A list of Spanish American War Veterans buried at
Sea

Pvt. Okey Eddy is Buried at Sea, 1898

The burial at sea of Pvt. Okey Eddy of the 8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. E. The burial took place
from the Transport MOHAWK, and was photographed by William Karg of the 8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
In this photo, the body, in a canvas covering which is weighted, slides from the flag-draped bier at the ship's
side while all present stand with heads uncovered

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ADAMS, JOHN T., Coal-passer
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

AITKEN, JAMES P., Boatswain’s Mate, 1st Class
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)( Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

ANDERSEN, HOLM A., Coal-passer
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

ANDERSON, AXEL C., Seaman
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

ANDERSON, CHARLES, Landsman
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

ANDERSON, GUSTAV A., Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

AUCHENBACH, HARRY, Fireman, 2nd Class
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

AUHNDSEN, ABRAHAM, Cockswain,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

AUGLAND, BERNHARD, Blacksmith
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BAHLMAN, ALPHONSUS J.,
 1st District of Columbia Volunteer Infantry, Co. B (1872 – August 26, 1898)(Buried at sea from the transport MINNEWASKA between Santiago, Cuba and Montauk Point, Long Island, NY)

BARNEY, JOHN S., Pvt.,
 16th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Co. A (Died August 16, 1898)(Buried at sea from the Hospital Ship RELIEF between Santiago, Cuba and New York)

BARRY, LEWIS L., Coal-passer
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BAUM, HENRY S., Landsman
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BECKER, JAKOB, Chief Machinist,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BELL, JOHN R., Cabin Steward,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BLOMBERG, FRED, Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BONNER, LEON, Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BOOKBINDER, JOHN, Apprentice, 2nd Class,

 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BOTTING, VINCENT H., Pvt.,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BOWKER, ERNEST R., Pvt.,
 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry, Co. F (June 15, 1873 - October 31, 1898) (Buried enroute to Philippines)**

BREEDE, CLYDE S., Pvt.,

 33rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Co. A (April 8, 1880 – August 22, 1898)(buried from the Auxiliary Cruiser HARVARD off Great Inagua Island, August 22, 1898)

BRINKMAN, HEINRICH, Seaman
  U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BROFELDT, ARTHUR, Chief gunners mate,
  U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BROSNAN, GEORGE, Pvt.,
  U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BROWN, LESLIE, Pvt.,
 6th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Co. B (buried from the Hospital Ship RELIEF between Puerto Rico and New York)

BRUNS, ADOLPH C., Quartermaster, 3rd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BUCKLAND, FRED
 13th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, Co. E (buried from the Transport CITY OF PARA on July 29, 1898 between Hawaii and the Philippines)

BURNS, EDWARD, Coalpasser,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BURNS, JAMES ROBERT, Cpl.,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BUTLER, FREDERICK F.  Machinist, 2nd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

BUTT, ARCHIBALD, Lt.,
 U.S. Army (September 26? 1865 - April 15, 1912)(Died at sea, went down with the oceanliner TITANIC on April 12, 1915)

CAINE, THOMAS, Blacksmith,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

CAMERON, WALTER, Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

CAMPBELL, IRVING, Cpl.,
  3rd Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Co. C (buried from the Hospital Ship RELIEF between Puerto Rico and New York)

CARMER, WILLIAM,
 71st New York Volunteer Infantry, Co. E (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

CARR, HERBERT M., Gunner's Mate, 2nd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

CAULFIELD, WILLIAM R. D., Landsman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

CHINGI, SUKE, Mess Attendant,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

CHRISTIANSEN, CARL A., Fireman, 1st Class,
U.S.S. MAINE
(Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

CLARK, THOMAS, Coalpasser,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

CLARKE, EARLE EUGENE, Pvt., (a.k.a. EARLE CLARK)
 2nd Massachusetts volunteer Infantry, Co. H (December 17, 1878 – August 17, 1898)(Died aboard Transport MOBILE between Cuba and Montauk Point, NY, buried at sea)
 
CLARKE, JAMES C., Shipwright,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

COCHRANE, MICHAEL, Fireman, 1st Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

