1st Battalion 22nd Infantry

 

Camp Harry Jones


Regimental Colors of the 22nd Infantry Regiment at Camp Harry Jones, 1917

Photo from the webmaster's collection

 

The 22nd Infantry Regiment was stationed at Camp Harry Jones, Douglas, Arizona (Cochise County), from 1915-1917.

Camp Harry J. Jones is located on the Mexican border just east of Douglas, Arizona,
and was active from around 1910 to about 1933. It was named for Corporal Harry J. Jones,
an enlisted man shot Nov. 2, 1915, while guarding the U. S. Customs House in Douglas.

At this time Pancho Villa with his large army tried to capture Agua Prieta, Mexico — the border town next to Douglas.
This move was not successful.

The U.S. recognized the Mexican leader Carranza as the legitimate ruler of Mexico
and allowed him to bring his army by way of the Southern Pacific Railroad
from El Paso, TX. When the two Mexican armies clashed in Mexico, many men were killed in both armies.
Corporal Harry J. Jones was the only American killed.

Originally when the Camp was established it was called Camp Douglas.
The soldiers were to guard the US/Mexico border in that area as Mexico was having a number of revolutions
with much fighting in the border towns.

In February 1916, the Sixth Brigade’s Commanding Officer asked that the camp be named in honor of Corporal Harry J. Jones.

References:
“Arizona’s Names — Marks the Place”, Byrd Howell Granger;
“Cochise County, Arizona — Past & Present”, Ervin Bond;
“The Tombstone”, Cochise Genealogical Society, Issues #37 and #38 2001-2002.

Above information used with permission by the Cochise Genealogical Society and the
Cochise County Historical Society

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A view of Camp Harry Jones

 

The following is from a history of the 22nd Regiment,
and covers the years 1915 to 1917

 

In January (1915) , the 22nd Infantry received orders to change its station to Douglas, Arizona,
the move to commence on the 25th, and one battalion to move at a time.
For this purpose the regiment was divided into provisional battalions,
the first consisting of Companies C, D, G and K;
the second of Companies H, E, F and H;
the Third of headquarters, band, and Companies A, I, L, M, and the machine gun company.

Each battalion was to use the same transportation, and two days was the time allotted
for each battalion to make the march-one day for the transportation to return from Douglas to Naco.
The first two battalions completed the change as scheduled, but the last battalion was delayed
by a heavy rain and snow storm. In making this march, a distance of 28 miles,
each of the battalions left Naco at 8:30 A. M., camped at Forrest, Arizona, the first night,
and reached Douglas about noon on the second day.

Practically the entire month of February was consumed by the regiment preparing the camp site
and putting the ground in such condition as would make it as comfortable as possible.
During March, the regiment engaged almost continuously in company, battalion and regimental exercises,
and in one brigade maneuver. Additional roads and walks were built in camp, and many other improvements made.
During this month Lieu tenant Colonel R. H. Noble was relieved from command of the regiment
by Colonel Charles M. Truitt.

Routine training was continued in April, the time being especially devoted to company practice marches,
which included instruction in individual cooking.
In accordance with instructions from headquarters, Sixth Brigade,
the regiment made a practice march to Slaughter's ranch on May 5, pitched shelter tent camp
and returned to Douglas the following day. The distance marched was 34 miles.

At the end of May, each company of the regiment was tested to determine its proficiency in field training.
In June, tests were likewise held of each battalion.
The usual schedule of training and instruction occupied the regiment during July,
including gallery practice, in which all the companies engaged. Following this practice
the regiment engaged in its annual known-distance firing during August,
this month having been previously designated by brigade headquarters.

In September, in addition to company and regimental exercises,
which took place two days each per week, one day each week was devoted to a brigade maneuver.
On the 28th, field and combat firing on the Class B range commenced, and lasted well into the following month.

At 5:30 A. M., November 1, under Major John Howard, the entire regiment occupied trenches
along the Mexican border in a sector about a mile and a half east of the camp at Douglas.
At 3:35 P. M., the same day, the brigade commander ordered the regiment withdrawn and placed in reserve.
The withdrawal took place at 4:00 P. M. On the 4th, one battalion was placed in a line
extending from Avenue F, inclusive, to Gibb's ranch. exclusive, both in the town of Douglas.
Between these two points a line of cossack posts was established along the international boundary.
The other two battalions, constituting the reserve, remained in camp. The purpose of this move
was to enforce neutrality along the border during Villa's attack on Agua Prieta, Mexico, November 1-3, 1915.

