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LIEUTENANT-GENERALS, IN ORDER OF RANK—Continued.
|Name.||State.||To Whom to Report.||Date of Appointment.||Date of Rank.||Date of Confirmation.||Date of Acceptance.||REMARKS.
|15||Richard H. Anderson||S. Carolina.||Gen. R. E. Lee||June 1, 1864.||May 31, 1864.||June 1,1864.||Commanded Longstreet's corps while he was disabled by wounds encountered in the Battle of the Wilderness.|
|16||Ambrose P. Stewart||Tennessee.||Gen. J. E. Johnston||June 23, 1864.||June 23, 1864.||Corps composed of the divisions of French, Loring and Walthall, Army of the West.|
|17||Nathan B. Forrest||Tennessee.||Gen. Beauregard||Feb. 28, 1865.||Feb. 28, 1865.||March 2, 1865.||Command composed of the cavalry divisions of Chalmers, Jackson and Buford, McCulloch's Second Missouri cavalry regiment as a special scouting force, and the Mississippi militia; Army of the West.|
|18||Wade Hampton||S. Carolina.||Gen. J. E. Johnston||Commanding cavalry In General Joseph E. Johnston's army during General Sherman's march through the Carolinas, and Butler's division of cavalry from the Army of Northern Virginia.|
|19||Simon B. Buckner||Kentucky||1865.||Commanding District of Louisiana.|
|20||Joseph Wheeler||Georgia||Gen. J. E. Johnston||Feb. 28, 1865.||Feb. 28, 1865.||Commanding cavalry divisions of Allen, Humes and Dibbrell, composed of the brigades of Allen, Anderson, Breckinridge, Crews, Dibbrell, Ferguson, Harrison, Iverson and Lewis; again, commanding cavalry corps, Army of Tennessee, composed of the divisions of Martin, Kelley and Humes, and at another time a cavalry division in the Army of Tennessee, composed of the brigades of Hagan, Wharton and Morgan.|
|21||John B. Gordon||Georgia||Gen. R. E. Lee||1865.||Commanding Second Army Corps, Army of Northern Virginia; at the time of General Lee's surrender, General Longstreet was in command of one wing of the Army of Northern Virginia and General Gordon of the other.|