COLEMAN, WILLIAM, Ordinary Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

COLEMAN, WILLIAM, Fireman, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

COLLINS, HENRY, (a.k.a. HARRY C. COLLINS)
 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. I (Died August 18, 1898)(Buried at sea near Montauk, Long Island from the Transport MOBILE)

COOK, FRANK ATWOOD, Lt. Col.,
 1st Rhode Island Volunteer Infantry (June 26, 1864 - November 7, 1936) (Buried enroute from New York to Honolulu aboard the  U.S. Army Transport Republic)**

CRANSTON, CHARLES H., Pvt.,
 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. I (Died August 18, 1898)(Buried at sea from the Transport MOBILE, between Santiago and New York)

CRUBAUGH, CLYDE BELL,
 8th Ohio Volunteer infantry, Co. K (October 11, 1874 – August 26, 1898)(Buried at sea from the CATANIA)

DAHLMAN, BERGER, Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)
 
DENNIG, CHARLES, Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

DEWITT, ?  Cpl.,
 33rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Co. L (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

DOWNING, MICHAEL JOHN, Pvt.,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

DRURY, JAMES, Fireman, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

EDGERTON, GEORGE L., Pvt.,
  2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Co. K (Died, August 6, 1898)(Buried at sea - location not known)

EDDY, OKEY J., Pvt.,
 8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. E (Died August 22, 1898)(Buried at sea from the transport MOHAWK 2-3 days before arrival at Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, NY)

EDGERTON, GEORGE L.
 2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Co. K (1876 - August 6, 1898)(Buried at sea)

EDLER, GEORGE, Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

EGLIT, JOHN, Chief Master-at-Arms, Medal of Honor
 U.S. Navy (October 17, 1874-January 30, 1914)(Lost at  sea off Virginia's Eastern Shore in the sinking of the Old Dominion Steamer MONROE. He was a passenger on the vessel).

ENGELS, FREDERICK L., Pvt.,
 71st New York Volunteer Infantry, Co. F (Buried at sea from the Transport LA GRAND DUCHESSE between Cuba and Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, NY on August 15, 1898)

ETTS, JOHN P., Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

EVENSEN, CARL, Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FALK, RUDOLPH, Oiler,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FAUBEL, GEORGE D., Chief Machinist,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FISHER, ALRED J.,  Oiler,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FITZGIBBONS, J. J.
 71st New York Volunteer Infantry, Co. L (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

FLAHERTY, MICHAEL, Ordinary Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FLEISHMAN LEWIS M., Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FOUGERE, JOHN, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FOUNTAIN, BARTLEY, Boatswain’s Mate, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FRANKE, CHARLES, Apprentice, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

FRENCH, PAUL THOMAS, Pvt.,
 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. M (May 10, 1880 - October 24, 1898) (Buried enroute from Puerto Rico aboard the hospital ship BAY STATE)**

FURLONG, JAMES F., Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

GARDNER, FRANK, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

GARDNER, THOMAS J., Chief Yeoman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

GEDDES, GEORGE LORRAINE, Sgt.,
 1st Nebraska Volunteer Infantry (April 29, 1876 - June 21, 1898)(Died entourage to the Philippines, Buried at Sea)

GOLHOOLEY, ALBERT
 34th Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Co. B (Died August 23, 1898)

GORMAN, WILLIAM H., Ordinary Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

GRADY, PATRICK, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

GRAHAM, EDWARD P., Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

GREER, WILLIAM A., Apprentice, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

GRIFFIN, MICHAEL, Fireman 2nd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

GRUPP, REINHARDT, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HALBERG, JOHN A., Oiler,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HAMBERGER, WILLIAM, Landsman
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HAMILTON, CHARLES A., Apprentice 1st Class
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HANRAHAN, WILLIAM C., Cockswain,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HARLEY, DANIEL O’CONNEL, Fireman, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HARRIS, EDWARD, Water Tender,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HARTLE, EDWARD T.,
 7th U.S. Infantry, Co. A (Died August 23, 1898) (Buried at sea; memorail cenotaph located at Leitersburg Cemetery, Leitersbutg, Washington Co., MD)

