Confederate generals always had troops and slaves under their command.
Generals Armisted, Garnett, Pettigrew.
A listing of Confederate Generals can be found at Confederate Generals of The South. Please refer to the link on this answer page.
Seventy-seven Confederate generals were killed or mortally wounded in the US Civil War. Also, of these seventy-seven, twenty-one generals had been previously wounded in battles before the battle in which they were killed.
Casualty rates among Confederate generals during the US Civil War were high. In the war, 55% of all Rebel generals were either killed or wounded . This amounted to 235 of the 435 generals. Most of the Confederate losses among generals occurred as they led their troops into battle.
The Confederate Generals Garnett, Armistead and Pettigrew.
Atticus says that naming people after confederate generals makes for a slow and steady drinker
He was out of his depth, unable to control his cabinet or his Generals.
The confederate army had better generals
There were hundreds of Confederate Generals in the war. The leading was Lieutenant General Robert E. Lee. In early 1865, President Davis appointed Lee to be what is considered the general in chief of Confederate military forces.
Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee :)
There is always a debate on how many generals there were in the Civil War. Both sides in the war had militia so for the purpose of this question let only count the generals that were properly appointed or nominated. For the Union side there was 564 generals, and for the Confederate side there were 401.
Three sons of Confederate General Robert E. Lee served in the Confederate army. Two were major generals and one was a captain.
Here is a great site that will answer who were the Confederate Generals: http://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/Confederate_Generals.htm
Robert E. Lee
McLellan (Union) Lee (Confederate)
There were more than six hundred Yankee generals, and about 425 Confederates - too many to try to list here. There is a book, Ezra Warner's "Generals in Gray" which has a short biography of each of the 425 Confederate generals. I think somebody since has done the same for the Union generals.
Union - Joseph Hooker. Confederate - Robert E.Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
there were two generals, robert anderson for the union and pgt beareguard for the confederate
During the First Battle of Chattanooga the generals were: Union Major General Buell and Confederate Brigadier Generals Morgan and Forrest; during the Second Battle: Union Major General Rosencrans and Confederate Braxton Bragg; during the third one: Union Major General Grant and Confederate Braxton Bragg.
About 5 Union General deaths and 9 Confederate General deaths A lot more than 14 generals. Just Google how many generals died in the civil war. Sites give list of names and other info
Generals Lee and "Stonewall" Jackson