The Roster of the 2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry

Contributed by Mike Phillips 

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General:

This unit served in Puerto Rico. It left for the from on April 28th, 1898 and returned home  on September 18th, 1898. The unit is from the Winnebago County area of Wisconsin.
 

The note reads " Capt. Frederick R. Day Commanding, of Co. M." This shows a Gatling gun company, and is probably a photo taken in the Philippines. 

REGIMENTAL STAFF:

Colonel----Charles A. Born, Sheboygan.
Lieutenant Colonel----Albert Solliday, Watertown.

Majors:

N.E. Morgan, Appleton
F.W. Grutzmacher, Ripon
Wallace P. Green, Marinette.

Surgeons:

Maj. Harry E. Bradley, Milwaukee
Lieut. F O. Moulding, Watertown
Lieut. Carl De Somber, Fon du Lac
Lieut. A. Judson Morse, Fon du Lac.

Adjutant----Capt. Charles A. Green, Appleton.
Quartermaster----Lieut. Julius A. Nemitz, Oshkosh.

Battalion Adjutants:
Lieut. Ulrich Moeckli, Sheboygan
Lieut. S. N. Longdin, Fon du Lac
Lieut. Gustav Disch, Marinette.

Chaplain---Capt. E. H. Smith, Oshkosh.
Non-commissioned staff

Sergeant Major----F. N. Maersch, Manitowoc.
Quartermaster Sergeant--- John Laabs.
Chief Musician----P. H. Laffey, Oshkosh.

Principal Musicians:

Henry Johnson, Sheboygan
Charles Collar, Appleton.

Hospital Stewards:

Otto H. Arndt, Sheboygan
F. E. Colliss, Fond du Lac
O. B.  Bock

Honorably Discharged
Maj.. Charles J. Hunter, June 1898
Lieut. Horace E. Mann, July 1898

Company A (Marshfield)

Capt.----Isaac B. Spencer
1st Lieutenant---Edward Ward
2nd Lieutenant----James Vaughn
First Sergeant----Anton C. Martin
Quartermaster Sergeant---John L. Tepfer

Sergeants:

August Kisten
Frank Mangold
Otto Meyer
John Schlegel

Corporals:

Alfred Sutor
Gustav H. Bulgrin
Louis Heil
Seth Smith
Phillip Ruplinger
Anton Taylor
Frank Rapp
Anton C. Meidl
Paul Degner
Fred Beell

Musicians:

Marius Andresen
J. P. Janett

Wagoner---Charles Sirbel

PRIVATES

Andraska, Joseph
Anderson, Peter M.
Brandstedt, Claris F.
Berger, Theodore A.
Branch, Rollo
Bement, Ralph
Bement, Cecil
Bord, Bastian
Couture, Albert
Cook, George S.
Conrad, John H.
Clark, Owen H.,Jr.
Carpenter, Roscoe
Davis, Aaron H.
Demoss, Guy
Danks, Augustin
 Farwell, Roy W.
Florence, Frank
Fredreickson, Dennis
Frodl, Frank
Graves, Spencer E.
Glass, William F.
Griswold, Charles M.
Gilberts, Ole
Griffin, Williams
Holmes, Earl H.
Houston, Arthur J.
Heil, adam
Hartl, Anton
Halbig, Joseph
Hume,Alex, B.
Hume, Joseph
Ingle, Horace
Jennings, Frank M.
Kickland, William
Kickland, George
Klagil, Jacob
Kuse, Robert
Kelly, Wilbert
Kuehling, Martin
Kern, Max S.
Knoll, Henry
Kohl, Fred W.
Lafever, William
Laramie, Charles
Loberg, Karl
Monaghan, Thomas
McVean, Eugene
Marshall, Joseph M.
Merril, Ellis
Miller, William
Newmann, Paul F. T.
Orber, Charles R.
Pfeifer, William
Pawasarat, Gustav
Pedawiltz, Charles
Russell, Leonard
Ridgman, Earl P.
Rozell, Walter J.
Rivers, Leroy
Redfield, Charles c.
Reynolds, Clarence E.
Reich, Herman
Ruthengerg, Richard J.
Radtke, August
Scarborough, William
Steveler, Andrew
Shoner, Martin
Scheuer, John
Sawtell, Charles A.
Sweet, Martin M.
Trumbell, Alfred A.
Teves, August
Taylor,  William
Vollker, Arnold
Ward, Fred
Wallis, Archie
Welch, Norris B.
Williams, Leroy D.
Wallsteed, George T.

Deaths:

Corp. Herman Bartels of Marshfield, aged 23 yrs. Died at Marshfield. Buried at
Marshfield.

Priv.  Alfred Bargeron of Marshfield, aged 23. Died of Typhoid fever. Buried at
Marshfield.

Priv. Theodore Bronson of Stevens Point, aged 21. Died at Ponce , Puerto Rico of
Typhoid fever, buried at Ponce.

Corp. John L. Davis of Marshfield, aged 28, died of Typhoid at Ponce, Puerto Rico
Buried at Ponce.

Priv. Leopold Daul of Marshfield, age 35, died of Typhoid fever. Buried at Marshfield.

Artificer Jacob E. Kronsnoble of Appleton, age 26, died at Fortress Monroe, of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Fortress Monroe.

Priv. John Van Breda of Marshfield, age 28, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico of Typhoid
Fever.  Buried at Ponce.
 

