USAT MEADE ARRIVES IN SAN FRANCISCO WITH REMAINS, JULY 29 1901
Tracy, Michael, d. 02/26/1900, PVT CO F 26TH USV INF, Orig Bur Calinog Pi Recd Sf On Meade 7/29/01, Prev Reported As Unk From Pi/, Plot: NA 548, *
Company F, 26th US Volunteer Infantry
Originally buried at Calinog, Philippines.
Repatriated on board the Meade.
Received in San Francisco July 29, 1901.
[Source: War Department QMC Form 14]
The United States army transport Meade arrived from Manila via Nagasaki yesterday morning.
the transport brought over the remains of 103 people who died in the Philippines. Of these twenty-seven were killed in action or died from their wounds. Lieutenant Elias J. Hincken of the Forty-fourth Infantry died from the effect of bolo wounds and Miss Helen D. Cochrane, a hospital nurse, died from acute nephritis. The remains of both came home on the transport.
Two of the bodies brought home on the transport are unidentified. They are marked "Bodies from graves A and B, Calinog, Panay."
Brings Home Sick Soldiers
Laigle, Albert C, d. 08/04/1900, MUS CO K 18TH REGT US INF, Died In Pi Recd Sf On Meade 7/29/01, Cr Sept 1901, Info From Old Card, Plot: NEW A495, *
Campbell, James, d. 08/02/1900, PVT L 6TH US INF, Recd Sf On Meade 7/29/01 Cr Sept 1901, Plot: NADD 534, *
Oleary, John, d. 01/17/1901, PVT CO G 6TH REGT US INFY, Died In Pi Recd Sf On Meade 7/29/01, Info Fr Old Card, Plot: NEW A515, *
Jones, Edward, d. 06/30/1900, QM EMPLOYEE, Died In Pi Recd Sf On Meade, 7/29/01, Info From Old Card 1/11/51, Plot: NEW P61, *