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Military record of Brevet Brigadier General, John William Hofmann, United States Volunteers.

(Late Colonel of the Fifty-sixth Regiment Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, Infantry)

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Published by A. W. Auner, printer in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hofmann, John William, 1824-1902

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE467.1.H57 M6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23, [1] p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6636018M
    LC Control Number21012595
    OCLC/WorldCa6824771

    local military movements.; scott rifles. capt. varian's battery. service. the honved regiment. the ira harris guard. first regiment union brigade. aid to the families of volunteers. united states. Sergeant Major of the Army William G. Bainbridge Medal Description The SERGEANT MAJOR OF THE ARMY WILLIAM G. BAINBRIDGE MEDAL was established in and is awarded annually to a noncommissioned officer – Active, Army National Guard, Army Reserve or Retired – contributing most to the United States Army Noncommissioned Officer Corps. In he was promoted to Brigadier General and commander of the 53rd Field Artillery Brigade. Upon his return from France, Mehard resumed his law practice with his father, Judge Samuel Mehard. After his father’s death, Mehard reportedly became a “hard-drinking socialite” who was happy to be named the city solicitor of Pittsburgh. Prepared by Companion Brevet Brigadier General Eugene B. Payne and read at the stated meeting of April 1, Author: Payne, Eugene Beauharnais, Subject [See LCCN: at ]. Digital copy by Library of Congress. Preservation Reformatting Division. Keywords: United States. Army.


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Military record of Brevet Brigadier General, John William Hofmann, United States Volunteers. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book -^ PRESENTED BV {j t) / j IL^ MILITSRY RECORD BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL John William Hofmann, UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. (LfiTE COLONEL OF THE FIFTY-SIXTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVHNIS ¥ETERflN VOLUNTEERS, INFANTRY.) -# *RECORD n OF BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL John William Hofmann, UNITED STATES.

Military record of Brevet Brigadier General, John William Hofmann, United States Volunteers. (Late Colonel of the Fifty-sixth Regiment Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, Infantry)Pages: In many of the world's military establishments, a brevet (/ b r ə ˈ v ɛ t / or / ˈ b r ɛ v ɪ t / ()) was a warrant giving a commissioned officer a higher rank title as a reward for gallantry or meritorious conduct but without conferring the authority, precedence, or pay of real rank.

An officer so promoted was referred to as being brevetted (for example, "he was brevetted Major General"). This is a list of American Civil War brevet generals that served the Union list of brevet major generals or brevet brigadier generals currently contains a section which gives the names of officers who held lower actual or substantive grades (often referred to as ranks) in the Union Army, were not promoted to full actual or substantive grade generals during or immediately after the.

Brevet ranks were authorized for the Regular Army in the Articles of War of ; they were authorized for the US Volunteers on March 3, Partly as a result of dissatisfaction with the end-of-war brevet giveaway, brevet promotions were discontinued in ; although officers who had been given brevets before that date continued to use them.

This is a brief biographical sketch of the military career of Brigadier-General John William Middleton. He was a general during World War Two. Biography of Brigadier-General.

Brevet Brigadier General Frederick Locke of Field & Staff, 12th New York Infantry Regiment, and U.S. Volunteers Adjutant General Department in uniform.

[Between and ] Photograph. [Between and ] Photograph. This is a brief biographical sketch of the military career of Brigadier-General William Spence. He was a general during World War Two.

Biography of Brigadier-General William Spence ( – ), USA. Birth: Jan. 1, Death: Nov. 13, Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. Entered into the Union Army during the Civil War as a Captain in the 31st Indiana Volunteer Infantry, but was soon promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Michigan Volunteer Sharpshooters.

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The Life and Services of Brevet Brigadier-General Andrew Jonathan Alexander, United States Army. a Sketch from Personal Recollections. Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States 37th Commander-in-Chief, Grand Army of the Republic (/) By Douglas Niermeyer, Commander-in-Chief Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States [email protected] (August ) General John Charles Black was born Januat Lexington, Holmes County, Mississippi.

Brevet Appointment- Brig. General & Major General of Volunteers, Regular Army Rank- Captain. George Armstrong Custer In The Civil War A cavalry commander in the United States Army, Custer fought in both the Indian Wars as well as the Civil War.

They also served at Pensacola and Barrancas, Fla., and Port Hudson, Irish Bend and Bayou Vermillion, La. Wilson received the rank of brevet brigadier general, Ma Subject - Person Wilson, William, General Williams was commissioned from the U.S. Air Force Academy in He entered the Air Force Reserve unit program at March Air Reserve Base, California flying the KCA and has held command positions at squadron, group and wing levels.

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This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries. Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. As a civil engineer in the U. Coast Survey service, Gilbert took a leave of absence during the Civil War. He was appointed a lieutenant colonel of the 24th Ohio Volunteer Infantry and sent to defend the Union position in West Virginia.

Nearly 1, Federal officers were appointed to the rank of brevet general, brigadier or major, during the American Civil War. A brevet has been defined as "a commission conferring upon an officer a grade in the army additional to and higher than that which, at the time it is bestowed, he holds by virtue of his commission in a particular corps of the legally established military organization".

Francis Gerard Brink Brigadier General, United States Army: Biography and Photo Courtesy of Russell C. Jacobs: June Francis Gerald Brink () Born in Marathon, New York on Aug B.A. from Cornell in Commissioned in the Infantry, Officers Reserve Corps in Instructor at the Infantry School   Brevet Major General, U.S.

