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Jarvis Johnson Bain, American army officer. Mason, California, 1905-1907; member War Plans Division General Staff, 1923-1927; member faculty Command General Staff School Fort Leavenworth Kansas, August, 1931-1935; member Mississippi River Commission, 1929-1930; Served as private, Spanish-American War.; Member Society American Military Engineers, Association Graduates United States Military Academy.

Background

Bain, Jarvis Johnson was born on May 2, 1880 in Martinsville, Indiana, United States. Son of James Gallagher and Sallie (Johnson) Bain.

Education

Preparatory education, high school, Martinsville. Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1905. Graduate Garrison Schools, United States Army, 1907, Engineer School, 1908, School of The Line (distinguished graduate), 1921, General staff schedul, 1922, Army War College, 1923.

Career

Commissioned Second lieutenant C.E., June 13, 1905. Promoted through grades lieutenant colonel Duty with engineer troops, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and Fort.

Membership

Mason, California, 1905-1907. Member War Plans Division General Staff, 1923-1927. Member faculty Command General Staff School Fort Leavenworth Kansas, August, 1931-1935.

Member Mississippi River Commission, 1929-1930. Served as private, Spanish-American War. Member Society American Military Engineers, Association Graduates United States Military Academy.

Clubs: Bennie Havens, Keystone Athletic (Pittsburgh).

Connections

Married Edith Ralston, of Nineveh, Johnson Company, Indiana, December 25, 1905. Children: James Gallagher, Joan Botsford.

father:
James Gallagher Bain

mother:
Sallie (Johnson) Bain

spouse:
Edith Ralston

children:
James Gallagher Bain

Joan Botsford Bain