Eugene Mead Caffey Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1918. Engineer School, United States Army, 1919-1920. Bachelor of Laws, University Virginia, 1933.
National War College, 1948.
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, United States Army, 1918, advanced through grades to Judge Advisory General of Army, 1954. Served in C.E., 1918-1930, surveys Republic of Panama, 1922-1926, Tacna Africa, Plebiscitary Commission, 1926, American Electoral Mission to Nicaragua, 1928-1929, Nicaragua Canal Survey, 1929-1930. With Judge Advisory General’s Department, 1930-1941, counsel for Philippine Government, also secretary war, 1935-1940.
With C.E., 1941-1947, commanded 20th Engineer Combat Regiment, Morocco and Tunisia, 1st Engineer Special Brigade, Sicily, Italy and Normandy. Judge Advisory General’s Department, 1947-1956, Judge Advisory General of Army, 1954-1956. Retired, 1956; member of law firm Darden & Caffey, 1957-1959, Darden, Caffey & Mechem, 1959-1960, Darden & Caffey, 1961.
Member of law firm Darden & Caffey, 1957-1959, Darden, Caffey & Mechem, 1959-1960, Darden & Caffey, 1961. Member Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi.
Married Catherine Frances Howell, June 12, 1918. Children: Eugene Mead, Catherine Howell (Mistress James P. Sturrock), Lochlin Willis, Hester Washburn (Mistress Richard C. Mallonee), Benjamin Franklin, Francis Gordon, Helen Mead, Mary Winn (Mistress Paul H. Reistrup), Thurlow Washburn Howell.
- Lochlin Washington Caffey
- Helen Eugenia (Mead) Caffey
- Catherine Frances Howell
- Thurlow Washburn Howell Caffey
- Mary Winn Caffey (Mistress Paul H. Reistrup)
- Catherine Howell Caffey (Mistress James P. Sturrock)
- Benjamin Franklin Caffey
- Francis Gordon Caffey
- Eugene Mead Caffey
- Hester Washburn Caffey (Mistress Richard C. Mallonee)
- Lochlin Willis Caffey
- Helen Mead Caffey