The last month of 1915 again found the regiment at Douglas, Arizona,
under the command of Major Palmer E. Pierce, performing the usual camp duties.

January 28, 1916, the 22nd Infantry was inspected by the assistant to the Department Inspector.
Major Frank D. Webster relieved Major Pierce in command of the regiment during the month;
otherwise 110 important changes occurred.

April 19, 1916, Companies E and F proceeded by marching to Warren, Arizona, for temporary station.
The total distance marched was 25 miles. These two companies rejoined the regiment at Douglas on June 3.
On the 26th, however, at 9:30 p. M., the entire regiment left Camp Harry J. Jones, marched one mile
to the town of Douglas and there entrained, at 11:25 p. M., for Bisbee, Arizona.
From Bisbee, the regiment marched 26 miles to Warren, Arizona, arriving there at 3 p. M., June 27, 1916.
Outpost and guard duties continued at Warren until September 24, 1916,
when the regiment left that station and proceeded by motor transportation back to Camp Harry J. Jones,
at Douglas, arriving at 10:15 A. M. that day. In the meantime, Colonel John C. F. Tillson assumed command
of the regiment on September 2, 1916.

At the end of September, orders were issued directing the formation of a provisional regiment at war strength;
the regiiment to proceed by marching to Fort Huachuca, Arizona. The 22nd Infantry furnished 10 officers
and 497 enlisted men for the regiment. The latter command left Douglas October 19, 1916,
and returned ten days later, after marching a total of 1129 miles.

During the latter part of October, Company E, 22nd Infantry, Captain J. H. Van Horn,
proceeded to Warren, Arizona, under instructions from headquarters, Arizona district,
and there demolished the camp which had been used by the District of Columbia National Guard,
and also by the 22nd Infantry from August 14 to September 23, 1916.
The remainder of the year 1916 was spent at Camp Harry J. Jones, and was without incident.

The annual inspection of the regiment for 1917 took place between February 20 and 24 of that year;
the inspection was made by Lieutenant-Colonel E. A. Helswick, Inspector General's department.

 

 

Christmas dinner menu from
Company K 22nd Infantry

Stationed at Camp Harry Jones
December 1916

Webmaster's collection

 

 

Transfer of the Regiment from Douglas, Arizona, to New York

March 22, 1917, the personnel of the 22nd Infantry received the very welcome news
that they were to leave their station at Douglas, Arizona, and proceed to New York City for station.
The 22nd was selected for this move on account of its long and arduous tours of field and foreign service;
particularly on account of the long tours in the Philippine Islands,
where the regiment had undertaken such grilling campaigns against the Moros.

The regiment left Douglas at 5:10 p. M., March 25, 1917, on their journey of 2,750 miles to New York.
Headquarters and the First Battalion arrived at Fort Jay, N. Y., on April 1;
the Second Battalion at Fort Totten, New York, the same day,
and the Third Battalion proceeded to Fort Hamilton, N. Y., also on the first.
The two latter stations are permanent posts of the Coast Artillery,
with comfortable barracks and quarters; and the troops lost no time in making themselves comfortable
in surroundings which seemed luxurious after their long service under canvas at Camp Harry J. Jones.
Fort Jay, on Governors Island, N. Y., ordinarily an infantry post, had been garrisoned
only by a handful of men since the troops first went to the border in large numbers,
coincidentally with the temporary evacuation of most of the other posts of like nature throughout the country.
The Fort is ideally located within seven minutes of the city of New York,
and is in every sense a very desirable station.

 

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Photo taken at the Arizona/Mexican Border on December 22, 1915
On the left is M.R. Pankratrte of Company A, 22nd US Infantry, standing on US soil at Douglas, Arizona
on the right is Montes Simon, of the 20th Batallion de Siniloy, 3rd Company, Mexican Army, standing on Mexican soil at Agua Prieta.

