GenealogyBuff.com - making genealogy simpler; a free genealogy surname research tool that reaches for data from all over.


WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON AUGUST 20, 1918

GenLookups.com - SSDI-Search.com - U.S. Newspaper Directory - Surname Search Utility - MortalitySchedules.com


KILLED IN ACTION

LIEUTENANT COLONEL

Wallace Wilmer Fetzer, Milltown, Pa. 

LIEUTENANTS

Earl R. Churchill, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Henry Q. Griffin, Winthrop, Mass. 
Thomas Massey, Philadelphia, Pa. 
James R. Stow, Eatonton, Ga. 

SERGEANT MAJOR

Abram H. Corman, Greensburg, Pa. 

SERGEANTS

Milton L. Bishop, Connelsville, Pa. 
John E. Cummings, Blairsville, Pa. 
Joseph W. Kiesel, Scranton, Pa. 
Edmund H. Knight, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Frederick H. Knight, Philadelphia, Pa.

Private John J. Clowry, missing in action, is the son of 
 Mrs. Anne Clowry of 311 East Sixtieth street. She believes 
 there has been a mistake and that he is safe. The war 
 department telegram of notification stated he was missing 
 after an action of July 18. But Mrs. Clowry received a 
 letter from him last Saturday in which he stated he was 
 recovering from gas. It was dated July 24. He was in a base 
 hospital.

CHICAGO CASUALTIES AND MISSING IN ACTION:

Private John Kantorski, missing in action, is a son of Mr. 
 and Mrs. John Kantorski, 3224 Lime street. He became a member 
 of the national army in May and left soon thereafter for France. 
 Private Pasquale Salerno, missing in action, enlisted a year 
 ago. He formerly lived at the home of his sister, Mrs. Joseph 
 Dottavia, 948 Willow street, Winnetka.

Private Richard J. Lube, missing in action, is a son of Mr. and 
 Mrs. Paul Lube, 3040 Greenview avenue, who left Schleswig, 
 Germany, thirty-five years ago to live in America. They have 
 three other sons fighting for the United States. Five cousins 
 of Private Lube are fighting in the Kaiser's army.

Corporal John J. Mikos, wounded degree undetermined, is 23 years 
 old and has been in the regular army six years. His former home 
 was at 947 West Chicago avenue, but his father, Roman Mikos, is 
 now living at 673 Fay street. Private Samuel Bernstein, wounded 
 degree undetermined, is a member of the headquarters company of 
 the Sixteenth infantry. His father, Harris Bernstein, lives at 
 1910 Washburne avenue.

Private Florent Verhulst, missing in action, became a member of 
 the national army a year ago. He has a wife and baby living at 
 1358 Thorndale avenue. Private Arthur L. Lehman, missing in 
 action, became a member of the national army in July, 1917. 
 His parents live at 1045 Grace street.

Private Samuel A. Singer, Ninetyseventh company, Sixth U. S. 
 marines, was slightly wounded in a recent charge over the top, 
 according to a letter just received from him by his parents, Mr. 
 and Mrs. Meyer Singer, 3356 Flournoy street. He writes that "The 
 Germans like to be taken prisoner by us. Their morale is poor 
 and if it were not for the superior officers they would all quit."

Mrs. Margaret Hayes of 6506 Maryland avenue has just received 
 telegraphic notification that her son, Private James P. Hayes, of 
 the Thirtieth infantry, has been severely wounded in action. She 
 has three other sons in the service -- John P., William E., and 
 Edward A. Hayes.

WWI CASUALTY REPORTS INDEX

SEARCH THE WWI CASUALTY REPORTS:
First Name:
Last Name:


From GenealogyArchives.com:

Death Records

Cemetery Records

Obituary Records

Marriage Records

Birth Records

Divorce Records

Vital Records


Marriage Search Engines


Click the rocking G to search this site.

SSDI-Search.com - free birth, marriages, deaths search

Surname Search Utility

MortalitySchedules.com

Finding Lost People Forum




From GenealogyArchives.com:

Death Records

Cemetery Records

Obituary Records

Marriage Records

Birth Records

Divorce Records

Vital Records



Return to Main Page

Surname Search Utility - FamGen.net - YourFamilyFacts.com - GenLookups.com - Marriage Search Engines