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Naval officer

Charles Conway Hartigan, American naval officer. Awarded Medal of Honor, 1913; Mexican campaign, World War, Dominican campaign and Yangtse campaign medals. member United States Naval mission to Brazil, 1919-1921, 1925-1927.

Background

Hartigan, Charles Conway was born on September 13, 1882 in Middletown, New York, United States. Son of William C. and Minnie (Conway) Hartigan.

Education

Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, 1906.

Career

Commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1906, and advanced through the grades to rear admiral, 1941. Retired July 1941; served in Mexican campaign, 1913. Commanded United States Ship Cassin (destroyer), June 1918-March 1919.

Member United States Naval mission to Brazil, 1919-1921, 1925-1927. Commanded Destroyer Division 25 (United States Ship Isherwood, flagship), 1927-1929. United States naval attache, Peking, China, 1929-1932.

Commanded United States Ship Relief, 1932-1934. Office Chief of Naval Operations, 1934-1936. Naval War College, Newport, 1936-1937.

Commanded United States Ship Oklahoma, 1937-1939. Office Chief of Naval Operations, 1939-1941.

Membership

Member United States Naval mission to Brazil, 1919-1921, 1925-1927. Clubs: Chevy Chase.

Connections

Married Margaret Thompson, May 5, 1910. Children: Margaret Alden (Mistress James A. B. Barton), Charles Conway (Lieutenant.

father:
William C. Hartigan

mother:
Minnie (Conway) Hartigan

spouse:
Margaret Thompson

children:
Charles Conway (lt Hartigan

Margaret Alden Hartigan (Mistress James A. B. Barton)