The Roster of the 3rd 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.

32nd and 33rd Wisconsin arriving in Puerto Rico


REGIMENTAL STAFF:

Colonel----Martin T. Moore,  La Crosse
Lieutenant Colonel----Benjamin F. Parker,  Milwaukee

Majors:

Thomas J. George,Prairie Farm
Julius E. Kircheis,  La Crosse;
 Randolph A. Richards, Tomah
.
Surgeons:

Maj. John B. Edwards, Mauston
Lieut. Edward H. Grannis, Menomonie

Adjutant: Capt. Orlando Holway, La Crosse
Quartermaster: Lieut. Charles R. Williams,  Tomah

Battalion Adjutants:
Lieut. Marshall Cousins, EauClaire
Lieut. Louis Schalle, Tomah
Lieut. Edward H. Masse,  Menomonie

Chaplain----Capt. Charles E. Butters,  Tomah

NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF

Sergeant Major----Samuel E. Grout
Quartermaster Sergeant----Albert Ludingon
Chief Musician----Frank G. Dana

Principal Musicians:
Frederick B. Clapp
Claud F. Tuthill

Hospital Stewards:

William H. Becker
George B. Ascott

Assistant Hospital Stewards:

George W. Olson
Charles E. Shadduck

DISCHARGED FROM REGIMENTAL STAFF

Capt. Edward W. Trimm, chaplain, Sept. 30, 1898
Lieut. Henry W. Klopf, Sept. 21, 1898
Lieut. A. Judson Morse, Oct. 18,1898
Sergt. Major William McCaul, sept. 1898
H. H. Williams,  hospital steward
 

Company A, Neillsville

Captain----J. W. Hommel
First Lieutenant----William J. Brewster
Second Lieutenant----Ole A. Jackson
First Sergeant----Frank J. Burnett
Quartermaster Sergeant----Charles E. Lee

Sergeants:

Walter R. Calway
Julius L. Neverman
Allen Wildish
Elmer Glass

Corporals:

Emil Ketel
Leo I. Redmond
Albert J. Beardsley
Henry Frantz
William A. Campman
Arnhold F. Knoop
William Bradford
George J. Lippert
Orville A. Stephens
Hugh W. Whitcomb
Alfred Sherman
Fred V. Bullard

Musicians:

William Campbell
Harry F. Darling

Wagoner----Ernest J. Page

PRIVATES

Andeson, John
Adkins, William H.
Allen, Guy
Ayers, Gustavus R.
Burnett, Charles M.
Beaulieu, Lester
Barton, Edward
Bone, William
Bredlau, August J.
Brooks, Alfred r.
Cole, Willard
Castner, John
Davis, Emroy
Drake, Judd
Eggeman, Ernest
Eldridge, Albert
Francomb, Harry L.
Franz, George E.
Gergen, Elwood
Gustavson, Henry
Goger, Herbert
Graves, Claude
Hart, Bert E.
Hanson, Carl
Hauge, Martin
Higgins, Daniel H.
Heath, John A.
Hardison, Warren
Hicks, Birney
Howe, Arthur
Harriman, Leonard
Jones, Charles H.
James, John
King, Edward
Lloyd, Clyde
Lapp, Ray
Lewis, Benjamin F.
Lang, Charles
Lee, Herbert
McNamara, Edward
Maxwell, William
Meade, Roland
Marquardt, Charles
Meyer, Lowis C.
McFadden, James
Morton, Robert
Neely, Amos H.
Nebel, William
Northrup, Thomas
Oleson, Peter H.
Ploof, Troubadour F.
Peterson, Charles
Perry, Howard E.
Preston, Joseph
Rude, Oscar
Rhiner, Casper
Rundle, Henry
Ruddock, Frank
Ross, Henry
Rollins, John
Southard, William
Scovill, William A.
Stockwell, Thomas
Shields, Frank
Schwab, Otto H.
Seidelmann, Henry G.
Stichl, Daniel G.
Schnell, Lewis F.
Tennant, Frank
Thomas, Jacob
Wightman, George A.
Waterman, William, Jr.
Welsh, Mark
Yates, Leonard C.
Youmans, Charles  A.
Zassenhaus, William , Jr.

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Priv. Robert J. Mac Bride,Jr. , Sept. 22,1898

TRANSFERS
Priv. Bernard J. Pulsifer  to Hospital service
Priv. Elmer R. Harrington  to hospital service
Priv. Leo V. Edgbert to Hospital service
 

Deaths

Sergeant Daniel W. Gates of Neillsville, age 22, died in July, 1898, at Chickamauga of Typhoid fever. Buried at Neillsville.

Priv. Ellis Noyes of Neillsville, age 24, died Aug. 23, 1898 at Ponce, Puerto Rico of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Ponce.

Corp. Frank E. Stanley of Neillsville, age 21, died Sept. 6, 1898 at Ponce, Puerto Rico
Of  Typhoid fever.  Buried at Ponce.
 

