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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON JULY 1, 1918

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ARMY CASUALTIES

KILLED IN ACTION

MECHANIC

Don J. Dugal, Pawtucket, R. L. 

WAGONER

A. W. Vinal, Chelmsford, Mass. 

COOKS

Albert Eichelberger, Clear Springs, Md. 
Henry A. Lord, Milo, Me. 

PRIVATES

Arthur F. Bond, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Charles Buk, Lowell, Mass. 
Enrico Ferrera, Newark, N. J. 
Otto F. Folgmann, Waterbury, Conn. 
Charles A. McKenney, Bangor, Me. 
Charles T. Shepard, Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Edward F. Stanton, Bridgeport, Conn. 

DIED OF WOUNDS

CORPORALS

Jeremiah F. Leahy, Norfolk, Conn. 
Gordon A. Sutherland, Springfield, Mass. 

PRIVATES

John Adams, Norfolk, N. Y. 
Chester F. Floyd, Dency, Miss. 
Richard J. Hartigap, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Angelo Piccolo, Omaha, Neb. 
Robert Vevrosky, 3025 South Springfield ave, Chicago. 

DIED OF DISEASE

Dr. Henry B. Herrick, Cleveland. 
Musician N. F. Hunt, Stoneham, Mass. 

PRIVATE

Acy A. Thompson, Efland, N. C. 

DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES

SERGEANT

John B. Radovich, Fond Du Lac, Wis. 

PRIVATES

H. E. Obenauf, Twin Lakes, Mich, 
Edwin Stickney, Bowdon, N. D. 

WOUNDED SEVERELY

LIEUTENANT

E. M. Boerke, Wausau, Wis. 

SERGEANTS

Russell F. Aldrich, Fitchburg. Mass. 
Frank Grabowski, 2214 Clybourn-av., Chicago. 
Floyd W. Harper, Hixson, Tenn. 
Harold O. Koenig, Detroit, Mich. 
William E. Turpin, Monroe, Ga. 

CORPORALS

Henry H. Gutzmann, Cleveland, O. 
George Johnson, Beloit, Wis. 
Edward J. Lynch, Waterbury, Conn. 
Mortimer Susskind, New York, 
Sidney F. Watts, Ashland City, Tenn. 

BUGLER

Morris Greenberg, New York. 

COOK

Joe B. Marks, Bicknell, Ind. 

PRIVATES

Joseph Beck, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Edmund G. Brown, South Manchester, Conn. 
Frank Butterworth, New Bedford, Mass. 
John P. Bordenave, San Francisco. 
William J. Dawson, Flatbush, N. Y. 
Carl C. Foster, Leominster, Mass. 
John W. Gresh, Unionville, Conn. 
Michael J, Guilfoyle, Roxbury, Mass. 
Harry H, Hartley, Bay Minette, Ala. 
Charles Holk, 663 North Dearborn street, Chicago. 
Chapin G. Hurd, Hudson, Wis. 
John F. Kendall, Hartford, Conn. 
Oscar Lawyerson, Caratunk, Me. 
Stanley J. Lesniowski, Buffalo. 
Harold A. McAleer, Gardiner, Me. 
Roy B. Martin, Stoneham, Mass. 
Charles D. Mills, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Frank Morawek, New York. 
Jack Okon, New York. 
John Pezzuto, Colle Sannita, Italy, 
Norman B. Phillips, Stafford Springs, Conn. 
Thomas F. Pliske, Stevens Point, Wis. 
James S. Powrie, Detroit. 
Dennis Ryan, Pleasant street, Ansonia, Conn. 
Louis Schmertz, Coney Island, New York, 
Walter E. Simonds, Middlebury, Va. 
Frank K. Snyder, Fairfield, Conn. 
Nick R. Theodoro, Christa, Greece. 
Joseph Titulaer, West De Pere, Wis. 
Edward J. Trudeau, Waltham, Mass. 
Ange White, Hartford, Conn. 
Fred G. Wilmore, Charlotte, Mich. 
Adrian L. Yelle, Fitchburg, Mass. 

PRISONER

Private J. Szilanskis, South Norwalk, Conn. 

