Company B 22nd Infantry
Charles Miller was born in Plainfield, Indiana in 1877.
He enlisted for a period of 3
years as a Private in Company B of the 22nd Infantry on January
at Vincennes, Indiana. His enlistment record indicated that he stood 5 feet 7 inches tall, had dark brown hair,
blue eyes and a dark complexion. His previous occupation was listed as Laborer.
Private Charles Miller died from
chronic dysentery in the base hospital at Dagupan, Pangasinan
Island of Luzon, Philippine Islands, on June 2, 1900.
Listing of Charles Miller's death and
original burial (marked by the red star) in the report written by
2nd Lieutenant Frederick B. Kerr, Commanding Officer Company B 22nd Infantry, January 2, 1901.
Document courtesy of Matthew Westfall, author of The Devil's Causeway
Charles Miller was buried in the
military cemetery at Dagupan, Philippines.
His remains were shipped back to the United States aboard the transport Sumner
which left Manila on September 17, 1903 and arrived in New York City on November 21, 1903.
Arlington National Cemetery
Section 22 Grave 16312
Grave marker for Charles Miller
Photo from the Official Website of Arlington National Cemetery
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