Fayette Washington Roe
Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army
Washington Roe, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army. Regimental Adjutant,
Aide-de-Camp. Captain in the line, Lieutenant Colonel in the Staff, United
States Volunteers. 1850-1916.
He is buried adjacent to Rear Admiral Francis Asbury Roe, United States Navy (1823-1901)
Married Frances Mack. Frances Roe wrote Army Letters from an Officer’s Wife (1909) a detailed description of life in the frontier army.
Fayette Washington ROE - Admitted November 11, 1890 - Died September 28, 1916. Captain, U.S. Army (Retired). Great-grandson of John ROE (1754-1831); Minute-man, New York Line and Quartermaster, First Regiment Suffolk County Militia, Colonel William FLOYD.
December 4, 1871: Second Lieut. Fayette W. Roe, of the Twenty-fourth Infantry, to the Third Infantry, August 4, 1871.
Courtesy of Michael T. Stein:
Lieutenant Colonel Fayette Washington Roe (1850-1916)
Captain´s Clerk, US. Navy 1864-65
Second Lieutenant June 12, 1871
Served with 24th United States Infantry Regiment
ROE, FAYETTE W
ROE, FRANCES M A W/O FAYETTE W
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Posted: 17 November 2001 Updated: 20 November 2001 Updated: 25 January 2003 Updated: 13 May 2004 Updated: 4 September 2004
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