Company B,   La Crosse

Captain----Fred Schultz
First Lieutenant----Otto E. Kanard
Second Lieutenant----Charles E. Jackel
First Sergeant----Frank Muellenberg
Quartermaster Sergeant----Otto E. Kowalke

Sergeants:

Charles J. Weigel
Andrew Krebs
Ernst Rick
Otto Manke

Corporals:

Albion Weigel
Leopold Sill
Max Affeldt
Charles A. Miller
Mike Weber
Julius Simkey
Daniel Clarke
Otto H. Sill
William Nichols
Ernst Zube

Musicians:

Joseph Riese
August Peterson

Artificer----John Goetsche
Wagoner----John Mueller

PRIVATES:

Aikens, Lester
Bay, Herman
Buchman, Albert
Bauman, Willliam
Bradley, John M.
Berghaus, Joseph
Casper, Anton
Critchfield, William
Cain, Michael
Darling, Oscar
Engelhard, Andrew
Ellingsvold, John L.
Fischer, George
Freeman, Frederick
Forseth, Edward
Fuller, Harry C.
Faltermeyer, Frank
Gerrard, John
Gelenski, August
Grant, Samuel E.
Hammond, Walter A.
Hoye, Olaf S.
Halik, Anton
Hupp, Paul
Herstad, Anton
Hartung, Edward
Jansky, Michael
Jiracek, John
Johnson, Winfred
Kienzle, John
Koch, Fred H.
Konoetzke, Valentine
Klix, William
Kosbal, William
Krause, Richard
Keys, Berth
Kolb, Gustave
Lund, Ben
Last, Emil
Losby, Louis
Luedtke, Theodore
Lean, John
Lawerence, Asa
Miller, John G.
Mueller, Frank
Mach, Frank
Macking, August
McKieth, Pearl
Olson, Harry
O’Donavon, James
Poley, John
Platz, Henry
Roellig, George
Roubick, anton
Rosmansky, Gustave
Simkey, John
Schroeder, William
Storkerson, Julius
Schleiter, John
Schaller, Frank
Stoll, August
Stratte, Oscar
Skaten Charles
Theyson, Emil
Taplett, Herman
Taylor, William
Voras, Frank
Wichman, Frank
Williams, Benton
Wendling, Philip
Weigel, Louis
Winsole, Louis
Webenstad, Andrew
Welch, Alfred
Yehle, Fred
Young, Rudolph
Zellner, Julius
Zoeller, Louis

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Lieut. John Strehl, July 18, 1898
Priv. Fred J. Kroner, Nov. 30,1898

TRANSFERS

Priv. William Raseman to Ambulance corps.
Priv. Thomas Thompson to Ambulance corps.

Deaths

Priv. Morris Casberg of Holmen, died on board Transport Obdam, in harbor at Fortress Monroe, Aug. 5, 1898, of Pneumonia.  Buried at Holmen.

Priv. Joseph Tucheck of La Crosse, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico, Oct. 18, 1898, of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Ponce, Puerto Rico.
 
 

Company C,  Hudson

Captain----Andrew J. Kinney
First Lieutenant----Hiram E. Nye
Second Lieutenant----Lona Enslin
First Sergeant----Alfred P. Goss
Quartermaster Sergeant----Harry Burton

Sergeants:

Joseph J. Miller
George H. Johnson
Max H. Dyer
Holver D. Michaelson

Corporals:

Albert J. Johnson
Melvin V. Corthell
Norman Thoen
James Penman
Nels J. Johnston
Holver Olson
Edward A. Tise
Edward E. Fall
Joseph A. Tise
Leonard L. Bailey
Olof M. Olson,
Clarence E. Wright
Lambert E. Kasenow
Carl A. Swanson

Musicians:

Eugene B. Cole
Earnest E. Cole

Wagoner----Edwin B. Dedrick
Artificer----Marcus A. Hanson

PRIVATES

Bailey, James P.
Barquist, Oscar
Barrett, Henry
Beorn, August
Breen, Harry T.
Brickley, Michael H.
Brubaker, Harley C.
Campbell, Samuel W.
Chapman, Frank A.
Cleveland, Archibald L.
Crandall, Guy H.
Decker, Vernon
Donahue, Daniel J.
Dregger, Edward H.
Dusek, Edward J.
Dwyer, Charles P.
Espelund, Iver A.
Finn, Michael J.
Fischer, Christoph F.
Foley, John
Fralick, Scott B.
Gilbertson, Carl A.
Gillen, Hugh H.
Gillen, John M.
Griddley, George A.
Hanson, James
Hennessey, Richard
Herrick, Robert A.
Hetherington, Elbert W.
Hoffengardner, John
Hougdahl, John J.
Jacobson, Christian
Jansa, John J.
Jefferson, John A.
Johnson, Albert S.
Keyes, Henry
Kohlman, Frank X.
Kunzelman, Fredrick F.
Kurrasch, Rudolph K.
Marti, John
Matzek, John
McConnell, Lawrence E.
McCourtie, Mason W.
McCutcheon, William H.
McGinley, John G.
McMahon, Peter W.
Melgord, Julius
Muckenhausen, Fredrick
Murray, William
O’Hare, Herbert F.
O’Rourke, John F.
Orton, Otis I.
Parker, Charles S.
Parsons, Nels A.
Paul, Fredrick C.
Pender, John W.
Peterson, Peter H.
Peterson, Rasmus
Prentice, Carl H.
Purvis, Charles E.
Purvis, John A.
Ridinger, Charles F.
Risser, Charles A.
Ross, James M.
Russ, Freeman
Sausman, Wyman X.
Sloan, George T.
Sweeney, Michael E.
Thoen, Oscar
Thompson, Andrew
Tinker, Henry L.
Treadway, John D.
Turner, Herold J.
Tuttle, Albert W.
Van Voorhis, Lewis A.
Wade, Martin D.
Wallett, George F.
Warnock, Harry B.
Waaxon, Hughey C.
Waxon, Otto D.
Waugh, William E.
Whitehead, Carl
Widmeyer, Louis
Wittman, Frank C.
Wittke, Charles G.
Worth, Charles H.

TRANSFERS

Priv. Frank A. Chapman to Hospital service.
Priv. Herrold Turner to Hospital service.
Priv. Archibald L. Cleveland to Hospital service.

