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14, 1860. He went to Washington in 1886. He was a member of the National
Guard of Washington, and previous to muster in was 2d Lieutenant. He served
with the National Guard for ten years and at the outbreak of the war was mustered
in as 1st Lieutenant and was promoted May 12, 1899, to Captain. He was
seriousl}^ wounded in the head on the 27th of April, 1899, at Taguig. He partici-
pated in all engagements with his company.

GEO B. DORR, 1st Lieutenant, Company F, was born in Trinity County,
Cal., October 17, 1868. He went to Washington in 1879, from Humboldt County,
and joined the National Guard of Washington in 1892 as a private. He was pro-
moted to 1st Sergeant, Company F, in 1896, and to 2d Lieutenant, April 1897. At
the outbreak of the war he was mustered in as 2d Lieutenant, May 10, 1898 and pro-
moted to 1st Lieutenant, June 1, 1899. He was regimental commissary officer
from March 1, 1899. He went from San Francisco with the regiment as trans-
port commissar}^ on the Valencia. He was in all engagements with his company.

J. G. MILLER, 2d Lieutenant, Company F, was born in Dayton Wash.,
May 7, 1869. His occupation in civil life is that of a lawyer. He entered the
State University, at Eugene, Or. in 1889 and graduated in 1893, and the same
year went east and entered Harvard Law School and graduated from there in
1896. Since that he has been practicing law. He was a member of the National
Guard of Dayton, Wash., for ten years as a private. He was mustered into the
volunteer service as Quartermaster Sergeant, Company F, and was appointed
Battalion Sergeant- Major, June 10, 1898. January 20, 1899, he was appointed
1st Sergeant, Company F, and on May 10, 1899, was promoted to 2d Lieutenant
of the same company. He was in all engagements with his company.



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Co- F— 3d Battalion.



Chas. A. Booker, Capt

Geo. B. Dorr, Ist Lieut

Jesse G. Miller, 2d Lieut
Francis J. Gayman, Ist Sergt .
Geo. W. Baldwin, Q. M. Sergt

Jas. Dolan, Sergt

Claude Beckett. Sergt

Hugh J. Dunning, Sergt

Will Hubbard, Sergt

John W. Gough, Corp

Albert Ping, Corp

John W. Zebley, Corp

Sidney K. Thompson Corp —
Chas. J. G. Liechte, Corp

Melvin W. Burks, Corp

Thos. S. Pettyjohn, Corp

Chas. S. Gamer, Corp

George C. Eckler, Corp

John W. Dennis, Corp

Alfred D Dale, Corp
Nesmith Ankeny, Corp
Walter K. Smith, Musician . . . .

Fred'k K. Hicks, Musician

Chas. C. Jackson, Artificer

Ernest A. Holman, Wagoner . .



OCCrPATION

. . Bartender . .

Carpenter .

Lawryer

Farmer

. Machinist..

Teacher

Butcher . . .

Farmer ...

. Student

. Lraborer

Farmer . .

Farmer

Hl^trician .

Laborer

Farmer

Farmer

laborer

Laborer . . .

Blacksmith.
. . Farmer

Miller

. Student ....
. . Printer

Miner

. . Horseman . .



ADDRESS

D-iyton, Wash.



.Pullman, Wash.
Dayton. Wash.



WulU Walla, Wash.
. . Dayton, Wash.

alouse, Wash.

Dayton, Wash.



Ernest Armstrong
Benj. Bornman

Lars E. Carlson

Earl H. Conwell

Lawson Conwell
Chas. C. Diers
Wesley F. Dodge

Virgil E. Embree

Frank Fay
Walter A. Fay
Emerson G. Ferguson .
David H. Fitzj^erald .
Ransom T. Hammond.

Jas. M. Henderson

Burr W. Hughes

Cyrus E. Hull
Wm. A. James
Frank E- Klingaman .

Jos. M. Mackey

Tracy B. Matz^er
Thos. F. McNulty. .

Geo. O. Mustard

Robt. J. Neal

Andrew Nelson

John E. Norton

Lafayette V. Offield
J ohn F. Patterson —
Henry L. Porter

Egbert G. Rice

Chas. A. Robbing

Clarence R. Rowley
^Geo. W. Sagar
Hugh Z. Saluave
John F. Snider
Isaac T. Stedman



PRIVATES.

