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

HUNTER, Joseph L.

Captain & Chaplain, 10th Regiment, Company HQ
Residence: Jamestewn, Pa.
Mustered In: Mustered in May 12, 1898
Mustered Out: Mustered out with Regiment Aug. 22, 1899.

Left. Regiment Aug. 7, 1899, to accompany body of Colonel Hawkins to Washington, Pa., under paragraph 1 Special Order 162, Headquarters Dept. of California

Returned to Regiment Aug. 19, 1899

Diary Mentions

Tue, Sep 6th, 1898 - Wants the funeral of Robert Fox to be held right after dinner
Sun, Dec 25th, 1898 - Participated i nthe Christmas Service
Sun, Jan 22nd, 1899 - Announced he and Chaplain Fleming of the Colorado Regiment had received a one month forlough to go to Cina.
Tue, Feb 28th, 1899 - Returned from China and Japan after being on furlough.
Sat, Aug 5th, 1899 - Accompanied the remains of Colonel Hawkins.


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