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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON JUNE 24-25, 1918

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CASUALTIES FROM JUNE 24, 1918
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KILLED IN ACTION.

SERGEANTS.

Carl E. Gross, Mountainburg, Ark.
Carl R. Sohncke, Woodside, N. Y.

CORPORALS.

Daniel F. Cooper, Haverhill, Mass.
Benjamin J. Hamby, Pike City, Ark.
Edward F. McCutcheon, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clyde A. Smeltzer, Massena, Ia.

PRIVATES.

Ranzie Adams, Paragould, Ark.
Shelton B. Beaty, Arkansas City, Ark.
Zygmunt Branski, Syracuse, N. Y.
William E. Burgess, Baltimore, Md.
George W. Cason, Hartwell, Ga.
Jerry O. Devinney, Cincinnati, O.
Raffaele Digiorio, New York.
Thomas E. Goode, Boise, Idaho.
August J. Klinker, Carnegie, Pa.
Thomas H. Larsen, Sioux City, Ia.
George E. Marshall, Rupert, Idaho.
Patrick Paradine, Somerville, Mass.
Tom Phillips, Louisville, Ky.
Willie L. Rowland, Hope, Ark.
George J. Sneberger, Anaconda, Mont.
Wesley J. Stubbs, Marbel City, Okla.
Loren M. Trotter, Caldwell, Idaho.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

Lieut. James H. Hughes, Howe, Tex.

CORPORALS.

Charles Wade, Hawley, Tex.
John Lawson, Jamaica Plain, Mass.

PRIVATES.

Joseph G. Balenger, Lowell, Mass.
Frank H. Brown, Fond du Lac, Wis.
Emil Bruder, Holyoke, Mass.
John M. Deveau, Stoneham, Mass.
Jodie N. Ferguson, Timpson, Tex.
George Gassenberger, Westwego, La.
Dale Hyland, Portland, Mich.
Clarence A. Larson, Tunbridge, N. D.
Mark E. Quinn, Shamokin, Pa.
Norman B. Rodebaugh, Philadelphia Pa.
Frederick H. Saunders, Cambridge, Mass.
Peter Scharnell, St. Louis Mo.
Walter M. Sorg, Coal Springs, S. D.

DIED OF DISEASE.

Corp. Frederick M. Griswold, New York.
Private Jack V. Price, New York.

DIED OF AIRPLANE ACCIDENT.

Lieut. Dow R. Cope, Yakima, Wash.

DIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES.

Private Albert Fenhouse, Bellwood, Ill.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

Lieut. Thomas Arthur Goodwin, 175 W. Jackson-blvd., Chicago.

SERGEANTS.

Otis Arvin, Carrollton, Ky.
Charles L. Costello, Keokuk, Ia.

CORPORALS.

Edgar Beaudry, Woonsocket, R.I.
Edward H. Lewison, Story City, Ia.
William F. Sheridan, Sherwood, Tenn.

PRIVATES.

Mihram Aram, Bridgeport, Conn.
Harry Flax, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Chester E. Hinner, Sidell, Ill.
Frank T. Schaad, Oakford, Ill.
Connie Telesca, Dunmore, Pa.
James A. Thompson, Toton, Idaho.
R. L. Walker, Marion Center, Pa.

PRISONERS.

[Previously reported missing.]

Corporal G. D. McHugh, New Haven, Conn.

PRIVATES.

Frank J. Aliano, Bristol, Conn.
Charles H. McGovern, Charlestown, Mass.

LIEUT. THOMAS A. GOODWIN of 4002 Lake Park avenue, reported 
severely wounded, won hs commission at the second officers' 
training camp at Fort Sheridan, and after a short training 
was transferred to the marines. He sailed for France in 
January.

CASUALTIES FROM JUNE 25, 1918
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KILLED IN ACTION.

CORPORAL.

Frank A. Rafferty, Armagh, Ireland.

PRIVATES.

Charles S. Gelden, Hoquiam., Wash.
Philip Henry Gillie, Gratiot, Wis.
Wayne C. Jackson, Salem, Ore.
Jos. Kanieski, Woctawek, Russia,
Jos. Savinsky, Warsaw, Poland.
Martin L. Shelton, Fayetteville, Ark.
Giro Ursolso, Worcester, Mass.

DIED OF DISEASE.

PRIVATES.

Ernest Dillon, Peru, N. Y.
Luther Hunter, Lafayette, Ala.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

LIEUTENANT.

Edward G. Tomlinson, Baltimore, Md.

CORPORAL.

Lewis H. Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa.

PRIVATES.

Ernest P. Hoerr, Portsmouth, O.
Hurlbert E. Zumwalt, Boise, Idaho.
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From the Chicago Tribune, dated June 25, 1918:

CHICAGO AIRMAN AND COMPANION KILLED IN FALL 

Miami, Fla., June 24. -- Lieut. Duncan C. Cameron of Pittsburgh, Pa., 
and Sergt. Ernest L. Ahlstrand of Chicago, both members of the marine 
corps aviation section, were killed at Curtis field, near here, late 
today when an airplane in which they were making a practice flight 
fell about 900 feet. A broken control rod was believed to have been 
the cause of the accident.

Sergt. Ahlstrand enlisted in the marines in 1912 and has since seen 
service in Guantanamo, Cuba, during 1913, and in 1914 in Hankow, 
China. According to his identification tag he enlisted in the service 
Dec. 3, 1912.

Another Lieutenant Killed.

West Point, Miss., June 24. -- Lieut. Orlando M. Lord of Dorchester, 
Mass., was killed and Lieut. Allen was seriously injured in the fall 
of their airplane from a height of 1,000 feet.

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