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Walter H Taylor (1838-1916); VMI, Class of 1857 (resigned but was made honor graduate in 1870). Lt. Col., CSA.

Walter H Taylor (1838-1916); VMI, Class of 1857 (resigned but was made honor graduate in 1870). Lt. Col., CSA.

Hamilton Prioleau Bee (July 22, 1822 – October 3, 1897) was an American politician in early Texas who served one term as Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives and later was a Confederate States Army general during the American Civil War. Bee was born in Charleston, South Carolina

Hamilton Prioleau Bee (July 22, 1822 – October 3, 1897) was an American politician in early Texas who served one term as Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives and later was a Confederate States Army general during the American Civil War. Bee was born in Charleston, South Carolina

Champ Ferguson was one of only two men to be tried, convicted and executed for war crimes during the Civil War. Ferguson was a Confederate guerrilla  who claimed to have killed over 100 Union soldiers. After being pronounced guilty, he responded, "I am yet and will die a Rebel … I killed a good many men, of course, but I never killed a man who I did not know was seeking my life." He was hanged on October 20, 1865.

Champ Ferguson was one of only two men to be tried, convicted and executed for war crimes during the Civil War. Ferguson was a Confederate guerrilla who claimed to have killed over 100 Union soldiers. After being pronounced guilty, he responded, "I am yet and will die a Rebel … I killed a good many men, of course, but I never killed a man who I did not know was seeking my life." He was hanged on October 20, 1865.

Lt. J. B. Washington and Second Lt. George Custer. This picture was taken after Washington was captured as a Confederate prisoner. Washington and Custer were ex-classmates and friends. Custer is best known for The Battle of Little Bighorn, aka “Custer’s Last Stand,” part of the Great Sioux War. Custer lost his life and his regiment suffered a severe defeat.

Lt. J. B. Washington and Second Lt. George Custer. This picture was taken after Washington was captured as a Confederate prisoner. Washington and Custer were ex-classmates and friends. Custer is best known for The Battle of Little Bighorn, aka “Custer’s Last Stand,” part of the Great Sioux War. Custer lost his life and his regiment suffered a severe defeat.

Civil War Confederate Generals | ... of Major General Mansfield Lovell, officer of the Confederate Army

Civil War Confederate Generals | ... of Major General Mansfield Lovell, officer of the Confederate Army

William Nelson Rector Beall (March 20, 1825 – July 25, 1883) was a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

William Nelson Rector Beall (March 20, 1825 – July 25, 1883) was a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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