Boxer Rebellion 1900-1901

Killed

Boatswain’s Mate Thomas, McCalla’s detachment
Gunner’s Mate Benson, McCalla’s detachment
Apprentice Breman, McCalla’s detachment
Landsman Severson, McCalla’s detachment
Pvt Harry Fisher (aka Franklin J. Phillips), Peking on 16 July 1900. Medal of Honor.
Cpl James Francis Lannigan, aged 32, enlisted at Brooklyn, 26 August 1899. Next of kin, Mrs Arthur Noble, 1322 Rochester Ave., Boston
Pvt James K. Miller, aged 28, enlisted at Phliadelphia, 14 December 1898. Next of kin, Miss Margaret Miller, 617 Light St., Baltimore
Pvt John Hunter, aged 25, enlisted at League Island, 14 June 1896
Pvt Edward T. Provelsal, aged 25, enlisted at Boston, 4 May 1899. Next of kin, Isadore Provelsal, Windsor Mills, Canada
Pvt W. H. Nichols, aged 24, enlisted at Mare Island, California, 15 November 1898. Next of kin, William H. Nichols, Folsom, California
Pvt Martin H. Morris, aged 21, enlisted at New York, 16 November 1899. Next of kin, Mrs. E. Morris, Westbury, Long Island
Capt. Austin R. Davis
Sgt C. J. Kollock
Cpl Thomas Kelly
Pvt J. E. McConkey
Pvt I. W. Partridge
Charlie L. Organ, Co M, 14th Inf. dysentery at Tien-Tsin Hospital, 4 August 1900
Joseph L. Fritsch, Co M, 14th Inf. gunshot wounds at Tien-Tsin Hospital, 4 August 1900
Paschal Y. Smith, Co M, 14th Inf. gunshot. 7 August 1900
James Rice, Co K, 14th Inf. 7 August 1900
John H. Hurst, Co H, 14th Inf. 8 August 1900
Archie J. Ranney, Co G, 14th Inf. 8 August 1900
Lafer J. Alley, Co K, 14th Inf. 9 August 1900
Joseph Ouellette, Co M, 14th Inf. 10 August 1900
Robert Horan, Co E, 14th Inf. 13 August 1900
Charles Frederick Insolation, Co M, 9th Inf. 16 August 1900
Claude Smith, Co G, 14th Inf. killed by sharpshooters while foraging at Matow, 16 August 1900
George C. Kaufmann, Co E, 14th Inf. died in Peking from wounds received in action, 16 August 1900
Pvt William Brayton, Co C, 9th Inf. died of dysentery, 19 August 1900
Clinton W. Graham, Co I, 14th Inf. shrapnel wounds, 20 August 1900
Denis Shea, Co M, 9th Inf. dysentery, 20 August 1900
Ezekiel E. Hale, Co B, 9th Inf. dysentery, 21 August 1900
Pvt Tilet M. Armstrong, Co M, 14th Inf. effects of shrapnel wound, 24 August 1900

Wounded

1st Lt Henry Leonard, seriously
Cpl J. A. McDonald, seriously
Pvt J. J. Kelleher, seriously
Pvt C. D. Miller, seriously
Pvt C. J. Mathews, seriously
Pvt John Stokes, seriously
Pvt J. Van Horne, seriously
Capt Charles G. Long
Capt William B. Lemley
1st Lt Smedley D. Butler, 14 August 1900
1st Sgt James Murphy
Sgt F. T. Winters
Cpl Joseph W. Hunt
Pvt W. S. Chapman
Pvt James Cooney
Pvt Roderick Desmond
Pvt F. G. Egelser
Pvt James J. Larvin
Pvt Laurin L. Larrson
Pvt George E. McIver
Pvt J. C. Megonegal
Pvt A. B. Penney
Pvt H. A. Rickers
Alfred Evans, Co E, 14th Inf. serious head wound at Yang-Tsun, 6 August 1900
Charles A. Rodgers, Co K, 14th Inf. serious shoulder wound at Yang-Tsun, 6 August 1900
2d Lt William H. Waldron, 9th Inf. slight head wound
Capt John Myers
Asst Surgeon Lippitt

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