greenfield Ransom, Brevet Major General
Born November 29, 1834 at Norwich VT
Wounded at Charleston MO, Fort Donelson, Shiloh/Pittsburg Landing, and Mansfield LA
Died October 29, 1864 near Rome GA as result of wounds and typhoid
Buried Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago IL

Green Berry Raum, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 3, 1829 at Golconda IL
Wounded at Chattanooga
Leave of absence January 16, 1865
Died December 18, 1909 at Chicago IL
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

John Aaron Rawlins, Brigadier General/Chief of Staff
Born February 13, 1831 at Galena IL
Died September 6, 1869 at Washington DC of tuberculosis
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Hugh Thompson Reid, Brigadier General
Born October 18, 1811 at Union County IN
Wounded at Shiloh
Resigned April 4, 1864
Died August 21, 1874 at Keokuk IA of Bright's Disease
Buried Oakland Cemetery, Keokuk IA

James William Reilly, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 20, 1828 at Akron OH
Died November 6, 1905 at Wellsville OH
Buried St. Elizabeth's Cemetery, Wellsville OH

Jesse Lee Reno (Renault), Major General Volunteers
Born June 20, 1823 at Wheeling VA (WV)
USMA 8th in 1846
Killed September 14, 1862 at South Mountain
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Joseph Warren Revere, Brigadier General
Born May 17, 1812 at Boston MA
Grandson of Paul Revere
Resigned August 10, 1863
Died April 20, 1880 at Hoboken NJ
Buried Morristown NJ

John Fulton Reynolds, Major General Volunteers
Born September 20, 1820 at Lancaster PA
USMA 26th in 1841
Captured on the Virginia Peninsula behind Boatswain's Swamp after Gaines' Mills
Prisoner at Libby
Killed July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg PA
Buried Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster PA

Joseph Jones Reynolds, Major General
Born January 4, 1822 at Flemingsburg KY
USMA 10th in 1843
Died February 25, 1899 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Americus Vespucius Rice, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 18, 1835 at Perryville OH
Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain
Died April 4, 1904 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Elliott Warren Rice, Brevet Major General
Born November 16, 1835 at Allegheny City (Pittsburgh) PA
Brother of US General Samuel Allen Rice
Wounded 7 times including at Belmont
Died June 22, 1887 at Sioux City IA
Buried Floyd Cemetery, Sioux City

James Clay Rice, Brigadier General/Volunteers
Born December 27, 1829 at Worthington MA
Mortally wounded and died May 10, 1864 at Spotsylvania
Buried Rural Cemetery, Albany NY

Samuel Allen Rice, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 27, 1828 at Catteraugus County NY
Brother of US General Elliott Warren Rice
Mortally wounded April 30, 1864 at Jenkins Ferry AR
Died July 6, 1864 at Oskaloosa IA
Buried Forest Cemetery, Oskaloosa IA

Israel Bush Richardson, Major General Volunteers
Born December 26, 1815 at Fairfax VT
USMA 38th in 1841
Mortally wounded September 17, 1862 at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died November 3, 1862 at Pry House, McClellan;s Headquarters, Sharpsburg
Buried Pontiac MI

James Brewerton Ricketts, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born June 21, 1817 at New York NY
USMA 16th in 1839
Wounded and captured at First Bull Run/Manassas
Wounded at Cedar Creek
Died September 22, 1887 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

James Wolfe Ripley, Brevet Major General
Born December 10, 1794 at Windham County CT
Uncle of CS General Roswell Sabine Ripley
USMA 12th in 1814
Died May 15, 1870 at Hartford CT
Buried Springfield MA

Benjamin Stone Roberts, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born November 18, 1810 at Manchester VT
USMA 53rd in 1835
Died January 29, 1875 at Washington DC
Buried Manchester VT

James Sidney Robinson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 14, 1827 at Mansfield OH
Wounded at Gettysburg
Died January 14, 1892 at Kenton OH
Buried Grove Cemetery, Kenton

John Cleveland Robinson, Brevet Major General
Born April 10, 1817 at Binghamton NY
Wounded at Spotsylvania
Received Medal of Honor for gallantry at Spotsylvania
Died February 18, 1897 at Binghamton NY
Buried Spring Forest Cemetery, Binghamton

Isaac Peace Rodman, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 18, 1822 at South Kingston RI
Mortally wounded September 17, 1862 at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died September 30, 1862 at field hospital in Sharpsburg
Buried Family Cemetery, Peace Dale RI

William Starke 'Old Rosy' Rosecrans, Major General Volunteers
Born September 6, 1819 at Little Tyler Run, Delaware County OH
USMA 5th in 1842
Died March 11, 1898 at Redondo CA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Leonard Fulton Ross, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 18, 1823 at Lewistown IL
Resigned July 22, 1863
Died January 17, 1901 at Lewistown IL
Buried Oakhill Cemetery, Lewistown