HAUCK, CHARLES, Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HAWKINS, HOWARD B., Ordinary Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HERRIMAN, BENJAMIN H., Gunner’s Mate, 3rd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

HEYN, WILLIAM, Pvt., (Also spelled HAYN)
 2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Co. H (Born circa 1869 - July 28, 1898)(Buried at sea from the Transport LAMPASAS between Puerto Rico and Virginia, U.S.A)

HIGGINS, GEORGE,
 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. F (Died August 15, 1898)(Buried at sea from the Transport MOBILE, between Santiago and New York)

HODGKINS, GEORGE (also spelled HODGINS)
 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. H (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

HOLDEN, JONAS HANNIBAL, Cmdr.,
 Formerly of U.S.S. MAINE (April 5, 1873 - August 16, 1915) (Lost with all passengers and crew aboard the Steamship MAROWIJNE in the Gulf of Mexico during the Galveston hurricane)**

HOUGH, WILLIAM J., Fireman, 1st Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

ISHIDA, OTOGIRA, Steerage Cook,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

JENKS, Pvt.,
 1st South Dakota Volunteer Infantry (Buried at sea on July 27, 1898, from the transport RIO DE JANIERO, Enroute to the Philippines)

JOHANSEN, PETER C., Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

JOHNSON, CHARLES, Ordinary Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

JOHNSON, CHARLES, Seaman,
 U.S.S. INDIANA, (Died November 3, 1927)(Cremated, ashes strewn in sea)++++

JOHNSON, CHARLES EHLER (alias for CHARLES DORWART), Pvt.,
 U.S.M.C., U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

JOHNSON, EDWARD W., Ordinary Seaman,
 U.S.S. OLYMPIA (Died July 26, 1898)(Fell overboard from the tug BARCELO in Manila Bay, Philippines)

JOHNSSON, PETER, Oiler
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

JORDAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Pvt.,
 U.S. Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KANE, MICHAEL, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KAY, JOHN A., Machinist, 1st Class
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KEAN, EDWARD F., Pvt.,
 U.S. Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KELLY, FRANK, Pvt.,

 U.S. Marine Corps, U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KELLY, HUGH, Coalpasser,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KELLY, JOHN, Coal-passer,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KESSKULL, ALEXANDER, Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KIHLSTROM, FRITZ, Ordinary Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KINGSTON, PAUL, Wagoner,
 
2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. B (Died August 17, 1898)(Buried at sea from the Transport MOBILE, between Santiago and New York)

KINSELLA, THOMAS F., Machinist, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KINSEY, FREDERICK E., Machinist, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KITOGATA, YUKISHI, Warrant Officers’ Cook,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KOCH, JOHN H., Pvt.,
 13th U.S. Infantry (Died July, 1898 aboard the Transport CONCHO, anchored near Santiago, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the Transport CONCHO)

KRANYAK, CHARLES, Apprentice, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

KRUSE, HUGO, Painter,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LAIRD, CHARLES, Master-at-arms, 3rd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LAMBERT, WILLIAM, Fireman, 2nd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LANCASTER, LUTHER, Boatswain’s Mate, 2nd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LaPIERRE, GEORGE, Apprentice, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LARIVIERE, C. C., Pvt.,
 13th U.S. Infantry (Died July, 1898 aboard the
Transport CONCHO, anchored near Santiago, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the Transport CONCHO)

LAURIETTE, GEORGE M., Pvt.,
 U.S. Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LAWLER, EDWARD, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LEE, WILLIAM J., Apprentice, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LEENE, DANIEL, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LEUPOLD, GUSTAV, Fireman, 2nd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LEWIS, DANIEL, Oiler,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LEWIS, JOHN B., Water-tender,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LIEBER, GEORGE, Apprentice, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LONGWAY, OLIVER,
 Co. B (October, 1874 - August 14, 1898)(Buried at sea)

LONGWOOD, ?, Pvt.,
 9th U.S. Infantry, Co. B (Died  at sea, buried from the Transport ST. LOUIS between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

