Russo-Japanese war of 1905

War between Russia and Japan taken place from February 8, 1904 to September 5, 1905, but some assaults took place even in 1906, long time after treaty in Portsmouth and win of Japan. This war was not documented well in histioriography, especially in regard to the names of ordinary soldiers fighting, being injured and lost.

List of people lost, injured or fighting in war between Russia and Japan of 1905 coming from Kingdom of Poland or having polish names
(Lista zabitych, rannych i walczących podczas wojny rosyjsko-japońskiej 1905 roku, pochodzących z Królestwa Polskiego lub noszących polskie nazwiska)

  1. Abakanowicz Stanisław; colonel; injured near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  2. Abramowicz Aleksander; lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  3. Adamski; officer cadet; injured in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  4. Albrychowicz; captain, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  5. Ancewicz-Karklin Wilhelm; warrant officer; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  6. Antoniewicz Lucjan Witold; captain; injured in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  7. Antonowicz Mikołaj; lieutenant colonel; injured in the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  8. Ańcuta Paweł; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  9. Arces Piotr; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 5 of 1905, January 15, 1905
  10. Arcimowicz Antoni; lieutenant; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  11. Arciszewski Kazimierz; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  12. Armuła Mikołaj; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  13. Awozonis Piotr; doctor; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  14. Azarewicz Bronisław; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  15. Babiński Icek; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; killed; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  16. Bacewicz Adolf Stanisław; lieutenant colonel; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  17. Badocha Józef; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  18. Bakalarz Jan; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  19. Bal Jakub; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace on January 15 at Siotajcy; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  20. Balicki Michał; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  21. Balik Jędrzej; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  22. Bałaza Franc.; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; musician; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  23. Bałaza Stanisław; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  24. Bańkowski Marcin; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured ath the battle of Salinpoc on February 17; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  25. Baran Antoni; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  26. Baranowski; midshipman, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  27. Barkowski Winc.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  28. Barzyłowicz; doctor, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  29. Baziur Antoni; 12th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; killed; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  30. Bąk Paweł; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  31. Bąk Wincenty; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Tawa on February 25; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  32. Bernat Jan; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private soldier; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  33. Białobrzeski, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  34. Białobrzewski Bazyli; lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  35. Białokoz Wacław; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  36. Białos Antoni; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  37. Biel Wincenty; injured; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 5 of 1905, January 15, 1905
  38. Bielas Walery; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; married; killed at Hanczepoo on February 22; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  39. Bielawski Maksymilian; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  40. Bielawski Witold; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  41. Bielewicz; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  42. Bieniecki Wiktor; injured near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  43. Bienieszewicz Arseniusz; lieutenant colonel; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  44. Bieńkowski Teodor; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace on February 25; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  45. Bigaj Piotr; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  46. Biliński Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  47. Billewicz; serviced in Port Artur; returned home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  48. Billewicz Juliusz; ensign of reserve; engineer; lost without trace in Port Artur; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 23 of 1905, March 19, 1905
  49. Biniewicz Maksymilian; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  50. Biskup Michał; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  51. Bitner Edmund; warrant officer; lost at the battlefield; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  52. Blitek Wojciech; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 5 of 1905, January 15, 1905
  53. Blutsztejn Mordka; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  54. Błażewski Jan; colonel; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  55. Bobrowski-Koralko Konstanty; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  56. Boglewski Antoni; killed or injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  57. Bogdanowski; cadet; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  58. Bogdanowski Stanisław; captain; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  59. Boglewski Antoni; captain; lost at the battlefield; Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  60. Bogucki Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  61. Boguszewski Wiktor; officer cadet; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  62. Bohdanowicz Józef; lieutenant colonel; injured near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  63. Bokszczanin; captain; wounded in the battle near Jantaj on August 20, 1904; source: Kraj No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  64. Boniecki Zygmunt; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  65. Boniecki Zygmunt; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  66. Borejszo; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  67. Borejsza Konstanty; captain; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  68. Boretti Jan; lieutenant colonel; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  69. Borewicz; wounded in elbow during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  70. Borewicz Henryk; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  71. Borkowski Antoni; captain; wounded in the battle of Bensichu, September 25-September 30, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  72. Borkowski Antoni; captain; wounded in the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  73. Borkowski Bolesław; second lieutenant; killed near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  74. Borodzicz; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  75. Borowski Ludwik; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  76. Bortaszewski Filip; second lieutenant; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  77. Bortaszyński Jan; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  78. Borysowlewicz Sreten; lightly injured, without leaving lines; lieutenant; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  79. Bosakiewicz Józef; warrant officer; 4th East-Siberian Division of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  80. Boye Hipolit; lieutenant colonel of artillery; awarded St. George Order of 4th degree after the battle of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  81. Branicki Jan; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  82. Bratman Abraham; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  83. Brlewo Kazimierz; cadet; lost on the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  84. Brojerski Ignacy; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  85. Broniuszyc-Recki Paweł; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  86. Broński Eustachy; lost on the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  87. Bruszyński; breveted to general mayor, head of 30st East Syberian Regiment; Kraj, No. 3/1905, February 3, 1905
  88. Brygała Marcin; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  89. Brylewski; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  90. Brylewski Roman; navy engineer; serviced in Port Artur; returned home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  91. Brynk Adolf; lieutenant colonel; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  92. Bryzik Jan; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Łobotaj on January 15, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  93. Bucki Piotr; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured near Juchuntun on February 22, 1905; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  94. Buczkowski Walenty; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  95. Bujewicz Józef; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  96. Burakowski Mikołaj; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  97. Burkardt Władysław; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  98. Bursztajn Jankiel; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  99. Burzyński Włodzimierz; warrant officer; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  100. Butkiewicz; midshipman, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  101. Byczkowski Wiktor; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  102. Byk Jan; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; junior non-com; injured on February 21; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  103. Bysiak Jacek; soldier of 10th Ingermanladznki Regiment of Infantry; injured during a battle of Laojan; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  104. Bysiak Jacek; soldier of 10th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; injured in a battle at the Szache River; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  105. Castellan Edward; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  106. Cendra Ludwik; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  107. Centrenbaum Mendel; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 5 of 1905, January 15, 1905
  108. Chajbula (?) Florian; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  109. Chandeles Chackel; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  110. Chaszkowski Karol; lieutenant; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  111. Chatym Piotr; killed; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  112. Cherlak Jośko; 235th Mceński Regiment of infantry; private; vanished without trace; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  113. Chęciński Chaim; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  114. Chojak Chimery (?); 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  115. Cholewo Józef; captain; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  116. Chorzewski Roman Gracjan; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  117. Chrucki Włodzimierz; lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  118. Chwistocki Piotr; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without a trace near Mukden on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  119. Ciechański Romuald; captain; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  120. Ciechonik Józef; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  121. Cierpicki; general; killed during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  122. Cierpicki Wincenty; general from Grodno Gubernya; inspector of hospitals; died from wounds in Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 50 of 1904; December 23, 1094
