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army officer

Oscar Fitzalan Long, American army officer. Served against hostile Indians in Montana, and in fight against Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse at Wolf Mountain, January 8, 1877, Lame Deer Creek, May 6, 1877.

Background

Long, Oscar Fitzalan was born on June 16, 1852 in Utica, New York, United States. Son of William W. and Eva E. E.

Education

Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1876.

Career

Appointed Second lieutenant 5th United States Infantry, June 15, 1876. Brigadier general, July 10, 1904.

Membership

Served against hostile Indians in Montana, and in fight against Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse at Wolf Mountain, January 8, 1877, Lame Deer Creek, May 6, 1877.

Connections

Married Amy Requa, 1896. Children: Amy, Sally.

father:
William W.

mother:
Eva E. E.

spouse:
Amy Requa

children:
Amy Long

Sally Long