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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON JUNE 15, 1918

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KILLED IN ACTION.

CAPTAIN.

Frank W. Hulett, Lewiston, Me.

LIEUTENANTS.

Ernest F. Sexton, Darien, Conn.
George Stein, New York City.

SERGEANTS.

Michael A. Bovie, Cheboygan, Mich.
James L. Woodside, Statesville, N. C.

CORPORALS.

George Bell, Winchester, Idaho.
Charles O. Brown, Poplar Bluff, Mo.
James W. Brown, Phoenix City, Ala.
Richard S. Conover, East Greenwich, R. I.

PRIVATES.

Michael Dana Capsack, 5004 South Hermitage avenue, Chicago.
Joseph H. Carlson, Nobble, Sweden.
John Czyzeski, Glasgow, Mont.
James C. Floyd, Rogersville, Tenn.
George D. Hutchins, Hickman, Ky.
Nikolaj Jaworski, 824 Lincoln street, Chicago.
Harold J. Johnson, Penn Yan, N. Y.
Ira H. Justice, Trimble, Tenn.
John F. Kemig, Spalding, Idaho.
Vincent M. Lenahan, Waterford, N. Y.
Romulus Meehan, La Salle, Ill.
Frank J. Michael, St. Louis, Mo.
Ray A. Noyd, Waterloo, Mont.
Thomas J. Powers, Garden City, Kas.
Charles R. Reeder, Sloux City, Ia.
Samuel B. Rottenberg, New York City.
Morris Salner, Jersey City, N. J.
Nicholas Schnider, Souckatchis, Russia.
Buford Stewart, Manafile, Ala.
Fidossy Zitinetz, Laona, Wis.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

PRIVATES.

Gordon W. Bates, Shelby, Mich.
John H. Coyle, Brighton, Mass.
Frank E. Malone, Mount Horeb, Wis.
Clyde Millard, Montpelier, Ind.
John A. Stange, Columbus, O.

DIED OF DISEASE.

PRIVATES.

Willie Couch, Newnan, Ga.
James Dodin, Chattanooga, Tenn.
William Finlay Foster, Willowbar, Okla.
Wade Holden, Jefferson, O.
Clarence S. Partridge, Lacygne, Kas.
John W. Price, Council Bluffs, Ia.

DIED OF ACCIDENT.

CIVILIAN.

H. C. Shaw, Cambridge, Mass.

PRIVATES.

George W. Gehlea, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Charles H. McCarthy, Tiffin, O.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

LIEUTENANT.

George C. Muscio, Waterbury, Conn.

SERGEANTS.

Robert L. Collins, Bridgeport, Conn.
Oliver R. Davis, Yonkers, N. Y.
Roy Dunbar, 9605 Avenue M, South Chicago.
Garet J. Finegan, New Brunswick, N. J.
Jeremiah Sheehy, Lyrracrompane, Ireland.
Lloyd Sundeen, Kerkhoven, Minn.

CORPORALS.

Tony Britzak, 844 West Holt street, Chicago.
Leigh E. Busler, South Charleston, O.
Earl Garret, Windsor, Ill.
Wilbur F. Hanson, Brooklyn, N. Y.
William Hetzel, Congress Park, Ill.
Paul E. Jones, Harvard, Mass.
Jacob Kaufman, Brooklyn, N. Y.
John Lyden, Letterfrack, Ireland.
Carl Roche, Hudson, Mass.
Fred J. Ryan, Lowell, Mass.
John J. Stetz, 1322 West Seventeenth street, Chicago.
Harold G. Thompson, New Britain, Conn.

PRIVATES.

