DEATH LIST OF A DAY. Phillipe Regis de Trobriand. Phillipe Regis de Trobriande, retired Gen- eral of the United States Army, died Thursday at the home of his son-in-law, Charles A. Post, in Bayport, L. I. He was born in France, eighty-one years ago, and came to America when a youth. As Colonel of the Fifty-fifth New York Volunteer Infantry he went to the front at the beginning of the civil war. In De- cember, 1862, he was transferred to the command of the Thirty-eighth New York Volunteers, and a year later was mustered out. On Jan. 5, 1864, he was made Briga- dier General of Volunteers, and on April 9, 1865, Brevet Major General of Volunteers for meritorious services during the cam- paign ending with the surrender of Gen. R. E. Lee. In July of 1866 he was appoint- ed Colonel in the regular army, and was assigned to the Thirty-first Infantry. On March 2, 1867, he received the rank of Brevet Brigadier General for gallant serv- ices during the war, and the next year was transferred to the Thirteenth Infantry. He retired from the service in 1879.
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