Pennsylvania Volunteers
of the Spanish-American War


1898-1899




Second Regiment
"Y" Surnames

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

YEAGER, William, Priv. Co. C; Res. Philadelphia, Pa.; Enrd. June 14, 1898;
M. I. June 14, 1898; Dischd. Oct. 25, 1898, per G. O. 124 & 130 A. G. O.
YORSTON, James V., Priv. Co. I; Res. Philadelphia, Pa.; Enrd. June 10, 1898; M. I. June 10, 1898; M. O. with Co. Nov. 15, 1898.
YOUNG, Frank G., Priv. Co. K; Res. Philadelphia, Pa.; Enrd. June 13, 1898; M. I; June 10, 1898; M. O. with Co. Nov. 15, 1898.
YOUNG, Harvey, Priv. Co. C; Res. Philadelphia, Pa. (N. G. P.); Enrd. April 28, 1898; M. I. May 12, 1898; Prom. Corp. per Regtl. 0. 39 c. s; Dischd. Oct. 25, 1898, per G. O. 124 & 130 A. G. O.


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Source: Record of Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Spanish-American War, 1898, Thomas J. Stewart, Adjutant General, 1900.


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