CHARLES TOLL, I 18TH US INF

  • Died of dysentery in Capiz on Jan 2 1901



    MANILA. (Received January 21, 1901-2.14 p. m.)

    ADJUTANT-GENERAL, Washington:

    Following deaths have occurred since last report: Dysenteryó January 2, I, Eighteenth Infantry, Corpl. Charles Toll; January 17, M, Thirtieth Infantry, Corpl. William C. Mueller; January 3, B, Thirty-first Infantry, Corpl. Frank A. McCowen; January 13, H, Thirty-fifth Infantry, Corpl. Herbert Hawes; I, Eighteenth Infantry, Gustav Ecklund. PsilosisóD, Thirty-ninth Infantry, Corpl. Charles B. Smith. EnteritisóG, Sixteenth Infantry, John Sheehy. DiarrheaóJanuary 15, M, Forty-first Infantry, Allyn Dunlap. MeningitisóDecember 26, I, Forty-third Infantry, George E. Ricker. Died from wounds received in actionó December 16, C, Forty-fourth Infantry, Solomon Dotterer. Killed by fall from windowóJanuary 18, O, Third Artillery, Ferdinand Fraenznick. Murdered by prisoneróDecember 25, D, Eleventh Cavalry, Columbus L. Black. DrownedóDecember 16, I, Fifteenth Infantry, Alexander E. Wirth. PneumoniaóDecember 9, G, Thirty-eighth Infantry, John T. Bell. TuberculosisóJanuary 19, A, Third Cavalry, Jesse Swanek.

    MACARTHUR.

    MacArthur, Jan 21 1901, 0214pm, Casualties
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