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York County Roadtrip Part IV
December, 2002

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br> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- USS RALEIGH Crew Roster -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General: The following is the crew roster of the USS RALEIGH that took part in the Battle of Manila Bay on May 1, 1898. The roster comes from the Bounding Billow, the USFS OLYMPIA's ship newspaper. The Roster: AAbrahamson, Rinehart E., Apprentice, Second Class Adamsson, Edwin, Coxswain Akers, John B., Private Akesson, Paulus, Fireman, First Class Andersen, Andrew F., Seaman Anderson, Nils, Gunner's Mate, Third Class Andersson, Adolf, Seaman Andrews, Ellwood W., Machinist, Second Class Andy, Emil, Seaman Armstrong, J. J., Apprentice, First Class Babin, Provoost, Ensign Bailey, Aubrey C., Landsman Bailey, Frank H., Chief Engineer Barnes, James, Fireman, First Class Barnum, Edward K., Apprentice, Second Class Barratt, John, Warrant Officer's Cook Baxter, David, Seaman Benane, Driss, W. O. Cook Benezra, Jack, Landsrnan Berlin, Your Karl, Ship's Cook, Fourth Class Berreson, Ole, Coxswain Birrer, Fernando L., Private Bixler, Charles E., Fireman, Second Class Blaisdell, Clinton S., Apprentice, Second Class Blodgett, Foster, Private Bonner, Daniel S., Private Boothe, James L., Mess Attendant Bordley, Elville, Ordinary Seaman Borg, Carl Jon, Water Tender Bosse, Alessandro, Landsman Boyce, Robert N., Private Boyle, Michel, Fireman, First Class Bradbury, D., Oiler Brady, John R., Assstant Engineer Brawn, Karl, Coppersmith Briar, August, Coal Passer Bromberger, Fritz, Seaman Brosnan, William J., Master-At-Arms, Third Class Brown, J. L., Ordinary Seaman Brown, James W., Sergeant Bryan, Benjamin H., Chief Master-At-Arms Brydson, James, Landsman Carey, Patrick, Coal Passer Carpenter, Dudley N., Assistant Surgeon Carroll, George H., Fireman, First Class Cathell, George W., Fireman, Second Class Chadwick, Frank L., Ensign Chappell, Charles, Fireman, First Class Chida, Saki, Steerage Steward Chow, Lee, Landsman Chung, Ah, Landsman Clark, Francis, Fireman, Second Class Clark, Lewis W., Coal Passer Clark, Walter J., Chief Machinist Coghlan, Joseph B., Captain Coles, William, Coal Passer Collins, Harry A., Corporal Collins, James, Landsman Condrey, William B., Private Conolly, Coleman, Water Tender Costabel, Daniel, Warrant Officer's Steward Crook, Herbert L., Apprentice, First Class Dafgard, Andrew G.C., Apprentice, Second Class Danelson, August, Seaman Daughtry, Isaac, Fireman, First Class Dausch, Edward A., Apprentice, First Class Davis, Frederick H., Apprentice, First Class Deale, William C., Bugler DeKalb, Raymond P., Apprentice, First Class Dilworth, Charles, Fireman, First Class Dixon, Alfred, Coal Passer Douglass, Joseph, Landsman Doyle, Burt, Landsman Doyle, Peter, Shipwright Duffy, James, Oiler Duncan, James G., Apprentice, First Class Duncan, Julian, Apprentice, Second Class Dunki, Carl, Coal Passer Eason, Thomas, Gunner's Mate, Third Class Emlyn H. Marsteller, Surgeon Evans, George H., Fireman, Second Class Evans, Richard L., First Sergeant Evans, Thomas, Boatswain's Mate, Second Class Falk, John, Landsman Faridone, Pietro, Coal Passer Farrell, John, Private Fat, Ah, Mess Attendant Ferguson, George, Coal Passer Ferguson, James, Plumber And Fitter Fitzpatrick, John, Coal Passer Fitzpatrick, Thomas, Coal Passer Flanagan, Edward, Coal Passer Foley, Bartley, Water Tender Framarin, Girolomo, Mess Attendant Fuller, Henry L., Apprentice, Second Class Gaither, Harry H., Coal Passer