Littleton Tazewell "Tony" Waller (September 26, 1856 – July 13, 1926) was a career officer in the United States Marine Corps, who served in the Spanish–American War, the Caribbean and Asia. He was court martialled and acquitted for actions during the Philippine–American War where he led an ill-fated expedition across the island of Samar.
George Waller (colonel) George Waller (1734, Stafford County, Colony of Virginia - November 18, 1814, Fieldale, Virginia) was landowner, patriot and early settler in Henry County, Virginia . Contents 1 Plantation life 2 Revolutionary War 3 Post war farm life 4 Death and burial 5 References Plantation life [ edit]
En Waller nos dedicamos a la fabricación, comercialización e instalación de muros prefabricados aligerados de concreto. Somos fabricantes de productos para la construcción. Donde reunimos diferentes materiales para dar soluciones a sistemas constructivos con estándares de nivel mundial, siempre a la vanguardia y con la más alta calidad.
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Littleton Waller Tazewell Waller, Jr. was a highly decorated officer of the United States Marine Corps who attained the rank of major general while serving as Marine Corps Director of Personnel during World War II. He was the son of famous Marine Corps Major General Littleton "Tony" Waller.
Waller was born on September 18, 1886, in Norfolk, Virginia. He was the son of Marine Corps Major General Littleton "Tony" Waller and his wife Clara Wynn Waller, the oldest of three children, his two brothers were Rear Admiral John B. W. Waller and Marine Corps Brigadier General Henry T. Waller. His cousin, James D. Waller was also marine officer, ...
The United States entered World War I in April 1917. Waller Jr. received a temporary promotion to the rank of major and was assigned to the 1st Machine Gun Battalion as a company commander. Waller sailed to France in December 1917 as a member of the Machine Gun Battalion of the 4th Marine Brigade, 2nd Division. After a short period of service with ...
As a skilled marksman, Waller was active in the Olympic rifle and pistol teams. He retired from the Marine Corps in 1921 to take care of his disabled father, however, he remained in the Marine Corps Reserve and was promoted to lieutenant colonel in November 1934. He served as president of the National Rifle Association 1939–1940. Waller was recalle...
John Waller was an American politician who served in the House of Burgesses in 1714, 1722, and 1742. His militia service under Captain John West saw him earn the title "Colonel", and a sheriff in both King and Queen and King William counties of Virginia.
Waller was born in England, the fifth child of Dr. John Waller of Newport Pagnell and Mary Pomfrett, who had been married on January 13, 1669. Baptized at Newport Pagnell on January 23, 1673, he migrated to Virginia as a young man in the closing years of the 17th century. This was before May 1, 1696, as on that date Waller bought 1039 acres of land...
Col. John Waller was a justice of the peace and the first sheriff of King William County in 1701. A small building that still exists today at Endfield is said to have acted as the county's first jail. He was the first Clerk of the Spotsylvania County in 1722. His son Edmund succeeded him in 1742. In 1747 he was made a Trustee of the city of Frederi...
John Waller married Dorothy King circa 1697. They had six children: Mary, John, Thomas, William, Benjamin, and Edmund. Mary Waller married Zachary Lewis, and their daughter Ann Lewis married George Wythe, who signed the Declaration of Independence and taught Thomas Jefferson. Benjamin Waller married Martha Hall, and their daughter Dorothy Elizabeth...
23 de ene. de 2023 · “Calvin A. H. Waller, who went on to become a three-star Army General, died on May 9, 1996 of a heart attack in Washington, D.C. He was 58. “Waller, Deputy Commander-in-Chief during Operation Desert Storm, was a senior vice president with Kaiser-Hill, the firm that managed the clean-up of Rocky Flats. He took the job after retiring from the Army.
Lieutenant Colonel Waller Tazewell Patton (July 15, 1835 – July 21, 1863), was a professor, attorney, and an officer of the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War . Early life and career [ edit] Waller T. Patton was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, into a well-known family.