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First Regiment of Montana Volunteers

Killed in Action

Helena, Montana, Sept. 29, 1903. The following is a correct list of the casualties of Montana Volunteers, who were killed in action, died of wounds, or lost their lives from other causes, during the Spanish-American War; and whose names are to go upon a bronze tablet to be placed in the Capitol building.

State of Montana, Headquarters National Guard Montana,

Adjutant Generals Office.

Shirley C. Ashby, Adjutant General.

Shirley C. Ashby, Adjutant General, National Guard Montana.

 

Field and Staff.
Robert Bruce Wallace.  Lieut. Colonel. Enlisted May 7, 189S. Died of wounds, March 13, 1900, at Fort Huachua, Arizona.

 

James W. Drennan.  Major. Enlisted May 7, 1898, Died June 24, 1899, at Malate, P. I.

 

Band
Frederick Hall. Private. Enlisted May 9, 1898. Killed Feb. 19, 1899, at Caloocan, P. I.

 

Clarence G. Briggs. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died of wounds Feb. 12, 1899, at Caloocan, P. I.

 

Company "A."
John C. Adams. Artificer. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died Sept. 1, 1898, at Cavite, P. I.

 

H. Claude Beecher. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died of wounds March 15, 1899, at Caloocan, P. I.

 

Daniel McElliott.  Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died October 22, 1898, at Cavite, P, I.

 

Gary A. Sayler. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died Sept. 5, 1898, at Manila, P. I.

 

Company "B."
Thomas C. Anderson.  Sergeant. Enlisted May 6, 1898. Killed April 26, 1899, at Calumpit, P. I.

 

Company "C."
Frank A. Camp. Private. Enlisted May 9, 1898. Died July 16, 1898, at San Francisco, Cal.

 

Joseph Marx. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died March 1, 1899, at Manila, P. I.

 

Dixon W. Weeden. Private. Enlisted May 9, 1898. Died August 19, 1899, at Cavite, P. I.

 

Company "D."
William G. Marshall. Private. Enlisted May 6, 1898. Died of wounds April 2, 1899, at Bocaue, P. I.

 

Company "E."— No casualties.
Company "F."
David L. Williams. Musician. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Died May 30, 1899, at Manila, P. I.

 

Joseph A, J. Beckmann.  Artificer. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Killed March 25, 1899, at La Loma Church, P. I.

 

William F. Stanly. Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Died Feb. 19, 1899, at Manila, P. I.

 

Company "G."

Robert Brown.  Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Died of wounds March 26, 1899, at Caloocan, P. I.

 

Percy R. Lockhart. Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Killed March 25, 1899, at Tulihan River, P. I.

 

Edward S. Moore. Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Died of wounds Feb. 28, 1899, at Caloocan, P. I.

 

Steve Stevens. Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Killed March 25, 1899, at Tulihan River, P. I.

 

Company "H."
Frederick Wheaton. Private. Enlisted May 9, 1898. Died of wounds March 31, 1899, at Bocaue, P. I.

 

Company "I."
William R. Meyersich. Corporal. Enlisted May 9, 1898. Died of wounds Feb. 13, 1899, at Lea Loma Church, P. I.

 

William C. O'Leary Private. Enlisted May 9, 1898. Died Sept. 5, 1898, at Cavite, P. I.

 

Company "K."
James A. Callahan.  Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Killed April 26, 1899, at Calumpit, P. I.

 

Thomas Scallon. Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Killed May 4, 1899, at Santo Tomas, P. I.

 

Charles A. Kaiser. Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Died April 8, 1899, at Manila, P. I.

 

Michael Corrigan.  Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Died July 15, 1899, at Manila, P. I.

 

James Kennedy.  Private. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Drowned April 25, 1899, at Bag Bag River, P. I.

 

Company "L."
Eugene S. French. 2nd Lieut. Enlisted May. 5, 1898. Killed Feb. 23, 1899, at Tondo District, Manila, P. I.

 

Owen H. Rowlands. Corporal. Enlisted May 5, 1898. Killed April 4, 1899, at Calumpit, P. I.

 

John Sorenson.  Private. Enlisted May 5, 1898. Died of wounds Feb. 20, 1899, at La Loma Church, P. I.

 

Walter J. McLean. Private. Enlisted June 22, 1898. Died Oct. 28, 1898, at Cavite, P. I.

 

Company "M."
William Mietschke. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Killed March 25, 1899, at La Loma Church, P. I.

 

Charles A. Murphy. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Killed April 27, 1899, at Calumpit, P. I.

 

John J. Campbell. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died of wounds Feb. 16, 1899, at Caloocan, P. I.

 

David Silver. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died of wounds June 16, 1899, at San Fernando, P. I.

 

Hany Archbold. Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died January 6, 1899, at Manila, P. I.

 

John A. Saxton.— Private. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died June 3, 1899, at Manila, P. I.

 

Detached From Regiment.
William Brown. Captain. Enlisted May 9, 1898. Killed in 45th U. S. Vol. Infantry, Aug. 17, 1900, at Salvacian, P. I.

 

Charles French. Captain Co. "H" 36th U. S. Vol. Infantry. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Died of wounds Oct. 31st, 1899, at Labau, P. I.

 

George H. Tilly.  Captain Volunteer Signal Corps. Enlisted May 27, 1898. Killed May 28, 1899, at Escalante, Island Negros, P. I.

 

T. P. A. Howe. 1st Sergeant Company "L" 37th U. S. Vol. Infantry. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Killed Sept. 17, 1900.

 

Marshall S. Greene.  Sergeant Company "E" U. S. Signal Corps. Died August 21, 1900, at Manila, P. I.

 

Daniel T. Bowman. 1st Lieut. Company "E" 37th U. S. Vol. Infantry Killed himself at Los Banos, P. I., Dec, 1899.

 

Thomas A. O'Toole.  Corporal Company "__" 37th U. S. Vol. Infantry. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Drowned May ,1900.

 

Edwin J. Godahl. Private Company "L" 37th U. S. Vol. Infantry. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Killed Aug. 9, 1900.

 

John Hendrickson.  Corporal Company "E" 37th U. S. Vol. Infantry. Enlisted May 8, 1898. Drowned May, 1900.

 

Charles A. Connors. Private Troop "L" 3d U. S. Vol. Cavalry. Enlisted May 10, 1898. Died July 25, 1898 at Camp Geo. H. Thomas, Ga.

 

Clarence S. Langley. Private Troop "L" 3d U. S. Vol. Cavalry. Enlisted May 10, 1898. Died Aug. 26, 1898, at Camp George H. Thomas, Georgia.

 

William C. Haag. Battery "G" 3d U. S. Artillery. Killed Feb. 5, 1899, at La Loma Church, P. I.

 

Robert Lennington.  Hospital Corps U. S. Army. Enlisted May 7, 1898. Died at San Francisco, Cal., about July 6, 1898.

 

William S. Sweet. Private Troop "L" 3d U. S. Vol. Cavalry. Enlisted May 10, 1898. Died Sept. 10, 1898, at Camp George H. Thomas, Georgia.

 

Patrick J. Egan. Private Troop "M" 3d U. S. Vol. Cavalry. Enlisted May 17, 1898. Died Aug. 14, 1898, at Camp George H. Thomas, Georgia.

 

Spanish-American War

Source: Montana Historical Society Contributions, Vol. VIII., 1876

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