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Ninth U.S. Infantry Memorial

 
 
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By Michael Herrick, October 18, 2017
1. Ninth U.S. Infantry Memorial
Inscription.
Erected by
Le Ray De Chaumont Chapter
Daughters of the American Revolution
In Memory Of
The Gallant Officers and Men of the Ninth U.S. Infantry
Who Lost Their Lives During The Campaigns In
Cuba, China and the Phillippines
1898 — 1902
Colonel Emerson H. Liscum · Captain William L. Carpenter · Captain Charles M. Rockerfeller · 1st Lieut. & Batt. Adjt. Edgar F. Moehler · 2nd Lieut. Louis H. Lewis · Captain Robert H. Anderson · Captain Thomas W. Connell · 1st Lieut. Edward A. Bumpus · 2nd Lieut. Joseph B. Morse
N.C.S. and Band
Charles A. Ostermann · Henry Wolper
Company A
George H. Buckley · Carl E. Crandall · Harrison D. Dewey · James M. Hart · Peter Henninger · James Horan · Adolph Hug · Walter A. Jarvis · John Killgallen · John Leahy · Edgar J. Manning · George H. Myers · Thomas Nilan · Thomas Nolan · Richard O’Shea · John A. Potter · Arthur N. Salisbury · DeForest A. Spicer · Frank J. Stannard · Patrick Tafe · William Walker · James C. Webster · Edson Work
Company B
Jake H. Ammerman · Thomas Barkley · Thomas Brathor · Alonzo Brown · John W. Clark · Clarley Collins · Charles C. Cook · Joseph P. Cook · Samuel E. Cook · Joseph P. Grunninger · Ezekiel E. Hale · John W. Hayes · William L. Higgins · DeForest V. Hutchinson ·
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By Michael Herrick, October 18, 2017
2. Ninth U.S. Infantry Memorial
Henry Kirkland · Harry O. Lee · Thomas Longway · Oliver Longway · Frank Losee · Harris W. Mallory · David McDaniel · James McGowan · John McPartland · Richard B. Slater · Morton Stalmaker · Gottfried Svenson · Elmer Van Brocklin
Company C
John D. Armani · Litto Armani · John W. Aydelotte · Thomas E. Baird · George Bony · Robert L. Booth · William Brayton · John D. Buhrer · James L. Cain · John Conway · John L. Covington · Charles E. Davis · Guy C. Dennis · Byron Dent · Patrick J. Dobbins · Cornelius F. Donahue · Jerry J. Driscoll · Eli Fitzgerald · Joseph I. Gordon · Robert B. Golden · Barney Gonyea · Melville B. Huffman · Joseph O. Kleinhampl · Richard Long · James S. Lynch · James Martin · John F. Martin · Joseph R. Marr · Charles W. Morrow · Frank McCormack · James F. McDermott · Charles E. McGilligan · John H. Miller · Daniel S. Mullins · James J. O’Neil · Proal Peters · August F. Porczeng · Charles Powers · James M. Randles · Chris F. Recard · Richard M. Requa · Henry J. Scharer · Frederick Schechterle · Leonard P. Schley · Gustav F. Schnitzler · Ewing Shelton · Floyd J. Shoemaker · Evans South · Robert Sproul · Charles E. Sterling · Anderson Temple · William H. True · Joseph Turner · Frank Vobayda · Robert E. Walsh · John Wannebo · Christian S. Williams · Claude C. Wingo · Harry M. Wood
Company D
Absolom A. Briley · Myron Cherry · Silas
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By Michael Herrick, October 18, 2017
3. Ninth U.S. Infantry Memorial
A. Christenberry · Louis E. Corbett · Samuel Dumas · Fay Foster · Dewane Goodrich · Stephen Hall · John J. Knitter · Charles H. McCutchin · James H. McNerney · John H. Porter · Philip H. Schermerhorn · Joseph H. Spratt · Fred A. Walker · George K. Webster · George S. Wells
Company E
Walter Allen · George Bedford · William J. Brighly · William Burgen · James H. Burke · Edward F. Burns · Edward Callanan · Thomas Clark · George Claxton · Guy de St. Croix · Orville J. Dromgoole · John Dwyer · James Gaughan · William F. Gormly · James O. Hall · Robert L. Hampton · John F. Howard · Frank Jacobs · John Joyce · Carl M. Johnson · John P. Kelly · Frederic Kopp · William Loftin · John Marr · Robert M. Mayor · Frank McAndrew · Samuel G. Miller · Jeremiah Murphy · Dominick F. Neary · Jack Pleoplis · William H. Ritche · John H. Russell · Peter Savery · Charles P. Sharkey · William Stafford · August B. Stone · John P. Swisher · George W. Teachout · Owen Walsh · Joseph Weippert · Leon W. Wiltshire · Charlie Wilson
Company F
Oliver Ackerman · General T. Babb · Ewel W. Brown · John J. Dreher · Henry Fitzgerald · Clifford J. Houghton · Alfred J. Kennedy · John Murphy · Oscar Olsen · John Plugge · Casper Schwertfeger · Axel Skogsberg · William Talbot · James B. Taylor · Orin C. Weston · Adison Witcher
Company G
Ernest L. Becker · John Bender · John H. Collins · James A. Conroy · John W. Ecker · Maurice Fitzgerald · Albert Henig · Clyde J. Jamison · William Kelly · William H. Kennedy · Frank E. King · Ernest C. Knapp · Frank McGowan · Charles C. McManius · Davis Miles · Stephen O’Dea · Robert I. Parnell · Fred E. Rieffennaght · Dewey Rogers · John P. Smith · Clark Spalsburg · Jacob Stettler · Andrew Thornton · Henry Tilley · John L. Weiss
Company H
Henry J. Barnes · William Brady · Henry O. Bulson · Earl R. Cotton · Patrick Farrell · Arthur E. Troggatt · William J. Gough · Joseph A. Jolet · John B. Kane · Charles J. Lavier, Jr. · John S. Ney · Fred Pozykalla · Michael Rinn · David H. Smith · John Sullivan · Samuel A. Womack
Company I
George S. Bell · William L. Donivant · Patrick Donovan · Philip Durand · Joseph F. Gallion · George Guess · William Harvey · Frederick Kaiser · Charles Kildish · Eugene L. Lyon · Alfred A. Mahoney · Henry Morray · Herman McCaul · John D. McKeen · Michael Nevins · Fred H. Peon
Company K
Alonzo L. Johnson · Joseph Knox · William Munson · Daniel Reasoner · Daniel F. Shank · Edward B. Webster, Jr. · George C.A. Wienecke · William G. Wilson
Company L
Clayton C. Allard · James Armstrong · William G. Burns · Joseph F. Campbell · Arthur N. Chambers · John Cunningham · John Garvey · John Grill · Jeremiah T. Healey · Simon Hepp · John J. King · Jacob Kline · Joseph F. Krietzer · Patrick J. Mcentee · Louis W. Mohun · William H. Morse · John M. O’Connor · William Walker · Daniel E. Webster · Joseph Wolfe
Company M
Charles Friedeck · Joseph Fritsch · Ambrose I. Melonson · John McLaughlin · Dennis A. Shea · Michael Sullivan · William H. Webb
 
