Battalion Roster of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion, May 1898 to September 1899

Battalion Roster

1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion, May 1898 to September 1899


    The following regimental roster is sorted by company and rank; please keep in mind when searching for names that the spellings of some names have changed or been misspelled in the original records, and as the record was transcribed also take into account human error. If you have any additional information, photo's, artifacts that you would like to share please contact the Webmaster.

Field & Staff
Company C
Company F
Company G
Company H
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Field & Staff


  • MAJOR
  • Foote, Frank Millis: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Major of the battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the battalion on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on May 26th, 1846, in South Bend, Indiana, the son of Alexis Foote and Christiana Millis; educated at the public schools in Indiana; attended the Northern Indiana College and the Indiana Normal School at Valparaiso, Indiana, no dates; worked as the Manager of the Smith & Wolley Lumber Company in South Bend, Indiana, no dates; employed as the book-keeper of the A. Osmond & Sons Hardware Company in Rochester, Minnesota, in 1871; moved to Bryan, Wyoming, and obtained employment as a Clerk with the Union Pacific Railroad at that place in 1871; accepted the post of Agent with the Union Pacific Railroad at Evanston, Wyoming, and moved to that city, in August of 1872, continuing as such until 1890; married Miss Ida L. Deuel at Waterloo, New York, in 1873, and the couple had four children (Mary E., Grace S., Robert P., and Frank); elected to the Wyoming State Legislature in 1875 and served from 1877 to 1880; elected as Probate Judge & Treasurer in 1876 and re-elected in 1878, serving until 1880; served as the Deputy Sheriff of Evanston, Wyoming, from 1879 to 1880, and as the Under Sheriff for the county from 1880 to 1881 and again from 1884 to 1888; engaged in raising cattle in 1883 near Medicine Butte, Wyoming; elected as Mayor of Evanston, Wyoming, in 1889, and served one term (1889 to 1890); appointed as the as Receiver of public moneys for the United States Lands Office in Wyoming in 1890 to 1894, and was reappointed for the terms from 1897 to 1898, resigning on May 2nd, 1898, to accept a commission in the Spanish American War, and was re-appointed again in 1899 to 1914; joined the Wyoming National Guard and served as Colonel commanding the First Regiment from 1893 to 1898; elected as the County Assessor of Uinta County, Wyoming, in 1894; organized and was made President of the Carbon Steel Manufacturing & Mining Company in 1912; elected as the Grand Master of the Odd Fellows of Wyoming in 1879; was a thirty-third degree mason, and served as the Grand Master of the Masonic Lodge of Wyoming in 1880, and as the Right Venerable Grand Vice President for Wyoming from 1891 to 1901; served as the Grand Commander of the Knights Templar of Wyoming, no dates; died in 1914; buried at the Evanston Cemetery in Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming.]

  • ADJUTANT (FIRST LIEUTENANT)
  • Coburn, Harol Dever: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enrolled on May 8th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as First Lieutenant of Company F of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; appointed as Battalion Adjutant, no date; mustered out of service with the Battalion on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Appointed as a Second Lieutenant of Infantry with the 25th United States Infantry Regiment on October 5th, 1899; accepted the appointment on November 7th, 1899; promoted to First Lieutenant of Infantry with the 8th Infantry Regiment on July 1st, 1901; promoted to Captain of Infantry with the 20th Infantry Regiment on March 11th, 1911; unassigned on February 21st, 1914; promoted temporarily to the rank of Major of Infantry on August 5th, 1917; promoted temporarily to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry from August 5th, 1917, to January 24th, 1918. Appointed as a Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry with the National Army on August 5th, 1917; accepted the appointment on November 3rd, 1917; assigned to the 363rd Infantry Regiment of the 91st Division, no dates; honorably discharged from service with the National Army on June 15th, 1919. Promoted to Major of Infantry on September 18th, 1917; promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry on July 1st, 1920; promoted to Colonel of Infantry on November 6th, 1927; retired from active service on April 30th, 1935, due to disability incurred in the line of duty. [Born on November 12th, 1873, in West Virginia; moved to Laramie, Wyoming, in 1891, and entered the University of Wyoming; graduated with a bachelors degree (B.L.) from the University of Wyoming in 1896, and a masters (A.M.) in 1898; married Miss Adelaid Brown (1877-1933), no date; died on November 18th, 1944, at San Francisco, California; buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia.]

    Gallup, James D.: See 1st Lieutenant of Company C

  • QUARTERMASTER (SECOND LIEUTENANT)
  • Fast, George F.: See 2nd Lieutenant of Company H

    Morgareidge, Johnson W.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enrolled on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Second Lieutenant of Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; appointed as Battalion Quartermaster, no date; mustered out of service with the battalion on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on July 14th, 1866, in Elba, Ohio, the son of Otis Oliver (1835-1915) and Cynthia Ann Garvin Morgareidge (1836-1916); moved to Noble County, Ohio, in 1870; employed as a teacher in the rural schools in Ohio, no dates; moved to Wyoming in August of 1892, and was employed as a teacher; employed as a bookkeeper with the furniture store of C.W. Morgareidge & Company in Sheridan, Wyoming, from 1893 to 1894; employed as a clerk and bookkeeper in the Eggleston, Smith, & Company drugstore in Sheridan, Wyoming, from 1894 to 1898; elected as the City Assessor of Sheridan, Wyoming, in 1898; served with the Wyoming National Guard from 1894 (as a Private in February of 1894; promoted to Sergeant in 1896; promoted to Second Lieutenant on June 29th, 1897); married Miss Della F. Collier (1875-1924), no dates; died on January 6th, 1925, at Sheridan, Wyoming; buried at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

  • ASSISTANT SURGEON (FIRST LIEUTENANT)
  • Morrison, John S.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as First Lieutenant & Assistant Surgeon of the Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the battalion on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Served as a Post Surgeon in the United States Army Medical Corps from October of 1917 to February of 1918. [Born on May 16th, 1869, in Stanton, Missouri, the son of John Morrison and Martha Falloon; attend school in Cheyenne, Wyoming, graduating from the high school at that place in 1891; studied medicine at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio, from 1894 to 1897, at which time he graduated; married Miss Carolina Blackstock, no dates; moved to Lafayette, Indiana, in 1899, and opened a medical practice at that place; served as the County Coroner of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, from 1902 to 1906; as a member of the board of Pension Examiners, no dates; member of the American Medical Association, the Indiana State Medical Association, and the Tippecanoe County Medical Association, no dates; member of the Lafayette Lodge No. 492, A.F. & A.M., of the Department of Indiana of the United Spanish War Veterans, the American Legion, and the Tippecanoe County Historical Association, no dates; died on November 20th, 1957; buried at the Spring Vale Cemetery in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.]

  • SERGEANT MAJOR
  • Guyer, Edmund G.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Battalion Sergeant Major, no date; mustered out of service with the Battalion on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 30th, 1871, in East Salem, Pennsylvania; died on September 18th, 1951; buried at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

    Moore, Benjamin Grant: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Battalion Color Sergeant, no date; promoted to Battalion Sergeant Major, no date; died of disease on August 2nd, 1899, aboard the transport ‘Grant.’ [Born on March 28th, 1877, in Brooklyn, New York, the son of John Roberts Moore; educated at the public schools in Brooklyn, New York; moved to Evanston, Wyoming, in 1896, and was employed with the local newspaper there until 1898; died on August 2nd, 1899, at sea aboard the transport ‘Grant;’ buried at sea.]

  • HOSPITAL STEWARD
  • Gossett, William E.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, at Fort D.A. Russell, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered into service as a Quartermaster Sergeant of Company C on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Battalion Hospital Steward on May 10th, 1898; mustered out of service with the battalion on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 15th, 1855, in Salem, Indiana, the son of Elijah and Mary Young Gossett; died on January 12th, 1934, at Retsil, Washington; buried at the Washington Veterans Home Cemetery in Retsil, Kitsap County, Washington.]

  • BATTALION HOSPITAL CORPS
  • Evans, Gomer: See Private with Company C

    Evans, John: See Private with Company C

    Ewing, Ralph: See Private with Company C

    Gallup, Garrett B.: See Private with Company C

    Jones, Charles E.: See Private with Company G

    Laird, George R.: See Private with Company F

    Richards, Albert G.: See Private with Company F

    Skinner, William D.: See Private with Company G

    Sperling, Peter C.: See Private with Company H

    White, Robert J.: See Private with Company F

    Wollam, William A.: See Private with Company H

    Woods, Dana N.: See Private with Company H

  • BAND LEADER
  • Clubb, Harry H.: See Musician with Company G

  • DRUM MAJOR
  • Eddie, James S.: See Private with Company C

  • BATTALION BAND
  • Briggs, George: See Private with Company G

    Calder, Carter H.: See Private with Company G

    Lange, Carl H.: See Private with Company F

    Miller, Carl F.: See Private with Company F

    Preston, Henry H.: See Private with Company G

    Robinson, Robert B.: See Musician with Company G

    Rouse, Edgar R.: See Musician with Company F

    Ruhl, Edwin O.: See Private with Company F

    Stoneman, Madison U.: See Private with Company G

    Vidal, James A.: See Private with Company F

    Williams, William E.: See Private with Company C

    Frank M. Foote
    Major
    Harol D. Coburn
    Adjutant
    Benjmain G. Moore
    Sergeant Major


    Company C - Johnson County


        The Company was organized in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming, as Company C of the First Regiment, Wyoming National Guard.

