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
Friday, November 18th, 1898  Diary View

November 18 Friday
It has raigned most part of the Night but the Morning is niese and clear and the Birds are sweetly singing the Air is compfortable I am now attached to doe duty at Headquarter this relieves me from all other duty we have fresh Meat again 6 men and a Sergant is on Guard we have Guard Mount now at Headquarters our Mail leaves to day via Hong Kong I send 2 letters and some paper Murphie Wodard and Joe Johnson & Walter Collins

 

It has rained most of the night but the morning is nice and clear and the birds are sweetly singing. The air is comfortable. I cam now attached to do duty at Headquarters. This relieves me from all other duty. We have fresh meat again. Six men and a sergeant are on guard. We have guard mount now at Headquarters. Our mail eaves today via Hong Kong. I sent two letters and some paper. [Jesse] Murphy, [James] Woodward and Joe Johnson and Walter Collins.
Soldiers mentioned
on this date:

COLLINS, Walter E.
JOHNSON, Joseph P.
MURPHY, Jesse
WOODWARD, James W.

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