A list of Spanish American War Veterans
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The Soldiers and Sailors Originally
Buried in Cuba were Returned to the U.S. in 1898, with Many Buried in
Arlington National Cemetery, For information on this Repatriation and
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CASHION, ROY VICTOR
1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry ("Rough
Troop D (March 19, 1881 - July 1, 1898)(Santa Efigenia Cemetery,
de Cuba, Cuba)(also listed as being buried
in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma stone may be a memorial stone).
DANIELS, WILLIAM F., Sgt. Mjr.,
8th U.S. Infantry (October 1, 1867
- September 8, 1899) U.S. Military Cemetery, Havana, Havana Province,
GASKINS, BENJAMIN, Sgt.,
YOUNG, CREED, Cpl.
10th U.S. Cavalry, Troop C
24, 1874 - November 1, 1956)(Municipal Cemetery, Bayamo, Granma
4th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Co.
C (May 2, 1877 - December 6, 1898) Died aboard Transport MANITOBA;
Buried at Catholic cemetery, Casilda, Sancti Spíritus Province, Cuba,
Cenotaph at Cranberry Cemetery, Cranberry, Avery Co., NC)
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Ben F. Gaskins (Benjamin Gaskins)
Don Justin (William Daniels)
Patrick McSherry (Roy Victor Cashion)
John Sims (Creed Young)
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