Medical Histories of Confederate Generals
This is a compilation of the medical histories of 425 Confederate generals. It does not analyze the effects of an individual's medical problems on a battle or the war, but provides information about factors that may have contributed to the wound, injury, or illness, and the outcome.
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Alabama ambulance amputation appointed brigadier April Arkansas August Battle became blood bone Born January brigadier general ranked bullet buried captain Cause of death Cavalry City Cemetery Civil command commission as brigadier Confederacy Confederate Army County DEATH CERTIFICATE December diarrhea died disease elected colonel entered Confederate service Federal troops fever Following Georgia Gettysburg graduated from USMA Hill Cemetery Hollywood Cemetery horse hospital Hunter McGuire Infantry injury Jackson James John Johnston July June Kentucky later law practice lieutenant colonel Louisiana Mexican War Mexico miniť ball Mississippi month Murfreesborough North Carolina November October P. G. T. Beauregard pain poor health promoted to brigadier recovered regiment reported resigned returned to duty Richmond Robert September 17 September 1862 served severely wounded Sharpsburg shell fragment shot shoulder sick leave slightly wounded South surgeon Tenn Tennessee Texas thigh U.S. Army Virginia Walker William
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