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Frank Greene
Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army
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Frank Greene of Pennsylvania
Served in the United States Army as Private and Sergeant, Signal Corps, 3 March 1876 to 4 April 1882
Second Lieutenant, Signal Corps, 27 January 1882
First Lieutenant, 20 December 1890
Major, Signal Officer, U. S. Volunteers, 20 May 1898
Lieutenant Colonel, Chief Signal Officer of U. S. Volunteers, 18 July 1898
Honorably Discharged From U. S. Volunteers, 31 December 1898
Captain, Signal Corps, 22 July 1898
Major, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, 6 December 1899
Honorably Discharged From U. S. Volunteers, 30 June 1901
Major, Signal Corps, United States Army, 2 March 1903

Frank Greene was born in Pennsylvania on 6 March 1849.  He married Sarah Alice Rainwater on 5 May 1880 at Dayton, Columbia County, Washington.  Frank died on 8 August 1924 at Los Angeles, California. Sarah was born on 17 February 1858 at Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas, and died on 20 September 1945, in Los Angeles, California.  Their son, Lawrence E. Greene, was born in Dayton, Columbia County, Washington, on 3 November 1884 and died on 9 October 1885 at that location.  He is buried in an adjoining gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery.

GREENE, FRANK
COL US SIG CORPS USA
DATE OF DEATH: 08/14/1924
BURIED AT: SECTION 1 (E-W)  SITE LOT 10-C
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

GREENE, SARAH ALICE WIDOW OF FRANK
DATE OF DEATH: 09/20/1945
BURIED AT: SECTION 1 (WEST)  SITE 10-C
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

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Posted: 2 August 2009

Frank Greene Gravesite By Holly - July 2009 (c) 2009 Arlington National Cemetery Website

Lawrence E. Greene Gravesite By Holly - July 2009 (c) 2009 Arlington National Cemetery Website
Photos By Holly, August 2009