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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON JUNE 21, 1918

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KILLED IN ACTION.

LIEUTENANTS.

Henry Leslie Eddy, New Britain, Conn.
Judson P. Galloway, Newburgh, N. Y.

CORPORALS.

John C. Brown, Atlanta, Kas.
George D. Dole, New Haven, Conn.
John Harvey Owen, Mattoon, Wis.

WAGONER.

John T. Cassidy, Providence, R. I.

MECHANIC.

Ray A. Hanson, Shell Lake, Wis.

PRIVATES.

Harry Barrick, Townsend, Mont.
Patrick Barthelette, Backoo, N. D.
Hiram Q. Cox, Fairmount, Ind.
Wm. Gallagher, Londonderry, Ireland.
Fred B. Jenkins, Huntsville, Ky.
Frank Just, Penn Yan, N. Y.
Joseph L. McAvoy, 3022 E. 79th street, Chicago.
Jos. H. Regan, Pittsfield, Mass.
John Stevenson, 2535 Warren avenue, Chicago.
Marvin Williams, Collinsville, Ala.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

LIEUTENANT.

Calvin L. Capps, Lucama, N. C.

MECHANIC.

Jim Arnold, Belle Buckle, Tenn.

SERGEANT.

Edward A. Tenbroeck, Springfield, Mass.

PRIVATES.

Reuben W. Biesecker, Mondovi, Wis.
Harry T. Brooking, Kirksville, Mo.
Antonio Grassi, Mozzano, Italy.
Clarence St. John, Cleveland O.
Dale L. Scott, Rinard Mills, O.
Walter Stelmaszek, 8347 Mackinaw ave, S. Chicago.

DIED OF DISEASE.

MAJOR.

Edward Shoults, Alexandria, Va.

CORPORAL.

Edward Lowery, Princeton, Ky.

FIREMAN.

Juan Diaz, Colonia, Spain.


PRIVATES.

Percy Bergen, Lisbon, N. H.
Percy E. Cobb, Attleboro, Mass.
William Hill, Rocheport, Mo.
Robert A. Murray Jr., Braintree, Mass.

DIED IN AIRPLANE ACCIDENT.

LIEUTENANT.

Joe G. Trees, Pittsburgh, Pa.

SERGEANT.

Frank Ennis, Valley Falls, R. I.

DIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES.

PRIVATES.

Thomas Payne, Dayton, O.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

LIEUTENANTS.

James P. Arnold, Butler, Mo.
E. T. Erickson, Livingston, Mon.
James C. Ferguson, Tipton, Iowa.
James Alexander Henderson, Bridgeton, Mo.
Norbert E. Markus, Quincy, Ill.
Leon G. Ruth, Clinton, N.Y.
Frederick B. Stokes, New York City.

SERGEANTS.

Charles F. Davis, Bonne Terre, Mo.
David P. Hay, Campbellsville, Ky.

CORPORAL.

John Bennett, Jacksonville, Fla.

PRIVATES.

Joseph Ciechowski, Rockville, Conn.
James C. Cox, Indianapolis, Ind.
Joseph T. Farmer, Yonkers, N.Y.
Harvey Green, Rockport, Ind.
John Grogan, Jr., Rumson, N.J.
John Grubb, Wilmington, Del.
Marvin F. Hayes, Syracuse, N.Y.
Albert Hewett, Stafford Springs, Conn.
Lawson E. Hower, Frackville, Penn.
Paul Laurokovic, Miski, Russia.
Charles Marczewski, Schenectady, N.Y.
Warren Mummert, Penbrook, Penn.
Daniel Plummer, New York, N.Y.
Fred M. Reynolds, Delton, Va.
Richard S. Russell, Wills Point, Texas
Walter S. Stewart, Lake View, Miss.
William Ulrich, New Britain, Conn.
George S. Ungar, Tarnopol, Galicia, Austria
Bert T. Weidner, Sapulpa, Okla.
William West, Richmond, Va.
Benjamin C. White, South Hadley, Mass.
William E. Williams, Shrewsbury, W. Va.

