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Deaths in the Service

This record of "New York in the Spanish-American War Deaths" has been prepared in accordance with the directions and under the instructions of Brigadier-General Avery D. Andrews and Brigadier-General Edward M. Hoffman, adjutants-general of the state, 1899 and 1900, respectively. In the preparation of the work the part taken by the state directly has been obtained from the report of Major-General C. Whitney Tillinghast, 2d, adjutant- general of the state of the year 1898, and where the text speaks of the "adjutant-general" without any further definition or "this office," the adjutant'general of the state and the office of the adjutant-general of the state are alluded to. The historical records of the organizations are founded on their official reports and records, and the personal records are taken from the muster-out rolls on file in the office of the adjutant-general of the state.


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NAMES OF THE DEAD
Commissioned Officers
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GIBBS, JOHN B.--Assistant surgeon, United States Volunter
Navy. died of Disease, June 12, 1898, at Camp McCalla, Guan--
tanomo, Cuba

LINDHAM, GEORGE--Assistant surgeon, Eighth Infantry
died of typhoid fever, September 16, 1898, at New York City

LONGSON, WILLIAM--Second lieutenant, Co. H., Seventy--firt
Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 1, 1898, at New
York City

MAHONEY, MICHAEL J.--Frist lieutenant, Co. A., Ninth Infan--
try. died of typhoid fever, October 3, 1898, at New York City

PEIXOTEO, DANIEL L.M.--Captain, Third United States Vol--
unteer Infantry. died of diease, October 24, 1898

PORTER, SAMUEL M.--Second lieutenant, Co. E., Sixty--fifth
Infantry, died of fever, September 14, 1898, at Jamestown,
N.Y.

QUIGLEY, JOHN ALOYSIUS--First Lieutenant and regimental
adjutant, Third. died of typhoid fever, August 19, 1898,
at Auburn, N.Y.

ROBERTS, ALFRED I.--Second lieutenant, Co. F., Seventy--first
Infantry. died of Pneumonia, September 20, 1898, at General
Hospital, Montauk Point, N.Y.

SEWARD, CHARLES W.--Second lieutenant, Co. C., Ninth
Infantry. died of Typhoid fever, September 16, 1898, at Mont--
clair, N.J.

SEWARD, JR., EMOTT--First Lieutenant, Co. C., Ninth Infan--
try. died of typhoid fever, October 17, 1898, at Leiter United
States Hospital, Chickamauga, Ga.

SMITH, LESTER BORDMAN--Captain, Co. H., Third Infantry.
died of typhoid fever, August 17, 1898, at Homeopathic Hos--
pital, Rochester, N.Y.

WALKER, FRANKLIN D.L.--First lieutenant, Co. H., Ninth
Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 20, 1898, at Pres--
byterian Hospital, New York City

WOOD, JAMES--Assistant surgeon, Two Hundred and Second
Infantry. died of malaria, March 3, 1899, 1899, at Havana, Cuba