Galt, William W., Paymaster Gassoway, Samuel J., Apprentice, First Class Gensler, Lawrence C., Painter Gibbs, Randolph H., Boatswain's Mate, Second Class Gilsenan, Thomas, Carpenter's Mate, Second Class Gilson, Daniel E., Private Gonnet, Pierre, Wardroom Steward Goodridge, N. E., Machinist, Second Class Gottlieb, Henry, Apprentice, Second Class Grandahl, Hjalmar, Seaman Grant, Charlie, Seaman Graves, George W., Apprentice, First Class Green, John M., Fireman, Second Class Gustavesen, Johan, Cunner's Mate, Third Class Habu, Asao, Mess Attendant Hackett, Patrick, Fireman, Second Class Halstead, Alexander S., Passed Assistant Engineer Hamaguchi, Kintoro, Mess Attendant Hamilton, William N., Coal Passer Hanlon, Patrick, Fireman, First Class Hansen, Andrew, Quartermaster, Third Class Hanson, Max, Gunner's Mate, Second Class Harris, Charles, Bayman Harvey, William John, Chief Yeoman Heaney, Charles W., Coal Passer Heard, Richard J., Private Heath, Samuel, Fireman, Second Class Henry, George, Seaman Hines, Patrick, Coal Passer Hofman, Thomas, Fireman, First Class Hogan, William M. A., Apprentice, First Class Holub, Joseph, Chief Cunner's Mate Hoover, Charles E., Corporal Hug, William J., Cunner's Mate, First Class Hummel, Augustus J., Coal Passer Jakobson, Bernt A. M., Coal Passer Jansson, Charles, Seaman Jarrett, Henry C., Yeoman, Second Class Jensen, Anton M., Apprentice, Second Class Johns, Edward R., Seaman Johnson, James, Coxswain Johnson, John R., Ordinary Seaman Johnson, Paul, Fireman, Second Class Johnson, William, Sailmaker's Mate Johnstone, Gaston D., Acting Gunner Jonsson, Julius, Ordinary Seaman Kausch, Rudolph G., Gunner's Mate, Third Class Kenney, Stephen, Landsman Kiley, Timothy E., Acting Carpenter Klynson, Antony, Seaman Kornfeld, William E., Machinist, Secand Class Lafka, Antonio, Oiler Lannon, Patrick, Coal Passer Larson, John, Coal Passer Larsson, John, Blacksmith Leclere, Alphonse, Wardroom Cook Lentz, Percy, J., Chief Yeoman Linden, Frank John, Machinist, First Class Lucas, Fred, Coal Passer Lynch, Daniel J., Private Lynch, Michel J., Gunner's Mate, First Class Maher, Lawrence, Coal Passer Mahoney, John, Fireman, First Class Malet, George, Seaman Manghir, Antoine, Mess Attendant Marayama, Toshi, Steerage Cook Maro, Charles, Boilermaker Martin, Joseph, Apprentice, First Class Mason, Armstead, Landsman Masselo, Panayote, Cabin Cook Mattson, Axel, Oiler Mauerhofer, Emil, Apprentice, Second Class Mayhew, William B., Machinist, First Class McArdle, James S., Apprentice, First Class McCants, John H., Landsman McCarthey, Edward J., Seaman McCartney, Edward, Landsman McDonald, James, Coal Passer McFaun, John, Coal Passer McGraw, John J., Landsrnan McIntosh, Joseph, Fireman, Second Class McKenna, Edward, Fireman, First Class McLaughlin, Thomas, Fireman, First Class McMahon, William J., Coal Passer McNish, Samuel, Coal Passer Melampy, Daniel, Coal Passer Miller, James A., Ordinary Seaman Mitchell, Harry E., Coal Passer Mon, Tche, Blacksmith Moretz, Max, Seaman Morgan, Casey B., Ensign Moylan, Nicholas Dan, Seaman Muller, Charles, Landsman Murphey, John, Coal Passer Murphey, William, Boatswain's Mate, First Class Murray, Joseph, Seaman Nagasaki, Yoohimatser, Ordinary Seaman Nagel, William, Coal Passer Neily, George W., Private Nelson, Chresten, Oiler Nelson, Peter, Private Nilsen, Olaf, Coxswain Nilsen, Ole S., Boatswain's Mate, Second Class Nilsson, Sixten F., Coxswain Norcott, Edward J., Acting Boatswain Nygard, Victor, Seaman O'Brien, William, Quartermaster, First Class O'Dell Thomas W., Machinist, First Class O'Donohue, John, Ordinary Seaman O'Hara, Peter