278 MARYLAND MANUAL.
The Adjutant ..General: HENRY M. WARFIELD (Democrat),
Henry M. Warfield the twenty-first Adjutant General of
Maryland, was born in Baltimore July 1, 1867. He is a son
of the late Henry M. Warfield, who was a member of the State
Legislature of 1861 and the candidate for Mayor of Baltimore
on the reform ticket in 1875. General Warfield's connection
with the National Guard of Maryland dates from November I,
1885, when he enlisted as a private in Company K, 5th Infan-
try, serving as such until November 1, 1888, the date of bis
election as 2d Lieutenant of that company. He was elected 1st
Lieutenant Company F, 5th Infantry, April 16, 1891, serving
in this position until commissioned Captain and Inspector of
Rifle Practice on the Regimental Staff, March 14, 1892. He
was elected Captain Company B, 5th Infantry, December 12,
1892, and Major 5th Infantry, October 28, 1895. He served as
a Major in this Regiment until June 30, 1903, on which date he
was elected and commissioned Colonel of the Regiment, hold-
ing this position until appointed Adjutant General by His Ex-
cellency Governor Crothers, January 22, 1908. General War-
field was again appointed Adjutant General by Governor Har-
rington March 3rd, 1916.
During the Spanish-American War he was mustered into
the service of the United States as Major in the 5th Maryland,
U. S. Volunteer Infantry, May 13, 1898, serving until this
regiment was mustered out, October 22, 1898.
General Warfield has always taken much interest in the
affairs of his native city, both business and social. He is the
resident manager of the Royal Insurance Company, Ltd., of
Liverpool, with offices in the Chamber of Commerce Building,
Baltimore, and one of the directors of the Board of Trade, and
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, Baltimore. His membership
in the clubs of Baltimore includes the Maryland, Elkridge,
Merchants' and Bachelors' Cotillon.
General Warfield resides at Timonium, Baltimore County.