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J.H. McArthur
J.H. McArthur

Federal (USA)

Captain

Joseph Hunter McArthur

(1825 - 1902)
Home State: Missouri
Command Billet: Commanding Regiment
Branch of Service: Cavalry
Unit: 5th United States Cavalry

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Before the Antietam Campaign:
Service Summary:
2nd Lt., July 1,1849;
1st Lt., 2nd US Cavalry March 3, 1855;
Captain June 28, 1860;
To 5th Cavalry 3 Aug 1861;
Appointed LtColonel, 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 11 Sept 1861;
Honorably mustered out of Vol service 3 Feb 1862;
[back to 5th Cavalry when?]
Major 3rd US Cavalry 25 Sept 1863;
Retired 2 Nov 1863


After the War:
From The Daily Morning News Batavia, Genesee Co., NY December 19, 1879
LeROY WEDDING BELLS.
The Le Roy correspondent of the Rochester Express writes: On Wednesday evening the residence of the late Deacon Stephen COVERT, of Le Roy, was the scene of a brilliant wedding, at which time Miss Frances COVERT, one of the most respected and amiable of Le Roy ladies, was united in marriage to Major Joseph H. McARTHUR of the United States Army. Major McARTHUR is a graduate of West Point, and occupies a high social position in the city of Chicago. Their many friends wish them a happy and prosperous future.


References, Sources, and other notes:
Basic service information from Heitman1. The photo here from Thirty-Fourth Annual Reunion of the Association of the Graduates of the United States Military Academy (10 June 1903), posted online with the accompanying obituary text by Bill Thayer.

Birth Date: 02/15/1825    Place of Birth: Ste. Genevieve, MO    
College: US Military Academy, West Point, NY    Graduating Year: 1849    Class Rank: 37th
Death Date: 1/23/1902    Death Place: Chicago, IL    

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