J., Private Olsen, Gustaf T., Seaman Ortman, Julius, Gunner's Mate, Third Class Pequignot, Edward, Coal Passer Perry, Frank J., Landsman Pfingstag, H.C.R., Apprentice, Second Class Phillips, Henry, Private Phillips, James H., Fireman, First Class Phillips, R. W., Chief Yeoman Ping, Ah, Landsman Platt, Edward A., Private Price, G.H., Yeoman, First Class Prime, Charles, Gunner's Mate, Second Class Quinn, James C., Gunner's Mate, First Class Rafferty, Henry, Private Ridpath, William M., Machinist, First Class Riley, John, Chief Boatswain's Mate Rodman, Hugh, Lieutenant Rosse, Antone, Ordinary Seaman Rothwell, John, Gunner's Mate, Third Class Rouzer, Clarence,Ordinary Seaman Rowland, Edward, Sergeant Rusk, Isak E., Gunner's Mate, Third Class Ryan, Stephen,Gunner's Mate, First Class. Sablestrom, Erik A., Seaman Sanborn, Stephen H., Fireman, First Class Sandberg, Frederick E., Ordinary Seaman Savage, William, Landsman Schaupp, Charles, Machinist, Second Class Schenk, Baldwin F. L., Fireman, Second Class Schuler, William, Quartermaster, Third Class Scobie, William, Chief Machinist Scott, Thomas, Coal Passer Sheppard, Moses, Cabin Steward Singer, Frederic, Lieutenant Commander Skon, Svend J., Boatswains Mate, Second Clas, Slobudski, Marcello, Fifer Smith, Benjamin F. W., Seaman Smith, Frederick, Boatswain's Mate, Second Class Smith, Henry, Ship's Cook, First Class Smith, James, Landsman Smith, James, Seaman Smith, William A., Seaman Sneath, William, Seaman Sorensen, Christian, Quartermaster, Second Class Spellman, Martin, Coal Passer Staples, Charles E., Private Stevens, William H., Corporal Stewart, James A., Drummer. Swanson, Adolph, Cunner's Mate, First Class Tam, King, Mess Attendant Tappan, Benjamin, Lieutenant Tejada, Joseph J., Apothecary Teutchtler, Robert, Apprentice, Second Class Thompson, William A., Coxswain Tracey, Stephen, Water Tender Treadwell, Thomas C. First Lieutenant Of Marines Trent, Thomas, Fireman, Second Class Trigger, Daniel, Chief Carpenter's Mate Tung, Lou, Landsrnan Vaughan, James, Ordinary Seaman Vose, William, Ordinary Seaman Wagenheim, Emil, Landsman Wall, Ulric V., Seaman Walsh, George F., Ordinary Seaman Walsh, James, Coal Passer Ward, Albert C., Landsrnan Ward, John R., Private Warner, Benjamin, Oiler Warner, George T., Gunner's Mate, Third Class Warner, Sidney, Fireman, Second Class Watson, Frederick, Coal Passer Way, Louis F., Chief Quartermaster Welsh, John, Coal Passer Werling, Richard, Ordinary Seaman West, Joseph E., Boatswain's Mate, Second Class Wetzel, William, Oiler Wev, O. W., Apprentice, Second Class White, Charles J., Apprentice, Second Class White, George A., Pay Clerk White, James F., Fireman, Second Class White, Stephen, Oiler Wilber, Christian, Private Williams, George, Ordinary Seaman Williams, Murray, Water Tender Winder, William, Lieutenant Woodward, Albert N., Bayrnan Wormald, George W., Coal Passer Wormald, Robert, Oiler Wuchuhara, Keyokusa, Mess Attendant Wynn, Walker, Apprentice, Second Class -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bibliography: The Bounding Billow, Vol. 1, No. 7, November-December, 1898, published on board the Cruiser OLYMPIA. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Return to the RALEIGH Page Return to the Researching a Spanish American War Veteran Page Return to the Unit Rosters and Histories Page Return to the Manila Bay Page Return to Main Page http://www.spanamwar.com/Raleighcrew.html

