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Walker’s denial of the two companies lead Manning to solicited help from an Arkansas Senator, Albert Rust who was stationed in Montgomery. The only way they were able to become part of the war was if they could form a whole regiment. Rust recruited enough men for nine more company’s, which formed an eleven-company regiment. Companies A-I, K, and L. The regiment also had a band. (3) July 5, 1861, Albert Rust was appointed Colonel of the Army.
The family had many famous ancestors including Chief Justice John Marshall and Charles Anderson who was a former governor of Ohio. Anderson was influenced by his war hero and politician descendants, causing him to dedicate his life to America by choosing a military career. In 1825, Anderson graduated from West Point, being fifth out of a class of 37 students. After West Point, he served as secretary to his brother, Richard, who was the minister for Columbia. Having graduated from West Point he had risen to the ranking major, 1st Artillery, by the time of his assignment on November 15, 1860.
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