(? - 1899)
Home State: New York
Education: US Military Academy, West Point, NY, Class of 1857
Command Billet: Aide
Branch of Service: Artillery
Unit: Second (II) Army Corps
He was appointed to the US Military Academy from California on 1 July 1853. After graduating from West Point he was appointed 2nd Lieutenant, 4th US Artillery on 30 June 1857, and transferred to the 3rd Artillery on 27 August. He was promoted First Lieutenant on 14 May 1861, and served as Regimental Adjutant from 27 September to 30 November. He was appointed Major of Volunteers and Aide de camp on 20 August 1862.
On the Campaign
Was aide to Major General Edwin Sumner on the campaign.
The rest of the War
He resigned from the Volunteer service on 15 August 1863. He was honored by brevets to Captain (June 1864) for Trevillian Station, Major (March 865) for the Cavalry Campaign from Winchester to Petersburg, and Dinwiddie Courthouse, and Lieutenant Colonel (APril 1865) for Five Forks.
After the War
He continued in Regular Army service, being promoted to Captain, 3rd US Artillery on 13 August 1866. He resigned his commission on 1 November 1867.
References & notes
Date not known in NY