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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON AUGUST 2, 1918

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KILLED IN ACTION

LIEUTENANTS

Wiley C. Bissett, Newbern, N. C. 

CORPORALS

George W. Reeds, Mahoney City, Pa. 
J. C. St. Lawrence, South Braintree, Mass. 

WAGONER

Edward Sindler, Oshkosh, Wis. 

PRIVATES

Joseph L. Dalbey, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Guerrini D'Avolio, 1110 South Morgan street, Chicago. 
Alexandre A. Drummond, Funchal, Madeira. 
David Geceleak, South River, N.J. 
Harry E. Little, Malden, Mass. 
Ralph W. Shirley, Fryeburg, Mo. 
Alfred Smith, Millville, N. J. 

DIED OF WOUNDS

MAJOR

James C. Williams, Ramer, Ala. 

LIEUTENANTS

Thomas R. Bradley, Waxahachie, Tex. 
Walter W. Craig, New Bethlehem, Pa. 
Pete Haddix, Evenwood, W. Va. 
Elmer E. Hagler, Springfield, Ill. 
James W. Hanbery, Pittsburg, Has. 
Howard R. Huston, Deering. N. D. 
William L. Leconte, Atlanta, Ga. 
Arthur T. McAllister, Boonville. Mo. 
George B. McCoy, Washington, D. C. 
  (Lieut. George B. McCoy was the son of Chief Justice 
   Walter I. McCoy of the District of Columbia Supreme 
   court, formerly congressman from New Jersey.)
Leon F. Roemer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Harold C. Waggatt, Everett, Mass. 

SERGEANTS

George S. Koonce, Evansville, Ind. 
Walter T. Mann, Plains, Pa. 
Charles M. Sullivan, Sparta, Wis. 

CORPORALS

Harold E. Mason, Sioux Falls, S.D. 
Roy W. Watson, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

PRIVATES

John W. Fondren, Coleman, Tex. 
Paul D. Kelley, Milton Junction, Wis. 
Frank Mattern, Mobridge, S. D. 
Giuseppe Polaio, Polistua, Italy. 
Lloyd Schoemaker, Alvin, Ill. 
Max A. Straub, Herndon, Pa. 

DIED OF DISEASE

CAPTAIN

John D. Irving, New York City. 
  (Capt. John Duer Irving, having died of  disease in France, 
   was former geologist for the United States geological 
   survey and was professor in economic geology at the Sheffield 
   Scientific school, Yale university, where he resigned to 
   volunteer for service shortly after America entered the war. 
   He was born in Madison, Wis.)

LIEUTENANT

Michael J. Trock, Milwaukee, Wis. 

SERGEANT

Henry P. Keith, Filliam, Mo. 

PRIVATES

Thomas H. Agar, Killduff, Ia. 
Leo Bird, Mattern, Ga. 
Everett C. Case, Churchville, N. Y. 
Louis Coty, Worcester, Mass. 
Caleb Green, Meridian, Miss. 
William Ieheln, Lockhart, Minn. 
William S. O'Keefe, Everett, Mass. 
Lloyd J. Ward, Lowville, N.Y. 

DIED OF AIRPLANE ACCIDENT

LIEUTENANTS 

Cecil S. Huntington, Burlingame, Cal. 
Joseph J. Mason, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

DIED, ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES

CAPTAIN

George W. Werseba, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

LIEUTENANTS

Julian W. Hopenberg, Wetumpka, Ala. 
Frank B. Sanders, Chesterfield, S. C. 

MECHANIC. 

Ernest G. Kehoe, Solvay, N. Y. 

PRIVATE

John Hannula, Karruka, Finland. 

WOUNDED SEVERELY

MAJOR

Howard W. Beal, Lewiston, Me. 
  (The Maj. Howard W. Beal is believed to be Dr. Howard W. Beal 
  of Worcester, who volunteered as a surgeon and was advanced to 
  a majority. Before this country entered the war Maj. Beal was in 
  charge of the American women's hospital in Paignton, England.)

CAPTAIN. 

Henry A. Schwarz, Baltimore, Md. 

