MAX HOHNE, L 18TH US INF
Killed in Action in the Battle of Cabug-Cabug on March 22, 1900
MANILA. (Received March 30, 1900-8.05 a. m.)
Killed—Luzon, Forty-fifth Infantry, March 20, Camilig, M, James T. Hill. Samar, Forty-third Infantry, March 8, Matuguinao, H, Elbridge H. Webster; March 11, Lanang, I, Ferdinand W. Meyer. Panay, Eighteenth Infantry, March 22, Cabug-Cabug, L, Max Hohne, corporal. Wounded—Luzon, Twenty-second Infantry, March 24, Peñaranda, First Lieut. Orrin R. Wolfe, lung, severe. Thirty-fourth Infantry, C, James E. Murphy, elbow, severe. Thirty-seventh Infantry, March 20, Camilig, G, Lloyd Hummer, sergeant, foot, serious. Forty-fifth Infantry, March 16, Polangui, A, Odis Smith, corporal, thigh, slight. Forty-seventh Infantry, March 14, Guinobatan, I, Thomas J. Gould, shoulder, moderate; March 20, Camilig, George H. Momeny, corporal, abdomen, serious. Leyte, Forty-third Infantry, March 13, Hilongos, C, James F. Burns, chest, serious. Panay, Eighteenth Infantry, March 22, Cabug-Cabug, L, John G. Carl, sergeant, mortally.
Otis, Mar 30 1900, 0805am, Casualties
Location of Cabug-Cabug in Capiz