William Wallace Burns (1825-1892)
William Wallace Burns, a West Pointer, fought in the Mexican War, then became brigadier general of volunteers in 1861. After Edward Baker's death, Burns led Baker's brigade at Seven Pines, Savage Station, and Glendale. Burns - twice wounded - resigned his general's star in 1863 and completed the war as chief commissary for the midwestern department.
- 1863 circa 5 years
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