James Gibson Taylor of South Dakota
Appointed from Washington, D.C., Private, Corporal and Sergeant, Company M, 2nd North Carolina Infantry, 20 May t0 7 November 1898
Private, Sergeant and First Sergeant, Company E, 27th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, 12 July 1899 to 20 August 1900
Honorably mustered out of the volunteer service 11 June 1901
Second Lieuenant, 30th U. S. Infantry, 2 February 1901
. S Dak. DC.
Pvt corpl and sergt M 2 N C inf 20 May
to 7 No-v 1898; pvt sergt. and 1 ser.& E 2?
U S V mf 12 July 1899 to 25 Aug 1900; 2
It 27 U S V inf 20 Aug 1900; hon must
out 11 June 1901; 2 It 30 inf 2 Feb 1901;
tr to 13 inf 13 Jan 1903.
TAYLOR, JAMES GIBSON
- LT COL USA RET
- DATE OF BIRTH: 06/16/1880
- DATE OF DEATH: 05/01/1954
- BURIED AT: SECTION 7 SITE 1034-19
- ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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