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Jackson's Shenandoah Valley Campaign Staff
Southern Historical Society Papers.

Richmond, Va., Aug., 1920. New Series, Vol. 5, Old Series, Vol. XLIII.

        The following is a list of the officers who served during parts, or during the whole of the Valley campaign on Gen. Jackson's staff. They were not all on duty at the same time, but from the loss of the order books of the command the dates of assignment and the periods of service are in many cases not known.

As Adjutant-
        General Lieut.-Col. J. T. L. Preston (to February 1, 1862).
        Maj. A. H. Jackson.
        Maj. R. L. Dabney (assigned April 24, 1862).

As Assistant Adjutant-General:
        Lieut. A. S. Pendleton.

As Inspector-General:
        Lieut.-Col. W. S. H. Baylor (to April 24, 1862).
        Col. A. Smead.
        Lieut. Henry Kyd Douglas.

As Chief of Artillery:
        Maj. D. Trueheart.
        Lieut.-Col. S. Crutchfield.

As Assistant to Chief of Artillery:
        Lieut. Ed. Willis.

As Engineer:
        Lieut. J. K. Boswell.

As Topographical Engineer:
        Mr. Jed. Hotchkiss.

As Medical Director:
        Surgeon Hunter McGuire.

As Acting Medical Director:
        Surgeon H. Black.

As Ordnance Officer:
        Lieut. Jas. M. Garnett.
        Lieut. H. H. Lee.
        Lieut. R. H. Meade.

As Chief Quartermaster:
        Maj. John A. Harman.

As Acting Chief Quartermaster:
        Lieut.-Col. M. G. Harman (in January, 1862).
        Capt. T. R. Sharp (in January, 1862).Mastermind behind the great train heist 

As Chief Commissary:
        Maj. Wells J. Hawks.

As Aide-de-Camp:
        Lieut. A. S. (Sandie) Pendleton (throughout the campaign).
        Lieut. George G. Junkin.

(Volunteer):
        Col. Charles J. Faulkener.
        Col. W. L. Jackson.

 
 
 

 
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