http://www.history.navy.mil/medals/dewey/dewey3.htm#raleighanchor Return to Service Medal IndexReturn to NHC homepage Manila Bay Medal recipients, USS Raleigh Related resource: Crew members eligible for Manila Bay Medal Ship action report, Battle of Manila Bay Other ships present at Manila Bay: USS Olympia USS Baltimore USS Raleigh USS Petrel USS Concord USS Boston USRC McCulloch USS Nanshan USS Zafiro. [NOTE: The following history is from the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. The photo (NHC No. H44191) is from the center's Photographic Section.] (Displacement 3,183 tons; length 305'10"; beam42', draft 18'(mean), speed19 knots, complement 312; armament 1-6", 10-5", 8 6-pars., 4 1-pars., 4-18" torpedo tubes; class Cincinnati) The second Raleigh (C-8) was laid down on 19 December 1889 at the Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va.; launched 31 March 1892; sponsored by Mrs. Alfred W. Haywood, and commissioned on 17 April 1894, Capt. Merrili Miller in command. Remaining in the yard for another 5 months, Raleigh shifted to Hampton Roads in early September, then conducted shakedown in Chesapeake Bay. In January 1895, she completed fitting out at the torpedo station at Neuport, R.I., and on the 25th put to sea to join the North Atlantic Squadron for battle practice in the Caribbean. In June, she put into New York, whence she moved south again for a cruise around the Florida peninsula, and in August, she returned to New York for voyage repairs before resuming operations w ith her squadron. For the next 10 months, she continued operations in the western Atlantic, ranging from New England to the Straits of Florida. During the summer of 1896, she trained Naval Militiamen from South Carolina and Louisiana, then returned to the east coast and North Atlantic Squadron exercises. From late October to early February 1897, she joined in a neutrality patrol off Florida, and in April, after the completion of an overhaul at Norfolk, participated in ceremonies marking the dedication of Grant's Tomb. On 6 May, Raleigh steamed east and on 11 June reported for duty on the European Station at Smyrna (now Izmir) on the Aegean Sea. Tn July, she participated in a good-will tour of Morocean ports. In August, she cruised off Italy, then returned to the western Mediterranean. Into December, she operated off the Levant and, toward the end of the month transited the Suez Canal en route to the Asiatic Station. On 18 February 1898, she reached Hong Kong where she joined Dewey's squadron. On 26 April the U.S. Congress declared war against Spain. On the 27th the squadron got underway for Manila. At the end of the month, Raleigh passed El Fraile Island and was fired on by an enemy battery. With Concord and Boston she returned the fire, then moved toward Cavite to engage the Spanish fleet. Steaming in column, the American squadron ran by the Spanish, firing at close range. Two hours later, five cross runs had been completed, and the Spanish fleet had been destroyed. Shore batteries became the targets. Just before noon on 1 May, Raleigh joined Olympia, Boston, and Petrel in silencing the navy yard and arsenal batteries. On 2 May, she sent officers ashore to demand the surrender of Corregidor and, on the 3d, sent men to disable the batteries there and destroy the munitions. In the late afternoon, shore parties were sent to Palo Caballo for the same purpose. Raleigh then took up picket and patrol duties, capturing the gunboat Callao on the 9th. In July, Raleigh shifted from Manila Bay to Subic Bay. On the 7th, she shelled Spanish positions on Grande Island until they were surrendered; she then sent garrison troops ashore. On the 10th, she returned to Manila, where she remained until after the Spanish surrendered the eity in