        On April 28th, 1898, the company received orders to assemble on May 2nd at the State rendezvous at Cheyenne, Wyoming. On May 2nd the Company boarded a special train bound for Cheyenne, at 11:30 a.m. the train, with Company G on board as well, arrived in Cheyenne, the men disembarking and marching to Camp Richards, where they joined Company F which had arrived a few hours earlier, having traveled a total of 532-miles. On May 7th, 1898, the Company was mustered into United States service as Company C of the 1st Wyoming Infantry Battalion, United States Volunteers, for the term of two years service, under Captain Thomas Millar.


    Members of Company C at San Francisco, California, ca. 1898


  • CAPTAIN
  • Millar, Thomas: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted as a Private in Company H of the 8th United States Infantry Regiment on July 6th, 1888; promoted to Corporal, no date; honorably discharged on July 5th, 1893. Enrolled on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Captain of Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Appointed as Captain of Company H of the 40th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment on August 17th, 1899; accepted the appointment on September 24th, 1899; honorably discharged from volunteer service on June 24th, 1901, at San Francisco, California. [Born on February 26th, 1865, in Dunfermline, Scotland, the son of David and Mary Brown Millar; educated at Coatbridge near the town of Glasgow, Scotland, and served with the British Army as a member of the Greenock Volunteer Highlanders, no dates; employed in the furniture business in Glasgow and Greenock, Scotland, and in Brooklyn, New York, to 1890; moved to Buffalo, Wyoming, in 1893, and opened a furniture and crockery business in that place; editor of the “Buffalo Voice” of Buffalo, Wyoming, no dates; served as the City Clerk of Buffalo, Wyoming, no dates; married Miss Agnes Gray (1850-1908), no dates; served with the Wyoming National Guard to 1898 (as First Sergeant of Company C, 1st Regiment of Infantry; elected as Captain in 1896); moved to Grand Island, Nebraska, no date; employed with the American Crystal Sugar Company of Nebraska, no dates; members of the Aerie No. 378, Fraternal Order of Eagles, no dates; member, and Adjutant, of the Charles E. Norris Camp No. 6, Department of Nebraska, United Spanish War Veterans, no dates; died on November 23rd, 1948, at Grand Island, Nebraska; buried at the Grand Island Cemetery in Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska.]

  • FIRST LIEUTENANT
  • Gallup, James D.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as First Lieutenant & Battalion Adjutant on May 10th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to Company C, no date; discharged on May 15th, 1899. [Born on October 1st, 1870, in Corydon, Iowa, the son of Warren and Mary C. Gallup; moved to Conway, Iowa, in 1876; attended Bedford High School in Conway, Iowa, from 1880 to 1886, when he graduated; moved to Wyoming, no date, and was employed as a teacher in the North Fork, Hyattville, and Johnson Creek area; married Miss Bess V. ____ in 1894; employed as a teacher at the Buffalo High School, to 1898; employed as the Receiver at the United States Land Office in 1910; member of the J.F. Bell Camp No. 4, Department of Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no dates; died in 1938; buried at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming.]

    Pinney, Charles: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Promoted to First Lieutenant, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on September 10th, 1873; member of the J.F. Bell Camp No. 4, Department of Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no dates; died on April 30th, 1943; buried at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming.]

  • SECOND LIEUTENANT
  • Cheever, Loren Elmer: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enrolled on May 7th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Second Lieutenant of Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; honorably discharged to accept a commission on July 12th, 1899. Appointed as a First Lieutenant with the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment on July 5th, 1899; accepted the appointment on July 13th, 1899; promoted to Captain on December 24th, 1899; discharged in the Philippine Islands, no date. [Born on November 18th, 1868, in Wisconsin, the son of John Lyman (1845-1921) and Nellie Jershua Webb Cheever (1850-1936); moved to Buffalo, Wyoming, in 1893, and was employed as a clerk in a furnishing store; moved to the Philippine Islands in 1899, and operated a plantation at the head of the Davao Gulf as part of the Mindanao Plantation Company of which he was General Manager, to 1912; married a local girl, no date; died on March 3rd, 1912, at Davo, Mindinao, Philippine Islands.]

    Smith, Henry A.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Served as First Sergeant, no dates; promoted to Second Lieutenant, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in March of 1869 at Canon City, Oregon; moved to the Black Hills area of Wyoming in the 1880’s and engaged in the stock business; moved to Buffalo, Wyoming, in 1890, and worked at the Occidental Hotel to 1898; married Miss Idah Shinn at Buffalo, Wyoming, in 1900; serving as the Commandant of the Wyoming Soldiers and Sailors Home near Buffalo from 1920 to 1929; died in January of 1929 at the Soldiers and Sailors Home near Buffalo, Wyoming; buried at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming.]

  • FIRST SERGEANT
  • Burritt, Charles Henry: Of Kearney, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant of Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to First Sergeant, no date; honorably discharged to accept a commission on August 11th, 1899. Appointed as a Second Lieutenant in the 11th United States Volunteer Cavalry Regiment on August 11th, 1899; accepted the appointment on August 12th, 1899; promoted to First Lieutenant & Squadron Adjutant on September 5th, 1899; mustered out of service with the regiment on March 13th, 1901, at San Francisco, California. [Born on February 15th, 1854, in Manchester, Vermont, the son of Edwin (1817-1904) and Mary Chellis Burritt (1830-1904); educated at the Burr & Burton Seminary in Manchester, Vermont, in 1871; attended Middlebury College from 1872 to 1874; attended Brown University in Rhode Island from 1875 to 1876; admitted to the Michigan State Bar at Lansing, Michigan, on June 15th, 1876; moved to Buffalo, Wyoming, in 1878 and opened a law practice at that place from 1878 to 1898; served as a Deputy Sheriff in 1883, and was elected as a Justice of the Peace in 1884; served as the Major of Buffalo from 1884 to 1885; served as the Superintendent of Schools, no dates; married Miss Clara Estella Wheeler, no dates; served as a member of the Territorial Legislature from 1888 to 1889; served as the Judge of the Court of the First Instances for the central northern Luzon Provinces from 1901 to 1907; moved to Reno, Nevada, in June of 1907, and admitted to that states bar; opened a law practice in Reno, Nevada, from 1907 to 1927; member of the Knights of Pythias from December 15th, 1883, and served as the Grand Chancellor of the Wyoming from 1893 to 1894 and 1894 to 1895; member of the United Spanish War Veterans, no dates; died on June 1st, 1927, at Reno, Nevada; buried at the Masonic Memorial Gardens in Reno, Washoe County, Nevada.]

    Hepp, Christian John: Of Kearney, Wyoming. Promoted to First Sergeant, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on May 2nd, 1857, in Bavaria, the son of Karl and Elizabeth Koch Hepp; emigrated to the United States with his father in 1865 and settled in Baltimore, Maryland; moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, no dates; moved to Chicago, Illinois, no dates; moved to northern Wisconsin in 1872, and was employed in the lumber business for three years; moved to the Dakota Territory in 1875 and was employed as a miner in the Black Hills region; moved to the Little Piney Creek area of Wyoming in 1878, and began raising cattle and farming in 1879; married Miss Rosa Marie Weller (1864-1951) at Grand Island, Nebraska, in 1885, and the couple had seven children (Rosa, Erlis, Elsie, Lora, Clara, Christian, and Harry); died on December 2nd 1935, at Fort Mackenzie, Wyoming; buried at the Quiet Rest Cemetery at Story, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

  • QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT
  • Gossett, William E.: See Hospital Steward with the Battalion Field & Staff

    Shortill, Francisco Arizona (Frank): Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Quartermaster Sergeant, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1868; died on December 15th, 1928, at El Paso, Texas.]

  • SERGEANT
  • Fisher, William H.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Kilpatrick, John D.: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on November 25th, 1898.

    McConnell, John A.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; slightly wounded in action (right ankle) on March 7th, 1899, at San Juan del Monte, Philippine Islands; promoted to Sergeant, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Enlisted as a Private in Company I of the 23rd United States Infantry Regiment in 1901; honorably discharged in 1902.

    Newell, William R.C.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Corporal in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Sergeant, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on July 9th, 1880; died on July 2nd, 1904; buried at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming.]

    Rogers, George: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Promoted to Sergeant, no date; mortally wounded in action on February 5th, 1899, at San Pedro Macati, Philippine Islands; died of his wounds on February 6th, 1899. [Born on November 27th, 1869, at Chelmsford, England; immigrated to the United States in 1888, living at his Uncles home in Buffalo, Wyoming; died on February 6th, 1899, at Manila, Philippine Islands; buried at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming.]