Company  B (Oshkosh)

Captain---W. A. Marden
First Lieutenant---Henry Tyriver
Second Lieutenant---George O. Sanders
First sergeant---Charles A. Wellnitz
Quartermaster Sergeant---Charles Eilers

Sergeants:

Joseph Blau
George Alger
William Zwicky
Henry Thenee

Corporals:

Ernst Hauer
Arthur J. Cone
Harvey Sargent
Adolf Hoffmann
Thomas Carroll
Jesse Mead
John N. Field
Nicholas Buschette
William Koehn
Elmer C. Todd
Leo Haben
Robert Moore

Musician --- George R. Hay
Wagoner----John Bowker
Artificer----John Kearney

PRIVATES

Ainsworth, Joseph J.
Albrecht, Henry
Atkins, Joseph W.
Arndt, William F. C.
Baker, Burchard H.
Baumann, Ernest
Bethe, Everett
Bethe, Sewall
Bettenhous, Emil
Bieber, William
Blake, Norman I.
Blau, Matthew
Branchaud, E. A.
Brauhn, John
Briggs, Leslis
 Brooks, George
Buchanan, Charles E.
Collies, Walter J. [editor's note: family reports spelling should be Callies]
Chamberlin, John
Church, Charles S.
Daum, Frank
Decker, Ray
Delaney, William
Dimpsey, Charles A.
Donovan, John
Dopson, John
Erban, Michael
Finch, Harvey
Fogtmann, Christian E.
Franey, John
Froelich, Charles
Gallotin, John
George, Edgar A.
Gokey, Jesse
Groesheck, Silas A.
Grogan, Henry
Gustin, George B.
Hansen, Henry
Harney, John
Hassing, Louis H.
Hennig, Otto
Holdorph, Ernest
Horton, Harry
Jensen, Lonia
Kelsey, Guy.
Kenney, Martin
Kienast, Fritz
Kircher, John A.
Knapp, Orrie
Kreutzer, Albert
Lee, John O.
Leamann, Guy M.
Lindsey, Joseph H.
Look, Edward W.
Mailahn, Herman
Malone, Arthur
Mantz, Alvin H.
Mantz, Harley A.
Marden, Ellis
Marx, Jacob J.
McGuire, Frank
Niemeyer, H. W. L.
Pierce, Horace
Philpott, James J.
Repe, Robert B.
Reynolds, Guy J.
Rice, Percy R.
Richmond, Norman I.
Ross, William J.
Ruchel, Julius
Shepard, William A.
Skidmore, Alwin L.
Smith, Monroe V.
Staudenraus, Roman I.
Stracy, Henry
Swaim, Dade
Teska, Frank
Thiele, Oscar F.
Tonneson, Raymond S.
Vosburgh, Frank J.
Wilson, John
Wright, George
Young, Thomas B.

Deaths:

Priv. Edward E. Bills of Omro, aged 22 , died at Chickamauga Park, July 1, 1898, of
Appendicitis.  Buried at National cemetery, Chattanooga, Tenn.

Priv.  Edward Fenstermacher of Oshkosh, age 23, died at Charleston, July 13, 1898
Of Cholera. Buried at Oshkosh.

Priv. Carl E. Shipman of Omro, age 19 died at Charleston, S. C., of Typhoid fever.
Buried at Charleston. Subsequently, he was apparently reburied at the Wilmington National
Cemetery

Musician Charles Clemens, age 25, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico, Aug. 16, 1898 of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Ponce
 

Company C (Sheboygan)

Captain----Richard Goldschmidt
First Lieutenant----Charles Bodemer
Second Lieutenant----Herman Olson
First Sergeant----Otto Schraut
Quartermaster Sergeant----A. J. Schultz

Sergeants:

Nic Thill
Otto Burkart
Otto Herhold
George Herwig

Corporals:

Ernst Schroeder
Theodor Mosch
Fred Roberts
William Kirst
Henry F. Grube
Frank Gleich
Philip Krummenauer
Herman Schmidt
Henry Balke
Otto Fiedler
Ivar Lohmann
George Mead

Musician:

William Braband
Louis Kazilleck

Artificer---Henry Daniels

Wagoner:

Julius Schaeffer
William Cook

PRIVATES

Baldewein, Joseph
Brockmann, August A.
Baumgaertner, Joseph
Buchen, Henry
Brasure, George
Benfey, Theodore
Burkart, Frank
Barber, George
Boyle, Henry
Cole, Willard
Cole, George
Cliquenoi, Andrew
Cone, Charles
Cook, William
Dezbales, Charles
Doege, Albert
Dins, Charles
Eiles, Edward
Elwell, Henry
Eislold, Ferdinand
Frank, Oscar
Grasse, Herman
 Glines, James
Garmer, Charles
Goehring, Fred
Guenther, William
Heronymus, Edward
Henkel, Henry
Hertel, Peter
Hirt, Nic
Holtz, August
Hoberg, Arthur
Hertensteiner, Frank
Hannahman, Henry
Heronymus Adolph
Jensen, John N.
Kerber, Louis
Kappers, William
Knocke, Edward
Krummenauer, Henry
Loerke, Charles
Lovelace, Charles
Loeweke, Louis
Lokker, Aaron
Leonard, John
Lappe, Fred
Mussil, Charles
Magnus, Louis
Marwar, Joseph
Moser, Alfred
Mallmann, Joseph A.
Mead, George
Mallmann, A.P.
Neumeister, Oscar
Oehler, Louis
Pagelow, Charles
Plath, John
Rodriguez, William E.
Radinski, John
Rouseau, Gustav
Ryan, George
Rosenthal, Louis A.
Rakow, Herman
Schubert, Alex
Stanberg, John
Schmeichel, William
 Schwarz, Herman
Strassberg, August
Strassburg, Charles
Stielow, Henry
Synold, Charles
Steinberg, Fred
Schneider, Albert
Spieles, Peter
Seaman, Charles
Stecker, Hubert
Scheffler Charles
Schutt, Emil
Tomaschefsky, William
Voigt, Fred C.
Wedegaertner, Fred
Williams, Harry
Wudy, George
Weisse, Walter

