John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War

McCORMICK, Edward B.

1st Lieutenant & Quarter Master, 10th Regiment, Company HQ
Residence: Greensburg, Pa.
Mustered In: Mustered in May 5, 1898

Relieved from duty with Regiment by paragraph 1 Special Order 77 Headquarters 10th Pa. Infantry, United States Volunteer, dated Dec. 1, 1898

Left Regiment at Manila, P. I., Dec. 16, 1898, and embarked for U. S. to report to Adjutant General Army for discharge under paragraph 5 Special Order 112 dated Headquarters Det. Pac. and 8th Army Corps Nov. 19, 1898

Appointed Acting Regimental Commissary officer and served until Dec. 1, 1898, when relieved by paragraph 1 Special Order 77 Headquarters 10th Pa. Infantry, U. S. V., dated Dec. 1, 1898

Honorably discharged Feb. 9, 1899, per Special Order 33 Headquarters of the Army Adjutant General's Office same date.

Diary Mentions

Mon, Jul 4th, 1898 - Gave a Fourth of July speech


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