    Sneddon, Henry: Of Diamond, Indiana. Mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Member of the Claude L. Herbert Camp No. 38 (Terre Haute) of the Department of Indiana, United Spanish War Veterans, no dates; died on June 1st, 1947.]

  • CORPORAL
  • Baker, William H.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Corporal, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Bateman, Andrew Parker (Park): Of Morris Run, Pennsylvania. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Corporal, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on August 20th, 1876, in McIntyre, Pennsylvania; moved to Iowa, then to Nebraska, and finally to Wyoming, no dates; moved to Blossburg, Pennsylvania, in 1899; married Miss Martha Eddings on February 14th, 1901, and the couple had two children; employed with the Erie Railroad, no dates; employed as a foreman with the Bower Coal Mine in Blossburg, Pennsylvania, no dates; served as a Borough Councilman, justice of the peace for ten years, constable and Chief of Police for eighteen years, borough assessor for thirteen years, and as road commissioner, retiring in 1965; member of the Supreme Sacrifice Post No. 8730 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, no dates; admitted to the Blossburg State Hospital in Blossburg, Pennsylvania, on September 10th, 1970; died on December 4th, 1970, at the Blossburg State Hospital in Pennsylvania, at the age of 94; buried at the Arbon Cemetery in Blossburg, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.]

    Ellis, Frank: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Corporal, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Freel, Adam: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Corporal, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died On October 23rd, 1928, at San Francisco, California; buried at the National Cemetery at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.]

    Hamilton, Thomas H.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Corporal, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1855; died on March 1st, 1920, at Santa Ana, California; buried at the Fairhaven Memorial Park at Santa Ana, Orange County, California.]

    Miller, William A.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 7th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; honorably discharged on July 24th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands. Enlisted as a Private in Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment in July of 1899.

    Shortill, William: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Corporal, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Served in the Mexican Border War (Punitive Expedition) with the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Regiment from 1916 to 1917, and with the 116th Ammunition Train during the First World War from 1917 to 1919. [Born on September 2nd, 1880.]

    Smith, Harry E.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Corporal, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • ARTIFICER
  • Herron, Alexander A.: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Artificer, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Kimball, G.L.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Artificer of Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899.

  • WAGONER
  • Campbell, James L.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Wagoner of Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on April 13th, 1899. [Born on December 24th, 1878; died on May 19th, 1946; buried at the National Cemetery at Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Robinson, Robert A.: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Wagoner, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on May 13th, 1872; died on March 23rd, 1949; buried at the Braceville-Gardner Cemetery in Braceville, Grundy County, Illinois.]

  • MUSICIAN
  • Miller, William A. (M.): Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Musician in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on January 11th, 1899.

    Owenhouse, Joseph A.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Musician in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred as a Musician to Company C, no date mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on June 7th, 1934, at Buffalo, Wyoming.]

    Warner, Arthur W.: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Musician, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1881; died on November 5th, 1923, at Des Moines, Iowa; buried at the Blakesburg Cemetery in Blakesburg, Wapello County, Iowa.]

  • PRIVATE
  • Bertelson, Peter: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Binnall, George: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 26th, 1899.

    Birmingham, Charles A.: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Brennan, Robert W. (A.): Of Clearmont, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Brown, Thomas: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on August 25th, 1899.

    Carlon, Robert Walker: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899. [Born on January 5th, 1862; died on January 11th, 1945; buried at the National Cemetery at Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Cashman, Jerry: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on October 26th, 1938; buried at the National Cemetery at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.]

    Chapman, Fred: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 13th, 1899. Enlisted on July 14th, 1899, as a Private in Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment at Manila, Philippine Islands; mustered out of service with the company in June of 1901 at San Francisco, California.

    Chatterson, Harry H.: Of Peoria, Illinois. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on July 31st, 1916; buried at the National Cemetery in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas.]

    Christensen, Nels: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 18th, 1899. Enlisted on July 19th, 1899, as a Private in Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment at Manila, Philippine Islands; mustered out of service with the company in June of 1901 at San Francisco, California. [Died on November 7th, 1924; buried at the National Cemetery in Lose Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Clay, Harry: Of Kearney, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Cliburn, Ephraim: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Coate (Coats), Lowell: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on September 1st, 1881; died on March 30th, 1950; buried at the Wyuka Cemetery in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska.]

    Coats (Coates), Sylvester B.: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on September 4th, 1899. [Buried at the Randolph Cemetery in Randolph, Fremont County, Iowa.]

    Denton, George: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 1st, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Eddy, James S.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 30th, 1898, for two years service; detailed to the Battalion Band as the Drum Major, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on March 15th, 1873, in Texas, the son of John (1822-1893) and Rachel Myers Eddy (1831-1916); married Miss Minnie Maude Butler (1890-1967), no date; died on January 24th, 1936, at Erath County, Texas, at the age of 62; buried at the Shelby Cemetery in Lingleville, Erath County, Texas.]

    Evans, Homer (Gomer): Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Evans, John: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Ewing, Ralph L.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 11th, 1898, for two years service, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Gallup (Gollup), Garrett B.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Gatch, Philip: Of Chudwater, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 3rd, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Harrington, Arthur Garfield: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on September 29th, 1874, at Eagle, Nebraska; served as a member of Company C, 1st Regiment of Infantry, Wyoming National Guard, to 1898; died as a result of his service on March 7th, 1900, at Buffalo, Wyoming; buried at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming.]

    Herron Jr., John: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 1st, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 30th, 1872; died on May 1st, 19__; buried at the Braceville-Gardner Cemetery in Braceville, Grundy County, Illinois.]

    Jacobs, Sidney O.: Of Ten Sleep, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 13th, 1899. Later service with Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

    Jenkins, Warren D.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Knoedler, Ernest: Of Big Red, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Langiewicz, William J.: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Later service with Company D of the 11th United States Infantry Regiment.

    Lehman, Frederick: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899.

    Lewis, Sterling S.: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899.

    Martin, Charles: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    McKay, William: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    McMaster, Thomas R.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on January 29th, 1877; died on September 12th, 1943; buried at the Live Oak Cemetery in Live Oak, Sutter County, California.]

    Mediate, Bruno: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 1st, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899. [Died on March 7th, 1927, at Manila, Philippine Islands.]

    Miller, James S.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Minnich (Mimick), Leroy S.: Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; died of wounds on August 15th, 1899, at Cavite, Philippine Islands. [Born in 1876; died on August 15th, 1899, at Cavite, Philippine Islands; buried at the Bartley Cemetery in Bartley, Red Willow County, Nebraska.]

    Peer, Ferdinand: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899. [Died on November 15th, 1909, at Sawtelle, California; buried at the National Cemetery at Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Pettit, Charles A.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899. [Died on March 16th, 1931.]

    Picard, John T.: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Raymond, Fred W.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Rossknacht, Gustav: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Rusnock, Andrew: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 1st, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on April 6th, 1875; died on January 3rd, 1944; buried at the Deer Creek Cemetery in Cheswikc, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.]

    Sell, Henry: Of Clearmont, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Smith, Charles N.: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Spaeth, Joseph M.: Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mortally wounded in action (in the penis) on March 7th, 1899, at San Juan del Monte, Philippine Islands; died of his wounds on March 9th, 1899.

    Taylor, George B.: Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899. [Died on May 24th, 1932, at Johnson City, Tennessee.]

    Thomas, Basil E.: Of La Grange, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 3rd, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on May 1st, 1876, in Marshall County, Illinois, the son of Joseph Thomas (1848-1920); died on December 25th, 1936, at Sawtelle, California; buried at the National Cemetery at Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Wallace, John T.: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Ward, Ira H.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on August 25th, 1899. [Died on October 31st, 1941; buried at the Qulin Cemetery in Butler County, Missouri.]

    Ward, Isaac C.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 30th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    White, George (Alias – John George White): Of New Castle, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 12th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    White, James M.: Of Big Horn, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; slightly wounded in action on March 27th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands; discharged on May 16th, 1899.

    Wiedmer, Raymond F. (Ray): Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mortally wounded in action and died of his wounds on February 5th, 1899, at San Pedro Macati, Philippine Islands.

    Williams, William E.: Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, for two years service at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the Bass Drum, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Wright, James J.: Of Buffalo, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on July 30th, 1873, in Kansas; buried at the Rocky Point Cemetery in Rocky Point, Campbell County, Wyoming.]

    Zook, John Louis: Of Cambria, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 1st, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company C on May 7th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on August 18th, 1880; died on June 28th, 1956; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]


    Company F - Johnson & Albany Counties


        The Company was organized in Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming, as Company F of the First Regiment, Wyoming National Guard.

        On April 28th, 1898, the company received orders to assemble on May 2nd at the State rendezvous in Cheyenne, Wyoming. On May 2nd the Company boarded a train bound for Cheyenne, and at 1:15 a.m. the train arrived in Cheyenne, the men disembarking and marched to Camp Richards, where they were later to be joined by the other companies of the battalion, having traveled 172-miles. The men were put through the necessary medical inspections however a large number of the men were rejected and as a result Company A of the 1st Regiment, Wyoming National Guard, of Laramie, Albany County, was called to Cheyenne to fill out the necessary number of members for the company to be mustered into service. On May 8th, 1898, the Company was mustered into United States service as Company F of the 1st Wyoming Infantry Battalion, United States Volunteers, for the term of two years service, under Captain John D. O’Brien.


