Name JACKSON, Conrad Feger
Born September 11 1813, Alsace PA
Died December 13 1862, Fredericksburg VA
Pre-War Profession Militia officer, Mexican War, US Revenue officer, railroad employee.
War Service July 1861 Col. of 38th Pennsylvania (9th Pennsylvania Reserves), Dranesville, Seven Days, July 1862 appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers, commanded 3rd Bde/3rd Divn/III Corps at Second Bull Run, commanded 3rd Bde/3rd Divn/I Corps at Fredericksburg (k).
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Name JACKSON, James Streshly
Born September 27 1823, Fayette Cty KY
Died October 8 1862, Perryville KY
Pre-War Profession Lawyer, Mexican War, US congressman.
War Service December 1861 recruited 3rd Kentucky Cavalry - Col., July 1862 appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers, commanded 10th Divn/Army of the Ohio at Perryville (k).
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Name JACKSON, Nathaniel James
Born July 28 1818, Newburyport MA
Died April 21 1892, Jamestown NY
Pre-War Profession Machinist, mill superintendent.
War Service May 1861 Col. of 1st Maine, September 1861 Col. of 5th Maine, Seven Days, Gaines' Mill (w), South Mountain, Antietam, September 1862 appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers, commanded draft rendezvous in New York, commanded 1st Divn/XX Corps in March to the Sea, Carolinas campaign.
Brevet Promotions Maj. Gen. U.S.V. March 13 1865.
Post War Career
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Name JACKSON, Richard Henry
Born July 14 1830, Kinnegad, Westmeath Cty, Ireland
Died November 28 1892, Atlanta GA
Pre-War Profession Enlisted US Army 1851, served in Florida and on the frontier, 1859 commissioned 2nd Lt.
War Service 1861 1st Lt in 4th US Artillery, Ft Pickens, Pensacola, Capt., Lt. Col., siege of Charleston, chief of artillery in X Corps, commanded 2nd Divn/XXV Corps at Petersburg, May 1865 appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers.
Brevet Promotions Brig. Gen. U.S.V. January 1 1865, Brig. Gen. U.S.A. March 13 1865, Maj. Gen. U.S.V. November 24 1865.
Post War Career Army service in the artillery.
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Name JAMESON, Charles Davis
Born February 24 1827, Orono ME
Died November 6 1862, on a steamboat between Boston and Bangor
Pre-War Profession Lumber businessman, militia officer.
War Service May 1861 Col. of 2nd Maine, First Bull Run, September 1861 appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers, commanded 1st Bde/3rd Divn/III Corps in Peninsula campaign, Seven Pines, contracted "camp fever" and returned to Maine.
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Name JOHNSON, Andrew
Born December 29 1808, Raleigh NC
Died July 31 1875, Carter Cty TN
Pre-War Profession Tailor, politician, US congressman, governor of Tennessee, US senator.
War Service March 1862 military governor of Tennessee and appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers, US Vice President.
Post War Career US President, US senator.
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On the Internet Andrew Johnson
Further reading
Trefousse, Hans L Andrew Johnson : a biography New York, Norton, c1989

Name JOHNSON, Richard W
Born February 27 1827, nr Smithland KY
Died April 21 1897, St Paul MN
Pre-War Profession Graduated West Point 1849, frontier duty.
War Service October 1861 appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers, commanded 3rd Bde/McCook's Divn/Army of the Ohio, forced to surrendered while pursuing John Hunt Morgan, exchanged in December 1862, commanded 2nd Divn/Army of the Cumberland at Stone's River, commanded 2nd Divn/XX Corps at Chickamauga, commanded 1st Divn/XIV Corps at Chattanooga, Atlanta campaign, New Hope Church (w), chief of cavalry in Military Division of the Mississippi, commanded 6th Divn at Nashville.
Brevet Promotions Brig. Gen. U.S.A. March 13 1865, Maj. Gen. U.S.V. March 13 1865, Maj. Gen. U.S.A. March 13 1865.
Post War Career College professor, author.
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Name JONES, Patrick Henry
Born November 20 1830, Cty Westmeath, Ireland
Died July 23 1900, Staten Island NY
Pre-War Profession Emigrated to US 1840, lawyer.
War Service July 1861 2nd Lt. in 37th New York, 1st Lt., Maj., Peninsula campaign, Seven Days, Second Bull Run campaign, October 1862 Col. of 154th New York, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (w,c), exchanged October 1863, Missionary Ridge, commanded 2nd Bde/2nd Divn/XX Corps in Atlanta campaign, March to the Sea, Carolinas campaign, December 1864 appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers.
Post War Career Court clerk, postmaster, lawyer.
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Name JUDAH, Henry Moses
Born June 12 1821, Snow Hill MD
Died January 14 1866, Plattsburg NY
Pre-War Profession Graduated West Point 1843, Mexican War, served in the Pacific Northwest.
War Service September 1861 Col. of 4th California, acting inspector general of the Army of the Tennessee, March 1862 appointed Brig. Gen. of Volunteers, commanded 1st Divn/Army of West Tennessee in siege of Corinth, acting inspector general of the Army of the Ohio, commanded 3rd Divn/XXIII Corps during Morgan's raid into Ohio, served in administrative capacity for the rest of the War.
Post War Career Army service in garrison duty.
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