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army officer.

Charles Dudley Hartman, American army officer. awarded D.


Hartman, Charles Dudley was born on August 22, 1886 in Brookhaven, Mississippi, United States. Son of Frank Hiram and Mary (Eitel) Hartman.


Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1908. Master of Business Administration, Harvard, 1929.


Commissioned Second lieutenant, Infantry, United States Army, 1908, and advanced through the grades to brigadier general, August, 1940. With 3d Infantry, Spokane, Washington, 1908. Active service, Moro insurrection, P.I.

Returned to the United States, 1912. Assigned to Madison Barracks, New York. Served during Texas border trouble.

O.T.C., Madison Barracks, 1917. Major Question Manager Corps, Washington, District of Columbia, in charge Repair and Operation Division constructing housing for all troops in World War, 1917-1919 (awarded Distinguished Service Medal). Graves Registration, 1919-1920.

Assistant director, later director, sales of surplus war materials, 1920-1924. Duty Fort Myer, Virginia, 1924-1926. Executive officer construction, Office Question Manager General, 1934-1935.

General Staff, War Department, 1935-1938. Executive officer construction, 1938-1939. Superintendent Army Transport Service, San Francisco, 8 months.

Chief construction, Office Question Manager General, 1940-1941. Commanded Question Manager Replacement Training Center, May 1941-June 1943. Retired from active duty April 1943, as brig. general.

Home: Washington, District of Columbia *.


Married Marjorie Tripp, January 22, 1913. Children: Charles Dudley, Joseph Wentworth.

Frank Hiram Hartman

Mary (Eitel) Hartman

Marjorie Tripp

Charles Dudley Hartman

Joseph Wentworth Hartman