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Company “H”
First Florida Volunteer Infantry
Spanish American War

Contributed by Paul Muller

The Muster Roll of Company “H” 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry, as listed in the Pensacola Daily Journal, June 11, 1898, after being called for duty in the Spanish-American War:

 

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS

Bushnell, R. M., Captain

Cobb, R. W., 1st. Lieutenant

Hyer, J. W., 2nd Lieutenant

 

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS

Moreno, E. A., 1st Sergeant

Daugherty, J. W., Quartermaster Sergeant

Hargis, R. B.,Sergeant

Heinberg, Max J., Sergeant

Maxon, J. F., Sergeant

Whiting, F. M., Sergeant

Barry, J. P., Corporal

Bonifay, E. G., Corporal

Brosnaham, G. O., Corporal

Lee, Stephen, Corporal

Martinez, J. R., Corporal

Whiting, H. H., Corporal

 

PRIVATES

Hutchins, C.

McGinnis, Chas.

Abt, Peter

Peek, George

Way, E. 

Alsobrook, William A.

Avery, Chas.

Barrow, Robert E.

Bell, Ben L.

Bonifay, H. R.

Brash, Mannie

Brooks, Leslie E.

Brown, Henry W.

Brusant, R. H.

Chestnut, C. C.

Cooley, S. R.

Cumberworth, C. E.

D’Alemberte, H. T.

Daly, Michael

Dykeman, Harry I.

Fannin, Earnest A.

Farley, Wm. A.

Farris, E. H.

Floyd, Chas. H. B.

Goodyear, Frank

Hahn, Wm. L.

Hurst, John F.

Holt, Wm. A.

Hopper, O. C.

Huckabay, George F.

Hutchinson, Wm. J.

Knickmeyer, Arthur

Lanier, Floyed

Lovelace, Archie

Lovelace, John

Lowery, Joel

Lynch, G. A.

McLean, James W.

Martinez, Frank

Menck, John

Mitchell, Ben L.

Mitchell, Robert J.

Mitchell, Solon

Nash, John F.

Nelson, Oscar

Wyman, G.

Owens, Ernest

Perkins, Harry M.

Peters, Owen D.

Peterson, Theo. C.

Pierce, Albert

Powers, John A.

Price, H. M.

Quina, Robert S.

Rice, Stephen E., Jr.

Riera, Holcott

Richburg, J. D.

Sawyer, Wm.

Shackleford, Ernest

Shepperd, Dan

Shuttleworth, D. D.

Sucret, Frank

Tolman, Thomas

Van Demen, J. B.

Widmeyer, C.

Williams, W. K.

Wood, J. W.

Wood, Thos. M.

 

Note:  This unit, organized in Pensacola in 1872, was originally known as the “Escambia Rifles”, one of several Northwest Florida companies comprising the 3rd Battalion, Florida State Troops. 


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