Brigadier General Thomas M. Anderson

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Ohioan Thomas MacArthur Anderson rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel during the American Civil War and remained in the regular army after the conflict, retiring as a brigadier general in January 1900. His father, William Marshall Anderson, was a Copperhead, while one of his uncles, Robert Anderson, was the Union commander at the Battle of Fort Sumter, the first engagement of the Civil War.

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