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 [decorative delimiter] Class of 1888

Vol. III
p418
3243

(Born Ill.)

John L. Hayden1

(Ap'd Wash.)

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Born Chicago, IL.a

Military History. — Cadet at the Military Academy, June 15, 1884, to June 11, 1888, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to

Second Lieut., 1st Artillery, June 11, 1888.

Served: in garrison at the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., Sep. 30, 1888, to Nov. 1, 1889, — and Ft. Mason, Cal., to Dec. 17, 1889; and on frontier duty at Ft. Canby, Wash., to ––––

Vol. IV
p461
[Supplement, Vol. IV: 1890‑1900]

Military History. — Served: At Fort Canby, Wash., to May 8, 1890; at Fort Columbus, N. Y., to Sept. 16, 1890; with light battery, at Fort Riley, Kan. (in the campaign against Sioux Indians in South Dakota, Nov. 24, 1890 to Jan. 28, 1891, being engaged in the action at Wounded Knee, S. D., Dec. 29, and at White Clay Creek, S. D., Dec. 30, 1890), to Sept. 29, 1891, and at Fort Sheridan, Ill., to May 29, 1892; Professor of Military Science and Tactics at the University of Washington, Seattle, Wash., June 23, 1892

(First Lieut. of Artillery, 1st Artillery, Oct. 2, 1894)

to June 22, 1896; on leave to Aug. 23, 1896; under instruction at the Artillery School, Fort Monroe, Va., Sept. 1, 1896 to March 17, 1898 (Graduate, 1898); with battery at Fort Screven, Ga., to ––––

Vol. V
p417
[Supplement, Vol. V: 1900‑1910]

Military History. — Served: With battery at Fort Screven, Ga., to

(Captain, Artillery Corps, Feb. 2, 1901)

Aug. 21, 1901; commanding 5th Battery, Field Artillery, Aug. 27, 1901 to Feb. 14, 1907; at Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 27, 1901 to Dec. 31, 1904; en route to Philippines, Dec. 31, 1904 to Jan. 27, 1905; commanding Pasay Barracks, Manila, P. I., Jan. 27, 1905 to May 3, 1905; commanding Artillery and Engineer Garrison, Fort William McKinley, Rizal, P. I., May 3, 1905 to Feb. 14, 1907.

(Major of Artillery, Jan. 25, 1907)

En route from Philippines, Feb. 15, 1907 to Mar. 16, 1907; at Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., March 17 to April 30, 1907; A. W. L., April 30 to Aug. 2, 1907; commanding post of Fort Casey, Wash., Aug. 2, 1907 to –––––.

Vol. VI
p489
[Supplement, Vol. VI: 1910‑1920]

(John Louis Hayden, Born Nov. 2, 1866.)

Military History. —

Major, Artillery Corps, Jan. 25, 1907.

At Fort Casey, Wash., commanding post, Aug. 2, 1907, to Nov. 18, 1909; at Fort Monroe, Va., Dec. 1, 1909, to March 11, 1911; at Galveston, Tex., Major of 2nd Provisional Regiment of Coast Artillery, March 13 to July 10, 1911; at Fort Monroe, Va., July 12 to Sept. 15, 1911; at Fort Flagler, Wash., commanding post, Sept. 20 to 30, 1911; at Fort Casey, Wash., commanding post, Oct. 1, 1911, to

(Lieut.‑Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, Oct. 5, 1911)

June 18, 1914; at Fort Worden, Wash., commanding Coast Defenses of Puget Sound, June 19, 1914, to April 10, 1915; at Fort Casey, Wash., Fort Commander, April 11, 1915, to

(Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, July 1, 1916)

July 12, 1916; at Fort Worden, Wash., commanding Coast Defenses of Puget Sound, July 13, 1916, to March 29, 1917; at Portland, Ore., commanding First National Guard District of Western Department, March 30 to May 10, 1917; at Seattle, Wash., commanding North Pacific Coast Artillery District, May 11 to June 4, 1917; at Fort Worden, Wash., commanding Coast Defenses of Puget Sound, June 5 to

(Brigadier-General, N. A., Aug. 5, 1917)

Aug. 20, 1917; at Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga., commanding 56th Field Artillery Brigade, Aug. 25, 1917, to July 27, 1918; (by virtue of seniority, commanded 31st N. G. Division, Sept. 18, 1917, to March 15, 1918); at Field Artillery Brigade Training Center, Camp Jackson, S. C., commanding 56th Field Artillery Brigade, July 28, 1918, to ––––

Vol. VII
p269
[Supplement, Vol. VII: 1920‑1930]

Military History: —

Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, July 1, 1916.

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

At Camp Jackson, S. C., commanding 56th Field Artillery Brigade, July 28, 1918, to Oct. 4; at Camp Mills, N. Y., Oct. 6 to 18; en route to Brest to Oct. 25; at Camp Coetquidan, Morbihan, with Brigade, Oct. 31 to Nov. 23, when he was relieved from command of 56th Field Artillery Brigade and assigned to command of 162nd Field Artillery Brigade; ordered to return to U. S. Dec. 4, 1918; at Camp Lewis, Wash., commanding 13th Field Artillery Brigade, Jan. 11, 1919, to

p270 Returned to Grade of Colonel, Feb. 6, 1919.

Mar. 7; (commanding U. S. Forces in Seattle, Wash., and vicinity during general strike, Feb. 6 to 20); at Fort Winfield Scott, Cal., commanding 31st Brigade, Coast Artillery Corps, Mar. 10 to May 9; at Fort Worden, Wash., commanding Coast Defenses of Puget Sound, May 14, 1919, to Mar. 31, 1922.

Colonel, U. S. A., Retired, Mar. 31, 1922,
At His Own Request, After Over 37 Years' Service.

Brigadier-General, U. S. A., Retired, June 21, 1930,
Act of June 21, 1930.

Vol. VIII
p76
[Supplement, Vol. VIII: 1930‑1940]

Military History: —

Col., Ret., Mar. 31, 1922.

Brig.‑Gen., Ret., June 21, 1930.

Died, Feb. 22, 1936, at Port Townsend, Washington: Aged 69.

Portrait and obituary in Annual Report, Association of Graduates, for 1936.º


The Author's Note:

1 James. Hayden (father), Captain, 19th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 1861‑1864.


Thayer's Note:

a Gen. Hayden's birthplace is from his AOG obituary.


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