    Members of Company F at San Francisco, California, ca. 1898


  • CAPTAIN
  • O’Brien, John D.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Served as a Private and Musician in the 4th United States Artillery Regiment from 1852 to 1856. Served as a Private in Company F of the 4th United States Infantry Regiment from January of 1863 to May of 1877, rising to the rank of First Sergeant of the company, during which service he assisted in the construction of Fort Fetterman in Wyoming in 1867. Enrolled on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Captain of Company F of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; slightly wounded in action (in the right wrist) on March 7th, 1899, at the Pasig River, Philippine Islands; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on May 8th, 1838, in Kildare, Ireland, the son of David and Mary Dunn O’Brien; moved with his family to Liverpool, England, no date, and to New York City, New York, in 1847; married Miss Anastatia Shea (1840-1914) of Kilkenny, Rieland, on May 6th, 1860, and the couple had 15 children (Mollie, David, John, William, Maggie, James, Thomas, Annie, Mary E., Edward, Theresa, Nellie, Nora, Ada, and Lizzie); employed at the United States Custom House in New York City, New York, to January 9th, 1863; served as a justice of the peace, no date; as a notary public, no dates; served with the Wyoming National Guard from 1891 to 1898 (as Captain of Company F in 1891); member of the Department of Colorado & Wyoming, Grand Army of the Republic, and served as a National Aide-de-Camp for that order in 1895; died in August of 1915 at Douglas, Wyoming; buried at the Douglas Park Cemetery in Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming.]

  • FIRST LIEUTENANT
  • Coburn, Harol D.: See First Lieutenant & Battalion Adjutant

  • SECOND LIEUTENANT
  • Rouse, Willard H.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enrolled on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Second Lieutenant of Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 19th, 1858, in Glencoe, Minnesota; moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in July of 1862; moved to the Dakota Territory in 1878; moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1880; moved to Sioux City, Iowa, no date, and was employed with the F.E. & M.V. Railroad Company constructing bridges between Chadron, Nebraska, and Douglas, Wyoming; moved to Douglas, Wyoming, in 1888, and opened a construction business at that place; appointed as City Marshall of Douglas, Wyoming, in 1891 and 1892; elected to the City Council of Douglas, Wyoming, in 1893; served with the Wyoming National Guard from 1891 (as a Private in 1891; promoted to Corporal; to Second Lieutenant in February of 1898); died on May 28th, 1905, at Lusk, Wyoming; buried at the Lusk Cemetery in Lusk, Niobrara County, Wyoming.]

  • FIRST SERGEANT
  • Yelton, William E.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service, at the age of 29; mustered into service as First Sergeant of Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the Company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in Missouri, the son of Oliver Perry (1842-1890) and Anna Elizabeth Browning Yelton; appointed as Second Lieutenant of Company A, Wyoming National Guard, on October 21st, 1895; at the time of his enlistment he was described at being 29 years old, 5 ft. 1/4 in. tall, with blue eyes, brown hair, a fair complexion, and was employed as a carpenter; served in the Laramie Volunteer Fire Department from 1901 to 1927, serving as the Chief of the Department until June of 1927 when he resigned due to ill health; married Miss Ida Reynolds, no dates; remarried to Jessie Marsh, no date; died on August 29th, 1929, at the Fitzimmons Hospital in Denver, Colorado, at the age of 61; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

  • QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT
  • Sherwin, Waldo E.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Quartermaster Sergeant of Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • SERGEANT
  • Harris, Samuel L.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company F of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; honorably discharged on July 11th, 1899, at Manila, Philippine Islands. Later served with the Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

    Mast, William J.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on May 11th, 1947; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Negus, Charles B.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Pease, Franklin Wallace: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on June 22nd, 1880, in Laramie, Wyoming; died on November 12th, 1953; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Scanlon, James L.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on July 24th, 1922, at Chicago, Illinois.]

  • CORPORAL
  • Briggs, Walter Scott: Of Lusk, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Corporal in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on July 30th, 1906; buried at the Monument Hill Cemetery in Thermopolis, Hot Springs County, Wyoming.]

    Burns, Nathan E.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 27th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Frick, Frederick: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on April 3rd, 1879; died on March 19th, 1964; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Olson, Thomas: Mustered into service as a Corporal in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; died at sea on August 6th, 1899, aboard the transport ‘Grant.’ [Died at sea on August 6th, 1899; buried at the National Cemetery in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.]

    Ponting, John G.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on March 1st, 1877; died on January 27th, 1968; buried at the Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.]

    Rose, Edward R.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Later Service with Troops B & F of the 6th United States Cavalry Regiment and the 35th Company, Coast Artillery Corps. [Died on February 1st, 1913.]

    Triggs, George E.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • COMPANY COOK (CORPORAL)
  • Bartlett, Walter: Of Wheatland, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service Corporal and Company Cook of Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899.

  • ARTIFICER
  • Fisher, Carl W.: Of Akron, Colorado. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Artificer, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Smith, Jed A.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Artificer of Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899. [Born on May 5th, 1869; died on June 5th, 1945; buried at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, San Mateo County, California.]

  • WAGONER
  • Eberhart, Richard: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Wagoner of Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on May 26th, 1941; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

  • MUSICIAN
  • Frick Jr., John: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Musician in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on January 25th, 1935; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Rouse, Edgar R.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Musician in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the Baritone, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Member of the Casper Collins Camp No. 1, Department of Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no date; died on April 6th, 1928, at Los Angeles, California.]

  • PRIVATE
  • Adams, Ernest: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1880; died in 1939; buried at the Douglas Park Cemetery in Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming.]

    Barton, Charles H. (Alias Howard L. Albert): Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Barton, Thomas B.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1866 in Cincinnati, Ohio; died on January 26th, 1900, at Laramie, Wyoming; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Bowker, Ernest R.: Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; died of typhoid fever on July 24th, 1898, aboard the transport “Ohio” at sea. [Born in 1872; died at sea on July 24th, 1898, aboard the transport “Ohio;” buried at sea; centopah at the DeWitt City Cemetery in De Witt, Clinton County, Michigan.]

    Brandis, Charles W.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on September 6th, 1928, at Laramie, Wyoming; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Brown, Joseph A.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1879; died on December 6th, 1941; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Brownlee, Arthur W.: Of Glen Rock, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Burton, Joseph (James): Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Byerly, Stephen A.D.: Of Glen Rock, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1861; died on July 1st, 1913, at Ceres, California; buried at the Modesto Citizens Cemetery in Modesto, Stanislaus County, California.]

    Byers, Wells A.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to Company F, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on July 15th, 1867; died on November 17th, 1936; buried at the Kohlerlawn Cemetery in Nampa, Canyon County, Idaho.]

    Cayler, Ralph C.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on August 16th, 1879; member of the Henry W. Lawton Camp No. 1 (Denver), Department of Colorado & Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no dates; died on June 11th, 1966; buried at the Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Denver County, Colorado.]

    Cole, Charles A.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Crumrine, Harry R.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service;mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; slightly wounded in action (in the dorsum of the foot) on February 5th, 1899, at San Pedro Macati, Philippine Islands; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on December 14th, 1929; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Cunningham, Benjamin F.: Of Casper, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on January 1st, 1880, at Rawlins, Wyoming, the son of Sylvanus and Ellen Cunningham; married Miss Jessie Willoughby on June 29th, 1908, at Lost Cabin, Wyoming; moved to Chico, California, in May of 1955; was a member of the Fremont Camp No. 9, Department of Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, as well as serving as the Department Commander, no dates; of the Wind River Post No. 3628, Veterans of Foreign Wars, of Riverton, Wyoming, no dates; of the Riverton Lodge No. 26, Freemasons, of Riverton, Wyoming, and was the past master of the Shoshoni Lodge No. 25 of the Freemasons, no dates; died on July 19th, 1957, at the Veterans Hospital in Oakland, California; buried at the Chico Cemetery in Chico, Butte County, California.]

    Cunningham, Ernest A. (Alias Ernest A. Adams): Of Casper, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [died on November 23rd, 1921, at Berkeley, California.]

    Dennis, Bert E.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Dobby, Alexander: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; court-martialed for looting in August of 1898, and was fined ten dollars and two months confinement; wounded in action on May 15th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Married Miss Winifred R. Knadler (1882-1973), no date; buried at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.]

    Donahoo, William T.: Of Wheatland, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 24th, 1860; died on July 29th, 1903; buried at the Nelson Cemetery in Nelson, Nuckolls County, Nebraska.]

    Ericson, Eric: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Evans, William J.: Of Casper, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 27th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on August 8th, 1874; married Miss Maud C. ____ (1881-1970), no date; member of the Casper Collins Camp No. 1, Department of Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no date; died on May 20th, 1945; buried at the Highland Cemetery in Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming.]

