Julius Sakaly

Company D 22nd Infantry

DOD 09/24/1911



Julius Sakaly was born in either Austria or Hungary in 1887.

He enlisted as a Private for a period of three years in Company G of the 19th Infantry on February 20, 1908
at Fort Slocum, New York. His enlistment record indicated he stood 5 feet 6 3/4 inches tall had brown hair,
brown eyes and a ruddy complexion. His previous occupation was listed as Laborer. He saw service with the
19th Infantry Regiment in the Philippines. He was discharged from this enlistment as a Private
at Fort McDowell, California on February 14, 1911.

He enlisted as a Private for a period of three years in Company D 22nd Infantry on February 16, 1911
at Columbus Barracks, Ohio.

Private Sakaly died in the post hospital at Fort Sam Houston, Texas on September 24, 1911.
Cause of death was recorded as "Dislocation 5th cervical vertebra."
In the Returns of the 22nd Infantry his death was listed as an accident.

The returns of the 22nd Infantry also indicated that his remains were shipped to his home.



Julius Sakaly is buried in Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia.







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