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Priv. Richard Hennessey, Aug. 12, 1898
Archibald L. Cleveland, Aug. 15, 1898
 

Deaths

Corp. Holver Olson of Hudson, age 24, died at Fortress Monroe, Oct. 15, 1898, of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Hudson.

Priv. Elbert W. Hetherington of New Richmond, age 18, died at Fortress Monroe,
Oct. 16, 1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at New Richmond.
 
 

Company D,  Mauston

Captain----John  Turner
First Lieutenant----Gerhard F. Behnkn
Second Lieutenant----Daniel L. Remington
First Sergeant----Carl L. Behnkn

Sergeants:

Edward Hofmeister
Frank F. Carter
Earl W. Towers
Edward D. George
Will A. Van Wie

Corporals:

Dan W. Stevens
Clarence L. Pratt
Matt J. Grinolds
Charles F. Hagamann
Fred H. Runkel
Frank Schroeder
Webster W. Dyer
Dan O. Bennett
Harry R. Fosbinder,
Henry Heiman
Harry J. Lyon
Herman M. Ruh.

Musicians:

Louis P. Heiman
Forest W. Delap

Artificer----John m. Chase
Wagoner----William Maytum

PRIVATES

Amey, Charles E.
Anderson, Charles J.
Armstrong, Charles W.
Armstrong, Milton C.
Barringer, Walter E.
Bazanak, Thomas
Brandt, Richard A.
Babcock, Elmer
Baldwin, Asa W.
Beckwith, Adelbert L.
Betts, Arthur E.
Bockhouse, Herb C.
Booth, Archie E.
Bradley, Morris D.
Brown, Arthur L.
Bulman, Fred A.
Cash, John A.
Chilson, Charles E.
Clement, Bert C.
Cohen, Harry
Donnell, Bradley W.
Eighmy, Jessie C.
Eno, Frank R.
Fiene, George
Field, Edward L.
Golz, Lewis
Golfin, John
Goodspeed, Earnest E.
Hanes, Lewis
Howe,  Ralph
Hauer, Henry
Hickok, William A.
Holliday, Ellsworth E.
Holliday, Robert H.
Hood, John W.
Howard, John L.
Hulbert, George W.
Hungerford, Edward H.
Judd, Ernst
Johnson, Fremont C.
Kelk, Harry E.
Larson, Martin
Maytum, Thomas
McKenzie, Donald C.
McNown, Chester W.
McNown, Will
Marshall, Elihu F.
Meekin, Fred R.
Millard, George R.
Murray, Lewis G.
Newkirk, Manning
Nugent, Albert
Odell, Vernon E.
Ohde, William F.
Patterson, Charles D.
Patterson, Charles N.
Peck, Fred E.
Peck, Harry L.
Peck, William E.
Perry, Edward L.
Pierce, Lynn F.
Past, Clyde L.
Perry, Arthur C.
Remington, Charles C.
Remington, Homer O.
Reynolds, George E.
Roberts, John P.
Russell, Jeremiah M.
Segkora, Ed. A.
Smith, George E.
Smith, Noyce B.
Smith, John W.
Stanford, William J., Jr.
Sias, Ashley E.
Sims, William A.
Turner, Louis K.
Vinopal, Joseph
Van Camp, Wilford
Veeder, Fred I.
Whitman, Robert H.
Williams, Fred
 

Deaths

Corp. Fred R. Goodhouse of Mauston, age 19, died on board Hospital ship while
Returning from Puerto Rico, Oct. 24,1898, of heart failure.  Buried at Mauston.

Priv. John W. Delap of Mauston, age 19, died at Syracuse, N.Y. while returning
From Puerto Rico, Nov. 9, 1898, of Pneumonia.  Buried at Mauston.
 

Company E,  Eau Claire

Captain----Joseph M. Ballard
First Lieutenant----Thomas P. Cochrane
Second Lieutenant----John E. Barron
First Sergeant----Fred Arnold
Quartermaster Sergeant----Seymour H. Knight

Sergeants:

Francis Deline
Guido H. Faber
Frank Hill
Horace L. Whittier

Corporals:

Percy C. Atkinson
Joseph P. Bellmore
Sumner P. Bartlett
O. H. Beadle
Donald Boyd
Henry A. Bitter
Russell C. Bailey
Halford F. Calvert
Samuel J. Hillestad
Wilfrid a. Kutzner
Simon Rohm
Arthur S. Sherman
Harry Stannard

Musician----Ezra L. Cathcart
Wagoner----Charles A. Russell
Artificer----Rowell B. Van Wagonen