Deaths:

Priv. Albert Doege of Sheboygan, age 24, died at Sheboygan, Oct. 2, 1898 of
Typhoid fever. Buried at Sheboygan.

Company D (Ripon)

Captain----Edgar C. Barnes
First Lieutenant----James E. Reagan
Second Lieutenant ----Paul Vilwock
First Sergeant----Frank J. Graham
Quartermaster Sergeant----Frank G. Dillon

Sergeants:

John S. Foot
John Streich
Thomas B. Temple
Albert J. Zinth

Corporals:

George R. Camp
Frank J. Coad
Charles A. Doyle
William R. Dysart
Edward Eckert
John F. Fryer
Charles H. Graham
Harry B. Hargraves
Frank Heath
Adolph C. Homan
George F. Pollock
Hubert S. Steenberg

Musician---Harry  E. Miller
Wagoner---Fred L. Cook
Artificer---Fred Dreasner

PRIVATES

Batty, Arthur J.
Batty, foster J.
Battersby, William J.
Beernink, Henry
Bickford, Allen F.
Bixby, Merrill W.
Brown, Rollie H.
Bruins, Dirk
Cain, Daniel E.
Chadbourn, Charles R.
Chase, Sherman
Chilcote, Elmer H.
Giese, Fred
Griffin, Bert H.
Hahn, Charles F.
Harris, William
 Hilbert, Hal S.
Howland, George W.
Johnson, John L.
Johnston, David
Kay, Duncan
Klas, Milton C.
Kroll, Frank M.
Krueger, Fred
Laing, William
Lamb, William A.
Lambert, George A.
 Lang, Henry E.
Lindsley, Arthur H.
Lobb, Harry D.
Luhm, Fred F.
Luscombe, Edward C.
Mahlke, William
Marshall, George W.
Mathwig, Otto F.
Maudlin, Albert L.
Maudlin, Albertus A.
Morris, Morgan
Messenger, Frank W.
Miller, Frederick E.
Miller, Paul G.
McSherry, William
Naylor, George I.
Neuman, George A.
Oehler, Louis
Radway, Arthur E.
Reich,  Gustav
Sandberg, Philip
Schimbowski, Fred
Schliepp, Albert F.
Seeling, Robert R.
Simpson, Roy F.
Steineke, Edward
Streich, Julius
Streich, William
Sweiger, Charles W.
Sweiger, Richard
Swetland, FernI
Taylor, David
Taylor, Scott
Tilton, Clarence S.
Uebel, Moritz
Walker, Bryan
Wellcome, Harry C.
Williams, Owen L.
Wood, Frank W.
Young, Frank J.
Zimmerman, Emil

Deaths:

Priv. Frederick S. Ward of Waupaca, died at Chickamauga Park,June 29, 1898 of
Typhoid fever. Buried at Waupaca.

Priv. Ethen Allen of Waupun, died on transport La Grande Duchess while in harbor
At Ponce, P.R., July 29, 1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at  Ponce.

Priv. Laural [Laurel?]  B. Johnson of Waupun, died at Charleston, S. C., of Typhoid fever.
Buried at Charleston. he was subsequently reburied at the Wilmington National Cemetery.

Musician Curtis Dillon of Ripon, died of Meningitis at Ripon, Oct. 10, 1898.  Buried
At Ripon.
 

Company E  (Fond du Lac)

Captain----Edwin T. Markle
First Lieutenant----Emil C. Plonsky
Second Lieutenant ----Adolph E. Klemchen
First Sergeant----August C. Egelhoff

Sergeants:

Carl H. Brugger
William H. Seeve
Herman C. Jaffke
William F. Bruett
Frank J. Lubitz

Corporals:

Adolph M. Trier
Jay L. Lee
James W. Dittmar
Frank J. Wheeler
Charles C. Cleveland
Noah V. Langlois
George A. Crippen
Frank L. Skinner
Fred C. Krebs
Albert Hass
Rudolph A. Bechaud
Carl R. Zinke

Musician----Alfred R. Zinke
Artificer----Edwin W. Clark
Wagoner----Frank Vandervort

PRIVATES

Abele, Louis A.
Allen, Ellsworth H.
Arnold, Oscar
Arthur, George W.
Babcock, Benjamin F.
Ballwantz, William H.
Bettac,  William
Biee, Paul
Bodle, George
Born, George
Born, jacob
Breitzman, Arthut W.
Brunet, Adelbert R.
Brunkhorst, Albert G.
Burnton, Carol R.
Cady, Arthur B.
Calvert, Frederick W.
Caniff, Ralph E.
Carney, J. Edward
Carney, John F.
Caselton, William C.
Cavanaugh, Laurence P.
Christiansen, Henry
Clark, Peter
Conway, William R.
DeRusha, Edward
Dirks, John
Eiteuner, Peter
Estabrook, Robert C.
Floody, Edward
Galvin, Joseph F.
Groesbeck, Garret
Groesbeck, John W.
Guehl, Ferdinand
Haberkorn, Albert H.
Heath, George W.
Homz, Frank W.
Huelsman, Oscar A.
Hughes, Robert L.
Jaeger, Charles W.
Jesmier, Frank
Keilberg, Ernst
Kempf, Frank H.
Kreger, Charles L.
Lubitz, Christ F.
Markow, Frank H.
Mead, Richard
Mentch, William
 Miller, John A.
Molitor, John M.
Monahan, Michael J.
Pagel, Albert E.
Panger, Alfred
Quambush, William
Raidy, Michael K.
Riese, August
Roberts, Pervez A.
Rodgers Arthur
Rouse, Albert M.
Ryan, Patrick
Sampson, Avery
Scherzinger, Henry B.
Schwartz, Abraham
Simcosky, Frank
Small, Adam
Small, Robert
Smith,Edward J.
Taylor, Frank C.
Tiffiny, Claude A.
VanDorsten, paris R.
VanScooter, Lester
Voell, Frank
Werner, Edwin
Wetzel, Ferdinand
Wheeler, Oscar N.
Wickert, Jacob H.
Wilbert, Joseph
Williams, Robert S.
Wirtz, Robert H.

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Priv. Charles P. Stivers, June 13, 1898

TRANSFERS
Priv. W. C. Engelhoff –to Hospital corps.
Priv. Charles Freiberg – to Hospital corps.
Priv. Albert F. Reed ---to Signal corps.
Priv. Henry C. Thompson—to Hospital corps.
 

Deaths:

Priv. Arthur McCourt of Fond du Lac, age 26, died at Charleston, S. C., July 25, 1898
Of Typhoid fever. Buried at Charleston.
 

Company F (Oshkosh)

Captain----U. B. Carl
First Lieutenant ----Henry L. Lenz
Second Lieutenant---Godfrey Fritz
First Sergeant----Charles W. Boelter
Quartermaster Sergeant----John N. Taddy

Sergeants:

John Plies
William F. Papke
Emil Kraning
Samuel H. Sutton

Corporals:

Hermn Hilke
William Lears
Emil Philipp
William Reedy
Walter B. Ward
John Streich
John Blake
Fred J. Mathwig
Albert C. Zielke
James Fitzgerald
William Shell
Frank Donner
Albert Ott

Musicians:

Charles F. Potratz
Reinhold Bathke

Wagoner----James Robison
Artificer----William W. Farrow
 

PRIVATES

Anklem, Alfred B.
Bachmer, Arthur
Barsch, Henry
Bessler, Peter J.
Biedermann, Herman
Blechel, John
Brady, William T.
Butt, Charles
Burt, Charles
Carey, Alfred B.
Chamberlain, Charles W.
Curtis, Bert G.
Daggett, Wallace H.
Daley, John
Drews, Henry
Farrow, Robert
Fogg, Benjamin B. F.
Fullerton, Elmer a.
Gehrke, Frank
Getke, Edward
Grandy, Arthur R.
Greenwood, Bert
Grose, Edward
Heide, Ernest
Hiller, John
Holft, Hermann
Holgknecht, henry
James, Elmer
Jones, Charles O.
Johnston, George
Kamrath, Herman
Keefe, George
Kelsch, James P.
Kelsey, Irving
Kimgil, Joseph
Kreutzer, John
La Barran, Marshall
Lannen, Thomas
Lansing, Clifford
Malchow, Richard
Mathe, Joseph
Meyer, Jacob C.
Moersch,  Ernst
Morris, Fred
Mueller, Ernst
Munthe, Fred
Navotni, Frank
Nayle, Hermann
Nelson, John  Jr.
Nye, Peter
O’Bryen, Michael J.    (O’Brien, Michael J.)
Pahlow, Gustav
Pendergast, William
Peck, Maurice
Phillipp, Jordan    (Philipp, Jordan)
Pringel, Robert
Renner, Fred
Scheuer, Frank
Schild, Peter
Schmidt, Leonhard
Schmidt, Peter
Seal, William
 Stanley, James
Stearns, Harry
Stoll, Ernst
Sutton, William
Thompson, Frank E.
Tremont, Jacob
Voegler, Richard
Wagner, Nicholaus
Walter, Martin
Wilde, Walter
Wolf, Martin C.
Wymen, Joseph
Zentner, Fred
Zerbel, George
Zibbell, Otto
Zilske, Paul
Zuilke, Louis A.
Zwickey, Ralph
 

Deaths:

Priv. William H. Hook Of Oshkosh, age 28, died at Camp Harvey, May 15, 1898
Of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Oshkosh.

Priv. Theodore Celucy, age 23, died at Chattanooga Park, June 11, 1898, of Typhoid
Fever.  Buried at Chattanooga.

Color Sergeant William H. Pingel of Oshkosh, age 25, died at Fort Thomas, Ky.
July 14, 1898 of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Oshkosh.

Corporal Otto Kandt of Oshkosh, age 30, died at Charleston, July 20, 1898 of
Malarial fever.  Buried at Oshkosh.
 

