2 October 1821 - 30 August 1908, age 87
"As other happenings in the past had influenced the development of Cumberland, the Civil War also touched it profoundly. It is reliably said, though perhaps it cannot be proven, that every male student at Cumberland marched away to war. Most of them followed their "math prof," A. P. Stewart (later General Stewart), into the Confederate Army, but some followed the principal of the preparatory school, W.J. Grannis, to the Union Army." Wingfield, Marshall, General A.P. Stewart, his life and letters. Memphis West Tennessee Historical Society, c1954. http://www.cumberland.edu/about/history.html
Cullum #1122. B-TN: Arty: Resd45: College Prof Math & Phil 45-61:
LTG CSA: Chancellor U
of MS 74-86: D-MS 30August08 a-87: DAB: Ob-AR 09: Last surviving member of his class.
[From 1990 Register of Graduates]
Arney, Chris, West Point's Scientific 200: Celebration of the Bicentennial. Biographies of 200 of West Point's Most Successful and Influential Mathematicians, Scientists, Engineers, and Technologists, 2002.
Entry in Dictionary of American Bibliography, volume IX.