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Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919).  The Rough Riders.  1899.
Theodore RooseveltColonelNew York, N. Y.
Alexander O. BrodieLieut. ColonelPrescott, Ariz.
Henry B. HerseyMajorSanta Fé, N. M.
George M. DunnMajorDenver, Col.
Micah J. JenkinsMajorYoungs Is., S. C.
Henry A. BrownChaplainPrescott, Ariz.
Maxwell Keyes1st Lt. & Adjt.San Antonio, Tex.
Sherrard Coleman1st Lt. & Q. M.Santa Fé, N. M.
Ernest SeckerSergt. MajorLos Angeles, Cal.
Matthew DouthettQ. M. SergeantDenver, Col.
Clay PlattCf. TrumpeterSan Antonio, Tex.
Joseph F. KanskySad. SergeantTacoma, Wash.
Leonard WoodColonelCape Cod, Mass.
Promoted, July 9, 1898, to Brig.-Gen. of U. S. Vols.
Thomas W. Hall1st Lieut. & Adjt.
Tendered his resignation as 1st Lieut. and Adjt., which took effect Aug. 1, 1898, in compliance with S. O. No. 175, O. G. O., dated July 29, 1898.
Jacob Schwaizer1st Lt. & Q. M.El Reno, O. T.
Resigned his commission as 1st Lieut., Aug. 4, 1898. Resignation took effect Sept. 7, 1898.
Joseph A. CarrSergt. MajorWashington, D. C.
Discharged at San Antonio, Texas, by way of favor to enable him to accept a commission as 1st Lieut. in the Regiment, May 19, 1898.
Christian MadsenR. Q. M. Sergt.El Reno, O. T.
Discharged on Surgeon's certificate of disability at Camp Wikoff, L. I., Aug. 26, 1898.
Alfred E. LewisR. Q. M. Sergt.
Deserted from Camp at San Antonio, Tex., on or about May 5, 1898.
Ernest HaskellCadetWest Point.
Acted with regiment as second lieutenant. Dangerously wounded by Mauser bullet, July 1st.
Henry La MotteMajor Williamsburg, Mass.
James A. Massie1st LieutenantSanta Fé, N. M.
James R. Church1st LieutenantWashington, D. C.
Acted as Regimental Surgeon during most of the campaign.
James B. BradyStewardSanta Fé, N. M.
Herbert J. RankinStewardLas Vegas, N. M.
Charles A. WilsonStewardColorado Springs, Col.
John R. RawdinPrivate.

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