George Armstrong Custer (December 5, 1839 – June 25, 1876) was a United
States Army ... After the Civil War, Custer remained a major general in the U.S.
Volunteers ... According to family lett...
Jan 31, 2016 ... Genealogy for George Armstrong Custer (1839 - 1876) family tree on Geni, with
over 150 ... Brevet Major General of Volunteers in the Civil War.
Family. George Armstrong Custer was a fifth generation descendant of Arnold ...
In 1863, Custer was promoted to the rank of Brigadier-general of volunteers.
George Custer was an American commander and brevet general who fought in
the American Civil War and was killed at Little Bighorn against Sitting Bull in ...
THE GEORGE A. CUSTER FAMILY TREE at June 25, 1876. John Custer (1782 -
1830) married (5/11/02). Catherine Valentine (1783 - 1877). Emanuel Henry ...
Several members of General Custer's family perished with him at the Battle of the
Little Big Horn, most of them on Last Stand Hill.
Custer's Family and Early Years. George Armstrong Custer was born on
December 5, 1839 in his family's home in New Rumley, Harrison County, Ohio.
He was ...
The Custer family origin seems to be of German ancestry. The earliest known
family members arrived in America in the late 1600s. They settled in
General George Armstrong Custer General George Armstron Custer ... The
Custer family had emigrated to America in the late 17th Century from the
Custer was a briefly a brevet major general in the final stages of the Civil War. ...
As a boy, Custer was given a nickname that was used only by his family.