KANSAS

20th's ROLL OF HONOR

Source: The Iola Register, Friday, November 10, 1899

NAME

RANK

COMPANY

STATUS

DATE

Alford, Alfred C.

First Lieutenant

Co. B, Lawrence

Killed in action

February 7, 1899

Anibal, Albert S.

Private

Co. G, Independence

Killed in action

March 25, 1899

Badger, Lewis R.

Private

Co. F, Kansas City, Kansas

Died of disease

January 10, 1899

Bash, William H.

Private

Co. F, Fort Scott

Died of disease

January 6, 1899

Barber, Sim F.

Private

Co. L, Abilene

Died of disease

March 27, 1899

Blair, Etoyl P.

Private

Co. A, Topeka

Died of disease

January 11, 1899

Birlew, Orin L.

Private

Co. G, Independence

Killed in action

March 29, 1899

Bartlett, John H.

Private

Co. F, Watson

Died of disease

July 14, 1899

Cooper, Isaac G.

Corporal

Co. B, Kansas City, Kansas

Died of disease

February 1, 1899

Campbell, David L.

Private

Co. L, Junction City

Died of disease

January 19, 1899

Cornett, Bert

Private

Co. E, Toronto

Died of disease

January 3, 1899

Cohen, Morris J.

Sergeant

Co. B, San Francisco

Killed in action

March 23, 1899

Craig, Curran

Private

Co. E, Garnett

Died of wounds

March 26, 1899

Carroll, William

Private

Co. D, Frontenac

Killed in action

March 27, 1899

Dawes, Raymond B.

Private

Co. C, Leavenworth

Died of disease

November 27, 1898

Dix, Alvia L.

Private

Co. G, Independence

Killed in action

March 29, 1899

Day, Dallas

Private

Co. I, Topeka

Died of disease

November 2, 1898

Elliott, David S.

Captain

Co. G, Coffeyville

Killed in action

February 28, 1899

Ferguson, Louis

Private

Co. B, Kansas City, Kansas

Died of disease

December 24, 1898

Fairchild, Troy E.

Private

Co. D, McCune

Killed in action

March 26, 1899

Fergus, Albert

Private

Co. E, Yates Center

Died of disease

June 17, 1898

Flowers, Ceil

Private

Co. L, Kansas City, Kansas

Died of disease

July 22, 1898

Graves, Charles

Private

Co. C, Centralia

Died of disease

November 25, 1894

Greenough, Clifford H.

Private

Co. L, Bennington

Died of disease

June 24, 1898

Hackett, Powhattan

Private

Co. F, Fort Scott

Died of disease

January 9, 1899

Howard, Ivers J.

Private

Co. B, San Francisco

Killed in action

February 10, 1899

Hand, Norman E.

Private

Co. L, Abilene

Died of disease

january 18, 1899

Hatfield, Adrian

Private

Co. I, Topeka

Died from wounds

March 30, 1899

Hook, Edward R.

Private

Co. H, Lawrence

Died

September 13, 1899

Ingenthron, John M.

Co. L, Wakeeney

Died on Tarter en route home

   
Jones, Larry

Private

Co. D, Pittsburg

Died of wounds

February 25, 1899

Knight, Orville R.

Private

Co. F, Pittsburg

Died of wounds

February 25, 1899

Kline, James W.

Private

Co. L, Kansas City, Kansas

Killed in action

March 13, 1899

Keeney, William

Private

Co. I, Topeka

Killed in action

March 18, 1899

Lee, Robert M.

Private

Co. F, Manhattan

Died on transport Tartar

 
Monroe, George H.

Private

Co. F, Marinette, Wis.

Killed in action

February 23, 1899

Maxwell, Fred

Private

Co. K, Richmond

Died of disease

February 2, 1899

Muhr, John C.

Private

Co. E, Westphalia

Died of wounds

March 15, 1899

Moon, Louis

Private

Co. B, Kansas City, Kansas

Died of disease

June 24, 1898

Manahan, Reseil

Private

Co. A, Topeka

Killed in action

April 26, 1899

Mallicott, Oscar

Private

Co. K, Virgil

Died of wounds

February 24, 1899

Morrison, Henry H.

