John Thomas Martin – Captain, United States Army

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Captain John Thomas Martin
Born December 28, 1865
Died April 5, 1906

  • Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Department of the Gulf May-July 1899
  • Acting Judge Advocate General, Department of the Gulf July-October 1899
  • On sick leave 1899-00
  • Commanding Officer, Battery at Ft. Barrancas, Florida 1900
  • Served at Jackson Barracks, Louisiana 1900-01
  • Served at Sandy Hook Proving Ground 1901-02
  • Student, School of Submarine Defenses, Ft. Totten 1902-03
  • Company Commander at Ft. Hancock 1903-04
  • Company Commander at Ft. Schuyler
  • Battery Commander at Ft. D.A. Russell 1905-06
  • Sick in Manila 1906
  • Sailed for U.S., March 26, 1906
  • Died at Sea April 5, 1906, aged 40

John Thomas Martin of Ohio, Born 28 December 1865

  • Appointed from Ohio, Cadet, United States Military Academy, 14 June 1885 (8)
  • Second Lieutenant, 4th United States Artillery, 12 June 1889
  • First Lieutenant, 5th United States Artillery, 1 February 1896
  • Transferred to the 1st United States Artillery, 9 July 1897
  • Captain, Artillery Corps, 2 February 1901
  • Died 5 April 1908 (?)

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