Jacob Emanuel Bloom – Major, United States Army

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Jacob Emanuel Bloom, Major, United States Army. Born: Cincinnati, Ohio. Died: Spokane, Washington. 1847-1939. Buried in Section 3 of Arlington National Cemetery adjacent to Edward J. Bloom.

Jacob Emanuel Bloom of Ohio.

  • Appointed from Ohio, Cadet, United States Military Academy, 1 September 1869 (7);
  • Second Lieutenant, 4th U.S. Artillery, 13 June 1873
  • First Lieutenant, 28 April 1875
  • Resigned 1 January 1880
  • Appointed Captain, Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers, 12 May 1898
  • Honorably discharged from Volunteer service, 12 May 1899
  • Captain, United States Army, 2 February 1901

Emma Cosgrove Bloom, the wife of Jacob Emanuel Bloom.
“Daughter, wife and mother of soldiers”.
Born: Buffalo, New York
Died: Fort Totten, New York
1858-1924

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Edward Jacob Bloom, First Lieutenant, United States Army
4th U.S. Infantry.
Died in the line of duty.
1882-1908.

Edward Jacob Bloom of  Ohio
Appointed from New York, Second Lieutenant, 4th U. S. Infantry, 2 February 1901

Pauline Suing Bloom, the wife of Edward Jacob Bloom. 1885-1940.


Edward John Bloom, Lieutenant, United States Navy Reserve
The son of Edward Jacob Bloom. and buried in the same site in Section 3
1908-1992.

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