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The 41st Infantry was commanded by Brevet Major General Ronald S. Mackenzie, with Brevet Brigadier General Wm. Shafter, lieutenant colonel, and Brevet Brigadier General Geo.

Schofield, major. Of the ten captains assigned to it at or near its organization but two are now in active service, and but four of the eighteen lieutenants. Address delivered by Brevet Brigadier General J.

William Hofmann, (Philadelphia, A. Auner, printer, ), by John William Hofmann (page images at HathiTrust) Brief sketch of the battle of Gettysburg; introduction to Maine at Gettysburg, by Brevet Brig.-Gen. Charles Hamlin. Brig. Gen. Cole assumed command of the Natick Soldier Systems Center on Dec.

5, He also serves as the Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command. Lieutenant Colonel John Gaivin was born in Salem, Massachusetts.

Inhis military career began as a Private and he attended Basic Training at. Alfred Eugene Bradley Brigadier General, United states Army: Courtesy of Thomas Jefferson University: Alfred E. Bradley () was born in Jamestown, New York, and graduated from Jefferson Medical College in ; during the same year, he married Letitia Follett.

Bradley entered the Army medical corps the following year. Born in NC, moved to Orleans Indiana some time before the war. Only general to serve from Orange county Indiana. "Served in the Mexican and Civil Wars. Enlisted on July 31 Commissioned an officer in Company G Indiana 24th Infantry.

Promoted to Brevet Brig. General on 26 March a key. As a tribute to the Army NCO Corps, the Association of the United States Army established a Noncommissioned Officer Distinguished Service Medal in the year This award is named for the fifth Sergeant Major of the Army, William G.

Bainbridge, USA, Retired, its first recipient. It is presented to a noncommissioned officer during the opening ceremony at the AUSA Annual. The Third Regiment is attached to the Fourth Brigade of Buffalo, General Lauren W.

Pettibone commanding. Governor Hughes appointed Colonel Willson brevet brigadier general, and he is the first vice-president of the National Guard Association of the State of New York. Baker, Brevet Brigadier-General Jas. H., and Brevet Brigadier-General Wm. Marshall: 3: Minnesota: Appendix: Statement of Number of Men Called for By the President of the United States, and Number Furnished ApTo Close of the War of the Rebellion: 3: Minnesota: Unknown: Glimpses of the Nation’s Struggle.

William Hofmann. Address delivered by Brevet Brigadier General J. William Hofmann, U.S. Vols. (late colonel, 56th Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry): at the dedication of the regimental memorial erected upon the field of Gettysburg, by the liberality of the Commonwealth of Pennyslvania, Septem Brigadier General John O.

McFalls III is deputy chief of staff for operations, Headquarters Air Training Command, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. General McFalls was born inat Randolph Air Force Base. He graduated from Fisher Parker High School. Brigadier General John Ketchum, New York, Colonel th New York Volunteers ().jpg 2, × 3,; MB Brigadier General Truman.

United States -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc. -- World War, See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: United States -- Recruiting. War broke out between Mexico and the United States in late April, Scott was responsible for the enlistment and training of the new volunteers; President Polk had called u volunteers to join the Army, and Congress actually authori volunteers.

He then commanded the Vera Cruz invasion, which was successful. Brevet Rank In The Civil War Brevet rank, usually an honor, was borrowed from the British and introduced into the American army during the Revolutionary War.

Over the years Congress, in legislation, specified reasons for granting brevet ranks and gave the senate the right to approve or reject them after they were recommended by the president. In consideration of his character as a man, his having been a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, and served as an officer in the regular army in the war with Mexico, John Wolcott Phelps, of Brattleboro, was commissioned by Governor Fairbanks, on the 2d of May,Colonel of the First Regiment Vermont Volunteers.

"Joseph G. Totten (). Brevet Major General, U.S. Army (U.S.M.A., ). Inspector, U.S. Military Academy From the original portrait by Robert W. Weir in the library of the United States Military Academy West Point, New York." New York. Compiled Military Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served with the United States Colored Troops: 1st U.S.

Colored Infantry, 1st South Carolina Volunteers (Colored) Company A, 1st U.S. Colored Infantry (1 Year); (National Archives Microfilm Publication M, 19 rolls); Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, ’s   to be brigadier general col. ellis f. hopkins iii the following army national guard of the united states officers for appointment in the reserve of the army to the grade indicated under ti u.s.c., sections and to be brigadier general col.

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Beardsley. FIRST DIVISION. Brigadier General ALPHEUS S. Read "A memorial of Brevet Brigadier General Lewis Benedict, colonel of d regiment N. I., who fell in battle at Pleasant Hill, La., April 9, " by Henry Marvin Benedict available from Rakuten Kobo.

Graduating from the U.S. Military Academy at the start of the Civil War, Custer was promoted to second Lieutenant. During the war Custer was promoted to first lieutenant and captain in the regular army.

He also received brevet promoted temporarily as brigadier general and major general in both the regular army and the volunteers.(Record Group ) (bulk ) 2, cu. ft. Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF U.S.

ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR Records of U.S. Army corps Records of other units RECORDS OF U.S OPERATIONS DURING THE PHILIPPINE INSURRECTION 51 lin. ft. The warrants have been filmed on War of Military Bounty Land Warrants, - (M, 14 rolls) Military Service Records.

The National Archives has some kind of military service record for most soldiers who served during the War of