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==================================================================== Company G, Wausau
Captain - H. J. Abraham
First Lieutenant - Fred R. Becker
Second Lieutenant - R. O. Kumerow
First Sergeant - Walter Mueller
Quartermaster Sergeant - H. J. Lemma

Sergeants:
E. I. Lucas
O. C. Abraham
Charles N. Goerling
H. O. Miller

Corporals:
William Huckbody
Emil Braatz
Ernst Grahm
Paul Schulz
Robert Braatz
Albert Zastrow
F. Kuechler
Bert F. Libby
John Kwaitboski
Charles Sampson
William Laatsch

Musicians:
Adam F. Brechlin
William Twomey

Artificer -- William H. Bolger

Wagoner -- Albert Fenhaus

Privates:
Able, Paul
Albee, Alex
Albee, Frank
Allen, E. C.
Armstrong, G.
Bacus, Henry
Baker, John P.
Baker, J. W.
Behrend, Charles
Benoit, Arthur
Benoit, Isadore
Bernhardt, P.
Bernhardt, William
Biller, O. A.
Block, H. O.
Boernke, E. H.
Brett, William
Bugs, Carl
Callies, Gustav
Christianson, A.
Drake, Frank
Drake, George
Dumbroski, H. M
Gasy, Albert
Goeres, B.
Hagen, Ray
Helke, John
Hickey, William
Hildensperger, A.
Hinchick, Charles
Hohman, Otto
Holbrook, Robert
Horton, Clark
Johnson, Peter
Johnson, Arthur
Johnson, Hans
Keissler, Z. E.
Kiefer, John
Laatsch, William
Lamere, Michael
Leitz, Paul
Lintleman,
Charles Lissack,
Ernst Malone,
John Mamont,
Charles McCullough,
Ray Melang, William F.
Meyer, Fred
Miller, W. H.
Moats, Otto
Muenchow, Gust
Mullendorf, E. F.
Newell, Ralph
Niebauer, Albert Jr.
Niebauer, Edward C.
Ohm, Arnold
Opdahl, E. C.
Peterson, Albert
Raduechel, G.
Reiser, R. W.
Roe, Clem
Roloff, Carl
Saindon, P. Jr.
Saindon, Anton
Saindon, A. J.
Schulrud, H.
Schwitzke, George
Soukoup, A.
Splain, V. J.
Sternke, Albert
Stopp, John
Swett, I. L.
Swope, Walter
Treptow, Otto
Vaubel, Lawrence
Vaughan, Bently
Young, Ira
Zeimer, Oscar (note: family members report this should be "ZIEMER") Ziebell, Ernest
Zietlow, H.

HONORABLY DISCHARGED:

Pvt. W. W. Wilson in Puerto Rico

TRANSFERS:

Pvt. H. W. Gerndt to Hospital Service
Pvt. William Johnson to Hospital Service

DEATHS:
Pvt. Frank Gauger of Wausau, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico, of Typhoid fever, on Oct. 20, 1898. Buried at Ponce.

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