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army officer

Walter Alexander Dumas, American army officer. Served with Siberian American Expeditionary Force, 1919-1920. P.I., 1920-1922; Member S.A.R., Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Upsilon, Phi Chi.; Mason (32°. Knights Templar, Shriner. National Sojourners). Decorations.

Background

Dumas, Walter Alexander was born on November 25, 1893 in Sherman, Texas, United States. Son of DeBerry Glenn and Bessie Holland (Leecraft) Dumas.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Davidson (North Carolina) College, 1915, Master of Arts, 1916. Georgia School Technology, summer, 1914. Medical Department, Texas U., 1916-1917.

Graduate Infantry School, 1923. Commanded and General staff schedul, 1933. Chemical Warfare school and Army War College, 1936.

Career

May 12, 1921; children—Joy Lawson (Mistress John Bispham Stokes), Walter Arthur.

Membership

Served with Siberian American Expeditionary Force, 1919-1920. P.I., 1920-1922; Member S.A.R., Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Upsilon, Phi Chi. Mason (32°. Knights Templar, Shriner.

National Sojourners). Decorations.

Connections

Married Josephine Lawson. Children: Joy Lawson (Mistress John Bispham Stokes), Walter Arthur.

father:
DeBerry Glenn Dumas

mother:
Bessie Holland (Leecraft) Dumas

spouse:
Josephine Lawson.

children:
Joy Lawson Dumas (Mistress John Bispham Stokes)

Walter Arthur Dumas