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David McMurtrie Gregg.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

David McMurtrie Gregg.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTo appoint and retire David M. Gregg as captain
    SeriesS.rp.472
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination5 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16055110M

    David McMurtrie Gregg (Ap –August 7, ) was a farmer, diplomat, and a Union cavalry general in the American Civil War. Contents[show] Early life and career Gregg was born in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. He was the first cousin of future Pennsylvania Governor Andrew Curtin and the grandson of Pennsylvania Congressman Andrew Gregg. He graduated from the United States Military Battles: American Civil War. The Second cavalry division of the Army of the Potomac in the Gettysburg campaign. Contributor Names Gregg, David McMurtrie, Military order of the loyal legion of the United States. Pennsylvania commandery. [from old catalog] Created / Published.

    An act authorizing the President to appoint and retire David-McMurtrie Gregg, late captain sixth United States Cavalry and late brevet major-general of United States Volunteers, with the rank and grade of captain by United States (Book). The Second Cavalry Division of the Army of the Potomac in the Gettysburg Campaign: read before the Commandery May 1, David McMurtrie Gregg: Books - ews: 1.

    David McMurtrie Gregg was born in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on Ap He was the third of nine children of Matthew D. Gregg and Ellen McMurtrie. "As a child, he lived in Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, Pine Grove Mills and Bellefonte, but residents of those places seem scarcely to have realized he was there. - David McMurtrie Gregg (Ap – August 7, ) was a farmer, diplomat, and a Union cavalry general in the American Civil War.


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David McMurtrie Gregg by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Major General David McMurtrie Gregg, unsung hero of Gettysburg Unknown Binding – January 1, by Elmer W Gray (Author)Author: Elmer W Gray. The Second Cavalry Division of the Army of the Potomac in the Gettysburg Campaign: read before the Commandery May 1, Paperback – J by David McMurtrie Gregg 5/5(1).

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Hiester Manuscript award competition prior to his death. It was deemed the award winner by the panel of judges. Gettysburg p.m., July 3, Stuart is comming. The [ ]. David McMurtrie Gregg, farmer, diplomat, and Union cavalry general during the Civil War.

Born in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on Ap Graduated from West Point inand was assigned frontier duty for six years before the start of the Civil War. The Military Career of David McMurtie Gregg. DAVID MCMURTRIE GREGG was born at Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, on Apthe third in the order of birth of the nine children of Matthew Duncan Gregg, lawyer and iron master of Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, and his wife Ellen McMurtrie, of Huntingdon.

The Gregg children were of almost pure Scotch-Irish ancestry, their generation being the sixth in the. One such man is Brigadier General David M. Gregg, who quietly aided some of the revered generals responsible for the Union victory and thus the state of the country as we know it.

Humble Beginnings David M. Gregg was born in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania to a politically active family – he was the grandson of Pennsylvania Congressman Andrew Gregg. Biography of Civil War Union General David McMurtrie Gregg David McMurtrie Gregg was born on Apin Huntingdon, Pennsylvania into a politically active family.

He earned an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point and. Born Apin Huntingdon, PA, David McMurtrie Gregg was the third child of Matthew and Ellen Gregg. Following his father's death inGregg moved with his mother to Hollidaysburg, PA. He was a renowned Civil War cavalry commander with the Union Army.

He fought in numerous battles, and proved himself time and again to be. David and Ellen married eight years later, during the Civil War, and had two sons, George Sheaff Gregg and David McMurtrie Gregg, Jr. After graduating from West Point, David received a commission as a brevet second lieutenant with the Second US Dragoons Regiment, which was a heavy cavalry regiment.

I have a long-standing interest in David McMurtrie Gregg. While he was a native of Huntingdon, PA, he married into the most prominent family in my hometown of Reading, PA, and spent the rest of his life there after the war--the mansion he and his wife owned was half a block to the west of the house where my maternal grandmother grew up.

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Civil War Union Brigadier General. First cousin of Civil War Gov. Andrew Curtin and grandson of Andrew Gregg, who served from to in the United States House and Senate. Graduated from West Point in and appointed Lieutenant of Dragoons, serving his early years in the Indian : Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading, Berks .