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 Posted: Wed Oct 17th, 2012 01:17 pm
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  In addition to the ones already named I would add James Henry Lane (The one born in Indiana). I believe that he was made a BG, USV in 1861. In 1862, his commission was cancelled, but I believe it was also reinstated.

  I can't cite any official statements made by the Confederate Government (So perhaps he doesn't qualify under the criterion given), but I'm certain that he was considered to be an outlaw by them due to the atrocity at Osceola, MO (Which was later used as justification for Quantrill's attack on Lawrence, KS), as well as other actions.

James Henry Lane (Union general) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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