of the Spanish-American War
Name, Rank, Company, Residence, Date of Enrollment, Promotions, Mustered In Date
Mustered Out Date or Date of Death. See Explanations of Abbreviations for further information
INK, Charles T., Hosp. Stew.; Res. Columbiana, O.; Enrd. May 11, 1898; M. I.
May 12, 1898; M. O. with Regt. Feb. 28, 1899.
IRVING, Henry, Priv. Co. C; Res. McDonald, Pa.; Enrd. June 15, 1898; M. I.
June 15, 1898; M. O. with Co. Feb. 28, 1899.
IRWIN, Harry W., Priv. Co. A; Res. Wilkinsburg, Pa.; Enrd. May 10, 1898;
M. I. May 12, 1898; M. O. with Co. Feb. 28, 1899.
IRWIN, James A., Priv. Co. G; Res, Pittsburg, Pa.; Enrd. June 16, 1898; M. I.
June 16, 1898; Apptd. Cook Nov. 19, 1898; Reduced to Priv. Jan. 1, 1899;
M. O. with Co. Feb. 28, 1899.
Spanish-American War pension records typically have birth dates, addresses of next of
kin, medical information, proof of marriage, proof of children's births, a
summary of military service, and death certificates. To learn how to send away for pension records, go to Pension Records
Source: Record of Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Spanish-American War, 1898, Thomas J. Stewart, Adjutant General, 1900.
Disclaimer: Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information of the PA Spanish American War rosters, all transcriptions are subject to human error, and researchers should always check the original source.