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Rough Riders- TROOP K

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TROOP K

  • Woodbury Kane Captain 319 Fifth Ave., New York City.
  • Joseph A. Carr 1st Lieutenant 2127 R. St., Washington, D. C.
  • Horace K. Devereux 2d Lieutenant Colorado Springs, Col.
  • Wounded at San Juan, July 1, 1898; forearm and arm; Mauser rifle.
  • Frederik K. Lie 1st Sergeant Orgun P. O., N. M.
  • Thaddeus Higgins Sergeant 210 W. 104th St., New York City.
  • Reginald Ronalds Sergeant Knickerbocker Club, N. Y. City.
  • Samuel G. Devore Sergeant Wheeling, W. Va.
  • Wounded at El Poso, July 1st; left forearm; shrapnel.
  • Philip K. Sweet Sergeant 226 W. 121st St., New York City.
  • William J. Breen Sergeant 510 E. 144th St., New York City.
  • Craig W. Wadsworth Sergeant Geneseo, N. Y.
  • Henry W. Buel Sergeant 319 Fifth Ave., New York City.
  • James B. Tailor Corporal Ardsley on Hudson, N. Y.
  • Joseph S. Stevens Corporal Narragansett Ave., Newport, R. I.
  • Maxwell Norman Corporal Newport, R. I.
  • Edwin Coakley Corporal Prescott, Ariz.
  • George Kerr, Jr. Corporal East Downington, Pa.
  • Henry S. Van Schaick Corporal 100 Broadway, New York City.
  • Frederick Herrig Corporal Pleasant Valley, Kalispel, Flat Head Co., Mont.
  • Oscar Land Trumpeter 720 S. 8th St., Denver, Col.
  • George W. Knoblauch Trumpeter 205 W. 57th St., New York City.
  • Benjamin A. Long Saddler New York City.
  • Wounded at El Poso, July 1st; left thigh.
  • Thomas G. Bradley Farrier Potomac, Montgomery Co., Md.
  • George T. Crucius Blacksmith 50 Amanda St., Montgomery, Ala.
  • Lee Burdwell Wagoner Langtry, Tex.

TROOPERS

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  • Armstrong, James T.
  • Adams, John H., Selma, Ala.
  • Wounded, July 1st.
  • Bell, Sherman, Colorado Springs, Col.
  • Bernard, William C., Las Vegas, N. M.
  • Batchelder, Wallace N., Chester, Pa.
  • Bump, Arthur L., New London, O.
  • Slightly wounded, July 1st.
  • Cameron, Charles H., McDonald, Pa.
  • Campbell, Douglass.
  • Cash, Walter S., Colorado Springs, Col.
  • Wounded, July 1st; arm, slight; Mauser rifle.
  • Cooke, Henry B.
  • Carroll, John F., Hillsboro, Tex.
  • Cartmell, Nathaniel M., Lexington, Va.
  • Clagett, Jesse C., Moters Station, Frederick Co., Md.
  • Corbe, Max C., El Paso, Tex.
  • Coville, Allen M., Topeka, Kan.
  • Crowninshield, Francis B., Marblehead, Mass.
  • Channing, Roscoe A., 34 Park Place, New York City.
  • Daniels, Benjamin F., Colorado Springs, Col.
  • Davis, John, care W. S. Dickinson, Tarpon Springs, Fla.
  • Easton, Stephen, Santa Fé, N. M.
  • Eberman, Edwin.
  • Emerson, Edwin, Collier's Weekly, New York City.
  • Flemming, Clarence A.
  • Fletcher, Henry, Green Point, Cumberland Co., Pa.
  • Folk, Theodore, Oklahoma City, O. T.
  • Freeman, Elisha L., Burden, Kan.
  • Holden, Prince A., Grayson Co., Tex.
  • Hulme, Robert A., El Reno, O. T.
  • James, William F., San Antonio, Tex.
  • Jordan, Andrew M., Rossa, Tex.
  • Kania, Frank, Jamestown, N. D.
  • Langdon, Jesse D., Fargo, N. D.
  • Marshall, Creighton, 1807 G St., N. W., Washington, D. C.
  • Maverick, Lewis, San Antonio, Tex.
  • McGinty, William, Stillwater, O. T.
  • McKoy, William J., Oshkosh, Wis.
  • Mitchell, Mason, Lambs' Club, New York City.
  • Wounded at El Poso, July 1st; left arm, slight; shrapnel.
  • Mitchell, William H., Salem, Mass.
  • Montgomery, Lawrence N., Hempstead, Tex.
  • Nicholson, Charles P., 1617 John St., Baltimore, Md.
  • Norris, Edmund S., Guthrie, O. T.
  • Poey, Alfred.
  • Pollak, Albin J.
  • Quaid, William, Newberg, N. Y.
  • Robinson, Kenneth D., 55 Liberty St., New York City.
  • Wounded on July 1st; right side, severe; Mauser rifle.
  • Reed, Colton, San Antonio, Tex.
  • Smith, Frederick, Guthrie, O. T.
  • Smith, George L., Frankfort, Mich.
  • Smith, Joseph S., 1322 Brown St., Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Smith, Clarke T., 2008 Wallace St., Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Stockton, Richard, 218 W. Jersey St., Elizabeth, N. J.
  • Stephens, Oregon, Purdy, I. T.
  • Thorp, Henry, Southampton, L. I.
  • Test, Clarence L., Austin, Tex.
  • Transferred from 3d Penn. Inf. and reported for duty with troop at Montauk Point, Aug. 25th.
  • Toy, J. Frederick, 602 S. 42d St., Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Transferred from 3d Penn. Inf. and reported for duty with troops at Montauk Point, Aug. 25th.
  • Tudor, William, 37 Brimer St., Boston, Mass.
  • Venable, Warner M., Stephenville, Tex.
  • Wiberg, Axel E.
  • Weitzel, John F., care Windsor Hotel, Newkirk, O. T.
  • Wilson, Frank M, Guthrie, O. T.
  • Woodward, John A., Taylor, Tex.
  • Wright, Grant, Cold Springs, N. Y.
  • Young, James E., 628 W. 37th St., Los Angeles, Cal.

