Mention of Ross Criswell possibly wounded in Spanish American War dispatch.

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Mention of Ross Criswell possibly wounded in Spanish American War dispatch. - THE THE TENTH'S CASUALTIES. Additional History...
THE THE TENTH'S CASUALTIES. Additional History of the Brave Boys Who Fell nt Malate. Special to The Pittsburg Post. WASHINGTON, Pa.. Aug. 11. Reports of additional wounded come in the press diBpatches from Cavite. Among them are a number that are known to Washington county people. The list contains the name of Corporal Crowpell as one of the slightly injured. It is believed that Crowpell is Corporal Koss Criswell. of Company II. as there is no one In the Tenth's roster named Crowpell. Ross Criswell, Jr., was for many years a member member of the State guard and ne was prominent prominent in organizing and drilling the local companv of the Uniform Bank Knights of Pythfas. He re-enllsted re-enllsted re-enllsted in the guard before before Company H left for Ml Gretna in April. Mr. Criswell lives here, and is a machinist. Walter J. Shldler, one of the wounded, who is a member of Company H, la. of Washington county. Among the list of wounded are Albert Pummel! and Frank Schaote. f the Tenth regiment. No such persons aro found on the rolls of any of the companies companies of the Tenth replment, and it Is believed the names are intended for Albert Hunnell and Frank Sharp, of Company K. The former Is a son of Dawson Hunnell. a machinist, of Waynesburg. Frank Sharp's home it near Rogersvllle. this county, where his mother resides. The father of younc Hunnell was in town yesterday, an 1 staled that he believed that It was iiit son who was wounded. The father waa a member of Company K when the X. G. P. was first omanlzed. and served several" years. The Hunnells are a lighting lighting family, several having served in the war of the rebellion, and a number of them having belonged to the N. G. P. First Sergeant Charles Wallace, of Company K. who Is among the wounded at Nlalate. Is the son of Frank Wallace, of Wavneahurg. the father having been a T'nton soldier. Another wounded Company E man Is Mat Hurst, a son of James Hurst, of near ML Pleasint. He is related here. Walter J. Shldler Is a farmer and tived for some time before the enlistment with the family of John Bmlth. of Castile. Castile. Greene county, though he formerly lived with his father on B:g Daniels run In West Bethlehem townahlp. thiscountv. He has a brother. William Shldler. who is a sergeant In Company H. Mrs. Owen lams, of BUse'.l, this county, who is a s:ster of the Hhidler brothers and wife cf William Hhidler. lives r.ear here. SHAKON Fa.. Aug. lb Relative here are of the opinion that it was ier-ceant ier-ceant ier-ceant Hither, who was injured in the engagement engagement between the Sixteenth regiment and the Spanish forces at Coamo. Porto Rico, and not Sergeant WIsbarL as reported. reported. QUIET AT CLARENDON.

Clipped from Pittsburgh Daily Post12 Aug 1898, FriPage 2

Pittsburgh Daily Post (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)12 Aug 1898, FriPage 2
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