Enlisted Men
ALDEN FRANK E.--Quartermaster--sergeant, Co. L. Seventy-- first Infantry. died of pernicious malarial fever, August 12, 1898, at Field Hospital, Santiago, Cuba ALLEN, CHARLES W.--Private, Co. M., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 9, 1898, at hospital, Fort McPherson, Ga. AMANN, JACOB--Private, Co. A., Eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 3, 1898, at Camp Thomas, Chicka-- mauga, Ga. ANGEVINE, JR., FRANK--First sergeant, Co. E., Forty--seventh Infantry. died of Bright's disease, May 6, 1898, on board transport "Manitoba" BABBITT, GEORGE M.--Private, Co. M., Seventh--first Infantry died of heart disease, August 14, 1898, on board transport "La Grand Duchesse,"ae sea BAHME, FELIX W.--Private, Co. D., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 1, 1898, at Flower Hospital, Fernan-- dina, Fla. BAILEY, EDWARD A.--Private, Co. B., First Infantry. died of disease, November 26, 1898, at Honolulu, H.I. BAISLEY, James--Private, Co. M., Forty--seventh Infantry died of entretis, February 13, 1898, at Caguas, P.R. BAKER, CHARLES N.--Private, Co. C., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 10, 1898, at hospital, Fort McPherson, Ga. BARNUM, JOHN M.--Private, Co. G., Seventy--first Infantry died of dysentery, August 17, 1898, at Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. BARRY, LUCIUS C.--Private, Co. C., Third Infantry. died of typhoid Fever, September 1, 1898, at United States General Hos-- pital, Fort Myer, Va. BARTSCH, PAUL--private, Co. I., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 5, 1898, at St. Agnes Hospital, Phila-- delphia, Pa. BEARD, CLAUD H.--Private, Co. K., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 18, 1898, at Hornellsville, N.Y. BEARDSLEE, BENTON M.--Private, Co. F., First Infantry died of typhoid fever, November 26, 1898, at Post Hospital, Honolulu, H.I. BEATTY, JAMES S.--Private, Co. L., Two Hundred and First Infantry, died of Bright's disease, December 30, 1898, at camp Wetherill, Greenville, S.C. BENDER, ROBERT--Private, Co. I., Twelfth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 27, 1898, at Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. BLACK, JAMES--Private, Co. K., Eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, July 30, 1898, at Leiter Hospital, Lytle, Ga. BLACK, JOSEPH I.--Private, Co. Co. K., Seventy--first infantry died of entero colitis fever, September 2, 1898, at Santiago Cuba BLAKE, JAMES--private, Co. G., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 21, 1898, at New York City BLEAKLEY, ANDREW W.--Private, Co. D., second Infantry died of disease, October 22, 1898, at Hospital, Fort McPherson, Ga. BOEHM, ALBERT--Private, Co. C. Two Hundred and second Infantry. died of typhoid--pneumonia, January 29, 1899, at Guanajay, Cuba BOING, GEORGE J.--Private, Co. M., Twelfth Infantry. Com-- mitted suicide, November 17, 1898, at Americus, Ga. BOOTH, EDWARD C.--Private, Co. L., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 30, 1898, at Van Etten, N.Y. BOOTH, FRANK W.--Private, Co. F., Seventy--first Infantry Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba BOOTH, JOHN--Private, Co. L., Seventy--first Infantry. Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba BORTON, ALFRED--Hospital steward, Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 18, 1898, at Anniston, Ala. BOURKE, JOHN--Private, Co. H., Seventy--first Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 10, 1898, at New York City BOWERSM WINTHROPE W.--Private, Co. L., Third Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 25, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Fort Myer, Va. BOWMAN, JOSEPH R.--Machinist, second class, Second Naval Battalion. died of disease, August 13, 1898 BRAYTON, CLARENCE E.--Sergeant--major, Third, Third Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 20, 1898, at Bolton House Harrisburg, Pa. BROWN, CLIFTON B.--Private, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba BROWN, EDWARD D.--Corporal, Troop C. died of typhoid fever, July 16, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Fort Myer, Va. BROWN, EMANUEL--Private, Co. A., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 28, 1898, at First Division Hospital, Anniston, Ala. BROWN, WALTER J.--Private, Co. D., Seventy--first Infantry died of dysentery, August 11, 1898, at Hospital, near Santiago, Cuba BROWN, WILLIAM M.--Cook, Co. C., Two Hundred and First Infantry, Camp Meade, Middletown, Pa. BUHR, JOHN E.--Corporal, Co. F., Ninth Infantry. died of dis-- ease, August 25, 1898, at Leiter Hospital, Chickamauga, Ga. BUITLES, ROBERT W.--Private, Co. H., Forty--seventh infantry Killed by accident, October 25, 1898, on board transport "Chester," en--route from ponce to San Juan, P.R. BUNDY, FREDERICK C.--Musician, Co. L., Third Infantry Died of typhoid fever, September 3, 1898, at Providence Hos-- pital, Washington, D.C. BURHANS, ARTHUR D.--private, Co. C., Seventh--first Infantry died of disease, September 1, 1898, at Bayonne, N.J. BURKE, JOHN--Private, Co. C., Forty--seventh infantry. Murdered, February 24, 1899, at Caguas, P.R. BURKE, JOHN--Private, Co. B., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, November 14, 1898, at Fourth Army Corps Reserve Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. BURKHARDT, CHARLES--Private, Co. A., Ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 2, 1898, at New York City BYRNE, EDWARD R.--Corporal, Co. M., Twelfth Infantry died of disease, September 12, 1898, at New York City BYRNES, GEORGE V.--Corporal, Co. G., Ninth Infantry. Died of typhoid--pneumonia, October 18, 1898, at New York City CANTLIN, JOHN A.--Private, Co. A., Sixty--fifth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 17, 1898, at Buffalo, N.Y. CARGILL, AUGUSTUS--Private, Co. K., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of disease, September 16, 1898, at Second Division Hopital, Camp Meade, Middletown, Pa. CARLISTE, LEWIS W.--Corporal, Co. M., SZeventy--first Infantry Wounded in action, July 2, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba. died of wounds, July 28, 1898, at St. Peter's Hospital, brooklyn, N.Y. CARLSSON, JOHN O.--Private, Co. K., Two Hundred and Second Infantry, Died of typhoid fever, Oct 23, 1898, at Lancaster Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. CLARKE, WILLIAM F.--Hospital steward, Eighth Infantry Died of Pneumonia, August 26, 1898, at New York City CLEVENGER, WILLIAM--Private, Co. C., Eighth Infantry died of disease, September 5, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. CLOONEY, JAMES--Private, Co. L., Two Hundred and second Infantry. died of pernicious malaria, February 10, 1899, at Guanajay, Cuba CONKLIN, JR., wALTER m.--private, Co. D., Two Hundred and First Infantry. Died of acute ascending myeletis, Novem-- ber 20, 1898, at Greenville, S.C. CONNELL, THOMAS F.--private, Co. F., Ninth Infantry. Died of disease, October 13, 1898, at St. Vincent's Hospital, New York City COOK, GEORGE W.--Private, Co. E., Seventy--first Infantry Died of fever, September 11, 1898, at Hackensack, N.J. COOK, WILLIAM H.--Corporal, Co. K., Twelfth Infantry. Died of Typhoid fever, September 7, 1898, at Third Diviston Hospital, Lexington, Ky. COONEY, JAMES J.--Private, Co. I., Fourteenth Infantry. Died of typhoid fever, September 3, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital, Chickamauga, Ga. COONEY, PATRICK J.--Private, Co. A., Two Hundred and First Infantry. Died of pneumonia, March 16, 1899, at Greenville, S.C. COSTARD, JR., EMILE P.-- Private, Co. D., Ninth Infantry. Died of typhoid fever, August 1, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Fort McPherson, Ga. COTTER, JAMES J.