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Isaiah Davies Edit Profile

army officer.

Isaiah Davies, American army officer. Mason.; Club: Army and Navy (Washington).

Background

Davies, Isaiah was born on July 12, 1890 in near Columbus, Kansas, United States. Son of William Benjamin and Mollie (Calvert) Davies.

Education

Education public and high schools in Kansas.

Career

Colonel Robert C. McBride), Virginia Lee (wife of Commerce. W. Corbett). Private Infantry, May 1912-February 1914. Transferred to Aviation Secretary, Signal Corps, Air Corps and Army Air Forces, February 1914, advanced through the grades to brigadier general, April 21, 1942.

Rated command pilot and combat observer. Chief of staff, Eleventh Air Force. Commanded squadron under General Wm.

Mitchel during bombing demonstrations off Virginia Capes in 1921, when the German battleships were sunk, the first to be sunk by bombs.

Membership

Mason.; Club: Army and Navy (Washington).

Connections

Married Beatrice Whitaker, June 2, 1915. Children: Zela Louise (wife of Lieutenant.

father:
William Benjamin Davies

mother:
Mollie (Calvert) Davies

spouse:
Beatrice Whitaker

child:
Zela Louise (wife of Lt Davies