. Farmer Dayton, Wash.

. Laborer Philadelphia, Pa.

. Miner Hardoua, Sweden.

. Farmer Pomeroy, Wash.

Blacksmith " "

. Printer Dayton, Wash.

Student " '•

. Laborer " "

. Laborer Syracuse, N. Y.

. Laborer Wallowa Valley, Or.

. Printer Seattle, Wash.

Painter Dayton, Wash.

Policeman I'oraeroy, Wash.

. Farmer Dayton. Wash.

Student "

. Farmer Pomeroy, Wash.

.Laborer Dayton, Wash.

. Laborer Pomeroy, Wash.

Laborer " "

Horseman Dayton, Wash.

. Laborer Lowell, Mass.

Laborer Dayton, Wash.

Laborer " "

Miner Holland, Sweden.

Laborer Dayton, Wash.

. Laborer " *'

.Farmer " "

. Farmer Adamsville Mass.

. Laborer Dalles Center, Iowa.

Laborer Kosciusko, Ind.

Laborer Dajrton, Wash.

Laborer Oakland, Cal.

Laborer Palouse. Wash.

Blacksmith Dayton, Wash.

Farmer ** "



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NAME OCCUPATION ADDRESS

Fred Taylor Farmer Dayton, Wash.

John J. WhiUctt Laborer '• "

Blmer H. Wood worth Farmer '* *^

DISCHARGED.
NAME OCCUPATION ADDRESS REMARKS

Chester F. Miller, Capt Lawyer Dayton, Wash Disability, May 12, 1899. *

Geo. Wick, 1st Sergt Policeman " •• Disability, October 1, 1898.

Wm. H. Dorr, Sergt Clerk " " By order, Oct. 16 '98. [86th U. S. V.

Carrol Stephens, Sergt Fanner Manila, P. I By order, July 31. 1899. Re-enlisted

Horace W. Bigelow, Corp Laborer Dayton, Wash By order, October 16, 1898.

Jessie T. Jackson, Corp Laborer *' " By order, October 17, 1898.

Fred O. Jamerson, Corp Miner Manila, P. I By order, September 2, 1899.

Chester A. Morris, Corp Student Dayton, Wash By order, October 17, 1898.

Franklin Polen, Corp Laborer Manila, P. I By order, July 8, '99. Re-enlisted

Frank L. Swinney, Corp Laborer Dayton. Wash By order, Oct. 24, '98. [86th U. S. V.

Ray W. Thompson, Corp Waiter " " By order, November 18, 1898.

Frances M. Boldman, Art Blacksmith " " By order, Oct. 27, '98. [36thU.S.V.

Wm. B. Cook, Wagoner Laborer Manila, P. I By order, July 8, '99. Re-enlisted

Walter Gammon, Mus Student Pomeroy, Wash By order, October 26, 1898.

Fred N. Allen Student Dayton, Wash By order, Oct. 1, '98. [86th U. S. V.

Albert H. Blair Farmer Manila, P. I By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

Geo. W. Boyer Farmer " " By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

[86th U. S. V.
Alex. Bryant Farmer Manila, P. I By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

[36th U. S. V.

Edw. M. Curley Teamster Manila, P. I By order, July 5, 1899. Re-enlisted

Wm. C. Day Farmer Mitchell, Ka.^ Disability, Oct. 24, '98. [36th U. S. V.

Edw. B. Dobbs Surveyor Manila, P. I By order, September 2, 1899.

Arthur R. Elliott Laborer Dayton, Wash By order, Nov. 8, '98. [36th U. S. V.

David O. Farlin Teamster Manila, P. I By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

Chas. Hillman Farmer •• ** By order, July 6, 1899. Re-enlisted

[36th U. S. V.

Reginald H. Homer Cabinet-maker . . . Manila, P. I By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

Guy H. Jones Student Dolton SUtion, HI Disability, Oct. 81, '98. [36th U. S. V.

JohnC. Liner Farmer Dayton, Wash By order, Oct. 27, '98. [37th U. S. V.