Company G (Appleton)

Captain----Hugh E. Pomeroy
First Lieutenant----Maurice S. Peerenboom
Second Lieutenant----William H. Zuehlke
First Sergeant----Harry R. Lee
Quartermaster Sergeant----Albert O. Hecht

Sergeants:

George Merkel
Clarence Peterman
Charles H. Vogel
Paul Ganzen

Corporals:
William A. Ross
T. Byron Beveridge
A. F. Peterson
William Weaver
Arthur H. Jolliffe
Dudley Ryan
Walter A. Ladwig
Ralph Pomeroy
George W. Raue
H. A. Schimberg
Herman F. Heckert
Joseph A. Forster

Musicians:

Carl F. Schultz
James A. Jefferson

Artificer----Charles Scheer
Wagoner----John Dardis

PRIVATES

Abbott, Willard
Belin, Joseph
Biero, Albert
Behnke, Henry J.
Burmeister, H. C.
Clark, Lewis
Cough, H. G.
Cough, Roy M.
Diener, Charles H.
Dietrich, John C.
Delong, L. J.
Doerfler, Matthias
Dreblow, Alvin H.
Drexler, Nicholas
Eick, Ernest C.
Ewert, H. R.
Frieders, John C.
Ganzen, Charles
Grassburger, John P.
Grunert, Norman H.
Hansen, William P.
Hartung, A. W.
Hatch, George A.
Hayes, Dennis
Hensel, Oscar
Hoffman, Emil
Hoh, George
 Hubbard, Richard
Kanouse, R. E.
Kloepfel, G. W.
Klyver, Charles
Koehn, E. A.
Koehnig, E. W.
Kuchenbecker, J. F. W.
Kirklin, Elmer F.
Kulp, Albert E.
Jurs, Henry
Johnston, August
Jones, Albert R.
McGilan, J. B.
Mennen, Henry
Merrill, William J.
Meyer, Albert
Nugent, W. H.
O’Heron, James
O’Keefe, John A.
O’Keefe, Thomas
Pasch, R. C.
Patterson, George E.
Poetzel, J. C.
Poetzel, John
Potter, Ocha
Sabeto, August
Salomon, Alexander
Salsman, F. P.
Scheffler, August
Scheffler, H. W.
Schultz,  Albert F.
Schwandt, George C.
Stagman, W. L.
Stark, John
Steinnert, Richard C.
Steinhauer, Marcus
Stegert, Henry C.
Stilp, John
Syke, Richard
Tracy, James E.
Ross, G. H.
Radtke, Ferdinand
Ritger, Arthur
Wagg, F. E. G.
Weiss,  E. S.        (Sheboygan Falls)
Wescott, R. H.     (Shawano)
Wiegand, William
Zerbel, Aaron
Zuehlke, August A.

Transfers:

Priv. Thomas Keefe  to Hospital corps.
Priv. Archibald G. Schneider to Hospital corps.
Priv. James R. Scott to Hospital corps.
 

Deaths:

Corp. Charles Baer of Appleton, age 26, died at Fortress Monroe, Aug. 18, 1898, of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Appleton.

Priv. Otto Merkel of Appleton, age 19, diedon hospital ship Relief, in New York
Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried in New York.

Priv. John H. Shuh of freedom, age 25, died of transport No. 30 in harbor of Ponce
Puerto Rico July 28, 1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Ponce.

Priv. James Wallace of Appleton, age 32, died at Coamo, Puerto Rico, Sept. 2,1898
Of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Coamo.
 
 

Company H (Manitowoc)

Captain----William Abel
First Lieutenant----Alfred N. Knudson
Second Lieutenant----August F. Stahl
First Sergeant----Henry Kliner
Quartermaster Sergeant----Emil Stahl

Sergeants:

James Chadek
Frank Rosinsky
Frank M. Mulvney
Charles J. Richards

Corporals:

Charles M. Krumm
Joseph Hruby
Threodore Mahnke
Albert C. Stahl
Gustav Tronson
Charles G. Friedl
John M. Taylor
Knudt E. Ellingboe
Joseph E. Nyhan
Benjamin Krause
Fred M. Althen
Henry R. O’Connell

Artificer----Nocholas Ording
Wagoner----Charles H. Schumacher
Musician----Adolph Petska
Musician----Frederick W. Block

PRIVATES
Allen, Irvin
Allen, Theodore
Allen, William
Amann, George B.
Anderson, Nils J.
Beck, Edward
Berndt, Albert C.
Ball, William C.
Bonn, William E.
Bonnin, Frank D.
Buenger, Charles
Byram, Charles C.
Christensen, Andrew
Churney, Logic
Danielson, Ole
Discher, Herman F.
Dueno, George
End, Joseph W.
Fleischer, Henry C.
Freidl, John
Frisch, Henry
Funck, Henry J.
Georgenson, Martin
Golembiewske,William
Grall, William C.
Grosstueck, Walter
Grunn, John
Guhin, Patrick H.
Harris, William C.
Haseloff, Fredd
Haynes, Wesley
Heingarten, Charles L. B.
Hempton, James A.
Herzog, Daniel W.
Hackett, Albert
Jackett, Anton
Kadletz, Frank
Kawalle, Emil
Kennedy, Thomas J.
Klein, Henry A.
Klenke, Wiliam H.
Klotz, Charles
Knop, Gustav L.
Koeppe, Frank E.
Kohler, Carl J.
Ladenberger, Wileg
Levenhagen, Walter
Liebert, Fred J.
McClenan, John
McDonald, Perry
Mallman, Nicholas
Mechan, James
Murphy, James
Nelson, Oscar T.
Orth, George
Paegelow, Fred
Peppard, Thomas
Pearson, Claud
Pilon, Joseph D.
Ratsack, George
Rauber, John F.
Rosinsky, Henry H.
Rudie, Holsten G.
Rudebeck, Adolph
Scherer, Edward
Schmidt, Otto
Schneider, Bernheart
Shimek, Louis, Jr.
Skalivoda, John
Simmet, Louis
Smith, Claude
Steffen, Arthur F.
Walsh, James C.
Walsworth, George
White, Charles
Wigen, Edward
Woerfel, Hubert F.
Woerfel, Arthur
Ziarnik, Joseph
 