mid-August. On the 25th, Raleigh put to sea, bound for Hong Kong with mail. In early September, she returned to the Philippines where she operated until sailing for Suez, Gibraltar, and the United States on 15 December. On 15 April 1899, she arrived at New York and the next day received honors from other ships and from officials of the city. Ten days after her arrival, Raleigh cleared New York Harbor and turned south. On the 26th, she entered the Delaware River and moved up to Philadelphia, where on the 28th President McKinley and Secretary of the Navy Long came on board to honor the ship and crew for a job well done. On 2 May, Raleigh got underway again, and, after visiting ports in the Carolinas, put into Portsmouth, N.H., where she was decommissioned on 10 June. Recommissioned on 5 January 1903, Raleigh was fitted out at New York and in mid-March sailed for Honduras. There she delivered stores to ships cruising off that coast, then headed east. Steaming via Gibraltar and Suez, she rejoined the Asiatie Fleet at Chefoo, China, on 26 August. For the next 4 years she cruised in Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Philippine waters in support of diplomatic missions as well as showing the flag and conducting good-will tours. On 12 August 1907, she departed Yokosuka for San Francisco. Arriving on 6 September, she proceeded to Mare Island to begin inactivation. Decommissioned on 12 October 1907, Raleigh was recommissioned on 21 February 1911. Initially assigned to the Pacific Reserve Squadron, she remained in San Francisco until December. She then moved north to Bremerton, Wash., and 2 more years of little activity. On 6 December 1913, she departed Puget Sound. Steaming south, she joined the active fleet and served as a station ship in Mexican ports, primarily Manzanillo, Mazatlan, La Paz, and Guaymas, for the next 4 years. During the time she interrupted her Mexican assignments twice: for duty at Oeos, Guatemala, from 6 to 25 October 1915; and at Corinto Nicaragua, from I April to 26 July 1916. Undergoing repairs at Mare Island when the United States entered World War I, Raleigh departed San Francisco in early May 1917 and on 5 June joined the Patrol Force, U.S. Atlantic Flect, at Newport, R.I. Assigned to Cruiser Force, 2d Squadron, she patrolled from Boston to Norfolk until November when she was detached for duty in Brazilian waters. On 12 December, Raleigh arrived at Rio de Janeiro and until 27 April 1918, she patrolled between there and Bahia (Salvador). In May she arrived off West Africa; delivered munitions to the Liberian Government; continued on to Dakar, French West Africa, then, on 18 May, headed west. At the end of the month, she resumed Bahia-Rio patrols. At the same time, however, German U-boats appeared off the east coast of the United States. Raleigh was ordered home. Clearing Bahia on 26 June, she joined the American Patrol Detachment at Key West, Fla., on 21 July and began guarding convoys in the Gulf of Mexico, in the Caribbean, and off the east coast of the Carolinas. She remained on that duty until after the end of the war and, into 1919 continued operations out of Key West. On 6 April she entered the Charleston Navy Yard and prepared for inactivation. On 21 April 1919 she was decommissioned for the last time and on 5 August 1921 she was sold for scrapping to Henry A. Hitner's Sons Co., Philadelphia Pa. Officers Of The Raleigh Joseph B. Coghlan, Captain Frederic Singer, Lieutenant Commander William Winder, Lieutenant Benjamin Tappan, Lieutenant Hugh Rodman, Lieutenant Casey B. Morgan, Ensign Frank L. Chadwick, Ensign