Thos. A. Logan Engineer Manila, P. I By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

Wesley P. McGlothlin Broom-maker Dajrton, Wash By order, October 6, 1898.

Wm. W. Patrick Laborer Lane Co. Or By order, October 24, 1898.

FrankPing Farmer Dayton, Wash By order, Oct. 27, '98. [86th U. S. V.

Wm. Sclater Laborer Manila, P. I By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

Stephen W. Sharp Iron-worker •' " By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

Oliver E. Sherry Farmer Dayton, Wash Disability.Oct. 1, '98. [»6thU. S. V.

Leonard L. Simpson Laborer Manila. P. I By order, July 3, 1899. Re-enlisted

Harvey R. Smith Laborer Shelbyville, lud Disability, Sept. 18, '99. [36th U. S. V.

Thos. Thompson Waiter Manila, P. I By order, July 6, 1899. Re-cnlisted

[36th U. S. V.

Oliver C. Thornton Farmer Manila, P. I By order, July 8, 1899. Re-enlisted

Wm . Watson Laborer Dayton, Wash Disability, Sept. 18, '99. [86tli U. S. V.

Martin A. Wick Farmer Pomeroy, Wash By order, Oct. 27, '98. [86th U. S. V.

Andrew Willaon Laborer Manila, P. I By order, July 5, 1899. Re-enlisted

TRANSFERRED. l

John L- Dittemore, Sergt Musician Dasrton, Wash To Regt. Band, January 24, 1899.

WOUNDED.

Chas. A. Booker, Capt Wounded in head at Taguig, P. I., April 27, 1899.

Edw. M. Curley Wounded in left hand at Taguig, P. I., April 27, 1899.

Harvey R. Smith Wounded in head at Taguig, P. I., April 27, 1899.

DEAD.

Edw. W. Strain, Corp Killed in action at Taguig, P. I., April 27, 1899.

Robt. A. Chrystal Died of disease at Manila, P. I., August 26, 1899.

Geo. B. Fargo Died of dysentery at Manila, P. I., April 4, 1899.

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♦COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF COMPANY D.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.



PRANK E. ADAMS, Captain, Company D, was born in Bristol, England,
July 19, 1870. When be was two years of age his parents came to America, and
made their home at Duluth, Minn. From there they moved to Minneapolis, Minn.
At the latter place Capt. Adams received his education, attending first the public
schools, and later the university.

After leaving school he was apprenticed in the North Star Iron
Works to learn the machinist's trade. He finished his apprenticeship at the
age of 19, when he was given a position as foreman in the large drafting
rooms of the Phcenix Iron Works, in Ashton, Wis. He came to the coast in 1889,
and made Seattle his home. He was married in 1890, and the following year he
became a member of the National Guard. He went up the line from private to
1st Sergeant, and from Sergeant to Captain. He was made Captain in the fall of
1894. Three times he saw active service during his connection with the National
Guard, the first being at the Oilman coal-miners' strike in Washington, his sec-
ond being the railroad strike of the Northern Pacific, and for the third he was
sent in command of a detachment of forty men to guard the fisheries at the mouth
of the Columbia River. He was stationed there for three months, and was highly
commended for his services.

At the beginning of the Spanish-American War, Capt. Adams closed his offices
and business in Seattle, and enlisted as Captain of Company D, 1st Washington
Volunteers.

ZEPHANIAH B. RAWSON, 2d Lieutenant, Company D, was bom June 5,
1858, at Paris, Oxford County, Me. He fitted himself for college at the Maine
Wesleyan Seminary, at Kent Hill, Me. He began the study of law in the office of
Enoch Foster, one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of Maine, at Bethel, in
1883, and finished his legal training by taking the course at the Columbian
University of Washington, D. C. He graduated with the class of 1888. He
practiced law in Maine, from 1888, until he moved to Seattle, Wash., in December,
1889. He was City Attorney for the city of Seattle for 1896 and 1897. He joined
the National Guard of the State of Washington, September, 1893, continued as a
member until the President called for volunteers, in April, 1898, and was the first
enlisted man to be sworn into the United States Volunteers from the State of
Washington. He served as 1st Sergeant, Company D, during the entire Philippine
campaign, and was recommended for meritorious service at San Pedro Macati,
March 3d, 4th and 6th, and at Taguig, April 20th. He was commissioned 2d
Lieutenant, October 20, 1899, and assigned to Company D.



