Confederate Staff Bureaux
March 15 1861: Colonel Abraham Myers appointed Quarter-Master General.
March 27 1861: Colonel Lucius Bellinger Northrop appointed Commissary General of Subsistence.
April 8 1861: Major Josiah Gorgas appointed Chief of Ordnance.
May 16 1861: Brigadier-General Samuel Cooper appointed Adjutant-General and Inspector General.
June 8 1861: Brigadier-General Robert Edward Lee appointed Military Adviser to the President.
June 21 1861: John Henry Winder appointed Provost Marshal General 21 June 1861.
November 5 1861: The post of Military Adviser to the Present became vacant.
March 6 1862: General Robert Edward Lee reappointed Military Adviser to the President.
June 1 1862: The post of Military Adviser to the President became vacant.
August 10 1863: Brigadier-General Alexander Robert Lawton appointed Quartermaster-General.
February 25 1864: General Braxton Bragg appointed Military Adviser to the President.
January 31 1865: The position of Military Adviser to the President was discontinued. General Robert Edward Lee appointed General-in-Chief of the Confederate Army.
February 7 1865: Brigadier-General John Henry Winder Provost Marshal General died.
February 15 1865: Colonel Richard Morton appointed Chief of the Bureau of Nitre and Mining, succeeding Colonel Isaac Munroe St John.
April 9 1865: The position of General-in-Chief was discontinued.