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Churubusco (New York, United States) (search for this): article 4
West point Cadets appointed. --The following is a list of cadets appointed "at large," by the President, Feb. 13th: R. Buchanan Wade, son of Lieutenant-Colonel R. Dean Arden Wade, who was twice brevetted for gallantry in the Florida war, and at Molino del Rey, and died of wounds received at Churubusco. Mr. Randolph Ridgely, son of Capt. Randolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Fre
Monterey (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
of wounds received at Churubusco. Mr. Randolph Ridgely, son of Capt. Randolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Frederick W. Smith, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitchell, Jr., son of Professor Mitchell, Director of the Cincinnati and Dudley Observatories. Thomas Lee Brent, son of the late Captain Brent, of the Army, who served in Florida and Mexico, was brev
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 4
frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Frederick W. Smith, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitchell, Jr., son of Professor Mitchell, Director of the Cincinnati and Dudley Observatories. Thomas Lee Brent, son of the late Captain Brent, of the Army, who served in Florida and Mexico, was brevetted for gallant conduct at Buena Vista, and died in the service. James D. Graham, son of Major Lawrence Pike Graham, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Resaca de la Palma. Robert M. McGraw, whose ancestors served with distinction in the Revolutionary war. The following additional appointments have been made to fill vacancies created by the resignation and dismissal of Cadets appointed "at large:" James B. Breese, re-appointed: Satterlee Clark
Lewis Cass (search for this): article 4
dolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Frederick W. Smith, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitchell, Jr., son of Professor Mitchell, Director of the Cincinnati and Dudley Observatories. Thomas Lee Brent, son of the late Captain Brent, of the Army, who served in Florida and Mexico, was brevetted for gallant conduct at Buena Vista, and died in the service. James
R. Dean Arden Wade (search for this): article 4
West point Cadets appointed. --The following is a list of cadets appointed "at large," by the President, Feb. 13th: R. Buchanan Wade, son of Lieutenant-Colonel R. Dean Arden Wade, who was twice brevetted for gallantry in the Florida war, and at Molino del Rey, and died of wounds received at Churubusco. Mr. Randolph Ridgely, son of Capt. Randolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Fr
Randolph Ridgely (search for this): article 4
"at large," by the President, Feb. 13th: R. Buchanan Wade, son of Lieutenant-Colonel R. Dean Arden Wade, who was twice brevetted for gallantry in the Florida war, and at Molino del Rey, and died of wounds received at Churubusco. Mr. Randolph Ridgely, son of Capt. Randolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son oCapt. Randolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Frederick W. Smith, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitc
Charles W. Morris (search for this): article 4
Mr. Randolph Ridgely, son of Capt. Randolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. HenCommodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Frederick W. Smith, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitchell, Jr., son of Professor Mitchell, Director of the Cincinnati and Dudley Observatories. Thomas Lee Brent, son of the late Captain Brent, of the Army, who served in Florida and Mexico, was brevetted for gallant conduct at Buena
Bainbridge (search for this): article 4
lorida war, and at Molino del Rey, and died of wounds received at Churubusco. Mr. Randolph Ridgely, son of Capt. Randolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Frederick W. Smith, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitchell, Jr., son of Professor Mitchell, Director of the Cincinnati and Dudley Observatories. Thomas Lee Brent, son of the late Captain Brent, of the Army,
Satterlee Clarke Plummer (search for this): article 4
th, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitchell, Jr., son of Professor Mitchell, Director of the Cincinnati and Dudley Observatories. Thomas Lee Brent, son of the late Captain Brent, of the Army, who served in Florida and Mexico, was brevetted for gallant conduct at Buena Vista, and died in the service. James D. Graham, son of Major Lawrence Pike Graham, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Resaca de la Palma. Robert M. McGraw, whose ancestors served with distinction in the Revolutionary war. The following additional appointments have been made to fill vacancies created by the resignation and dismissal of Cadets appointed "at large:" James B. Breese, re-appointed: Satterlee Clarke Plummer, son of Capt. J. B. Plummer, of the army; Charles H. Cockey, whose ancestors were distinguished in the Revolutionary war: S. Lane Hayman, a descendant of Gen. Anthony Wayne; Wm. Gadsby, Jr., is appointed from the District of Columbia.
James B. Breese (search for this): article 4
h, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitchell, Jr., son of Professor Mitchell, Director of the Cincinnati and Dudley Observatories. Thomas Lee Brent, son of the late Captain Brent, of the Army, who served in Florida and Mexico, was brevetted for gallant conduct at Buena Vista, and died in the service. James D. Graham, son of Major Lawrence Pike Graham, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Resaca de la Palma. Robert M. McGraw, whose ancestors served with distinction in the Revolutionary war. The following additional appointments have been made to fill vacancies created by the resignation and dismissal of Cadets appointed "at large:" James B. Breese, re-appointed: Satterlee Clarke Plummer, son of Capt. J. B. Plummer, of the army; Charles H. Cockey, whose ancestors were distinguished in the Revolutionary war: S. Lane Hayman, a descendant of Gen. Anthony Wayne; Wm. Gadsby, Jr., is appointed from the District of Columbia.
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