    Frick, Joseph (Alias Joseph T. Cooper): Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Frisby, Jonathan E.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Served in the First World War as a Captain with the 315th Field Signal Battalion. [Born on February 22nd, 1878, in Bethany, Missouri, the son of Adnah H. (1848-1929) and Viloa Bunch Frisby (1851-1911); married Miss Bessie Snyder (1877-1927) on August 12th, 1902, in Bethany, Missouri, the couple had six children (Roy Edwin, Louise Roberta, Dean Elliott, Carl Evan, Katherine Mable, and Doris Frances); served in the Wyoming State Legislature, no dates; member of the Casper Collins Camp No. 1, Department of Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no date; died on May 14th, 1937, at Casper, Wyoming; buried at the Highland Cemetery in Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming.]

    Garfield, Edward M.: Of Iroquois, Illinois. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Gray, Arthur W.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on October 16th, 1930, at Denver, Colorado; buried at the Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, Denver County, Colorado.]

    Hudson, William D.: Of San Francisco, California. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on December 8th, 1898.

    Kellogg, William A.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 3rd, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Knadler, Charles M.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on January 18th, 1875; died on July 28th, 1954; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Knox Jr., John: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Laird, George Robert: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on August 17th, 1875; died on August 2nd, 1955; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angles County, California.]

    Lange, Carl H.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the 1st Alto, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died in April of 1914 in Montana.]

    Larson, Charles J.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on January 23rd, 1878; died on November 11th, 1958; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Lohlein, John Joseph: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 2nd, 1877; died on January 18th, 1952; buried at the National Cemetery at Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Lucas, Orange S.: Of Casper, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 7th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on May 29th, 1937; buried at the National Cemetery in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.]

    Lytle, Wesley: Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; died on July 22nd, 1899, in the Philippine Islands.

    Marsh, George: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Marsh, John J.: Of Casper, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on August 18th, 1899.

    McCumber, James E.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 27th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on October 7th, 1917, in Wyoming.]

    Miller, Carl F.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the 2nd Tenor, no dates; discharged on July 28th, 1899.

    Miller, Fred A.: Of Council Bluffs, Iowa. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Moyer, George R.: Of Casper, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; discharged on July 24th, 1899. Later served with the United States Army Quartermaster Corps. [Died on January 15th, 1911, in the Philippine Islands.]

    Niedheimer, Edward: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Later served with Battery A of the 3rd United States Artillery Regiment.

    Olday, Emiel: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on March 16th, 1879; died on February 8th, 1967; buried at the Mariposa Cemetery in Mariposa County, California.]

    Reals, Reuben Joseph (R.G.): Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Cheyenne, Wyoming; sick in quarters from June 4th to 15th, August 27th, 31st, and September 1st, 1898; in the hospital from September 2nd to 7th, 1898, for a granular abscess to the left groin followed by a cancroid that were incurred outside of the line of duty, and again from September 8th to October 9th, 1898, with a granular abscess to the upper third left femoral space, inner surface, in the line of duty; in the hospital from November 1st to 6th, 1898, with a bubo to the left side following cancroids, no in the line of duty; in the hospital from April 3rd to 7th, 1899, with remittent malarial fever incurred in the line of duty; in the hospital from May 1st to 23rd and 27th to 29th, 1899, with sub-acute gastroenteritis incurred in the line of duty; in the hospital from May 28th to July 9th, 1899, with acute dysentery incurred in the line of duty; sick in hospital from July 9th to August 5th, 1899, with acute dysentery incurred in the line of duty; mustered out of service with the Company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Applied for a pension on July 11th, 1906, as a result of dysentery contracted in the Philippines around February 14th, 1899, as well as pemphigus and pleurisy that were the results of the change in clime and life during his service, the claim was rejected on March 10th, 1910, due to the lack of evidence that any of his ailments were the result of his service, and was again rejected on February 11th, 1911; had the lower middle third of his left leg amputated on March 21st, 1911; died on October 15th, 1939, in Denver, Colorado; buried at the Mount Calvary Cemetery in Denver, Denver County, Colorado.]

    Richards, Albert G.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 5th, 1866; died on December 28th, 1947; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Roach, Henry Neale: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on July 16th, 1967; buried at the Greenhill Cemetery in Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.]

    Robb, Howard: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Robinson, Charles E.: Of Lusk, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1853 in Michigan; died on February 27th, 1927, at St. Cloud, Florida; buried at the Mount Peace Cemetery in St. Cloud, Osceola County, Florida.]

    Ruhl, Edwin O.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the 1st Tenor, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on June 10th, 1873, in East Germantown, Indiana; died on October 9th, 1916, at Douglas, Wyoming; buried at the Douglas Park Cemetery in Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming.]

    Ruhsert, Henry: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1873; died in 1959; buried at the White Chapel Memorial Gardens in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas.]

    Schmidt, Frank K.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 17th, 1871, in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany; died on February 21st, 1935, at Douglas, Wyoming; buried at the Douglas Park Cemetery in Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming.]

    Skinner, Mark A.: Of Glen Rock, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; discharged on July 29th, 1899. [Died on August 10th, 1933, at Los Angeles, California; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Smith, William Franklin: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 22nd, 1863, in Limestone County, Texas; died on September 24th, 1912, at Casper, Wyoming; buried at the Highland Cemetery in Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming.]

    Snow, George W.: Of Victor, Oregon. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Stockton, William B.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Trosper, Joseph S.: Of Glen Rock, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899. [Born in 1849; died on April 28th, 1928, in Idaho; buried at the Kohlerlawn Cemetery in Nampa, Canyon County, Idaho.]

    Vidal, James A.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as Slide Trombone, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1877; died in 1945; buried at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.]

    Waechter, Harry George: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on April 10th, 1945; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Watt, William R.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Wesche (Jr.), Ernest: Of Scotland, South Dakota. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1863; died on June 8th, 1926, at Cheyenne, Wyoming; buried at the Lakeview Cemetery in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming.]

    White, Arthur: Of Huron, South Dakota. Enlisted on April 25th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    White, Robert J.: Of Casper, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Wiese, Henry J.: Of Manville, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Wyatt, John F.: Of Douglas, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company F on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.


    Company G - Sheridan County


        The Company was organized in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming, as Company G of the First Regiment, Wyoming National Guard.

        On April 28th, 1898, the company received orders to assemble on May 2nd at the State rendezvous at Cheyenne, Wyoming. On May 2nd the Company boarded a special train bound for Cheyenne, at 11:30 a.m. the train, with Company C on board as well, arrived in Cheyenne, the men disembarking and marching to Camp Richards, where they joined Company F which had arrived a few hours earlier, having traveled a total of 532-miles. On May 10th, 1898, the Company was mustered into United States service as Company G of the 1st Wyoming Infantry Battalion, United States Volunteers, for the term of two years service, under Captain Daniel C. Wrighter.


    Members of Company G at San Francisco, California, ca. 1898


  • CAPTAIN
  • Wrighter, Daniel Clifford: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enrolled on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Captain of Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on August 26th, 1864, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; educated at the Williams Academy in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, no dates; moved to Omaha, Nebraska, in 1879-1880; employed in the Engineer Department of the Union Pacific & Missouri Pacific Railroad Companies in 1881, making surveys through Wyoming and Colorado; moved to Sheridan, Wyoming, in 1887 and was employed as a Civil Engineer to 1899; employed with the Engineering Department of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company from 1889 to 1892 making surveys in Washington and Idaho; married Miss Madeline Tiffany on August 7th, 1895, at Sheridan, Wyoming, and the couple had three children (Helen T., John C., & William D.); moved to Spokane, Washington, in 1899, and was employed as a Civil Engineer in that city to 1903; moved to Lewiston, Idaho, in 1903, and was appointed as the City Engineer; member of the Freemasons, the Elks, and the Woodmen of the World; died on November 16th, 1918, in Idaho.]

  • FIRST LIEUTENANT
  • Howe, Hezekiah P.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enrolled on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as First Lieutenant of Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in Burtonsville, New York; moved to Indiana in 1860, and was employed as a carpenter; moved to New York in 1880, and was employed as a foreman with a construction company; moved to Sheridan, Wyoming, in 1892, and was employed as a carpenter; served with the Wyoming National Guard from 1893 (as a Private in Company G in 1893; promoted to Sergeant, no date; to First Sergeant, no date; elected as First Lieutenant on June 29th, 1897); died on December 28th, 1929, at Buffalo, Wyoming; buried at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming.]

  • SECOND LIEUTENANT
  • Morgareidge, Johnson W.: See Second Lieutenant & Battalion Quartermaster

  • FIRST SERGEANT
  • McClure, John Oliver: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as First Sergeant of Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on January 24th, 1874; member of the Henry W. Lawton Camp No. 1 (Denver), Department of Colorado & Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no dates; died on December 8th, 1964; buried at the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in San Diego, San Diego County, California.]

  • QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT
  • Fuer, Charles: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Quartermaster Sergeant, no date; discharged on July 18th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands. Later service with Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment from 1899 to 1901. [Died in 1938; buried at the Mountview Cemetery in Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana.]

