GEORGE O. HILL, H 18TH US INF

MANILA. (Received January 7, 1901-11.22 a. m.)

ADJUTANT-GENERAL, Washington:

KilledóDecember 31, llagan, Luzon, I, Forty-ninth infantry, Corpl. James W. Bunn; December 30, Santo Tomas, Luzon, B, First Cavalry, Harvey L. Bradley; December 31, Longos, Luzon, Fifteenth Infantry, unassigned recruit, Andrew Brannon; December 30, Quiom, Luzon, A, Battalion Engineers, George H. Rea; July 19, murdered by natives, Cabatuan, Panay, body recovered December 20, George O. Hill, H, Eighteenth Infantry. WoundedóDecember 31, Longos, Luzon, L, Fifteenth Infantry, Anthony Kearney, neck, moderate; Sergt. Patrick Philbin, shoulder, moderate; December 17, Dingle, Panay, K, Thirty-eighth Infantry, Charles R. Johnson, arm, serious; December 8, Antique, Panay, G, Thirty-eighth Infantry, Henry S. Sweeney, face, slight; December 23, Mount Bagombong, Panay, I, Eighteenth Infantry, Musician James Vankirk, back, serious; K, Eighteenth Infantry, Corpl. Harrison Noble, chest, serious; December 25, Cabiao, Luzon, M, Twenty-second Infantry, Musician William Quinn, head, slight; December 27, Matnog, Luzon, D, Forty-seventh Infantry, Sergt. Clarence F. Dunkle, head, slight; December 31, San Nicolas, Luzon, I, Thirty-second Infantry, Hiram W. Purtee, thigh, slight.

MACARTHUR

MacArthur, Jan 7 1901, 1122am, Casualties
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