Deaths:

Priv. Herbert C. Coville of Oconomowoc,age 20, died at Charleston S.C., July19,
1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Oconomowoc.

Priv. Fred Engel of Manitowoc, age 23, died at Charleston S.C., Qug. 1, 1898 of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Manitowoc.

Priv. William Heyn of Manitowoc, age 29, died on board hospital ship Lampasas,
July 28, 1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at sea.

Priv. Fred C. Schwalbe of Collins, Manitowoc County, age 26, died at Chickamauga
July 27, 1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Collins.
 

2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Co. I at Camp Thomas, Georgia on July 4, 1898. The regiment departed the
following day for Charleston, South Carolina, and then Puerto Rico.The gent in front of the second large tree
from the left whose face is slightly circled is John Willard Waldstrom.  At right, the gent standing seems to be
jokingly holding a stick like a saber.

Company I (Marinette)

Captain----Joshua Hodgkins
First Lieutenant----Leander E. Brown
Second Lieutenant----Charles J. McCrory
First Sergeant----George X. Disch
Quartermaster Sergeant----William H. Jackson

Sergeants:

Stewart H. Duket
John J. Sheldrick
Seward Gray
John Disch

Corporals:

John F. Rock
Wieland W. Kradwell
Chalmers L. McKarcher
Samuel Olson
Clay S. Prescott
Frank L. Peterson
Jean M Allen
John a. McMillan
George H.Upham
John A. McGillis
Hugh Bresnaham,
Norton W. Thurlow.

Artificer----Arthur B. Gove [family has indicated that the middle initial is "V"]
Wagoner----Patrick H. Collier

Musicians:

William Oliver
Rutherford G. Spoor

PRIVATES

Allen, William T.
Atkinson, John S.
Baughn, Frank E.
Beleck, Stanley J.
Briskey, Joseph W.
Bush, Charlie
Boltz, Daniel O.
Campbell, Daniel J.
Chapman, William
Christenson, Ole
Cooney, David
Cooper, Samuel G.
Coveau, Maddy
Crego, Roy D.
Corry, Frank
Darragh, George P.
Dean, George
Depew, Joseph
Detampel, John
DeWalt, George
Dickie, John A.
Dickenson, Henry
Diercks, William
DuBrucq, Fred J.
Duket, Charles H.
Dutton, William R.
Everson, Louis
Falk, George S.
Garringan, James E.
Gartner, Anton P.
Gaugh, George G.
Golden, Edward A.
Graves, Charles W.
Gray, Frank
Greenwood, John J.
Griffith, Edgar H.
Grill, Math.
Hanson, Paulus B.
Israelson, Axel
Jacobson, Oscar E.
Johnson, Oscar
Ketel, William A.
Kuchenberg, William
Kuse, Anton
Landre, Moses S.
Larson, Gus
Loughrey, Charles W.
Lundberg, Charles
Malay, Frank
Markworth, Adolph
McCosham, John J.
McCrory, Fred D.
Monette, Joseph
Nice, Fred
Nickleson, Joseph
O’Hara, James
Oleson, Engel
Olive, Edward A.
O’Shea, Eugene
Peterson, Henry M.
Polkey, John
Rautz, Gustave W.
Rakow, Herman
Rondeau, Joseph
Rugg, Ingvald
Schwartz, Gustave
Seidl, Frank
Stapleford, Orson J.
Stephenson, Thomas B.
Stewart, Robert S.
Thompson, John E.
Torchio, George A.
Waldstrom, John W.
Watson, William
White, Fred
William, Samuel J.
Wolfe, William P.
Wood, Phillip
Zeratzky, Albert

Dsihonorable discharged:

Priv. Alexander L.Duke—Convicted of the murder of Priv. Thomas Stafford,Of the Nineteenth Infantry U.S.A., while in Puerto Rico. Sentenced to life in  Prison.

Transfers:

Priv. William R. Bell to Hospital corps.
Priv. Francis E. Keerl to special duty at headquarters First Division, First Army corps.
Priv. William Tremeear to Hospital corps.

Honorably discharged:

Priv. Moses DeLisle,  Aug. 17, 1898

Deaths:

Priv. John Gustafson of Marinette, age 35, died at Chickamauga, July 17 ,1898, of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Chickamauga.
 

