JOHN H. WOODARD, L 18TH US INF
MANILA. (Received November 19, 1899-9 a. m.)
The following deaths have occurred since November 11 and not reported: Acute dysentery-November 12, Jacob Fessler, Hospital Corps. Chronic diarrhea-Carl E. Crandall, A, Ninth Infantry; 3d, Marvin A. Coffel, civilian, late G, Seventeenth Infantry. Chronic dysentery-11th, Charles A. Guenther, B, Thirty-fourth Infantry; 15th, Reginald H. Horner, M, Thirty-sixth Infantry; 18th, Ignacy Romanonicz, sergeant, D, Third Infantry. Gastro-enteritis-10th, John Draney, musician, E, Sixteenth Infantry. Gunshot wound while resisting arrest-12th, William L. Murphy, A, Twenty-seventh Infantry. Variola-7th, William M. Curry, H, Sixth Infantry. Gunshot wound, accidental-12th, Norman Louis, K, Fourteenth Infantry. Endocarditis -- Thomas Roach, L, Twenty-first Infantry. Typhoid fever - 13th, James Clauer, C, Twenty-first Infantry; John La Rowe, H, Fourth Infantry. Mitral insufficiency-11th, James Williams, C, Thirteenth Infantry. Appendicitis-9th, James H. F. Hill, C, Nineteenth Infantry. Tuberculosis, pulmonary-15th, Henry G. Binier, C, Twentieth Infantry. Drowned accidentally in river at Oton-9th, John H. Woodard, artificer, L, Eighteenth Infantry.
Otis, Nov 19 1899, 0900am, Casualties