Archibald Roosevelt

Archibald Roosevelt

United States Army Officer
Born Apr 10, 1894

Archibald Bulloch "Archie" Roosevelt, the fourth child of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, was a distinguished U.S. Army officer and commander of U.S. forces in both World War I and II. In both conflicts he was wounded. He earned the Croix de guerre and Silver Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, respectively.… Read More

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1894 Birth Born on April 10, 1894.


1917 23 Years Old After being expelled from Groton Archie continued his education at Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., the Evans School for Boys, and Harvard University, where he graduated in 1917. Archie married Grace Lockwood, daughter of Thomas Lockwood and Emmeline Stackpole, at the Emmanuel Church in Boston, Massachusetts on April 14, 1917. … Read More
1919 25 Years Old After the death of his father in 1919, he was the one who sent a telegram informing all his siblings. … Read More


During 1943, following the Attack on Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt petitioned President Roosevelt to put his battlefield-honed leadership skills to worthwhile use supporting the war effort. … Read More


1944 50 Years Old Archie returned to his unit in early 1944. … Read More


1954 60 Years Old In 1954, when the Theodore Roosevelt Association made a decision to award the Theodore Roosevelt Medal for Distinguished Public Service to black diplomat Ralph Bunche, Archie loudly protested the award. … Read More
1971 77 Years Old Archie's wife, Grace Lockwood Roosevelt, died in an automobile crash near her home on Turkey Lane in Cold Spring Harbor in 1971, with her husband at the wheel.
1979 86 Years Old On October 13, 1979, Roosevelt died of a stroke at the Stuart Convalescent Home in Stuart, Florida. … Read More
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