Difference between revisions of "William Butler Remey"

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Remey entered the Navy in 1861.
 
Remey entered the Navy in 1861.
  
He passed away at the Somerville, Massachusetts Insane Asylum of paresis.
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He passed away at the Somerville Insane Asylum (now McLean Hospital) of paresis.  A curious note: in the 1990s the editor visited a friend who had been committed to McLean whom was also a descendant of Rear-Admiral [[Tufton Percy Hamilton Beamish]].
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 18:35, 22 May 2020

Colonel William Butler Remey, (1840 – 20 January, 1895) served in the United States Marine Corps and served over twelve years as the U.S. Navy's first Judge Advocate General, ending in 1892.

Life & Career

Remey entered the Navy in 1861.

He passed away at the Somerville Insane Asylum (now McLean Hospital) of paresis. A curious note: in the 1990s the editor visited a friend who had been committed to McLean whom was also a descendant of Rear-Admiral Tufton Percy Hamilton Beamish.

See Also

Bibliography

Political Appointments
Preceded by
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Judge Advocate General of the Navy
1880[1] – 1892[2]
Succeeded by
Samuel C. Lemly

Footnotes

  1. Wikipedia.
  2. Wikipedia.