Casualty Reports of the 8th Infantry, 1st, 2nd and 3rd July 1898

The following is a list of the killed and wounded of the 8th US Infantry, in the three days' fighting before Santiago on 1st, 2nd and 3rd July 1898.

Killed

Cpl Charles Meyers, Co E
Patrick Roach, Co E
musician Charles M. Meade, Co C
John Pazeur, Co I
artificer Charles Foley, Co B
Joseph Spade, Co B

Wounded

1st Lt J. R. Leyburn, Co H - wounded while in command of Co D
Sgt James Donohue, Co C
Sgt George W. Ledgett, Co C
Sgt John Zimmerman, Co G
1st Sgt William Acher, Co D
Sgt Marcus Marr, Co D
Cpl Thomas A. Grant, Co D
Cpl Thomas King, Co D
Cpl Daniel McIntosh, Co D
Cpl James Wolson, Co D
Cpl John T. Dunn, Co A
Cpl Ernst Hagedorn, Co E
Cpl John Martin, Co H
George V. Cook, Co A
Thomas Griffin, hospital corps
William Glynn, Co D
John Miller, Co B
Henry R. O'Malley, Co B
John Rogers, Co B
William Sellman, Co B
Frank McDonald, Co B
Gregory Mullen, Co B
William Asche, Co C
John A. Baronswky, Co C
Patrick McGrath, Co C
Patrick Canning, Co C
William Boork, Co C
James Hanna, Co C
William F. Nestelhut, Co C
William D. Pinty, Co C
James Donnelly, Co D
John Graham, Co D
John H. Peterson, Co D
Peter O'Connor, Co D
Henry Brett, Co E
John Griffin, Co E
Henry C. Lichten, Co E
John McDay, Co E
Rudolph Rehman, Co E
William Kulel, Co H
William E. Lester, Co H
Wilhelm F. Vollman, Co H
musician Max Muller
Henry G. Santon, Co G
Charles F. Ross, Co G
Charles Taylor, Co G

 

 

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