42 cadets graduated

Cadets who served in the Civil War

Thomas L. Alexander 29 Lt. Colonel USA
Lloyd J. Beall 25 Colonel Commandant of the CSA Marine Corps
Albert Taylor Bledsoe 16 Colonel Became Asst. Secretary of War
Robert Christie Buchanan 31 Brigadier General* *not confirmed by Senate and expired
Meriwether Lewis Clark 23 Colonel
William C. Heyward 26 Colonel
Jesse H. Leavenworth 22 Colonel
John Bankhead Magruder 17 Major General
George W. Patten 36 Lt. Colonel USA
William N. Pendleton 3 Brgadier General
Edwin Rose 14 Colonel Resigned July 1862, Died Jan. 1864
Robert H.K. Whitely 13 Lt. Colonel USA

 

Cadets who did not serve in the Civil War

John W. Barry 8 Resigned 1836, died 1837
William E. Basinger 2 Second Lieutenant Killed in Dade’s Massacre by the Seminoles, 1835
John H.K. Burwin 28 Captain Mortally wounded at Pueblo de Taos, N.M. 1847
Walter S. Chandler 3 Second Lieutenant Drowned on duty in Mobile Bay, 1835
John M. Clendenin 41 First Lieutenant Died on duty at Madison barracks, N.Y. 1842
John T. Collinsworth 24 Resigned 1836, died 1837
Camillus C. Daviess 32 Resigned 1838, died 1842
Simon H. Drum 11 Captain Killed in the Assaut on Mexico City 1847
William Eustis 37 Resigned 1840
James M. Hill 20 Captain Died on duty at Baltimore, Md. a849
Samuel Kinney 21 First Lieutenant Died on duty at Ft. Gibson, Indian Ter. 1835
George W. Lawson 6 Resigned 1831, died 1832
Thomas J. Lee 7 Resigned 1855
Stephen B. Legate 42 Resigned August, died November 1835
Thomas B. Linnard 9 Captain Died on duty at Philadelphia 1851
David A. Manning 38 Second Lieutenant Died on duty at Key West, Fla., 1835
George W. McClure 39 Scond Lieutenant Died on duty at Cross Timbers, Indian Ter. 1834
John W. Murray 18 Bvt. Second Lieutenant Killed, riding accident, Ft. Gibson, Indian Ter. 1830
Benjamin Poole 10 First Lieutenant Died on duty at St. Augustine Fla., 1839
James H. Prentiss 12 Captain Died on duty at Ft. Polk, Texas, 1848
Joseph Ritner, Jr. 27 Second Lieuteant Died on leave of absence 1834
Richard H. Ross 40 Captain Died on sick leave, 1851
Thomas J. Royster 34 Bvt. Second Lieutenant Died on duty at Rock Island, Ill., 1832
John S. Stoddard 17 Resigned 1832, died 1862
ALexander J. Swift 1 Captain Died on duty at New Orleans, La., 1847
James H. Taylor 30 Second Lieutenant Drowned on duty in Indian Ter. 1835
John S. Vanderveer 33 Resigned 1840
Francis Vinton 4 Resigned 1836
James West 19 Second Lieutenant Died on duty at Ft. Gibson, Indian Ter., 1834
George Wilson 35 Resigned 1837

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