LORENZEN, JORGENSEN J., Oiler,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LOSKO, PETER ANTONIO, Pvt.,
 U.S. Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LOWELL, CLARENCE, Seaman, 
 U.S.S. MAINE (June 22, 1875 - February 15, 1898) (Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)**

LUND, WILLIAM, Cockswain,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LYDON, JOHN T., Ordinary Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LYNCH, BERNARD, Fireman, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

LYNCH, MATTHEW. Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MACK, GEORGE, Fireman,
 U.S.S. WINSLOW (Killed in action May 12, 1898 at Cardenas, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the
Transport HUDSON)

MACK, THOMAS, Landsman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MAGAMINE, TOMEKISHI, Mess Attendant,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MALONE. MICHAEL, Fireman, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MANNING, FRANKLIN,
 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. M (Died August 17, 1898)(Buried at sea from the Transport MOBILE, between Santiago and New York)

MARSDEN, BENJAMIN L., Apprentice, 1st Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MARSHALL, JOHN E., Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MARTENSSON, JOHAN, Gunner’s Mate, 3rd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MASON, JAMES H., Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MASON, JOHN J.,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

McCREERY, GEORGE, Maj., Surgeon,
  (July 22, 1854 - August 23, 1898)(Died and was buried at sea on August 23, 1898 from the transport CATANIA between Santiago Cuba and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

McDERMOTT, JOHN, Pvt.,
 U.S. Marine Corps, U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

McGANN, J., Pvt.,
 9th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Died July, 1898 aboard the Transport CONCHO, anchored near Santiago, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the
Transport CONCHO)

McGONIGLE, HUGH, Fireman, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MEILSTRUP, ELMER M., Ordinary Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MERZ, JOHN, Landsman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MILLER, GEORGE, Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MILLER, WILLIAM S., Apprentice, 2nd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MOBLES, GEORGE, Cockswain,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MONAHAN, JOSEPH PATRICK, Pvt.,
 U.S. Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MONFORT, WILLIAM, Landsman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MOORE, BENJAMIN GRANT, Sgt. Maj.,
 1st Wyoming Volunteer Infantry, Co. H (March 28, 1877 - August 2,1899) (Buried enroute from Manila, Philippines, aboard the U.S Army Transport GRANT, formerly the MOHAWK)**

MOORE, EDWARD H., Coal-passer,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MOSS, GERHARD C., Machinist, 1st Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MOSS, JOHN H.,  Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MURPHY, CORNELIUS, Oiler,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

MURRAY, JAMES, Cpl.
 (Died as the result of an accident aboard U.S.S. YANKEE on May 30, 1898)(Buried at sea -Between New York and Cuba)

NEWMAN, F. J., Pvt.,
 U.S. Marine Corps, U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

NEWTON, C. H., Fifer,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

NIELSEN, JOHN C., Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

NOBLE, WILLIAM, Fireman, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

NOLAN, CHARLES, Gunner's Mate, 3rd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

NOLAN, THOMAS
 9th U.S. Infantry, Co. B (Died  at sea, buried from the Transport ST. LOUIS between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

O,CONNOR, JAMES, Chief Boatswain's Mate
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

O'HAGAN, THOMAS J., Apprentice, 1st Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

OHYE, MAS, Mess Attendant,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

O'NEILL, PATRICK,  Fireman, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

ORCETT, LEVY C.
 2nd U.S. Infantry (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

ORDING, GUSTAV C., Carpenter's Mate, 3rd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

O'REGAN, HENRY C., Water Tender,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

PAGE, WILLIS HANSEN, Artificer,
 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. F (August 16, 1875 - August 4, 1898) (Died on the
Transport LAMPASAS and buried at sea)**

PAIGE, FREDERICK, Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

PALMGREN, JOHN, Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

PARKER, CHARLES F., Cpl.,
 
6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. A (July 8, 1872 - July 23,1898) (Buried enroute from Cuba to Puerto Rico aboard the U.S.S. YALE)**

PERDROTTE, Sgt.,
 12th U.S. Infantry(?) (Died and was buried at sea from the transport BREAKWATER)

PERRY, JAMES A.,
 1st Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Co. A (Died August 20, 1898)(Buried at sea from the transport OLIVETTE between Santiago, Cuba and the U.S.)