    Herron, Marynard J.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Quartermaster Sergeant, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Zander, Chester Z.A.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Quartermaster Sergeant of Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on May 28th, 1898. [Born on October 20th, 1869, in Prairie due Chien, Wisconsin; married Miss Jennie Viola Fairfield on June 18th, 1894; moved to Sheridan, Wyoming, in 1896; died on July 30th, 1947, at Salem, Oregon; buried at the Acacia Memorial Park in Lake Forest, King County, Washington.]

  • SERGEANT
  • Brown, John A.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on October 8th, 1889, as a Private in Company G of the 12th United States Infantry Regiment; honorably discharged on October 9th, 1894. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company G of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; discharged on July 15th, 1899. Enlisted on July 16th, 1899, at Manila, Philippine Islands, and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment; promoted to Second Lieutenant, no date; honorably discharged from volunteer service in 1901 at San Francisco, California. [Died on July 28th, 1932, at Dallas, Texas.]

    Geere, Frank: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company G of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on September 1st, 1899. Appointed as a Second Lieutenant of Artillery with the United States Army Artillery Corps on September 23rd, 1901; accepted the appointment on June 26th, 1902; promoted to First Lieutenant of Artillery on January 25th, 1907; promoted to Captain in the Coast Artillery Corps on March 11th, 1911; detailed to the Quartermaster Corps from June 16th, 1916, to May 22nd, 1918; promoted temporarily to the rank of Major of Artillery from August 5th, 1917, to May 19th, 1918. Appointed as a Lieutenant Colonel in the National Army on May 17th, 1918; accepted the appointment on May 20th, 1918; honorably discharged from service with the National Army on June 1st, 1920. Promoted to Major on July 1st, 1920; promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on April 1st, 1924; promoted to Colonel on December 1st, 1933; retired from active service on September 30th, 1934, due to disability incurred in the line of duty. [Born on January 2nd, 1879, in England; died on November 23rd, 1946, at the Letterman General Hospital in San Francisco, California; buried at the National Cemetery in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.]

    Guyer, Edmund G.: See Sergeant Major with the Battalion Field & Staff

    Hoback, Oscar E.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Buried at the Riverview Cemetery in Worland, Washakie County, Wyoming.]

    June, William D.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1874 in Rutland, Vermont; died on November 11th, 1961, at Sheridan, Wyoming; buried at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

    Morgareidge, Alva T.: Of Haga, Ohio. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • CORPORAL
  • Cahill, Charles H.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 9th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1874; died in 1934; buried at the Mount Olivet Cemetery in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming.]

    Florida, Alfred A.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Corporal in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Buried at the Morris Hill Cemetery in Boise, Ada County, Idaho.]

    Morrison, James E.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Rule, Henry T.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Corporal in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on March 4th, 1862; died on May 16th, 1950, at Sheridan, Wyoming; buried at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

    Zander, Almer D.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Corporal in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1870; died in 1944; buried at the Greenacres Memorial Park in Ferndale, Whatcom County, Washington.]

  • COMPANY COOK (CORPORAL)
  • Spehr, Paul: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Corporal & Company Cook of Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on June 24th, 1864, in Germany; member of the Casper Collins Camp No. 1, Department of Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no date; died in 1936; buried at the Douglas Park Cemetery in Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming.]

  • ARTIFICER
  • Zullig, Herbert E.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Artificer of Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on October 17th, 1876, at Mooresville, Missouri; died on October 4th, 1957, at Sheridan, Wyoming; buried at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

  • WAGONER
  • Lewis, David: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Wagoner of Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • MUSICIAN
  • Clubb, Harry H.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Musician in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the Solo B Cornet and Band Leader, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on January 28th, 1877; died on June 27th, 1951; buried at the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in San Diego, San Diego County, California.]

    Owenhouse, Joseph A.: See Musician with Company C

    Robinson (Robertson), Robert B.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Musician in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the 2nd Alto, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Small, George E.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Musician in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; slightly wounded in action on March 7th, 1899, near the Pasig River, Philippine Islands; discharged on April 12th, 1899.

  • PRIVATE
  • Akin, George N.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on September 30th, 1873; died on November 25th, 1947; buried at the National Cemetery at Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona.]

    Anderson, Carl M.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Anderson, Peter W.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on June 22nd, 1899.

    Ballard, Charles A.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Blackmer, George Edwin (Edward): Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on October 5th, 1854; died on January 16th, 1942; buried at the Oakwood Cemetery in Casey, Adair County, Iowa.]

    Briggs, George (Real Name - Harry D. Wicks): Enlisted under the name of George Briggs on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the Snare Drum player, no dates; committed suicide on April 12th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands. [Died on April 12th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands; buried at the National Cemetery in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.]

    Brookhart, Leslie Shellabarger: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Bruner, Frank M.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Burnell, Arlester L.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 3rd, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1878; died in 1972; buried at the Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, Denver County, Colorado.]

    Byers, Wells: See Private with Company F

    Cahill, Frank A.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1879; died in 1953; buried at the Mount Olivet Cemetery in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming.]

    Calder, Carter E. (H.): Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as the Tuba player, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1879; died in 1958; buried at the Mount Hope Cemetery in Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas.]

    Caldwell, Charles C.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on June 25th, 1929, in Washington.]

    Clause, George J.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1879; died in 1959; buried at the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Hayward, Alameda County, California.]

    Coleman, John Edward: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on October 12th, 1874, in Kansas; died on November 29th, 1951, at Powell, Wyoming; buried at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Powell, Park County, Wyoming.]

    Coleman, Niles R.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on July 7th, 1870, in Iowa, the son of Thomas Henry and Lavina Jane Slaughter Coleman; died on January 15th, 1940, at Los Angeles, California; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Davidson, Mortin (Martin) L.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 15th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands. Enlisted on July 16th, 1899, at Manila, Philippine Islands; mustered into service as a Private in Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment in 1899; honorably discharged on March 16th, 1901. Enlisted on March 21st, 1901, as a Private in Company B of the 17th United States Infantry Regiment; honorably discharged on January 29th, 1904. Enlisted on January 30th, 1904, as a Private in the Casual Detachment of the 17th United States Infantry Regiment; honorably discharged on March 25th, 1904. Enlisted on March 27th, 1904, at a Private in Company F of the 2nd United States Infantry Regiment; honorably discharged in February of 1906. Enlisted in February of 1906 as a Private in Company K of the 29th United States Infantry Regiment; honorably discharged on October 8th, 1906. Enlisted on October 9th, 1906, as a Private in Company G of the 29th United States Infantry Regiment. [Born on October 20th, 1857, in Illinois; married Miss Judith Weeks in 1911; died on August 29th, 1926, at Decatur, Illinois; buried at the Mount Zion Cemetery in Mount Zion, Macon County, Illinois.]

    Dudley, Cory W.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 9th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Evans, George H.: Of San Francisco, California. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Ferris, William H.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on January 2nd, 1899. [Died on September 14th, 1905, at Cheyenne, Wyoming; buried at the Lakeview Cemetery in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming.]

    Galvin, Jeremiah J.: Of San Francisco, California. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1856; died in 1916; buried at the Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Colma, San Mateo County, California.]

    Gaulke, Herman F.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on May 8th, 1951; buried at the Lakeview Cemetery in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming.]

    George, Henry: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 14th, 1874, in Greeley, Colorado; died on September 2nd, 1943, at Sheridan, Wyoming; buried at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

    Grable, Emil R.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 17th, 1857, in Pennsylvania; died on April 8th, 1919; buried at the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.]

    Grigg (Griggs), William B.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 4th, 1870; died on January 9th, 1949; buried at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

    Hawes, Steeley (Seeley) S.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 9th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 31st, 1899, in the Philippine Islands. Enlisted on August 1st, 1899, at Manila, Philippine Islands; mustered into service as a Private in Company E of the 37th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment, no date; transferred to Company K on April 6th, 1900; honorably discharged on December 27th, 1900.

    Henry, Thomas J.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Hohrman, Charles: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted as a Private in Troop D of the 3rd United States Cavalry Regiment on February 21st, 1888; honorably discharged on May 20th, 1891. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died in 1948; buried at the Custer National Cemetery in the Crow Agency, Big Horn County, Montana.]

    Humphrey, Bert: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Idelman Jr., Max: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 9th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Later service with the United States Army Quartermaster Corps during the First World War. [Born on September 16th, 1878, in Russia; died on November 15th, 1933; buried at the Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Cemetery in Ladue, St. Louis County, Missouri.]

    Jones, Charles E.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Jordan, Maximilian P.E.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Koontz, Robert C.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died in July of 1923 (1933?) at Butte, Montana.]

    Lindberg, Andrew: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Lloyd, Richard B.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    McClure, Charles M.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    McGuire, Vincent L.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on August 5th, 1879; died on March 2nd, 1945; buried at the Mount Olivet Cemetery in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming.]

    McVeigh, Thomas: Of Ft. D.A. Russell, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; discharged on September 16th, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Monical, John A.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on January 22nd, 1932; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Oder, John C.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 9th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on September 27th, 1879; died on January 27th, 1906, at Cheyenne, Wyoming; buried at the Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, Denver County, Colorado.]