Private

Co. M, salina

Died of wounds

April 28, 1899

Maxfield, Fred

Private

Co. B, Kansas City, Kansas

Died of disease

June 13, 1899

M'Allister, Wilson H.

Corporal

Co. M, Salina

Died of disease

June 24, 1898

M'Intyre, Elmer

Private

Co. E, Neosho Falls

Died of disease

August 24, 1898

M'Taggart, William A.

Second Lieutenant

Co. G, Independence

Killed

May 4, 1899

Nebegall, Guy

Private

Co. I, Newton

Died of disease

May 3, 1899

Olds, Howard

Private

Co. I, Fort Scott

Died of wounds

February 26, 1899

Orth, John M.    

Died on Tartar en route home

 
Pepper, Harry

Private

Co. I, Topeka

Died of disease

June 16, 1898

Pratt, Charles

Private

Co. E, New Cambria

Killed in action

February 5, 1899

Plummer, Hiram L.

Private

Co. E, Garnett

Killed in action

March 25, 1899

Rethemeyer, Edward A.

Private

Co. A, Topeka

Died of disease

January 8, 1899

Ricketts, Alonzo B.

Private

Co. I, Stanton

Killed in action

February 10, 1899

Ryan, Ernest

Private

Co. L, Abilene

Died of wounds

May 25, 1899

Sheldon, Jay

Sergeant

Co. I, Osawatomie

Died of wounds

February 9, 1899

Squires, Benjamin W.

Private

Co. L, Junction City

Died of disease

January 14, 1899

Snodgrass, Charles B.

Private

Co. B, Winters, Cal

Died of disease

February 2, 1899

Sherrier, John

Private

Co. C, Los Angeles

Killed in action

March 27, 1899

Sullivan, William

Private

Co. A, Topeka

Killed in action

May 24, 1899

Thorne, Oscar g.

Private

Co. L, La Cygne

Killed in action

March 11, 1899

Terry, Albert H.

Private

Co. L, Kansas City

Died of wounds

April 29, 1899

Vancil, William

Private

Co. I, Fort Scott

Died of disease

December 7, 1898

Werdick, James E.  

Co. E

Died in hospital at San francisco

October 10

Wahl, Joseph A.

Private

Co. H, Lawrence

Died of wounds

March 31, 1899

Wilson, Samuel M.

Private

Co. M, Salina

Killed in action

May 4, 1899

Wilcox, Merton A.

Private

Co. H, Lawrence

Killed in action

March 29, 1899

Young, John D.

Private

Co. A, Wamego

Died of disease

January 15, 1899

Roster of the Twentieth's Officers

It is impossible to give a complete roster of the Twentieth Kansas regiment as it stands to-day. Accurate information of that nature can only be obtained after the muster-out rolls are completed.

The regimental officers of the Twentieth at present are:

Col. Wilder S. Metcalf, Lawrence

Lieut. Col. Edward C. Little, Abilene

Maj. Frank Whitman, Lyndon

Maj. Charles I. Martin, Fort Scott

Surgeon John A. Rafter, Holton

Assistant Surgeons, Charles S. Hoffman and Henry D. Smith, Washington

Chaplain John G. Schileman, Phillipsburg

Adjutant (one of the first lieutenants; no notice of assignment)

Quartermaster Walter P. Hull, Topeka

The non-commissioned staff as made up when the regiment was organized and the changes reported, follow:

Frederick R. Dodge, sergeaent major, Leavenworth; promoted second lieutenant, transferred to United States volunteers

James A. Young, quartermaster sergeant, Baldwin

Charles e. Gormley, chief musician, Topeka

Carl H. Drever, principal musician, Topeka

Arthur E. Ellison, principal musician, Topeka

Coryell Faulkner, hospital steward, Topeka; discharged October 8, 1898

William E. Hungerford, hospital steward, Meriden; discharged October 8, 1898

Seth H. Hammel, hospital steward, Topeka

(Source: The Iola Register, Friday, November 10, 1899)



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