  123. Cierpisz Władysław; captain; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  124. Ciura Wład.; from Siedlce County; wounded on October 14, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  125. Cygankiewicz Jan; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  126. Czapko Antoni; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  127. Czasowiak Józef; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  128. Czechowicz Jan; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  129. Czekołowski Michał; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  130. Czerkawski Julian; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  131. Czerniak Jan; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured in the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  132. Czerwicki Jan; left at the battlefield; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  133. Czeski; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  134. Czeski Jan; warrant officer; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  135. Danziger Szaja; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; killed; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  136. Darewski Antoni; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  137. Dąbrowski Jakub; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  138. Dąbrowski Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  139. Dąbrowski Paweł; general major; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  140. Dąbrowski Rudolf; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  141. Dąbrowski Stanisław; captain; wounded in the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  142. Dąbrowski wiktor; captain; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  143. Dębno-Czajkowski Piotr; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  144. Dembowski August; captain; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  145. Dłuski Konstanty; captain; killed; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  146. Dłużewski; wounded in back during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  147. Dłużniewski Konstanty; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  148. Doboszyński Eugeniusz; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  149. Dobrowolski; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  150. Dobrowolski Apolinary; second lieutenant; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  151. Dobrowolski Zygmunt; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  152. Dobrzański; navy volunteer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  153. Dobrzański Stanisław; staff-captain; 15th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  154. Dobrzyński Izydor; colonel; sick after battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  155. Dobrzyński Ksawery; jen.-lejt.; injured near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  156. Dolecki; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  157. Doliński Izydor; lieutenant colonel; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  158. Dołgaracki Łukasz; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  159. Domański Franciszek; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  160. Domański Jarosław; captain; vanished without trace or captivated near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  161. Domiński; officer cadet; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  162. Domontowicz Jan; lieutenant colonel; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  163. Doros Piotr; 288th Kulikowski Regiment of infantry; private; injured at Sznalinee on October 1; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  164. Doroszewski Marceli; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  165. Dorożyński Józef; lieutenant; killed in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  166. Dowgird Stefan; lieutenant; wounded in the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  167. Downarowicz Włodzimierz; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  168. Drabik Łukasz; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private soldier; married; vanished without trace on March 5; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  169. Drozdowski Aleksander; captain; vanished without trace or captivated near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  170. Drusejko-Różewicz Wiktor; second lieutenant; killed near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  171. Dubicki; ship wright, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  172. Dudek Franciszek; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  173. Dudek Jan; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  174. Dunin; colonel; died from wounds during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  175. Dunin Adam; colonel of 5th Regiment; awarded golden saber after the battle of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  176. Duszkiewicz Aleksander; colonel; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  177. Dworzecki-Bogdanowicz; lieutenant; died during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  178. Dziadon Michał; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  179. Działszyński Konstanty; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  180. Dzianicki Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  181. Dziankowski Włodzimierz; captain; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  182. Dzierżak Kazimierz; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  183. Eiger Marian; military doctor in Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  184. Eismont; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  185. Ekk Karol; injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  186. Eliaszewicz Mikołaj; captain; injured in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  187. Fedorowicz; leutenant, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  188. Fertykowski, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  189. Ficyk Antoni; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  190. Filipowski Jan; lieutenant colonel; injured; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  191. Filippowski Jan; lieutenant colonel; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  192. Fink Jan; 99th Iwngrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; vanished without a trace near Juchuntun on February 22; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  193. Firsow Aleksy; injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  194. Foland Józef; lieutenant; left at the battlefield near Mukden wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  195. Foryś Antoni; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured at the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  196. Friedman Józef; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  197. Fryczyński Adolf; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  198. Fryjerman Chaim; 12th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; killed; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  199. Fugoty Art.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  200. Fürstenwald; warrant officer; injured during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  201. Gajewski Jan; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  202. Gałkowski Mikołaj; captain; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  203. Garnicki Kazimierz; lieutenant colonel; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  204. Gau Jan; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace in February; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  205. Gawdziński Aleksander; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  206. Gedrojć Michał; colonel; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  207. Gerbet Zysman; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  208. Ginej Adam, mariner serving on “Rurik” ship, died and was buried in Nagasaki; source: Kraj, No. 48 of 1904; December 9, 1904
  209. Glinka; serviced in Port Artur; returned home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  210. Glinka; navy engineer; slightly injured during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  211. Gliński Józef; jen-major.; injured near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  212. Gliński Józef; general; awarded order of St. Włodzimierz of the third level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  213. Gliński Mikołaj; general; awarded order of St. Stanisław of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  214. Gliński Stanisław; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  215. Gładko-Sacki Michał; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  216. Głowacz Jan; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17-26; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  217. Głuszek Walenty; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  218. Gola Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  219. Gold; breveted to general mayor, head of 20th East Syberian Regiment; Kraj, No. 3/1905, February 3, 1905
  220. Goldberg Josek; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  221. Goldsztejn Adam; injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  222. Gołębiowski Franc.; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  223. Gomóła Aleksander; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  224. Gomula Izydor; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  225. Gonczaryk Jakub; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  226. Gosiewski Henryk; captain; killed after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  227. Górecki Wincenty; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  228. Górnicki Michał; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  229. Górski Bronisław; captain; injured in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  230. Górski Gotfryd; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  231. Górski Gotfryd; captain; killed near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  232. Górski Jarosław; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  233. Górski Jarosław; lieutenant colonel; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  234. Górski Jerzy; second lieutenant; left at the battlefield near Mukden wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  235. Grabicza Antoni; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; married; killed on March 5; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  236. Grabowski Józef; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace in February; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  237. Grajek Karol; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  238. Granowski; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  239. Grinszpan Judka; 12th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; killed; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  240. Gromczyński Wojciech; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  241. Grozina Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  242. Groziński Konstanty; lieutenant colonel; killed; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 47 of 1904; December 2, 1904
  243. Gruca Kazimierz; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; bachelor; injured on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  244. Grudecki Kazimierz; freed from Japanese enslavement; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  245. Grudziński Ant.; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; feldfebel; married; vanished without a trace near Mukden on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  246. Gruszczuk Wawrz.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  247. Gruszczyński Ignacy; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured at the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Kielce disrict; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  248. Grygorowicz Józef; captain; 4th East-Siberian Division of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  249. Grzybowski Aleksander; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  250. Grzybowski Wojc.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  251. Gubaś Jakub; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  252. Gudszon Konstanty; second lieutenant; vanished without trace or captivated near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  253. Gumnicki Stanisław; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  254. Gunowski Winc.