Company D 22nd Infantry
Private William Williams died
from typhoid fever at the 4th District Hospital at San Isidro,
Philippines on May 24, 1900.
Below is the listing of
Williams' name, from the report written January 3, 1901,
by 1st Lieutenant Isaac Newell, Commanding Officer Company D 22nd Infantry,
reporting the deaths of Soldiers in the Philippines from Company D.
Document courtesy of Matthew Westfall, author of The Devil's Causeway
In the above report Lieutenant
Newell indicated that Private Williams was buried in the small US
cemetery near the Native Cemetery at San Isidro on the Island of Luzon in Grave Number 2.
The remains of William Williams
arrived in San Francisco aboard the transport Logan on
March 29, 1901
and his body was shipped to his mother Mrs. Rachael Lewis at Youngstown, Ohio.
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