MARINE CASUALTIES 

KILLED IN ACTION

CORPORALS

H. K. Smith, Larksville, Pa. 
L. L. Wright, Gainesville, N. Y. 

PRIVATES

C. S. Lindsey, San Marcos, Texas. 
Fred B. Morse, Bridgewater, Mass. 

DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION

Capt. L. W. Williams, Spartenburg, S. C. 
Corpl. F. W. Franczek, Chicopes, Mass. 

WOUNDED IN ACTION (Severely) 

Sergt. R. D. McGiffert, Topeka, Kas. 

CORPORALS

George T. Bishop, New York. 
Gerald E. Greenwood, Dunningville, Mich. 
John F. Pinson Jr., St. Louis. 
David L. Spaulding, Hood River, Ore. 
Trumpeter J. J. Mulqueen, Ridgewood, N. J. 

PRIVATES

Elmer B. Asher, address unknown. 
John _____, Cincinnati, O.
N. B. Boles, Morton Station, Pa. 
Jesse J. Callahan, Grafton, Ill. 
P. E. Coddington, Middletown, O. 
Orville I, Comp. Sheffield; Ill. 
Arnold A. Conklin, Vesper, Wis. 
Simon Davis, Hemet, Cal. 
F. D. Fallon, Arlington Heights, Mass. 
Thomas M. Fannon, Philadelphia. 
Henry E. Harris, Atlanta, Ga. 
Irwin D. Harris, Green Bay, Wis. 
L. V. Heitlinger, Leavenworth, Kans. 
Paul R. Herbig, St. Louis. 
Sidney B. Hill, Roche Harbor, Wash. 
Edward Hondlik, 1216 South Crawford ave, Chicago. 
Henry W. Huntley, Cleveland, O. 
Jerry P. Jeter, Dresden, Tenn. 
William J. Kimbell, Narion, Ind. 
Lyall D. Kingsbury, Bascom, O. 
Joseph J. Laskowski, Bay City, Mich. 
F. J. McCauley, Earlington, Ky. 
Le Roy McKinney, Tango, W. Va. 
D. S. Messinger, Worcester, Mass. 
Forest P. Pogozelski, Milwaukee. 
Guy I. Potter, Portland, Maine. 
John C. Russell, Eastbrook, Pa. 
Robert Slater, New York. 
Ernest J. Smith, La Porte, Colo. 
William H. Stephens, Mayfield, Ky. 
Le Roy W. St. Peter, 2863 Shakespeare ave, Chicago. 
Melvin Warner, Hayburn, Idaho, 
Noel E. White, Fox Lake, Ill. 
William Wilson, Topeka, Kas. 
John D. Wiltshire, Springfield, Ill. 

MISSING IN ACTION

Lieut. Thomas R. Brailsford, Houston, Tex.

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Private Robert Vavrosky, 3025 South Springfield avenue, died of 
wounds, while Sergeant Frank Grabowski, 2217 Homer avenue, and 
Privates Charles Holk, 663 North Dearborn street; Edward Hondlik, 
1216 South Crawford avenue, and LeRoy W. St. Peter, 2863 Shakespeare
avenue, were listed as wounded severely.
Frank Grabowski comes from a fighting family. The wounding reported 
in yesterday's list is the third he has suffered since going over 
in January. He is the son of Peter Grabowski, and has been in the 
army for the last six years.

Two brothers, Joseph and William, are now at sea with the American 
fleet, and another, Roman, is at home convalescing from a wound he 
received in January while on board the torpedo boat U. S. S. Porter, 
in European waters. Frank was first wounded in February and again in 
April. He is 28 years of age.

Private Hondlik is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hondlik. He enlisted 
May 15, 1917, in the marine corps, going to France in January as a 
member' of the Eightieth company, Sixth regiment. He formerly was 
employed by the Commonwealth Edison company. His brother, Otto, is 
in France with the Thirteenth engineers.

St. Peter is a son of William St. Peter and enlisted with the 
marines June 2, 1917. He went over as a member of the Eighty-fourth 
company, Sixth regiment, arriving in France in October. He was 
formerly a fireman on the Chicago and Northwestern railroad.

At Holk's address it was learned that he is from Alabama and was 
only rooming at that address when he enlisted.

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