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Student Burr and Burton Seminary, Manchester, Vermont, 1899-1901.
Wholesale and retail tobacco business, 1902-1911. With Armour & Company, Fort Worth, Texas, 1912-1916. Personnel manager, Montgomery Ward & Company, 1928-1931.
Associate credit manager, Washer Brothers, Fort Worth, Texas, 1935-1939. War Department General Staff, 1920-1922. Initial general Staff Eligible List, 1920.
Assistant to chief, National Guard Bureau, War Department, 1923-1927. Selected by secretary of war in 1920 as one of committee of 14 officers to reorganize Army of the United States following World War I. Brig. general, adjutant general of Texas, 1940-1942. Brigadier general United States Army, November 7, 1940.
State director Selective Service for Texas, 1940-1947. Retired 1947.
Member Rosicrucian Order, American Legion (past post commander).
Married Elizabeth Etoile White, December 28, 1909. Children: John Watt, Junior.