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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON JUNE 13, 1918

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KILLED IN ACTION.

LIEUTENANTS.

Wilmer Bodenstab, Yonkers, N. Y.
Max C. Buchanan, Brocton, Mass.
Malcolm Johnstone, Arlington, Wash.

CORPORALS.

Bernard A. Gill, McLoud, Okla.
John O. Jenkins, Rockport, Ind.

PRIVATES.

Cyrus P. Adcox, Fayetteville, N. C.
Albert L. Cox, Weiser, Idaho.
David H. Dobbs, Mathiston, Miss.
Thomas Dryden, Flemingsburg, Ky.
Daniel Harder, Almyra, Ark.
Paul Hume, London, O.
William R. Loftus, Alameda, Cal.
Anthony Snider, 137th company, marine corps.
Leslie Venters, Shelmerdine, N. C.
Wilford Wethington, Liberty, Ky.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

COOK.

Stefan Stankiewich, Chsrkowa, Russia.

PRIVATES.

George William Dell, Malvern, Pa.
 [per a descendant niece, George was from New Jersey -SCAN-]
Harry G. Kingston, Hermon, N. Y.
John F. Lindsay, Boston, Mass.
Justin O. Lyell, Nashville, Tenn.
Sandusky Lynch, Lebanon, Ky.
Peter W. McCraw, Roslindale, Mass.
John B. McDermit, Collins, Miss.
Clarence R. Phillippi La Rue, O.

DIED OF DISEASE.

CAPTAIN.

Leonard K. Hart, Shawnee, O.

PRIVATES.

Tony Baughton, Rayville, La.
Gamel W. Clayton, Canyon, Tex.
Ray R. Craun, Ames, Ia.
William F. Dowling, Connellsville, Pa.
Charles A. Engle, Astoria, N. Y.
Samuel E. Fulkrod, Williamport, Pa.
Gordon Hayes, Nichols, S. C.
Stanley Luczynski, 823 North Ashland avenue, Chicago.
William A. McGuire, Mountain Home, Ark.
George C. Mondzeski, New Britain, Conn.
Garl F. Olson, Cambridge, Minn.
Edwin H. Olson, Springfield, Ore.
George W. Scallan, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Emmet Segrays, Hampton, Ga.
Eddie C. Smith, Florala, Ala.
John S. Smith, Grand Rapids, Mich.
William M. Sullivan, Passaic, N. J.

DIED OF AIRPLANE ACCIDENT.

Richard B. Reed, Van Wert, O.

DIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES.

SERGEANTS.

Harry Golden, New York City.
Raymond L. Shearman, Berkeley, Cal.

PRIVATES.

Nils O. Anderson, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Thomas Biggins, Buffalo, N. Y.
Domenico Caputo, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Joseph Grome, Cincinnati, O.
Charles D. Hildebrand, Minneapolis, Minn.
John Morroine, Roslyn, N. Y.
Pasquale Papa, Milbrook, N. Y.
Benjamin Purificato, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Frank Richardson, Atlanta, Tex.
Frederick W. Roller Jr., Cincinnati, O.
Charles R. Rowan, Cohoes, N. Y.
Frederick W. Schwab, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Joseph Stenseth, Nunda, S. D.
Emil Tuckerman, New York City.
Herman Westphal, Detroit, Mich.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

CAPTAIN.

Don L. Caldwell, Greenfield, O.

LIEUTENANTS.

Albert E. Billing, Brooklyn, N. Y.
George E. Butler, Arkansas City, Kas.
Wayne W. Schmidt, Martinsville, Ind.

SERGEANTS.

Lovi P. Brimmer, Reading Center, N. Y.
Fred W. Corzina, Concord, N. C.
Joseph B. Jenkins, Kitts Hill, O.
Albert F. Martin, Oskaloosa, Ia.
Edison Miller, Delaware, O.
Leo H. Ozuarltys, Saginaw, Mich.
Edward Svatba, New York City.

CORPORALS.

Arthur P. Dunn, Havana, Cuba.
Floyd W. Gilliland, 840 Butler street, Chicago.
Theodore Nesta, Darrington, Wash.
Nathan C. Sprinkle, Velasco, Tex.