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NAME OCCUPATION ADDRESS

Frank E. Adams. Capt Civil Engineer Seattle, Wash.

Heury L. Egell, Ist Lieut Jeweler *' "

Zephaniah B. Rawson, '2d Lieut. . Lawyer *' "

Frank M. Coombs, 1st Sergt Letter-carriei " "

Walter F. Clough, Q. M. Scrgt Teamster " '*

John K. Withcrspoon, Sergt... Clerk ** **

Geo. K. Burtt, Sergt Miner "

Alvin W. Freeman, Sergt Gripraan " "

Wm. Fairbanks, Sergt Clerk "

Cal Welbon, Corp Salesman

Alfred B. Welch, Corp Civil Engineer Orting, Wash.

Frank T. Hoburg, Corp Journalist San Francisco, Cal.

Guy A. Phelps, Corp Telegraph Operator Snohomish, Wash.

Albert W. Merritt, Corp Engineer Seattle. Wash.

Wm. A. Beck, Corp Laborer " "

Luther W. Rawley, Corp Machinist .Victoria, Tex.

Geo. Worth, Corp Clerk Chelak, Wis.

Wm. S. Sargent, Corp Labch-er Seattle, Wash.

Wm. G. Lincoln Corp Bookkeeper " '*

Fred. C. Day, Corp Printer Seattle, Wash.

Thos. E. Jones, Corp Laborer - Jackson, Ohio.

Thos. Tanner, Cook Teamster Seattle, Wash.

Chas. C. Pitts, Musician Musician ** **

John Bright, Artificer Clerk *' "

Geo. D. Hadley, Wagoner Railroad-man " "

PRIVATES.

Frank Ayers Teacher .Admire, Kas.

Nicholas Becker Laborer Seattle, Wash.

Geo. Bolduc Shingler F^monds, Wash.

Rodney S. Church Laborer Everett, Wash.

Henry C. Cobum Stockman Hector, S. D.

Harry E. Elsbree Butcher Seattle, Wash.

Wm. Emmonds Laborer " '*

J. A. Griffith. Clerk San Jose. Cal.

Harry W. Hedrick Carpenter Seattle, Wash.

Geo. H. Herman Teamster " "

Orin W. Hickcox Telegraph Operator " "

Howard M. Holland Conductor " '*

Peter M. Indergard Carpenter *' "

Walter M. Justi Clerk San Francisco, Cal.

Ernest M. Keil Electrician Seattle, Wash.

Jos. W. La Mar Farmer " *'

Jas. M. McCarren Student Forestville, Iowa.

Wm. S. Mclntyre Boiler-maker Alliance, Neb.

Randolph McMichael Clerk Seattle, Wash.

Frank X. Meier Baker , " *'

Chas. G. Mihills Horse-trainer E^'ausville, Wis.

Clay G. Mills Hostler Seattle, Wash.

Robt. J. Moore Miner *' '*

Ethan A. E. Morrison Assayer Spokane, Wash.

Geo. R. Page Student Seattle, Wash.

Carl Pennington Clerk " •*

Chas. O. Perkins Clerk lola, Kas.

Geo. P. Petersen Miner Seattle, Wash.

Wm. L. Follow Barber Port Angeles, Wash.

Edw. Reilley Miner Danville, III.

Emmet T. Robb Painter Seattle, Wash.

Geo. Sanford Locksmith Albany, N. V.

Albert L. Smith Student Steptoe, Wash.

Leonard L. Spear Civil Engineer Seattle, Wash.

Wm.C. Titus Laundry-man •' *♦

Edgar T. Williams Clerk New Brighton, Minn.

Geo. C. Winkler Clerk Belleville, III

Fred C. Winters Farmer Seattle, Wash.

Eugene Woodin Fireman " •



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DISCHARGED.
NAME. OCCUPATION. ADDRESS. REMARKS.

Fred'k A. Fraxier, Corp lawyer Seattle, Wash By order, Oct. 26, 1898.