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  255. Gutman Icek; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  256. Gutowski Innocenty; senior doctor; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  257. Gwoździński Włodzimierz; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  258. Hajdkiewicz Grzegorz; captain; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  259. Halicki; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  260. Hałaburda Paweł; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  261. Hankiewicz; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  262. Harnysz Ludwik; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  263. Hatuński Michał; warrant officer, deputy; 16th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  264. Heppen Saturnin; captain; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  265. Herbowicz Moszek; 148th Kaspijski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured near Lodziatunon March 3; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  266. Hleb-Koszański; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  267. Hlebowicz-Połoński Jan; lieutenant colonel of artillery; awarded St. George Order of 4th degree after the battle of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  268. Hłasko; navy doctor, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  269. Hłasko Aleksander; general; awarded order of St. Anne of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  270. Hłasko Florian; senior doctor, serviced in Port Artur; left Shanghai and returned home through America; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  271. Hłasko Florian; senior doctor, serviced in Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  272. Hłasko Florian; senior doctor of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  273. Holsztejn Adam; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  274. Hołyński Andrzej; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  275. Honigman Izrael; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  276. Horbaczewski; ship wright, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  277. Horbaczewski Ambroży; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  278. Hordyński Michał; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  279. Hreczanowski Michał; warrant officer; 4th East-Siberian Division of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  280. Hryncewicz Jan; lieutenant; 14th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  281. Hryszkiewicz Edward; second lieutenant; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  282. Iwanowski Aleksander; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  283. Iwicki Jan; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  284. Jackowski Mikołaj; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  285. Jacyna Mikołaj; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  286. Jajczyk Jan; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; bachelor; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  287. Jakimowicz Wiktor; lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  288. Jaksa-Kwiatkowski Mieczysław; captain; died from wounds near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  289. Jakubowicz Hersz; 148th Kaspijski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace during battle at Chunche river between March 7 and March 14; Pńczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  290. Jakubowski; lieutenant; heavily injured during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  291. Jakubowski Jan; lieutenant; injured near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  292. Jakubowski Mikołaj; captain; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  293. Jałcewicz; navy official, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  294. Janas Paweł; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; killed at Hanczepoo on February 22; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  295. Janczes Andrzej; captain; wounded; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 47 of 1904; December 2, 1904
  296. Janczewski Aleksander; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  297. Janczewski Mikołaj; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  298. Janik Piotr; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  299. Janik Władysław; senior non-com; 10th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; bachelor; killed near Laojan; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  300. Jankiewicz; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  301. Janowski Wincenty; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace on February 25; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  302. Janus Walenty; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17-26; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  303. Jarnowiecki; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  304. Jaron Ignacy; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  305. Jarosiński Wincenty; 12th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; killed; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  306. Jarosz Piotr; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  307. Jaroszewski Franciszek; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  308. Jasiewicz Ignacy; lieutenant of 13th Regiment; awarded St. George Order of 4th degree after the battle of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  309. Jasiewicz Ignacy; lieutenant; 14th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  310. Jaskłowski Mikołaj; captain; killed after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  311. Jastrzębski Bronisław; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  312. Jefimeniuk Mateusz; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; married; vanished without trace on March 10; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  313. Jewalewicz Teodor; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  314. Jewniewicz Teodor; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  315. Jędrychowski Józef; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17-26; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  316. Jodko Edward; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  317. Jodko Piotr; lieutenant; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  318. Jordan Mikołaj; lieutenant; left at the battlefield after the battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  319. Judycki Mikołaj; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  320. Judzienicz Mikołaj; colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  321. Jurjew Mikołaj; injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  322. Jurkiewicz Michał; lieutenant colonel; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  323. Jurkiewicz Michał; lieutenant colonel; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  324. Jurkiewicz Mikołaj; captain; injured in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  325. Juszkiewicz Józef; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  326. Juszyński Antoni; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  327. Kaczmarek Kaz.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  328. Kaczur Piotr; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  329. Kaczyński Bolesław; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  330. Kaleta Wojciech; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured at the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  331. Kalita Antoni; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  332. Kamieniec Robert; warrant officer; left at the battlefield near Mukden wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  333. Kamieński; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  334. Kamieński; navy engineer; serviced in Port Artur; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  335. Kamiński; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  336. Kamiński Antoni; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  337. Kamiński Karol; lieutenant colonel; injured during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  338. Kampioni Paweł; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  339. Karaniewski Wiktor; freed from Japanese enslavement; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  340. Karcz Wawrzyniec; killed; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 5 of 1905, January 15, 1905
  341. Kardaszewski Eugeniusz; captain; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  342. Karłowicz Józef; captain; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  343. Kastellaz Edward; injured, without leaving lines; colonel; commander 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  344. Kasza Jakub; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  345. Kasza Walenty; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  346. Kaszewski Ignacy; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  347. Kaufman Lejzor; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; Chmielnik; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  348. Kazimirski Mikołaj; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  349. Kefeli; doctor, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  350. Kędzierski Józef; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured at the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  351. Kierkowski Jan; injured; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  352. Kietliński Władysław; warrant officer; left at the battlefield near Mukden wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  353. Klepacki Wiktor; second lieutenant; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  354. Klepacz Franc.; 137th Nieżyński regiment; non-com senior; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  355. Klim Jan; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  356. Klimaszewski Józef; captain; wounded; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 47 of 1904; December 2, 1904
  357. Klimaszewski Józef; lieutenant; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  358. Klimowicz Aleksander; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  359. Klinik Stanisław; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  360. Kluczewski Jan; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  361. Kluczewski Marcin; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  362. Klupa Wojciech; 15th Wielkołucki regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  363. Kłębowski Napoleon; captain; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  364. Kłębowski Władysław; colonel; commandant of Tambowski regiment; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  365. Kłoczkowski Stanisław; warrant officer; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  366. Kneler Abram; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  367. Knysz Jan; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  368. Kochen Lejzor; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace on February 19; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  369. Kociubiński; navy official, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  370. Koczerzyński; second lieutenant; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  371. Kojrowicz Jan; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  372. Kolumna-Hattowski Mieczysław; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  373. Kołakowski; doctor in one of the military hospitals near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  374. Kołodziejczyk Włodzimierz; on June 15, 1904 injured in a battle of Wafanopen; Regiment No. 2 of East Siberian Rifflemen; Bodzentyn community; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 78 of 1904, October 12, 1904
  375. Komorowski Mikołaj; warrant officer; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  376. Komuba Wincenty; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  377. Kondera Stanisław; senior non-com; 10th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; injured near Laojan; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  378. Kondracki; navy official, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  379. Kondracki Konstanty; colonel; killed near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  380. Kondratowicz Cyprian; general; awarded order of St. Stanisław of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  381. Koprowicz Paweł; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  382. Kopytko Eugeniusz; lieutenant; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  383. Korasiewicz Michał; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  384. Korczyc Bronisław; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  385. Kordas Kazimierz; killed; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  386. Kordecki Julian; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  387. Koreluch Andrzej; 219th Juchnowski Regiment of infantry; private; vanished without trace at Sachepoo on February 17; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  388. Korn Kazimierz; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  389. Korniewski Andrzej; lieutenant colonel; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  390. Korol Józef; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  391. Korpisz Franc.; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; injured on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  392. Korsak Michał; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  393. Korzun; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  394. Korzun; officer cadet; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  395. Kosagowski Michał; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  396. Kossowicz; captain, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  397. Kossowicz; general major; injured in one of the battles between September 11-September 23, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  398. Kossowicz Leon; general; awarded order of St. Anne of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  399. Kossowski; officer; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  400. Kossowski Aleksander; lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  401. Kotowicz Aleksander; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  402. Kowalczyk Antoni; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  403. Kowalewski; navy doctor, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  404. Kowalewski; leutenant, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  405. Kowalik Franciszek; junior non-com; 10th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; injured during a battle at the Szache River; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  406. Kowalik Tomasz; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace on February 20; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  407. Kowalski Józef; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; non-com junior; bachelor; killed at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  