--Corporal, Co. G., Two Hundred and First Infantry. Died of typhoid--malaria, November 22, 1898, at New York City COUGHLIN, DANIEL J.--Private, Co. H., Twelfth Infantry Died of Typhoid fever, August 23, 1898, at Third Division, First Army Corps Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. Courtney, John P.--Private, Co. G., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of Typhoid--malaria, December 5, 1898, at hospi-- tal, Philadelphia, Pa. COWLES, GEORGE H.--Private, Co. H., First Infantry. died of disease, November 12, 1898, at United States Hospital, Hono-- lulu, H.I. COX, GEORGE--Private in band, Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 26, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. GRAIGIE, CHARLES E.--Private, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry died of malarial fever, August 27, 1898, at Montauk Point, N.Y. CRANE, THOMAS B.--Private, Co. E., Ninth Infantry. Died of typhoid fever, October 26, 1898, at New York Hospital, New York City CRONIN, ANDREW V.--Private, Co. D., Twelfth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 13, 1898, at Camp Thomas, Chicka-- mauga, Ga. cROSLEY, NORMAN W.--Private, Co. K., Seventy--first Infantry died of fever, September 3, 1898, at New York City CROUCH, HERBERT A.--Corporal, Co. M., First Infantry. died of disease, May 30, 1898, at Camp Black, Hempstead Plains N.Y. CROWLEY, DANIEL--Private, Co. F., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, July 21, 1898, on hospital train, en--route to Fort Thomas, Ky. CUSHING, CHARLES P.F.--Private, Co. C., Seventy--first Infan-- try. Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba DALY, JOHN A.--private, Co. E., eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 14, 1898, at Long Island College Hos-- pital, Brooklyn, N.Y. DALY, MICHAEL--Private, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba. DALY, PETER J.--private, Co. C., Forty--seventh Infantry. died of self--inflicted pistol wounds, October 7, 1898, at Fort Adams, R.I. DAME, CHARLES H.--Private, Co. E., Twelfth Infantry. died of typhoid fever september 22, 1898, at Division Hospital, Camp Hamilton, Lexington, Ky. DANIELS, FRANK H.--Private, Co. E., Second Infantry. died of pneumonia, October 1, 1898, at Schenectady, N.Y. DANKS, BURTON DAY--Private, Co., K., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 18, 1898, at Red Cross Hospital, Camp Meadem Middletown, Pa. DEAN, FRANK J.--Corporal, Co. C., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 26, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital, Chicka-- mauga, Ga. DECKER, JOSEPH S.--Private, Co. I., Seventy--first Infantry Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba DELL, EMANUEL H.--Private, Co. G., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 23, 1898, at Field Hospital, Bristow, Va. DEWEY, FRANK.--Private, Co. D., Second. died of typhoid fever, September 7, 1898, at Flower Hospital, Fernan-- dina, Fla. DINAN, JOHN J.--Private, Co. F., Seventy--first Infantry. died of malaria fever, August 25, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. DINGLEY, HARVEY E.--Private, Co. M., Sixty--fifth Infantry died of pneumonia, October 27, 1898, at General Hospital, Buffalo, N.Y. DODD, REUBEN N.--Private, Co. B., Seventy--first Infantry died (accidentally shot), October 20, 1898, at New York City DODD, SAMUEL A.--Private, Co. M., Ninth Infantry. died of Typhoid fever, August 29, 1898, at Second Division, Third Army Corps, Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. DOHERTY, GIVEN--Private, Co. C., Twelfth Infantry. died of disease, October 4, 1898, at St. Luke's Hospital, South Bethle-- hem, Pa. DOHERTY, WILLIAM F.--Private Co. G., Twelfth Infantry died of disease, March 9, 1899, on board hospital ship "Missouri" DONCET, MICHAEL--Private, Co. I., Twelfth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 8, 1898, at Camp Hamilton, Lexington Ky. DONNELLY, JOHN.--Private, Co. K.,, Sixty--ninth Infantry. died of disease, November 16, 1898, at Fourth Army Corps Reserve Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. DONNELLY, JOHN F.--Private, Co. D., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of disease, October 8, 1898, at Fourth Army Corps Reserve Hospital, Huntville, Ala. DONOHUE, Martin F.--Sergeant, Co. A., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 2, 1898, at New York City Donovan, Thomas--Private, Co. K., Two Hundred and First Infantry. Died of Pneumonia, March 7, 1899, at Second Divi-- sion Hospital, Camp Wetherill, Green, S.C. DOUGHTY, THOMAS J.--Private, Co. D., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of Pneumonia, January 30, 1899, at First District Hospital, Huntville, Ala. DOW, RALPH H.--Private, Co. H., Twelfth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, July 29, 1898, at Third Division, First Army Corps, Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. DOWD, William--Private, Co. H., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 25, 1898, at Presbyterian Hospital, New York City DRAKE, GUY--Private, Co. I., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, November 16, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Fort Myer, Va. DUFF, WILLIAM P.--Sergeant, Co. H., Eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 17, 1898, at Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. DUFFY, NICHOLAS H. Private, Co. B., Sixty--ninth Infantry Died of typhoid fever, August 29, 1898, at hospital, Fernandina, Fla. DUNCAN, GEORGE--Private, Co. H., Sixty--fifth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 2, 1898, at Buffalo, N.Y. DUNCAN, THOMAS S.--Private, Co. F., Eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 8, 1898, at St. Luke's Hospital, New York City DUNN, JOHN--Private, Co. G., Two Hundredand First Infan-- try. died of Typhoid--mararia, October 3, 1898, at Lebanon, Pa. DUNN, Martin--Private, Co. M., Two Hundred and First Infantry died of disease, September 6, 1898, at Camp Black, Hemp stead Plains, N.Y. Dunning, Thomas G.--Private, Co. M., Seventy First Infantry died of Malarial fever, August 21, 1898, at Camp Wikoff, Mon-- tauk Point, N.Y. DUNWOODY, JOSEPH--Private, Co. D., Seventy--first Infantry Wounded in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba; died, of wounds, September 12, 1898, at New York City DURAND, FRANK--Private, Co. I., Eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 17, 1898, at St. Luke's Hospital, New York City DURSTON, EDWARD--Sergeant, Co. A., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of Typhoid fever, September 18, 1898, at Syracuse, N.Y. DWYER, EDWARD J.--Corporal, Co. K., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of disease, August 11, 1898, at Regiumental Hospital, Fer-- nandina, Fla. EARL, DAVID M.--Private, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry. died of malarial fever, August 25, 1898, at Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. EBBESON, EBBE--Private, Co. L., Seventy--first Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 6, 1898, on board hospital ship "Missouri," at sea ECKSTEIN, ALBERT--Private, Co. A., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 9, 1898, at Fort McPherson, Ga.] ELLIOTT, JAMES W.--Corporal, Co. I., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, November 3, 1898, at First District Hos-- pital, Huntville, Ala. ELVERFIELD, WILLIAM--Private, Private, Co. C., Sixty--fifth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 18, 1898, at Buffalo, N.Y. ENGELS, FREDERICK L.--Private, Co. F., Seventy--first Infantry died of malarial fever, August 15, 1898, on board trans-- port "La Grande Duchesse." ERNEST, LOUIS--Private, Co. D., Sixty--fifth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 17, 1898, at Buffalo, N.Y. ESTERHAZY, ALBERT--Private, Co. G., Twelfth Infantry died of disease, January 14, 1899, at Seton Sanitarium, Spuyten Duyvil, N.Y. EVERETT, ROBERT G.