Francis Cutler Marshall, American army officer. Member S.R., Order of the Dragon.
Marshall, Francis Cutler was born on March 26, 1867 in Galena, Illinois, United States. Son of George A. and Miriam (Cutler) Marshall.
Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1890. (Master of Arts, Trinity College, 1916).
General J. H. Page, United States of America, September 5, 1894. Commissioned Second lieutenant 8th Cavalry, June 12, 1890. First lieutenant 6th Cavalry, January 5, 1897.
Captain 15th Cavalry, February 2, 1901. Major 2d Cavalry, September 3, 1912. Assigned to 11th Cavalry, November 1, 1914.
Translations to 15th Cavalry, August 15, 1915. Lieutenant colonel, July 1, 1916. Colonel, June 22, 1917.
Brigadier general, N.A., December 17, 1917. Commanded 165th Field Artillery Brig., 90th Division, to October 20, 1918, 2d Brig., 1st Division, to May 28, 1919, 8th Brig., 4th Division, to August, 1919. In 1st Army, San Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne operations.
In 3d American Army, occupation of Germany, November 20, 1918-July 3, 1919. Croix de Guerre, with palm, 1919.