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Texas Generals

The State of Texas provided a considerable number of officers who rose to the rank of brigadier general and were ultimately confirmed by the Confederate goverment in Richmond. There were a number who were appointed to general officer positions within the Trans-Mississippi Department late in the war when communications with Richmond were impossible or the central government could not act even though hostilities in the West required command positions to be filled. It is our pleasure to honor and commemorate these honorable men who served the Confederate States of America, of which Texas was a proud member.

Hamilton Prioleau Bee (1822-1897)
Matthew Duncan Ector (1822-1879)
Richard Montgomery Gano (1830-1913)
Hiram Bronson Granbury (1831-1864)
Thomas Green (1814-1864)
Elkanah Brackin Greer (1825-1877)
John Gregg (1828-1864)
William Polk Hardeman (1816-1898)
James Edward Harrison (1815-1875)
Thomas Harrison (1823-1891)
John Bell Hood (1831-1879)
Albert Sidney Johnston (1803-1862)
Wilburn Hill King (1839-1910) *ATM
Walter Paye Lane (1817-1892)
Hinchie Parham Mabry (1829-1885) *ATM
Samuel Bell Maxey (1825-1895)
Benjamin McCulloch (1811-1862)
Henry Eustace McCulloch (1811-1862)
John Creed Moore (1824-1910)
Allison Nelson (1822-1862)
Horace Randal (1833-1864) *ATM
Felix Huston Robertson (1839-1928)
Jerome Bonaparte Robertson (1815-1890)
Lawrence Sullivan Ross (1838-1898)
Thomas Lafayette Rosser (1836-1910)
William Read Scurry (1821-1864)
William Steele (1819-1885)
Alexander Watkins Terrell (1827-1912) *ATM
Richard Waterhouse (1832-1876)
Thomas Neville Waul (1813-1903)
John Austin Wharton (1828-1864)
John Wilkins Whitfield (1818-1879)
Louis Trezevant Wigfall (1816-1874)
William Hugh Young (1838-1901)
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