William Mackey CRUIKSHANK
William Mackey CRUIKSHANK, Brigadier General, United States Army. Member of American Legion; Military Order of World War; Loyal Legion Clubs: Chevy Chase, Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia), Army and Navy of American (New York.
CRUIKSHANK, William Mackey was born on November 7, 1870 in Washington. District of Columbia. Son of John and Margaret Euphrasia (Antisell) Cruikshank.
Cornell. New York, one yr.; United States Military Academy., 1893
Second Lieutenant, First Artillery, 1893. In Cuba, Span.-American War, 1898. Went to France, Adjunct, First Division, 1917-1919.
Brigadier General, National. Army, 1918; Chief of Artillery, Fourth Corps, 1918-1919. Army of Occupation, Germany, 1918-1919, First Corps, January-April 1918, with Third Division, Field Artillery Brigadier, Germany, April-August 1919.
War Department General Staff, 1920-1924. Commanding Tenth F. A., Fort Lewis, Washington, 1924-1925. Brigadier General, Regular Army, Fort Totten, New York, 1925.
Commanding Panama Coast Artillery District, Canal Zone, 1927-1930. Commandant, Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, February since 1930.
Member of American Legion. Military Order of World War. Loyal Legion Clubs: Chevy Chase, Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia), Army and Navy of American (New York.
Spouse Cornelia Baird Holabird, April 30, 1904, Evanston, 111.