2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1st, 2nd and 3rd July 1898

The following is a list of the killed and wounded of the 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer US Infantry, in the three days’ fighting before Santiago on 1st, 2nd and 3rd July 1898.

[cryout-multi][cryout-column width=”1/2″]Killed

1st Lt Charles H. Field, Co L
Arthur H. Packard, Co G
George A. Richmond, Go G
Frank E. Moody, Co K
George A. Brooke, Co E[/cryout-column]

[cryout-column width=”1/2″]Wounded

Capt W. T. Warrener, Co K
2d Lt D. J. Hoynehan, Co I
2d Lt Oscar D. Hapgood, Co E
Cpl Ruel H. Coite, Co
Cpl Ward Lathrop, Co K
Cpl Charles Heaslay, Co K
Cpl Fred H. Summons, Co M
Cpl Leonard B. Richardson, Co F
Henry E. Ariel, Co L
Frank H. Boule, Co K
Alfred A. Thiel, Co M
Charles Haslay, Co B
James F. Ferriers, Co B
John M. Malone, Co B
Howard S. Meyrick, Co B
Christopher J. Riordan, Co B
Alfred E. Rose, Co B
Edmund Damour, Co D
Austole Dugas, Co D
Frederick Slate, Co D
Beth A. Briston, Co E
Thomas Breslin, Co E
David A. Detour, Co E
Frederick H. Hastings, Co E
James A. Nolan, Co E
Leroy M. Williards, Co E
Halbert F. Morse, Co E
Henry Kent, Co F
Patrick J. Bresnan, Co G
Ernest P. Marble, Co G
Robert A. Ross, Co G
Ralph A. Barkman, Co K
George A. Blackner, Co L
Edward M. Cornell, Co L
George H. De Revere, Co L
Joseph M. Lanois, Co L
Frederick C. Schiller, Co L
Arthur L. Carey, Co M
Walla Paradise, Co M
John Walsh, Co M[/cryout-column] [/cryout-multi]

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