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army officer.

Charles Rutherford Noyes, American army officer.

Background

Noyes, Charles Rutherford was born on April 16, 1858 in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Horatio S. and Abbie S. (Woodman) Noyes.

Education

Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1879. Army War College, 1914.

Career

Commissioned Second lieutenant 9th Infantry, June 13, 1879. First lieutenant, August 28, 1887. Captain April 26, 1898.

Major, August 12, 1903. A.a.g., April 7, 1904. Assigned to 9th Infantry, April 7, 1908.

Lieutenant colonel 21st Infantry, March 3, 1911. Colonel of infantry, March 8, 1913. Assigned to 30th Infantry, November 29, 1913, to 22d Infantry, April 25, 1914, to 17th Infantry, March 8, 1916.

Instructor mathmatics, United States Military Academy, 1888-1892. Served in Ute campaign, 1879-1880. In campaign against Santiago de Cuba, 1898.

In Philippine Islands with regiment, 1899-1900, and 1901-1902. Participated in China Relief Expedition, 1900. Wounded at Battle of Tien Tsin, July 13, 1900.

Duty headquarters Department of Missouri, 1903-1908. Headquarters Central Department, 1912-1913. Headquarters Eastern Department, 1914-1916.

Duty in Mexico, August 1916-February 1917. Address: War Department, Washington, District of Columbia.

Connections

Married Gertrude H. Noyes, of Kenwood, New York, March 26, 1898.

father:
Horatio S. Noyes

mother:
Abbie S. (Woodman) Noyes

spouse:
Gertrude H. Noyes