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Lieutenant Colonel J. L. Gardner. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 952.)

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims

Lieutenant Colonel J. L. Gardner. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 952.)

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesClaim of Lieutenant J. L. Gardner
    SeriesH.rp.48
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15622085M

    Lieutenant Colonel Albert Barnitz (badly) and Second Lieutenant T. J. March (slightly) and eleven enlisted men. The energy and rapidity shown during one of the heaviest snow storms that has visited this section of country, with the temperature below freezing, and the gallantry and bravery displayed resulting in such signal success, reflect the highest credit upon both the officers and . Shortly after I PCS'd to Kunsan, LtCol Gardner arrived in the same squadron. I didn't get much chance to interact with him at Kunsan. I was working the morning Shorty's F landed on LtCol Gardner's. When I heard the details and discovered he was killed, I was deeply saddened to the point of tears. He was an incredible man and a fine officer.

    West Virginia State Troops: OFFICERS: Colonel: Simon P. Davidson: Theodore Fink: Commissioned 05 Nov , to rank 31 Oct Lieutenant-Colonel: J. W. Bower (Boner) Commissioned 05 Nov , to rank 31 Oct Major: Clinton Roberts John L. Taylor Jacob Sibert: Commissioned 05 Nov , to rank 31 Oct I. Z. Taylor Adjutant: George W. Colonels and Lieutenant Colonels owe their titles to the Sixteenth Century Spanish King Ferdinand. About he reorganized part of his army into twenty units called colunelas or columns. These consisted of about to men further organized into companies. The commander was the cabo de colunela, head of the column, or Colonel. Since the colunelas .

    The book The Fighting Newfoundlander, by Colonel G.W.L. Nicholson, records another outstanding triumph for Cyril Gardner. According to the details in Gardner's personal file, he was a CSM at the time and searching No Man's Land behind the advanced troops for casualties in order to direct stretcher parties. He was unarmed. January 27th, of John Lane Gardner (–) served in the U.S. Army eventually achieving the rank of brevet Brigadier General after serving in the American Civil War having also served in the War of , the Seminole War and the Mexican–American War before that.. Other websites. Media related to John L. Gardner at Wikimedia Commons. John L. Gardner at Find A Grave; The Mexican Allegiance: United States of America, Union .


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Lieutenant Colonel J. L. Gardner. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 952.) by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Lane Gardner (–) served in the U.S. Army eventually achieving the rank of brevet Brigadier General after serving in the American Civil War having also served in the War ofthe Second Seminole War and the Mexican–American Gardner retired from military service he devoted time to recruiting for the ance: United States of America, Union.

John Lane Gardner ( - ) served in the U.S. Army eventually achieving the rank of brevet Brigadier General after serving in the American Civil War having also served in the War ofthe Seminole War and the Mexican American War before that.

Born in Boston, Massachusetts in during Washington's second term Gardner joined the U.S. Army during the War of Born: ()August 1, History.

The regiment was organized at Camp Wilkins near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in July George S. Hays served as colonel, S. Oliphant as lieutenant colonel, and J.

Gardner as training, it was sent to Washington, D.C. in late July, where it was assigned to the 1st Brigade of the Pennsylvania Reserves division, which became the Second Division, I Corps, Allegiance: Union.

Lieutenant Colonel Christopher M. Ford Non-Lethal Lieutenant Colonel J. L. Gardner. book and the Law of Armed Conflict: Minimizing Civilian Casualties on the Battlefield Major Mark E. Gardner TJAGLCS FEATURES Lore of the Corps A Deserter and a Traitor: The Story of Lieutenant Martin J.

Monti, Jr., Army Air Corps BOOK REVIEW The Billion Dollar Spy. LTC Jon R. Gardner Commander, U.S. Army Garrison CaseyLieutenant Colonel Jon Gardner enlisted in the Army in as an Infantryman and was assigned to B Co.

1st Ranger Battalion. Lieutenant Colonel Maurice H. Leiser, 25 February September Lieutenant Colonel John F. Wall, Jr., 11 October June Lieutenant Colonel Morris L.

Gardner, 23 June January Lieutenant Colonel Fred V. Cole, 13 January May ; Lieutenant Colonel Richard T. Robinson, 24 May December The Guns of Port Hudson Vol.

