Philippine Insurrection Casualty Report
2 December 1899

On December 2nd, General Otis reported the following casualties:

Killed

Harry O. Lee, Co B, 9th Inf. 25 November near Capas
Henry W. Landfohr, 35th Inf. 24 November at Tobantin Bridge

Wounded in action near Leon, Panay. 20 November

Sgt Harry Hiscock, Co L, 26th Inf. mortally wounded in abdomen.

Wounded in action at Imus. 25 November

John Finger, C F, 5th Art'y. moderate leg wound.
George M. Duncan, Co B, 4th Inf. moderate forearm wound.

Wounded in action at Iloilo, Panay. 21 November

Abraham Frappier, Co A, 26th Inf. severe wound to thigh.
Cpl Eugene E. Blower, Co D, 26th Inf. severe head wound.
Edward Sweet, Co D, 26th Inf. severe leg wound.
Sdt Edward England, Co G, 6th Art'y. severe chest wound.
James T. Murphy, Co G, 6th Art'y. severe shoulder wound.
Cpl Lawrence E. Grennan, Co L, 6th Inf. severe hand wound.
Paul Rink, Co L, 6th Inf. severe thigh wound.
Charles B. Ling, Co B, 18th Inf. severe shoulder wound.
Simon T. Barker, Co B, 18th Inf. severe shoulder wound.
George Backwith, Co B, 18th Inf. severe thigh wound.
Carl Strohm, Co B, 18th Inf. slight elbow wound.
James O'Connell, Co C, 18th Inf. severe thigh wound.
Cpl Harry S. Dunton, Co C, 18th Inf. severe chest wound.
Brice Leach, Co C, 18th Inf. severe hand wound.
Christopher C. Coats, Co C, 18th Inf. severe leg wound.
Cpl Bert J. Reed, Co F, 18th Inf. severe leg wound.
Timothy J. Flynn, Co F, 18th Inf. severe arm wound.
Cpl James Jones, Co F, 18th Inf. severe hand wound.
Cpl Charles Weber, Co F, 18th Inf. severe chest wound.

Wounded in action beyond Mabalacat. 28 November

1st Lt Matthew A. Batson, 4th Cav. severe foot wound

 

 

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