irst Lieutenant, United States Army
on April 6, 1869, he was serving with the 12th United States Infantry when
he was killed in the Philippines Insurrection on December 26, 1899.
He is buried in Section 1 of Arlington National
Cemetery among other family members.
TRAIN KILLS AN OFFICER
Runds Over Lieutenant Edward Taylor Near Bautista
WASHINGTON, December 29, 1899 - General Otis, at Manila,cabled the War Department today that First Lieutenant Edward Taylor, Twelfth Infantry, was run over by a train crossing theAgnoRivfer near Bautista, on the26th inst. and died in a few hours.
Lieutenant Taylor was born in Illinois, and was appointed to the Army from Idaho in June 1889. He was graduated at the Military Academy and assigned to the Twelfth Infantry, with which heserved in South Dakota and Nebraska up to the timeof the outbreakof the Spanish-American War, when he accompanied the expedition against Santiago, Cuba. At the close of the war, he rejoined his regiment and served in Kansas and Missouri until February 1899, when he accompanied his regiment to thePhilippines.
LIETU 12 US INF
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 12/26/1899
DATE OF INTERMENT: Unknown
BURIED AT: SECTION OFFR SITE 313
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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Photo By: M. R. Patterson, October 2007
Photo By M. R. Patterson, 28 June 2003