--corporal, Co. L., Seventy--first Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 5, 1898, at New York City EWING, JOSEPH E.--Private, Co. B., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 8, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital, Chick-- amauga, Ga. FALIHEE, PATRICK H.--Private, Co. H., Ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 16, 1898, at Second Division Hos-- pital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. FARLEY, PETER--Private, Co. G., Sixty--ninth Infantry Killed in Railroad accident, August 28, 1898, at New Castle, Ala. FEIT, JR., ADAM--Private, Co. H., Eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 14, 1898, at New York City FISH, ALBERT HAMILTON--Private, Co. E. Twelfth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 9, 1898, at Division Hospital, Camp Hamilton, Lexington, Ky. FITZGERALD, Thomas H.--Private, Co. C., Seventy--first Infantry. died of disease, September 13, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. FITZGIBBON, JOHN J.--Private, Co. L., Seventy--first Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 10, 1898, on board hospital ship "Missouri," at sea. FITZGIBBONS, WILLIAM J.--Artificer, Co. H., Twelfth infan-- try. died of typhoid fever, July 19, 1898, at Third Division, First Army Corps Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga.; buried in National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tenn. FLYNN, MAURICE J.--Private, Co. C., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 2, 1898, at Fernandina, Fla. FORSYTH, STANLEY H.--Private, Co. E., Seventy--first Infantry died of fever, October 12, 1898, at Watertown, N.Y. FRANK, JACOB--Sergeant, Co. B., Ninth Infantry. Killed by accident, August 23, 1898, at Chattanooga, Tenn. FREIDMANN, PAUL W.--Private, Co. E., Seventy--first Infantry died of fever, September 4, 1898, on hospital ship "Missouri," at sea. FRICKE, JR., CONRAD--Private, Co. M., Fourteenth, Infantry died of typhoid fever, October 13, 1898, at Brooklyn, N.Y. FROGER, HENRY--Private, Co. B., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of disease, September 23, 1898 at Good Samari-- tan Hospital, Lebanon Pa. GALLAGHER, CHARLES A.--Corporal, Co. G., Sixty--ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 17, 1898, at Fourth Army Corps Reserve Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. GEBHARD, EDWARD--First Sergeant, Co. K., Ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 22, 1898, at New YOrk Hospital, New York City GEOGHEGAN, JOHN H.--Private, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry died of malarial fever, September 8, 1898, at Glen Cove, N.Y. GIESEMANN, ARNOLD--Private, Co. K., Seventy--first Infan-- try. died of fever, August 13, 1898, at Santingo, Cuba GLENNEN, FRANK P.--Sergeant, Co. G., Sixty--ninth Infantry Killed in Railroad accident, August 28, 1898, near New Castle, Ala. GLOVER, JOSEPH--Musician, Co. L., Eighth Infantry. died of disease, September 8, 1898, at Mount Vernon, N.Y. GLYNN, PATRICK--Private, Co. C., Two Hundred and First Infantry, died of pneumonia, November 20, 1898, at Second Division Hospital, Greenville, S.C. GOFF, EUGENE W.--Sergeant, Co. I., Seventy--first Infantry died of pernicious remittent malarial fever, September 3, 1898 at Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. GOMBERT, CHARLES--Private, Co. K., Seventy--first Infantry died of fever, August 16, 1898, at Santiago, Cuba GOODRICH, William--Quartermaster--sergeant, Co. C., First Infantry, died of typhoid fever, October 30, 1898, at Post Hos-- pital, Camp McKinley, Honolulu, H.I. GORMAN, PETER J.--Private, Co. D., Forty--seventh Infantry Committed Suicide, August 29, 1898, at Fort Adams, R.I. GRAHN, GUS.--private, Co. L., Seventry--first Infantry. died of disease, July 29, 1898, at Regimental Hospital, near Santiago Cuba GRIFFIN, SIMON P.--Private, Co. F., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. died of Chronic diffusion of nephritis, March 25, 1899, at Savannah, Ga. GROSSMAN, GUSTAVE H.--Private, Co. M., Eighth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 30, 1898, at German Hospital, New York City GUTMANN, LOUIS--Private, Co. K., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 24, 1898, at Red Cross Hospital, Camp Meade, Middletown, Pa. HACK, FRED V.--Private, Co. H., Sixty--fifth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 18, 1898, at Second Army Corps Hospital, Camp Alger, Dunn Loring, Va. HAGAN, STANISLAUS--Private, Co. D., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of Accidental wounds, January 7, 1899, at Huntsville, Ala. HALL, EMIL--Private, Co. G., Fourteenth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 14, 1898, at Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. HALLER, JOHN H.--Private, Co. K., Seventy--first Infantry died of fever, August 24, 1898, at Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. HANLON, JAMES J.--Private, Co. E., Seventy--first Infantry died of fever, September 29, 1898, at New York City HAYES, WILLIAM--Private, Co. E., Fourteenth Infantry. died of disease, September 16, 1898, at Division Hospital, Anniston, Ala. HAYNER, HORATIO H.--Corporal, Co. A., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 20, 1898, at Troy, N.Y. HEATH, LEWIS C.--Private, Co. G., Seventy--first Infantry. died of perniclious malarial fever, August 8, 1898, at Santiago, Cuba HEFNER, STEPHEN V.--Private, Co. K., Sixty--fifth Infantry died of typhoid--pneumonia, October 2, 1898, at Buffalo, N.Y. HEIMANN, JOSEPH--Private, Co. M., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. Committed suicide, Oct 7, 1898, at New York City HEITMAN, FRANK E.--Private, Co. G., Twelfth Infantry. died of disease, September 18, 1898, at New York City HENNESSY, MICHAEL J.--Private, Co. I., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, July 14, 1898, at Division Hospital, Tampa, Fla. HENSHAW, OLIVER B.--private Troop C. died from injuries sustained by kick of a horse, July 4, 1898, at Division Hospital, Camp Alger, Dunn Loring, Va. HEYDEN, ERIC--Wagoner, Co. G., Fourteenth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 15, 1898, at First Division, Third Army Corps Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. HILDRETH, PHILLIP R.M.--Private, Troop A. Accidentally shot and killed, October 27, 1898, at New York City HODGSON, HERBERT--Private, Co. I., Sixty--fifth Infantry Killed by accident, June 12, 1898, ner Jackson City, Va. HOFER, OTTO--Corporal, Co. C., Ninth Infantry. Killed by lightning, August 19, 1898, at Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. HOFFMAN, JACOB--Private, Co. E., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, November 15, 1898, at Long Island City, N.Y. HOGAN, JOHN P.--Private, Co. E., Seventy--first Infantry. died of malarial fever, September 16, 1898, at New York City HOLDEN, BENJAMIN--Private, Co. E., Two Hundred and third Infantry. died of Malarial fever, August 29, 1898, at Camp Black, Hempstead Plains, N.Y. HOLDEN, JAMES A.--private, Co. L., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 13, 1898, at Troy, N.Y. HOLLAND, CHARLES D.--Private, Co. M., Seventry--first Infan-- try. Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba HOLMES, MICHAEL J.