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 [decorative delimiter] Class of 1891

Vol. IV

(Born Mich.)

Guy H. B. Smith

(Ap'd Md.)


Military History. — Cadet at the U. S. M. A., from June 16, 1887 to June 12, 1891, when he was graduated and promoted in the army to

(Second Lieut. of Infantry, 4th Infantry, June 12, 1891)

Served: Garrison duty at Fort Spokane, Wash., Sept. 30, 1891 (in the field in Idaho suppressing miner disturbances, July 13 to Nov. 15, 1892) to July 12, 1893; on leave and en route to Oct. 16, 1893; garrison duty at Fort Sherman, Ida. (in the field in Idaho during railroad strikes, July 2 to Sept. 10, 1894), to July 17, 1895; under instruction at the Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Sept. 1, 1895 to June 16, 1897 (Honor Graduate, 1897); garrison duty at Fort Sheridan, Ill., Sept. 1, 1897

(First Lieut. of Infantry, 4th Infantry, April 26, 1898)

 p525  to April 14, 1899; with regiment at Tampa, Fla., to June 14, 1899; in the campaign against Santiago, and in Cuba, to Aug., 1898, being engaged in the battles of El Caney, July 1, and San Juan, July 1‑3, and in the siege of Santiago to July 17, 1898; on sick leave, Aug. 30, 1898 to Dec. 28, 1899; with regiment en route to and in the Philippines to ––––

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

Military History. — Served: On sick leave, Aug. 30 to Dec. 28, 1898; at Fort Sheridan, Ill., to Jan. 15, 1899; en route to and in the Philippines, to Dec. 24, 1901; in the campaigns of the Philippine Insurrection in Luzon, being engaged in holding the intrenchments at Manila, March 25 to April 8, 1899, and holding the intrenchments at Pasay, April 15 to June 10, 1899; garrison duty at Imus, June 11, 1899 (engaged in skirmishes at Perez Das Marinas, June 20, 1899; Binacayan, Oct. 5 and 6, 1899; Puente Julian, near Imus, Nov. 20, 1899, and in defense of Imus, Nov. 25, 1899 to July 12, 1900; garrison duty at Manila,)

(Captain, 15th Infantry, Dec. 7, 1900)

to Jn.º 20, 1901; at Perez, Das Marinas, engaged in expedition for the capture of, and with company, captured Colonel Juan Castaneda and Major Victor Quiamson, of the Insurgent Army, March 12, 1901 to March 22, 1901; garrison duty at Indan, engaged in expedition for the relief of a troop of the 6th Cavalry, hemmed in by insurgents, at Talisay, March 30, 1901.

(Transferred to the 4th Infantry, Aug. 24, 1901)

— At Nasagbu, in command of expedition in attack upon Ciriaco's band of outlaws, being engaged in skirmishes at Pinquian Hill and at Barrio of Abilo, Nov. 23, 1901; in command of expedition against Looc, Dec. 18, 1901 to Dec. 19, 1901; en route to the United States, to Jan. 20, 1902; at Fort McIntosh, Tex., Feb. 5, 1902 to April 16, 1903; detached service at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo., to Jan. 12, 1904; en route to join regiment in the Philippines, to March 11, 1904; garrison duty at Bulan, Luzon, P. I., to Aug. 2, 1904; at Camp Eldridge, Luzon, P. I., to June 11, 1905; with regiment, en route to the U. S., to July 19, 1905; at Fort Thomas, Ky., to Jan. 29, 1906; at Fort Wayne, Detroit, Mich., with company, (en route to and at camp of field maneuvers at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., and en route to rejoin station, July 15 to Sept. 28, 1906), to Oct. 1, 1906; at Washington Barracks, Washington, D. C., to Aug. 1, 1907; garrison duty at Fort Thomas, Ky., (on detached service, as Range Officer at National Rifle Match, at Camp Perry, O., Aug. 22 to Sept. 1, 1907), to Feb. 27, 1908; absent from regiment, sick at Fort Thomas, Ky., to Aug. 14, 1907; on detached service as Range Officer at National Rifle Match, at Camp Perry, O., to Aug. 18, 1908; en route to join regiment in the Philippines, to Oct. 30, 1908; garrison duty at Camp Jossman, Guimaras, P. I.; on detached service, familiarizing himself with the military situation in the southern islands, Jan. 21 to 28, 1909; on detached service, at Competitor at Division Rifle Competition at Manila, P. I., May 1 to 15, 1909; Commissary, 4th Infantry, Dec. 2, 1909.

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

(Guy Howard Berard Smith, Born Dec. 1, 1869.)

Entered the Academy as Guy Berard Smith; name changed by authority of the Secretary of War, Feb. 19, 1890, to Guy Howard Berard Smith.

Military History. —

Captain, 15th Infantry, Dec. 7, 1900.

Transferred to 4th Infantry, Aug. 24, 1901.

At Camp Jossman, Guimaras, P. I., Oct. 30, 1908, to May 15, 1910; Regimental Commissary, 4th Infantry, from Dec. 2, 1909; en route to U. S., May 15 to June 11, 1910; at Fort Crook, Neb., June 17; in arrest from June 23, 1910.

Dismissed, Feb. 23, 1911.

Per G. O. No. 27, War Department, Feb. 23, 1911.

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

Military History. —

Captain, 15th Infantry, Dec. 7, 1900.

(Transferred to 4th Infantry, Aug. 24, 1901.)

Dismissed, Feb. 23, 1911,

Per G. O. No. 27, War Department, Feb. 23, 1911.

[Supplement, Vol. VIII: 1930‑1940]

Military History: —

Capt., 15th Inf., Dec. 7, 1900.

Dismissed, Feb. 23, 1911.

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

No data​a

Thayer's Note:

a The Register gives no death data. As late as Vol. IX (1950), the most recent volume of the Supplements to Cullum's Register available to me, he is not marked as deceased.

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