|Object Name||ORDERS, MILITARY|
|Collection||CONFEDERATE MILITARY LEADERS COLLECTION|
|Scope & Content||
Charges & Specifications Preferred By Major General Thomas J. Jackson , Provisional Army of the Confederate States Against Brigadier General Richard B. Garnett, Provisional Army of the Confederate States
Physical Appearance: [ca. March 1862] - A set of charges and specifications made against Brigadier General Richard Brooke Garnett by Major General Thomas Jonathan Jackson, regarding Garnett's actions during the battle at Kernstown, "on or about March 23, 1862." Consists of 1 charge with 7 specifications. (Signed) T. J. Jackson, Maj[or] Gen[era]l, P. A. C. S. Witnesses: Major F. B. Jones, 2nd Virginia Infantry; 1st Lieutenant A. S. Pendleton, ADC; Major General T. J. Jackson, P. A. C. S.; Colonel John Echols, 27th Virginia Infantry; and Lieutenant Colonel J. R. Jones, 33rd Virginia Infantry. 2 legal-size pp. Marks: "G 385-c" at top of page . A photocopy is also available.
|Archival History||Jackson's charges & specifications against Garnett were formerly located in the MC 3 G-385(c) files. The document was transferred to the CML Collection in August 2002. A second photocopy is located in the CML Jackson Collection Box, [Range 5-6].|
Garnett, Richard Brooke
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall)
Fulkerson, Samuel V.
Jones, Francis B.
Pendleton, Alexander Swift (Sandie)
Jones, John R.
War crime trials