Brigadier General, United States Army
Appointed from Louisiana, Private and Sergeant, Company M, 1st Colorado Cavalry, 10 September 1861 to 29 December 1863
Captain, 65th United States Colored Troops, 29 December 1863
Lieutenant Colonel, 18 December 1865
Breverted Lieutenant Colonel of Volunteers, 13 March for faithful and meritorious service during the war.
Honorably mustered out of the volunteer service, 21 June 1865
Major,65th United States Colored Infantry, 21 June 1865
Second Lieutenant, 9th United States Cavalry, 28 July 1866
First Lieutenant, 12 July 1867
RCS, 15 May 1867 to 15 July 1870
Regimental Quartermaster, 1 September 1870 to 24 August 1872
Captain, 24 Augut 1872
Major, 5th United States Cavalry, 28 July 1892
Lieutenant Colonel, 10th United States Cavalry, 6 May 1899
Colonel, 11th United States Cavalry, 2 February 1901
Brigadier General, 25 February 1903
GENERAL FRANCIS MOORE, VETERAN FIGHTER, DIES
Engaged in Indian Campaigns
Civil and Spanish Wars and Philippine Uprising
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, May 2, 1928 – Brigadier General Francis Moore, retired Indian fighter and veteran of the Civil and Spanish-American Wars and the Philippine Insurrection, died here yesterday.
Entering the Colorado Cavalry at the start of the Civil War, he emerged with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and, after serving with that branch of the service in the Spanish-American War, he went to the Philippines in 1899 as Colonel in command of the Eleventh Cavalry.
On his return to this country in 1903 he was prompted to Brigadier General and held that rank when he retired two years later. He was 87 years old.
BRIG GEN USA RETD
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 05/01/1928
DATE OF INTERMENT: Unknown
BURIED AT: SECTION W-W SITE 852
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
MOORE, AGNES T
Posted: 12 October 2004 Updated: 12 December 2007
Photo By M. R. Patterson, 23 April 2004