 

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The following is a partial list of names of personnel of the 22nd Infantry stationed at Camp Harry Jones in 1916-1917.

The list is used with permission of the
Cochise Genealogical Society

The names listed below are from the “City Directory of Douglas, AZ — 1916-1917”
and the two issues of “The Tombstone”,
which was extracted from the “City Directory of Douglas”.

NOTE: The directory listed no person below the rank of corporal.

Cochise County Camp harry jones


Albright, Owen S 1st Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company I
Apple, Wm. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company C
Arnold, Geo. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company A
Ashley, Ferda Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company M
Baehr, Carl A. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company I
Baker, John F. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company E
Barendt, Edw. R. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company D
Billker, Frank Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company M
Bluemel, Clifford 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company F
Body, Lewis M. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company A
Boehm, Charles L. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Bomford, Geo. M. Capt. 22nd Infantry Company H
Bonnaffon, Sylvester Capt. 22nd Infantry Company F
Bowen, Jas. O. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company M
Bower, David H. 1st Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company C
Bowling, Goe. I. 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company I
Brennan, Edw. F. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company I
Brotherton, John W Corpl 22nd Infantry Company F
Brown, Harry M. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company H
Bugg, Byrl B. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company H Quartermaster
Burna, Edward Corpl. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Butenschoen, Henry Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company G Quartermaster
Butler, Clifton M. 1st Lieut. 22nd Infantry unassigned
Callahan, Jas. W Corpl 22nd Infantry Company D
Carlop, Wm. F . Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company A
Carpenter, Walter J 1st Sgt 22nd Infantry Company C
Carrithers, Truman W. 1st Lieu 22nd Infantry unassigned
Cash, Columbus Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company B
Chapman, Warren Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company F
Chennis, Harry F. 1st Sgt . 22nd Infantry Company L
Chrisholm, Jas. H. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company E Quartermaster
Christie, A. LaRue Capt. 22nd Infantry unassigned
Cissna, Jr. Adrain Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company B
Cissna, Jr.Adrian G. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company C
Clawson, Clyde E. 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co. Acting
Cole, Lee R. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company E
Cole,Wm. F. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company L Quartermaster
Coleman, Basil D. 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company F
Colwell, Harry E. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company G
Cook, Jas. E. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company I
Cowles, David H. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company L
Crabow, Geo. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company M
Creekbaum, Lawrence Corpl. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co.
Crook, David H. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co.
Davis, Chas. A. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company K
Davis, Wm. J. 1st Lieut. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co.
Davis, Wm. J. 1st Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company H Special duty commanding M G Co
Dewey, Arthur H. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company H
Dodge, Julian L. Capt. 22nd Infantry Company I
Downing, Ralph Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company H
Drew, Wm. O. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company K
Duke, Wm. H. 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company K
Dunn, Thos. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company C
Durnell, John H. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company H
Eichelberger, Robt. L. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry unassigned
Elmore, Vincent L. Capt. 22nd Infantry Company G
Falk, Jr. David B. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company E
Field, Ben W. 1st Lieu 22nd Infantry unassigned
Fischer, Carl H. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Fischer, Frederick C. E. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Franklin, Jos. A. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company A
Frederick, Oscar J. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company D
Gardner, Andrew G. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry unassigned
Gephart, Earl M. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company C
Gilbert, Danl. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company L
Goddard, Ray Corpl. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Graham, Geo. C. 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company M
Grant, Jos. D. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company K
Green, Timothy H. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company A
Green, Chas. J. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company B Quartermaster
Greenaway, Geo. C. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co
Guadet, Danl. R. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company A
Guilmet, Elzear Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company B
Haggerty, Andrew F. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company F
Halstead, Frank Capt. 22nd Infantry unassigned

The above insignia and Mexican Border Service Medal
are from CPT Frank Halstead, whose name is in the above list
.

