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LEE, Albert Lindley, soldier, born in Fulton, Oswego County, New York, 16 January, 1834. He was graduated at Union college in 1853, studied law, and removed to Kansas, where he was judge of the state supreme court in 1861. 118 became major of the 7th Kansas cavalry in that year, was made colonel in 1862, and on 29 November was commissioned brigadier-general of volunteers, he commanded the cavalry in the Red River expedition of 1864, and was in the advance when the Confederate attack was made at, Sabine Crossroads, after which he was superseded by General Richard Arnold. He resigned on 4 May, 1865, and since the war has passed much of his time in Europe.
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