Company K, Beaver Dam

Captain----Philiip J. Zink
First Lieutenant----William Bearder
Second Lieutenant----Arthur S. Tibbitts
First Sergeant----Wilfred H. Edgerton
Quartermaster Sergeant----August J. Miller

Sergeants:

Charles H. Hamer
Frank W. Jillson
Lawrence H. Gocker
Frank W. Steltz

Corporals:
Joseph Veling
Joseph B. Schweiger
Frank H. Crane
Allen J. Stolz
Rae Weaver
Carl Nicolaus
Charles M. Thubanville
Alfred E. Gaartz
Charles H. Hopf
John P. Messer
Anton A. Fischer
Phillip J. Hausner

Musicians:

William E. Patten
Frank J. Zink
John Caspari

Wagoner----Peter Bauer
Artificer----Andrew Schweiger

PRIVATES
Abler, Louis
Abler, Peter
Archer, Richard E.
Behan, Andrew M.
Billings, Roy
Bogardus, Benner
Budahn, August
Buska, John
Brase, Charles
Calkins, Walter
Clark, Clayton E.
Corbett, Thomas
Dahl, Ferdinand
Davison, S. A.
Drahein, A.
Drahein, O.
Drahein, P.
Drown, Marshall
Edgerton, Ernest
Fox, Albert
Frank, Edward
Fraser, Donald
Gauerke, Arthur
Germain, Bertram
Gilbert, Leander
Grace, John
Grace, George
Hammer, Herman
Hampton, Harry
Hampton, Joseph
Hartl, Lucas
Hartl, Michael
Hartl, William
Hood, E.
Jansen, Julius
Johnson, August
Kirchen, E.
Kittman, August
Krueger, Henry
Kodlff, F.
Laux, George
Lillis, Patrick
Lochinski, Frank
Lochmes, Henry
Manson, Lester
Maroney, Thomas
Marquardt, Otto
McGill, William
McGlashan, lee
 McMahon, Henry
Morgan, D.
Mottl, Jacob
Naylon, John
Noyes, Ray
Phelps, Hugh G.
Plageman, William
Polzin, Adam
 Polzin, Frank
Rowell, Joseph
Shannon, Lester
Shingo, John
Slama, Frank
Smith, Daniel
Spettel, G.
Spore, Harry
Sromolski, Frank
Stemfurth, H.
Stone, A.
Suck, August
Sullivan, David
Tobin, Edward
Veling, John
Veling, Peter
Vorpahl, Otto
Washtock, Herman
Welk, Oscar
Woodrow, James
Zemlo, Peter
Zeiske, Edward
Zinke, August

Transfers:

Priv. Andrew Koebler to Hospital corps.

Deaths:

Priv. George L. Edgerton of Beaver Dam, died at sea, Aug. 6, 1898.  Buried at sea.

Priv. Oscar L. Shannon of Rolling Prairie, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico, Aug. 30, 1898,
Of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Ponce.

Priv. Fred L. Cuttler of rolling Prairie, died at Milwaukee, Sept. 26,1898, of Typhoid
Fever.  Buried at rolling Prairie.
 

Company L (Ashland)

Captain----Horace P. Padley
First Lieutenant ----Elmer E. Tennant
Second Lieutenant ----James McCully
First Sergeant----Frank Ligman
Quartermaster Sergeant----L. F. Durfee

Sergeants:

William Burrows
Arthur Armstrong
Frank Telfard
H. C. Adley

Corporals:

W. F. Gumaer
F. W. Schaefer
Charles Good
William Upthegrave
Martin Griffin
Thomas Fitzgerald
Allen Benner
James Thompson
Wallace Harrison
William Kennedy
Charles Foster.

Musicians:

Frank Burdick
Claude Talaska

Artificer----Grant Edwards
Wagoner----Henry Fromholz

PRIVATES

Andree, Joseph
Adamson, William
Barvick, Vincent
Beatty George
Bareham, Sturley
Billett, Caesar
Benedict, O. E.
Boyle, Ed.
Barnaby. George
Brooks, Cassie B.
Broughen, John
Carlston, Charles
Connors, Thomas
Cross, Dennis
Colhein, Michael
Dean, Harry
Diem, Albert
Dandeneau, Oliver
Ebeling, Henry
Engstrom, Andrew
English, William
Erickson, John
Fagrie, William
Fredricks, Robert
Farbers, Jesse A. R.
Fishbach, Peter
Graves, Sidney
Gurgeon, Philip
Gustafson, Andrew
Gillmar, Frederick
Goetzenberger, Wiilliam
Guyer, Edward
Guyer, Arthur
Hansen, Peter
Murphy, Thomas
Martinson, Andrew
Meager, Edward
Mullard, Louis J.
Moore, Joseph
Mitchell, James
Mahoney, James
Mott, Joseph
McNeil, Malcolm
McGinn, James
McDonald, John
McCaffery, John
Neuman, Charles
Nelson, Odin
Nettleton, William
Olson, Oliver
Palmquist, Fred
 Parquette, Edward
Tinstoff, Edwin
Rochon, Manuel
Siebert, Charles
Schultz, Frank
Severns, Henry
Schwerger, Janes
Stewart, Guy
Smith, Nate
Sears, George
Thomas, Thomas
Turner, Joseph
Villeneuve, Alfred
Vero, Joseph
Wege, Charles
Zepherin, Palmer

Discharged:

Priv. Charles Fairfield.