Provoost Babin, Ensign Emlyn H. Marsteller, Surgeon Dudley N. Carpenter, Assistant Surgeon William W. Galt, Paymaster Frank H. Bailey, Chief Engineer Alexander S. Halstead, Passed Assistant Engineer John R. Brady, Assit. Engineer Thomas C. Treadwell, First Lieutenant Of Marines Edward J. Norcott, Acting Boatswain Gaston D. Johnstone, Acting Gunner Timothy E. Kiley, Acting Carpenter George A. White, Pay Clerk Crew Of The Raleigh Abrahamson, Rinehart E., Apprentice, Second Class Adamsson, Edwin, Coxswain Akesson, Paulus, Fireman, First Class Andersen, Andrew F., Seaman Anderson, Nils, Gunner's Mate, Third Class Andersson, Adolf, Seaman Andrews, Ellwood W., Machinist, Second Class Andy, Emil, Seaman Armstrong, J. J., Apprentice, First Class Bailey, Aubrey C., Landsman Barnes, James, Fireman, First Class Barnum, Edward K., Apprentice, Second Class Barratt, John, Warrant Officer's Cook Baxter, David, Seaman Benane, Driss, W. O. Cook Benezra, Jack, Landsrnan Berlin, Your Karl, Ship's Cook, Fourth Class Berreson, Ole, Coxswain Bixler, Charles E., Fireman, Second Class Blaisdell, Clinton S., Apprentice, Second Class Boothe, James L., Mess Attendant Bordley, Elville, Ordinary Seaman Borg, Carl Jon, Water Tender Bosse, Alessandro, Landsman Boyle, Michel, Fireman, First Class Bradbury, D., Oiler Brawn, Karl, Coppersmith Briar, August, Coal Passer Bromberger, Fritz, Seaman Brosnan, William J., Master-At-Arms, Third Class Brown, J. L., Ordinary Seaman Bryan, Benjamin H., Chief Master-At-Arms Brydson, James, Landsman Carey, Patrick, Coal Passer Carroll, George H., Fireman, First Class Cathell, George W., Fireman, Second Class Chappell, Charles, Fireman, First Class Chida, Saki, Steerage Steward Chow, Lee, Landsman Chung, Ah, Landsman Clark, Francis, Fireman, Second Class Clark, Lewis W., Coal Passer Clark, Walter J., Chief Machinist Coles, William, Coal Passer Collins, James, Landsman Conolly, Coleman, Water Tender Costabel, Daniel, Warrant Officer's Steward Crook, Herbert L., Apprentice, First Class Dafgard, Andrew G.C., Apprentice, Second Class Danelson, August, Seaman Daughtry, Isaac, Fireman, First Class Dausch, Edward A., Apprentice, First Class Davis, Frederick H., Apprentice, First Class Deale, William C., Bugler DeKalb, Raymond P., Apprentice, First Class Dilworth, Charles, Fireman, First Class Dixon, Alfred, Coal Passer Douglass, Joseph, Landsman Doyle, Burt, Landsman Doyle, Peter, Shipwright Duffy, James, Oiler Duncan, James G., Apprentice, First Class Duncan, Julian, Apprentice, Second Class Dunki, Carl, Coal Passer Eason, Thomas, Gunner's Mate, Third Class Evans, George H., Fireman, Second Class Evans, Thomas, Boatswain's Mate, Second Class Falk, John, Landsman Faridone, Pietro, Coal Passer Fat, Ah, Mess Attendant Ferguson, George, Coal Passer Ferguson, James, Plumber And Fitter Fitzpatrick, John, Coal Passer Fitzpatrick, Thomas, Coal Passer Flanagan, Edward, Coal Passer Foley, Bartley, Water Tender Framarin, Girolomo, Mess Attendant Fuller, Henry L., Apprentice, Second Class Gaither, Harry H., Coal Passer Gassoway, Samuel J., Apprentice, First Class Gensler, Lawrence C., Painter Gibbs, Randolph H., Boatswain's Mate, Second Class Gilsenan, Thomas, Carpenter's Mate, Second Class Gonnet, Pierre, Wardroom Steward Goodridge, N. E., Machinist, Second Class Gottlieb, Henry, Apprentice, Second Class Grandahl, Hjalmar, Seaman Grant, Charlie, Seaman Graves, George W., Apprentice, First Class Green, John M., Fireman, Second Class Gustavesen, Johan, Cunner's Mate, Third Class Habu, Asao, Mess Attendant Hackett, Patrick, Fireman, Second Class Hamaguchi, Kintoro, Mess