Felix H. Robertson was the last surviving general of the Confederate States of America. Robertson was from Texas and was born in 1839 and he died in 1928.
Confederate Colonel William L. Jackson adopted the nickname, 'Mudwall', from inspiration of his more famous cousin, 'Stonewall'.
Regimental chaplains ministered to troops on both sides of the conflict and were considered officers, although they could give no commands. They were much better paid than the members of their flocks, receiving $80.00 per month in the South and $100.00 per month in the North.
General George B. Crittenden was reduced to the unofficial rank of Colonel after being drunk at the Battle of Mill Springs, Kentucky, in January of 1862.