UNITED STATES ARMY
DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA.
Major General H. C. MERRIAM Commanding Dept. of Cali. and the Columbia Headquarters: San Francisco.
First Lieutenant John B. BENNETT, Aid to General Merriam.
Brigadier General John B. BABCOCK, U. S. V., Adjutant General of the Dept.
Lieutenant Colonel Johnson V. D. MIDDLETON, Deputy Surgeon General and
Chief Surgeon of the Department.
Lieutenant Colonel James M. MARSHALL, Deputy Quartermaster General
and Chief Quartermaster of the Department.
Lieutenant Colonel Frank M. COXE, Deputy Paymaster General, and Chief
Paymaster of the Department.
Lieutenant Colonel Frank GREENE, U. S. V. Signal Corps, Signal Officer of
Major EDWARD, 2d Artillery, Acting Inspector General, in charge of Office of
Judge Advocate, and Artillery Inspector of the Department.
OFFICERS OF THE GENERAL STAFF SERVING WITHIN THE LIMITS OF
Major S. F. THORN, Subsistence Department, Chief Commisary of
Major Geo. F. DOWNEY, Paymaster Dept., on duty as aid to Paymaster.
Major W. H. STILLWELL, Paymaster Dept., on duty as additional Paymaster.
Major B. C. KENYON, Paymaster Dept., on duty as additional Paymaster.
Major F. C. LORD, Paymaster Department, on duty since July 17, 1898.
Captain Fred C. MARTIN, Signal Corps, Asst. to Chief Signal Officer.
OFFICERS OF THE STAFF CORPS SERVING WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE
DEPARTMENT AND NOT OTHERWISE ACCOUNTED FOR.
Lieut. Col. George RUHLEN, U. S. V., Q. M. D., Depot Q., Honolulu, H. I.
Lieut. Col. Oscar F. LONG, U. S. V., Q. M. D., Depot Quartermaster, S. F.
Lieut. Col. Wm. H. BALDWIN, U. S. V., Sub. Dept., Purchasing Commisary.
Capt. Thomas U. RAYMOND, Med. Dept., Attending Surg. and Asst. to Chief Surgeon.
Colonel Samuel M. MANSFIELD, Corps. of Eng. Div., Engineer of Pac. Division.
Major Wm. H. HENER, Corps of Eng., Engineer of 12th Light House Dist.
Major Chas. E. L. B. DAVIS, Corps of Eng., Member of Cal. Debris Com.
1st Lieut. Jas. J. MEYLER, Corps of Eng., under immed. orders Maj. Davis.
1st Lieut. DEAKYNE, Corps of Eng., under immed. orders Col. Mansfield.
2d Lieut. Louis C. WOLF, Corps of Eng., under immed. orders Col. Mansfield.
ANGEL ISLAND, CAL. HEADQUARTERS OF UTAH VOLUNTEER
Capt. Frank W. JENNINGS, Utah Vol. Artillery, Commanding Post and Com.
Capt. John H. MACOMBER, Chaplain U. S. A., on duty at Post.
1st Lieut. John D. MURPHY, U. V. Art. Co. C., Acting Adjutant.
2d Lieut. Wm. J. B. STACEY, U. V. Art., Ordnance Commisary and Sig. Officer.
Acting Assistant Surgeon, J. F. MINOR, Assigned to Post.
ABSENT OR DETACHED SERVICE
Capt. Henry C. DAVIS, 3rd Artillery, Co. I., on detached service at Presidio,
as mustering officer 1st Tenn. Vol. Infantry.
1st Lieut. Geo. T. BARTLETT, 3rd Artillery, Co. I. supposed to be at Santiago
Cuba, as Major and Commisary, U. S. V.
2nd Lieut. William FORCE, 3rd Artillery, Co. I, Commanding Battery at Fort
Point, Cal., since Oct. 26, '98.
2nd Lieut. J. E. HOFFER, 3rd Artillery, Co. I, on detached service West Point,
W. Va., never joined Battery.
2nd Lieut. Henry M. MERRIAM, 3rd Artillery I., assigned to duty with Battery,
ALCATRAZ ISLAND, CAL., EIGHTH CALIFORNIA U. S. VOLUNTEER
Those who are now stationed on Alcatraz Island, Cal., are as
8TH REG. CAL. U. S. V. INFANTRY
Captain Geo. B. BALDWIN, Commanding Post and Co. "M".