LIEUTENANTS

Robert A. Bingham, Bath, N. Y. 
Albert G. Kennedy, Jonesville, S. C. 
Ernest C. Dedicke, Washington, D. C. 
John L. Roberts, Idaho Springs, Colo. 

SERGEANTS

Albert W. Anderson, Monaca, Pa. 
Andrew J. Bocks, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Vern Boutilier, Oakfield, Me. 
Lawrence B. McEntyre, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Clotus L. Montgomery, Lebanon, Ind. 
John M. Theus, Reynolds, Ga. 

CORPORALS

Frank H. Ames, Rochester, N. H. 
James E. Colgrove, Hulls, Ill. 
William J. Daly, Fitehburg, Mass. 
Emanuel L. Hanoff, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

MECHANIC

George Underwood, Lowell, Mass. 

PRIVATES

Peter L. Anderson, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Peter L. Baker, Ogden, Utah. 
Claude G. Bechtel, Hanover, Pa. 
Arnold J. Bertrand, Red Lodge, Mont. 
Carl Blair, Big Sandy, W. Va. 
Frank L. Briggs, Harrison, Me. 
John Bryda, Westfield, Mass. 
George J. Bush, Haverhill. Mass. 
Ralph H. Challenger, Lehanon, Pa. 
Charlie M. L. Clark, Walter, Okla. 
John W. Clingerman, Elkins, W. Va. 
Charles O. Cross, Faribault, Minn. 
Howard P. Curry, McDowell, Va. 
Samuel J. Dana, Pleasant Point, Mo. 
August Devos, Pitco. Pa. 
Patrick E. Dunn, Livingston. Mont. 
Abe Dworsky, New York City. 
Willard M. Early, Oil City, Pa. 
Carl Ebert, Salem Depot, N. H. 
Robert W. Faulkner, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ralph V. George, Cecilvile, Cal. 
Newton E. Grant, Union City, Pa. 
Raymond Hamlin, Beach, N. D. 
Heber Hebert, Washingtonville, N. Y. 
Stanley Hill, Boston, Mass. 
Harold D. Jeffrey, Washington, D. C. 
Homer Jewell, Culver, Kas. 
Edward E. Jones Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
James E. Leasure, Parkersburg. W. V. 
Walter J. Lesher, Pottsville, Pa. 
Joseph Luksin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Herbert A. Mowry, Providence, R. L. 
Harry M. Mullen, Dorchester, Mass. 
James E. Punco, Raritan, N. J. 
John W. Rankin. Plainville, Kas. 
Edward Rasmussen, Oxford. Ind. 
Harry G. Riley, Towns Creek, Va. 
William Roberts, Vinton. O. 
Archie L. Salmon, Owensboro, Ky. 
Anthony R. Shields, Utica, N. Y. 
Lawrence E. Smith, St. Louis, Mo. 
Harry L. Shroul. Cherryfield, Me. 
Michael J. Tierney, Clinton, Mass. 
Frank Vaughan, Prestonburg, Ky. 

WOUNDED, DEGREE UNDETERMINED

LIEUTENANTS

Miles W. Kresge, South Bethlehem, Pa. 
Edward O. Merritt, North Augusta, S. C. 

MISSING IN ACTION. 

CORPORAL

Gennaro Scipione, Abruzzi, Italy. 

PRIVATES

Rollin C. Freshour, Ripon, Cal. 
Paul Zanetos, Agrilia, Greece. 

PRISONERS

PRIVATE

Charles E. Locke, Cincinnati, O. 

MARINE CASUALTIES 

DIED OF WOUNDS

SERGEANT

John J. McAmis. Covington, Ky. 

PRIVATES

Richard A. Evans, Richmond, VA. 
John O. Cowl, Leon, Ia. 

SEVERELY WOUNDED IN ACTION

PRIVATE

David D. Cairns, Cochesett, Mass. 

CHANGE IN LIST

Private Realis C. Kiestler of Cypress, Ill., previously 
reported killed in action, now reported wounded in action. 

The drowning of William M. T. Beckley, a naval mess attendant, 
who fell overboard from the U. S. S. Ozark July 25, was announced 
today by the navy department. Beckley lived in Frankfort, Ky.

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