PERRY, ROBERT, Mess Attendant,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

PITCHER, GEORGE A., Pvt.,
 9th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. M (Died August 20, 1898)(Buried from Hospital Ship BAY STATE)

PORTER, JOHN, Coal Passer
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

PORTER, RICHARD B.,
 4th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Co. C (Fell overboard when accidentally shot while being transported from land to the transport at Casilda, Cuba)

POWERS, JOHN, Oiler,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

PURSLEY, JOHN SAMUEL, Pvt.,
 
4th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Co. L (March 16, 1875 - December 9, 1898)(Buried at sea from the transport MANITOBA between Trinidad and Sancti Spiritus, Cuba)

QUIGLEY, THOMAS J., Plumber and Fitter,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

QUINN, JAMES FRANCIS, Musician and Pvt.,
  1st Maine Volunteer Infantry, Co. E and Band (Buried at Sea; Memorial stone at Calvary Cemetery, South Portland, Cumberland Co., ME)*

RANDALL, FRANCIS (Frank) B., Chief Engineer
 USRC HUGH McCULLOCH (Buried at sea in Manila Bay following Battle of Manila Bay)

REEVES, JAMES, Teamster,
 6th U.S. Cavalry (Died July, 1898 aboard the Transport CONCHO, anchored near Santiago, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the Transport CONCHO)

REGAN, PATRICK, Pvt.,
  U.S.Marine Corps, U.S.S MARBLEHEAD (Died May 11, 1898)(Buried at sea off the coast of Cienfuegos, Cuba, May 11, 1898)(First Marine to be killed in action during the Spanish-American War; during the Cutting of the Cables at Cienfuegos)

REILLY, JOSEPH, Fireman, 1st Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

REYNOLDS, DANIEL K.,
 71st New York Volunteer Infantry, Co. D (Buried  at sea)

RICHARDS, WALTER E., Apprentice, 2nd Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

RICHTER, A. H., Cpl,,
  U.S.Marine Corps, U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

RISING, NEWELL, Col Passer,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

ROBINSON, WILLIAM, Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

ROOS, PETER, Sailmaker,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

RUSH, W. A. Cpl.,
 71st New York Volunteer Infantry (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

SACKETT, JOHN WARREN, Maj.,
 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry (December 13, 1860 - July 3, 1918) (“Lost at Sea” on cenotaph marker at Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville, Duvall Co., FL)**

SAFFORD, CLARENCE E., Gunner's Mate, 1st Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

SALMIN, MICHAEL E., Ordinary Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

SATTERLEE, CHARLES, 3rd Lt. (later Capt.)
 U.S. Revenue Cutter Service (later U.S. Coast Guard)(September 14, 1875 - September 26, 1918)(lost with the U.S.S./Coast Guard Cutter TAMPA torpedoed by UB 91, sank in the Celtic Sea off the coast of Cornwall, England)

SCHROEDER, AUGUST, Ordinary Seaman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

SENNER, FRED, Pvt.,
 33rd  Michigan Volunteer Infantry (Died July, 1898 aboard the Transport CONCHO, anchored near Santiago, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the Transport CONCHO)

SHAND, GEORGE, Capt.,
 U.S. Navy (1859 - 1899)(buried at sea; not additional details)

SHEA, JOHN J., Coal Passer,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

SHEA, PATRICK J., Fireman, 1st Class,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

SHEA, THOMAS, Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

SHILLINGTON, JOHN H., Yeoman, 3rd Class
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

SMALL, WALTER, Pvt.,
 9th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. M (Died August 27, 1898)(Buried from the Hospital Ship BAY STATE).

