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army officer

Carl Rogers Darnall, American army officer. Award: D. Served in Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, Boxer Rebellion, World War.; Fellow American College Surgeons. Award: Distinguished Service Medal (United States).

Background

Darnall, Carl Rogers was born on December 25, 1867 in Weston, Texas, United States. Son of Joseph Rogers and Mary Ellen (Thomas) Darnall.

Education

Student Carlton College, Bonham, Texas, and Transylvania U., Lexington, Kentucky. Doctor of Medicine Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1890. Graduated from Army Medical School, Washington, District of Columbia, 1897.

Career

Commissioned First lieutenant and assistant surgeon, United States of America, October 26, 1896, and advanced through grades to colonel, May 15, 1917. Brigadier general, December 5, 1929. Commander Army Medical Center, Washington, District of Columbia, 1929-1931, retired December 31, 1931.

Membership

Served in Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, Boxer Rebellion, World War. Fellow American College Surgeons. Award: Distinguished Service Medal (United States).

Connections

Married Annie Estella Major, April. Children: Joseph Rogers, William Major, Carl Robert.

father:
Joseph Rogers Darnall

mother:
Mary Ellen (Thomas) Darnall

spouse:
Annie Estella Major

children:
Joseph Rogers Darnall

William Major Darnall

Carl Robert Darnall