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 [decorative delimiter] Class of 1883

Vol. III
p369
2983

(Born Ky.)

Ira A. Haynes

(Ap'd Ky.)

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Military History. — Cadet at the Military Academy, July 1, 1879, to June 13, 1883, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to

Second Lieut., 3d Artillery, June 13, 1883.

Served: in garrison at Atlanta, Ga., Sep. 30 to Dec. 11, 1883, — Ft. Barrancas, Fla., to Sep. 11, 1884, — Atlanta, Ga., to Dec. 7, 1884, — Ft. Barrancas, Fla., to June 2, 1885, — Washington Barracks, D. C., to Aug. 31, 1886, — Artillery School for Practice, Ft. Monroe, Va., to Aug. 3, 1888 (leave of absence, to Aug. 31, 1888), — and Washington Barracks, D. C., Oct. 1, 1888, to –––––.

Vol. IV
p370
[Supplement, Vol. IV: 1890‑1900]

Military History. — Served at Washington Barracks, D. C.,

(First Lieut. of Artillery, 4th Artillery, April 1, 1891)

to Oct. 18, 1891; at Fort McPherson, Ga., to March, 1893; on duty with the Virginia State Militia at Richmond, Va., to June, 1893; garrison duty at Washington Barracks, D. C. (Regimental Quartermaster, Feb. 13, 1895 to March 2, 1889), to April, 1899; at Fort Monroe, Va.,

(Captain and Asst. Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Nov. 26, 1898 — Declined)

(Captain of Artillery, 6th Artillery, July 10, 1899)

to Dec. 3, 1899. — At Honolulu, H. I., to ––––

Vol. V
p343
[Supplement, Vol. V: 1900‑1910]

Military History. — Unknown, no information having been received.

(Lieutenant-Colonel, Artillery Corps, Oct. 1, 1906)

(Military Secretary, by detail, Oct. 3, 1906)

Vol. VI
p352
[Supplement, Vol. VI: 1910‑1920]

(Ira Allen Haynes, Born Sept. 10, 1859.)

Military History. —

Captain, 6th Artillery, July 10, 1899.

At Honolulu, Hawaii, December, 1899, to June 13, 1900; en route to U. S., June 14 to 30, 1900; at Fort Monroe, Va., instructor, Artillery School, July 1, 1900, to Aug. 18, 1903; at Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., commanding Battery, Aug. 24, 1903, to June 27, 1905; at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Quartermaster and Commissary, 2nd Provisional Regiment of Field Artillery, July 1 to Nov. 5, 1905; at Presidio of San Francisco, commanding 24th Field Battery, Nov. 10, 1905, to March 21, 1906; at San Francisco, with Coast Artillery March 22 to June 30, 1906; at Presidio of San Francisco, commanding 24th Field Battery, July 1 to Sept. 22, 1906; at Vancouver Bks., Wash., commanding 11th Battalion, Field Artillery, Sept. 26, 1906, to

(Major, Artillery Corps, Oct. 1, 1906)

(Military Secretary, by Detail, Oct. 3, 1906)

Oct. 25, 1906; at Atlanta, Ga., Military Secretary, Department of the Gulf, Nov. 1, 1906, to July 12, 1907; en route to Philippines, July 14 to Sept. 1, 1907; at Manila, Adjutant General, Department of Luzon, Sept. 2, 1907, to July 6, 1908; at Iloilo, P. I., Adjutant General, Department of the Visayas, July 10, 1908, to July 28, 1909; at Manila, on temporary duty, July 31 to Aug. 7, 1909; on leave of absence and en route to U. S., Aug. 8 to Dec. 21, 1909; at Fort Riley, Kans., Dec. 29, 1909, to Oct. 17, 1910; (relieved from detail in Adjutant General's Department, Oct. 2, 1910); on leave of absence and en route to Fort Baker, Cal., Oct. 18 to 26, 1910; at Fort Baker, commanding post, Oct. 27, 1910, to

(Lieut.‑Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, March 3, 1911)

(Adjutant-General, by Detail, March 20, 1911)

March 30, 1911; at San Francisco, Assistant Instructor to Adjutant General, Department of California, March 31, 1911, to

(Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, April 1, 1912)

May 24, 1912; (relieved from detail in Adjutant General's Department, March 31, 1912); on leave of absence and en route to Fort Monroe, Va., May 25 to June 11, 1912; at Fort Monroe, June 12, 1912, to Oct. 15, 1916; (commanding Coast Defenses of Chesapeake Bay and Commandant  p353 of Coast Artillery School, Feb. 18, 1913, to Oct. 15, 1916); at Washington, D. C., in office of Chief of Staff, Oct. 16, 1916, to

(Brigadier-General, National Army, Aug. 5, 1917)

Aug. 17, 1917; at Camp Beauregard, La., commanding 64th Field Artillery Brigade, Aug. 21, 1917, to Aug. 15, 1918; en route to France and commanding 64th Field Artillery Brigade in France, Aug. 16, 1918, to April 9, 1919; commanded 64th Field Artillery Brigade to April 21, 1919, and in addition commanded 39th Division for about one month in September-October, 1917, from November, 1917 to March, 1918, and for about three weeks in April‑May, 1918; arrived in France Sept. 3, 1918; at Training Area and Center of Camp Coëtquidan, Morbihan, as Senior Officer at this Center, to Nov. 8, 1918; commanding Camp Valdahon, Doubs, and Commandant of Army Artillery School at Camp Valdahon, Nov. 13, 1918, to Feb. 18, 1919; commanding Camp Coëtquidan, Morbihan, March, 1919; en route to U. S., April 9 to 17, 1919; commanding North Pacific Coast Artillery District, May 23, 1919, to

(Returned to Grade of Colonel, June 15, 1919)

Vol. VII
p198
[Supplement, Vol. VII: 1920‑1920]

Military History. —

Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, Apr. 1, 1912.

Brigadier-General, National Army, Aug. 5, 1917.

At Portland, Ore., commanding North Pacific Coast Artillery District, May 23, 1919, to June;

Returned to Grade of Colonel, June 15, 1919.

at San Francisco, Calif., commanding Coast Defenses of San Francisco, to Apr. 13, 1923;

Brigadier-General, U. S. A., Apr. 14, 1923.

in addition, commanded for most of the time from June, 1919, to Sept. 10, 1923, South Pacific Coast Artillery District.

Brigadier-General, U. S. A., Retired, Sept. 10, 1923,
By Operation of Law.

Vol. VIII
p65
[Supplement, Vol. VIII: 1930‑1940]

Military History: —

Brig.‑Gen., Ret., Sept. 10, 1923.

Vol. IX
p46
[Supplement, Vol. IX: 1940‑1950]

Military History: —

Brig Gen Ret 10 Sep 23

Civil History: — Author of several religious pamphlets. 47 Hamilton Court, Palo Alto Calif

Died Feb. 24, 1955, at Menlo Park, Cal.: Aged 95.a

Buried, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.


Thayer's Note:

a Gen. Haynes died after the publication of Vol. IX (1950), the most recent volume of the Supplements to Cullum's Register available to me, which may also be the most recent volume in the public domain. The date and place of his death are from a placeholder page at the West Point Association of Graduates.


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