STEVENSON, NICHOLAS, Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

STOCK, H. E., Pvt.,
 U.S.Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

STODLISSE, GUY
 1st Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Co. L (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

STRONGMAN, JAMES, Pvt.,
U.S.Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

STRUBE, HENRY A., Pvt.,
 1st California Volunteer Infantry, Co. F (Buried at sea on September 27, 1898, from the transport RIO DE JANIERO, Enroute to the San Francisco from Manila, Philippine Islands)

SVANE, RASMUS, Seaman
 U.S. Navy (Died February 19. 1936) (buried at sea - location unknown)+++

SUGISAKI, ISA, Wardroom Steward,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

SUNDQUIST, GUSTAV ADOLF, Ordinary Seaman, Medal of Honor
 U.S.S. NASHVILLE (June 4, 1879 - August 25, 1918)

TALBOT, FRANK C., Landsman,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

TEHAN, DANIEL J., Coal-passer,
 U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

THORSON, ARTHUR G., Pvt.,
 3rd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Regimental Band (Died aboard Hospital Ship RELIEF on October 4, 1898)(Buried at sea - location not known)

TIMPANY, E. B., Pvt.,
U.S.Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

TINNELHOLM, J. M., Pvt.,
 1st Colorado Volunteer Infantry, Co. H (Died August 2, 1898)(Buried at sea from the
transport SCANDIA in the Pacific)

TODORESCO, CONSTANTIN, Fireman, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

TROY, THOMAS, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

TUNILL, EZlJAH, Cabin Cook,
 U.S.S. WINSLOW  (Killed in action May 12, 1898 at Cardenas, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the U.S.S. HUDSON)

TUOHEY, MARTIN, Coal-passer,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

TURPIN, JOHN HENRY “DICK,” Mess Attendant (Later Chief Petty Officer), Medal of Honor,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (August 20, 1876 - March 10, 1962) Ashes scattered at sea

VAN ETTI [ETTL?] ARTHUR
 71st New York Volunteer Infantry, Co. K (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

VAN HORN, H. A., Pvt.,
U.S.Marine Corps,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

VARVERSE, JOHN, Oiler,
 
U.S.S. WINSLOW (Killed in action May 12, 1898 at Cardenas, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the U.S.S. HUDSON)

VENINEZ, JOHN, Fireman,
 
U.S.S. WINSLOW (Killed in action May 12, 1898 at Cardenas, Cuba)(Buried at sea from the U.S.S. HUDSON)

VERTNER, AVERY L., Pvt.,
 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. K (1876 - October 13, 1898)(Buried at sea from the
transport CHESTER)

VESPER, HARRY J., 2nd Lt.,
 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. B (Died August 17, 1898)(Buried at sea from the Transport MOBILE, between Santiago and New York, near Cape Hatteras)

VETENBURG, JAMES
 13th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, Co. L (Died and buried at Sea - date and location unknown)

VON BLADEN, J.,
 2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Co. H (Died August 1, 1898)(Buried at sea from the transport LAMPASAS between Puerto Rico and Virginia, U.S.A)

WALLACE, JOHN, Ordinary Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

WALSH, GEORGE, Pvt.,
 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry (“Rough Riders”), Troop A (Died August 12, 1898)(Buried at sea from the transport MIAMI)

WALSH, JOSEPH F., Cockswain,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered

WARDEN, GEORGE C., Quartermaster Sgt.,
 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Died August 18, 1898) (Buried from Hospital Ship RELIEF, bound for New York)

WARREN, ASA V., Pvt.,
 U. S. Marine Corps, U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

WARREN, JOHN, Fireman, 2nd Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

WEIR, JOHN, Col.,
 Quartermaster Corps (May 14, 1852 - April 15, 1912) (Died on the RMS TITANIC and body not recovered)**

WENDEN, GEORGE C., Sgt.,
 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. C (Died August 18, 1898)(Buried from the Hospital Ship RELIEF)

WENTWORTH, HAROLD B., Pvt.,
 
2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. C (Died August 14, 1898)(Buried at sea from the Transport MOBILE, between Santiago and New York)

WHITEN, GEORGE, Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

WICKSTROM, JOHN E., Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

WIDEMARK, FRANK, Seaman
 U.S.S. NEW YORK (Killed in bombardment of San Juan. Puerto Rico, May 12, 1898)(Buried at sea)

WIENECKE, GUSTAV EUGEN, Landsman,
 
U.S.S. NEW YORK (December 30, 1898 - June 26, 1898)(Fell overboard and lost off Cuba)

WILBUR, GEORGE W., Apprentice, 1st Class,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

