Military officer; born in Lake Village, N. H.. July 27, 1832; entered the volunteer army in 1861; served through the Civil War, and was awarded a Congressional medal of honor for distinguished gallantry in action; entered the regular army at the close of the war; became brigadier-general and quartermaster-general in 1890; and was retired in 1896.
Harper and Brothers Publishers. . New York. 1902.
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