22nd Infantry, 1st, 2nd and 3rd July 1898

The following is a list of the killed and wounded of the 22nd US Infantry, in the three days’ fighting before Santiago on 1st, 2nd and 3rd July 1898.

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

Cpl William I. Cromster or William L. Forrester, Co H
J. W. Bampton, Co C
Gustav V. Sutter, Co E
Samuel Bennett, Co A
Michael Gibney or Michael Silney, Co B[/cryout-column]

[cryout-column width=”1/2″]Wounded

Lt Col J. H Patterson
Capt Frank B. Jones, Co E
Lt William H. Wassell, Co D
Lt George J. Godfrey, Co A
Sgt Henry T. Jaroz or Henry Ganz, Co C
Cpl Harman E. Newman or Harry E. Newman, Co B
Cpl Larence Gralbing or Lawrence Graking, Co A
Lyndall C. Jarmison or Lyndall C. Jamison, Co E
Frank H. Nelson or Frank W. Nelson, Co E
George Winters, Co E
Peter Johnson, Co H
Leonard Kupfer, Co H
Richard Sheppard or Richard Shephard, Co H
James Harris, Co H
Michael L. Donohoe or Michael L. Donehoe, Co H
James Cannaghan or James Connaghan, Co D
George H. Hoover or George Hover, Co D
J. C. F. Hill, Co C
Charles M. Hall, Co C
R. M. Ellingham or R. H. F. Ellingham, Co A
William Pendel or William Mendel, Co A
Henry J. Poul or Henry J. Pohl, Co A
Michael Sheehy, Co A
Charles A. Pound, Co A
Gottfried Muck or Gottfried Wenck, Co A
David Olson or David Olsen, Co B
Frank Kohlert, Co B
John H. Gretness or John H. Gostness, Co B
Joseph Schmitt, Co B
Michael Warner or Michael Werner, Co B[/cryout-column] [/cryout-multi]

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