Lovell Harrison Rousseau, Major General Volunteers
Born August 4, 1818 near Stanford, Lincoln County KY
Father-in-law of US General Louis Douglass Watkins
Died January 7, 1869 at New Orleans LA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Thomas Algeo Rowley, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 5, 1808 at Pittsburgh PA
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks
Resigned December 29, 1864
Died May 14, 1892 at Pittsburgh PA
Buried Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh

Daniel Henry Rucker, Brevet Major General
Born April 12, 1812 at Belleville NJ
Father-in-law of US General Philip Henry Sheridan
Died January 6, 1910 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Thomas Howard Ruger, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born April 2, 1833 at Lima NY
USMA 3rd in 1854
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died June 3, 1907 at Stamford CT
Buried West Point

David Allen Russell, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 10, 1820 at Salem NY
USMA 38th in 1845
Wounded at Rappahannock Station
Killed September 19, 1864 at Opequon/Third Winchester
Buried Evergreen Cemetery, Salem NY

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Frederich Salomon, Brevet Major General
Born April 7, 1826 at Strobek, Saxony, Prussia
Died March 8, 1897 at Salt Lake City UT
Buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City

William Price Sanders, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 12, 1833 at Kentucky
USMA 1856
Mortally wounded November 18, 1863 at Knoxville
Died November 19, 1863 at Lamar Hotel Knoxville
Buried National Cemetery, Chattanooga TN

Rufus Saxton, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born September 19, 1824 at Greenfield MA
USMA 18th in 1849
Died February 23, 1908 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Eliakim Parker Scammon, Brigadier General
Born December 27, 1816 at Whitefield ME
USMA 9th in 1837
Captured by guerillas February 3, 1864
Died December 7, 1894 at New York NY
Buried Calvary Cemetery, Long Island City NY

Robert Cumming Schenck, Major General
Born October 4, 1809 at Franklin OH
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas
Died March 23, 1890 at Washington DC
Buried Woodland Cemetery, Dayton OH

Alexander Schimmelfenning, Brigadier General
Born July 20, 1824 at Lithauen, Prussia
Died September 5, 1865 Dr. Aaron Smith's
Living Springs Water Cure Establishment, Wernersville PA, while seeking treatment for tuberculosis
Buried Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading PA

Albin Francisco Schoepf, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 1, 1822 at Podgorz, Poland (Austrai)
Died May 10, 1886 at Hyattsville MD
Buried Congressional Cemetery, Washington DC

John McAllister Schofield, Brevet Major General
Born September 29, 1831 at Gerry NY
USMA 7th in 1853
Died March 4, 1906 at St. Augustine FL
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Carl Schurz, Major General Volunteers
Born March 2, 1829 at Liblar, Prussia
Died May 14, 1906 at New York NY
Buried Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Tarrytown NY

Robert Kingston Scott, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 8, 1826 at Armstrong County PA
Died August 12, 1900 at Henry County OH
Buried Napoleon OH

Winfield Scott, General and Chief Military Adviser
Born June 13, 1786 at 'Laurel Branch' near Petersburg VA
Resigned November 1, 1861
Died May 29, 1866 at West Point NY
Buried West Point

John Sedgwick, Major General Volunteers
Born September 13, 1813 at Cornwall Hollow CT
USMA 24th in 1837
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Killed May 9, 1864 at Spotsylvania
Buried Cornwall Hollow CT

William Henry Seward, Jr., Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 18, 1839 at Auburn NY
Son of Secretary of State William Henry Seward
Wounded at Monocacy
Died April 26, 1920 at Auburn NY
Buried Fox Hill Cemetery, Auburn

Truman Seymour, Brevet Major General
Born September 24, 1824 at Burlington VT
USMA 19th in 1846
Wounded at Battery Wagner
Captured at the Wilderness
Died October 30, 1891 at Florence, Italy
Buried Cimitero degli Allori, Florence

James Murrell Shackelford, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 7, 1827 at Lincoln County KY
Resigned January 18, 1864 due to poor health
Died September 7, 1909 at Port Huron MI
Buried Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville KY

Alexander Shaler, Brevet Major General
Born March 19, 1827 at Haddam CT
Medal of Honor for gallantry at Fredericksburg for Marye's Heights
Helped found National Rifle Association
Died December 28, 1911 at New York NY
Buried Ridgefield NJ

Isaac Fitzgerald Shepard, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Born July 7, 1816 at Natick MA
Died August 25, 1889 at Bellingham MA
Buried Ashland Cemetery, Middlesex County MA

George Foster Shepley, Brigadier General
Born January 1, 1819 at Saco ME
Died July 20, 1878 at Portland ME of Asiatic cholera
Buried Evergreen Cemetery, Portland

