Theodore Mosher – Major, United States Army

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Theodore Mosher of Maryalnd
Served in the Army as Private and Sergeant, Signal Corps, 8 August 1870 to 20 April 1877
Second Lieutenant, 22nd U. S. Infantry, 19 April 1877
Appointment Expired 3 December 1877
Reappointed 26 January 1878 to rank from 19 April 1877
First Lieutenant, 22 September 1882
Captain, 29 December 1894
Lieutenant Colonel, 1st D.C. Infantry, 9 September 1898
Honorably mustered out of the Volunter Service, 20 November 1898
Major, Paymaster, 1 February 1899
Retired, 2 March 1899


Spanish-American War Report:

Captain Theodore Mosher of the Twenty-second Infantry, wounded in the engagement (battle of Santiago, Cuba) was born in Maryland and enlisted as a Privagte in theTwenty-second Regiment.  He was made a Sergeant in the Signal Corps on August 18, 1870.  He was commissioned Second Lieutenant in his regiment April 19, 1877, and First Lieutenant on September 22, 1882. His commission as Captain dates from December 29, 1894, since which time he has commanded Company G.

MOSHER, THEODORE
MAJ USA RET

  • DATE OF DEATH: 12/21/1911
  • BURIED AT: SECTION W DIV  SITE 374
    ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

MOSHER, AUGUSTA W/O THEODORE

  • DATE OF DEATH: 06/16/1943
  • BURIED AT: SECTION WEST  SITE 374
    ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

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