Mathew McNulty

Company B 22nd Infantry

DOD 01/05/1900



Mathew McNulty was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania in 1876.

He enlisted for a period of 3 years as a Private in Company B of the 22nd Infantry on June 3, 1899
at Reading, Pennsylvania. His enlistment record indicated that he stood 5 feet 6 inches tall, had dark
brown hair, blue eyes and a ruddy complexion. His previous occupation was listed as Iron Worker.

Private McNulty died of malaria at Cabanatuan, Philippines on January 5, 1900.


Listing of Mathew McNulty's death (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



Mathew McNulty was buried in the military cemetery at Cabanatuan on the Island of Luzon, Philippines.
His remains were brought to San Francisco, California on board the transport Logan on March 29, 1901
and then shipped to William McNulty in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania where he was re-interred on April 11, 1901.








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