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Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919).  The Rough Riders.  1899.
 
APPENDIX A
MUSTER-OUT ROLL
 
TROOP A. CAPTAIN FRANK FRANTZ.
 
Frank FrantzCaptainPrescott, Ariz.
John C. Greenway1st LieutenantHot Springs, Ark.
Joshua D. Carter2d LieutenantPrescott, Ariz.
William W. Greenwood1st SergeantPrescott, Ariz.
Shot in left foot and leg in battle, July 1, 1898. Engaged in battles of Las Guasimas, June 24th; San Juan, July 1st.
James T. GreenleySergeantPrescott, Ariz.
Wounded in leg, July 1, 1898. Engaged in battles of Las Guasimas, June 24th; San Juan, July 1st; and siege of Santiago following.
King C. HenleyQ. M. SergeantWinslow, Ariz.
Henry W. NashSergeantYoung, Ariz.
Samuel H. RhodesSergeantTonto Basin, Ariz.
Robert BrownSergeantPrescott, Ariz.
Charles E. McGarrSergeantPrescott, Ariz.
Carl HoltzschueSergeantPrescott, Ariz.
George L. BugbeeCorporalLordsburg, N. M.
Harry G. WhiteCorporalRichenbar, Ariz.
Absent from July 2, 1898, in Governor's Island, N. Y., Hospital, on account of wound in leg, received on July 2, 1898. Engaged in battles of Las Guasimas, June 24, 1898; San Juan, July 1, 1898.
Cade C. JacksonCorporalFlagstaff, Ariz.
Harry B. FoxCorporalJerome, Ariz.
William CranfurdCorporalSan Antonio, Tex.
George A. McCarterCorporalSafford, Ariz.
Rufus H. MarineCorporalFlagstaff, Ariz.
John D. HoneymanCorporalSan Antonio, Tex.
Emilio CassiTrumpeterJerome, Ariz.
Wounded in hand on July 2, 1898.
Frank HarnerTrumpeterPreston, Ariz.
Thomas HamiltonBlacksmithJerome, Ariz.
Wallace B. WillardFarrierCottonwood, Ariz.
Forest WhitneySaddlerRichenbar, Ariz.
John H. WallerWagonerPrescott, Ariz.
Wounded in left arm in battle of July 1, 1898. Engaged in Las Guasimas, June 24, 1898; San Juan, July 1, 1898; and siege of Santiago following.
TROOPERS.
 
Adams, Ralph R., Yonkers, N. Y.
Allen, George L., Prescott, Ariz.
Azbill, John, St. John's, Ariz.
Azbill, William, St. John's, Ariz.
Arnold, Henry N., New York City
Barnard, John C., New York City
Bartoo, Nelson E., Winslow, Ariz.
Belknap, Prescott H., Boston, Brookline, Mass.
Brauer, Lee W., Richmond, Va.
Bugbee, Fred. W., Lordsburg, N. M.
Wounded in head in battle of San Juan, July 1, 1898. Slight. Mauser rifle.
Bull, Charles C., San Francisco, Cal.
Bulzing, William, Santa Fé, N. M.
Burke, Edward F., Orange, N. J.
Bardshar, Henry P., Prescott, Ariz.
Church, Leroy B., Ithaca, Mich.
Curtis, Harry A., Boston, Mass.
Freeman, Thomas L., Thurber, Tex.
Griffen, Walter W., Globe, Ariz.
Glover, William H., Liberty, Tex.
Hawes, George P., Jr., Richmond, Va.
Haymon, Edward G. B., Chicago, Ill.
Huffman, Lawrence E., Las Cruces, Mex.
Hoffman, Fred., Pueblo, Col.
Hodgdon, Charles E., Prescott, Ariz.
Hogan, Daniel L., Flagstaff, Ariz.
Howard, John L., St. Louis, Mo.
Hubbell, John D., Boston, Mass.
Jackson, Charles B., Prescott, Ariz.
Wounded in neck at battle of San Juan, July 1, 1898. Nature of injury slight. Mauser rifle.
Johnson, John W., Kingman, Ariz.
Lefors, Jefferson D., Prescott, Ariz.
Lewis, William F., Congress, Ariz.
Larned, William A., Summit, N. J.
Le Roy, Arthur M., Prescott, Ariz.
May, James A., Safford, Ariz.
McCarty, Frank, Flagstaff, Ariz.
Mills, Charles E., Cedar Rapids, Ia.
Murchie, Guy, Calais, Me.
Osborne, George, Bungendera, N. S. W., Australia
O'Brien, Edward, Jerome, Ariz.
Wounded in head, by shrapnel, morning of July 2, 1898.
Page, William, Richenbar, Ariz.
Perry, Charles B., Perry's Landing, Tex.
Shot in head, July 2, 1898. Severe.
Paxton, Frank, Safford, Ariz.
Pearsall, Paul S., New York, N. Y.
Pettit, Louis P., Flagstaff, Ariz.
Philip, Hoffman, Washington, D. C.
Pierce, Harry B., Central City, N. M.
Raudebaugh, James D., Flagstaff, Ariz.
Rapp, Adolph, San Antonio, Tex.
Sells, Henry, Flagstaff, Ariz.
Sellers, Henry J., Williams, Ariz.
Sewall, Henry F., New York, N. Y.
Shaw, James A., Prescott, Ariz.
Shanks, Lee P., Paducah, Ky.
Stark, Wallace J., Safford, Ariz.
Sullivan, Patrick J., Prescott, Ariz.
Thomas, Rufus K., Boston, Mass.
Thomson, Joseph F., Jr., Washington, D. C.
Tuttle, Arthur L., Safford, Ariz.
Van Siclen, Frank, Safford, Ariz.
Wager, Oscar G., Jerome, Ariz.
Wallace, Walter D., Flagstaff, Ariz.
Wallace, William F., Flagstaff, Ariz.
Wounded in neck in battle of San Juan, July 1, 1898.
Wayland, Thomas J., Williams, Ariz.
Webb, Adelbert B., Safford, Ariz.
Weil, Henry J., Kingman, Ariz.
Wilson, Jerome, Chloride, Ariz.
Wrenn, Robert D., Chicago, Ill.
DISCHARGED.
 
