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Edward Bernard Ives
Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army
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Edward Bernard Ives of Washington, D.C.
Appointed from New York, Cadet, United States Military Academy, 1 July 1874 (15);
Appointed Second Lieutenant, 19th United States Infantry, 14 June 1878;
First Lieutenant, 18 December 1886;
Resigned 3 December 1889;
Appointed Captain, Signal Corps, United States Volunteers, 20 May 1898;
Lieutenant Colonel, 1 August 1898
Captain, 17 April 1899
Honorably discharged from Volunteer Service, 1 August 1898
Captain, 17 April 1899
Honorably discharged from United States Volunteers, 30 June 1901: 
Captain, Signal Corps, United States Army, 2 February 1901

Edward Bernard Ives was the son of Joseph Christmas and Cora Semmes Ives. He entered Georgetown College September 16, 1868. He withdrew in 1874and shortly thereafter enrolled at West Point Academy, graduating in 1878.He died in Washington D.C., December 31, 1903, and is buried in Arlington Cemetery, Virginia, Section 3, Grave 1455, next to his brother, Francis Joseph Ives.

His brother, Francis Joseph Ives, Major, United States Army, is also buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

IVES, EDWARD B
CAPT US SIG CORPS
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 12/30/1903
DATE OF INTERMENT: Unknown
BURIED AT: SECTION 3  SITE 1455
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY


Posted: 22 December 2002  Updated: 8 March 2003 Updated: 4 Sepember 2004 Updated: 2 May 2006
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