General William T. Ward
With the outbreak of the Civil War, Ward was commissioned as a brigadier general in the Union Army, serving throughout the war. Ward led a brigade in the XX Corps during the early stages of the Atlanta Campaign. After General Daniel Butterfield went on leave, Ward commanded the third division XX Corps for the remainder of the campaign. He also led it in Sherman's March to the Sea and the Carolinas Campaign.
More Spotlights by Robert_Gray (See all)
Civil War "Widows' Pensions" Updated
War of 1812 Pension Files Free Updated