Philip Henry 'Little Phil' Sheridan, Major General Volunteers
Born March 6, 1831 at Albany NY
Son-in-law of US General Daniel Henry Rucker
USMA 34th in 1853
Died August 5, 1888 at Nonquitt MA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Francis Trowbridge Sherman, Brevet Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 31, 1825 at Newtown CT
Died November 9, 1905 at Waukegan IL
Buried Graceland Cemetery, Chicago IL

Thomas West Sherman, Brevet Major General
Born March 26, 1813 at Newport RI
USMA 18th in 1836
Wounded at Port Hudson
Died March 16, 1879 at Newport RI
Buried Island Cemetery, Newport

William Tecumseh 'Cump' Sherman, Major General
Born February 8, 1820 at Lancaster OH
Brother-in-law of US General Charles Ewing
Brother-in-law of US General Hugh Boyle Ewing
Brother-in-law of US General Thomas Ewing, Jr.
USMA 6th in 1840
Died February 14, 1891 at New York NY
Buried Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis MO

James Shields, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 10, 1810 at County Tyrone, Ireland
Resigned March 28, 1863
Died June 1, 1879 at Ottumwa IA
Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Carrollton MO

Henry Hastings Sibley, Brevet Major General
Born February 29, 1811 at Detroit MI
Cousin of CS General Henry Hopkins Sibley
Died February 18, 1891 at St. Paul MN
Buried Oakland Cemetery, St. Paul

Daniel Edgar Sickles, Major General Volunteers
Born October 20, 1819 at New York NY
Wounded at Gettysburg
Died May 3, 1914 at New York NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Franz Sigel, Major General Volunteers
Born November 18, 1824 at Sinsheim, Baden, Germany
Died August 21, 1902 at New York NY
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, New York NY

Joshua Woodrow Sill, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 6, 1831 at Chillicothe OH
USMA 3rd in 1853
Killed December 31, 1862 at Stone's River/Murfreesboro
Buried Grand View Cemetery near Chillicothe OH

James Richard Slack, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born September 28, 1818 at Bucks County PA
Died July 28, 1881 at Chicago IL of heart attack while on visit
Buried Mount Hope Cemetery, Huntington IN

Adam Jacoby Slemmer, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 24, 1829 at Montgomery County PA
Wounded at Stone's River/Murfreesboro
Died October 7, 1868 at Fort Laramie WY (Dakota Territory)
Buried Montgomery Cemetery, Norristown PA

Henry Warner Slocum, Major General
Born September 24, 1827 at Delphi, Onondaga County NY
USMA 7th in 1852
Wounded at First Bull Run/Manassas
Died April 14, 1894 at Brooklyn NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

John Potts Slough, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 1, 1829 at Cincinnati OH
Wounded December 15, 1867 Sante Fe NM in fight with lawmaker
Died December 17, 1867 at Sante Fe NM
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

Andrew Jackson Smith, Brevet Major General
Born April 28, 1815 at Bucks County PA
USMA 36th in 1838
Died January 30, 1897 at St. Louis MO
Buried Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis MO

Charles Ferguson Smith, Major General
Born April 24, 1807 at Philadelphia PA
USMA 19th in 1825
Died April 25, 1862 at Grant's Headquarters in Savannah TN of infected cut and dysentery
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

Giles Alexander Smith, Major General Volunteers
Born September 29, 1829 at Jefferson County NY
Brother of US General Morgan Lewis Smith
Wounded at Missionary Ridge
Died November 5, 1876 at Bloomington IL
Buried Bloomington Cemetery, Bloomington IL

Green Clay Smith, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 4, 1826 at Richmond VA
Nephew of US General Cassius Marcellus Clay
Died June 29, 1895 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Gustavus Adolphus Smith, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Born December 26, 1820 at Philadelphia PA
Wounded at Pea Ridge/Elkhorn Tavern
Died December 11, 1885 at Sante Fe NM
Buried Sante Fe National Cemetery

John Eugene Smith, Brevet Major General
Born August 3, 1816 at Berne, Switzerland
Died January 29, 1897 at Chicago IL
Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Galena IL

Morgan Lewis Smith, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 8, 1821 at Mexico NY
Brother of US General Giles Alexander Smith
Wounded at Chickasaw Bluffs
Died December 28, 1874 at Jersey City NJ while on a trip
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Thomas Church Haskell Smith, Brigadier General
Born March 24, 1819 at Acushnet MA
Died April 8, 1897 at Nordhoff CA
Buried Santa Barbara Cemetery, Nordhoff CA

Thomas Kilby Smith, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born September 23, 1820 at Dorchester MA
Died December 14, 1887 at New York NY
Buried Torresdale PA

William Farrar 'Baldy' Smith, Brevet Major General
Born February 17, 1824 at St. Albans VT
USMA 4th in 1845
Died February 28, 1903 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

