A list of Spanish American War Veterans

Listed as

Missing in Action

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  24th U.S. Infantry, Co. F (Originally from Montgomery County, Maryland; served from August 22, 1898 until December 4, 1899. On that date he was ill and left behind at Bayonbong, Philippine Islands along with two other members of his company.  They all disappeared on their way to rejoin their company.)

 5th Maryland Volunteer Infantry, Co.  F (February 26, 1874 September 25, 1915) (Originally from Baltimore, Maryland;  After serving with the
5th Maryland Volunteer Infantry, he joined the 23rd U.S. Infantry and served in the Philippines.  Later, during World War One, he joined the British Black Watch Regiment and was killed at the Battle of Loos, France.  His body was not recovered.)


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