408. Koweski Eustachy; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  409. Koza Józef; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; injured in the battle at Salinpoc on February 18; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  410. Kozak Franciszek; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  411. Kozicki Włodzimierz; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  412. Kozielski Michał; officer cadet; injured after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  413. Kozieł Łukasz; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  414. Kozierowski; navy engineer; serviced in Port Artur; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  415. Kozierowski Daniel; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  416. Kozłowski Piotr; second lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  417. Kozłowski Wincenty; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  418. Kozyra Franc.; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  419. Kożuchowski Franciszek; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  420. Kragielski; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  421. Krajewski Michał; colonel; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  422. Krasiński, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  423. Krasnołęski Paweł; lieutenant colonel; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  424. Krasowski; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  425. Krasowski; serviced in Port Artur; returned home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  426. Krassowski; officer cadet; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  427. Krauze Ludwik; lieutenant from Warsaw; in Japanese enslavement; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  428. Krawczyk Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  429. Krawotyński Jan; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  430. Król Antoni; 213th Orowajski Regiment of infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Hosiatuń on February 24; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  431. Krulicki Jędrzej; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; vanished without a trace; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  432. Kruszec Wojciech; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; married; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  433. Krynicki Jan; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  434. Krynicki Mikołaj; colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  435. Krzemiński Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injnured at Tawa on February 25; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  436. Krześlica Stanisław; injured, in Japanese captivity; soldier of 121st Regiment of Infantry; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  437. Krzewicki; captain; injured in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  438. Krzyszkiewicz Jakub; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  439. Krzysztofczyk Józef; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; bachelor; killed at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  440. Krzysztofik Wojciech; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private soldier; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  441. Krzywda Maciej; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  442. Krzywda Stanisł.; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  443. Krzywiec; doctor; slightly injured during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  444. Kucharewicz Stanisław; captain; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  445. Kucznow Semen; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; non-com junior; married; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  446. Kuczuk Koronat; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  447. Kuczyński; captain; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  448. Kuczyński; student of University in Petersburg; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  449. Kuczyński Konstanty; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  450. Kudrewicz Marian; captain from Wilno (Vilnius); in Japanese enslavement; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  451. Kukułka Jakub; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; married; injured at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  452. Kulesz Wacław; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  453. Kulesza; captain of artillery from Biała; wounded near Mukden in abdomen, died soon; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  454. Kulikowski Włodzimierz; lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  455. Kuncewicz Walery; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  456. Kurch Jakub; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  457. Kurkowski; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  458. Kurkowski Ferdynand; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  459. Kuryło Antoni; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  460. Kuźmicki Piotr; lieutenant colonel; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  461. Kwapiszewski Jerzy; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  462. Kwiatek Maciej; killed during a battle of Wafanopen on June 15, 1904; Daleszyce community; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 78 of 1904, October 12, 1904
  463. Kwietol Franc.; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; junior non-com; bachelor; injured on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  464. Kwinto; wounded in hand during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  465. Laskowski; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  466. Laskowski; second lieutenant; killed during 19-days seige of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  467. Laskowski Jan; captain; died from wounds near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  468. Lassotowicz Władysław; captain; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  469. Laszczyk Seweryn; lieutenant; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  470. Latalski Antoni; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  471. Lenartowicz; warrant officer; wounded in hand during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  472. Lenartowicz Ryszard; warrant officer; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  473. Lepeszyński Mikołaj; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  474. Leszczyński Aleksander; lieutenant; left at the battlefield near Mukden wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  475. Leszczyński Wacław; injured in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  476. Lewandowski, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  477. Lewestam Michał; general; awarded order of St. Anne of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  478. Lewicki Piotr; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  479. Leżyński Jan; captain; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  480. Librecht Karol; second lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  481. Lichosiek Mich.; soldier at “Rurik” ship sunk by Japanese Army; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  482. Ligawiec Ignacy; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  483. Liniewicz Michał; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  484. Lisowski Feliks; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; injured on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  485. Listowski Mikołaj; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  486. Litwiński Michał; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  487. Luskino Ksawery; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  488. Łagoda; officer cadet; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  489. Łakomy Jan; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  490. Łankowski Wacław; lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  491. Łapczyński Aleks.; injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  492. Łaski; breveted to general mayor, head of 21st East Syberian Regiment; Kraj, No. 3 of 1905, February 3, 1905
  493. Łaszkiewicz; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  494. Ławrynowicz Konstanty; captain; died from wounds after the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  495. Łazarkiewicz Mikołaj; second lieutenant; lost at the battlefield; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  496. Łomikowski Konstanty; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  497. Łopski Kazimierz; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  498. Łowicki Jan; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  499. Łuczyński Jan; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  500. Łudzik Paweł; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace on February 19; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  501. Łukaszewski; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  502. Łukomski Michał; captain; killed near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  503. Łupczyński Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  504. Łuskino Apollo; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  505. Łuszczewski Lucjan; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  506. Machtinger Mejer; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  507. Machtynger Moszek; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Łobotaj on January 15, 1905; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  508. Maciejowicz Mieczysław; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  509. Maciuk Dom.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  510. Macuniewicz Apollo; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  511. Madej; officer cadet; left on the battlefield after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  512. Madejada Wojciech; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  513. Maj Piotr; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; married; injured near Juchuntun on Februaury 22; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  514. Maj Majewski Wiktor; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  515. Majdecki Bolesław; lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  516. Majewski Aleksander Bronisław; captain; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  517. Majewski Kazimierz; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  518. Majewski Włodzimierz; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  519. Makowiecki Sylwester; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  520. Makowiecki Sylwester; captain; injured in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  521. Makucha Piotr; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  522. Malczarak Jan; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  523. Malewicz; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  524. Malinowski Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  525. Malinowski Aleksander; lieutenant; 14th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  526. Malinowski Aleksander; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  527. Malinowski Antoni; warrant officer; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  528. Malinowski Jakub; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; killed; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  529. Maliński Stanisław; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  530. Maliszewski Kazimierz; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  531. Małachowski, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  532. Manicki Mikołaj; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished withou trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  533. Mańkowski Antoni; senior captain; killed on November 18, 1904 near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 48 of 1904; December 9, 1904
  534. Marcinkowski Wawrzyniec; left at the battlefield; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  535. Marewski; navy official, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  536. Margiewicz Kazim.; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  537. Martyniewski Albert; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  538. Martynow; breveted to general mayor, head of Zurajski Regiment; Kraj, No. 3/1905, February 3, 1905
