Major General, United States Army
Appointed from Texas, Cadet, United States Military Academy, 21 June 1893 (56)
Additional Second Lieutenant, 11th United States Infantry, 11 June 1897
Transferred to the 7th United States Artillery, 2 April 1898
First Lieutenant, 3rd United States Artillery, 9 November 1899
Artillery Corps, 2 February 1901
Captain, 22 August 1901
Born at Burnet, Texas, June 6, 1874. He was a student, University of Texas; he graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1897; from the School of Submarine Defense, 1906, from the Army War College, 1921.
Commissioned as econed Lieutenant, Infantry, June 11, 1897, Second Lieuteeant of Artillery, March 8, 1898, and advanced through the grades to Colonel, July 1, 1920, and to Brigadier General, September 19, 1929, and then to Major General, December 1, 1935.
He served as a member of the General Staff,
November 14, 1914-August 16, 1917; as Brigadier Genreal (temporary), June
26, 1918-March 15, 1920; Commander, 156th Brigade of Field Artillery, 81st
Division in the United States and in France. He was Chairman, Joint Board
for Redelivery of Troop Transports, 1919-20; Commandant
Buried with full military honors in Arlington
National Cemetery. His wife, Jessie Fisher Moses (21 January 1877-22
December 1951) is buried with him.
MOSES, JESSIE F W/O ANDREW
Posted: 11 May 2004 - Updated: 7 September 2004 Updated: 13 May 2008
Photo By Michael R. Patterson, May 2008
Photo By M. R. Patterson, 23 April 2004