    Parker, Arthur W.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Petersen, James N.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 9th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Buried at the Oak Ridge Cemetery in Dannebrog, Howard County, Nebraska.]

    Peterson (Petersen), Peter Wilhelm: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 24th, 1875; died on August 7th, 1950; buried at the National Cemetery in Alton, Madison County, Illinois.]

    Preston, Henry H.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as Solo B Cornet, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Reece, Charles Noble: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 10th, 1879; died on June 5th, 1961; buried at the Victor Valley Memorial Park at Victorville, San Bernardino County, California.]

    Richardson, Henry A.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1898.

    Richardson, Wilbur A. (O.): Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 1st, 1898. [Died on July 3rd, 1929, at the National Military Home in Ohio; buried at the National Cemetery in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio.]

    Ryder, Thomas: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 9th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Schmidt, Lewis (Louis) R.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on August 9th, 1899. [Member of the Casper Collins Camp No. 1, Department of Wyoming, United Spanish War Veterans, no date.]

    Schubert, Charles J.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on April 24th, 1873, in Germany; died on November 7th, 1946, at Sheridan, Wyoming; buried at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery in Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming.]

    Skinner, William D.: Of Laramie, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on June 7th, 1873; died on March 27th, 1920; buried at the Nucla Cemetery in Nucla, Montrose County, Colorado.]

    Stevens, Eugene H.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Stoneman, Madison U.: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on November 23rd, 1891, as a Private in Troop K of the 8th United States Cavalry Regiment; honorably discharged on August 17th, 1892. Enlisted on May 9th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; detailed to the Battalion Band as 1st B Cornet, no dates; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Later served as a Captain in the Medical Corps of the National Army during the First World War. [Born in 1871; died in 1956; buried at the Pomona Cemetery in Pomona, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Strom, Olaf E.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1880; died in 1907; buried at the Lakeview Cemetery in Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York.]

    Sullivan, Daniel: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Taylor, Everett Washburn: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on June 18th, 1907.]

    Trowbridge, Sylvester B.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on July 10th, 1859; died on May 25th, 1944; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Walsh, Oliver M.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 26th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on July 6th, 1924, at the Soldiers Home in California; buried at the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.]

    Wells, Charles H.: Of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Wicks, Harry D.: See Private George Briggs

    Williams, Timothy: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1871 in Henry, Illinois; died on February 23rd, 1914, at Cheyenne, Wyoming; buried at the Mount Olivet Cemetery in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming.]

    Wilseck, Charles: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company G on May 10th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; died of typhoid fever on July 2nd, 1899. [Buried at the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming.]


    Company H - Uinta County


        The Company was organized in Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming, as Company H of the First Regiment, Wyoming National Guard.

        On April 28th, 1898, the company received orders to assemble on May 2nd at the State rendezvous at Cheyenne, Wyoming. On May 2nd the Company boarded a train bound for Cheyenne, and arrived at that place at 3:00 p.m., the men disembarking and marching to Camp Richards, where they joined the other three companies of the battalion, having traveled a distance of 439-miles. After the necessary medical inspections the company was below the number of required members and as a result had several new recruits added to the company from Rock Springs and Cheyenne, which filled out the company. On May 8th, 1898, the Company was mustered into United States service as Company H of the 1st Wyoming Infantry Battalion, United States Volunteers, for the term of two years service, under Captain Edward P. Holtenhouse.


    Members of Company H at San Francisco, California, ca. 1898


  • CAPTAIN
  • Holtenhouse, Edward P.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enrolled on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as Captain of Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on February 8th, 1867, at Kalamazoo, Michigan; moved to Evanston, Wyoming, in 1885, and was employed with the firm of Beckwith & Lauder Commercial Company; appointed as the Postmaster of Evanston in April of 1898; served with the Wyoming National Guard from 1892 (as a Sergeant in Company H in 1892; elected as Captain in 1897); buried at the Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park in Seattle, King County, Washington.]

  • FIRST LIEUTENANT
  • Ohlenkamp (Olencamp), Henry F.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as First Lieutenant of Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Employed as a brakeman with the Union Pacific Railroad Company in November of 1897; served with the Wyoming National Guard from 1897 (as First Lieutenant of Company H in 1897); died on July 11th, 1900; buried at the Evanston City Cemetery in Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming.]

  • SECOND LIEUTENANT
  • Fast, George F.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enrolled on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Second Lieutenant in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; served as the Battalion Quartermaster from May 8th, 1898, to January of 1899; discharged on April 25th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands. [Born on March 1st, 1864, in Beaver County, Pennsylvania; employed as the Express Agent of the Pacific Express Company in Evanston, Wyoming, to 1898; served with the Wyoming National Guard from 1897 (as Second Lieutenant of Company H in 1897); died on February 17th, 1948, at Douglas, Arizona; buried at the Calvary Cemetery in Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.]

    Williams, Thomas A.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as First Sergeant of Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Second Lieutenant on April 26th, 1899, vice Lieutenant Fast was discharged; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on July 22nd, 1873, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin; moved to Wyoming in 1883, and was employed as a salesman.]

  • FIRST SERGEANT
  • De Loney, William Charles: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; promoted to First Sergeant in April of 1899; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT
  • Fox, Charles W. (Alias – Charles Fuchs): Of Kemmerer, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 27th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; promoted to Quartermaster Sergeant, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Previously served with Company A of the 7th United States Infantry Regiment.

    Taylor, William O.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Quartermaster Sergeant of Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on April 31st, 1899.

  • SERGEANT
  • Crase, Frank A.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on June 4th, 1868; died on November 7th, 1947; buried at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, San Mateo County, California.]

    Moore, Benjamin Grant: See Battalion Sergeant Major

    Morganson, James A.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 9th, 1877, at Salt Lake City, Utah; died on July 20th, 1960, at Payson, Utah; buried at the Santaquin City Cemetery in Santaquin, Utah County, Utah.]

    Townson, John Lewis: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on June 27th, 1880; died on November 19th, 1918; buried at the Evanston City Cemetery in Evanston, Unita County, Wyoming,]

    Winslow, James Hathaway: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Sergeant in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on March 29th, 1882, the son of Isaac Cory (1838-1901) and Martha Hughes Winslow (1845-1919); died on November 13th, 1904; buried at the Evanston City Cemetery in Evanston, Unita County, Wyoming,]

  • CORPORAL
  • Bender, Rea Alwin: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Corporal in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 23rd, 1876; died on May 1st, 1941; buried at the Holbrook Cemetery in Holbrook, Navajo County, Arizona.]

    Code, John J.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Holden, Thomas: Mustered into service as a Corporal in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; died on July 6th, 1898, at San Francisco, California. Previously served with Company H of the 21st United States Infantry Regiment. [Died on July 6th, 1898, at San Francisco, California.]

    Houston (Houstan), William H.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Corporal in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Buried at the Salt Lake City Cemetery in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.]

    Patterson, Peter F.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted as a Private in Company A of the 7th United States Infantry Regiment on January 17th, 1889; honorably discharged on September 19th, 1891. Enlisted as a Private in Company G of the 7th United States Infantry Regiment on September 20th, 1891; honorably discharged on December 12th, 1893. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company H of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1863; died on January 6th, 1930, at Rock Springs, Wyoming; buried at the Rock Springs Cemetery in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming.]

    Raferty (Rafferty), James Elmer: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 7th, 1873, in Kansas; died in 1924 at Reliance, Wyoming; buried at the Rock Springs Cemetery in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming.]

    Sherman, Jacob: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted as a Private in Company F of the 8th United States Infantry Regiment on September 3rd, 1894; honorably discharged on July 3rd, 1896. Enlisted as a Private in Company A of the 8th United States Infantry Regiment on July 4th, 1896; honorably discharged on October 18th, 1897. Enlisted on May 3rd, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Corporal in Company H of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • COMPANY COOK (CORPORAL)
  • Thatcher, John W.: Of De Graff, Ohio. Mustered into service as Corporal & Company Cook of Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • ARTIFICER
  • Jones, Harry: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Artificer of Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • WAGONER
  • Shaw Jr., Joseph: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as Wagoner of Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • MUSICIAN
  • Miller, Harry: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Musician in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Seigel, Fred L. (Alias – Fred Lutz): Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Musician in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

  • PRIVATE
  • Able (Abel), Ferdinand: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Allen, Lloyd W.: Of Lakeport, California. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on May 27th, 1921.]

    Anderson, Andrew: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Anderson, Anton: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 27th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Arthurs, Albert E.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on August 13th, 1898. [Born on September 27th, 1874; died on March 9th, 1958; buried at the Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.]

    Bowen, Frank: Of Grand Island, Nebraska. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born in 1881; died on December 12th, 1964; buried at the Grand Island Cemetery in Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska.]

    Brown, Harry: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for two years service; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on May 17th, 1928, in Illinois.]

    Burmeister (Bruemister), Louis: Of Walnut, Iowa. Enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 11th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Burns, William C.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 8th, 1899, in the Philippine Islands. Enlisted as a Private in Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment on July 9th, 1899, at Manila, Philippine Islands; mustered out of service with the company in May of 1901 at San Francisco, California.

