Register of Officers of the Confederate States Navy, 1861--1865 Page: 5
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Arents, Fred W.
Born in . Appointed from - . Third assistant engineer,
Killed May 27, 1863, in boiler explosion.
Served on C. S. S. Chattahoochee, 1863.
Arledge, George Henry.
Born in Georgia. Appointed from Georgia. Master's mate, December
26, 1861. Acting master February 21, 1862. Lieutenant for the war,
January 7, 1864, to rank from May 25, 1863. First lieutenant Pro-
visional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 6, 1864.
Served on Richmond station, 1862; participated in Battle of Roanoke
Island, N. C., February 7-8, 1862. Special service, Richmond station,
1863. C. S. S. Atlanta; captured by U. S. S. Weehawken, June 17, 1863;
confined at Fort Warren; exchanged October, 1864. Battery Buchanan,
N. C., 1864. On C. S. S. Fredericksburg, and Commanding C. S. S.
Beaufort, James River Squadron, 1865. Semmes naval brigade, 1865.
Armistead, G. W.
Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Acting master, November
14, 1863. Master not in line of promotion Provisional Navy, June 2,
Served on C. S. S. Patrick Henry, 1863-64. Paroled May 13, 1865, at
Charlotte, N. C.
Armor, James E.
Born in Alabama. Appointed from Alabama. Assistant paymaster,
October 24, 1861. Paymaster, May 23, 1864. Paymaster Provisional
Navy, June 2, 1864.
Served with Mobile Squadron: C. S. S. Morgan, 1861; C. S. S. Gaines,
1863; C. S. S. Tuscaloosa, 1863-64; surrendered May 4, 1865; paroled
May 10, 1865.
Born in Georgia. Appointed from Georgia. Resigned as lieutenant, U. S.
Navy, November 21, 1860. First lieutenant, April 24, 1862. First lieu-
tenant Provisional Navy (nominated), to rank from July 26, 1864.
Served on C. S. steamers Savannah, Sampson, and Isondiga, Savannah
station, 1862-1864. Battery Buchanan, N. C., 1864. C. S. S. Fredericks-
burg, James River Squadron, 1864-65. Drowned January 26, 1865, in
the sinking of steam packet boat Hornet by collision with steamer
Born in -. Appointed from - . First assistant engineer, Novem-
ber 4, 1861.
Served on C. S. S. Red Rover, 1861-62.
Armstrong, Richard Fielder.
Born in Georgia. Appointed from Georgia. Resigned as acting midship-
man, U. S. Navy, January 30, 1861. Midshipman, April 17, 1861. Acting
master, September 24, 1861. Lieutenant for the war, February 8, 1862.
Second lieutenant, October 23, 1862, to rank from October 2, 1862. First
lieutenant Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 6, 1864.
Served on C. S. S. Sumter, 1861-62. C. S. S. Alabama, 1862-1864; partici-
pated in engagement with U. S. S. Kearsarge off Cherbourg, France,
June 19, 1864; slightly wounded. Assisted in the defense of Battery
Buchanan in the attack by the Union Forces upon Fort Fisher, Decem-
ber 23-25, 1864; gallant conduct commended. C. S. S. Columbia,
Charleston station, 1864-65.
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