PRIVATES

Ahearn, John
Ahneman, Adam
Boston, Roy M.
Ballerud, Alfred G.
Baxter, William J.
Brackett, James G.
Bandoli, Fred W.
Bandoli, Carl F.
Brace, Dwight C.
Bruce, William H.
Bobman, Herman L.
Bush, Herbert E.
Carroll, William P.
Cernaghan, Malcolm J.
Cheever, John H.
Cameron, William J.
Cheators, William
Curry, Charles
Day, Charles E.
Dowling, Thomas F.
Dechaine, Patrick
Dodge, William H.
Ecklund, George E.
Eldridge, Eugene
Elbert, Philip C.
Eck, Charles
Elbert, William F.
Frost, Lester
Flagler, Lawrence a.
Fowler, Roy
Fowler, Harry F.
Gillett, Jerome E.
Hall, Charles W.
Hall, William
Hanson, Eugene C.
Hawley, William H.
Haggerty, Edward J.
Hart, George M. S.
Hebard, Roy W.
Herron, George
Holberg, Julius W.
Huey, Harry G.
Hutchinson, Clarence H.
Hume, Frank
Johnson, Charles H.
Johnson, Martin H.
Joyce, John F.
Kelly, Charles E.
Kessler, August
Koppelberger, Frank L.
Krogh, Gilbert H.
Kunferman, John
Kennedy, William P.
Larson, Lewis
Loken, Leonard
Lyons, Herbert S.
Lund, Hans S.
McClintock, Albert J.
McKay, Angus
McKinnon, Donald J.
Meservey, Miles E.
Mosher, Charles P.
Morgan, Alex. S.
Nelson, Bernie
Nelson, Nels B.
Nichols, Charles R.
Nyquist, Carl G.
Olson, Joseph
Ranous, George C.
Reagan, Timothy J.
Ross, Ward
Samuels, Harry M.
Shallenberger, John D.
Sherman, George
Schroeder, Christopher H.
Slawson, George H.
Sloan, Homer W.
Somerville, John
Stafford, Samuel L.
Tebo, Earl C.
Toft, Carl M.
Thompson, Arthur
Thompson, Graham B.
Watson, Herman C.
Werner, Henry W.
Waterbury, Felix H. H.
 

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Priv. Leonard Loken, Sept. 15, 1898

TRANSFERS

Priv. Malcolm Cernahan to Hospital corps.
Priv. Alex S. Morgan to Hospital corps.
Priv. W. H. Bruce to Hospital corps.
Priv. Charles e. Day to Hospital corps.

Deaths

Corp. Samuel P. Bartlett of Eau Claire, age 29, died at Coamo, Puerto Rico,
Sept. 9, 1898, of Typhoid  fever.  Buried at Coamo.

Priv. Dwight C. Brace, of Eau Claire, age 25, died at Ponce, Porto Rico, Sept.
25, 1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Ponce.

Priv. Charles Eck of Eau Claire, age 22, died at Chickamauga, May 22, 1898 of
Convulsions.  Buried at National Cemetery, Chickamauga.
 
 

Company F,  Portage

Captain----F. T. Lee    *
First Lieutenant----W. O. Kelm
Second Lieutenant----H. S. Rockwood
First Sergeant----F. E. Burbach
Quartermaster Sergeant----Normn Slater

Sergeants:

Guy F. Goodell
Robert Wilson
John O. Mullen
Edward LaFleur

Corporals:

Charles Doherty
Louis Mueller
Charles Brockman
George H. Vanderpool
Robert Carnegie
Louis Krueger
Charles Raimer
Gustave Johnson
George Whitney
Eugene C. Akey
Timothy J. Fitzgerald
Albert E. Price

Musicians:

Edward J. Kiefer
Frank Cushing

Artificer----James Lyons
Wagoner----Edward Grace

PRIVATES

Affeldt, Albert
Affeldt, Fred
Armson, Henry A.
Austin, Ziba A.
Barrows, Frank L.
Brandenburg, Herman F.
Bloom, Guy H.
Bennett, Howard
Blank, Herman
Baker, Fred H.
Capron, Donald
Chapman, Eugene
Carnegie, Edgar
Charboncau, Louis A.
Chapman, Charles
Conigisky, Isadore H.
Crowley, Dennis
Cummings, Clarence A.
Davis, William H.
Dunn, William S.
Dow, William C.
Denzine, Charles
Devore, Arthur
Ebert, Frank
Fogle, Robert C.
Grace, Oliver R.
Gruhlke, Henry A.
Goff, Stephen T.
Hammond, Richard T.
Hall, George L.
Hanley, William B.
Hines, John E.
Hirsch, Arthur J.
Huebner, Carl
Jesse, George
 Kilmer, Henry E.
Kopplin, Otto C.
Krueger, Charles
Krueger, Fred
Kutzke, Fred
Lauterbach, Charles
Luck, Albert
Lewis, Ole
Lloyd, William D.
Mabie, Frank W.
Manthey, Charles
Manthey, William A.
Marshall, George E.
McCarthy, Thomas A.
McLennon, John
Nelson, Nels
Nehls, Albert
Neef, Louis
Neef, William E.
Nutt, David W.
Nutt, John A.
Porr, Fred H.
Race, Earl
Raimer, William
Rubin, Edwin
Ripson, Harry R.
Schwanz, Theodore
Sizer, Delos A.     *
Spletstoesser, Otto
Somers, Joseph
Smith, Charles
Smith, Morris B.
Thompson, John
Ward, Arthur R.
Woodman, Ralph
Wiley, Charles
Zoller, William
Zastrow, Gustave

? Wounded in action at Aibonita Pass, Puerto Rico, Aug. 12, 1898.
 

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Priv. John McSorley, Aug. 27, 1898
Corp. William D. Bryant, Sept. 7. 1898
Priv. Paul Luck,  Dec. 7,1898

TRANSFERS

Priv. Gustave Tarnutzer to Hospital corps.
Priv. H. B. Pearson to Hospital corps.
Priv. Walter Austin to Hospital corps.
Priv. Edward Rockwood to Hospital corps.

Deaths

Corp. Frank B. Loomis of Portage, age 25, died at Coamo, Puerto Rico, Sept. 8,
1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Coamo.

Priv. James Gamble of town of Buffalo, Marquette County, age 20, died at Coamo,
Puerto Rico, Sept. 20, 1898 of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Coamo.
 
