Officers of the U. S. Army - Badger

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Officers of the U. S. Army - Badger

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  • Badger, Edmond
    Army
    Private and Sergeant 9 infantry 27 Apr to Aug 1813
    Ensign 9 infantry 30 Aug 1813
    2 Lieutenant 6 Apr 1814
    1 Lieutenant 1 Sep 1814
    honorably discharged 15 Jun 1815

  • Badger, Edmund R.
    Pa., Pa.
    Captain assistant commissary of subsistence volunteers 23 Feb 1848
    honorably discharged 20 Jul 1848

  • Badger,Nicholas D'Evereaux
    NY, Ohio
    Private F 2 Ohio infantry 17 Apr to 31 Jul 1861
    1 Lieutenant 44 Ohio infantry 18 Sep 1861
    Captain 1 Oct 1862
    8 Ohio cavalry 18 Jan 1864
    Major 13 Jun 1865
    honorably mustered out 30 Jul 1865
    2 Lieutenant 10 cavalry 28 Jul 1866
    1 Lieutenant 29 May 1867
    regimental commissary of subsistence 11 Dec 1867 to 2 Apr 1870
    unassigned 2 Apr 1870
    assigned to 22 infantry 1 Jan 1871
    retired 28 Jun 1878
    Brevet Captain 29 May 1867 for gallantry and meritorious service during the war
    died 19 Jul 1882

  • Badger, Norman
    Mass., Ky.
    Hospital Chaplain volunteers 30 Jun 1864
    honorably mustered out 23 Sep 1865
    Chaplain post of Louisville, Ky 24 Aug 1865 to 30 Apr 1867
    Post Chaplain 3 Apr 1867
    died 5 Jun 1876

  • Badger, William
    NH, NH
    Captain 4 NH infantry 18 Sep 1861 to 4 Jun 1864
    Captain 9 US vet volunteer infantry 20 Jun 1865
    Brevet Major volunteers 13 Mar 1865 for gallantry and meritorious service during the war
    honorably mustered out 20 Apr 1866
    2 Lieutenant 6 infantry 19 May 1866
    1 Lieutenant 9 Feb 1867
    Captain 15 Dec 1880
    Brevet Captain 2 Mar 1867 for gallantry and meritorious service during the war
    retired 15 Jan 1889
    died 11 May 1897

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.