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 [decorative delimiter] Class of 1868

Vol. III
p125
2268

(Born N. Y.)

Charles Francisº Roe

(Ap'd N. Y.)

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Military History. — Cadet at the Military Academy, July 1, 1864, to June 15, 1868, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to

Second Lieut., 1st Cavalry, June 15, 1868.

p126 Served: on frontier duty, at Ft. Vancouver, Wash., Oct. 31 to Dec., 1868, — Camp Warner, Or., Dec. 29, 1868, to Jan. 8, 1869, — and Camp

(Transferred to 2d Cavalry, Oct. 29, 1870)

Harney, Or., to May 18, 1870; and on leave of absence, to Dec. 28, 1870.

Mustered out of Service, Dec. 28, 1870.

Civil History. — Unknown, nothing authentic having been received.

Military History. — Served: on frontier duty, at Omaha Barracks,

(Second Lieut., 2d Cavalry, Dec. 9, 1871)

Neb., Mar. to Sep. 3, 1872, — Ft. Ellis, Mon., Oct. 6, 1872, to Apr. 1, 1876 (leave of absence, Dec. 11, 1874, to June 11, 1875), Sioux Expedition, Apr. 1 to Sep. 29, 1876, being engaged at the Little Big Horn, June 26‑27, 1876, — Ft. Ellis, Mon., to Oct. 16, 1876, — Ft. Sanders, Wy., Nov. 2, 1876, to Sep. 3, 1877 (leave of absence, Nov. 17, 1876, to Jan. 17, 1877), — Ft. Custer, Mon., Sep. 30, 1877, to Apr. 24, 1878, — and Regimental Adjutant, Nov. 2, 1876, to Mar. 31, 1878; on leave of absence, May 11, 1878, to May 9, 1879; on frontier duty at Ft. Keogh, Mon., to June 3, 1880; on leave of absence to Aug. 6, 1880; at headquarters of the Department of Dakota, to Oct. 17, 1880; as Regimental Adjutant,

(First Lieut., 2d Cavalry, Dec. 20, 1880)

Dec. 20, 1880, to May 1, 1886; on frontier duty at Ft. Custer, Mon., to Nov. 17, 1883 (leave of absence, to May 11, 1884), — and Ft. Walla Walla, Wash. (leave of absence, Dec. 4, 1885, to Feb. 13, 1886), to Dec. 1, 1887; and on leave of absence, to Jan. 31, 1888.

Resigned, Jan. 31, 1888.

Civil History. — Captain, N. Y. Militia, since 1889.

Vol. IV
p185
[Supplement, Vol. IV: 1890‑1900]

Civil History. — Captain, Troop A, N. G. S. N. Y., April 3, 1889. — On duty, switchmen's strike, Buffalo, N. Y., 1892, and at Brooklyn, N. Y., during motormen's strike, 1895. — Major, Squadron A, N. G. S. N. Y., Feb. 18, 1895. — Major-General commanding National Guard, New York, Feb. 9, 1898. — On leave of absence from State, June 10 to Sept. 10, 1898.

Military History. —

(Brig.‑General, U. S. Volunteers, June 10, 1898)

(Honorably discharged from Volunteer Service, Sept. 10, 1898)

Civil History. — Dealer in Real Estate, — residence, New York, N. Y.

Vol. V
p156
[Supplement, Vol. V: 1900‑1910]

Civil History. — Major-General commanding Division National Guard, New York, Feb. 9, 1898, to April 4, 1898, with original rank. — Command of Camp Black, Hempstead Plains, N. Y., organizing Volunteer quota of New York for Spanish-American War, April 27 to May 25, 1898. — On duty at Croton Dam strike, New York, April 14 to April 24, 1900 and at Albany motormen's strike May 14 to May 18, 1901. — Major-General commanding Division National Guard, New York, Jan. 23, 1908 to –––––. Real estate dealer. — Residence New York, N. Y.

Vol. VI
p138
[Supplement, Vol. VI: 1910‑1920]

(Born May 1, 1848.)

Military History. —

First Lieut., 2d Cavalry, Dec. 20, 1880.

Resigned, Jan. 31, 1888.

Captain, Troop A, National Guard, N. Y., April 3, 1889.

On duty with Troop A during the Buffalo Riots and Brooklyn Street car strike.

(Major, Squadron A, National Guard, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1895.)

(Troop A and Squadron A, National Guard of New York, have put over 800 officers into the service.)

Major-General, National Guard, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1898.

Commanding National Guard of New York, April 4, 1898; established Camp Black, Long Island, May 1, 1898; 10,000 men in camp in one day; managed the Dewey Parade, New York City, receiving thanks of Municipal Assembly; managed the Prince Henry Parade and the Hudson-Fulton Parade; at Chickamauga and Knoxville, commanding 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 1st Corps, during Spanish-American War.

Address: 35 East 37th Street, New York City, or Highland Falls, N. Y.

Vol. VII
p94
[Supplement, Vol. VII: 1920‑1930]

Military History. —

First Lieutenant, 2nd Cavalry, Dec. 20, 1880.

Resigned, Jan. 31, 1888.

Died, Dec. 1, 1922, at Highland Falls, N. Y.: Aged 74.

Portrait and obituary in Annual Report, Association of Graduates, for 1923.


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