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Alexander Moore
Colonel, United States Army
Alexander Moore of Ireland
Appointed from Illinois, First Lieutenant, 13th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry,  October 1861
From October 1861 to November 1862 he served as Aide-de-Camp to General Kearny
Captain, Aide-de-Camp, United States Volunteers, 10 November 1862
Appointment expired 4 March 1863 and revoked 27 April 1863
Captain, Aide-de-Camp, U. S. Volunteers, 3 May 1863
Breveted Major of Volunteers, 6 March 1865
Breveted Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. VOlunteers, 13 March 1866 for gallant and distinguished conduct in several campaigns of the Army of the Potomac prior to the battle of Gettysburg,Pennsylvnaia
Breveted Colonel, U. S. Volunteers, 13 March 1865, for gallant and highly meritorious conduct the battle of Gettysburg,  Pennsylvnaia
Honorably mustered out of volunteer service, 26 Septtember 1866
Captain, 38th United States Infantry, 22 January 1867
Unassigned, 11 November 1869
Assigned to the 3rd United States Cavalry, 15 December 1870
Resigned 10 August 1879
He died on 30 September 1910 and was buried with full military honors in Section 3 of Arlington National Cemetery.
MOORE, ALEXANDER

CAPT CO F 3RD US CAV
DATE OF DEATH: 09/30/1910
BURIED AT: SECTION E DIV  SITE 2241
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

MOORE, MARY L
DATE OF DEATH: 03/13/1916
BURIED AT: SECTION S D E  SITE 2241
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY



Alexander Moore Gravesite PHOTO
Photo By M. R. Patterson, 1998


Posted: 27 July 2002  Updated: 27 August 2005