WILD, CHARLES L.,
 Signal Corps (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

WILLIAMS, FRANK, Seaman, M.O.H.
 U.S.S. MARBLEHEAD  (October 19, 1871 - October 14, 1900) (Drowned at sea off Puerto Rico, body never recovered)**

WILLS, A. O., Pvt.,
 U.S.M.C.,
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

WILSON, ALBERT, Seaman,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

WILSON, EDWARD A.,
 (Died enroute to the U.S. from Cuba in 1898 and buried at sea)

WILSON, E. J.
 33rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Co. A (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

WILSON, ROBERT, Chief Quartermaster,
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)

YOUNG, F. J.,
 7th U.S. Infantry (Died  at sea, buried from the Hospital Ship MISSOURI between Santiago and Montauk, Long Island, New York)

YOUNG, ROYAL, Pvt.,
 19th U.S. Infantry (Died August 6, 1898)(buried at sea from the Hospital Ship RELIEF enroute to New York)

ZIEGLER, JOHN H., Coal-passer
 
U.S.S. MAINE (Died February 15, 1898)(Lost in the explosion of the U.S.S. Maine, Havana harbor, Cuba, Body not recovered)


Thanks to the following people for contributing information to the page!

Jade L. Bernis (George Pitcher,Walter Small, and George C. Wenden)
Jeff Berry (Richard B. Porter)
Dana Cobb (James Francis Quinn, George Shand)
John LaBarre (Charles Johnson, Rasmus Svane)
McSherry/LaBarre (Fred Engels [source: Post, p, 292; New York in the Spanish American War, 1898, Vol. 3 ])
Laurie Melson (image of the burial of Okey Eddy)
Robert Pendleton (John Eglit, Patrick Regan, Charles Satterlee)
Doug Rawlinson (Edward T. Hartle)
John Sims (names followed by a double asterisk - ** -)

Patrick McSherry - Listings, unless noted otherwise - (Listings of those missing and not recovered from the MAINE come From Capt. Charles Sigsbee's book entitled The Maine; Those buried at sea from the transport MOBILE are from Ward., Walter W., Springfield In The Spanish-American War.  (Easthampton: Enterprise Printing Co., 1899); Clyde S. Breede [Report of C. S. Cotton, USS HARVARD, Clerk of Joint Committee on Printing, The Abridgement of Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress. Vol. 4 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1899) 697], Leslie Brown [The Decatur Review, Decatur, Illinois, August 20, 1898, 8], Fred Buckland [Ward, Kyle Roy, In the Shadow of Glory. (St. Cloud: North Star Press, 2000) 40.] Archibald Butt [McKean County Miner, Smethport, PA, April 25, 1912, p 4 ], Irving Campbell [The Decatur Review, Decatur, Illinois, August 20, 1898, 8], William Carmer [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], Henry Collins [Brooklyn Daily Eagle August 21, 1898, p 6], DeWitt [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], OkeyJ. Eddy {Hard, Curtis V., Banners in the Air. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1988 73], J. J. Fitzgibbons [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], Albert Gilhooley [Cripps Diary], George Hodgkins [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], William Hyen [2nd Wisconsin Roster], ? Longwood ,[Brooklyn Daily Eagle August 15, 1898 p 2], James Murray [Yankee log], George McCreery [Brooklyn Daily Eagle August 28, 1898, p 5], Thomas Nolan [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], Levy Orcett [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], Francis Randall [Account of Harry A. Neithercott], Daniel K. Reynolds [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 13, 1898, p 4], W. A. Rush [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], Guy Stodlisse [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], Gustav Adolf Sundquist [Home of Heroes website]; Arthur Thorson [3rd Wisconsin Roster], Arthur Van Etti [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1] James Vetenburg [13th Minnesota Roster], Charles Wild [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], E. J. Wilson [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1], E. J. Young [Brooklyn Daily Eagle September 10, 1898 p 1])

 +++ indicates that the info. came from New York Department's Proceedings of the USWV for the year 1936
++++ indicates that the info. came from the annual report of the New York Department's USWV for the year 1928
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