 

Company G,  Wausau
 

Captain----H. J. Abraham
First Lieutenant----Fred R. Becker
Second Lieutenant----R. O. Kumerow
First Sergeant----Walter Mueller
Quartermaster Sergeant----H. J. Lemma

Sergeants:

E.I. Lucas
O. C. Abraham
Charles N. Goerling
H. O. Miller
Corporals:
William Huckbody
Emil Braatz
Ernst Grahn
Paul Schulz
Robert Braatz
Albert Zastrow
J. F. Kuechler
Bert E. Bibby,
 John Kwaitboski
Charles Sampson
William Laatsch

Musicians:

Adam F. Brechlin
William Twomey

Artificer----William H. Bolger
Wagoner----Albert Fenhaus

PRIVATES

Albee, Alex
Albee, Frank
Able, Paul
Armstrong, G.
Allen, E. C.
Bucus, Henry
Baker, John P.
Boernke, E. H.
Bernhardt, P.
Bernhardt, William
Benoit, Arthur
Benoit, Isadore
Behrend, Charles
Brett, William
Block, H. P.
Baker, J. W.
Biller, O. A.
Bugs, Carl
Callies, Gustav
Christianson, A.
Drake, George
Dumbroski, H. M.
Drake, Frank
Gasy, Albert
Goeres, B.
Hohman, Otto
Hagen, Ray
Helke, John
Hinchick, Charles
Holbrook, Robert
Horton, Clark
Hickey, William
Hildensperger, A.
Johnson, Peter
Johnson, Arthur
Johnson, Hans
Kiefer, John
Keissler, Z. E.
Leitz, Paul
Lamere, Michael
Laatsch, William
Lissack, Ernst
Lintleman, Charles
Lamont, Charles
Melang, William F.
McCullough, Ray
Muenchow, Gust
Mullendorf, E. F.
Miller, W. H.
Moats, Otto
Meyer, Fred
Malone, John
Newell, Ralph
Niebauer, Albert, Jr.
Niebauer, Edward C.
Ohm, Arnold
Opdahl, E. C.
Peterson, Albert
Raduechel, g.
Reiser, R. W.
Roloff, Carl
Roe, Clem
Stopp, John
Schwitzke, George
Schoenemann, Michael
Swett, I. L.
Sternke, Albert
Saindon, P.,Jr.
Saindon, Anton
Saindon, A. J.
Soukoup, A.
Schulrud, H.
Splain, V. J.
Swope, Walter
Treptow, Otto
Vaubel, Lawrence
Vaughan, Bently
Young, Ira
Zietlow, H.
Zeimer, Oscar [editor's note - family members report that this should read "Ziemer"]
Ziebell, Ernest

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Priv. W. W. Wilson in Puerto Rico

TRANSFERS

Priv. H. W. Gerndt to Hospital service
Priv. William Johnson  to Hospital service

Deaths:

Priv. Frank Gauger of Wausau, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico, of Typhoid fever, on
Oct. 20, 1898.  Buried at Ponce.
 
 

Company H,  Menomonie

Captain----John C. Ohnstad
First Lieutenant----John W. Macauley
Second Lieutenant----Edward Skeel
First Sergeant----Alexis P. Davis
Quartermaster Sergeant----Albert F. Alexander

Sergeants:

Milton F. Swan
Walter A. Neys
William F. Rowe
Dane Waite

Corporals:

William C. Ladd
Samuel Black
Herman E. Timm
Fred M. Bird
Homer F. Wilcox
Edward C. Quilling
Oliver T. Bundy
Arthur M. Bundy
Fred Galoff
Nels Thompson
Charles B. Carpenter

Musicians:

Ole Causrud
Louis Baker

Artificer----Herman Quilling
Wagoner----Edward McMahon

PRIVATES

Ashland, Halvor
Barnes, Samuel
Beatty, James
Blair, William W.
Blake, Julius
Brimer, Robert
Brostrom, Edward
Burglund, Edlai W.
Bunker, Page S.
Cadoo, Charles
Chamberlin, Daniel W.
Chidester, Beverly
Christenson, Emil
Christopherson, John
Cowing, Ned A.
Cummins, Ralph C.
Ekli, Peter
Fass, Halden
Gadow, Frank
Galvin, Patrick
Gordon, Joseph
Gordon, Otto
Gundermann, Carl
Hagman, Tim
Haley, Jerry
Halseth, Jens C.
Heller, James T.
Holliday, Leidy
Holliday Philip
Hongro, Nels
Hassmann, John
Hunter, Virgil
Jacobson, Anton
Johnson, Andrew
Johnson, Herman W.
Johnson, Oakley D.
Johnston, John E
Kossoff, John F. W.,
Krueger,  Alfred G.
Lanckton, Julius M.
Larrabee, Claude
Larson, William A. N.
Marshner, Gustav
McClench, Charles
McMahon, Thomas
Michkils, Rudolph C.
Morgan, Thomas
Mosing Albert
Mulvaney, Richard
Nelson, George
Olson, Albert
Olson Edward
Pease, Edmond
Packer, Benjamin G.
Peck, George W.
Puhl, Otto
Rollay, Austin K.
Rye, Louis O.
Saile, Charles
Sampson, Cyrus
Sampson, Julius
Sampson, Thomas
Schmidt, Edward
Sockness, George W.
Swenson, William S.
Thorberg, Fred
Trinko, Joseph
Van Allen, Frank
Walstad, John
Weisman, Peter
Wismer, Wernie W.
Waite, Elmer

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Priv. Albert Estabrook, Oct. 21, 1898
Priv. Ray Hunt, Oct. 1, 1898

TRANSFERS

Priv. Fred B. Allen to Hospital corps.
Priv. Frank Bunker to Hospital corps.
Priv. Herbert M. Pilcher to Hospital corps
Priv. Jay S. Fletcher to Hospital corps.
Priv. W. S. Schmidt to Hospital  corps.
 

