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army officer

Albert Clinton Stanford, American army officer.

Background

Stanford, Albert Clinton was born on March 25, 1895 in Chatsworth, Illinois, United States. Son of Fred Clinton and Ettie Nora (Tilden) Stanford.

Education

Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1917. Master of Science, Yale, 1925. Graduate Signal Corps School, 1923, Field Artillery, School, 1929, Command and General staff schedul, 1941.

Career

1 son, Frederick Clinton. Commissioned Second lieutenant Cavalry, 1917. Promoted through grades to brigadier general July 1942.

Transferred to Signal Corps, 1920, to Field Artillery, 1927. Professor military science and tactics, Michigan State College, 1936-1940. Assigned 34th Infantry Division, August 1942.

Later assigned for overseas station. Retired 1946. Home: 301 W. State St., Trenton, New Jersey.

Connections

Married Florence C. Busbee, March 6, 1918.

father:
Fred Clinton Stanford

mother:
Ettie Nora (Tilden) Stanford

spouse:
Florence C. Busbee