MECHANIC.

Ellis York, Detroit, Mich.

Privates.

John Appostolos, Chios Island, Greece.
Guilio Battani, Detroit, Mich.
Howard E. Brown, Cincinnati, O.
Fred H. Campbell, Crowell, Tex.
Sam A. Conley, Hiawassee, Ga.
Lester Dossey, Nashville, Ark.
Hardy R. Ellison, Belton, Tex.
Charles W. Foley, 740 East Thirty-sixth street, Chicago.
Thomas J. Foley, Lynn, Mass.
Jessie Green, Delhi, La.
Walter A. Haas, Kaukauna, Wis.
William E. Honshu, Sharples, W. Va.
Floyd L. Hawkins, South Kaukauna, Wis.
Edwin C. Head, Needmore, Ga.
Jack B. Hughes, Goodell, Ia.
Gentry Hunnicutt, Greenville, S. C.
Arthur H. Johnson, Lake Land, Fla.
Ragnar A. Johnsen, Richfield, N. J.
Bennet E. Karr, Sheldon, Ill.
Samuel Keins, Dogden, N. D.
Wlaydslaw Kempinski, Detroit, Mich.
Henry W. Kennedy, Waycross, Ga.
Karel Krepelka, Benwood, W. Va.
Albert J. La Rose, Northampton, Mass.
Clifford Ledford, Cincinnati, O.
Harry B. Lundy, Leavenworth, Kas.
Charles L. McClure, New England, W. Va.
Angelo Monetini, San Francisco, Cal.
Oliver X. Nichols, Floyd, Tex.
Paul H. Nichols, Floyd, Tex.
Cornelius J. Rappelyea, Rensselaer, N. Y.
Charles E. Roberts, Burke, S. D.
Levern O. Rongstad, Menomonie, Wis.
William Sills, Hoopeston, Ill.
Russell E. Simms, Chilicothe, O.
John Smith, Pottstown, Pa.
Ralph A. Smoot, Pleasantville, O.
Ralph Taylor, Cleveland, O.
John K. Thatcher, Covington, Ky.
Maurice W. Watson, Greensburg, La.
Nat P. White, Holly, Ky.
Joseph Williams, Washingtonville, O.
Frank J. Wines, Wabeno, Wis.

WOUNDED [Degree Undetermined].

PRIVATES.

James H. Burns, Ottumwa, Ia.
Martin Djonne, Radcliffe, Ia.
Thorwald Hansen, Council Bluffs, Ia.
Hugh B. Hicok, Waterloo, Ia.
Ray W. Hicok, Waterloo, Ia.
Cassius C. Worm, Antia, Ia.

MISSING IN ACTION.

PRIVATES.

William C. Nelson, Wenatchee, Wash.

PRISONER [Previously Missing].

SERGEANT.

Frederick H. M. Miller, New Haven, Conn.

MARINE CORPS

KILLED IN ACTION.

FIRST SERGEANT.

Frank Lewis Glick, Ogden, Utah.

SERGEANT.

Ollie Henry Johanningmeier, St. Louis, Mo.

CORPORAL.

Louis Wint Johnson, Mongrove, Mo.

PRIVATES.

George Frank Olive, Berry, Ala.
William Henry Boyle, Houston, Tex.
Henry Edward Steckel, Brooklyn, N. Y.
McKinley Swart, Panama, N. Y.
Warren Findley Hoyle, Shelby, N. C.
Harold Alfred Brooks, Colgate, Wis.
George Dallas Murphy, Spartanburg, S. C.
Alexander Halpain, Dallas Tex.
Fred Erymn Lomax, Hohenwald, Tenn.
Ernest James Osborne, Bloomington, Ind.
Harry King Couchren, Martins Ferry, O.
David Alfred Taggart, 1148 Cuyler-av., Oak Park.

DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN

ACTION.

CAPTAIN.

John Blanchfield, Brooklyn, N. Y.

PRIVATE.

Edward Raymond Buchlein, Union Hill, N. J.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

COLONEL.

Albertus Wright Catlin, Washington, D. C.

FIRST LIEUTENANT.