Deaths

Priv. Charles V. Cummings of Spring Brook, Dunn County, age 22, died Nov. 9,
1898, at Coamo, Puerto Rico, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Coamo.

Quartermaster Sergeant George H. Edwards, of Menomonie, age 26, died in
Puerto Rico, Aug. 31, 1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried in Puerto Rico.

Priv. Frank Roberts of Cedar Lake, Iowa, age 27, died of Typhoid fever at
Charleston, S. C., July 31, 1898.  Buried at Cedar Lake.

Priv. Charles Lunderlin of Dunnville, age 19, died in Puerto Rico, Sept. 8,
1898, of Malaria.  Buried in Puerto Rico.

Priv. Eugene J. Turner of Downsville, age 21, died in Puerto Rico, Sept. 8,
1898, of Malaria.  Buried in Puerto Rico.

Priv. Edward Wachter of Menomonie, age 22, died in Puerto Rico, Sept. 18,
1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried in Puerto Rico.

Priv. Charles  Wagner of Menomonie, age 18, died in Puerto Rico, Oct. 6, 1898 of
Typhoid fever.  Buried in Puerto Rico.
 
 

Company I,  Superior

Captain----Harry W. Newton
First Lieutenant----William H. Smith
Second Lieutenant----Richmond Smith
First Sergeant----Charles W. Newton
Quartermaster Sergeant----Fred A. Russell

Sergeants:

William D. Coburn
George M. Coburn
Thomas R. Christie, Jr.
John S. Herzog

Corporals:

Robert B. McLean, Jr.
George S. Giffin
Frank C. Buckley,
Charles F. Langevin
Fred A Weade
John H. Runnings
Emauel Rossiter,
Harry E. Briggs
William E. LeBlanc
Samuel K. Duff, Jr.
Ethan Allen,
William K. McNair.

Musicians:

Harry H. Howell
Walter P. McCombs

Artificer----John Larson
Wagoner----George A. Anderson

PRIVATES

Allen, Robert B.
Anderson, August
Armitage, Percy T.
Anderson, David
Burnett, John P.
Burnett, David R.
Barker, Earle I.
Banks, Clarence
Beattie, James
Bergstrom, David
Braue, August C.
Clark, Henry W.
Conroy, Thoams        ( Thomas ?)
Clarity, Frank E.
Cournoyer, George A.
Comiskey, Edward  C.
Champagne, Oscar P.
Canfield, Edward L.
Conroy, Mathias J.
Doran, James D.
Donovan, Andrew
Earnshaw, Arthur C.
Elson, Carl W.
Frink, James M.
Grace, Robert J.
Gill, Coville F.
Gregory, John M.
Haverstick, John A.
Heyer, Oscar F.
Hammond, Alonzo R.
Henry, George C.
Henderson, Armenius B.
Hemstreet, John A.
Hadler, William A.
Hudson, Charles E.
Henry, Arthur
Kenney, Frank M.
Kemp, William W.
Kinne, Leonard J.
Kinne, Bedford J.
Lindquist, Francis O.
Long, Rolla I.
Laffitte, Herman J.
 Landswick, Ole
Lockwood, Harmon O.
Lund, Carl O.
McCaveny, Jeremiah P.
McCann, Patrick F.
McNaughton, Thomas E.
Mills Hugh B., Jr.
Munro, Charles N.
Morisette, Joseph I.
Newman, Carl H.
Nesbit, David
Olson, Elmer
O’Kelly, Edward G.
Purdy, Homer B..
Price, Oliver R.
Powers, James S.
Penfound, Nicholas G.
Rogers, Charles A.
Spring, Harry E.
Shimian, Fred S.
Scales, George F.
Schroeder, Edward G.
Schaal, Clemens O.
Strong, Lawrence H.
Safford, Edmund T.
Steck, Newton A.
Sabom, Joseph O.
Somerville, Hugh B.
Shamp, Ralph H.
Spaetig, Robert
Sykes, John M.
Thompson, Charles F.
Whipple, Walter W.
Zachau, Frank S.

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Corp. Robert Kelly, Jr.,  July 20, 1898

TRANSFERS

Priv. Clifford G. Howard to Ambulance corps
Priv. George F. Wilklow to Ambulance corps.
 

Deaths

Lieutenant  Hector R. Swift of Superior, age 21, died at Charleston, S. C., July 22,
1898 of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Rice Lake.

Priv. Thomas L. Keiley of Superior, age 29, died at Superior, Dec. 11, 1898, of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Chippewa Falls.
 
 

Company K,  Tomah

Captain----Winfield W. Warren
First Lieutenant----Alva S. Goodyear
Second Lieutenant----Irving E. Jones
First Sergeant----Jonathan I. Bigelow

Sergeants:

Oscar M. Mick
John McKane
H. Arthur Clarke

Quartermaster Sergeant----Glenworth Graham

Corporals:

John Flood
Ned Lombard
William H. Wise
Bert Trowbridge
George J. Kuckuck
C. Wallace McPherson
Charles T. Meyers
Claude R. Sowle
Lester F. Pennewell
Claude B. Wells
Parker Moseley,
Warren D. Jones.