Garret, Samuel H.Prescott, Ariz.
Honorably discharged the service by order of A. G. O. Special order No. 14, Aug. 24, 1898.
Greenwald, SamPrescott, Ariz.
Discharged by authority of Secretary of War, at Camp Wikoff, Aug. 31, 1898.
McCormick, WillisSalt Lake City, Utah.
Honorably discharged the service, Aug. 23, 1898. By order Secretary of War.
KILLED IN ACTION.
 
O'Neill, William O.CaptainPrescott, Ariz.
Engaged and killed in battle of San Juan, July 1, 1898, by gunshot wound in the head.
Doherty, George H.CorporalJerome, Ariz.
Engaged and killed in battle of Las Guasimas, June 24, 1898, by bullet wound in the head.
Boyle, JamesPrivatePrescott, Ariz.
Engaged in and mortally wounded at battle of San Juan, July 1, 1898; shot through neck and body; died July 2, 1898.
Champlin, Fred E.PrivateFlagstaff, Ariz.
Engaged in battle of Las Guasimas, June 24, 1898, and battle of San Juan, July 1, 1898, where he was mortally wounded. Died, July 2, 1898; shot in leg and foot by shrapnel and arm torn off by shell. Left thigh and hand.
Liggett, EdwardPrivateJerome, Ariz.
Engaged and killed in battle of Las Guasimas, June 24, 1898; shot through the body.
Reynolds, LewisPrivateKingman, Ariz.
Engaged in battle of Las Guasimas, June 24, 1898, and San Juan, July 1, 1898. Killed on July 1, 1898; shot through the stomach.
DIED OF DISEASE.
 
Hollister, StanleyPrivateSanta Barbara, Cal.
Wounded in left thigh in battle, July 2, 1898; severe. Died of typhoid fever in general U. S. Hospital, Fortress Monroe, Va., Aug. 17, 1898.
Wallace, Alexander H.PrivatePasadena, Cal.
Died of typhoid fever at St. Peter's Hospital, Brooklyn, Aug. 31, 1898.
Walsh, GeorgePrivateSan Francisco, Cal.
Died at sea, aboard S. S. Miami, Aug. 11, 1898, of chronic dysentery; buried at sea, Aug. 12, 1898.
SUICIDE.
 
De Vol, Harry P.San Antonio, Tex.
While in Guard-House, Camp Wikoff, died of self-inflicted wound in the head.
DESERTER.
 
Jackson, John W.PrivateJerome, Ariz.
Deserted the service at Tampa, Fla., July 7, 1898.
 
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