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Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919).  The Rough Riders.  1899.
James H. McClintockCaptainPhoenix, Ariz.
Wounded at battle of Las Guasimas, June 24, 1898. Wounded in left ankle.
George B. Wilcox1st LieutenantPrescott, Ariz.
Thomas H. Rymning2d LieutenantTucson, Ariz.
William A. Davidson1st SergeantPhoenix, Ariz.
Stephen A. PateQ. M. SergeantTucson, Ariz.
Wounded in right lung before Santiago de Cuba, July 1, 1898.
Elmer HawleySergeantPhoenix, Ariz.
John E. CampbellSergeantPhoenix, Ariz.
Charles H. UtlingSergeantPhoenix, Ariz.
Edward G. NortonSergeantPhoenix, Ariz.
David L. HughesSergeantTucson, Ariz.
Wounded in head, July 1, 1898, at battle before Santiago de Cuba.
Jerry F. LeeSergeantGlobe, Ariz.
Shot in head before Santiago de Cuba, July 1, 1898.
Eugene W. WaterburyCorporalTucson, Ariz.
Walter T. GregoryCorporalPhoenix, Ariz.
Thomas W. Pemberton, Jr.CorporalPhoenix, Ariz.
George J. McCabeCorporalBisbee, Ariz.
Calvin McCarthyCorporalPhoenix, Ariz.
Charles E. HeitmanCorporalPhoenix, Ariz.
Frank WardCorporalGlobe, Ariz.
Dudly S. DeanCorporalBoston, Mass.
John FosterBuglerBisbee, Ariz.
Jesse WaltersBuglerPhoenix, Ariz.
Frank W. HarmsonFarrierTucson, Ariz.
Fred A. PomeroyBlacksmithKingman, Ariz.
Joseph E. McGintyWagonerTucson, Ariz.
Richard E. GoodwinSaddlerPhoenix, Ariz.
Boggs, Looney L., Phoenix, Ariz.
Buckholdt, Chas., Kickapoo Springs, Tex.
Beebe, Walter S., Prescott, Ariz.
Brady, Fred L., New York, N. Y.
Butler, James A., Albuquerque, N. M.
Barrowe, Beekman K., Tampa, Fla.
Colwell, Grant, Phoenix, Ariz.
Collier, Edward G., Globe, Ariz.
Chester, Will M., Oakwell, Tex.
Christian, Benjamin, Norfolk, Va.
Chamberlin, Lowell A., Washington, D. C.
Day, Robert, Santa Fé, N. M.
Drachman, Sol. B., Tucson, Ariz.
Draper, Durward D., Phoenix, Ariz.
Eakin, Alva L., Globe, Ariz.
Eads, Wade Q., San Antonio, Tex.
Fitzgerald, Frank T., Tucson, Ariz.
Goss, Conrad F., Tampa, Fla.
Gurney, Frank W., Tampa, Fla.
Hall, John M., Phoenix, Ariz.
Wounded in shoulder by shrapnel, July 1, 1898, before Santiago de Cuba. Piece of shell not removed.
Hammer, John S., San Antonio, Tex.
Slightly wounded by shell, July 1, 1898, before Santiago de Cuba. Wounded in leg.
Hildreth, Fenn S., Tucson, Ariz.
Hartzell, Ira C., Phoenix, Ariz.
Haydon, Roy F., Prescott, Ariz.
Henderson, Sibird, Globe, Ariz.
Hildebrand, Louis T., Prescott, Ariz.
Heywood, John P., Tampa, Fla.
James, William T., Jerome, Ariz.
Johnson, Anton E., Prescott, Ariz.
King, Geo. C., Prescott, Ariz.
Keir, Alex. S., Bisbee, Ariz.
Laird, Thomas J., Prescott, Ariz.
Merritt, Fred M., Tucson, Ariz.
Merritt, William W., Red Oak, Ia.
McCann, Walter J., Phoenix, Ariz.
Iron stanchion fell upon right side of head, right arm and shoulder, while asleep in quarters on transport Yucatan, en route for Cuba, June 21, 1898.
Middleton, Clifton C., Globe, Ariz.
Misner, Jackson H., Bisbee, Ariz.
McMillen, Albert C., New York, N. Y.
Norton, Gould G., Tampa, Fla.
Orme, Norman L., Phoenix, Ariz.
Shot in left arm and side, June 24, 1898, at Las Guasimas. G. S. left shoulder.
Owens, William A., Jerome, Ariz.
Proffitt, William B., Prescott, Ariz.
Peck, John C., Santa Fé, N. M.
Pollock, Horatio C., Phoenix, Ariz.
Patterson, Hal. A., Selma, Ala.
Roberts, Frank S., San Antonio, Tex.
Rinehart, Robert, Phoenix, Ariz.
Stanton, Richard H., Phoenix, Ariz.
Saunders, Wellman H., Salem, Mass.
Snodderly, William L., Bisbee, Ariz.
Smith, Race H., San Antonio, Tex.
Shot in stomach, breast, and arms by shrapnel, July 2, 1898, before Santiago.
Schenck, Frank W., Phoenix, Ariz.
Stewart, W. Walton, Selma, Ala.
Toland, Jesse T., Bisbee, Ariz.
Truman, George E., San Antonio, Tex.
Townsend, Albert B., Prescott, Ariz.
Tilkie, Charles M., Chicago, Ill.
Van Treese, Louis H., Tucson, Ariz.
Warford, David E., Globe, Ariz.
Shot in both thighs, July 1, 1898, before Santiago de Cuba.
Webb, William W., Prescott, Ariz.
Wiggins, Thomas W., Bisbee, Ariz.
Shot in right hip at Las Guasimas, June 24, 1898. G. S. left hip.
Whittaker, George C., Silver City, N. M.
Wilkerson, Wallace W., Santa Fé, N. M.
Woodward, Sidney H., Kingman, Ariz.
Young, Thomas H., Phoenix, Ariz.
Bird, Marshall M.California.
Discharged on Surgeon's certificate of disability. Fracture of skull and concussion of brain incurred in line of duty, Aug. 8, 1898.
Cronin, Cornelius P.Yuma, Ariz.
Discharged, June 13, 1898, on Surgeon's certificate.
Crimmins, Martin L.New York, N. Y.
Mustered out to accept commission, July 29, 1898.
Goodrich, David M.Akron, O.
Discharged, May 19, 1898, to accept commission.
Murphy, James E.Delrio, Ariz.
Discharged, Sept. 10th, by order of Secretary of War. Shot in head, July 1, 1898, before Santiago de Cuba.
Hall, Joel R.CorporalSeattle, Wash.
Killed, July 1, 1898, before Santiago de Cuba; buried on field of battle.
Logue, DavidGlobe, Ariz.
Killed, July 1, 1898, before Santiago de Cuba; buried on field of battle.
Norton, Oliver B.
Killed, July 1, 1898, before Santiago de Cuba; buried on field of battle.
Saunders, W. H.Salem, Mass.
Died of fever at Santiago.
Smith, Race W.San Antonio, Tex.
Died of wounds received July 2, 1898.
Swetman, John W.Globe, Ariz.
Killed, July 1, 1898, before Santiago de Cuba; buried on field of battle.
Tomlinson, Leroy E.
Sent to hospital boat, June 19, 1898, en route to Cuba; fever. Certificate of death dated June 23, 1898. Body and effects sent ashore, care Capt. Stephens, Signal Corps, U. S. A. Typhoid fever contracted in line of duty.

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