William Beattie Trembley (1877 - 1952)

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Birthplace: Johnson, Kansas, USA
Death: Died in Mcallen, Hidalgo, Texas, USA
Occupation: President Hotel Corp.
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About William Beattie Trembley

The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to Private William Beattie Trembley, United States Army, for most distinguished gallantry on 27 April 1899, while serving with Company B, 20th Kansas Volunteer Infantry, in action at Calumpit, Luzon, Philippine Islands. Private Trembley swam the Rio Grande de Pampanga in face of the enemy's fire and fastened a rope to the occupied trenches, thereby enabling the crossing of the river and the driving of the enemy from his fortified position.

General Orders: Date of Issue: March 11, 1902

Action Date: April 27, 1899

Service: Army

Rank: Private

Company: Company B

Division: 20th Kansas Volunteer Infantry

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William Trembley's Timeline

1877
April 21, 1877
Johnson, Kansas, USA
1952
January 13, 1952
Age 74
Mcallen, Hidalgo, Texas, USA
January 14, 1952
Age 74
Shawnee, Johnson, Kansas, USA
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