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army officer

Robert Mccleave, American army officer. Awarded Distinguished Service Medal for World War services. Served in Spanish-American War (silver star citation for distinguished service at Battle of Santiago), Philippine Campaign, 1902-1903; Mason.; Club: San Diego (California) Athletic.

Background

Mccleave, Robert was born on September 9, 1874 in Fort Union, New Mexico, United States. Son of William and Mary (Crooke) Mccleave.

Education

Graduated from the high school, Berkeley, California. Student Merrill Business College, San Francisco, California. Student University of California.

Career

Enlisted as private, infantry, 1894, advanced through grades to colonel, July 1, 1920. Brigadier general, December 13, 1929. Now retired.

Membership

Served in Spanish-American War (silver star citation for distinguished service at Battle of Santiago), Philippine Campaign, 1902-1903. Mason.; Club: San Diego (California) Athletic.

Connections

Married Etta Bartlett, 1898. Children: Phyllis (deceased), Robert B., Mildred (wife of Newell E. Watts, United States Army).

father:
William Mccleave

mother:
Mary (Crooke) Mccleave

spouse:
Etta Bartlett

children:
Phyllis Mccleave (deceased)

Robert B. Mccleave

Mildred (wife of Newell E. Watts Mccleave

United States Army) Mccleave