  539. Martynus Filip; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  540. Maryn Mikołaj; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  541. Masajada Piotr; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; bachelor; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  542. Masalski Eugeniusz; lieutenant colonel; prince; injured during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  543. Massalski Eugeniusz; prince; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  544. Matjasewicz Michał; lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  545. Matulak Stanisław; 12th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; killed; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  546. Matusiewicz Baltazar; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  547. Matyasz Piotr; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; married; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  548. Matyj Tomasz; 219th Juchnowski Regiment of infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Sachepoo on February 18; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  549. Matyjewicz-Maciejewicz Ludwik; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  550. Menard Lewis; lieutenant; left at the battlefield after the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  551. Mendelewicz Mojżesz; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  552. Meszerman Icek; soldier of 10th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; injured in a battle at the Szache River; Olkusz disrict; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  553. Metzner Alfred; second lieutenant; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  554. Mędrek Michał; injured, in Japanese captivity; soldier of 121st Regiment of Infantry; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  555. Michalewski Aleksander; died from injuries; source: Kraj, No 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  556. Michalski Franciszek; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  557. Mierkowski Mieczysław; second lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  558. Miernik Jan; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  559. Migurski; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  560. Mikłaszewski Aleksander; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  561. Mikszysz; priest; buried body of general Rutkowski after Laojan battle; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 47 of 1904; December 2, 1904
  562. Milkowski Aleksander; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  563. Miłkowski Andrzej; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  564. Miłosik Jan; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  565. Misiewicz Kazimierz Witold; colonel; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  566. Misiura Andrzej; staff-captain; 15th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  567. Misz Kazimierz; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkussz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  568. Młodzianowski Elizeusz; warrant officer; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  569. Młodzianowski Emil; warrant officer; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  570. Mojkowski Henryk; wounded; source: Kraj No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  571. Mojkowski Paweł; staff-captain; 14th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  572. Mol Sidor; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured in the battle of Juchuntun on February 22; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  573. Moldenhawer Konstanty; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  574. Molęda Jędrzej; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  575. Morozowicz Paweł; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  576. Moskwa Stanisław; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  577. Mościński; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  578. Mrozowski; general major; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  579. Mrozowski; general major; wounded in one of the battles between September 11-September 23, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  580. Mucharski; treasurer of kwantunski artillery; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  581. Mucharski Aleksander; colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  582. Mucharski Aleksander; lieutenant colonel; injured during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  583. Mucharski Wład.; lieutenant colonel; wounded in hand in a battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  584. Mucharski Władysław; lieutenant colonel; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  585. Mudrowicz Ludwik; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  586. Muraszek Leonard; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; bachelor; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  587. Muraszko; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  588. Murowicki Aleksander; second lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  589. Mużarowski Piotr; lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  590. Nagórski Franciszek Urban; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  591. Nagrodzki Konstanty; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  592. Nawrocki Michał; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  593. Nazarewski; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  594. Necki Włodzimierz; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  595. Negowski Mikołaj; lieutenant; left at the battlefield after the battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  596. Niehrebiecki Kazimierz; second lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  597. Nikołajew Włodzimierz; lightly injured, without leaving lines; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  598. Nocon Marcin; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  599. Nocuł Bartłomiej; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  600. Norkiewicz; navy volunteer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  601. Nosowicz; navy engineer; died during Port Artur battle while bringing up mines; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  602. Nowak Józef; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  603. Nowak Stanisław; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  604. Nowicki Jan; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 9/10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  605. Nowicki Jan; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  606. Nowicki Kazimierz; captain; vanished without trace or captivated near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  607. Nowogrodzki Stanisław; warrant officer; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  608. Nusynowicz Jakiel; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  609. Obora Józef; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; killed at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  610. Odyniec Wincenty; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  611. Oganowski; injured in one of the battles between September 11-September 23, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  612. Ogiński Ludwik; freed from Japanese enslavement; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  613. Okulicz Stanisław; general; awarded order of St. Stanisław of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  614. Okulicz-Kozaryn Wiktor; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  615. Olechnowicz Konstanty; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  616. Olechnowicz Włodzimierz; second lieutenant; killed after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  617. Olędzki Ludwik; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  618. Olszak Wincenty; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured near Juchuntun on February 22; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  619. Olszewski; warrant officer; suffering from neurasthenia after the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  620. Olszewski Eugeniusz; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  621. Ołtarzewski Stefan; second lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  622. Onacewicz; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  623. Ososko Nikodem; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  624. Onoszko Bolesław; lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  625. Opacki; captain, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  626. Opara Wincenty; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  627. Opolski Kazimierz; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace on February 20; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  628. Orliński Andrzej; officer cadet; died from injuries; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  629. Orłowski; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  630. Orman Michał; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  631. Ostapowicz Kazimierz; lieutenant; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  632. Ostaszkiewicz Włodzimierz; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  633. Ostrowski Edward Konstanty; died in Japanese captivity in Laojan, as a result of injuries at the Sandepo battle on January 2, 1905; spare cadet of 6th Regiment of Rifflemen; finished middle school in Kielce; son of Józef and Leokadia nee Dobrowolska; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  634. Ostrowski Jan; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  635. Ostrowski Józef; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  636. Ostrykowski Antoni; second lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  637. Oszak (?) Jędrzej; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  638. Ożyźniewski Konstanty; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  639. Ożyźniewski Michał; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  640. Ożyźniewski Michał; captain; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  641. Paderewski Mikołaj; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  642. Palczewski; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  643. Palczewski Jakub; lieutenant; died from wounds after at the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  644. Palojtis Jan; officer cadet; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  645. Panczyk Mikołaj; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; married; killed at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  646. Pańkowski; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  647. Papiesz Mateusz; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  648. Parczewski Mikołaj; warrant officer; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  649. Parizer Judko; musician; 9th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; injured in a battle near Siaodonta village; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  650. Pastuchowski Rafał; warrant officer; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  651. Paszuto; second lieutenant; left at the battlefield after the battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  652. Patrykowski Aleksander; lieutenant colonel; wounded in the battle of Bensichu, September 25-September 30, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  653. Patrykowski Aleksander; lieutenant colonel; wounded in the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  654. Pawlik Andrzej; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; killed on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  655. Pawłowski; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  656. Pawłowski Eugeniusz; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  657. Perdzyński; warrant officer; suffering from fever after the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  658. Perek Michał; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  659. Perlik Jan; captain; wounded in the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  660. Petrow Aleksander; injured, without leaving lines; general major; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  661. Petuła Piotr; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured in the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  662. Pewny Apolinary; second lieutenant; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  663. Pęciak Michał; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  664. Pieńkowski; wounded in neck during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  665. Pieńkowski Julian; lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  666. Pierzchalski Franc.; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; bachelor; injured in the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  667. Pietkiewicz Julian; captain of 35th Infantry Regiment, in Japanese slavery, very ill; source: Kraj, No. 51 of 1904; December 31, 1904
