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 [decorative delimiter] Class of 1881

Vol. III
p351
2912

(Born Ct.)

Andrew G. Hammond

(Ap'd Ct.)

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Military History. — Cadet at the Military Academy, June 14, 1876, to June 11, 1881, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to

Second Lieut., 8th Cavalry, June 11, 1881.

Served: in the field at Del Rio, and Mayer's Springs, Tex., Sep. 29, 1881, to Feb. 22, 1882; on leave of absence, to May 1, 1882; on frontier duty at Ft. Clark, Tex., and Scouting, to May 3, 1883, — Ft. Duncan, Tex., to Aug. 30, 1883, — Ft. Clark, and Scouting in Texas, to June 3, 1884, — Scouting in New Mexico, to Nov. 14, 1884, — Ft. Clark, Tex., and in the field, to May 1, 1887 (on leave of absence, to Sep. 1, 1887), — Ft. Hancock, Tex., to May 9, 1888, — and on the march to and

(First Lieut., 8th Cavalry, Apr. 11, 1889)

at Ft. Keogh, Mon., to Aug. 2, 1889; and under instruction at the Infantry School of Application, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Sep. 1, 1889, to –––––.

Vol. IV
p347
[Supplement, Vol. IV: 1890‑1900]

(Andrew Goodrich Hammond)

Military History. — Served: As student officer, U. S. Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Sept., 1889 until June 15, 1891 (Graduate, 1891). — On leave until Nov. 1, 1891. — (Regimental Quartermaster, 8th Cavalry, Dec. 7, 1891 to Nov., 1892.) — With regiment until Nov. 15, 1894, when ordered for duty at U. S. Infantry and Cavalry School as Assistant Instructor of Engineering.

(Captain of Cavalry, 8th Cavalry, May 31, 1896)

— On said duty until Feb. 1, 1898, when appointed instructor. — Relieved from duty at school, May 18, 1898, to enable him to accept commission from Governor of State of Connecticut, in Connecticut Volunteers, Spanish-American war.

(Lieut.‑Colonel, 1st Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, May 26, 1898)

(Honorably mustered out of Volunteer Service, Oct. 31, 1898)

— Mustering Officer, State of Connecticut, till Dec. 1, 1898. — With regiment and in command of troop at Puerto Principe, Cuba, from Dec. 7, 1898 to ––––

Vol. V
p324
[Supplement, Vol. V: 1900‑1910]

Military History. — Served: With regiment and in command of troop at Puerto Principe, Cuba, from Dec. 7, 1898 to Jan. 31, 1899; commanding troop at Puerto Principe, Cuba, from Feb. 15, 1899 to Jan. 15, 1900; on sick leave, Jan. 16, 1901 to Feb. 10, 1901; on recruiting service at St. Louis, Mo., from Feb. 11, 1901 to May 10, 1901; commanding District of Puerto Principe, Cuba, May 27, 1901 to Oct. 31, 1901; Adjutant of regiment in Cuba, to Feb., 1902; Fort Reno, Oklahoma Territory, to April, 1902; Jefferson Barracks, Mo.,

(Major 3d Cavalry, Aug. 5, 1903)

to Aug. 17, 1903; on duty at World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo., from Aug. 18, 1903 to Feb. 15, 1905; on General Court Martial duty at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., to March 18, 1905; on leave, from March 19, 1905 to July 14, 1905; commanding squadron at Fort Assinniboine, Mont., July 16, 1905 to Sept. 5, 1905; Fort Yellowstone, Wyo., to Sept. 19, 1905, and at San Francisco, Cal., to Nov. 4, 1905; sick in hospital at San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 5, 1905 to Feb. 21, 1906.

Died, Feb. 21, 1906, at Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.: Aged 49.


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