William Sooy Smith, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born July 22, 1830 at Tarlton OH
USMA 6th in 1853
Resigned July 15, 1864
Died March 4, 1916 at Medford OR
Buried Forest Home Cemetery, Section 1, Lot 217, (North) Riverside IL

Thomas Alfred Smyth, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 25, 1832 at Ballyhooley, County Cork, Ireland
Mortally wounded April 7, 1865 near Farmsville
Died April 9, 1865 at residence of Col S. D. Burke
Last Union General killed in the war
Buried Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery, Wilmington DE

James Gallant Spears, Brigadier General
Born March 29, 1816 at Bledsoe County TN
Dismissed August 30, 1864 by verdict of court-marshal
Died July 22, 1869 at Braden's Knob, Bledsoe County TN
Buried Pikesville TN

Francis Barretto Spinola, Brigadier General
Born March 19, 1821 at Stony Point, Long Island NY
Died Washington DC
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Julius Stahel, Major General
Originally named Julius Számvald
Born November 5, 1825 at Szeged, Hungary
Wounded at Piedmont
Medal of Honor for actions at Piedmont
Died December 4, 1905 at New York NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

David Sloane Stanley, Brigadier General
Born June 1, 1828 at Cedar Valley OH
USMA 9th in 1852
Wounded at Franklin
Died March 13, 1902 at Washington DC
Buried Soldiers' Home Cemetery

George Jerrison Stannard, Brevet Major General
Born October 20, 1820 at Georgia VT
Captured during Maryland Campaign
Wounded at Gettysburg, Cold Harbor, and Fort Harrison
Died June 1, 1886 at Washington DC
Buried Lake View Cemetery, Burlington VT

James Blair Steedman, Major General
Born July 29, 1817 at Northumberland County PA
Died October 18, 1883 at Toledo OH
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo

Frederick Steele, Major General Volunteers
Born January 14, 1819 at Delhi NY
USMA 30th in 1843
Died January 12, 1868 at San Mateo CA in fall from buggy
Buried Woodlawn Memorial Park, Colma CA

Isaac Ingalls Stevens, Major General Volunteers (posthumously)
Born March 25, 1818 at Andover MA
USMA 1st in 1839
Killed September 1, 1862 near Chantilly VA
Buried Island Cemetery, Newport RI

John Dunlap Stevenson, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born June 8, 1821 at Staunton VA
Died January 22, 1897 at St. Louis MO
Buried Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis

Thomas Greely Stevenson, Brigadier General
Born February 3, 1836 at Boston MA
Killed May 10, 1864 on Richmond Campaign
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA

James Hughes Stokes, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 1815 at Hagerstown MD
USMA 18th in 1835
Died December 27, 1890 at New York
Buried Washington Street Cemetery, Geneva NY in unmarked grave

Charles John Meuller Stolbrand, Brigadier General
Born May 11, 1821 near Kristianstad, Sweden
Captured near Kingston GA
Died February 3, 1894 at Charleston SC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Charles Pomeroy Stone, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 30, 1824 at Greenfield MA
USMA 7th in 1845
Resigned September 13, 1864
Died January 24, 1887 at New York NY
Buried West Point

George Stoneman, Major General Volunteers
Born August 22, 1822 at Busti NY
USMA 33rd in 1846
Captured on raid to free prisoners at Andersonville
Died September 5, 1894 at Buffalo NY
Buried Lakewood NY

Edwin Henry Stoughton, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Born June 23, 1838 at Chester, Windsor County VT
USMA 17th in 1859
Captured March 8, 1863 from bed at Fairfax Court House by Mosby and his men
Died December 25, 1868 at New York NY
Buried Imanuel Cemetery, Rockingham VT

George Crockett Strong, Major General Volunteers (posthumously)
Born October 16, 1832 at Stockbridge VT
USMA 5th in 1857
Wounded July 18, 1863 at Battery Wagner
Contracted 'lockjaw' and died July 30, 1863 at New York NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

William Kerley Strong, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born March 12, 1816 at Duanesburg NY
Resigned October 20, 1863
Died March 16, 1867 at New York NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

David Stuart, Brigadier General (rejected)
Born March 12, 1816 at Brooklyn NY
Wounded at Shiloh
Relieved of command after Senate rejected promotion
Died September 11, 1868 at Detroit MI
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit

Frederick Shearer Stumbaugh, Brigadier General Volunteers (revoked)
Born April 14, 1817 near Shippensburg PA
Honorably discharged May 15, 1863
Died February 25, 1897 at Topeka KS
Buried Topeka Cemetery, Topeka

Samuel Davis Sturgis, Brevet Major General
Born June 11, 1822 at Shippensburg PA
USMA 32nd in 1846
Died September 28, 1889 at St. Paul MN
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Jeremiah Cutler Sullivan, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 1, 1830 at Madison IN
Son-in-law of US General Benjamin F. Kelley
Died October 21, 1890 at Oakland CA
Buried Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland

Alfred Sully, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born May 22, 1820 at Philadelphia PA
USMA 1841
Died April 27, 1879 at Fort Vancouver WA
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

Edwin Vose 'Bull Head' Sumner, Major General Volunteers
Born January 30, 1797 at Boston MA
Wounded twice during Peninsular Campaign
Died March 21, 1863 at Syracuse NY of pneumonia
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse

Wager Swayne, Brevet Major General
Born November 10, 1834 at Columbus OH
Son of US Supreme Court Justice Noah Haynes Swayne
Medal of Honor for gallantry at Corinth
Died December 18, 1902 at New York NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Thomas William Sweeny, Brigadier General
Born December 25, 1820 at County Cork, Ireland
Wounded at Wilson's Creek and Shiloh
Died April 10, 1892 at Astoria, Long Island NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

George 'Tardy George' Sykes, Major General Volunteers
Born October 9, 1822 at Dover DE
USMA 39th in 1842
Died February 8, 1880 at Fort Brown TX
Buried West Point

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George William Taylor, Brigadier General
Born November 22, 1808 at Hunterdon County NJ
Mortally wounded August 1862 at railroad bridge over Bull Run
Died September 1, 1862 at Alexandria VA
Buried Rock Church Cemetery, Hunterdon County NJ

Joseph Pannell Taylor, Commissary General/Brigadier General
Born May 4, 1796 at 'Springfields' near Louisville KY
Brother of US President Zachary Taylor
Uncle of CS General Richard Taylor
Uncle of Sara Knox, first wife of CS President Jefferson Davis
Died June 29, 1864 of natural causes
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Nelson Taylor, Brigadier General
Born June 8, 1821 at South Norwalk CT
Resigned January 19, 1863
Died January 16, 1894 at South Norwalk CT
Buried Riverside Cemetery, South Norwalk CT

William Rufus Terrill, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born April 21, 1834 at Covington VA
Brother of CS General James Barbour Terrill
USMA 16th in 1853
Mortally wounded and died October 8, 1862 at Perryville
Buried West Point

Alfred Howe Terry, Major General Volunteers
Born November 10, 1827 at Hartford CT
Died December 16, 1890 at New Haven CT
Buried Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven CT

Henry Dwight Terry, Brigadier General
Born March 16, 1812 at Hartford CT
Resigned February 7, 1865
Died June 22, 1869 at Washington DC
Buried Clinton Grove Cemetery, Mt. Clemens MI

John Milton Thayer, Brevet Major General
Born January 24, 1820 at Bellingham MA
Died March 19, 1906 at Lincoln NE
Buried Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln NE

George Henry Thomas, Major General
"Rock of Chickamauga"
Born July 31, 1816 at Southampton County VA
USMA 12th in 1840
Died March 28, 1870 at San Francisco CA
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Troy NY

Henry Goddard Thomas, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born April 4, 1837 at Portland ME
Died January 23, 1897 at Oklahoma City OK
Buried Portland ME

Lorenzo Thomas, Brevet Major General
Born October 26, 1804 at New Castle DE
USMA 17th in 1823
Died March 2, 1875 at Washington DC
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown DC

Stephen Thomas, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 6, 1809 at Bethel ME
Wounded at Port Hudson
Medal of Honor for distinguished conduct at Cedar Creek
Died December 18, 1903 at Montpelier VT
Buried Green Mount Cemetery, Montpelier

Charles Mynn Thruston, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 22, 1798 at Lexington KY
USMA 1814
Resigned April 17, 1862
Died February 18, 1873 at Cumberland MD
Buried Rose Hill Cemetery, Cumberland MD

William Badger Tibbits, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born May 31, 1837 at Hoosick Falls NY
Died February 10, 1880 at Troy NY
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Troy NY

Davis Tilson, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born April 14, 1830 at Rockland ME
Died April 30, 1895 at Rockland ME
Buried Rockland ME

John Blair Smith Todd, Brigadier General Volunteers (expired)
Born April 4, 1814 at Lexington KY
USMA 1837
Died January 5, 1872 at Yankton SD (Dakota Territory)
Buried Yankton SD

Alfred Thomas Archimedes Torbert, Brevet Major General
Born July 1, 1833 at Georgetown DE
USMA 21st in 1855
Drowned August 29, 1880 in wreck of the Santa Cruz off Cape Canaveral FL
Buried Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Milford DE

Joseph Gilbert Totten, Brevet Major General
Born April 17, 1788 at New Haven CT
USMA 1805 (First Graduating Class)
Died April 22, 1864 at Washington DC of pneumonia
Buried Congressional Cemetery, Washington DC

Zealous Bates Tower, Brevet Major General
Born January 12, 1819 at Cohasset MA
USMA 1st in 1841
Wounded at Second Bull Run/Manassas
Died March 20, 1900 at Cohasset MA
Buried Central Cemetery, Cohasset MA

