Charles Jacobs Symmonds Edit Profile
Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1890.
He was awarded the Army. His award citation reads: He successfully administered a large personnel and supervised the growth of Gievres as a storage depot. He organized the system of supply from that station so efficiently that there were not shortages, either for food or material, at the regulating stations dependent upon Gievres for supply during all the active operations.
Symmonds' official residence was listed as Kenosha, Wisconsin. He graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1888 and served in the Spanish–American War and World War I. After the war he was a cavalry commander at Fort Bliss, Texas, and then for two years was the commandant of the cavalry school at Fort Riley, Kansas. Symmonds is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
Married George Crook, d. Children: Robert Earl (killed in action, World War), Katharine Godfrey, Phillis Wey.