DISCHARGED

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  • Maloon, Winthrop L. Private
  • Discharged per S. O. No. 141, A. G. O. Dated June 6th.
  • McMasters, Frederick D. Private
  • Discharged per S. O. No. 178, A. G. O. Dated July 30th, Washington, D. C.
  • Ferguson, Robert M. Sergeant 55 Liberty St., New York City.
  • Discharged, Aug. 10th, 1898.
  • Worden, John L. Private 27 W. 43d St., New York City.
  • Discharged by way of favor per telegraphic order from Assistant Secretary of War. Dated Aug. 15th, Washington, D. C.
  • Cosby, Arthur F. Private
  • Discharged per S. O. No. 103, A. G. O., Aug. 17th, Washington, D. C., to enable the soldier to accept a commission. Wounded, July 1st; right hand.
  • Babcock, Campbell E. Private The Plaza, Chicago, Ill.
  • Discharged, Sept. 5th, to accept commission.
  • Lee, Joseph J. Private Knoxville, Md.
  • Discharged per S. O. No. 205, A. G. O., Washington, D. C., Aug. 31st.

TRANSFERRED

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  • Duran, Joseph L. Private Santa Fé, N. M.
  • Transferred to Troop H, this regiment, July 15th.
  • Brandon, Perry H. Private Douglass, Kan.
  • Transferred to Troop D, this regiment, July 29th.
  • David M. Goodrich 1st Lieutenant Akron, O.
  • Transferred from Troop D, this regiment, Aug. 11th. Transferred to Troop D, this regiment, Sept. 5th.

DIED

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  • Haywood, Henry Sergeant Police Department, New York City.
  • Abdomen; Mauser rifle; killed, July 2d. Wounded, July 1st; died in Division Hospital, Cuba, July 2, 1898, from bullet wound received July 1st.
  • Ives, Gerard M. Private New York.
  • Died at his home, 338 W. 71st St., New York City (date not known), from typhoid fever.
  • Tiffany, William Lieutenant New York City.
  • Died of fever.

DESERTED

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  • Staley, Frank Private
  • Deserted from troop at San Antonio, Tex., May 1st.
  • Curzon Private
  • Deserted from detachment at Tampa, Fla., June 13th.

PROMOTED

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  • Jenkins, Micah J. Major Youngs Island, S. C.
  • Promoted to Major, Aug. 11, 1898.