--Private, Co. G., Two Hundred and First Infantry. Drowned, October 14, 1898, at Camp Meade, Middle-- town, Pa. HONE, PHILIP--Corporal, Co. H., Twelfth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 15, 1898, at Roosevelt Hospital, New York City HOPKINS, JAMES--Private, Co. I., Sixty--ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, November 13, 1898, at Second Division Hospi-- tal, Huntville, Ala. HOTCHKISS, ARTHUR--Private, Co. K., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 25, 1898, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Reading, Pa. HOWARD, JOSEPH--Private, Co. F., Seventy--first Infantry died of typhoid Malaria, September 21, 1898, at New York City HOWITT, JOHN--Corporal, Co. C., Seventy--first Infantry died of disease, August 25, 1928, at hospital, Santiago, Cuba HUBACHER, HERMAN--Private, Co. M., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 20, 1898, at St. Francis Hospital, New York City HUBSCHMITT, PHILIP S.--Private, Co. I., Seventy--first Infan-- try. died of gastric entretis, May 27, 1898, at Lakeland, Fla. HULL, WILLIAM J.--Wagoner, Co. D., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of intermittent fever, September 11, 1898, at Camp Meade, Middletown, Pa. HURLEY, JOHN E.--Private, Co. D., Sixty--fifth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 18, 1898, AT fIRST Division Hospital Camp Alger, Dunn LOring, Va. INMEN, GEORGE L.--Corporal, Co. C., Seventy--first Infantry Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba IWANOWIUS, RICHARD--Private, Co. D., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of peritonitis, October 7, 1898, at Harris-- burg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. JESSUP, FREDERICK W.--Private, Co. D., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 27, 1898, at Troy, N.Y. JOHNSON, ANDREW--Private, Co. G., Twelfth Infantry. died of disease, October 9, 1898, at Division Hospital, Camp Hamil-- ton, Lexington, Ky. JONES, WINFIELD S.H.--Private, Co. A., Eighth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 12, 1898, at Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. JORDAN, ELMER J.--Private, Co. L., Second INfantry. died of typhoid fever, August 17, 1898, at Fort McPherson, Ga. JORGENSEN, Christopher--Private, Co. L, Seventy--first Infantry. Killed by accident, August 24, 1898, while en--route from Camp Black to Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. JOYCE, BARRINGTON--Private, Co. I., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 11, 1898, at First Division Hospi-- tal, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. KALLMEIER, EMIL--Corporal, Co. A., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 6, 1898, at Field Hospital, Bristow, Va. KANE, FRANK A.--Private, Co. I., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. died of injuries received on railroad, October 7, 1898, near Marysville, Pa. KANE, MAURICE B.--Private, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry. Killed by accident, August 24, 1898, at Westbury, L.I. KAZNOWSKI, FRANK--Corporal, Co. I., Sixty--fifth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 2, 1898, at Buffalo, N.Y. KEELER, WILLIAM H.--Private, Co. A., Twenty--second Infan-- try. Drowned, August 10, 1898, at Fort Schuyler, New York Harbor. KEIFER, JOSEPH F.--Private, Co. I., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 4, 1898, at New York City KELLY, JAMES J.--Private, Co. C., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. died of accidental pistoil shot wound, December 1, 1898, at Athens, Ga. KELLY, JAMES PAUL, Cook, Co. I., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of disease, September 24, 1898, at Lebanon Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. KELLY, MICHAEL J.--Quartermaster--sergeant, Co. C., Eighth Infantry. died of disease, July 1, 1898, at Camp, at Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. KELSEY, G.C.--Bayman, Second Separate Naval Division died of disease, October 9, 1898, at Naval Hospital, Va. KENNEDY, RANK J.--Private, Co. K., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 27, 1898, at Medico Chi. Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. KENNEDTY, John--Private, Co. M., Sixty--ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 18, 1898, at Fourth Army Corps Reserve Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. KENNEDY, William S.--Private, Co. A., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 28, 1898, at Troy, N.Y. KIRK, CHARLES T.--Musician, Co. B., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 15, 1898, at Sternberg Hos-- pital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. KOCH, Gustav--Private, Co. G., Ninth Infantry. died of dis-- ease, November 5, 1898, at New York City KOESTER, HERMAN--Private, Co. F., Two Hundred and Sec-- ond Infantry. died of lockjaw, September 4, 1898, at Camp Black, Hempstead Plains, N.Y. KROUPA, EDWARD C.--Private, Co. F., Seventy--first Infantry died of pernicious malarial fever, August 11, 1898, at General Hospital, Santiago, Cuba. KURTZ, JOHN J.--Private, Co. C., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 9, 1898, at United States General Hos-- pital, Fort Myer, Va. KURZ, EMILE R.--Private, Co. B., Fourteenth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 28, 1898, at Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. LANE, FRED W.--Corporal, Co. H., Two HUndred and Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 19, 1898, at Pennsyl-- vania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. LAW, CHARLES A.--Private, Co. F., Eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 17, 1898, at First Division Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. Lawrence, William H.--Private, Co. G., Ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, October 2, 1898, at New York Hospital, New York City LAYTON, GEORGE S.--Quartermaster--sergeant, Co. B., Four-- teenth INfantry. died of typhoid fever, September 29, 1898, at Seney Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. LEBECK, CHARLES C.--Private, Co. L., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 2, 1898, at Second Division Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. LEGNARD, FRANK S.--Private, Co. L., Second Infantry. died of convulsions, July 31, 1898, at Fernandina, Fla. Lehahan, William F.--Private, Co. G., Two HUndred and First Infantry. died of typhoid--malaria, October 2, 1898, at hospital, Hempstead, L.I. LENNON, THOMAS--Private, Co. A., First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, November 3, 1898, at Post Hospital, Camp McKInley, Honolulu, H.I. LE vALLEY, THOMAS C.--Seaman, First Naval Battalion died of appendicitis, JUly 1, 1898, at hospital, Key West, Fla. LICHTENBERG, AUGUST H.--Private, Co. G.., Two Hundsred and First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, December 18, 1898, at German Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. LOCKWOOD, ERNEST C.--Private, Co. F., Third Infantry. died of disease, August 21, 1898, at Second Division, Second Army Corps Hospital, Thorouyghfare Gap, Va. LOCKWOOD, THOMAS M.--Private, Co. K., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 20, 1898, at Jamestown, N.Y. LOMAS, HENRY--Private, Co. E. Forty--seventy Infantry. died of pneumonia, March 12, 1899, at LOng Island College Hospital, Brooklynb, N.Y. LYNCH, THOMAS E.--Private, Co. K., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, JUly 10, 1898, at hospital, Camp Thomas, Chicka-- mauga, Ga. MAC MILLAN, NORMAN J.G., Private, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry. died of Yellow fever, August 20, 1898, at hospital, Siboney, Cuba MACREADY, FRANK J.--Private, Co. D., Twelfth Infantry died of heart disease, May 20, 1898, at Rossville, Tenn. MAHONEY, HENRY C,--Private, Co. F., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 21, 1898, at First Division, Third Army Corps Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. MAHONEY, JEREMIAH J.--Private, Co. G., Two Hundred and' First Infantry. died of typhoid malaria, September 16, 1898, at Post Hospital, Camp Black, Hempstead Plains, N.Y. MAHONEY, WILLIAM J.