  668. Pietkiewicz Julian; captain; left at the battlefield after the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  669. Piętko Bolesław Julian; lieutenant colonel; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  670. Piłsudzki; midshipman, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  671. Piński Michał; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  672. Piotrowicz Stanisł.; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; bachelor; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  673. Piotrowski Jan; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  674. Piotrowski Konstanty; captain; left at the battlefield near Mukden wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  675. Piotrowski Michał; lieutenant; injured in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  676. Piotrowski Mikołaj; captain; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  677. Plotuch Ignacy; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  678. Pławiński; navy official, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  679. Pobojewski Wacław; lieutenant colonel; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  680. Pobukowski Konstanty; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  681. Pocun Franc.; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; bachelor; injured on March 10; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  682. Podernia Grzegorz; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  683. Podgórski; leutenant, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  684. Podgórski Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; non-com senior; married; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  685. Podgórski Michał; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  686. Podgórski Mikołaj; lieutenant; awarded order of St. George of 4th rank for his warriorhood during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  687. Podstanecki Wiktor; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  688. Podychowicz Wincenty; 97th Inflancki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured at Juchatuń villlage on March 7; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  689. Podziemski Zygmunt; doctor; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  690. Pogorzelski Aleksander; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  691. Pohoski Stanisław; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  692. Pohoski Stanisław; captain; injured in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  693. Poklewski-Koziełł Włodz.; captain; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  694. Polakow Teodor; killed or injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  695. Poletyłło; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  696. Polukarow Władysław; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  697. Pomeranc Josek; 11th Regiment of Infantry; lost without trace; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  698. Pomeranc Josek; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  699. Popławski; ship wright, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  700. Popławski Eliasz; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  701. Popławski Michał; lieutenant; killed near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  702. Porcz Michał; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  703. Porębski Kazimierz; lieutenant from Nowik ship sunk near Sachalin; awarded order of St. George of the fourth level; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  704. Porfianowicz Ignacy; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  705. Posławski Apollo; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  706. Potera Antoni; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  707. Powerzak Józef; lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  708. Półka Jan; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  709. Prędki Franciszek; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Łabotaj on January 15; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  710. Protasiewicz; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  711. Protasiewicz Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  712. Prozorkiewicz Wiktor; lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  713. Prusiewicz Zygmunt; captain; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  714. Pruszewski Aleksander; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  715. Pruszewski Karol; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  716. Przewysz-Kwinto Felicjan; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  717. Przezdziecki Mieczysław; captain; left at the battle near Szache, killed; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  718. Przeździecki Aleksander; captain; vanished without trace or captivated near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  719. Przeździecki Wacław; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  720. Przeździecki Wacław; captain; left at the battlefield after the battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  721. Przybielak Stanisław; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  722. Puty Jakub; on June 15, 1904 injured in a battle of Wafaugon; Regiment No. 139 of Morszanski Infantry; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 78 of 1904, October 12, 1904
  723. Pyrowicz Adam; captain; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  724. Pytel Andrzej; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  725. Pyżewski Michał; captain; in hospital in Charbin; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  726. Raczko; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  727. Raczyński Michał; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  728. Radecki; lieutenant colonel; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  729. Raduszkiewicz Michał; captain; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  730. Radziwiłł; lieutenant; slinked to Port Artur and then returned to Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  731. Radziwiłł Stan.; warrrant officer of Nerczyński regiment of general Liniewicz army; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  732. Rafalski; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  733. Rakowski Czesław; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  734. Rafałowicz; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  735. Rajewski Mikołaj; captain; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  736. Ralcewicz Mikołaj; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  737. Rams Jan; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  738. Raszewski; lieutenant colonel; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  739. Ratajski ALeksander; lieutenant colonel; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  740. Rauze Ignacy; second lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  741. Rawwa Mikołaj; staff-captain; in Japanese enslavement; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  742. Rejmers Emil; warrant officer; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  743. Reszczyński Seweryn; officer cadet; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  744. Reut Antoni; lieutenant colonel; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  745. Reutt Piotr; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  746. Rodziewicz Eugeniusz; sublieutenant; killed on November 18, 1904 near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 48 of 1904; December 9, 1904
  747. Rogaczek Mateusz; 288th Kulikowski Regiment of infantry; private; injured at Sznalinee on October 1st; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  748. Rogowski Antoni; ensign of artillery; in Japanese enslavement; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  749. Rogoziński Michał; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  750. Rojewski Antoni; lieutenant colonel; in Japanese enslavement; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  751. Rokicki; navy doctor, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  752. Rokicki; doctor, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  753. Romankowski Berek; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  754. Romanowski Mikołaj; awarded St. George Order of 4th degree after the battle of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  755. Romanowski; lieutenant colonel; wounded during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  756. Romanowski Stanisław; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  757. Romanowski Teofil; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; killed; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  758. Romanowski Włodzimierz; captain; injured near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  759. Romańczuk Antoni; second lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  760. Romejko Jan; officer cadet; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  761. Rosenblum Berek; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Chmielnik; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  762. Rozenblat Lewin; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  763. Roznatowski; general; died from wounds during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  764. Rożański Stanisław; captain of 13th Regiment; awarded St. George Order of 4th degree after the battle of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  765. Rózga Wawrzyniec; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  766. Różycki Antoni; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  767. Rumiewski Leopold; lieutenant colonel; killed near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  768. Rusin Paweł; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  769. Rutkowski; general; killed during Laojan battle; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 47 of 1904; December 2, 1904
  770. Rutkowski; general major; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  771. Rutkowski; general major; killed in one of the battles between September 11-September 23, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  772. Rutkowski Józef; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  773. Rychter Szmul; soldier of 10th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; killed at the Szache River; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  774. Rycki Stanisław; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  775. Rymaszewski Seweryn; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  776. Rynejski Adam; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  777. Rzepka Józef; vanished without trace; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  778. Rześniowiecki; breveted to general mayor, head of Woronezki Regiment; Kraj, No. 3/1905, February 3, 1905
  779. Sacko Jan; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  780. Sadowski; lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  781. Sadowski Antoni; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  782. Sakiewicz Antoni; captain; wounded during inspection of front guards during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  783. Sakolis Stanisław; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  784. Sambór Jan; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17-26; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  785. Sandecki; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  786. Sarecki Franc.; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; bachelor; injured on March 10; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  787. Satyra Stanisław; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  788. Sawicki; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  789. Sawicki; colonel; wounded during Port Artur battle; source: Kraj, No. 52 of 1904, January 6, 1905
  790. Sawicki Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  791. Sawicki Eugeniusz; lieutenant; 14th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  792. Sawicki Józef; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  793. Sawicki Michał; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  794. Sawicki Mikołaj; ensign; wounded in the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  795. Sawicki Wincenty; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  796. Sawiński; leutenant, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  797. Sądag Antoni; lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  798. Seda Piotr; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  799. Serwiróg Wiktor; second lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  800. Scigaj Wawrz.; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; senior non-com; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  801. Siarka Jakub; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; senior non-com; bachelor; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  802. Siedlnicki; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  803. Sielawa Jakub; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  804. Siemieniec Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  805. Sienkiewicz; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  806. Sikora Jan; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private soldier; married; vanished without trace on March 9/10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  807. Sikora Wincenty; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  808. Sipajło; lieutenant, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  809. Sitarski Julj.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  810. Siuzek Gustaw; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  811. Siwicki Mieczysław; colonel; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  812. Skalski Kacper; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; married; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  813. Skiba Józef; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  814. Skorotkiewicz Kazimierz; captain; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  815. Skowroński Józef; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  816. Skowroński Piotr; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; killed; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  817. Skrzypczyk Stanisław; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  818. Skrzypik Franciszek; injured; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 5 of 1905, January 15, 1905