Merrill M. Barbee, Spiro, Okla.
Luther E. Bare, Maysville, Ky.
James C. Blackburn, Shawnee, Okla.
Leon Blosser, Columbus Grove, O.
Homer Brouilette, North Adams, Mass.
Robert Cathcart, Piqua, O.
Harold C. Clark, Watertown, N. Y.
Morris Cohen, Milwaukee, Wis.
Frank Cunningham, Balymore, Ireland.
Johnnie Damron, Fort Gay, W. Va.
Ira Flood, Shepherdsville, Ky.
Rob C. Gatewood, Paducah, Ky.
Roy M. Glew, Farley, Ia.
Antonio Grassi, Mozzano, Italy.
Paul Grimes, Greencastle, Ind.
Louis Guilbeau, Arnaudville, La.
Martin Hasset, 1736 Spring street, Chicago.
Lewis F. Hicks, Naples, Tex.
Stephen H. Hurtuk, Bridgeport, Conn.
Bernard E. Jackson, 448 N. Peoria street, Chicago.
Albert H. Jester, Galveston, Tex.
Homer Jones, London, O.
William C. Kemp, Crump, Tenn.
William H. McComb, Newcastle, Pa.
John J. Malone, Philadelphia, Pa.
George Mantas, Tooele, Utah.
Chris F. Mazzini, Santa Barbara, Cal.
Isaac D. Miller, Denison, Tex.
Frank H. Mills, Millburn, N. J.
Alexander Moorhead, New York City.
George L. Nugent, Silversprings, N. Y.
Arthur Olson, 500 North Lawler av., Chicago.
William H. Osborn, Troy, N. Y.
Lee Peters, Earnestville, Ky.
Myles F. Ralls, Lowell, Mass.
Rodney Ricketts, Sanders, Ky.
Leonard C. Ruch, Buena Vista, Ga.
John Schospke, Fond du Lac, Wis.
Clarence Soran, Bay City, Mich.
Julius William Schleuter, North Menomonie, Wis.
Barney Sheveland, Scandinavia, Wis.
John Shutovich, New York City.
Joseph Socha, Minneapolis, Minn.
Jack Srok, Youngstown, O.
Earnest Strickland, Center, Tex.
Martin Walsh, Richmond, Cal.
Joseph Wasilewaki, De Fue, Ill.
Frank E. Wesberry, Woodville, Mass.
Luigi Soldo, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Peter P. Wisiolowski, $241 Hamburg street, Chicago.
John Zuba, Brooklyn, N. Y.

WOUNDED (DEGREE UNDETERMINED).

PRIVATE.

Frederick Kreinbring, Brandon, Ia.

MISSING IN ACTION.

CORPORAL.

Frederic R. Hyde, Chester, Vt.

PRIVATES.

Teodor Nowoselski, Union City, Conn.
Edward N. Pope, Hardwick, Vt.
Clarence H. Riedle, Bristol, Conn.
Charles F. Sturgeon, Bristol, Conn.

PRISONER (PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING).

LIEUTENANT.

Charles W. Maxson, Baltimore, Md.

MARINE CORPS

KILLED IN ACTION.

SERGEANT.

Thomas Henry Wales, Weston, W. Va.

CORPORALS.

Mearl Charles Alexander, Charon, Pa.
Cleo Baxter Davis, Bowling Green, Ky.
Francis Dock, South Boston, Mass.
George Alex Mincey, Ogeechee, Ga.

PRIVATES.

Charles Francis Brown, St. Paul, Minn.
James Bernard Kellum, Maysville, Ky.
James Sherman Schall, Templeton, Pa.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

CORPORAL.

Louis Peterson, 1642 Julia street, Chicago.

PRIVATES.

Keneston Parker Landers, Syracuse, N. Y.
William Theodore Roosevelt Budlong, Marinette, Wis.
Robert Clark Gourley, Waterville, O.
Lester William March, Milliken, Colo.
Aden Brown, Clyde, N. Y.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

MAJOR.

Benjamin S. Berry, New York City.

CAPTAIN.

Oscar R. Cauldwell, Crawfordsville, Ind.

FIRST LIEUTENANTS.

Shaler Ladd, Chevy Chase, Md.
Hugh McFarland, Brownwood, Tex.

SECOND LIEUTENANT.

Max D. Gilfillan, St. Johnsbury, Vt.

GUNNERY SERGEANTS.

Charles Francis McCarty, 1426 North Halsted st., Chicago.
Richard Still Ross, Topeka, Kas.
Charles Hoffman, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Cecil A. Williams, Akoskil, N. C.

SERGEANT.

Paul Jones Robinett, Hartville, Mo.

CORPORALS.

Albert Grant, Amesburg, Mass.
Bert Charles Smith, De Witt, Mich.
Percy Shepard, Collinwood, O.

