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    Benjamin Cheatham.  Fourteen Confederate generals became casualties at the Battle of Franklin--six killed, seven wounded, and one captured.  States Rights Gist was shot and killed leading the first charge on the Union works.  Patrick Cleburne vanished in a cloud of smoke and was later found with a bullet in his heart.  John Adams rose above the carnage after the battle, riddled with bullets, astride a dead horse with one set of legs on either side of the breastworks.  Benjamin Cheatham survived the battle and eventually surrendered with Joseph E. Johnston in South Carolina.

  • Sorry, that's incorrect
    Answer:

    Benjamin Cheatham.  Fourteen Confederate generals became casualties at the Battle of Franklin--six killed, seven wounded, and one captured.  States Rights Gist was shot and killed leading the first charge on the Union works.  Patrick Cleburne vanished in a cloud of smoke and was later found with a bullet in his heart.  John Adams rose above the carnage after the battle, riddled with bullets, astride a dead horse with one set of legs on either side of the breastworks.  Benjamin Cheatham survived the battle and eventually surrendered with Joseph E. Johnston in South Carolina.

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