John Basil Turchin, Brigadier General
Name was Ivan Vasilovitch Turchinoff
Born January 30, 1822 at Province of the Don, Russia
Graduate of Imperial Military School St. Petersburg, Russia
Resigned October 4, 1864 due to ill health
Died June 19, 1901 at Anna IL
Buried National Cemetery, Mound City IL

John Wesley Turner, Brevet Major General
Born July 19, 1833 near Saratoga NY
USMA 14th in 1855
Died April 8, 1899 at St. Louis MO
Buried Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis MO

James Madison Tuttle, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 24, 1823 at Summerfield OH
Resigned June 4, 1864 on allegations of extortion and profiteering
Died October 24, 1892 near Casa Grande AZ Territory
Buried Woodland Cemetery, Des Moines IA

Daniel Tyler, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 7, 1799 at Brooklyn CT
Uncle of US General Robert Ogden Tyler
Resigned April 6, 1864
Founded Anniston AL
Died November 30, 1882 at New York NY while on a trip
Buried Hillside Cemetery, Anniston AL

Erastus Barnard Tyler, Brevet Major General
Born April 24, 1822 at West Bloomfield NY
Died January 9, 1891 at Calverton (Baltimore) MD
Buried Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore MD

Robert Ogden Tyler, Brevet Major General
Born December 22, 1831 at Hunter NY
Nephew of US General Daniel Tyler
USMA 1853
Wounded at Cold Harbor
Died December 1, 1874 at Boston MA
Buried Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford CT

George Hector Tyndale, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born March 24, 1821 at Philadelphia PA
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Resigned August 26, 1864 for ill health
Died March 19, 1880 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia

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Daniel Ullmann, Brevet Major General
Born April 28, 1810 at Wilmington DE
Captured on retreat from Cedar Mountain
Died September 20, 1892 at Nyack NY
Buried Oakhill Cemetery, Nyack

Adin Ballou Underwood, Brevet Major General
Born May 19, 1828 at Milford MA
Wounded during Chattanooga Campaign
Died January 24, 1888 at Boston MA
Buried Newton Cemetery, Newton MA

Emory Upton, Brevet Major General
Born August 27, 1839 near Batavia NY
USMA 8th in 1861
Wounded during Shenandoah Valley Campaign
Committed suicide March 15, 1881 at San Francisco CA
Buried Fort Hill Cemetery, Auburn NY

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James Henry Van Alen, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 17, 1819 at Kinderhook NY
Resigned July 14, 1863
Drowned July 22, 1886 off liner Umbria
Body never recovered

Horatio Phillips Van Cleve, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born November 23, 1809 at Princeton NJ
USMA 1831
Wounded at Stone's River/Murfreesboro
Died August 24, 1891 at Minneapolis MN
Buried Lakewood Cemetery

Ferdinand Van Derveer, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born February 27, 1823 at Butler County OH
Died November 5, 1892 at Hamilton OH
Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton OH

William Vandever, Brevet Major General
Born March 31, 1817 at Baltimore MD
Died July 23, 1893 at Ventura CA
Buried Ventura Cemetery, Ventura CA

Stewart Van Vliet, Brevet Major General
Born July 21, 1815 at Ferrisburg VT
USMA 9th in 1840
Died March 28, 1901 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Charles Henry Van Wyck, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 10, 1824 at Poughkeepsie NY
Died October 24, 1895 at Washington DC
Buried Milford PA

James Clifford Veatch, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born December 19, 1819 at Elizabethtown IN
Died December 22, 1895 at Rockport IN
Buried Sun Set Hill Cemetery, Rockport

Egbert Ludovicus Viele, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 17, 1825 at Waterford NY
USMA 1847
Died April 22, 1902 at New York NY
Buried West Point

Strong Vincent, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 17, 1837 at Waterford PA
Mortally wounded July 2, 1863 Gettysburg
Died July 7, 1863 in field hospital at Gettysburg
Buried Erie Cemetery, Erie PA

Francis Laurens Vinton, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 1, 1835 at Fort Preble ME
USMA 1856
Wounded at Fredericksburg
Resigned May 5, 1863 due to health
Died October 6, 1879 at Leadville CO of erisipelas
Buried Swan Point Cemetery, Providence RI

Israel Vogdes, Brevet Brigadier General
Born August 4, 1816 at Willistown, Chester County PA
USMA 11th in 1837
Died December 7, 1889 at New York NY
Buried West Point

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Baron Adolph Wilhelm August Friedrich von Steinwehr, Brigadier General
Born September 25, 1822 at Blankenburg, Brunswick, Germany
Brunswick Military Academy
Died February 25, 1877 at Buffalo NY
Buried Albany Rural Cemetery, Albany NY

Melancthon Smith Wade, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born December 2, 1802 at Cincinnati OH
Resigned March 18, 1862
Died August 11, 1868 at Avondale (Cincinnati) OH
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

