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
Saturday, September 17th, 1898  Diary View

Sept 17/98 Saturday
This is a pretty day and Co C was relieved at 8 am by Co D after eating Breakfas (consisting of Steak Break & Coffee we where ordered to remain about Quarters as the paymaster would pay us his Visit after Dinner we formed in line and marched to the Opera House all the Boys are happy and most of them go to town and have a good time and doe lots of shopping The Major says that this will be the last pay we would receive on this Island indicating that We will probably goe home in a few Months Christopher Lewis Ewing Hannon Baird James and Curry Jno are on the sick List

 

This is a pretty day and Company C was relieved by Company D after eating breakfast consisting of steak, bread and coffee. We were ordered to remain about quarters as the paymaster would pay us his visit. After dinner we formed a line and marched to the opera house. All the boys are happy and most of them went to town and had a good time and did lots of shopping. The Major [Everhart Bierer] says that this will be the last pay we would receive on this island indicating that we will probably go home in a few months. [Frank] Christopher, [Charles] Lewis, [Alec] Ewing, [Max] Hannan, [James] Baird and [John] Curry are on the sick list.
Soldiers mentioned
on this date:

BAIRD, James F.
BIERER, Everhart
CHRISTOPHER, Frank G.
CURRY, John M.
EWING, Alec. A.
HANNAN, Max
LEWIS, Charles J.

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