James Bowen (1808-1886)
James Bowen was a wealthy New Yorker who was the first president of the Erie Railroad, a state legislator, and the first police commissioner of New York City. After raising several regiments, he was named Brigadier General and was Provost Marshal of the Department of the Gulf. He was brevetted Major General.
- 1863 circa 5 years
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