James Samuel Wadsworth, Major General (posthumously)
Born October 30, 1807 at Geneseo NY
Mortally wounded and captured May 6, 1864 the Wilderness
Died May 8, 1864 at a Confederate field hospital
Buried Temple Hill Cemetery, Geneseo NY

George Day Wagner, Brigadier General
Born September 22, 1829 at Ross County OH
Died February 13, 1869 at Indianapolis IN
Buried Armstrong Cemetery near Greenhill, Warren County IN

Charles Carroll Walcutt, Brevet Major General
Born February 12, 1838 at Columbus OH
Kentucky Military Institute 1858
Wounded at Shiloh and Griswoldville
Died November 2, 1898 at Omaha NE while on visit
Buried Greenlawn Cemetery, Columbus OH

Lewis 'Lew' Wallace, Major General Volunteers
Born April 10, 1827 at Brookville IN
Member of commission which tried Lincoln conspirators
President of court-marshal which tried and condemned Henry Wirz
Author of Ben Hur
Died February 15, 1905 at Crawfordsville IN
Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville

William Harvey Lamb Wallace, Brigadier General
Born July 8, 1821 at Urbana OH
Mortally wounded April 6, 1862 Shiloh
Died April 10, 1862 at Grant's Headquarters Savannah TN
Buried Private Cemetery near Ottawa IL

John Henry Hobart Ward, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born June 17, 1823 at New York NY
Honorably mustered out July 18, 1864
Killed July 24, 1903 at Monroe NY when run over by train
Buried Community Cemetery, Monroe

William Thomas 'Old Pap' Ward, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born August 9, 1808 at Amelia County VA
Wounded twice at Resaca
Died October 12, 1878 at Louisville KY
Buried Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville

James Meech Warner, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 29, 1836 at Middlebury VT
USMA 2nd to last in 1860
Wounded at Spotsylvania
Died March 16, 1897 at New York NY of stroke
Buried Middlebury VT

Fitz-Henry Warren, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born January 11, 1816 at Brimfield MA
Died June 21, 1878 at Brimfield MA
Buried Brimfield

Gouverneur Kemble Warren, Major General Volunteers
Born January 8, 1830 at Cold Spring NY
USMA 2nd in 1850
Wounded at Gaines' Mills
Died August 8, 1882 at Newport RI
Buried Island Cemetery, Newport RI

Cadwallader Colden Washburn, Major General
Born April 22, 1818 at Livermore ME
Died May 14, 1882 at Eureka Springs AR while on health pilgrimage
Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, LaCrosse WI

Louis Douglass Watkins, Brigadier General
Born November 29, 1833 at Tallahassee FL
Son-in-law of US General Lovell Harrison Rousseau
Died March 29, 1868 at New Orleans LA
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Alexander Stewart Webb, Brevet Major General
Born February 15, 1835 at New York NY
USMA 13th in 1855
Wounded at Gettysburg
Medal of Honor for actions at Gettysburg
Died February 11, 1911 at Riverdale NY
Buried West Point

Max Weber, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born August 27, 1824 at Achern, Baden, Germany
Karlsruhe Military School 1843
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Died June 15, 1901 at Brooklyn NY
Buried Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn

Joseph Dana Webster, Brevet Major General
Born August 25, 1811 at Hampton NH
Died March 12, 1876 at Palmer House in Chicago IL
Buried Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago

Stephen Hinsdale Weed, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 17, 1831 at Potsdam NY
USMA 27th in 1854
Killed July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg
Buried Moravian Cemetery, New Dorp, Staten Island NY

Godfrey Weitzel, Major General
Born November 1, 1835 at Cincinnati OH
USMA 2nd in 1855
Died March 19, 1884 at Philadelphia PA
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH

William Wells, Brevet Major General
Born December 14, 1837 at Waterbury VT
Wounded at Boonsboro MD
Died April 29, 1892 at New York NY
Buried Lake View Cemetery, Burlington VT

Thomas Welsh, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born May 5, 1824 at Columbia PA
Died August 14, 1863 of malarial fever
Buried Mount Bethel Cemetery, Columbia PA

Henry Walton Wessells, Brevet Brigadier General
Born February 20, 1809 at Litchfield CT
USMA 1833
Captured at Plymouth NC
Died January 12, 1889 at Dover DE
Buried Litchfield CT

Joseph Rodman West, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 19, 1822 at New Orleans LA
Died October 31, 1898 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Frank Wheaton, Brevet Major General
Born May 8, 1833 at Rhode Island
Son-in-law of CS General Samuel Cooper
Died June 18, 1903 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Amiel Weeks Whipple, Major General
Born October 15, 1816 at Greenwich MA
USMA 5th in 1841
Mortally wounded May 4, 1863 at Chancellorsville
Died May 7, 1863 at Washington DC
Buried South Cemetery, Portsmouth NH