PHARMACIST'S MATE.

Charles A. Lewis (no address).

PRIVATES.

Frederick Lawrence Dace, Elvins, Mo.
Attillio John Mignacco, San Francisco, Cal.
Bates Bryan, Montpeller, Idaho.
Edward Elvin Cabell, Philadelphia, Pa.
John Krivdo, Murray City, O.
William Theodore Hayden, Hermansville, Md.
Henry James De Chant, Adrian, Mich.
Richard August Powers Jr., Cincinnati, O.
Daniel Willis George, Greensburg, Pa.
John Francis McCarthy, South Boston, Mass.
Claud Marcus, 1725 North Talman avenue, Chicago.
Gilbert Cisero Hudlow, Atlanta, Ga.
Arthur Fistler, Sheboygan, Wis.
John Thomas Evans, Cincinnati, O.
Rufus Harold Skinner, Camden, N. Y.
Richard Erick Johnson, 1648 North Spaulding avenue, Chicago.
Harry Demerle Wolf, Haven, Kas.
Forest Neptune Racey, Caldwell, O.
Zell Goldberg, Minneapolis, Minn.
Ralph Rodgers, Pauls Valley, Okla.
Russell Edward Tucker, Buffalo, N. Y.
William Robert McCullough Glendale, L. I.
Lewis Melton McCurry, Wheatland, Cal.
Charles Emil Nelson, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Walter Harry Smith, Winston, Salem, N. C.
Harold Williams, West Exeter, N. Y.
John Malkas, 12035 Union avenue, Chicago.
Sidney Edgard Rollins, New Orleans, La.
Raymond Hartman, Rochester, Pa.
Joseph Lee Morris, Palmetto, Ga.
Joseph Andrew Dwyer, Covington, Ky.
Frank Trinka, Astoria, L. I.
John Peter Moore, Rochelle, Ill.
Raymond Robert Baldwin, Fallston, Md.
Harry William Batcher (no address).

Ottawa, Ontario, June 14. -- C. Pletka of Chicago has 
been gassed, according to today's Canadian casualty list.

CORPORAL LOUIS PETERSEN, U. S. marines, died of wounds, 
was formerly a street car conductor in Chicago and lived 
at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Anton Lee, 1849 West 
Chicago avenue.

PRIVATE BERNARD E. JACKSON, headquarters troop, First 
army corps, severely wounded, went to Camp Grant last 
October. His widowed mother lives at 448 North Peoria 
street.

PRIVATE PETER P. WISIOLOWSKI, field artillery, severely 
wounded, was among the first American troopers to reach 
France. His family lives at 2241 Hamburg street.

PRIVATE RICHARD E. JOHNSON, U.S. marines, seriously 
wounded, enlisted early in April of 1917. His widowed 
mother, Mrs. Eliza Johnson, lives at 1648 North 
Spaulding avenue.

PRIVATE NICKOLAY JAWORSKI, engineering corps, killed 
in action, enlisted soon after the United States 
entered the war. He formerly lived at 1802 Haddon 
avenue.

SERGT. ROY DUNBAR, United States regular army, 
severely wounded, enlisted more than a year ago. He 
was an orphan and lived with his sister, Mrs. Vera 
Rhill, 9605 Avenue M, South Chicago.

PRIVATE ARTHUR J. OLSON, Company G. Twenty-eighth 
United States infantry, severely wounded, was among 
the first Chicagoans to enter the national army camp 
at Camp Grant. He was an orphan and made his home 
with his sister, Miss Lydia Anderson, 500 North 
Lawlor street, Oak Park.

PRIVATE CLAUS MARCUS, U. S. marines, seriously 
wounded, was 18 when he enlisted last April. His 
mother, Mrs. Frieda Marcus, lives at 2605 Cortland 
street.

PRIVATE MICHAEL DANA CAPSACK, United States regular 
army, killed in action, enlisted last August and went 
to France in Decemher. His mother, Mrs. Susan Capsack, 
lives at 1936 West Fifty-first street.

PRIVATE JOHN MALKAS, United States marines, severly 
wounded, enlisted early in the war. He formerly 
worked for the Chicago, West Pullman and southern 
railroad. His parents live at 1203 Union avenue.

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