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Naval officer

Mark Lambert Bristol, American naval officer. Served on board battleship Texas at Battle of Santiago and throughout Spanish-American War; member International Armistice Commission in Belgium, November 1918; member international committee of inquiry into Greek occupation of Smyrna, September-October 1919.

Background

Bristol, Mark Lambert was born on April 17, 1868 in Glassboro, New Jersey, United States. Son of Mark Lambert and Rachel Elizabeth (Bush) Bristol.

Education

Graduated from the United States Naval Academy, 1887.

Career

Ensign United States Navy, May 19, 1889. Advanced through grades to captain, July 1, 1913. Commissioned temporary rear admiral, July 1918.

Commissioned rear admiral, July 1921.

Membership

Served on board battleship Texas at Battle of Santiago and throughout Spanish-American War. Member International Armistice Commission in Belgium, November 1918. Member international committee of inquiry into Greek occupation of Smyrna, September-October 1919.

Connections

Married Helen Beverly Moore, June 1, 1908.

father:
Mark Lambert Bristol

mother:
Rachel Elizabeth (Bush) Bristol

spouse:
Helen Beverly Moore