 

Hammond, Edw. F. 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company B
Harry, Jas. D. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company L
Hatfield, Andrew J. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company M
Hattaway, Wm. A. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company B
Haynes, Wm. H. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company M
Hearn, Chas. M. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company I
Hefner, Frank A. Sgt. Major 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff Battalion
Hepner, Wm. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company A
Heslop, Saml. C. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company L
Hewes, Stephen Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company G
Hoffman, Jos. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co
Holliday, Ralph C. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry unassigned
Horan, Michael Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company G
Howard, John H. Major 22nd Infantry
Huff, Felden Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company L
Hughes, Thos. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company D
James, Fred Corpl 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Janz, Henry Sgt. Major 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff Regiment
Johnson, Arthur Major 22nd Infantry
Johnson, Louie Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company H
Jones, Roy M. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company A
Jones, Cadwallader Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company L
Jones, John Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company B
Josey, Sidney E. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company E
Kattenhorn, Geo. C. Corpl 22nd Infantry Company I
Kayser, Harold P. 1st Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company A
Keller, Jos. 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company G
Kelly, Martin L. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company K
Kirtland, Roy C. 1st Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company M
Kline, Michael Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company D
Kramer, John Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company C
Krestoweak, Wm. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co.
Krogstad, Arnold M. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company B
Laird, Blake P. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co.
Landis, Melvin Sgt. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co.
Lane, Lee L. Corpl, 22nd Infantry Company I
Laughter, Clarence Sgt. Major 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff Battalion
Lawrence, Jas. B. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company F
Leachman, Herbert Sgt . 22nd Infantry Company G
Lee, Joel Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company I
Legate, John Sgt. 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff Regimental Color
Leonard, Chas. F. Capt. 22nd Infantry Adjutant
Lewis, Louis W Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company C
Lockwood, Jr., Benj. C. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry unassigned
Lowe, Louis M. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company G
Malenowski, August Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company B
Maresh, Edw. Corpl 22nd Infantry Company L
Marsh, John W Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company B
Marshall, Earl Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company K
Marshburn, Herber E. 2nd Lieut 22nd Infantry unassigned
Martin, Frank Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company B
Matlock, Dellan Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company K
McCammon, Wm. W. Capt. 22nd Infantry Company D
McCarter, Dee Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company F
McCarthy, Daniel Sgt. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
McClain, Jas. O. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company E
McEachin, Ernest Sgt 22nd Infantry Company H
McKinnon, Hugh L Corpl 22nd Infantry Company I
McMahon, Patrick Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company C Quartermaster
McMann, Jas. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Machine Gun Co
McRory, William A. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Miller, Fredk. A. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company F
Morgan, Wm. B Corpl 22nd Infantry Company C
Morgan, Clyde E. Corpl 22nd Infantry Company E
Morossow, Jos. Sgt 22nd Infantry Company G
Mueller, Carl Prin. Musician 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Muris, Michael Corpl 22nd Infantry Company B
Murray, Michael Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company I
Newell, Isaac Capt. 22nd Infantry unassigned
Noble, Robt. H. Lieut. Colonel 22nd Infantry
O’Grady, John, Drum Major 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Patterson, Harry Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company H
Peck, Robt. H Capt. 22nd Infantry Company E
Peterson, John E Sgt 22nd Infantry Company L
Pierce, Jas. D. Corpl 22nd Infantry Company K
Pokrent, Stanley Corpl 22nd Infantry Company L
Powalisz, Alex Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company D
Power, Edw. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company D
Pragan, Geo. M. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company G
Prewitt, Rufus R Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company M
Ray, Wm. H. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company K
Redman, Julius A. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff Regimental Quartermaster
Reed, Richard D. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company H
Reynolds, Joshua B. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company G
Rice, Warren Corpl 22nd Infantry Company E
Rich, Frank Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company A
Rooney, Michael Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company M Quartermaster
Rousseau, Eernest N. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company F Quartermaster
Rozelle, Jr., Geo. F. 1st Lieut. 22nd Infantry Company E
Ryan, Patrick 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company H
Sams, Carl Corp 22nd Infantry Company K
Sandeford, Alvan C. 2nd Lieut. 22nd Infantry unassigned
Sanford, John B. Capt. 22nd Infantry Company C
Saugestad, Adolf Sgt. 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff Regimental Color
Scamehorn, Wallace Sgt 22nd Infantry Company M
Schliessr, Adolf J 1st Lieut 22nd Infantry Chaplain
Scott, Albert Corpl 22nd Infantry Company G
Sears, Wm. P. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company L
Sible, Geo. J. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company D
Simmons, Everett E Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company I
Simonds, Geo. Capt. 22nd Infantry Company B
Simonson, Sandy M. Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company F
Smith, Stanley Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company E
Smith, Truman E Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company H
Snyder, Lester Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company A
Somerville, Earl J. Corpl. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Stebbins, Leonard H. Sgt 22nd Infantry Company I
Stillman, Henry Sgt 22nd Infantry Company E
Stine, Chas. W Sgt 22nd Infantry Company F
Strobel, George H Sgt. 22nd Infantry Headquarters Company Band
Sullivan, Patrick Corpl 22nd Infantry Company H
Szalonck, Jos Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company C
Taylor, Jas. G 1st Lieut 22nd Infantry Company D
Thomas, Jas Corpl 22nd Infantry Company H
Thomas, Chastine Sgt 22nd Infantry Company M
Thorpe, Ment Sgt 22nd Infantry Company A
Truitt, Chas. M Colonel 22nd Infantry Commanding

