Edward Miles Heyl – Colonel, United States Army

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  • Edward Miles Hey of Pennsylvania
  • Appointed from Pennsylvania, Quartermaster Sergeant and First Sergeant, Company E, 3rd Pennsylvania VOlunteer Cavalry, 12 August 1861
  • Second Lieutenant, 8 September 1862
  • First Lieutenant, 1 May 1863
  • Captain, 2 May 1864
  • Honorably mustered out on 24 August 1864
  • First Lieutenant, 9th United States Cavalry, 28 July 1866
  • Captain, 31 July 1867
  • Transferred to the 4th United States Cavalry, 31 December 1870
  • Major, Inspector General, 19 February 1885
  • Lieutenant Colonel, Inspector General, 22 September 1885
  • Colonel, Inspector General, 12 February 1889
  • Breveted Major, 27 February 1890 for gallant service in actions against hostile Indians at the Rio Pecos, Texas, 7 June 1869, the Salt Fork of the Brazos River, Texas, 16 September 1869 and at the South Fork of the Stano River, Texas, 24 September 1869 in which the last action he was severely wounded.
  • He died on 2 January 1895 and was buried with full military honors in Section 1 of Arlington National Cemetery.

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HEYL, DELPHINE TURNER W/O EDWARD M

  • DATE OF DEATH: 06/06/1902
  • DATE OF INTERMENT: Unknown
  • BURIED AT: SECTION WESTE  SITE LOT 135-
    ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  • WIFE OF CH HEYL AND WIDOW OF EM HEYL
    COL US ARMY RETD

HEYL, EDWARD M
COL USARMY

  • VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
  • DATE OF DEATH: 01/02/1895
  • DATE OF INTERMENT: Unknown
  • BURIED AT:   SITE 135A
    ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

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