[April 2, 1865] . . . Breckinridge along with his adjutant Lieutenant Colonel Wilson , Colonel Walter Taylor of Lee’s staff, and a few others rode off west departing the city. . . . [Richmond]
. . . He was accompanied by General Isaac M. St. John, the commissary general and General Alexander R. Lawson, the quartermaster general . . .
. . . April 4, he reached Powhatan, where he found more generals separated from their commands, who attached themselves to him, including Bushrod Johnson and the presidents’s nephew Joseph Davis. . .
. . . . Breckinridge got through to Amelia Springs early the next morning [April 5] . . .Later on to FarmVille
An Honorable Defeat, The Last Days of the Confederate Government, William C. Davis, Harcourt, Inc. 2001
pp. 68, 95, 97, 100