Attendant Hamilton, William N., Coal Passer Hanlon, Patrick, Fireman, First Class Hansen, Andrew, Quartermaster, Third Class Hanson, Max, Gunner's Mate, Second Class Harris, Charles, Bayman Harvey, William John, Chief Yeoman Heaney, Charles W., Coal Passer Heath, Samuel, Fireman, Second Class Henry, George, Seaman Hines, Patrick, Coal Passer Hofman, Thomas, Fireman, First Class Hogan, William M. A., Apprentice, First Class Holub, Joseph, Chief Cunner's Mate Hug, William J., Cunner's Mate, First Class Hummel, Augustus J., Coal Passer Jakobson, Bernt A. 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John Cathell was born in Worcester County, Maryland on 28 July 1797. I have not yet located records which identify his father and mother. There is a Cathell Family History about early Worcester County Cathells, written by Ralph W. Cathell in 1972. From information in this history and the 1800 & 1810 U.S. Censuses, I believe John Cathell's father is either David Cathell, John Cathell Jr., or Levi Cathell, three brothers who lived at Snow Hill Twp., Worcester County. In the present day, the Cathell surname seems to be more frequent around Berlin, Snow Hill, and Ocean City, MD than anywhere else in the state. I am seeking contact with any Worcester County Cathell descendants, who might be willing to share their genealogical information. http://www.3-cities.com/~larry/gerhardstein/cathell.html#welcome

have in my possession a bit of History of Worcester Co. Maryland regarding the ancestral and military history of Col. Levi Cthell of Worcester Co. who died in 1850. His grandfather was Josiah CAthell, son of Laban Cathell, whose father was Jonathan Cathell. They came to America from Dover, England in 1662 and settled near the seaboard. Josiah CAthell was a grandson of Jonathan CAthell and was born March 2, 1720. I have the outline of this information and if you wish to learn more, please email me at pattymae@rcn.com or respond tothis message.
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D796 K942

From The Bull Sheet
CSXT Freight Schedules
D796 (MON-FRI)
Station ArrivalDeparture Additional Information
. . .. UPDATED 6/7/02
. . ..  
HANOVER PA ----0930 ORIGIN
YORK ROAD PA 09400950 1 mile approx
PORTERS PA 10051020 3 miles approx
LINEBORO MD 10501100 10 miles approx
HAMPSTEAD MD 11201130 10 miles approx
WOODENSBURG MD ----1145 7 miles approx
EMORY GROVE MD 11551205 2 miles approx
OWINGS MILLS MD 12401340 5 miles approx
LEHIGH YD MD ----1410 17 miles approx
ARLINGTON MD 14301450 1 mile approx
WALBRIDGE MD 15001510 1 mile approx
CURTIS BAY MD 15301645 8 miles approx
WALBRIDGE MD 17301745 8 miles approx
ARLINGTON MD ----1755 1 mile approx
LEHIGH YD MD 18001815 1 mile approx
OWINGS MILLS MD 18501900 17 miles approx
EMORY GROVE MD 19151925 5 miles approx
PORTERS PA ----2030 29 miles approx
BITTINGER PA ----2050 8 miles approx
BERLIN JCT PA ----2120 2 miles approx
NEW OXFORD PA 21352150 3 miles approx
GULDENS PA ----2210 5 miles approx
GETTYSBURG PA ----2230 5 miles approx
ORRTANNA PA -------- 7 miles approx
GLADHILL PA -------- 11 miles approx
HANOVER PA 2359---- 36 miles approx
Comments: Hanover Local
Assignment subject to change
Hanover Local
Local freight
D796
Baltimore Division
Times updated 6/7/02


CSXT Freight Schedules
K942 (SAT-THURS)
Station ArrivalDeparture Additional Information
. . .. K942
. . ..  
HANOVER PA ----2300 TIMES ARE EXAMPLES
BITTINGER PA 23302345  
FULTON YD MD 02450315  
WESTPORT MD 03450400  
ANNAPOLIS JCT MD 05000545  
HANOVER PA 0700----  
Comments: Loaded Rock Runner
Assignment subject to change
Times are examples
Loaded Rock Runner