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W. H. F. Lee; commanding Second Corps, A. N. V., at Chancellorsville ; chief of cavalry. A. N. V., January 31, 1864.

William Booth Taliaferro, colonel, 1861; colonel, Twenty-third Virginia Regiment, Infantry; brigadier-general, March 4, 1862; major-general, January 1, 1865; died in Gloucester county, Va., February 27, 1898.

Commands—Commanding post and troops at Gloucester Point, May 1, 1861; commanding at Carrick's Ford, January 13, 1861, to August, 1861; brigade composed of Twenty-third, Thirty-seventh and Forty-fourth Virginia Regiments, Infantry, and Rogers's Battery of Artillery, December, 1861; colonel commanding brigade composed of Twenty-third and Thirty-seventh Virginia, Third Arkansas and First Georgia Regiments, Infantry ; brigade March, 1862, composed of Tenth, Twenty-third and Thirty-seventh Virginia Regiments, Infantry, Army of the Valley, August, 1862, brigade composed of Tenth, Twenty-third and Thirty-seventh Virginia and Forty-seventh and Forty-eighth Alabama Regiments, Infantry; August 9, 1862, to January, 1863, commanding division composed of Stonewall Brigade and brigades of Campbell and Stark; March, 1863, commanding District of Savannah, Ga.; July, 1863, commanding defenses and troops on Morris Island, S. C.; August, 1863, commanding at James Island, S. C.; February, 1864, commanding divisions in Florida composed of the brigades of Finegan, Colquitt, Wise and Page; May, 1864, commanding Seventh Military District, South Carolina; December, 1864, commanding District of South Carolina; January, 1865, commanding division composed of brigades of Elliott, Rhett and Anderson.

James Barbour Terrill, major, Thirteenth Virginia Infantry, ——————, 1861; lieutenant-colonel and colonel, Thirteenth Virginia Infantry, ——————, 1861; brigadier-general, May 31, 1864; killed at battle of Bethesda Church, March 31, 1864.

Commands—Brigade composed of Thirteenth, Thirty-first, Forty-ninth, Fifty-second and Fifty-eighth Virginia Regiments, Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia.

William Terry, major, Fourth Regiment, Virginia Infantry, ——————, 1862; colonel, Fourth Regiment, Virginia Infantry, Sep-