Brevet Brigadier General

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Brevet (military) - United States - American Civil War
... all senior officers received some form of brevet award, mainly during the final months of the war ... In addition to the authorization in a previous law for awards of brevet ranks to Regular Army officers, an act of Congress of March 3, 1863 authorized the award of brevet rank to officers of the United States ... Thus, brevet awards became increasingly common later in the war ...
The Woodlands (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) - Notable Burials
... John Joseph Abercrombie (1798–1877), Civil War general Timothy Shay Arthur (1809–1885), author, founder of Arthur's Home Magazine Hartman Bache (1798–1872), Civil War Union ... Birney (1825–1864), Civil War Union major general Sylvester Bonnaffon, Jr ... Crosman (1799–1882), Civil War brevet major general Jacob Mendes Da Costa (1833–1900), surgeon Francis Martin Drexel (1792–1863), Philadelphia banker, progenitor of the Drexel banking dynasty Anthony Joseph ...
List Of American Civil War Generals - Identification of American Civil War Generals - Active Duty U.S. Army Officers and Military School Graduates in Civil War Armies - Staff Officers
... of birth Actual rank Appointment date Brevet rank Appointment date Allegiance Notes Timothy Andrews c. 1794 Lieutenant Colonel Deputy Paymaster General Brevet Brigadier General September 13, 1847 U.S.A ... Larned as Colonel and Paymaster General, September 6, 1862 ...
Brigadier - Non-commissioned Rank - Spain
... The Spanish rank brigada is distinct from the Spanish-language brigadier used for senior officers in Latin America (and historically in Spain) ...
The Rat Catchers
... managing director with 12 years' experience under his belt, Brigadier H ... Part of the problem is that the Brigadier refuses to tell him more than the minimum that he needs to know about the organisation. 3, he is not sure whether Smith or the Brigadier is his boss ...

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