Re: [civilwarwest] Re: Who am I?
Maybe I missread some of the emails or maybe I didn't get the email with the answer on it. But who was it?
>From: Jfepperson@...>Reply-To: email@example.com>To: firstname.lastname@example.org>Subject: Re: [civilwarwest] Re: Who am I?>Date: Thu, 04 Nov 2004 15:34:02 -0500>>In a message dated 11/4/2004 1:36:21 PM Eastern Standard Time, "hank9174" <clarkc@...> writes:>>> >I left out the Wilderness 'Lee to the rear' episode figuring that> >would make it tooo easy ;)>>Actually, the giveaway was being killed in front of Richmond.>Very few officers started in the west and then moved east,>and even fewer were killed.>>JFE
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- In a message dated 11/4/2004 9:49:24 PM Eastern Standard Time, stupid1961@... writes:
Maybe I missread some of the emails or maybe I didn't get the email with the answer on it. But who was it?John GreggJFE
- --- In email@example.com, "Paul Liu" <stupid1961@h...>
>"John Gregg was born in Lawrence County, Alabama, on September 28,
1828. He graduated from La Grange College and studied law in
Tuscumbia. After moving to Fairfield, Texas, he was elected a
district judge, and was a member of the state secession convention.
Gregg served on the Provisional Confederate Congress until after the
First Battle of Bull Run in July of 1861.
He returned to Texas, and joined the state Confederate forces. The
regiment was captured in the surrender of Fort Donelson, but Gregg
was promoted to brigadier general on August 29, 1862, after he was
He participated in the Vicksburg Campaign, and was part of the
Confederate victory at Chickamauga. Gregg was seriously wounded at
Chickamauga, but recovered and took command of Lt. Gen. John B.
Hood's Texas Brigade. Gregg led the Hood's Texas Brigade at the
Battles of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor and Petersburg.
He was also active in the Petersburg Campaign.
Gregg was killed on October 7, 1864, while he was leading a
counterattack on the Darbytown Road. He was buried in Aberdeen,
Mississippi." - http://www.multied.com/Bio/CWcGENS/CSAGregg.html