George Collier Remey

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Rear Admiral George Collier Remey (10 August, 1841 – 10 February, 1928) served in the United States Navy.

Life & Career

Remey was born in Iowa.

He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1859.[1]

Remey was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on 31 August, 1861.[2]

Remey was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander on 25 June, 1865.[3]

Remey was promoted to the rank of Commander on 25 November, 1872.[4]

Remey was promoted to the rank of Captain in October, 1885.[5]

Remey was promoted to the rank of Commodore in June, 1897.[6]

Remey was promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral on 20 November, 1898.[7]

See Also

Bibliography

Papers

Service Records

Naval Appointments
Preceded by
New Command
Captain of U.S.S. Charleston
11 Nov, 1889[8]
Succeeded by
George W. Coffin
Preceded by
Allen V. Reed
Commandant, Navy Yard, Portsmouth
1 Jul, 1896[9] – Apr, 1898[10]
Succeeded by
Charles C. Carpenter
Preceded by
Charles C. Carpenter
Commandant, Navy Yard, Portsmouth
29 Aug, 1898[11] – Mar, 1900[12]
Succeeded by
John J. Read
Preceded by
John C. Watson
Commander, Asiatic Squadron
19 Apr, 1900
Succeeded by
Frederick Rodgers

Footnotes

  1. Records of Living Officers (7th ed). p. 6.
  2. Records of Living Officers (7th ed). p. 6.
  3. Records of Living Officers (7th ed). p. 6.
  4. Records of Living Officers (7th ed). p. 7.
  5. Records of Living Officers (7th ed). p. 7.
  6. Records of Living Officers (7th ed). p. 7.
  7. Records of Living Officers (7th ed). p. 7.
  8. Register of Officers, 1891. p. 6.
  9. Register of Officers, 1898. p. 4.
  10. Records of Living Officers (6th ed). p. 40.
  11. Register of Officers, 1900. p. 6.
  12. Records of Living Officers (7th ed). p. 6.