William Denison Whipple, Brevet Major General
Born August 2, 1826 at Nelson, Madison County NY
USMA 31st in 1851
Died April 1, 1902 at New York NY
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Walter Chiles Whitaker, Brevet Major General Volunteers
Born August 8, 1823 at Shelbyville KY
Wounded at Chattanooga
Died July 9, 1887 at Lyndon KY
Buried Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville KY

Julius White, Brevet Major General
Born September 23, 1816 at Cazenovia NY
Resigned November 19, 1864
Died May 12, 1890 at Evanston IL
Buried Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago IL

Edward Augustus Wild, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 25, 1825 at Brookline MA
Wounded at Seven Pines/Fair Oaks and South Mountain
Died August 28, 1891 at Medellín, Columbia
Buried Medellín, Columbia, Cementerio de San Pedro

Orlando Bolivar Willcox, Brevet Major General
Born April 16, 1823 at Detroit MI
USMA 8th in 1847
Wounded and captured at First Bull Run/Manassas
Medal of Honor for gallantry at First Bull Run
Died May 10, 1907 at Coburg, Ontario, Canada
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Alpheus Starkey Williams, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born September 20, 1810 at Saybrook CT
Died December 21, 1878 at Washington DC
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit MI

David Henry Williams, Brigadier General Volunteers (never approved)
Born March 19, 1819 at Otsego County NY
Died June 1, 1891 at Allegheny (Pittsburgh) PA
Buried Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh

Nelson Grosvenor Williams, Brigadier General Volunteers (never approved)
Born May 4, 1823 at Bainbridge NY
Wounded at Shiloh
Resigned November 29, 1862
Died November 30, 1897 at Brooklyn NY
Buried Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn

Seth Williams, Brevet Major General
Born March 22, 1822 at Augusta ME
USMA 1842
Died March 23, 1866 at Boston MA of congestion of brain
Buried Forest Grove Cemetery, Augusta ME

Thomas Williams, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born January 10, 1815 at Albany NY
USMA 12th in 1837
Killed August 5, 1862 at Baton Rouge
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit MI

James Alexander Williamson, Brevet Major General
Born February 8, 1829 at Adair County KY
Wounded 5 times
Died September 7, 1902 at Jamestown RI
Buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Georgetown DC

August (Von) Willich, Brigadier General
Born November 19, 1810 at Braunsberg, Prussia
Captured at Stone's River/Murfreesboro
Wounded at Resaca
Died January 22, 1878 at St. Mary's OH
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, St. Mary's

James Harrison Wilson, Brevet Major General
Born September 2, 1837 near Shawneetown IL
USMA 6th in 1860
Troops captured Jefferson Davis
Died February 23, 1925 at Wilmington DE
Buried Old Swedes Churchyard, Wilmington

Isaac Jones Wistar, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born November 14, 1827 at Philadelphia
Wounded at Antietam/Sharpsburg
Resigned September 15, 1864
Died September 18, 1905 at Claymont DE
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

Thomas John Wood, Major General
Born September 25, 1823 at Munfordville KY
Cousin of CS General Benjamin Hardin Helm
USMA 5th in 1845
Wounded at Stone's River/Murfreesboro and Lovejoy Station
Died February 25, 1906 at Dayton OH
Buried West Point

David Phineas Woodbury, Brevet Major General
Born December 16, 1812 at New London NH
USMA 1836
Died August 15, 1864 at Key West FL of yellow fever
Buried Fort Barrancas National Cemetery, Pensacola FL

Charles Robert Woods, Brevet Major General
Born February 19, 1827 at Newark OH
Brother of US General William Burnham Woods
USMA 20th in 1852
Died February 26, 1885 at 'Woodside' near Newark OH
Buried Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newark OH

William Burnham Woods, Brevet Major General
Born August 3, 1824 at Newark OH
Brother of US General Charles Robert Woods
Died May 14, 1887 at Washington DC
Buried Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newark OH

John Ellis Wool, Major General
Born February 29, 1784 at Newburgh NY
Retired August 1, 1863
Died November 10, 1869 at Troy NY
Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Troy

George Wright, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born October 21, 1803 at Norwich VT
USMA 24th in 1822
Died July 30, 1865 when steamer Brother Jonathan went down off Crescent City CA
Buried City Cemetery, Sacramento CA

Horatio Gouverneur Wright, Brevet Major General
Born March 6, 1820 at Clinton CT
USMA 2nd in 1841
Wounded at Cedar Creek
Died July 2, 1899 at Washington DC
Buried Arlington National Cemetery

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Samuel Kosciuszko Zook, Brigadier General Volunteers
Born 1823 at Chester County PA
Mortally wounded July 2, 1863 Gettysburg
Died July 3, 1863 at a field hospital in Gettysburg
Buried Montgomery Cemetery, Norristown PA
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