1st. Lieut. J. J. ADEL, Adjutant Officer in charge of Post Exchange, Signal
Officer, Post Treasurer, Range Officer and Recruiting Officer.
2nd Lieut. Geo. C. PEATT, Officer in charge of prisoners, and Post Schools,
Ordinance Officer, and Librarian.
W. Hoepfner WINTERBERG, Actg. Asst. Surgeon, U. S. Army.
ABSENT ON DETACHED SERVICE.
Major David H. KINZIE, 3rd Artillery, Commandant Presidio - his family still
reside at Alcatraz.
Captain Edward DAVIS, Aid to General Miles.
1st Lieut. David J. RUMBOUGH, Adj. 3rd Arty. at the Presidio.
1st Lieut. Charles T. MENOHER, Adj. 6th Arty. at Fort McHenry.
2nd Lieut. Thales L. AMES, Unknown to us.
Captain Frank W. HESS, Major 3rd Army, Ft. Camby.
1st Lieut. Charles B. SATERLEE, Unknown to us.
1st Lieut. William G. HANN, Batt. Adj. 3rd Arty., Manila.
2nd Lieut. Frank G. MAUDLIN, Unknown to us.
2nd Lieut. Robert S. ABERNETHY, Porto Rico.
2nd Lieut. Edwin O. SARRAT, Ft. Stephens, Oregon.
Captain Harlen E. McVEY, Manila.
BENICIA BARRACKS. HEADQUARTERS EIGHTH CALIFORNIA
Colonel Park HENSHAW, 8th Cal. Vol. Infantry, Commandant at Post.
Major Frank W. DUDLEY, Surgeon on duty at Post.
Captain Oliver C. MILLER, Captain on duty at Post.
1st Lieut. David A. SMITH, Post Adjutant.
1st Lieut. Emanuel S. HELLER, Post Quartermaster, on duty at Post.
Captain John J. CAHILL, Co. A. , 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Commanding Company.
Captain Carl L. E. WENK, Co. F., 8th Cal. Col. Inf., Commanding Company.
Captain Howard FORD, Co. K., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Commanding Company.
Captain George H. VOSS, Co. L., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Commanding Company.
1st Lieut. Lawrence A. JACKSON, Co. A., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Duty with Comp.
1st Lieut. Wm. H. COBBLEDICK, Co. F., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Duty with Comp.
1st Lieut. Thomas RUTLEDGE, Co. K., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., On Duty with Comp.
1st Lieut. William E. SMITH, Co. L., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., On Duty with Comp.
2nd Lieut. Vandell FOOTE, Co A., Cal. Vol. Inf., On Duty with Company.
2d Lieut. Curtis C. COVALT, Co. F., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., On Duty with Company.
2d Lieut. Henry B. DENSON, Co. K., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., On duty with Comp.
2d Lieut. Frank S. DRADY, Co. L., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., On duty with Company.
FORT MASON, CAL. BATTERY E. 3RD ARTILLERY.
Captain Sedgwick PRATT, Commanding Post, Ranger, Signal and Ordnance
Officer, and in charge of School and Garden.
1st Lieut. SKERRETT, Adj. Treasurer, Recruiting and Exchange Officer.
2nd Lieut. E. D. SERRATT, Absent, attached to 3rd Art., Ft. Canby, Wash.
2d Lieut. H. W. BUTNER, On detached service at Presidio, Cal.
2d Lieut. H. Clay WOOD Jr., On detached service at the Presidio, Cal.
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UNITED STATES ARMY
PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO
Major David E. KINZIE, 3rd Artillery, Temporary Commanding Post.
Major Edward B. MOSLEY, Medical Department, on duty at Post.
Capt. Isaac P. WARE, Medical Department, on duty at Post.
Janes B. CUTLER, Acting Asst. Surgeon, Assigned to duty at Post.
Capt. Chas. B. THOMPSON, M Dept., On duty at Post.
