Officers of the U. S. Army - Augur

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Officers of the U. S. Army - Augur

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  • Augur, Ammon Arthur
    Mich., Mich.
    Cadet Military Academy 1 Jul 1873 (47)
    2 Lieutenant 24 infantry 15 Jun 1877
    1 Lieutenant 18 Jun 1880
    Captain 21 Jan 1895
    Major 25 infantry 28 Feb 1901
    transferred to 20 infantry 4 Apr 1901
    transferred to 29 infantry 3 Jan 1903

  • Augur, Charles Mainwaring
    NY, Colo.
    Captain assistant quartermaster volunteers 12 May 1898
    resigned 11 Jan 1901

  • Augur, Christopher Colon
    NY, Mich.
    Cadet Military Academy 1 Jul 1839 (16)
    Brevet 2 Lieutenant 2 infantry 1 Jul 1843
    2 Lieutenant 4 infantry 12 Sep 1845
    1 Lieutenant 16 Feb 1847
    Captain 1 Aug 1852
    Major 13 infantry 14 May 1861
    Brigadier General volunteers 12 Nov 1861
    Major General volunteers 9 Aug 1862
    honorably mustered out of volunteer service 1 Sep 1866
    Lieutenant Colonel 12 infantry 1 Jul 1863
    Colonel 15 Mar 1866
    Brigadier General 4 Mar 1869
    retired 10 Jul 1885
    Brevet Colonel 9 Aug 1862 for gallantry and meritorious service in the battle of Cedar Mountain Va
    Brigadier General 13 Mar 1865 for gallantry and meritorious service at the capture of Port Hudson La and Major General 13 Mar 1865 for gallantry and meritorious service in the field during the war
    died 16 Jan 1898

  • Augur, Colon
    NY, DC
    2 Lieutenant 2 cavalry 3 Aug 1868
    1 Lieutenant 15 Dec 1873
    Captain 9 Jan 1886
    retired 23 Jun 1898

  • Augur, Jacob Arnold
    NY, DC
    Cadet Military Academy 1 Sep 1865 (8)
    2 Lieutenant 5 cavalry 15 Jun 1869
    1 Lieutenant 11 Jan 1871
    Captain 14 Jun 1879
    Major 4 cavalry 2 Jun 1897
    Lieutenant Colonel 2 Feb 1901
    Colonel 10 cavalry 9 Jun 1902

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.