Albert Preston Baston, St. Louis Park, Minn.

CORPORAL.

Willard Christopher Nelligan, 646 North Lockwood avenue, Chicago.

PRIVATES.

Emil Albert Zeck, Toledo, O.
John Calven Atchison, Oakdale, Ill.
Godfrey Warner Anderson, Proctor, Minn.

The death of Lieut. Lyman B. Hoops, U. S. N., of 99 
High street, Middletown, Conn., was announced today 
by the navy department. Lieut. Hoops died of pneumonia 
at the navy hospital, London, June 8.

PRIVATE DAVID A. TAGGART, reported killed in action 
with the marines, was the 22 year old son of Mrs. 
Lucy Taggart, 1143 Cuyler avenue, Oak Park. He 
enlisted a year ago and was formerly an employe of 
the L. Z. Leiter estate, 21 East Van Buren street. 
He left for France in October.

The first shadow to mar enjoyment of the glorious 
activities of the United States marines at Chateau 
Thierry was cast upon Chicago yesterday in the 
announcement of the death in action, June 3, of 
Private David Taggart, 1143 Cuyler avenue, Oak Park. 

Taggart was 22 years old. Before enlisting a year 
ago he was employed for four years in the office of 
the L. Z. Leiter estate, 21 East Van Buren street. 
He was trained at Quantico, Va., and went to France 
in October. In a letter received two days ago by 
his former employers he said: "Save that little old 
desk for me, for we will have the Germans beaten 
before long and I'll be coming back."

Another marine, Corp. Willard C. Nelligan, son of 
Charles L. Nelligan of 646 North Lockwood avenue, in 
the same regiment, was reported severely wounded.

Nelligan a Sharpshooter.

Corporal Nelligan, who is 21 years old, enlisted 
a week after the United States entered the war. He 
embarked in September with Pershing's first 
contingent. He was first awarded a medal for 
sharpshooting, and later promoted to battalion 
leader of snipers. A brother, Charles, is in the 
personnel service at Jefferson Barracks, Mo.

Corporal Leslie E. Ewing, son of Mrs. M. L. Ewing 
of 1436 Cuyler avenue, and member of Battery B, 
One Hundred and Forty-ninth field artillery, was 
reported to have been badly wounded on June 6 in 
a telegram received by his mother yesterday. He 
enlisted during the Mexican war scare, and last 
September left with Col. Henry J. Reilly's 
regiment for France. He is 25 years old. The name 
probably will be in the casualty list of today or 
tomorrow.

Private Luczynski Dead.

The death from disease of Private Stanley Luczynski, 
823 North Ashland avenue, was included in Gen. 
Pershing's list. He lived with his aunt, Mrs. 
Lawrence Wawrzyniak, his family residing in Poland.

PRIVATE CHARLES W. FOLEY, severely wounded, is 
married. His wife lives at 3535 Ellis avenue. He 
left for France in February.

Private Charles W. Foley, whose wife is living at 
3535 Ellis avenue, was reported severely wounded. 
He was called in the draft in September, and in 
February started for France.

Word has been received by Dr. N. J. La Rose, city 
health officer of Zion City, that his son, Lieut. 
J. La Rose, was shot through the thighs by Hun 
machine guns operators. He enlisted over a year 
ago in the royal flying corps at Toronto, Ont.

CORPORAL LESLIE E. EWING, reported severely wounded, 
is the son of Mrs. M. L. Ewing of 1436 Cuyler avenue. 
He enlisted in the One Hundred and Forty-ninth 
artillery when the Mexican troubles started and 
departed for France in September. He is 25 years old.

PRIVATE STANLEY LUCZYNSKI, reported dead of disease, 
was a native of Poland. He was in Company L, Three 
Hundred and Forty-third infantry, and was sent to 
France in May of this year. He lived with his aunt 
at 823 North Ashland avenue.

CORPORAL WILLARD C. NELLIGAN, severely wounded, is 
the son of Charles L. Nelligan, 646 North Lockwood 
avenue. He is 21 years old and a member of the 
Ninety-fifty company, Sixth regiment, of the marines. 
He enlisted a week after the United States entered 
the war.

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