Musicians

Charles K. Wright
Edward J. Pecore

Artificer----Ernest Pingel
Wagoner----Alfred Harp

PRIVATES

Austin, Henry H.
Alverson, George R.
Armstrong, Charles
Alexander, Harry B.
Adams, Daniel J.
Baumgarten, Alvin E.
Baumgarten, Edwin A.
Bohn, Charles F.
Bickel, Eam
Curtius, Max P.
Conrad, Herman A.
Case, Max
Capelle, August
Dewey, Jason A.
Dewey, Lee
Emery, Oscar A.
Fulsom, Hans
Flood, Andrew
Ferdon, Leroy, W.
Franz, Otto C. E.
Gove, Ransome E.
Getman, Lester E.
Gordon, James W.
Heeler, Fred H.
Hammond, Millard G.
Johnson, Thomas J.
Johnson, Ralph P.
Jones, Lee Henry
Jackson, Dwelly P.
Lapp, Bennie J.
Lenz, William
Logan, Herbert E.
Lee, Burt A.
Larson, James
Leonard, Charles
Lee, Edgar
McLean, George
Miller, Ernest A.
Miller, Arthur D.
Mick, John
Mullenberg, William
McCauley, Henry
McMullen, Brice
Montgomery, Henry M.
Marquardt, Gustav
Middleman, Frank
Mitchell, August
Meloy, Homer
Murphy, James E.
Nelson, Adolph H.
Newsome, Walter
Otto, Arthur H.
Peterson, Charles A. G.
Paley, Oscar
Palmer, Johnnie
Pilow, Joseph
Patterson, Arthur E.
Reynolds, LuVerne
Reynolds, John W.
Root, William H.
Reich, Albert E.
Rose, Mett
Roscovius, Alexander
Smith, Christy H.
Schuemann, John C.
Sauer, Frank J.
Sauer, William H.
Stevens, Harold
Smith, Edwin F.
Sherer, Orren R.
Shultz, Hermann
Scruby, Frederic R.
Seibert, Albert J.
Terry, George H.
Van Voorhees, Lorenzo
Wells, Edward R.
Warren Harry M.
Williams, George H.
White, Thomas E.

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Corp. Frederic Barrows, Sept. 11, 1898

TRANSFERS

Priv. William F. Fetkenhire  to Hospital corps.
Priv. Arthur J. Ratcliffe to Hospital corps.
 

Deaths

Priv. Oscar Zimmerman of Tomah, age 21, died at Coamo, Puerto Rico, Oct. 15,
1898, of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Coamo.

Priv. Paul Curtius of Tomah, died at Charleston, S. C.,  Aug. 1898, of Typhoid fever.
Buried at Tomah.
 
 

Company L,  Sparta
 

Captain----Frank L. French
First Lieutenant----John B. Schneller
Second Lieutenant----Milon R. Gould
First Sergeant----Frank J. Schneller
Quartermaster Sergeant----Clark S. McCoy

Sergeant:

August Yanke  *
Theodore J. Hanson
Fred V. Burrows

Corporals:

George W. King
Judson P. Williams
James Roy Boyle
 Frank E. Perham
John D. Smith
Frank B. Nichols
John F. Nolan
Ossian R. Link
Ned Olson

Musician ---- Clarence E. Kenyon
Artificer----William D. Allen
Wagoner----John H. Vankirk
 

PRIVATES

Ackerman, William H.
Anderson, Albertus
Abbott, Edgar
Bacon, Gardner E.
Brooks, Elbert J.
Becker, August
Bunce, George J.  *
Brist, Orin W.
Carrigan, William B.
Chase, Clarence H.
Davis, Henry E.
Davis, William L.
Davenport, George E.
Edwards, John B.
Evans, Evan S.
Erickson, Olaf C.
Esch, George E.
Flaig, Martin
Finn, Thomas
Frazier, Frank E.
Gustad, Ole, Jr.
Gilbert, M. Grant
Gannon, George
Gunn, Harley A.
Gamble, Ernest G.
Harr, Andrew L.
Hiles, Albert
Hogue, H. Clay
Hutson, Chauncey A.
Heitman, Henry C.
Hagen, Anton
Hubbell, Welcome L.
Hubbell, Wilson N.
Houghtalling, John
Howard, Olaf C.
Hanson, H. Alexander
Hubbard,  Frank L.
Hollenbeck, Arthur L.
Isaacs, Albert
Jackson, John H.
Jewett, Mark J.
Kurtzman, Harry N.
Loberg, Amiel N.
Lowrey, George A.
Link, Gustave C.
Landt, Homer A.
Lewis, Silas M.
Markham, Nathan C.
McAuliffe, John J.
McGillis, Edmond O.
Noble, Evander W.
Oakes, Harley B.
Olson, Anton B.
Putnam, Lester T.
Perham, Edward M.
Phelps, Walton  B.
Paul, George
Preston, Charles A.
Perham, Charles A.
Russell, Aaron E.
Shattuck, John C.
Servis, Ernest J.
Selke, John J.
Selke, Henry J.
Smith, Bert
Sullivan, Jerry
Sines, Lloyd
Seymour, Frank A.
Schell, Henry
Stolts, Charles B.
Thurston, Adelbert W.
Tester, John C.
Vice, North
Vankirk, James C.
Ware, Roy L.
Webster, Herbert E.
Wilcox, Pearl J.
Wilcox, Henry G.
Waste, Henry  A.
Williams, John E.
Yanke, Fred W.

* Wounded in action at Aibonita Pass, Puerto Rico, Aug. 12, 1898.

 HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Capt. Robert B. McCoy, Oct. 13, 1898
Priv. Milton Putnam, July, 1898
Corp. Ray Palmer, Sept. 31, 1898

TRANSFERS

Priv. James Davis to Hospital corps.
Priv. Earl Lucas to Hospital corps.
Priv.  Albert L. Miller appointed contract surgeon,  rank of Lieutenant.
Priv. Hugh H. Williams appointed contract surgeon.
Priv. A. De Grof to signal service.
 

