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Massachusetts Soldiers Sick at Fort Wadsworth, Aug 25, 1898

Sick Massachusetts Boys at Fort Wadsworth.

New York, Aug. 25.-The following are the sick volunteer soldiers who were landed at Fort Wadsworth from the Rio Grande yesterday evening. Their names were made public today. All are suffering from malaria, dysentery, or lack of food.

Private F. A. Pierce, Company E, Second Massachusetts
Private Samuel P. Hazlewood, Company D, Second Massachusetts
Private Philip Knab, Company L, Seventy-first New York
Private W. W. Swift, Company L, Second Massachusetts
Private J. W. Gleason, Company C, Second Massachusetts
Private Charles E. Monroe, Company H, Second Massachusetts
Private James Ryan, Company F, Seventy-first New York
Private William Farrier, Company G, Second Massachusetts
Private Thomas F. Mahoney, Company G, Second Massachusetts
Sergt. Waldo Johnson, Company E, Second Massachusetts
Corporal G. B. H[ineligible]ngan, Rough Riders of First Volunteer Cavalry
Henry Stewart, Musician, First Volunteer Cavalry

The Rio Grande landed 96 soldiers in all at Fort Wadsworth. The remainder were regulars whose names will be announced later.

Boston Journal, Boston, MA 25 Aug 1898

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