Champ Ferguson was one of only two men to be tried, convicted and executed for war crimes during the Civil War. Ferguson was a Confederate guerrilla who claimed to have killed over 100 Union soldiers. After being pronounced guilty, he responded, "I am yet and will die a Rebel … I killed a good many men, of course, but I never killed a man who I did not know was seeking my life." He was hanged on October 20, 1865.
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Thomas Leonidas Crittenden (May 15, 1819 – October 23, 1893) was a lawyer, politician, & Union general during the American Civil War. Crittenden was born in Russellville, Kentucky, the son of U.S. Senator John J. Crittenden, brother of Confederate general George B. Crittenden. He was admitted to the bar & served in the US Army during Mexican-American War as a volunteer aide to General Zachary Taylor & as lieutenant colonel of the 3rd Kentucky Volunteer Infantry.
The last known pictures of Robert E. Lee, taken post-Civil War. [200x305]
The last known pictures of Robert E. Lee, taken post-Civil War. [200x305] - Imgur
William Quantrill - Confederate Guerrilla- Leader of the most savage fighting unit in the Civil War, William Quantrill developed a style of guerrilla warfare that terrorized civilians and soldiers alike.
General Jefferson Columbus Davis (March 2, 1828 – November 30, 1879). Although successful in a number of Civil War battles, he is best remembered for two attributes: the similarity of his name to that of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and his murder of a superior officer during an argument in the Civil War.
6.4 George Armstrong Custer, his wife Libbie and their cook, Eliza.