Deaths

Corp. Oscar R. Swanson of Sparta, age 22.  Killed in action at Aibonita Pass, Puerto Rico, Aug. 12, 1898.  Buried at Coamo, Puerto Rico.

Priv. Fred Vought of Eagle River, age 32.  Wounded at Aibonita Pass, Puerto Rico,
Aug. 12,1898;  died that day at Coamo, Puerto Rico.  Buried at Coamo.

Priv. Charles Leslie McArthur of Sparta, age 20, died at Coamo, Puerto Rico  on Sept. 11, 1898 of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Coamo.

Priv. Peter Nolan of Norwalk, age 21, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico Oct. 27, 1898, of
Typhoid fever.  Buried at Ponce.

Priv. Miner E. Moyer of Sparta, age 18, died at Philadelphia Nov. 1, 1898 of Typhoid fever.  Buried at Plover.
 

Company M,   La Crosse

Captain----Eugene N. Chamberlain
First Lieutenant----George Klipple
Second Lieutenant----Frank N. Fowler
First Sergeant----William C. Hedske
Quartermaster Sergeant----John B. Shuman

Sergeant:

John Taylor
Louis M. Teeper
Asa B. Chandler
Joseph G. Fischer

Corporals:

Edward W. Gautsch
Ewald F. Raetzmann
Henry Hallauer
Paul R. Nelson
Percy E. Long
Anton Nymoen
Daniel J. McLaren
Spurgeaon N. Palmer
George A. Richards
Alois J. Felkel
William C. Walz
Charles H. Jensen.

Musician:

Lucius J. Cole
Erenest Oeltgendiers

Artificer----Ambrose Wyne
Wagoner----Herbert C. Green

PARIVATES

Alexander, Bertram F.
Arenz, John G.
Aalam, Moses L.
Bailey, Thomas H.
Blaann, Diederik J.
Bacon, John H.
Boyle, Duncan
Blanchard, Maurice
Berry, Charles A.
Cameron, Frank W.
Cameron, William W.
D’Arms, Michael
Deroncher, Charles C.
Ekkolm, Ross P.
Ford, Fred C;
Gaspard, V. Randolph
Giles, Thomas J.
Geiwitz, Fred
Gautsch, Edward J.
Hawley, Alfred M.
Hammer, Edwin B.
Hedtke, Fred E.
Hiscox, Ray E.
Holmboe, Abel
Hauser, William J.
Hauser, William C.
Haberman, John, Jr.
Hayes, Bruno
Harrison, Barney
Hassman, F. Otto
Hassley, Anton
Irwin, William
Jarvis, Albert N.
Jensvote, Christopher
James, Frank P.
Kuhlman, William A.
Kellogg, Ben W.
Larson, Arthur
Lewis, Guy A.
Lienlokten, Oscar
Loveng, Ole
McDonald, Alfred
McKenzie, John S.
McCauley, Dennis
Merwin, Edgar M.
Morhenson, Charles W .
Moore, John J. C.
Miller, Fred J.
Nedvidek, Rudolph
Okre, Herman R.
Olsen, O’Neil
Pierce, George W.
Peterson, Paul A.
Rawlinson, Charles H.
Ripley, Harry
Ross, James K.
Robinson, Thomas C.
Ryan, John E.
Stellingware, Cornelius
Swan, John E.
Spafford, William J.
Semingson, Gilburt
Schulz, Fred A.
Toeller, Albert M.
Tucker, Harvey
Thompson, Joseph F.
Thomas, David C.
Ward, John I.
Wakeman, Claude
Zuehlke, Otto F.

HONORABLY DISCHARGED

Capt. Luther N. Peck,  Sept. 10, 1898
Priv. Christ. Anderson, Oct. 31, 1898
Priv. B. T. Richmond,  Nov. 21,1898
Priv. Harry C. Strachan,  Dec. 17, 1898
Priv. Frank P. Spencer,  Sept. 20, 1898

TRANSFERS

TO HOSPITAL CORPS:
Priv. R. B. Higbee
Priv. John d. Jarvis
Priv. James A. Jarvis
Priv. W. F. Sequr
Priv. Ralph S. Woods
Priv.  George W. Olson
Priv. George Mueller
 

THIRD REGIMENT BAND
 

Chief Musician----Frank G. Dana
Principal Musician----Frederick B. Clapp
Principal Musician----Claude F. Tuthill

Bradley W. Donnell
Fred H. Alden
Carl F. Bandolin
Albert J. Heath
Joseph Holub
Charles F. Parker
W. H. Wiley
G. D. McGillis
O. F. Bailey
Isadore Benoit
Arthur Benoit
Robert Haese
Adolph N. Maeder
Adolph W. Pellant
Charles G. Wittke
Alois Altman
Alexander C. Black
James L. Cooper
Patrick Dechaine
John W. Hood
Louis Navotny
A. Olof Thielen
Joseph Zichler
Isaac R. Wittke
 

Deaths

Corp. Burt B. Bailey of La Crosse, died at Ponce, Puerto Rico, Sept. 12,
1898, of dysentery.  Buried at Ponce.

Priv. Arthur G. Thorson of Mt. Horeb,  died on board hospital ship  Relief,
Oct. 4, 1898, of epileptic convulsions.  Buried at sea.

Priv. Frank N. Eaton of La Crosse, died at La Crosse in November, 1898 of
Cronic diarrhea.  Buried at La Crosse.

Priv. Earl A. Chapman of Sparta, died in Sparta on Oct 24, 1898 of Tuberculosis.
Buried at Sparta.



BIBLIOGRAPHY:

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

Information on the spelling of "Ziemer" in Company G was provided by his family via personal email.


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