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army officer

George Francis Chase, American army officer. Served in Department of Platte, 1871-1880, participating in many campaigns against Indians and in Tongue River, Rosebud, Slim Buttes, Fort Robinson and Hat Creek battles; Member Military Order Carabao, Order of Indian Wars of the United States, Veterinary Army of Philippines.

Background

Chase, George Francis was born on July 29, 1848 in Macomb, Illinois, United States. Son of Review James M. and Salina (Venable) Chase.

Education

Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1871.

Career

Of Colonel Ely McClellan, United States of America, October 30, 1888. Commissioned Second lieutenant 9th Infantry, June 12, 1871. Promoted through grades to colonel 12th Cavalry, October 2, 1906.

Brigadier general, May 16, 1912. Retired on account of age, July 29, 1912.

Membership

Served in Department of Platte, 1871-1880, participating in many campaigns against Indians and in Tongue River, Rosebud, Slim Buttes, Fort Robinson and Hat Creek battles. Member Military Order Carabao, Order of Indian Wars of the United States, Veterinary Army of Philippines.

Connections

Married Nannie, d.

father:
Review James M. Chase

mother:
Salina (Venable) Chase

spouse:
Nannie