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army officer

Charles Manly Busbee, American army officer. Decorated Bronze Star, Silver Star, campaign medals Club; Army and Navy Country (Washington, District of Columbia). Served in Mexican Campaign, 1916-1917, World War I, and with Occupation Forces in Germany after World World War World War II.

Background

Busbee, Charles Manly was born on July 3, 1893 in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. Son of Charles Manly and Elinor (Cooper) Busbee.

Education

Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1915. Graduated from Command and General staff schedul, 1926, Army War College, 1930.

Career

1 son, Charles Manly, Junior. Married second, Lou Taylor Uline, December 26, 1926. Children—John Taylor, Willis Uline.

Married 3d, Elizabeth Divers, July 3, 1957. Commissioned Second lieutenant, Field Artillery, United States Army, June 12, 1915, and advanced through grades to brigadier general, July 25, 1942, retired, 1954.

Membership

Served in Mexican Campaign, 1916-1917, World War I, and with Occupation Forces in Germany after World World War World War II.

Connections

Married Elizabeth C. White, July 9, 1917.; married second, Lou Taylor Uline, December 26, 1926.; married 3d, Elizabeth Divers, July 3, 1957.

Children: John Taylor, Willis Uline.

father:
Charles Manly Busbee

mother:
Elinor (Cooper) Busbee

spouses:
Lou Taylor Uline

Elizabeth C. White

Elizabeth Divers

children:
Willis Uline Busbee

John Taylor Busbee