52 cadets graduated

Cadets who served in the Civil War

Benjamin Allston 26 Colonel
George Bell 14 Lt. Colonel USA Commissary staff
Matthew M. Blunt 8 Captain USA
William Robertson Boggs 4 Brigadier General
John Stevens Bowen 13 Brigadier General Died as prisoner after Vicksburg surrender, July 1863
Alexander Chambers 43 Brigadier General
John Randolph Chambliss, Jr. 31 Colonel
William Craig 52 CaptainUSA Quartermaster staff
William Price Craighill 2 Captain USA Corps of Engineers
Benjamin F. Chamberlin 27 Major
John G. Chandler 21 Captain USA
Henry Brevard Davidson 33 Brigadier General
Richard C. Duryea 20 Colonel
William McE. Dye 32 Colonel
John H. Edson 28 Lieutenant Colonel
Thomas Hight 9 Colonel
John Bell Hood 44 Lieutenant General
Robert F. Hunter 46 First Lieutenant USA Casiered for drunkeness Nov. 1861
Walworth Jenkins 23 Captain USA
Edmund C. Jones 42 Captain USA Casiered for drunkeness July 1862
Thomas M. Jones 47 Colonel
Alfred E. Latimer 38 Captain USA
La Rhett L. Livingston 19 Captain USA
William W. Lowe 30 Colonel
James McIntyre 49 Captain USA
James Birdseye McPherson 1 Major General
Elmer Otis 37 Major USA
Louis H. Pelouze 17 Lt. Colonel
Augustus Plummer 48 Captain USA
Lucius L. Rich 50 Colonel Mortally wounded at Shiloh, died in Aug. 1862
Reuben Ross 51 Brigadier General
John McAllister Schofield 7 Major General
Philip Henry Sheridan 34 Major General
Francis J. Shunk 5 Captain USA Ordnance staff
Joshua Woodrow Sill 3 Brigadier General Killed at Stone River, December 1862
Benjamin Franklin Smith 39 Colonel
James Argyle Smith 45 Brigadier General
William Sooy Smith 6 Brigadier General
N. Bowman Sweitzer 24 Lieutenant Colonel
Henry C. Symonds 12 Major USA
William Rufus Terrill 16 Brigadier General Killed at Perryville, 1862
Robert Ogden Tyler 22 Brigadier General
Thomas R. Vincent 11 Major USA
Henry Harrison Walker 41 Brigadier General
William A. Webb 35 Colonel died on duty Smithton, Mo., Dec. 1861
Thomas Wilson 29 Captain USA Commissary staff
James L. White 25 Major

 

Cadets who did not serve in the Civil War

George R. Bissel 10 Resigned 1856
James D. Burns 15 First Lieutenant Died on duty Baton Rouge, La., 1854
John L. Grattan 36 Second Lieutenant Killed in the Grattan Massacre near Ft. Laramie, 1853
Silas P. Higgins 40 First Lieutenant Died on duty Ft. Yuma, Cal. 1860
Owen F. Solomon 18 First Lieutenant Died on duty Ft. Laramie, Dakota Terr., 1859