  819. Skrzyszewski Mieczysław; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  820. Skulski Eugeniusz; warrant officer; vanished without trace or captivated near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  821. Sleszyński Eugeniusz; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  822. Sławiński Franciszek; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  823. Sławoczyński Adam; colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  824. Słowaczyński Adam; colonel; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  825. Smoleński Jan; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  826. Snarowski Włodzimierz; lieutenant; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  827. Sobicki Jan; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; killed; Stopnica; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  828. Sobiecki Bronisław; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905, February 17, 1905
  829. Sobieski Włodzimierz; lieutenant; killed near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  830. Sobieszczański Piotr; lieutenant; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  831. Sobolew Sergiusz; killed or injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  832. Sobolewski Aleksander; lieutenant; left at the battlefield after the battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  833. Sokołowski; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  834. Sokołowski Edward; captain; injured near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  835. Solarski; officer; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  836. Sołtys Grzeg.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  837. Spisowski; navy volunteer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  838. Srebnicki Narcyz; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  839. Sroka Jan; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace in the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  840. Stackiewicz Aleksy; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  841. Stanek Ignacy; 98th Juriewski Regiment of Infantry; senior non-com; married; injured at the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  842. Stanisławski Jan; lieutenant colonel; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  843. Stankiewicz; second lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  844. Stankiewicz Zygmunt; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  845. Starycyn Michał; killed or injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  846. Staworyc Aleksander; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  847. Stefanowicz; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  848. Stefanowicz Kazimierz; captain; injured after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  849. Stelmak Stefan; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 5 of 1905, January 15, 1905
  850. Stelnicki Stanisław; colonel; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  851. Stępniewski; officer; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  852. Stocki Bohdan; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  853. Stryżewski Jan; captain; killed after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  854. Styczyński Paweł; lieutenant; killed; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905, February 17, 1905
  855. Suchanow Borys; injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  856. Suchojad Stanisław; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  857. Suczawa-Doszczyński Jan; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  858. Suligowski Jan; captain; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  859. Suligowski Jan; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  860. Sulkowski Leon; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; junior non-com; married; injured in the battle of Salinpoc on February; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  861. Suszczyński; navy official, serviced in Port Artur; returning home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  862. Suszyński; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  863. Sutocki Mikołaj; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  864. Swita Stanisław; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  865. Syczewski; breveted to general mayor, head of 10th East Syberian Regiment; Kraj, No. 3/1905, February 3, 1905
  866. Syryński Stanisław; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  867. Szajer Enoch; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  868. Szantyr Czesław Wiktor; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  869. Szantyr Wiktor; second lieutenant; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  870. Szata Mikołaj; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; senior non-com; married; injured in the battle of Salinpoc on February 18; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  871. Szatkowski Aleksander; captain; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  872. Szczepiński; officer cadet; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  873. Szczerba Antoni; injured; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  874. Szczęsnowicz; captain, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  875. Szestkiewicz Jan; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  876. Szkurko Piotr; second lieutenant; injured during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  877. Szlązak Jakub; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; senior non-com; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  878. Szlązak Wojciech; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  879. Szmidt Franc.; injured; lieutenant colonel; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  880. Szota Jan; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  881. Sztuchlik Franciszek; left at the battlefield; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  882. Szulcman Chaim; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  883. Szwarc Marian; doctor; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  884. Szwarcbaum Icek; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; killed; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  885. Szwec Józ.; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  886. Szydłowski Chackel; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  887. Szylejko Adolf; general; awarded order of St. Anne of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  888. Szymanowski; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  889. Szymański Mikołaj; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  890. Szymański Mikołaj; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  891. Szymański Włodzimierz; lieutenant; killed; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  892. Szyszko Wacław; officer cadet; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  893. Szyszkowski Konrad; general; awarded order of St. Anne of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  894. Śliwakowski Kazimierz; 12th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; killed; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  895. Śliwinski Jan; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  896. Śliz Piotr; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  897. Śmietanka-Kulczycki Stanisław; captain; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  898. Światopełk-Mirski Adam; prince; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  899. Światopołk-Mirski Adam; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  900. Święcicki Ignacy; lieutenant colonel; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  901. Święcicki Piotr; second lieutenant; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  902. Świrski; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  903. Tabaka Jacenty; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  904. Taradkiewicz Antoni; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  905. Tarankiewicz Stanisław; second lieutenant; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  906. Tarasiewicz Modest; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  907. Tarło Paweł; lieutenant colonel; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  908. Tarło Paweł; lieutenant colonel; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  909. Tarnowski; captain; left on the battlefield after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  910. Tarnowski Bolesław; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  911. Telenko Walenty; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  912. Terpiłowski; wounded in both hips during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  913. Terpiłowski Feliks; general; awarded order of St. Stanisław of the first level with swords for gallantry in fights against Japaneses in Manchuria; source: Kraj, No. 49 of 1904; December 16, 1904
  914. Terpiłowski Paweł; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  915. Tobolski Adam; rank-and-file soldier; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  916. Tołłoczko Mikołaj; captain; killed near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  917. Tomaszewicz; second lieutenant; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  918. Tomaszewski Józef; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  919. Tomczyk Jakub; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  920. Tomme Wiktor; lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  921. Tosiczek Jakub; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17-26; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  922. Tracz Franc.; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  923. Traub Melek; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  924. Treszyński Mateusz; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  925. Trochimowicz; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  926. Truskolaski Gustaw; captain; killed; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  927. Trykowski; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  928. Trzebalski Józef; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  929. Tucewicz Antoni; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  930. Tyczyński Franciszek; lieutenant colonel; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  931. Tyczyński Ignacy; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  932. Tyszkiewicz Alfred; owner of Birże; volunteer soldier of horse-drawn artillery; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  933. Tyszkiewicz Kazimierz; lieutenant colonel of 14th East Siberian Regiment; awarded St. George Order of 4th degree after the battle of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  934. Ulanowski; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  935. Ulanowski Aleksander; second lieutenant; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  936. Umiastowski Bazyli; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  937. Wadyr Ignacy; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace on February 25; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  938. Wajnerowski Jan; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  939. Wajnsztok Szlama; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  940. Wajzwal Hersz; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  941. Walenkiewicz Adam; injured; in Japanese captivity; soldier of 123th Regiment of Infantry; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  942. Waliński Eugeniusz; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  943. Walkowski; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  944. Wałużynicz Eugeniusz; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  945. Wankiewicz Paweł; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  946. Wańkiewicz Albert; second lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  947. Wańkowski; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  948. Warszawiec Jan; lieutenant; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  949. Wasilewski; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  950. Wasilewski Władysław; colonel; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  951. Waśkiewicz Bolesław; second lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  952. Waśkowski Jan; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  953. Wawern Aleksander; captain; wounded in the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 46 of 1904; November 25, 1904
