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Charles L. McCawley

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Charles Laurie McCawley (August 24, 1865 – April 29, 1935) was an American officer who served in the United States Marine Corps during the Spanish–American War and World War I. He who was one of only 23 Marine Corps officers awarded the Marine Corps Brevet Medal for bravery. Early life and marriage McCawley was born August 24, 1865, in Massachusetts to Charles G. McCawley who became the 8th Commandant of the Marine Corps. He married Sarah Helen Frelinghuysen Davis July 24, 1906, at Washington, D.C. Military career McCawley worked in the Commandant of the Marine Corps office as Chief Clerk from 1881 to 1897. His father Colonel Charles Grymes McCawley assumed the duties as the Commandant in 1876, being appointed colonel commandant, the highest post in the Marine Corps, and served in that position until he retired in 1891. The younger McCawley remained on as the Chief Clerk for six years after his father retired, serving under Charles Heywood. Following his father's
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