    Byrnes, William T.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Caldwell, William F.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 27th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Calkins, Albert M.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the 1st Company, United States Volunteer Signal Corps, no date; no further information. [Died on February 11th, 1923; buried at the Woodlawn Cemetery in DeRidder, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana.]

    Carpenter, Calvin: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Carson, Oscar O.: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; slightly wounded in action on March 7th, 1899, at the Pasig River, Philippine Islands; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Christensen (Christenson), Peter: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on November 8th, 1873, in Denmark; died on May 4th, 1916, at Salt Lake City, Utah; buried at the Riverview Cemetery in Green River, Sweetwater County, Wyoming.]

    Clark, William J.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Crosbie (Crosbye), Robert: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Erickson, Charles: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Fermazin, Reinhart: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899. [Born on January 28th, 1875, in Godziwy, Schubin, Posen, Prussia; immigrated to the United States in the 1870’s, settling in Aurora, Illinois; moved to Minnesota, no date; returned to Aurora, Illinois, ca. 1899, and was employed as a farm laborer; moved to Chicago, Illinois, in 1903; married Miss Sharlot Wittelsbach (died of consumption) in Chicago, Illinois, no date; re-married Miss Lillian ____ (died in 1930 of multiple sclerosis) in Chicago, Illinois, no date; moved to Lemmon, Perkin County, South Dakota, in 1908, where he obtained a 160-acre plot under the Homestead Act; moved to Chicago, Illinois, in 1920, and was employed as a motorman for the Chicago Surface Railway Company; married Miss Anna _____ in Chicago, Illinois, in 1931; died on November 13th, 1939, in Chicago, Illinois, at the age of 64.]

    Freerks, William: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on September 15th, 1898.

    Hall, Harry E.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Hangartner (Hangnertner), John: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Later service with the 27th Company, Coast Artillery Corps. [Born on February 28th, 1877; died on November 16th, 1965; buried at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, San Mateo County, California.]

    Hanson, John B.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on April 28th, 1904.]

    Hassard (Hazzard), Morley L.: Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; died of cerebro-spinal meningitis on November 6th, 1898. [Born in 1878; died on November 6th, 1898; buried at the Mount Olivet Cemetery in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.]

    Hemmelwright (Hemmel), Joseph F.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 20th, 1881, in Utah; died on July 7th, 1917, at Sunnyside, Utah; buried at the Valley View Cemetery in Sunnyside, Carbon County, Utah.]

    Howard, James A.: Of New Lebanon, Indiana. Enlisted on April 28th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Jackson, Philip S.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Johns, Ira: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Johnson, Emil: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on April 12th, 1911; buried at the Rock Springs Cemetery in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming.]

    Jones, Francis McC.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 3rd, 1898, for two year service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Jones, Lawrence A.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Jones, Thomas Oliver Milton: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on December 5th, 1898. [Born on July 22nd, 1871, in Sheldon, Illinois; married Miss Bertha Jane Dike in 1901 in Nebraska, and the couple had three children; died on October 11th, 1918, at Bakersfield, California; buried at the Union Cemetery in Bakersfield, Kern County, California.]

    Karlburg, John Emel: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on October 1st, 1874; died on March 30th, 1964; buried at the Cloverdale Memorial Park in Boise, Ada County, Idaho.]

    Kaus, Christian: Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; died on July 7th, 1899.

    Kelley, William: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 6th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    La Comb, Edward (F.): Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 27th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on December 18th, 1936; buried at the Ft. Lyon National Cemetery in Ft. Lyon, Bent County, Colorado.]

    Leyshon (Levshon), Joseph D.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 28th, 1899.

    Lyst, Edward: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Enlisted on May 1st, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 18th, 1899. Enlisted as a Private in Company H of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment on July 19th, 1899, at Manila, Philippine Islands; mustered out of service with the company in May of 1901 at San Francisco, California. [Died on February 22nd, 1931 (1932?).]

    McDowell, Alfred C.: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died in April of 1927.]

    Meguire (McGuire), Thomas: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Miles, James: Of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Nichols, William: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H of the 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry Battalion on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 18th, 1899. Enlisted as a Private in Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment on July 19th, 1899, at Manila, Philippine Islands; honorably discharged in March of 1901. Enlisted as a Private in Company M of the 30th United States Infantry Regiment on April 19th, 1901; honorably discharged on April 19th, 1904. Enlisted as a Private in Company L of the 20th United States Infantry Regiment on June 1st, 1904; honorably discharged on September 27th, 1906. Enlisted as a Private in Company K of the 22nd United States Infantry Regiment on June 10th, 1907; honorably discharged on April 9th, 1910. [Died on July 22nd, 1928, at the National Military Home in Kansas; buried at the National Cemetery at Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kansas.]

    Perry, Dennis: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Buried at the Stockton Rural Cemetery in Stockton, San Joaquin County, California.]

    Raferty (Rafferty), John: Of Diamondville, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Roberts, Peter: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on January 25th, 1913.]

    Roslyn, Samuel C.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on January 1st, 1873; died on October 20th, 1958; buried at the National Cemetery at Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas.]

    Rowland, Michael J.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on December 9th, 1920.]

    Schopp Jr., Philip: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on July 10th, 1899.

    Sedlack, Martin: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. Later service with Troop G of the 4th United States Cavalry Regiment. [Died on February 24th, 1918, at Rock Springs, Wyoming; buried at the Rock Springs Cemetery in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming.]

    Sellon, Edward L.: Of Fort Bridger, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on February 14th, 1880, at Murray, Iowa; died on January 9th, 1911, at Salt Lake City, Utah; buried at the Plainview Cemetery in Big Piney, Sublette County, Wyoming.]

    Sessions, George Wallace: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on June 28th, 1875, at Heber City, Utah; died on August 9th, 1923, at Park City, Utah; buried at the Park City Cemetery in Park City, Summit County, Utah.]

    Sperling, Peter E. (C.): Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Thuesen (Teusen, Tuesen), Hans C.: Of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on December 25th, 1870; died on November 3rd, 1961; buried at the Rock Springs Cemetery in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming.]

    Vanblaricon (Vanbliricon), Orie A.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; discharged on January 15th, 1899.

    Wilkinson, Paul S.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on November 8th, 1918; buried at the National Cemetery in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.]

    Wilkinson, Robert: Of Rapid City, South Dakota. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on February 21st, 1933, in California; buried at the National Cemetery in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.]

    Wollam (Woolam), William A.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California.

    Woods, Dana N.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; transferred to the Regimental Hospital Corps, no date; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Buried at the Mountain View Cemetery in Pocatello, Bannock County, Idaho.]

    Wright, Herbert S.: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Died on January 17th, 1912, in Ohio; buried at the Woodland Cemetery in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.]

    Zemp, Alfred Elmer: Of Evanston, Wyoming. Enlisted on April 29th, 1898, for two years service; mustered into service as a Private in Company H on May 8th, 1898, at Camp Richards in Cheyenne, Wyoming; mustered out of service with the company on September 23rd, 1899, at San Francisco, California. [Born on July 13th, 1876; died on January 25th, 1955; buried at the Evanston City Cemetery in Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming.]


    Resources


    Books & Published Material

    - Volume II, “History of Idaho.” Hiram T. French, The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1914. (Captain D.C. Wrighter, Company G - Page 860)

    - Volume I, "Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, from its organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903." Francis B. Heitman, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1903. (Adjutant H.D. Coburn - Page 313; Sgt. F. Geere - 451)

    - Pages 292 to 303, Volume I, "History of Wyoming." I.S. Bartlett, The S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1918.

    - Volume 3, "Indiana One Hundred and Fifty Years of American Development." Charles Roll The Lewis Publishing Company, 1931. (Assistant Surgeon J.S. Morrison)

    - "Officers of Volunteer Regiments Organized Under the Act of March 2, 1899." Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1899. (Capt. T. Millar - Page 90)

    - "Official History of the Operations of the First Battalion Wyoming Infantry, U.S.V." Madison U. Stoneman, 1899.

    - "Progressive Americans of the Twentieth Century." Progressive Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1910. (Major Frank M. Foote – Page 649)

    - "Progressive men of the State of Wyoming." A.W. Bowen & Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1903. (Major Frank M. Foote – Pages 475 & 476; 1st Sergeant C.J. Hepp, Company C - 233 & 234; Captain J.D. O'Brien - 144 & 145)


    Articles, Papers, & Other Documents

    - ‘Died on His Way Home.’ Saturday, September 2nd, 1899, “New York Daily Tribune,” New York City, New York. (Sergeant Major B.G. Moore)

    - ‘Henry A. Smith Dies Suddenly.’ January 28th, 1926, “Buffalo News,” Buffalo, Wyoming. (2nd Lt. H.A. Smith, Company C)


    Websites & Online Resources

    - Arlington National Cemetery Website. (Adjutant Harol D. Coburn)

    - Find-A-Grave.

    - Fermazin Family Genealogy. (Private Reinhart Fremazin, Company H)

    - Johnson County Obituaries.

    - Judy Warren Vasiliauskas, Henderson, Nevada. (1st Sergeant W.E. Yelton, Company F)

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