  954. Wąs Adam; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured near Juchuntun on February 22; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  955. Wejtko; navy engineer; serviced in Port Artur; in Japanese captivity; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  956. Wernerowicz Leon; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; killed on March 10; private soldier; married; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  957. Weryho Leon; captain; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  958. Węgliński Michał; captain; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  959. Widłak Wincenty; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hanczepoo on February 22; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  960. Wiecha Michał; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  961. Wieczorek Marek; killed; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  962. Wiejacha Łukasz; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; killed at Hanczepoo on February 22; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  963. Wielhorski Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  964. Wieliczko Jan; captain; killed near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  965. Wielopolski Alfred; officer; left to the war area; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  966. Wierzbicki Antoni; captain; wounded in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  967. Wieszczycki; midshipman, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  968. Wiktorowicz Aleksander; senior doctor; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  969. Wilek Florian; 122nd Tambowski Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace on February 25; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 17 of 1906, February 28, 1906
  970. Wileński Aleksander; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  971. Wiliński Aleksander; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  972. Wilkowski; warrant officer; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  973. Winiarski; officer; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  974. Wiszniewski Aleksander; lieutenant; lost at the battlefield; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  975. Wiszniewski Aleks.; killed or injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  976. Wiszniewski Piotr; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  977. Witecha Wincenty; killed, Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  978. Witkowski M.; doctor from Humań in Kijowska Gubernja; fought in th battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  979. Wnuk Szmul; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  980. Wodecki; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  981. Wodecki Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace at Tawa on February 25; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  982. Wodzicki Stefan; colonel; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  983. Wojciechowski Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  984. Wojciechowski Jan; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Tawa on February 25; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  985. Wojdat Józef; 137th Nieżyński regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  986. Wojewał Szmul; soldier of 10th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; injured in a battle at the Szache River; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  987. Wojno-Orański Wincenty; lieutenant colonel; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  988. Wojszczyk Jan; left at the battlefield; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  989. Wojtkiewicz Roman; captain; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  990. Wojtko; navy engineer, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  991. Wojtygo Jan; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  992. Wokulski Piotr; colonel; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  993. Wolański Felicjan; captain; wounded in hand in a battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  994. Wolański Leonard; captain; suffering from neurasthenia after the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  995. Wolański Leonard; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  996. Wolhmerman Chaim; 100th Ostrowski Regiment of infantry; private; vanished without trace at Juchatuń on February 22; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  997. Wolski Antoni; captain; killed in battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  998. Wołczkiewicz; officer cadet; killed; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  999. Wołkow Włodzim.; killed or injured; captain; 6th Regiment of Rifflemen from Kielce; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1905, February 20, 1905
  1000. Wołłowicz Dionizy; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  1001. Woronowicz Franciszek; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  1002. Woskołowicz Maciej; warrant officer, deputy; 16th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  1003. Wójcik Jakub; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  1004. Wroniszewski Kajetan; his letter from battlefield was printed in Goniec Łódzki; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  1005. Wróbel Jakub; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  1006. Wróbel Wojciech; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; killed at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  1007. Wróblewski; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  1008. Wróblewski Aleksander; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  1009. Wyrodek Jakub; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; vanished without trace at Mukden between February 17 and February 26, 1905; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  1010. Wyrzykowski; priest; chaplain of the manchurian army; source: Kraj, No. 48 of 1904; December 9, 1904
  1011. Wyrzykowski; priest; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  1012. Wyrzykowski Józef; captain; left at the battlefield after the battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  1013. Wyrzykowski Wacław; priest; buried body of general Rutkowski after Laojan battle; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 47 of 1904; December 2, 1904
  1014. Wysocki Aleksander; captain; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  1015. Wyszkowski; warrant officer; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  1016. Zabawski Eugeniusz; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  1017. Zaborowski; ship wright, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  1018. Zaborowski; serviced in Port Artur; returned home; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  1019. Zaborowski Adam; warrant officer; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  1020. Zachacz Marcin; 99th Iwangrodzki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 15 of 1906, February 21, 1906
  1021. Zagdański Kazimierz; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; injured at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  1022. Zając Ludwik; 121th Penzeński Regiment of Infantry; private; bachelor; injured at Mukden between February 17-26; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 20 of 1906, March 11, 1906
  1023. Zajączkowski; breveted to general mayor, head of Wyborski Regiment; Kraj, No. 3/1905, February 3, 1905
  1024. Zajączkowski Ludwik; staff-captain from Radom Gubernia; in Japanese enslavement; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  1025. Zajda Wacław; 97th Inflancki Regiment of Infantry; private; married; injured at Juchatuń village on March 7; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  1026. Zajdel Stanisław; lieutenant colonel; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  1027. Zakrzewski Bronisław; warrant officer, deputy; 16th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  1028. Zakrzewski Józef; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  1029. Zakrzewski Stanisław; captain; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  1030. Zakrzewski Stanisław; captain; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  1031. Zaleski; midshipman, member of a battle at Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 1-2 of 1905, January 27, 1905
  1032. Zaleski Jan; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  1033. Zalewski Wiktor; captain; injured during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  1034. Zaloski Michał; second lieutenant; killed in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  1035. Zańko Ignacy; lieutenant; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  1036. Zapolski; wounded in hand during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  1037. Zapolski; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  1038. Zapolski-Downar Stanisław; second lieutenant; wounded in the battle of Jantaj-Szache; source: Kraj, No. 43 of 1904; November 4, 1904
  1039. Zaręba Kazimierz; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; married; killed at Hanczepoo on February 22; Pińczów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  1040. Zarzawa Władysław; injured; gubernia kielecka; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 89 of 1904, November 20, 1904
  1041. Zarzycki Józef; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  1042. Zawłocki Franciszek; killed; Jędrzejów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  1043. Zbieg Jan; 15th Wielkołucki Regiment of Infantry; injured; Olkusz district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  1044. Zborowski Aleksander; second lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  1045. Zborowski Włodzimierz; officer cadet; injured after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  1046. Zdanowicz Wilhelm; lieutenant; injured near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 9 of 1905; March 17, 1905
  1047. Zdzietowiecki Wacław; captain; injured in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  1048. Zembrzycki Mieczysław; lieutenant colonel; left at the battlefield wounded or captivated; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  1049. Zerw Abram; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  1050. Zgórski Konstanty; captain; killed in the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  1051. Zieleniewski; officer cadet; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  1052. Zienkiewicz; warrant officer; injured during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  1053. Zienkiewicz; officer cadet; wounded during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  1054. Zienkowicz Adolf; lieutenant; 14th East-Siberian Regiment of Riflemen; in slavery; source: Kraj, No. 5 of 1905; February 17, 1905
  1055. Zieńkiewicz Aleksander; captain; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  1056. Zilberberg Lejzor; soldier of 10th Ingermanlandzki Regiment of Infantry; lost without trace in he battle at the Szache River; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 69 of 1905, August 30, 1905
  1057. Ziółkowski Jan; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  1058. Złobiński; lieutenant; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  1059. Znosko-Borowski Eugeniusz; officer cadet; wounded near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  1060. Zoller; warrant officer; wounded in foot during the battle near Szache; source: Kraj, No. 44 of 1904; November 11, 1904
  1061. Zrażewski Michał; captain; died from wounds after the battle near Laojan; source: Kraj, No. 45 of 1904; November 18, 1904
  1062. Zwejgbaum Szmul; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; injured; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  1063. Zyjda Pinkus; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; Stopnica district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  1064. Zyskind Jakub; 35th Brański Regiment of Infantry; vanished without trace; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 77 of 1905; September 27, 1905
  1065. Zysman Kantor; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Chmielnik; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  1066. Żaboklicki Konstanty; second lieutenant; injured; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  1067. Żaglewski Dawid; captain; injured near Mukden between February 20-24, 1905; source: Kraj, No. 10 of 1905, March 24, 1905
  1068. Żbikowski Artur; lieutenant; killed near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 14 of 1905; April 21, 1905
  1069. Żebrak Michał; lieutenant; wounded; source: Kraj, No. 11 of 1905; March 31, 1905
  1070. Żeromski Alfons; captain; wounded after October 9, 1904; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904
  1071. Żeromski Witaljusz; captain; injured; source: Kraj, No. 4 of 1905, February 10, 1905
  1072. Żeromski Witaljusz; captain; wounded or captivated, left at the battlefield near Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 12 of 1905; April 7, 1905
  1073. Żelazny Ignacy; 11th Regiment of Infantry; injured; Włoszczowa district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 71 of 1905, September 6, 1905
  1074. Żołądek Marcin; 137th Nieżyński Regiment; private; married; killed at Hauczepoo on February 22; Kielce district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 19 of 1906, March 7, 1906
  1075. Żornowski Stan.; captain; injured during battle between Laojan and Mukden; source: Kraj, No. 42 of 1904; October 28, 1904
  1076. Żółtkiewicz; captain; killed during siege of Port Artur; source: Kraj, No. 7 of 1905; March 3, 1905
  1077. Żurek Kacper; injured; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 7 of 1905, January 22, 1905
  1078. Żydko Stanisław; 145th Imperial Nowoczerkaski Regiment; private; married; vanished without trace on March 10; Miechów district; source: Gazeta Kielecka, No. 14 of 1906, February 18, 1906
  1079. Żygalkowski Wacław; head of the engineers of fortress in Władywostok; awarded order of St. Włodzimierz of 4th rank; source: Kraj, No. 41 of 1904; October 21, 1904