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History of the Second Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry from Organization ...
Horace Wilbert Bolton
No preview available - 2012
Adjutant April August band boys Brigade Burt camp Cavalry Charles Chicago Cienfuegos city of Havana Colon Cemetery Colonel Moulton command Company G comrades Corporal.—Mustered May 16 Corporal.—Promoted Cuba Cubans detached detailed Died of typhoid Discharged Dec Discharged Jan Discharged Nov Discharged Oct Discharged Sept drill duty Edward enlisted fever at Jacksonville Fitzhugh Lee Florida Frank Fred George Illinois National Guard Infantry Infy James January John Joseph July July 12 June 25 Lieutenant.—Mustered into service Major Dusenberry Major Purinton March Marianao ment moted Mustered June 17 officers pany Private promoted Provost Guard regi resigned Savannah Second Battalion Second Division Second Illinois Second Illinois Volunteer Second Infantry Second Lieutenant Second Regiment Sergeant Sergeant.—Mustered May 16 service May 16 Seventh Army Corps sick soldiers Spanish Springfield staff street surgeon tent Third Battalion tion Transferred to U. S. troops typhoid fever United States service Viva William
Page 319 - At the breaking out of the Spanish-American war he was among the first to respond to the call of duty and as a military sugeon he deservedly held high rank.
Page 125 - ... that you will obey the orders of the Commander-in-Chief and such officers as may be placed over you, and the laws governing the military forces of Iowa— so help you God.
Page 124 - ... command at any port of Cuba in possession of the United States is empowered to issue a permit to a resident of Cuba who owns a vessel, which shall entitle such vessel to engage in the coasting trade of the island: Provided, That the owner and master of such vessel shall upon oath before such officer entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to the King of Spain or to any other foreign prince, state, or sovereignty whatever.
Page 89 - I will serve them honestly and faithfully against all their enemies or opposers whomsoever ; and that I will observe and obey the orders of the President of the United States, and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to the Rules and Articles of War.
Page 319 - ... 1872. His father died when he was an infant, and at the age of about four years he was brought from his native land to Chicago, where he lived until his death. He received an education in the public schools of Chicago, and at the age of fifteen years obtained employment in a law office. In 1893 he graduated from the law department of Lake Forest University and was admitted to the Bar in 1894. In 1895 he took a post-graduate course with his Alma Mater. On August 15, 1900, he was married to Caroline...
Page 317 - At the age of six years he moved, with his parents to Wisconsin, and later settled on a farm near Marshall.
Page 360 - Mass., in 1833, and was educated in the public and high schools of that city.
Page 178 - Marks as a token of the regard in which he is held by the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco.