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.


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


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

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