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Edward Terence Donnelly

army officer

Edward Terence Donnelly, British army officer. Awarded Croix de Guerre (France). Catholic. Served in Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, and on Mexican border.

Background

Donnelly, Edward Terence was born on August 22, 1871 in London, England. Son of Edward C. D., of New York City.

Education

Educated Manhattan College, Columbia University. Bachelor of Laws, New York Law School. Grade School of Application for Cavalry and Field Artillery, 1905.

Career

Commissioned captain 8th New York Infantry, May 17, 1898. Honorary mustered out, November 3, 1898. First lieutenant 43d United States Infantry, August 17, 1899.

Honorary mustered out, July 5, 1901. First lieutenant Artillery Corps, August, 1901. Captain, January 25, 1907.

Assigned to 1st Field Artillery, June 6, 1907. Translations to 6th Field Artillery, June 11, 1912, to 3d Field Artillery, March 20, 1913, to 5th Field Artillery, November 1, 1915. Major, July 1, 1916. later lieutenant colonel.

Colonel N.A., August 5, 1916. Brigadier general N.A., April 12, 1918.

Membership

Served in Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, and on Mexican border.

Connections

Married Mistress.

father:
Edward C. D. Donnelly

spouse:
Mistress