--Private, Co. G., Sixty--ninth Infantry Killed by accident, January, 1899, at HUntsville, Ala. MALIA, WILLIAM M.--Private, Co. M., Two hundred and Third Infantry. died of typhoid--pneumonia, September 15, 1898, at Post Hospital, Hempstead Plains, Camp Black, N.Y. MARA, JOHN J.--Sergeant, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry. died of malarial fever and acute dysentery, September 11, 1898, at First Division Hospital, Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. MARTENS, RICHARD--Private, Co. G., Seventy--first Infantry died of malarial fever and entero colitis, August 28, 1898, at Santiago, Cuba MARTIN, JAMES C.--Private, Co. K., Fourteenth Infantry died of heart failure, August 11, 1898, at First Division, Third Army Corps Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickmauga, Ga. MARTIN, WILLIAM H., Jr.--Corporal, Co. G., Twelfth Infantry died of disease, October 13, 1898, at New York City MATTHEWS, ALEXANDER T.--Corporal, Co. E., Seventy--first Infantry. died of fever, September 2, 1898, at St. Francis Hos-- pital, New York City McAREE, ARTHUR--Private, Co. H., Sixty--ninth INfantry died of typhoid fever, July 29, 1898, on hospital train, near Newport, Ky. McARTHUR, WILLIAM H.--Private, Co. A. Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 18, 1898, at Third Brigade Hos-- pital, Fernandina, Fla. McCARTY, WEBSTER--Private, Co. A., First Infantry. dioed of typhoid fever, October 26, 1898, at Post Hospital, Camp McKInley, Honolulu, H.I. McCLURG, WILLIAM--Private, Co. K., Seventy--first Infantry died of pleuro--pneumonia, November 9, 1898, at New York City McCOY, CHARLES E.--Private, Co. I., Fourteenth Infantry died of disease, October 15, 1898, at Brooklyn, N.Y. McDERMONT, HARRY A.--Landsman, First Naval Battalion died of disease, July 19, 1898, at Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va. McDonald, Charles--Private, Co. A., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 30, 1898, at St. JOseph's Hospital, Reading, Pa. McDONALD, PATRICK--Private, Co. K., Forty--Seventry Infan-- try. died of pernicious Malaria, December 7, 1898, at hospital, Guayama, P.R. McDonough, William J.--Private, Co. M., Fourteenth Infa-- try. died of pernicious malaria, September 20, 1898, at Brook-- lyn City Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. McEVILY, THOMAS J.--Private, Co. H., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of pneumonia, March 22, 1899, at Greenville, S.C. McKEEVER, EDWARD PERCY--Private, Co. K., Seventy--first Infantry. died of Fever, August 31, 1898, at New York CIty McLeod, William J.--Private, Co. C., Sixty--fifth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 13, 1898 at Buffalo, N.Y. McNAIR, FREDERICK PARK--Corporal, Co. L., Second Infan-- try. died of typhoid fever, October 18, 1898, at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. McNAMARA, THOMAS W.--Private, Co. L., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 7, 1898, at Troy, N.Y. McNEIL, ROBERT--Private, Fifth Battery. died of typhoid fever, October 4, 1898, at New YOrk Hospital, New York City McQUADE, THOMAS F.--Private, Co. L., Twelfth Infantry died of disease, September 1, 1898, at Sterrberg Hospital, Chickamauga, Ga. MEEKS< ELMER C.--SERGEANT, CO. I., Seventy--first Infantry died of typhoid malarial fever, September 19, 1898, at New York City Merrick, Charles M.--Private, Co. M., Ninth Infantry-- died of dysentery and malarial fever, August 26, 1898, at New York City MERSEREAN, WILLIAM--Private, Co. G., Twelfth Infantry died, March 31, 1898, at Fort Columbus Hospital, New York Harbor MESSITER, ARTHUR M.--private, Co. E. Seventy--first Infantry-- died of fever, September 2, 1898, at Boston, Mass. Metz, EDward W.--Private, Co. M., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 4, 1898, at Second Division Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. MILLS, GEORGE H.--Private, Co. H., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 10, 1898, at United States General Hospi-- tal, Fort Myer, Va. MOORE< FRANK--Corporal, Co. L., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 4, 1898, at Second Division Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. MOORE, HUDSON B.--Private, Co. L., First Infantry. died of typhoidfever, December 23, 1898, at hospital, Honolulu, H.I> MOORE, WAAREN J.--Private, Co. K., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 29, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. MOORE, WILLIAM W.--Corporal, Co. K., Third Infantry. Died of typhoid fever, September 23, 1898, at Red Cross Hospital, Camp Meade< Middletown Pa. MORRIS, JAMES A.--Private, Co. L., Twelfth INfantry. died of disease, September 19, 1898, at Division Hospital, Camp Hamilton, Lextington, Ky. MORRISON, CHARLES H.--Private, Co. D., Second INfantry died of typhoid fever, August 10, 1898, at Fort McPherson Hospital, Fernandina, Fla. MULCAHEY, TIMOTHY--Private, CO. F., Third INfantry. died of disease, October 3, 1898, at Middleport, N.Y> MULHEARN, MATHEW--Private, Co. I., Sixty--ninth INfantry died of typhoid fever, November 21, 1898, at Second District Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. MULLARKEY, JOHN J.--Private, Co. M., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 24, 1898, at University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. MURRAY, HENRY--Private, Co. H.., Sixty--ninth Infantry. died of disease, January 12, 1899, at Second District Hospital, HUntsville, Ala. MYERS, JOHN A.--Private, Co. L., Two hundred and First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 13, 1898, at Camp Black, Hemstead Plains, N.Y. NAGLE, JAMES E.--Private, Co. G., Seventry--first Infantry died of intermittent fever and bronchitis, October 15, 1898, at New York City NAUHEIMER, JOHN--Priuvate, Co. A., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 29, 1898, at Camp Thomas, Chicka-- mauga, Ga. NELLE, ROBERT E.--Private, Co. F., Ninth Infantry. died of disease, October 17, 1898, at Lebanon Hospital, New York City NELLIS, Delbert E.--Private, Co. C., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 17, 1898, at House of Good Shephard, Syracuse, N.Y. Nellis, Webster W.--Private, Co. H., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 231, 1898, at Amsterdam, N.Y. NELSON, CHARLES--Private, Co. G., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 27, 1898, at Sternberg Hospi-- tal, Chickamauga, Ga. NEWMAN, GEORGE W.--Corporal, Co. K., Third Infantry died of disease, September 5, 1898, at St. James' Mercy Hospi-- tal, Hornellsville, N.Y. NICHOLS, FREDERICK P.--Private, Co. C., Second Infantry-- KILLED by lightning, JUne 24, 1898, at Tampa, Fla. NORMANLEY, MARTIN--Corporal, Co. L., Two Hundred and First Infantry. Killed by accident, October 2, 1898, at Middle-- town, Pa. NYGREN, HENRY--Private, Co. B., twelfth Infantry. Killed by provest guard, October 10, 1898, at Lexington, Ky. O'BRIEN, JOHN J.--Corporal, Co. K., Sixty--ninth Infantry died of disease, September 26, 1898, at Fourth Army Corps Reserve Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. O'BRIEN, JOSEPH W.--private, Co. K., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of disease, September 19, 1898, t Post Hospital, Camp Black, Hempstead Plains, N.Y. O'BRIEN, MICHAEL J.--private, Co. C., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 19, 1898, at Third Division Hospital, Fernandina, Fla. O'BRIEN, MORTIMER--Private, Co. E., Eighth INfantry. died of typhoid fever, August 24, 1898, at hospital, Chickamauga Park, Ga. O'BRIEN, THOMAS J.--Private, Co. F., Seventy--first Infantry died of typhoid malaria, september 4, 1898, at St. John 's Hos-- pital, Borough of Queens, New York City O'CONNOR, JOHN E.--Private, Co. K., Seventy--first Infantry-- died of fever, August 11, 1898, at Santiago, Cuba OELZ, Charles--Private, Co. F., Sixty Infantry. died of peritonitis, September 8, 1898, at German Deaconess Hos-- pital, Buffalo, N.Y. O'FARRELL, ROBERT O.