GOUVERNEUR KEMBLE WARREN - (1830-82) - Army Engineer, born Cold Spring, New York. Graduated at West Point (1850), after making surveys in delta of Mississippi and of route for Pacific Railroad, served as topographical engineer on Harney's expedition against Sioux (1855). Appointed (1859) assistant professof of mathematics at Military Academy, but at outbreak of Civil War, given command of 5th Army Corps at Gaine's Mill, Second Battle of Bull Run, and Antietam, and was Chief of Engineers of Army of the Potomac at Gettysburg. Command 5th Corps and battles of Wilderness of Petersburg; although scoring victory at Battle of Five Forks, ws relieved of command by Sheridan for alleged apathy, but court of inquiry later exonerated him (1879). Continued in military survey work until death. Published An Account of the Fifth Army Corps at the Battle of Five Forks (1866).