Erected by Le Ray De Chaumont Chapter D.A.R.
 
Marker series. This marker is included in the Daughters of the American Revolution marker series.
 
Location. 43° 57.111′ N, 76° 6.529′ W. Marker is in Sackets Harbor, New York, in Jefferson County. Marker is at the intersection of Brady Road and Wilcox Road, on the right when traveling north on Brady Road. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Sackets Harbor NY 13685, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Semper Fidelis (a few steps from this marker); Water Tower Observation Tower (a few steps from this marker); In Memory of Our Comrades (within shouting distance of this marker); Polo Field (about 400 feet away, measured in a direct line); Madison Barracks (about 700 feet away); War of 1812, Burial Grounds (approx. 0.2 miles away); War of 1812, Burial Ground Memorial (approx. 0.2 miles away); Fort Pike (approx. 0.2 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Sackets Harbor.
 
Also see . . .
1. 9th United States Infantry Regiment – “Manchu”. (Submitted on November 14, 2017, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.)
2. 9th Infantry Regiment (United States) on Wikipedia. (Submitted on November 14, 2017, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.)
 
Categories. MilitaryWar, Spanish-American
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on November 14, 2017. This page originally submitted on November 14, 2017, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 66 times since then. Photos:   1, 2, 3. submitted on November 14, 2017, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.
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