--Musician, Co. A., Sixty--ninth Infan-- try. died of disease, August, August 21, 1898, at Fort McPherson, Alanta, Ga. OLENA, EDGAR J.--Private, Co. D., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, september 4, 1898, at Troy, N.Y. O'MALLEY, EDWARD--Private, Co. B., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, at city Hospital, Geneva, N.Y. O'SHAUGHNESSY, FRANCIS J.--Private, Co. C., Ninth Infan-- try. died of typhoid fever, September 21, 1898, at New York City OSTRANDER, WILLIAM R.--Private, Co. D., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of angina pectoris, October 3, 1898, at Camp Meade, Middletown Pa. PARKER, ROBERTSON A.--Private, Co. L., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 5, 1898, at Third Division Hospital, Fernandina, Fla. PARKS, FRANK L., JR.--Corporal, Co. K., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, October, October 13, 1898, at South Glens Falls, N.Y. PATTERSON, HARRY D.--Private, Co. G., Eighth Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 21, 1898, at Camp Thomas, Chick-- amauga, Ga. PEET, GEORGE L.--Artificer, Co. G., First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, January 9, 1899, at Post Hospital, Fort Logan, Col. PFISTER, EDWARD--Private, Co. E., Seventy--first Infantry died of fever, August 28, 1898, at Detention Hospital, Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. PIERCE, ALLEN M.--Private, Co. B., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 27, 1898, at United States General Hos-- pital, Fort Myer, Va. PIERSON, WILLIAM D.--First sergeant, Co. M., Seventy--first Infantry. died of malarial fever, August 23, 1898, at Deten-- tion Hospital, Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. PLATTS, WILLIAM G.--Private, Co. C., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 5, 1898, at Division Hospital Anniston, Ala. PLUMPTON, JOHN H.--Corporal, Co. C., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 20, 1898, at Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. PORTER, cLARENCE h.--private, Co. H., First Infantry. died of disease, October 2, 1898, at Post Hospital, Honolulu, H.I. POWERS, ANER E.--Private, Co. M., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 21, 1898, at hospital, Fort McPherson, Ga. PREGER, WILLIAM--Private, Co. A., Seventy--first Infantry Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba PURACKER, GEORGE--Private, Co. F., Sixty--fifth Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 25, 1898, at First Division Hos-- pital, Camp Alger, Dunn Loring, Va. PUTNAM, FRANK A.--Private, Co. M., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 31, 1898, at Third Division Hospital, Fernandina, Fla. PYNE, WILLIAM--Private, Co. B., Sixty--ninth Infantry., died of typhoid fever, October 27 1898, at Fourth Army Corps Reserve Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. QUARTY, FRED--Private, Co. L., Fourteenth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 14, 1898, at German Hospital, New York City QUEVEDO, Richard--Private, Co. I., Seventy--first Infantry died of typhoid malaria fever, September 3, 1898, at New York City QUILTY, JOHN J.--Private, Co. C., Seventy--first Infantry died of disease, August 26, 1898, at General Hospital, Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. QUINN, JOSEPH--Private, Co. C., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, october 21, 1898, at Charity Hospital, Morristown, Pa. QUINN, THOMAS F.--Private, Co. C., Two Hundred and Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, November 5, 1898, at Lan-- caster, Pa. RAIHL, Nicholas R.--Private, Co. A., Sixty--fifth Infantry died of typhoid fever, October 5, 1898, at Buffalo, N.Y. READ, JAMES H., JR.--Private, Co. E., First Infantry. died of double pneumonia, August 9, 1898, at Post Hospital, Presidio, Cal. REARDON, GEORGE--Private--private, Co. E., Ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 2, 1898, at Chickamauga Park, Ga. REED, OSCAR--Artificer, Co. G., Fourteenth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 24, 1898, at Division Hospital, Annis- ton, Ala. REILLY, JOHN-Private, Co. M., Sixty-ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, Septemer 12, 1898, at Fourth ArmyCorps Reserve Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. REMERS, HENRY-Private, Co. K., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, July 22, 1898, at Second Division, Third Army Corps, Hospital, Camp Thomas, hickamauga, Ga. REYNOLDS, DANIEL K.-Private, Co. D., Seventy-first Infan- try. died of dysentery, August 30. 1898, on board Transport "Roumania," at sea REYNOLDS, THEODORE J.-Private, Co. I., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 21, 1898, at Philadelphia, Pa. RICE, WALTER C.-private, Co. I., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 27, 1898, at Arnot- Ogden Memorial Hospital, Elmira, N.Y. RIKEL, WILLIAM H.-Corporal, Co. K., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 30, 1898, at Sternberg Hos- pital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. ROACH, RICHARD E.-Private, Co. K., Twenty-second Infantry drowned, August 4, 1898, at Fort Schuyler, New YOrk Harbor SEARLES, JOHN B.-Private, Co. F., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of disease, February 5, 1899, at Second Division Hospital, Greenville, S.C. SHANNON, JAMES P.-Private, Co. K., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 3, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. SHARROTT, EUGENE L.-First sergeant, Co. G., Seventy-first Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 13, 1898, at Santiago, Cuba SHAW, JOHN A.-Private, Co. F., Seventy-first Infantry. died of malarial fever, August 11, 1898, at General Hospital, San- tiago, Cuba SIMPSON, GEORGE McC.-private, Co. B., Ninth Infantry died of intermittent fever, August 23, 1898, at Second Division Hospital, Chickamauga Park, Ga. SKINNER, LOUIS B.-Private, Co. B., Seventy-first Infantry Killed in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba SMALL, LOUIS B.-Corporal, Co. B., Seventy-first Infantry died of disease, September 3, 1898, at New York City SMITH, STANLEY A.-Corporal, Co. K., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 22, 1898, at Division Hospi- tal, Anniston, Ala. SPINGLER, RAY P.-Corporal, Co. B., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 20, 1898, at Weedsport, N.Y. SPRINGSTEEN, JOHN V.-Private, Co. G., First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, December 4, 1898, at Post Hospital, Honolulu, H.I. STANTON, MARK F.-Private, Co. A., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of typhoid-malaria, September 2, 1898, at Post Hospital, Camp Black, Hempstead Plains, N.Y. STEVENS, JOHN-Musician, Co. K., Third INfantry. died of typhoid fever, October 1, 1898, at St. James Mercy Hospital Hornellsville, N.Y. STEVENSON, JOHN G.-Quartermaster-sergeant, Co. C., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 1, 1898, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. STILLSON, Reuben E.-Corporal, C o. M., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 20, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Fort Myer, Va. STOFFERS, GEORGE H.-Corporal, Co. B., Ninth Infantry died of heart disease, October 9, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital Chickamauga Park, Ga. STOFFLET, CHARLES A.-Private, Co. M., Ninth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 17, 1898, at Stroudsburgh, Pa. STORM, HOWARD J.-Quartermaster-sergeant, Co. D., Eighth Infantry. died of Acute urina, August 13, 1898, at Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. STRAUSS, WILLIAM, JR.