WOUNDED, (Degree Undetermined).

Lawrence E. Bishop, New York, N.Y.
Artie E. Browning, Washington, D.C.
John W. George, Des Moines, Ia.
James L. Reilly, New York, N.Y.

MISSING IN ACTION.

LIEUTENANT.

Oliver J. Kendall, Napierville, Ill.

PRISONERS, (Previously Reported Missing.)

CAPTAIN.

George C. Freeland, Westville, Conn.

SERGEANT.

Harold W. Tucker, Providence, R.I.

CORPORALS.

Jack Bathgate, Orange, Conn.
Thomas F. Barry, New Haven, Conn.
Harold A. Bergman, New Haven, Conn.
Melvin R. Carlson, Jamaica Plain, Mass.
Arthur F. Johnson, Middletown, Conn.

MECHANICS.

Augustus L. Chapman, Colchester, Conn.
Peter F. Plant, Quincy, Mass.

PRIVATES.

Adellard Barbeau, Danielson, Conn.
Percival Barnes, West Haven, Conn.
Lester Bigelow, New Haven, Conn.
Williams Cardell, Cranston, R.I.
Harry C. Caverly, Manchester, N.H.
Clyde D. Charette, South Deerfield, Mass.
Lester R. Clark, New Haven, Conn.
George E. Collver, New Haven, Conn.
Ernesto De Martino, Hartford, Conn.
Oliver T. Elliott, Boston, Mass.
Antoine Gagnon, Bristol, Conn.
Howard M. Garton, Pawtucket, R.I.
Frank Gillespie, Dorchester, Mass.
Louis J. Goldman, Philadephia, Penn.
George L. Hawley, Hartford, Conn.
William R. Hier, Bristol, Vt.
William Hopke, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Lewis R. Lenhart, Somerfield, Penn.
Lloyd W. Litchfield, Needham, Mass.
John J. Milan, South Boston, Mass.
Joseph A. Roach, Ridgefield, Conn.
Earl C. Rodgers, Dansville, Vt.
Frank Sutcliffe, Fairhaven, Mass.
Arnold D. Umba, Middletown, Conn.

PREVIOUSLY REPORTED KILLED IN ACTION,
NO REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION.

PRIVATE.

Clarence L. Massey, Columbus, Ga.

DEATHS IN CAMPS

Washington, D. C., June 20. -- The war department 
today made public the names of soldiers who died 
in the United States during the week ended June 
14. They include:

SECOND LIEUTENANTS.

Arthur E. Maxie, 1936 N. Lawndale-av., Chicago.
Almer R. Ramsen, Colfax, Ia.

CORPORAL.

Robert C. Olde, Spencer, Ia.

CADET.

Horace W. Wood, Milwaukee, Wis.

PRIVATES.

Mike Domete, St. Paul, Minn.
V. E. Sorenson, St. Paul, Minn.
 (Died between March 8 and June 7)
Victor S. Cleland, Riverton, Ia.
Martin E. Darkas, Woodstock, Ia.
James E. Hershey, Chillicothe, Ill.
Alvin J. Munroe, Lennox, Ia.
Gilbert Skhal, Big Falls, Minn.
Arthur R. Miller, Colusa, Cal.
Earl O. Bilderbach, Corvallis, Ore.
Walter R. Davis, Ashland, Ore.
Henry J. Goode, Kansas City, Kas.
John A. Karlson, Eureka, Cal.
Edward Arndt, Detroit, Mich.
Buron Mamad, Detroit, Mich.
Orville E. Boone, Indianapolis, Ind.
Elijah Johnson, Cincinnati, O.

NAVY CASUALTIES

Walter Asbury Weber, seaman, U.S.S. Louisiana, 
drowned June 15; body recovered; address, 
Baltimore, Md.

Thomas Wiley Taylor, electrician, drowned at 
Wildwood, N. J., June 15; body recovered; 
address Birmingham, Ala.