1st Lieu. John A. LOCKWOOD, 4th Cavelry, Co. M., Commanding Troops.
1st Lieu. John M. NEALL, 4th Cavelry, Co. B., on duty with Troop.
1st Lieu. James E. NOLAN, Quartermaster 4th Cavalry, Police Officer and in
charge of Post Exchange and Post Commissary.
1st Lieu. Floyd W. HARRIS, 4th Cav. Adjutant, Post Treasurer and Librarian,
Post Adjutant and Recruiting Officer.
1st. Lieu. Wm. S. McNAIR, 3rd Artillery, Ordinance Officer.
Alexander PLUMMER, Vet. Surgeon, 4th Cav., on duty with Regiment.
Major A. K. WHITTON, 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Commanding Battalion.
1st Lieut. C. D. McGETTIGAN, Asst. Surgeon on duty with Battalion.
Capt. H. L. PARTRIDGE, 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Co. B., Commanding Co.
Capt. C. E. HAVEN, 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Commanding Co. E.
Capt. W. S. BARNES, Co. C., 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Summony Court Officer.
1st Lieut. C. H. HOLMES, 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Co. E., Duty with Company.
1st Lieut. L.A. DeVOE, 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Co. B., duty with Co.
1st Lieut. M. W. STOCKDALE, 1st Cal. Vol. Inf., Co. C., duty with Co.
2nd Lieut. W. C. BEAN, 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Co. E., Acting Battalion Q. M.
2nd Lieut. F. S. MUNN, 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Co. B., Acting Battalion Adj.
2nd Lieut. H. W. EMERSON, 8th Cal. Vol. Inf., Co. C., on duty with Co.
FORT BAKER, CAL., CALIFORNIA HEAVY ARTILLERY
Captain Herbert CHOYNSKI, Co. B., Cal. Heavy Art., Commanding Battalion,
Acting Assistant Surgeon, Robert E. Williams, duty at Post.
1st. Lieut. George B. HUIE, Co. B., Cal. Heavy Art., Duty with Battery.
2nd Lieut. Frank S. SPRAGUE, Co. B., C. H. Art., Ordnance Officer at Post.
2nd. Lieut. Porter H. THEDE, Co. B., Cal. Heavy Artillery, Duty with Battery.
YOSEMITE AND SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARKS, UTAH VOLUNTEER
Capt. Joseph E. CAINE, Utah Cav., Commanding Troop.
1st Lieut. Bermer F. SMITH, Duty with Troop.
2nd Lieut. Gordon F. KIMBALL, on duty with Troop.
ABSENT ON DETACHED SERVICE
Col. Chas. E. COMPTON, 4th Cavalry, Brig.-Gen., on duty at Chicamauga.
Major Louis H. RUCKER, 4th Cav., on duty at Phillippine Island.
Major Jacob A. AUGUR, 4th Cav., at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas.
1st Lieut. W. R. SMEDBERG, 4th Cav., A. D. C. to Brig.-Gen. Young.
2nd Lieut. Nolan CRAIG, 4th Cav., at Ft. Yellowstone, Wyo.
SAN DIEGO BARRACKS. CAL. BATTERY "D" 2ND ARTILLERY
Captain Chas. HUMPHREYS, Commanding Post.
1st Lieut. Archibald CAMPBELL, Absent on leave.
2nd Lieut. G. T. PATTERSON, Adjutant Quartermaster, Commissary and
2nd Lieut. Guy T. SCOTT, Recruiting, Signal, Engineer, and Range Officer.
1st Lieut. Alex. S. PORTER, Assistant Surgeon, Treasurer, and Exchange Off.
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NATIONAL GUARD OF CALIFORNIA
COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND STAFF HEADQUARTERS,
STATE CAPITOL, SACRAMENTO
James H. BUDD, Governor, Commander-in-Chief, Sacramento, Cal.
Andrew W. BARRETT, Brigadier-General, Adjutant General, Sacramento.
Robert L. PEELER, Colonel, Ass't. Adjutant General, Sacramento, Cal.
John B. WRIGHT, Colonel, Chief Engineer Officer, Sacramento, Cal.