-Corporal, Co. G., Twelfth Infantry died of disease, August 6, 1898, at hospital, Fort McPherson, Ga. STRICKER, WILLIAM F.-Private, Co. E., Third Infantry died of typhoid fever, August 25, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Fort Myer, Va. STUART, FRANCIS J.-Sergeant, Co. M., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 10, 1898, at New York Hospital, New York City STUCHEY, ARTHUR-Private, Co. E., Forty-seventh Infantry died of typhoid fever, November 19, 188, at United States hos- pital, Ponce, P.R. SWEENEY, WILLIAM-Wagoner, Co. C., Sixty-ninth Infantry died of malarial fever, september 5, 1898, at New York City TALCOTT, WILLIAM A., JR.-Corporal, Co. M., Seventy-first Infantry. died of malarial fever and acute peritonitis, Septem- ber 1, 1898, at Watch Hill, R.I. TAYLOR, CARLTON W.-Private, Co. A., First of disease, February 17, 1899, at Presidio, Cal. TAYLOR, LOUS O.-Private, Co. L., Sixty-fifth Infantry of cerebral Meningitis, June 6, 1898, at United States General Hospital, Fort Myer, Va. TEASDALE, FRED C.-Private, Co. K., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 15, 1898, at University of Pennsyl- vania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. THAYER, CHARLES L.-Private, Co. D., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, July 19, 1898, at Hospital, Fort McPherson, Ga. THOMA, FREADOLEON-Private, Co. D., Third Infantry. died of disease, September 1, 1898, at Syracuse, N.Y. THOMPSON, CHARLES H.-Private, Co. H., First Infantry died of disease, October 15, 1898, at Post Hospital, Honolulu, H.I. THOMPSON, SIDNEY-Private, Co. B., Two Hundred and Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 7, 1898, at Post Hospital, Camp Black, Hempstead Plains, N.Y. THORP, EDWARD Y.-Private, Co. B., Seventy-first Infantry died of disease, September 4, 1898, at St. Luke's Hospital, New York City TICE, STEPHENS-Private, Co. A., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 30, 1898, at Second Division Hospital, Camp Meade, Pa. TOMLINSON, WILLIAM H.-Private, Co. L., Third Infantry Committed suicide, November 23, 1898, at Elmira, N.Y. TOOMBS, CHARLES F.-Musician, Co. F., Two Hundred and First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 6, 1898, at Brooklyn, N.Y. TOWNE, OSCAR H.G.-Hospital steward, Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 10, 1898, at Tonawanda, N.Y. TRACY, JAMES-Corporal, Co. A., Sixty-ninth Infantry. died of disease, September 10, 1898, at Fourth Army Corps Reserve Hospital, Huntsville, Ala. TURNELL, Henning D.-Private, Co. E., Sixty-fifth Infantry died of fever, September 24, 1898, at Women's Christian Asso- ciation Hospital, Jamestown, N.Y. VALENTINE, WILLIAM S.-Private, Co. C., Seventy-first Infan- try. wounded in action, July 1, 1898, at San Juan Hill, Cuba Committed suicide, while temporarily deranged, August 11, 1898, at Sing Sing, N.Y. VAN GAASBECK, WALTER E.-Sergeant, Co. M., First Infan- try. died of disease, December, December 20, 1898, at Hospital, Hilo, H.I. VAN KEUREN, GEORGE-Private, Co. M., First Infantry died of disease, November 4, 1898, at Post Hospital, Hilo, H.I. VERNON, HARRY BOYD-Private, Co. M., Ninth Infantry Killed by accident, October 17, 1898, at New York City VON ETTE, Arthur-Musician, Co. K., Seventy-first Infantry died of fever, September 5, 1898, On Board transport "Missouri," at sea VON HILLEBRANDT, OSCAR-Corporal, Co. B., Eighth Infan- try. died of typhoid fever, August 30, 1898, at First Division Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. WALSH, WILLIAM J.-Private, Co. D., Seventy-first Infantry died of malaria, September 19, 1898, at New York City WALTON, SAMUEL J.-Private, Co. C., Seventy-first Infantry died of disease, August 20, 1898, at General Hospital, Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. WANDS, ROBERT-Private, Co. C., First, Co. C., First Infantry. died of disease, November 14, 1898, at hospital, Presidio, Cal. WARDELL, FRED-Private, Co. K., First Infantry. Committed suicide, November 30, 1898, at Honolulu, H.I. WARNER, NATHANIEL H-Private, Co. C., Sixty-fifth Infan- try. died of typhoid fever, August 30, 1898, at Buffalo, N.Y. WATSON, JOHN W.-Corporal, Co. M., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 5, 1898, at New York City WEISMANTEL, JOSEPH-PRIVATE, Co. C., Fourteenth Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 27, 1898, at Division Hospital, Anniston, Ala. WELLER, Alfred C.-Private, Co. I., First Infantry. died of disease, November 26, 1898, at Post Hospital, Honolulu, H.I. WELLS, Grandville I.-Private, Co. M., First Infantry. died of disease, December 1, 1898, at Post Hospital, Honolulu, H.I. WENDLAND, Emil-Private, Co. D. Seventry-first Infantry died of typhoid fever, September 21, 1898, at New York City WEST, Tracy E.-private, Co. L., Second INfantry. died of typhoid fever, August 7, 1898, at Third Division, Fer- nandina, Fla. Westbrook, George L.-Private, Co. I., Third Infantry died of cerebral congestion, August 19, 1898, at Second divi- sion Hospital, Camp Meade, Middletown, Pa. WHEELER, OSCAR R.-Corporal, Co. E., First Infantry died of typhoid fever, Novemeber 6, 1898, at Post Hospital, Honolulu, H.I. WHITE, GEORGE-private, Co. M., Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 25, 1898, at Saranac Lake, N.Y. WHITE, HUBBARD W.-Private, Co. A., Seventy-first Infantry died of yellow fever, September 1, 1898, at United States Gen- eral Hospital, Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y. WILLIAMS, EDGAR K.-Private, Co. E., Seventy-first INfantry died of fever, August 23, 1898, at Division Hospital, Montauk Point, N.Y. WILLIAMS, JAMES T.-Private, Co. L., Seventy-first Infantry died of disease, July 28, 1898, at Santiago, Cuba WILLIAMS, STEPHEN D.-Private, Co. I., Two Hundred and Second INfantry. died of malarial fever, October 11, 1898, at Pottstown Hospital, Pottstown, Pa. WILSON, WARREN P.-Private, Co. K., Second Infantry. died of typhoid fever, August 30, 1898, at hospital, Fort McPherson, Ga. WIND, HENRY J.-Private, Co. I., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 5, 1898, at St. Mary's Hospital, Phila- delphia, Pa. WITZ, ANTON-Private, Co. I., Fourteenth Infantry. died of disease, no date, at Sternberg Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. WOLD, FREDERICK-Private, Co. E. Ninth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 1m 1898, at Sternberg Hospital, Chicka- mauga, Ga. WOODBECK, BURTON-Private, Co. G., First Infantry. died of typhoid fever, November 11, 1898, at Post Hospital, Hono- lulu, H.I. WOODCOCK, Samuel C.-Corporal, Co. A., Second Infantry died of typhoid fever, October 4, 1898, at Troy, N.Y. WRAY, WILLIAM A.-Private, Co. K., Sixty-ninth Infantry died of disease, July 26, 1898, at Fort Thomas, Ky. WYLIE, John L.-Sergeant, Co. D., Second INfantry. died of typhoid fever, August 25, 1898, at Sisters' Hospital, Fernandius, Fla. WYNN, Thomas J.-Private, Co. F., Seventy-first Infantry died of disease, September 2, 1898, at New York City YORK, VOLNEY-Corporal, Co. B., Third Infantry. died of typhoid fever, October 12, 1898, at City Hospital, Geneva, N.Y. YOUNG, CHARLES-Private, Co. K., Eighth Infantry. died of typhoid fever, September 26, 1898, at Sternberg Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga. Young, Thomas-Private, Co. C., Sixty-ninth Infantry. died of typhoid, September 25, 1898, at Fourth Army Corps reserve Hospital, Huntville, Ala. Young, William D.S.-Sergeant, Co. E., Seventy-first Infantry. died of fever, July 29, 1898, 1898, at Santiago, Cuba ZIEGNER, HERMAN-First sergeant, Co. E. Seventy-first Infantry. died of fever, September 9, 1898, at St. John's Hos- pital, Brooklyn, N.Y. ZOLLER, FRANK H.-Private, Co. H., Seventy-first Infantry died of intermittent fever and diarrhoea, September 22, 1898 at New York City.