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 [decorative delimiter] Class of 1897

Vol. IV
p626
3757

(Born Md.)

Lawrence S. Miller1

(Ap'd Vt.)

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Born Baltimore, MD.a

Military History. — Cadet at the U. S. M. A., from June 21, 1893 to June 11, 1897, when he was graduated and promoted in the army to

(Add. Second Lieut. of Artillery, 4th Artillery, June 11, 1897)

Served: On duty at Fort Washington, Md., Sept. 30, 1897

(Second Lieut. of Artillery, 4th Artillery, Feb. 28, 1898)

to July 30, 1898.

(First Lieut. of Artillery, 4th Artillery, March 14, 1899)

— Fort Hunt, Va., to April 1, 1899. — Left Fort Hunt for duty in the Philippine with Light Battery F, 4th Artillery, April 1, 1899. — Arrived at Manila, P. I., May 23, 1899. — In the field, Philippine Islands, to ––––

Vol. V
p577
[Supplement, Vol. V: 1900‑1910]

Military History. — Served: In the field, Philippine Islands, to Oct. 1, 1901; at the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 28, 1901 to March 1, 1902.

(Transferred to 6th Artillery, March 2, 1900)

(Captain, Coast Artillery Corps, Aug. 1, 1901)

— At Manila, P. I., April, 1902, to Nov., 1903; Professor of Military Science and Tactics at the University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt., Jan. 7, 1904 to Aug. 1, 1906; at Fort Barrancas, Fla., Sept. 10, 1906 to Aug. 25, 1908; at Coast Artillery School, Fort Monroe, Va., Aug. 28, 1908 to –––––.

Vol. VI
p793
[Supplement, Vol. VI: 1910‑1920]

(Lawrence Sprague Miller, Born March 5, 1872.)

Military History. —

Captain, Coast Artillery Corps, Aug. 1, 1901.

At Fort Monroe, Va., at Coast Artillery School, Aug. 28, 1908, to July 31, 1909; at Fort Trumbull, Conn., commanding Company, Aug. 31, 1909, to July, 1910; at Fort H. G. Wright, N. Y., commanding Company to

(Major, Coast Artillery Corps, April 1, 1911)

July, 1911; at Fort Moultrie, S. C., July, 1911, to

(Quartermaster, By Detail, Sept. 30 to Oct. 17, 1911)

(Paymaster, By Detail, Jan. 17, 1912)

Jan. 29, 1912; at Washington, D. C., Jan. 30 to Oct. 21, 1912; at Fort McPherson, Ga., Post Quartermaster, Oct. 23, 1912, to March 29, 1913; at Manila, P. I., in office of Chief Quartermaster, May 5, 1913, to Aug. 31, 1914, when he was relieved from duty as Quartermaster; at Fort Mills, P. I., Sept. 1, 1914, to Sept. 15, 1915; at Fort Preble, Me., Fort Commander, Dec. 17, 1915, to

(Lieut.‑Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, May 15, 1917)

(Colonel of Field Artillery, National Army, Aug. 5, 1917)

 p794  Aug. 11, 1917; (at Laredo, Texas, on temporary duty, June 27 to Sept. 7, 1916); at Fort McKinley, Me., Fort Commander, Aug. 11 to 21, 1917; at Camp Upton, N. Y., commanding 306th Field Artillery, Aug. 22, 1917, to April 22, 1918; in France, to June, 1919; at Camp Meade, Md., June 12, to

(Returned to Grade of Lieut.‑Colonel, July 10, 1919)

Oct. 20; on leave of absence to Nov. 4; at Fort Dade, Fla., Nov. 6, 1919, to April 19, 1920.

Lieut.‑Colonel, U. S. A., Retired, April 19, 1920,
For Disability Contracted in Line of Duty.

Vol. VII
p437
[Supplement, Vol. VII: 1920‑1930]

Military History: —

Lieutenant-Colonel, U. S. A., Retired, Apr. 23, 1920,
For Disability Contracted in Line of Duty.

Colonel, U. S. A., Retired, June 21, 1930,
Act of June 21, 1930.

Vol. VIII
p108
[Supplement, Vol. VIII: 1930‑1940]

Military History: —

Lt.‑Col., Ret., Apr. 23, 1920. Col., Ret., June 21, 1930.

Vol. IX
p68
[Supplement, Vol. IX: 1940‑1950]

Military History: —

Lt Col Ret 23 Apr 20; Col Ret 21 Jun 30.

Died Washington DC, 19 Mar 45: Aged 73.

Buried, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.


The Author's Note:

1 Son of Brigadier-General Indicates a West Point graduate and gives his Class.Marcus P. Miller, U. S. A., retired, who graduated U. S. M. A., in the class of 1858.


Thayer's Note:

a Col. Miller's birthplace is from the memorial article and biographical sketch at West Point Association of Graduates.


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