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Maj .- Gen. Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson, 1st Baronet GCB ( April 5, 1810 – March 5, 1895 ) was a British East India Company army officer, politician and Orientalist, sometimes described as the Father of Assyriology.
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The township was named after Maj. Samuel Ringgold, a hero of the Battle of Palo Alto in the U. S .- Mexican War.
* Francis Charles Hastings Russell, 9th Duke of Bedford ( 1819 – 1891 ), eldest son of Maj .- Gen. Lord George Russell, second son of the 6th Duke
# Francis Anthony Russell ( b. 1948 ), great-grandson of Lord Arthur John Edward Russell, younger brother of the 9th Duke and second son of Maj .- Gen. Lord Sir George William Russell, second son of the 6th Duke
# David Whitney Erskine Russell, 5th Baron Ampthill ( b. 1947 ), great-great-grandson of Odo William Leopold Russell, 1st Baron Ampthill, younger brother of the 9th Duke and third and youngest son of Maj .- Gen. Lord Sir George William Russell
* Ferdinand William Cavendish-Bentinck, 8th Duke of Portland ( 1888 – 1980 ), great-grandson of Maj .- Gen. Lord Frederick Cavendish-Bentinck, fourth and youngest son of the 3rd Duke, died without issue
On April 9, in response to the cease fire violations, Maj .- Gen. Amiram Levine declared: " The residents in south Lebanon who are under the responsibility of Hezbollah will be hit harder, and the Hezbollah will be hit harder, and we will find the way to act correctly and quickly.
Young Memorial Lecture at Royal Military College of Canada and other activities by the Young Memorial Visitor honour the memory of 2360 Major John Douglas ( Doug ) Young ( RMC 1937 ) who was killed in action on D-Day, as well as his father, the late Maj .- Gen. James V. Young ( RMC 1911 ).
On May 1, 1885, Humboldt became the site of a large supply depot under Maj. Lt .- Colonel G. T. Denison of the Governor Generals ' Body Guard.
After the death of his first wife in 1689, he married Albinia Farington, daughter of Maj .- Gen. William Farington, by whom he had:
The American government managed to obtain early information of the enterprise and prepared to meet it with forces ( regular and militia ) under the command of Maj .- Gen. Andrew Jackson.
Between 1819 and 1826, Singapore was headed by two Residents of Singapore in succession, Maj .- Gen. William Farquhar and Dr. John Crawfurd.
Maj .- Gen. William Farquhar ( 1774 – 1839 ), who served as Singapore's first Governors of Singapore # Resident of Singapore ( 1819-1826 ) | Resident from 1819 to 1823
He married Elizabeth Boyle Hallowes, daughter of Maj .- Gen. George Skene Hallowes, on 3 February 1894 and had two children:
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The most sensitive, and in many ways the most crucial areas, along the Mississippi River and in western Tennessee along the Tennessee River and the Cumberland River were placed under the command of Maj. Gen. Leonidas Polk and Brig.
Eastern Tennessee was held for the Confederacy by two unimpressive brigadier generals appointed by Jefferson Davis, Felix Zollicoffer, a brave but untrained and inexperienced officer, and soon to be Maj. Gen. George B. Crittenden, a former U. S. Army officer with apparent alcohol problems.
Maj. Gen. Polk ignored the problems of Fort Henry and Fort Donelson when he took command and, after Johnston took command, at first refused to comply with Johnston's order to send an engineer, Lt. Joseph K. Dixon, to inspect the forts.
Johnston kept the Union forces, now under the overall command of the ponderous Maj. Gen. Henry Halleck, confused and hesitant to move, allowing Johnston to reach his objective undetected.
Johnston now planned to defeat the Union forces piecemeal before the various Union units in Kentucky and Tennessee under Grant with 40, 000 men at nearby Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, and the now Maj. Gen. Don Carlos Buell on his way from Nashville with 35, 000 men, could unite against him.
Gettysburg was his finest hour, but his relief by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade caused lasting enmity between the two men.
Doubleday was promoted to major on May 14, 1861, and commanded the Artillery Department in the Shenandoah Valley from June to August, and then the artillery for Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Banks's division of the Army of the Potomac.
) His men were routed when they encountered Maj. Gen. James Longstreet's corps, but by the following day, August 30, he took command of the division when Hatch was wounded, and he led his men to cover the retreat of the Union Army.
When his corps commander, Maj. Gen. John F. Reynolds, was killed very early in the fighting, Doubleday found himself in command of the corps.
On July 2, 1863, Army of the Potomac commander Maj. Gen. George G. Meade replaced Doubleday with Maj. Gen. John Newton, a more junior officer from another corps.
The ostensible reason was a report by XI Corps commander Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard that Doubleday's corps broke first, causing the entire Union line to collapse, but Meade also had a long history of disdain for Doubleday's combat effectiveness, dating back to South Mountain.
Maj. Gen. Thomas C. Hindman also charged Pike with mishandling of money and material, ordering his arrest.
Union Maj. Gen. George Gordon Meade's Army of the Potomac defeated attacks by Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, ending Lee's invasion of the North.
Prodded by President Abraham Lincoln, Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker moved his army in pursuit, but was relieved just three days before the battle and replaced by Meade.
This case was investigated in 1947 in a war crimes trial, and of 30 Japanese soldiers prosecuted, five ( Maj. Matoba, Gen. Tachibana, Adm. Mori, Capt.
At the end of May 1942, Eisenhower accompanied Lt. Gen. Henry H. Arnold, commanding general of the Army Air Forces, to London to assess the effectiveness of the theater commander in England, Maj. Gen. James E. Chaney.