|Birth: ||Jul. 19, 1876|
|Death: ||Sep. 6, 1954|
Commander of the 38th Infantry Division from July 12, 1918 to July 18, 1918.
The Division was activated in August 1917 as a National Guard Division from Indiana, Kentucky, and West Virginia. It had previously been in existence for a few months as the 17th Division, drawing personnel from Indiana and Kentucky only.
While training for the European war at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, the 38th was hit by a cyclone, killing Pvt. Vaughn D. Beekman, and giving the 38th the nickname of Cyclone Divisio
Commandant of the United States Army Field Artillery School at Ft. Sills Oklahoma June 29, 1935 to July 31, 1940
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Augustine McIntyre (____ - 1877)
Katherine D. McIntyre (____ - 1909)
Jane Swigert McIntyre (1882 - 1950)
Joseph A. McIntyre (____ - 1883)*
Agnes McIntyre (____ - 1898)*
A McIntyre (____ - 1877)*
Augustine McIntyre (1876 - 1954)
World War I
World War II
Note: Brig Gen, US Army, WW I, WW II
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
Plot: Section H Site 354
Created by: Lionel Alva, Jr.
Record added: Apr 02, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18741660