Ernest C. Jenner, Corp Artist " " By order, Oct. 28, 1898. [36th U. S. V.

Fred Cuff, Musician Bricklayer Manila, P. I By order, July 15, 1899. Re-enlisted

Harry F. Woods, Artificer Carpenter Seattle, Wash By order, October 25, 1898.

Walter H. Caswell, Wagoner. . Laborer '• " By order, July 25, 1898.

Bert Baker Clerk •* " By order, July 28, 1898.

Edw. R. Bartlett Farmer Watertown, S. D By order, October 2, 1899.

Clarence E- Bennett Butter-maker San Francisco, Cal By order, Sept. 29, 1898. [37th U.S.V.

Calesby O. Brown Druggist Manila, P. I By order, July 81. 1899. Re-enlisted

Ernest Crocker Policeman Seattle, Wash By order, November 17, 1898.

Edwin J. Davis Steam-fitter " " By order, August 20, 1898.

Peter De Jorup Conductor " " By order, August 17, 1898.

Robt. Dick Miner Manila, P. I By order, September 2, 1899.

Frank L. Douglass Laborer Johnsonburg, Pa By order, December 10. 1898.

Harvey L. Dyer Civil Engineer. . . Seattle, Wash By order, Oct. 26, '98. [36th U. S. V.

Frank G. Hendel Railroad-man Manila, P. I By order, July 6, 1899. Re-enlisted

Harry W. Hicks Student " " By order, Sept. 2, 1899. [36th U. S. V.

Frank Hoffman Waiter " " By order, July 6, 1899. Re-enlisted

Harrie H. Hulbert Shingler Everett, Wash By order, December 20, 1898.

Eugene Klemptner Conductor Manila, P. I By order, September 2, 1899.

Chas. I. Land Laborer Seattle, Wash By order, September 29, 1898.

Jas. H. Moore Longshore-man ... •* " By order, August 20, 1898.

Henry O. Ness Cook " " By order, September 5, 1899.

Emil Peterson Candy-maker Manila, P. I By order, September 2, 1899.

Nicholas C. PoUey Clerk Seattle, Wash By order, July 2, 1899. [36th U. S. V.

El uest R. Roberts Clerk Manila, P. I By order, July 6, 1899. Re-enlisted

True O. Sakcmiller Clerk '• •• By order, September 2, 1899.

Albert R. Straub Waiter Seattle, Wash By order, September 11, 1899.

John R. Swift Carpenter • " By order, November 24, 1898.

Wallace B. Taylor Druggist " " By order, October 25, 1898.

Lorthe E. Tennyson Cook Manila, P. I By order. September 2, 1898.

Hugh Waters Waiter Everett, Wash By order, September 5, 1899.

Percy L. Wightman Student Manila, P. I By order, September 2, 1899.

Wm. M. Winders Tinner Seattle, Wash By order, August 16 ,1899.

Clement Yore Lawyer San Francisco, Cal By order, October 25, 1898.

Chas. Young Clerk •• •• '« By order, October 25, 1898.

TRANSFERRED.

Wm. G. Herman, Sergt Druggist Seattle, Wash To HospiUl Corps, October 10, 1899.

Stephen D. Bolles Engineer Box Elder, Neb To Co. M 1st Neb., April 13, 1899.

Harry F. Cameron Student Seattle, Wash To Hospital Corps, Sept. 17, 1898.

Laurin M. Lawson Clerk St. Peter, Minn To Company B, January 2, 1899.

Wm. J. Marshall Tailor Minneapolis, Minn To Co. F, 13th Minn., June 24, 1899.

Elin Olsberg Nurse Seattle, Wash To Hospital Corps Sept. 8, 1898.

PROMOTED.
Geo. B. Lamping, 2d Liout. . . . Bank Clerk Seattle, Wash To 1st Lieut. Co. G, October 20, 1899.

DESERTED.
Russell Roe Deserted at San Francisco, Cal., October 14, 1898.

WOUNDED.

Cal Welbon, Corp Wounded in left side at Taguig, P. I., April 18, 1899.

Edw. R. Bartlett Wounded in right shoulder at Laguna de Bay, P. I., March 19, 1899.

