DAVID DU BOSE GAILLARD - (1859-1913) - Army Engineer, born Fulton, S.C. Graduated at Weat Point (1884), took charge of several engineering projects, served on Internaitonal Boundary Commission of United States and Mexico (1891-94), and had charge of construction of Washington aqueduct (1895-98). Appointed member of Isthmian Canal Commission (1908); excavated difficult Culebra Cut of Panama Canal (named for him after his death). Authority on hydraulics and dredging of channels. Published standard work Wave Action in Relation to Engineering Structures (1904).