Pennsylvania Volunteers
in the Spanish-American War

1898-1899

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Spanish-American War
Bradford County Pennsylvania Soldiers, 1898


Early in July, 1898, a company of 107 men was recruited by Frank N. More who was chosen captain. It became Company M of the 9th Pennsylvania regiment and was sent to Chickamaugua, where it was on duty, when the war ended in August. A number from the county, who had enlisted in the regular service, participated in the Philippine Insurrection (1899 - 1902).






Source: Heverly, Clement Ferdinand. History and geography of Bradford County, Pennsylvania, 1615-1924 : designed for the public schools and general use. Towanda, Pa.: Bradford County Historical Society, 1926.






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