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Rough Riders- FIELD, STAFF, AND BAND

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FIELD, STAFF, AND BAND

  • Theodore Roosevelt Colonel New York, N. Y.
  • Alexander O. Brodie Lieut. Colonel Prescott, Ariz.
  • Henry B. Hersey Major Santa Fé, N. M.
  • George M. Dunn Major Denver, Col.
  • Micah J. Jenkins Major Youngs Is., S. C.
  • Henry A. Brown Chaplain Prescott, Ariz.
  • Maxwell Keyes 1st Lt. & Adjt. San Antonio, Tex.
  • Sherrard Coleman 1st Lt. & Q. M. Santa Fé, N. M.
  • Ernest Secker Sergt. Major Los Angeles, Cal.
  • Matthew Douthett Q. M. Sergeant Denver, Col.
  • Clay Platt Cf. Trumpeter San Antonio, Tex.
  • Joseph F. Kansky Sad. Sergeant Tacoma, Wash.
  • Leonard Wood Colonel Cape Cod, Mass.
  • Promoted, July 9, 1898, to Brig.-Gen. of U. S. Vols.

  • Thomas W. Hall 1st Lieut. & Adjt.
  • Tendered his resignation as 1st Lieut. and Adjt., which took effect Aug. 1, 1898, in compliance with S. O. No. 175, O. G. O., dated July 29, 1898.

  • Jacob Schwaizer 1st Lt. & Q. M. El Reno, O. T.
  • Resigned his commission as 1st Lieut., Aug. 4, 1898. Resignation took effect Sept. 7, 1898.

  • Joseph A. Carr Sergt. Major Washington, D. C.
  • Discharged at San Antonio, Texas, by way of favor to enable him to accept a commission as 1st Lieut. in the Regiment, May 19, 1898.

  • Christian Madsen R. Q. M. Sergt. El Reno, O. T.
  • Discharged on Surgeon's certificate of disability at Camp Wikoff, L. I., Aug. 26, 1898.

  • Alfred E. Lewis R. Q. M. Sergt.
  • Deserted from Camp at San Antonio, Tex., on or about May 5, 1898.

  • Ernest Haskell Cadet West Point.
  • Acted with regiment as second lieutenant. Dangerously wounded by Mauser bullet, July 1st.

THE HOSPITAL CORPS.

  • Henry La Motte Major Williamsburg, Mass.
  • James A. Massie 1st Lieutenant Santa Fé, N. M.
  • James R. Church 1st Lieutenant Washington, D. C.
  • Acted as Regimental Surgeon during most of the campaign.

  • James B. Brady Steward Santa Fé, N. M.
  • Herbert J. Rankin Steward Las Vegas, N. M.
  • Charles A. Wilson Steward Colorado Springs, Col.
  • John R. Rawdin Private.