Private Joseph L. McAvoy wrote a letter to his 
mother, Mrs. Julia Mc-Avoy of 3048 East Seventy-
ninth place, on Memorial day, and it reached her 
yesterday a few hours before telegraphic 
information from the war department that he had 
been killed in action.

Private McAvoy enlisted in the engineering 
corps May 5, 1917, and his command was among 
the first American units to reach France. He 
was formerly with the Rock Island railroad. His 
father is superintendent of the blast furnace 
works of the Illinois Steel company at Gary, 
Ind.

Star Glorifies Humble Home.

In the basement home of Mrs. John Innes at 2535 
Warren avenue there is a gold star for Private 
John Stevenson, reported yesterday as killed in 
action. He boarded there for four years. He had 
no Chicago relatives. He was a plasterer.

Notification came to the widowed mother of Private 
Walter Stelmaszek yesterday that he had died of 
wounds received in action. The home is at 8347 
Mackinaw avenue. He formerly was employed in the 
plant of the Illinois Steel company, where he 
resigned a $10 a day position in the munitions 
department to join the army last June.

Thompson's Fate Uncertain.

Lieut. George F. Thompson of the British royal 
flying corps, who has been "killed or captured," 
according to the Canadian casualty report as 
published in THE TRIBUNE of Thursday morning, was 
graduated from Northwestern university in 1915 and 
was thereafter engaged in newspaper work in 
Chicago and Evanston until he enlisted last 
September.

Mr. and Mrs. Claus Tysdal of 4056 North Kolmar 
avenue have received notification of the death of 
their son, Private John A. Tysdel of Company C, 
Thirteenth United States infantry, at Camp Fremont, 
Cal. Other than that he died of "natural causes" no 
details were disclosed. He was formerly an employe 
of the Chicago Telephone company. The body is en 
route for Chicago for burial.

Lieut. Kendall Missing.

Lieut. Oliver J. Kendall, reported missing in the 
casualty list of yesterday, is a son of Mrs. Linnie 
Kendall, 31 East Jefferson avenue, Naperville, Ill. 
He received his commission at the first officers' 
training camp at Fort Sheridan, completed his 
training at Fort Leavenworth, Kas., and was assigned 
to an engineering regiment, which left for France 
last September. He was formerly employed in the 
civil engineering department of the Northwestern 
railway.

His father, who died last July, was formerly mayor of 
Naperville. A brother, Guy Kendall, lives at 5315 
Kenmore avenue.

Killed in Training Camp.

Corporal H. W. Johns of the Three Hundred and Twenty-
fourth aero squadron of the signal corps, now in 
training at Fort Sam Houston, was killed in an 
accident June 12, according to word received yesterday 
at his home, 6041 South Troy street. He was riding a 
motorcycle and in swerving to avoid a collision with 
an automobile driven by a woman struck a telephone 
pole.

1918-06-21 
Chicago Tribune (IL) 
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MORE AMERICAN AIRMEN KILLED DURING TRAINING 

Montgomery, Ala., June 20.--Second Lieutenant Halbert Clark of 
Washington, D.C., was killed and Cadet Aviator Milton Kenard Erdman 
of Baltimore was painfully injured today near Taylor field by the 
fall of an airplane in which they were flying at a height of 800 
feet.

Two Killed in Collision.

Aberdeen, Miss., June 20.--Lieut. Leo M. Hines of Ellinwood, Kas., 
and Lieut. Francis M. Roberts of Watertown, N.Y., are dead, and 
Lieut. Robert G. Moore of Elmwood Place, O., may die as the result 
of an airplane collision today at an altitude of 1,700 feet near 
Payne field.

Cadet Killed in Tennessee.

Memphis, Tenn., June 20.--Losing control of his airplane, Cadet Flyer 
H. W. McClannahan of Lewisburg, Tenn., fell several hundred feet at 
Park field, Millington, Tenn., today and was killed.

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