2) THIRD DISTRICT, DEPARTMENT OF MISSISSIPPI AND EAST LOUISIANA: Port Hudson, Louisiana: Major General Franklin K. Gardner: Left Wing - Colonel I.G.W. Steedman: 1st Alabama Infantry, Col.

I.G.W. Steedman: 1st Mississippi Infantry (detachment), Major Thomas H. Johnston: 15th Arkansas Infantry, Colonel Benjamin Johnson. Lieutenant-Colonel Tony Gardiner PM GMT 04 Jan He was born Walter Percy Gardiner on December 12 at Stanford, Norfolk, to Arthur Gardiner, a gamekeeper, and the former Mabel Jane Tovell.

Lieutenant Colonel Jarrett P. Virgil is the Commander, th Joint Communications Support Squadron, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. The th provides communications support for Joint Task Force (JTF) Headquarters or Joint Special Operations Task Force (JSOTF) Headquarters, and for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to Unified Commands.

Army announces lieutenant colonel selections. J GARDNER JON RANDOL PO. BOOK KENNETH N BRADLEY JOSHUA J   GARDNER, ALAN, Lord Gardner (–), admiral, son of Lieutenant-colonel Gardner of the 11th dragoon guards, was born at Uttoxeter in Staffordshire, on 12 April In his passing certificate, dated 15 Feb.he is described as more than twenty years of age, and as having been upwards of six years at sea, ‘part whereof in the.

The Mexican War Correspondence of Richard Smith Elliott, edited and annotated by Mark L. Gardner and Marc Simmons, University of Oklahoma Press,xi + pgs.

The book consists of what the title says it does, plus some useful material written later by Elliott but appropriately inserted by the by: 4. Finding aid (Word) Scope and Content Note This is the collection of personal and official papers relating to John M. Maury's naval service as Assistant United States Naval Attaché in Murmansk, USSR.

The majority of the collection spans his assignment in Murmansk in and Materials include orders, endorsements, duty assignments, citations, a passport, journal. nel, Pike Hill lieutenant-colonel and C. Evans, major. At the re-enlistment and re-organization of the regi ment for three years, or during the war, in the spring ofMajor C.

Evans was elected colonel, John T. Crowder, lieutenant-colonel, and Captain J. Lowe was elected major. At the battle of Sharpsburg ColonelAuthor: George Washington Nichols, Keith S.

Bohannon, Robert E.L. Krick. Colonel robertson sheet music. Colonel James Gardiner (11 January – 21 September ) was a Scottish soldier who fought in the British Army, including during the Jacobite rising. He was born at Carriden, educated in Linlithgow, and joined the army at the age of en: Frances Baird.

A Lieutenant Colonel is a Field Officer, with a military paygrade of O The civilian equivalents of this military rank are roughly GS, GS under the federal government's General Schedule payscale.

The table below lists the equivalent ranks of an Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, and their insignia, in the other four branches of the United.

Lieutenant Colonel Adams and Major Weld were promoted to colonel and lieutenant colonel respectively, and Captain Albert R. Howe was made junior major. With this equipment of officers the regiment took the field for the closing campaign of the war, and were on duty in front of Petersburg till the fall of that stronghold, and subsequently.

Larry Gerlach. On the C-SPAN Networks: Larry Gerlach is a Lieutenant Colonel for the U.S. Marine Corps with two videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a year.

Finding aid (Word) Scope and Content Note This collection is arranged in two folders. In the first folder is a notebook dated 7 September that contains class notes from courses on navigation, seamanship, engineering, gunnery, administration and other related topics.

This notebook is an excellent example of the type of instruction Navy officers received during World. list of regiments and battalions from virginia in the confederate states army, compiled in war records office, united states war department.Engineer Gen.

Montgomery's Staff, ; Lieutenant-Colonel appointed by Congress in ; served with American troops in Canada, ; under Gen. Sullivan in ; taken prisoner and exchanged Nov. 10, ; served in Virginia inand was present at the surrender of Cornwallis; was an original member of the Order of the Cincinnati.HULBERT, Thomas Henry, of Chicago, Illinois; born at Lee, Massachusetts.

Grandson of Amos HULBERT, of Chatham, Connecticut (). In he was a Corporal in the regiment commanded by Colonel Philip Burr BRADLEY, and in a Sergeant in the company of Captain Joseph BLAKE, under command of Lieutenant-colonel John PENFIELD.