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Roster of Company F of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion from the Spanish-American War, 1898 to 1899.

FIELD & STAFF
1ST WYOMING VOLUNTEER INFANTRY BATTALION

  • MAJOR Foote, Frank M.: Mustered into service as Major of the Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service.
  • ADJUTANT Coburn, Harol D.
  • QUARTERMASTER Morgenridge (Morgareidge), Johnson W.
  • ASSISTANT SURGEON (FIRST LIEUTENANT) Morrison, John S.: Mustered into service as First Lieutenant & Assistant Surgeon of the Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service.
  • BATTALION SERGEANT MAJOR Moore, Benjamin H.
COMPANY F,
CONVERSE & ALBANY COUNTIES
1ST WYOMING VOLUNTEER INFANTRY BATTALION

The Company was organized in Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming, however due to the rejection of several of the recruits from the company, the men from Company A of the 1st Regiment, Wyoming National Guard, from Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming, were merged into the Company, and it and was mustered into service as Company F of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion.
  • CAPTAIN O’Brien, John D.: S
    lightly wounded in action on March 7th, 1899, at San Juan del Monte, Philippine Islands.
  • FIRST LIEUTENANT Coburn, Harol D.
  • SECOND LIEUTENANT Rouse, Willard H.
  • FIRST SERGEANT Yelton, William E.
  • QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT Sherwin, Waldo E.
  • SERGEANT Harris, Samuel L.
  • Mast, William J.
  • Negus, Charles B.
  • Pease, Wallace F.
  • Scanlon, James L.
  • CORPORAL Briggs, Walter S.
  • Burns, Nathan E.
  • Frick, Frederick
  • Olson, Thomas
  • Ponting, John G.
  • Rose, Edward
  • Triggs, George E.
  • ARTIFICER Fisher, Carl W.
  • Smith, Jed A.
  • WAGONER Eberhart, Richard
  • COMPANY COOK (CORPORAL) Bartlett, Walter
  • MUSICIAN Frick Jr., John
  • Rouse, Edgar R.
  • PRIVATE Adams, Ernest
  • Barton, Charles H.
  • Barton, Thomas B.
  • Bowker, Ernest R.
  • Brandis, Charles W.
  • Brown, Joseph A.
  • Brownlee, Arthur W.
  • Burton, James
  • Byerly, Stephen A.D.
  • Byers, Wells:
    Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; transferred to Company F, no date.
  • Caylor, Ralph C.
  • Cole, Charles A.
  • Crumrine, Harry R.:
    Slightly wounded in action on February 4th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands.
  • Cunningham, Benjamin F.
  • Cunningham, Ernest A.
  • Dennis, Bert E.
  • Dobby, Alexander:
    Wounded in action on May 15th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands.
  • Donahoo, William T.
  • Ericson, Eric
  • Evans, William J.
  • Frick, Joseph
  • Frisby, Jonathan E.
  • Garfield, Edward M.
  • Gray, Arthur W.
  • Hudson, William D.
  • Kellogg, William A.
  • Knadler, Charles M.
  • Knox Jr., John
  • Laird, George R.
  • Lange, Carl H.
  • Larson, Charles J.
  • Lohlein, John J.
  • Lucas, Orange S.
  • Lytle, Wesley
  • Marsh, George
  • Marsh, John J.
  • McCumber, James E.
  • Miller, Carl F.
  • Miller, Fred A.
  • Moyer, George R.
  • Niedheimer, Edward
  • Olday, Emile
  • Reals, Reuben J.:
    Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 10th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming; sick in quarters from June 4th to 15th, August 27th, 31st, and September 1st, 1898; in the hospital from September 2nd to 7th, 1898, for a granular abscess to the left groin followed by a cancroid that were incurred outside of the line of duty, and again from September 8th to October 9th, 1898, with a granular abscess to the upper third left femoral space, inner surface, in the line of duty; in the hospital from November 1st to 6th, 1898, with a bubo to the left side following cancroids, not in the line of duty; in the hospital from April 3rd to 7th, 1899, with remittent malarial fever incurred in the line of duty; in the hospital from May 1st to 23rd and 27th to 29th 1899, with sub-acute gastroenteritis incurred in the line of duty; in the hospital from May 28th to July 9th, 1899, with acute dysentery incurred in the line of duty; sick in hospital from July 9th to August 5th, 1899, with acute dysentery incurred in the line of duty; mustered out of service with the Company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Applied for a pension on July 11th, 1906, as a result of dysentery contracted in the Philippines around February 14th, 1899, as well as pemphigus and pleurisy that were the results of the change in clime and life during his service, the claim was rejected on March 10th, 1910, due to the lack of evidence that any of his ailments were the result of his service, and was again rejected on February 11th, 1911; had the lower middle third of his left leg amputated on March 21st, 1911.]
  • Richards, Albert
  • Roach, Henry N.
  • Robb, Howard
  • Robinson, Charles E.
  • Ruhl, Edwin O.
  • Ruhsert, Henry
  • Schmidt, Frank K.
  • Skinner, Mark A.
  • Smith, William F.
  • Snow, George W.
  • Stockton, William B.
  • Trosper, Joseph S.
  • Vidal, James A.
  • Watt, William R.
  • Waechter, Harry G.
  • Wesche, Ernest
  • White, Arthur
  • White, Robert J.
  • Wiese, Henry J.
  • Wyatt, John F.
SOURCES: - Pages 292 to 303, Volume I, “History of Wyoming” I.S. Bartlett, The S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1918.

Thanks to the Micah John Jenkins Camp No. 164, Sons of Spanish American War Veterans for providing this transcription!.

   
 

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