Peter Marshall

Company C 22nd Infantry

MIA 02/07/1900



Peter Marshall was born in Lancashire, England in 1871.

He enlisted for a period of 3 years as a Private in Company C of the 22nd Infantry on July 1, 1899
at Fall River, Massachusetts. His enlistment record indicated that he stood 5 feet 8 inches tall, had dark brown hair,
brown eyes and a fair complexion. His previous occupation was listed as Weaver.

On February 5, 1900 Companies C and D 22nd Infantry left San Fernando and marched north to Gapan by way of
Cabiao and then San Isidro, arriving in Gapan on February 7.

On February 7, 1900 while enroute from Cabiao to San Isidro on the Island of Luzon, Philippines,
Private Peter Marshall and Private William E. Penland became missing.

The two soldiers were carried in the Returns of the 22nd Infantry as location unknown absent without leave
from February 7 to March 1900. On March 8, 1900 their status was changed to Deserted.

In the monthly return for June their status was again changed, this time to Missing.

On July 11, 1900 Private Marshall and Private Penland were dropped from the records of the 22nd Infantry
with the status of Missing.


Above: The entry for Private Peter Marshall and Private William E. Penland in the Returns of the 22nd Infantry
for the month of July 1900 under the heading of "Dropped." At the time of the report Company C was encamped
at Sibul Spring, Bulacan Province on the Island of Luzon, Philippine Islands.



The entry in the enlistment record of Peter Marshall had the following statement:

"Dropped Febry 7, 1900 - as fallen in Insurgents hands near San Isidro, P. I. { Supposed to have been murdered."










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