Wm. J. Marshall Wounded in neck at Taguig, P. I., April 27, 1899.

Henry O. Ness Wounded in left shoulder, at Laguna de Bay, P. I., March 19, 1899.

Albert R. Straub Wounded in head at Taguig P. I. April 20, 1899.

Hugh Waters Wounded in right shoulder at Laguna de Bay, P. I., March 19, 1899.

Wm. M. Winders Wounded in right side, at Taguig, P. L, April 20, 1899.

DEAD.

Wm. C. Hopwood Died of wounds received in action at Manila, P. I., February 8, 1899.

Milton S. Melse Died of wounds received in action at Manila, P. L, March 22, 1899.

Carl M. Thygensen Died of wounds received in action at Morong, P. I., June 5, 1899



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ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHIES.



COMPANY L.

JOHN E. BALI/AINE, 1st Lieutenant, Company L, is a native of Iowa,
where he was bom September 2, 1868. His maternal grandparents settled near
Mount Pleasant in 1842, and his father and grandfather were among the charter
members who founded there the Wesleyan University. The father of Lieut.
Ballaine having died from the effects of a wound inflicted at Vicksburg, the
family located in Whitman County, Wash., in the later *70s. Mr. Ballaine grew
up on a stock ranch, riding the ranges through the spring and summer and
attending school during the fall and winter. He taught school four terms, and
at the age of 19 was appointed Deputy Auditor of Whitman County. In 1892-93
he was editor and part proprietor of the Colfax Gazette, going thence to the
editorial staff of the Tacoma Ledger. For two terms he served as legislative cor-
respondent, and reported all the State and the principal county conventions of four
years. He became assistant city editor of the Washington, D. C, Post, in 1895,
and a year thereafter was appointed editor of the southern division of the Associated
Press at the national capital. Gov. Rogers of Washington offered him the position
of private secretary to the Governor, which he accepted, performing also the duties
of Adjutant General of the State. He resigned to accept a commission in the 1st
Washington Inf., U. S. V., and served continuously with his company in its every
engagement, except for six weeks when he was down with malarial fever. For
four months he was in command of his company. In August, 1899, he was pro-
moted to be Captain of Company L to succeed Capt. Moore, advanced to a majority
reported by the War Department to be vacant. The vacancy did not occur, how-
ever, and the new officers, while receiving their commissions, did not get the
opportunity to be mustered into the higher grade. Lieut. Ballaine is married,
Mrs. Ballaine being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Felch, of Colfax, Wash.



COMPANY D.

HENRY L. EGELL, 1st Lieutenant, Company D, was born in Copenhagen,
Denmark, July 16, 1861. He went to the State of Washington, March 14, 1890,
and belonged to the National Guard of that State for seven years. At the out-
break of the war he was mustered into the service as 1st Lieutenant of Company
D, in Tacoma, Wash., May 6, 1898. He has been commanding his company
since January 4, 1899, on account of the sickness of the Captain. He was in all
engagements with his company.



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RECOMMENDED FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE.

. FIRST WASHINGTON INFANTRY, U. S. V.



HOSPITAL CORPS.

Howard R. McBride, Hospital Steward

John T. Dawson, Corporal

Don DeWitt

Max E. Englehardt

Hoyze E. Mitchell

James G. Triplett

COMPANY A.

William T. Harrison, Q. M. Sergeant
Walter L. McCallum, Sergeant
Fred. L. Titsworth, Sergeant
James A. Timewell, Corporal
Kendall Fellowes, Corporal
Ernest C. HoUingsworth, Corporal



COMPANY B.



Smith K. Fitzhugh, Corporal
Thomas B. Crockett, Corporal
Albert F. Pray, Corporal
H. J. Kemper, Corporal
Melvin J. Doherty, Corporal
George H. Gaches, Corporal
J. E. Holland, Wagoner

Z. B. Rawson, 2d Lieutenant
John K. Witherspoon, Sergeant
William A. Beck, Corporal
Cal. Welbon, Corporal
William Fairbanks, Corporal
Alfred B. Welch, Corporal
Calvin Freeman, Corporal

Edward J. Young, 1st Lieutenant.
John T. Alderson, 2d Lieutenant
Henry W. Leach, 1st Sergeant
John H. Wright, Sergeant
William Washburn, Corporal



COMPANY D.