COL Charles Truit

Tryoff, Alfred Sgt 22nd Infantry Company A Quartermaster
Turner, Henry G Corpl 22nd Infantry Company M
Ueberroth, Anthony Sgt. Major 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff Battalion
Underwood, Frank Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company B
Van Wormer, Augustus B 1st Lieut 22nd Infantry unassigned
Vance, Prince A Corpl. 22nd Infantry Company F
Venable, Russell V 1st Lieut 22nd Infantry Company B
Vinson, Lewis A Corpl 22nd Infantry Company K
Vonah, Harry Corpl 22nd Infantry Company C
Voris, Alvin C Capt 22nd Infantry Company A
Waddington, Charles F Chief Musician 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff *
Waite, Ira B 1st Sgt 22nd Infantry Company D
Walters, Fred 1st Sgt. 22nd Infantry Company E
Ware, Jas. E 1st Lieut 22nd Infantry Company K
Weaver, Walter R 2nd Lieut 22nd Infantry unassigned
Weir, James Sgt 22nd Infantry Non-Com. Staff Regimental Commissary
Werner, Peter Sgt 22nd Infantry Company D Quartermaster
Whalen, Michael A Sgt 22nd Infantry Company G
White, Carl D Corpl 22nd Infantry Company D
White, Andrew J 1st Lieut 22nd Infantry unassigned
Whitfield, Robt Capt 22nd Infantry Company L
Wickham, Frederick R Sgt 22nd Infantry Company D
Wilder, Wm. T Major 22nd Infantry
Wilder, Harrison Corpl 22nd Infantry Company A
Wilson, John A Corpl 22nd Infantry Company E
Wilson, Bert Sgt QM 22nd Infantry Company K
Yeary, Harry F Sgt 22nd Infantry Company L
Yergin, Howard Sgt 22nd Infantry Company C
Zavodski, Joe Sgt 22nd Infantry Company E

 

* Charles F. Waddington is listed as Chief Musician Non-Commissioned Officer Regimental Staff.
His full name is Charles Frederick Storey Waddington. He was born June 22, 1883 in Cooma NSW Australia,
was married twice, became a naturalized US citizen, and is buried in the Lone Pine Cemetery in Lewisburg, TN.

Charles' father was Isaac Waddington, who was a 2nd Dragoon Guard in Yorkshire, England, in 1876
and who arrived in Australia about 1877. Isaac was the son of Joshua Waddington and Sarah Storey of Knaresborough Yorkshire England.
Charles was a cornet player and his father and brother were also musicians. His brother Robert was a bassplayer who played with
Frank Ellis and the Californians during the dance craze in Australia in the 1920's, and later recorded with Gladys Moncreiff in the 1930's.

 

22nd Infantry Band

Photo taken about 1917, showing Charles F.S. Waddington ( standing, far left ) as the conductor.

Photo and above information about Charles F.S. Waddington submitted in honor of his Great-Uncle Charles
and Great-Grandfather Robert by Gavin French

 

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Sincere thanks to the Cochise Genealogical Society and to the
Cochise County Historical Society
for much of the above information.

Visit their excellent website at the following link:

http://www.mycochise.com/

 

 

 


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