Officers of the U. S. Army - Adair

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Officers of the U. S. Army - Adair

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  • Adair, George William
    Mich. Mich.
    Assistant Surgeon 10 Nov 1874
    Major Surgeon 11 Sept 1891
    Lieutenant Colonel d s g 1 Jan 1902

  • Adair, John
    Ky. Oreg.
    Cadet Military Academy 1 July 1856 (18)
    2 Lieutenant 1 dragoons 6 May 1861
    1 cav 3 Aug 1861
    1 Lieutenant 7 Sept 1861
    dismissed 29 Dec 1861

  • Adair, John Dunlap
    Pa. Pa.
    1 Sergeant A 7 Pa res 21 Apr 1861
    2 Lieutenant 18 Dec 1861
    Captain commissary of subsistence volunteers 30 Aug 1862
    Brevet Major and Lieutenant Colonel volunteers 5 Sept 1865 for faithful and meritorious service
    honorably mustered out 9 Oct 1865

  • Adair, John Irwin
    Pa. Army.
    Private and Sergeant E 3 battalion 18 infantry 2 Nov 1861 to 20 Aug 1862
    2 Lieutenant 18 inf 14 July 1862
    1 Lieutenant 22 Mar 1863
    regimental adjutant 29 July to 14 Nov 1866
    Brevet 1 Lieutenant 31 Dec 1862 for gallant and meritorious service in the battle of Murfreesboro Tenn,
    and Captain 1 Sept 1864 for gallant and meritorious service during the Atlanta campaign and at the battle of Jonesboro Ga
    resigned 7 Jan 1867
    [died 22 June 1882.]

  • Adair, Lewis D.
    Ohio. Ohio.
    1 Lieutenant 26 Ohio infantry 24 July 1861
    Captain 1 Dec 1861
    honorably mustered out 25 July 1864
    1 Lieutenant 22 inf 28 July 1866
    died 5 Oct 1872 of wounds receivedd 4 Oct 1872 in action with Sioux Indians near Heart River Crossing Dak.

  • Adair, Samuel Effinger
    Ohio. W Va.
    Cadet Military Academy 1 July 1879 (21)
    2 Lieutenant 5 cavalry 13 June 1883
    1 Lieutenant 9 cavalry 25 Feb 1891
    transferred to 5 cavalry 27 Apr 1891
    resigned 5 Aug 1897

  • Adair, Samuel Lyle
    Ohio. Kan.
    Hospital Chaplain volunteers 13 June 1862
    honorably discharged 7 July 1864

  • Adair, William Irwin
    Ky. Ky.
    Captain 17 infantry 12 Mar 1812
    transferred to 3 inf 17 May 1815
    resigned 17 Mar 1817

Source:

Extracted from the Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army: 1789 - 1903. Names are followed by state or country where born and then the state from which originally appointed but when there is only one place listed, it indicates the state whence appointed, the place of birth not being known. Where "Cadet Military Academy" is indicated, the next date refers to the date he entered that institution, and the figure in parenthesis represents his standing in the graduating class.