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
Wednesday, September 7th, 1898  Diary View

September 7/98 Wednesday
the Weather remains clear and hot we are on Guard in the prisons we have had fresh Biscuit Beans and fresh Meat. Priv Cuite was Cour Martialed to day for disordely conduct and asaulting Underwood he was fined 16 3/4 for swearing $2.00 for disorderly Conduct and 6 days hard labor the Money to be deducted from his pay. Hustead christopher Lewis Hannon Collins and Joe Johnson remain on the Sick List.


The weather remains dlear and hat. We are on guard duty in the prisons. We have fresh biscuits, beans and fresh meat. Private [Gilbert] Cuite was court martialed today for disorderly conduct and assaulting [Leroy] Underwood. He was fined 16 3/4 for swearing, $2.00 for disorderly conduct and six days hard labor. The money is to be deducted from his pay. [Frank] Hustead, [Frank] Christopher, [Charles] Lewis, [Max] Hannan, [Charles] Collins and Joseph P. Johnson remain on the sick list.
Soldiers mentioned
on this date:

COLLINS, Charles O.
CUITE, Gilbert
JOHNSON, Joseph P.
LEWIS, Charles J.

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