Saturday, August 26, 2017

Colonel Cunliffe Hall Murray

CUNLIFFE H. MURRAY. . (Ap'd N.Y.)..25 (Cunliffe Hall Murray, Born Aug. 26. 1852 in Charleston, South Carolina - died Mar 16, 1936 in Tenafly, New Jersey) is a 3rd cousin 4x removed our common grandparents being Annatie Hunnel and George Richtmeyer.  He and is wife are buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

Military History: Captain, 4th Cavalry, April 15, 1890. At Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., commanding Troop, June 17 to 27. 1898, and on mustering duty, June 28 to July 14, 1898 ; commanding Troop, July 15 to Aug. 11, 1898 ; en route to Philippines and at Manila.

Aide-de-Camp to Major General Otis, Aug. 13, 1898, to Feb. 10. 1899; at Manila, Inspector-General of Volunteers, Feb. 11 to June 30. 1899; Secretary to the Military Governor of the Philippines, July 1, 1899, to May 4, 1900; en route to U. S. and sick, May 5 to Oct. 3, 1900: nt Washington, D. C, in office of Inspector-General, Oct. 4 to Nov. 2. 1900 ; at Chicago, Ill., Inspector-General, Department of the Lakes, Nov. 4, 1900, to (Major, 4th Cavalry, Fer. 2, 1901) May 9, 1901 ; and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Department of the Lakes, May 10, 1901, to March 31. 1902 ; at Fort Leavenworth, Kans., commanding 2nd Squadron, 4th Cavalry, April 3, 1902, to (Lieut. -Colon el. 11th Cavalry, April 8, 1905) June 29, 1905; at Fort Des Moines. Iowa, with regiment, June 30, 1905, to June 14. 1907 (at Fort Riley, Kans., on detached service, July 25 to Oct. 4. 1906 ; commanding Fort Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 6, 1906, to June 14, 1907) ; at Fort Ethan Allen, Vt., with regiment. June 17 to Oct. 17, 1907 (commanding post, June 21 to Oct. 17) ; at Columbus Bks., Ohio, commanding Recruit Depot, Oct. 19, 1907, to (Transferred to 4th Cavalry, March 17, 19091 (Colonel. 10m Cavalry, April 18, 1909) (Transferred to 14th Cavalry, May 11, 1909) (Unassigned, March 11, 1911) (Assigned to 12th Cavalry, Sept. 17, 1911) to Oct. 6. 1911 ; at Fort Robinson, Neb., commanding 12th Cavalry,
as 2LT, maybe, uncertain if this is Cunliffe
Oct. 9, 1911, to March 7, 1913; at Washington, D. C, member of Cavalry Board, March 10 to July 16, 1913 ; at Winchester, Va., commanding Camp of Instruction, July 17 to Oct. 10, 1913; at Washington, D. C, member of Cavalry Board, Oct. 11, 1913, to April 17, 1914 ; en route to Philip pines and on leave of absence, April 18 to (Transferred to 7th Cavalry, June 1, 1914) to June 4, 1914 ; at Fort William McKinley, P. I., commanding regiment, June 5 to Sept. 15, 1914 ; commanding regiment in Field Maneuvers in Philippines, Sept. 15 to Nov. 15, 1914 ; at Camp Stotsenburg, P. I., com manding regiment, Nov. 16, 1914, to (Transferred to 9th Cavalry, Nov. 15, 1915) (Attached to 7th Cavalry, Nov. 15, 1915) April 13, 1916; en route to U. S., April 15 to June 13, 1916; on leave of absence, June 14 to Aug. 26, 1916. Colonel, U. S. A., Retired, Aug. 26, 1916, By Operation of Law.

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