Deaths:

Corp. John T. Kingston of Ashland, age 34, died at Coamo, Puerto Rico, of Typhoid
Fever.  Buried at Coamo

Priv. Tim Corkey of Ashland, age 29, died at Chickamauga of Typhoid fever.  Buried
At Harwood, Ontario.

Priv. Frank winchell of Ashland, age 26, died at Camp Thomas of Typhoid fever.
Buried at Camp Thomas.
 

 Men of company M. Nels Andersen is the second man from the right. The photo was taken at Camp Harvey at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Company M (Oconto)

Captain----Wilbur M. Lee
First Lieutenant----William B. Hall
Second Lieutenant----Willard G. Harris
First Sergeant----Charles McFadden
Second Sergeant----Peter Peterson
Quartermaster Sergeant----James Gerhard

Sergeants:

Nels Johnson
Herbert Stewart
Emory H. Lord

Corporals:

Herbert G. Haskins
Joseph H. Pecor
Julius P. Frank
John Klass
Charles J. Freward
Peter D. Maigray
Joseph Skochpol
Xavier Pocquette
Ernest Baldwin
Otto C. Bloch
George H. Haines
Arthur Young.

Musicians:

Peter Nygard
Dee W. Butler

Wagoner----Joseph C. Brown
Artificer---- Daniel McDonald

PRIVATES
Anderson, Anton
Anderson, Nels G. [Nels George Andersen - the roster has the name spelled incorrectly]
Ansorge, George E.
Ansorge, Otto
Appleby, William H.
Beekman, Anton
Borgwardt, Lorenz G.
Chloupek, Erwin L.
Crane, Richard E.
Calour, John B.
Cardinal, Gilbert H.
Dillon, David
Dufeck, Joseph
Ellman, Max
Ford, Fred
Green John V.
Greenberg, Bernard
Grunert, Louis H.
Hanson, Harry B.
Harrington, Daniel M.
Helmer, Ernest  H.
Hamberg, Clarence
Johnson, John
Jackson, Ben
Jorgenson, Peter D.
Jamieson, William G.
Kiehl, William C.
Klozotskny, Albert
Kohler, Joseph C.
Kennedy, Howard
Lacouciere, Joseph W.
Lynes, Charles, Jr.
La Duke, Everette
La Duke, Walter E.
Le Breck, Marceilin
Maigray, Frank
Meyer, Ernest
Meyer, Charles F.
Meyer, William
Minnick, John E.
Morrow, Gilbert, Jr.
McDougal, John
McCartney, Ted W.
Mokin, Godfrey H.
Norton, Charles J.
Neuville, Joseph
Nilsen, Crist
Park, Edwin G.
Payette, John
Payne, Frederick
Pecor, Edward
Petit, Zephir
Plain, Herbert
Porter, Frank
Pelkey, John
Richer, Stephen
Routheau, Querin F.
Rassmussen, Frank
Simons, Louis H.
Simpser, Curtis
Smith, William A.
Schuette, Louis
Salvas, Wallace F.
Simpson, Bert E.
Seymour, John P.
Spice, Delbert R.
Teigs, Henry
Terens, Henry
Van Able, William
Van Boven, Frank
Van Boven, John
Van Rossun, Frank
Van Harpen, Peter
Viau, Ernest H.
Weidner, Charles O.
Werth, Albert
Whitney, Roy C.
Wright, Henry
Wittkopf, Charles
Werth, Herman H.

Deaths:

Priv. Andrew P. Anderson of Gillett, age 23, died at Gillett of consumption, Nov. 24,
1898. Buried at Gillett.

Priv. William J. Trier of Sheboygan, age 18, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico, Sept. 29,
1898 of Malaria fever.  Buried at Sheboygan.

Priv. George C. Wright of Peshtigo, age 20, died at Chickamauga, June 21, 1898
Of  Meningitis.  Buried at National Cemetery, Chattanooga.

Second Regiment Band

Chief Musician----P. H. Laffey, Oshkosh.
Principal Musicians:

Henry Johnson
Charles Collar
Ferdinand Wetzel
Joseph Nusbaumer
George Johnson
Francis Kempf
Herman Nagel
Herman Discher
Louis simnit
George Wright
Henry Ebeling
Evereth Bethe
Frank Norothy
Albert Boehm
Oscar  Hensel
Frank Kroeff
Ambrosius Jachinski
Charles Neuman
Eugene Billet
Fred Kohl.

Deaths:

Priv. Robert Brand of Oshkosh, age 24, died at  Chickamauga , in June.
Buried at Oshkosh.


The note reads: Co. M Guard Mount, Bulocan, P.I.



Bibliography:

Andersen, Curt - Info. on the spelling of Nels George Andersen's name (Company M) and photo of Nels Andersen.

Callies, Jack, personal correspondence with editor concerning Walter Callies [Collies], Company B.

Correspondence Relating to the War with Spain Including the Insurrection in the Philippine Islands and the China Relief Expedition April 15, 1898 to July 30, 1902. Vol. 1 (Washington DC: Center for Military History, 1993) 623.

Jayne, Bill, (Cemetery Development Coordinator, Wilmington National Cemetery) - Info. on the final resting places of Carl E. Shipman and  Laurel B. Johnson

Kirch, Mary E. Kirch - Info. on Arthur V. Gove, Company I

Wallström, Tony - Photo of Company I

"Wisconsin Troops in the Spanish War"  reprinted from The Sentinel Almanac and Book Of Facts for the year 1899.


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