John Pope Mcadams, American army officer (ret). Awarded Distinguished Service award, World War I. Legion of Honor (France). member general staff War Department, 1920-1924.
Mcadams, John Pope was born on June 29, 1872 in Hawesville, Kentucky, United States. Son of Eugene P. and Mary Elizabeth (Pope) Mcadams.
Student Army School of the Line, 1913-1914, Army Staff College, 1914-1915, Army War College, 1919-1920.
And sergeant, infantry, Kentucky, 1898-1899. Private and corporal Company C. 13th Infantry, United States Army, 1899-1901. Second in command Lieutenant United States Army, July 1, 1901, advanced through grades to brigadier general, June 13, 1940.
Chief of staff lines of communication Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917. Deputy chief staff Service of Supply Advertising Educational Foundation, 1918. Member general staff War Department, 1920-1924.
Chairman Federal Liquidation Board, 1921-1922.
Member general staff War Department, 1920-1924. Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington).
Married Frances Hennen, October 2, 1906. Children: Martha Hennen (Mistress Howard H. Ruppart), Alfred H., Eugene P. Served as private.