Nagle, Edmond

Rank: Sergeant

Unit: H Trp, 2d Cavalry

Reenlisted: June 22, 1899 in Santa Clara, Cuba. He was 45 yrs 5 mos.  It was his sixth enlistment.

Date of birth: 1854

Hometown: County Cork, Ireland

Campaign: Spanish American War

Died: 3 April 1900

Age at death: 45 or 46

Cause of death: Electrocuted

Location of fatality: Columbia Barracks, Cuba

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Place of interment: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia

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Note: Second enlistment was May 28, 1881 in New York City, New York into M Trp, 2d Cavalry.  He was 27.  He was discharged on May 27, 1886 in Fort Klamath, Oregon for expiration of service and held the rank of 1st sergeant.

Third enlistment was June 22, 1886 in New York City, New York into M Trp, 2d Cavalry and also served in H Trp.  He was 32.  He was discharged on June 21, 1891 at Fort Wingate, New Mexico for expiration of service and held the rank of sergeant.

Fourth enlistment was June 22, 1891 at Fort Wingate, New Mexico into H Trp, 2d Cavalry.  He was 37.  He was discharged on June 21, 1896 atFort Wingate, New Mexico for expiration of service and held the rank of sergeant.

Fifth enlistment was June 22, 1896 atFort Wingate, New Mexico into H Trp, 2d Cavalry.  He was 27.  He was discharged on June 21, 1899 in Santa Clara, Cuba for expiration of service and held the rank of sergeant.

He was 5’7½” with slate blue eyes, dark brown hair, and fair complexion.