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Post updating monuments to reflect dual Fires branches
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Black History Month celebrates American achievement
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Ft. Hutchins, Arizona, February 17, 1914. General Pancho Villa, the ‘conqueror on horseback” of the Constitutionalist army, the man to whom the United States Government seems to look to overthrow President Huerta, is believed to be an American colored citizen.
Positive identified by W. A. Haynes, and Fred Scott, of San Francisco, Cal., two former comrades (see The San Francisco Chronicle of Feb. 12, 1914), as George Goldsby, ex sergeant, 1st sergeant and sergeant-major of the Tenth United States Cavalry. The following record of him is furnished by Sergeant-Major E. P. Frierson of the 10th Cavalry:
George Goldsby joined 10th Cavalry from recruit depot (having enlisted at Memphis, Tenn.) October 1, 1867. Assigned to Troop G, 10th Cavalry, Dec. 11, 1867, per G. O. No. 35, Headquarters 10th Cavalry, Ft. Riley, Kansas, same date. Discharged as Regimental Sergeant Major September 11, 1872.
Re-enlisted at Fort Gibson, I.T., Sept. 18, 1872, and carried as recruit, unassigned. Transferred from recruit unassigned to Troop H, 10th Cavalry, Sept. 22, 1872, per G. O. No. 39, Hq. 10th Cav., same date. Transferred from Troop H to Troop K, 10th Cavalry, May 26, 1874, at Fort Sill, I. T., per Special Orders, No. 22, Hq. 10th Cavalry, same date.
Transferred from Troop K to Troop D, 10th Cavalry, Dec. 3, 1874, per G. O. No. 42, Hq. 10th Cav., same date. Shown as 1st Sergeant Troop D, 10th Cavalry, on detached service at San Antonio, Texas, as witness before a general court-martial from January 3d to January 24th, 1876. Shown as 1st Sergeant, Troop D, 10th Cavalry, on furlough at Fort Concho, Texas, in charge of company property, from January 22 to February 2, 1877.
Discharge as 1st sergeant, Troop D, 10th Cavalry, at Fort Concho, Texas, May 31, 1877, per Special Orders No. 94, Dept. of Texas, 1877.
Re-enlisted for Troop D, 10th Cavalry, at Fort Concho, Texas, January 23, 1878. Deserted while sergeant, Troop D, 10th Cavalry, from the troop while in the field scouting after hostile Indians, May 18, 1879.
E. P. FRIERSON, Sergt. Major, 10th Cav. (Washington Bee, Washington D.C., Feb. 28, 1914)