Forrest S. CHADBOURNE, Colonel, Paymaster-General, 26 O'Farrell, S. F.
PARK, Henshaw. Colonel and Inspector of Rifle Practice, Chico, Cal.
John T. HARRINGTON, Judge Advocate-General, Colusa, Cal.
William E. HOPKINS, Colonel, Surgeon-General, 803 Sutter, S. F.
W. D. SANBORN, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, 32 Montgomery, S. F.
J. E. DOOLITTLE, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, 1901 Page, S. F.
J. S. YOUNG, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, Russ House, S. F.
A. ANDREWS, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, Lick House, S. F.
M. M. OGDEN, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, Los Angeles, Cal.
J. F. BURGIN, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, Mills Bldg., S. F.
Frank VAIL, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, 741 Market, S. F.
J. C. KIRKPATRICK, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, Palace Hotel, S. F.
Frank McLAUGHLIN, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, Oroville, Cal.
T. P. HANSON, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, Pasadena, Cal.
J. R. HOWELL, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, in Montgomery, S. F.
A. G. GASSON, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, San Diego, Cal.
P. L. BUSH, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, San Francisco.
R. L. DUNN, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, San Francisco.
George H. PIPPY, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid-de-Camp, Parrott Bldg., S. F.
DIVISION COMMANDER AND STAFF, HEADQUARTERS MILLS
Major-General John H. DICKINSON, Commanding, Mills Bldg.
Colonel Thomas M. CLUFF, Asst. Gen. and Chief of Staff, 40 Fourth, S. F.
Colonel John GALLWEY, Division Surgeon, 624 Kearny.
Lieut. Colonel Adolph HUBER, Division Commissary, 620 Bush, S. F.
Lieut. Colonel Louis BARRERE, Div. Inspector Rifle Practice, 131 First.
Lieut. Colonel J. J. DWYER, Division Judge Advocate, Mills Bldg.
Lieut. Colonel Charles T. STANLEY, Div. Quartermaster, 512 Montgomery.
Lieut. Colonel D. E. MILES, Division Signal Officer, 315 Montgomery.
Lieut. Colonel Chas. H. MURPHY, Div. Engineer Officer, Polytechnic School.
Lieut. Colonel H. F. EMERIC, Paymaster, 805 Market, S. F.
Lieut. Colonel A. B. C. DOHRMANN, Division Inspector, 120 Sutter.
Lieut. Colonel Wm. A. HALSTEAD, Div. Ordnance Officer, 946 Mission.
Major L. S. SCHMITT, Aid-de-Camp, 1609 Franklin, S. F.
Major J. G. FITZGERALD, Aid-de-Camp, New City Hall, S.F.
Sergeant Major L. GOTTSCHALK, Staff Orderly, 525 Commercial, S. F.
Sergeant Major A. GRAFF, Staff Orderly, 422 Montgomery, S. F.
Second Brigade, comprising the counties of San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, San Benito, Monterey, and Lake. Only that portion of Second Brigade in San Francisco is given here.
Headquarters, 420 Bush, California Hotel, r. 6
R. H. WARFIELD, Brigadier-General Commanding, California Hotel, S. F.
J. G. GIESTING, Lieut.-Colonel, Asst. Adjutant-General.
G. F. HANSON, M. D.; Lieut.-Colonel, Surgeon.
H. A. WEGENER, Major Quartermaster and Paymaster.
Charles JANSEN, Major Inspector.
James A. MARGO, Major, Commissary.
H. B. HOSMER, Major, Inspector Rifle Practice and O. O.
John H. HENDY, Major Engineer Officer.
C. J. EVANS, Major, Signal Officer.
D. S. DORN, Major, Judge Advocate.
S. L. NAPHTALY, Aid-de-Camp, Captain.
Douglas WHITE, Captain, Aid-de-Camp.
Eugene de SPAAR, Sergeant-Major and Staff Orderly.
E. S. CROSBY, Sergeant-Major and Staff Orderly.
Transcribed by Sally Kaleta.
Source: Hoag, Charles C., Our Society Blue Book, Pages 221-224. Charles Hoag Publishing, San Francisco, CA. 1899.
© 2006 Sally Kaleta.
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