Note: Source: The New York Times, dated 1 Feb 1930 "Lieut. Col. R.E. Fisher, Cavalry Officer, Dies Rose from ranks and won D.S.C. and citations for bravery in the Philippines Washington, Jan 31-Lieut. Col. Ronald E Fisher, cavalry officer, died today at Walter Reed General Hospital. Born in Centerville, PA on Feb 22, 1873, he enlisted in the cavalry as private in 1899 and served in the Philippines. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in 1901. During the World War he was Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry in the national army. He became a Lieutenant Colonel of regulars in 1921. Colonel Fisher received the Distinguished Service Cross for bravery in a hand-to-hand trench fight in the Philippine jungle in 1905 at Peruka Utig's Cotta when he killed three Moros and cleared the trench. He also received two silver star citations for gallantry in action against hostile Moros at Cotta Pang Pang in 1904 and at Lak Samana Usap's Cotta in 1904." contributed by Mary Brewer 1920 - Annapolis Ward 3, Anne Arundel, Maryland Ronald Fisher - 46 - owns free - PA PA PA -Lt. Col. US Army Ellen B. G. - wife - 45 - MD MD MD Dorsey G Fisher - son - 12 Kansas Martha - dau - 11 Md. Marion - dau 8 Md
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