COMPANY E.



George Bordeaux
Charles Breuchle
Charles W. Brown
Guy A. Turner
John W. Snoke



John F. Crowley

Ed. Fox

Alexander J. MacDonald

John W. Stevens

George Crerar

George Scott

John M. Page
C. B. Rathburn
A. M. Mills
James W. Badger
J. J. McGlynn
Wm. J. Moran
Thomas Collan



Nicholas Becker
Randolph McMichael
Clay G. Mills
Carl M. Tygensen
George Winkler
Hugh Waters
Edgar T. Williams

William C. Stephens
Joseph J. Mitchell
Edward C. Spaulding
George S. Palmer
Henry H. Hagedorn



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Edward W. Strain, Corporal
John F. Patterson



COMPANY F.



Walter A. Fay



Albert H. Blair
Carral Stephens



COMPANY G.
William H. Breman, Corporal

COMPANY I.



Roy Painter, Corporal
Myra Cusker, Corporal



Ira Cromwell, Corporal
Johnson,



Ernest L. Barber



COMPANY K.
Edward C. Hanford, Corporal



Will G. Adams, Sergeant



William Scales, Sergeant
Chas. E. Augustein, Corporal
John D. Roberts, Corporal
John Usher, Corporal
Wm. F. Cruver, Musician
Carl E. Carlson, Musician
Oliver S. Morris, Wagoner
John O. Badger
Herbert A. Bloye
Nelson Churchill



COMPANY L.



John B. Heybum



COMPANY M.



Arthur R. Porter



Walter H. De Lacy
George C. Eddy
James R. Evans
Bert James
Harry C. McLean
John J. McNeill,
Ralph L. Philbrick
Charles Rauen
Frank H. Sagers
Arthur R. Scullin



Dexter H. Waller,



VOLUNTEERS WHO ASSISTED IN BURNING FRENCH HOUSE
AT PASIG, MARCH 26, 1899.

Oscar A. McGee, Sergeant, Company B
William T. Harrison, Sergeant, Company A
George W. Harlan, Private, Company A
O. D. Ward, Private, Company B
D. S. Williamson, Private, Company B
Irving A. Jensen, Private, Company B
Frank Pinney, Private, Company B
George Scott, Private, Company A
Wm. C. Courtney, Private, Company B



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ERRATA.



NAME

William B. Cliflon



BAND
Private, additional— page (

OCCUPATION

Jeiveler



ADDRBSS

.Santa Clara, Cal.



Discharged, additional- page 63.

NAMB OCCUPATION ADDRESS

Edgar H. I^eonard Student Dayton, Wash. . .



REMARKS

By order. Oct. 5, 1898.



COMPANY B.
Corrections, additional— page 80.

NAME OCCUPATION ADDRESS

Chas. L. Beamer, Q. M. Sergt. (not Corporal). .Candymaker Hastings, Mich.

Clare E. Clarke, Sergt. (not Corporal) Printer Noblesville, Ind.

Melvin J. Doherty, Corp. (not Private) Draughtsmen St. Paul. Minn.

A. E. W. Maguire, Corp. (not Private) Railroadman Seattle, Wash.

Frank W. Barker, Corp Clerk Boston, Mass.

Frank W. Hergert, Corp Student Seattle, Wash.

Deserter, additional— page 81 .
Wm. S. Wilson Deserted at Honolulu, H. I., November 7, 1898.



COMPANY E.
Private, additional^page 85.



)fAME

Elijah W. Waddington.



OCCUPATION

...Laborer ...



ADDRESS

.North Yakima, Wash.



Transfers, additional— page 85.

NAME OCCUPATION ADDRBSS REMARKS

Fred T. Briggs, Ist Ueut. Railroadman North Yakima, Wash To Regl. Adj. , July 16, 1899.

William L. I«emon, 2d Ueut... Merchant " " " To Regl. Q. M., Sept. 2, 1899.



NAME

Jos. O'Connell.



COMPANY G.
Private, additional— page 88.



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