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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON JUNE 30, 1918

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KILLED IN ACTION.

PRIVATES.

Eugene M. Connor, Winchendon, Mass.
Charles Dubuque, Nashua, N. H.
Charles Roy, Lowell, Mass.
Earl L. Severance, Topsfield, Me.
Fred Sherman, Calais, Me.

DIED FROM WOUNDS.

SERGEANTS.

Chester Monga, San Mazzaro, Italy.
John R. Tippet, Sesser, Ill.

CORPORALS.

Robert E. Goodykoontz, Columbus, O.
Dow White, Tanksley, Ky.

PRIVATES.

William F. Bell, Cortland, N. Y.
Carroll C. Gates, Hillsboro, Ore.
Louie C. Green, Middletown, N. Y.
Henry J. Hessen, Brookfield, Wis.
Adam V. Mixtacki, Pulaski, Wis.
William H. Osborn, Troy, N. Y.
Oakley O. Traynor, Flint, Mich.
Michael T. Wilman, Ashland, Wis.

DIED OF DISEASE.

CORPORALS.

Harold Martin, Winnemucca, Nev.
Harry A. Strand, Princeton, Ill.

DIED OF ACCIDENT, OTHER CAUSES.

COOK.

William J. Hushlaw, Cohoes, N. Y.

PRIVATE.

John Urey, Laurel, Pa.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

SERGEANTS.

Henry L. Baribault, Springfield, Mass.
John J. Hogan, Syracuse, N. Y.

CORPORALS.

Emmons A. Boynton, Augusta, Me.
Harry H. Chidsey, East Haven, Conn.

PRIVATES.

John W. Bresnihan, Rochester, N. Y.
Federico D. Gaviola, Massin, Philippines.
Jim T. Harrison, Whigham, Ga.
Owen McCammon, Springfield, Mo.
Clarence L. McCormick, Lodi, Cal
Allie Michaud, Brownville, Me.
Henry A. Montandon, Philadelphia.
Oresto Nigro, Souignono, Italy.
Frank Rusen, Erie, Pa.
A. Monford Wyckoff, Mattituck, N. Y.

MISSING IN ACTION.

LIEUTENANT.

Philip W. Davis, West Newton, Mass.

CORPORAL.

Leroy E. Congleton, West Philadelphia, Pa.

PRIVATES.

Arthur K. Drake, Bayshore, N. Y.
Ernest A. French, New Haven, Conn.
Lloyd B. Mapes, Akron, O.
Charles B. Reese, Spring Hill, N. S.
Joseph Slack, Springfield, Ill.

REPORTED MISSING, NOW ON DUTY.

HORSESHOER.

Archie K. Comeau, Haverhill, Mass.

PRIVATE.

Michael J. Powers, New Haven, Conn.

MARINE CASUALTIES

KILLED IN ACTION.

SERGEANTS.

William J. McColm, Portland, Ore.
John C. Peggs, Canton, N. Y.
William J. Spire, Nashville, Tenn.

CORPORALS.

John W. Bloomquist, Cheyney, Wash.
Michael Loftus, Cleveland, O.
Harold R. Kerr, Bellefontaine, O.
Robert J. Pomeroy, Baltimore, Md.

PRIVATES.

Claud A. Babb, Hampton, Ga.
Jack Bamforth, New York City.
Charles Belk, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Walter S. Bigley, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Leslie Biglow, New York City.
Frank J. Bokosky, Scranton, Pa.
Joseph B. Caylor, Mount Houston, Tex.
Frank M. Costello, St. Helena, Md.
Oscar Cottrell, Tuscaloona, Ala.
James B. Deans, Middlesex. N. C.
James I. Bodd, Marietta, O.
Paul W. Gall, Dolton, Ill.
Leo T. Leyden, Denver, Colo.
James J. McKenna, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Ralph J. Roehrig, Detroit, Mich.
Sidney C. Roberts, Toledo, O.
George Tomaka, 8819 Houston avenue, South Chicago.

DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION.

SERGEANTS.

Fred W. Stockham, Belleville, N. J.
Walter F. Duda, 1836 North Wood street, Chicago,
Herbert E. Green Indianapolis, Ind.

CORPORAL.

Raymond F. Donnelly, Rock Island, Ill.

PRIVATES.

Peter R. Brolander, Lake City, S. D.
Hogey Brown, Rock Creek, Tex.
Louis J. Downard, Arnold, Pa.
Harold C. Geiger, Mount Vernon, Ga.
Edward L. Kreiger, Buffalo, N. Y.
Rexall J. Rawlings, Washington, D. C.
William E. Weeks, Waverly, N. Y.

WOUNDED IN ACTION, SEVERELY.

CORPORAL.

Hiram B. Schuler, Milwaukee, Wis.

PRIVATES.

John M. Calhoon, McNary, La.
Edwin C. Belles, Wallula, Wash.
Fred Gordon Jr., 3000 South Kedvale avenue, Chicago.
David W. Hamlin, Oberlin, O.
Abraham L. Ommundsen, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Lowell F. Richardson, Salt Lake City.
Leon F. Skala, Chatham, N. Y.

Lieut. George O'Loughlin of the United States aviation corps, 
a son of the late John O'Loughlin, Chicago contractor, was 
killed in an aeroplane accident in France, according to a 
telegram received from the war department yesterday by Mrs. 
O'Loughlin, the widow, who is now living at Racine, Wis. Lieut. 
O'Loughlin, who was 22 years old, was a student at Notre Dame 
university when war was declared.

PRIVATE WILLIAM H. COUGHLIN, United States marine corps, 
whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Coughlin of 2330 
Indiana avenue, are uncertain whether he is alive or dead.

April 3, 1917, William H. Coughlin, the 17 year old son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John J. Coughlin of 2330 Indiana avenue, enlisted in 
the United States marine corps and sailed for France in June.
Yesterday Mr. Coughlin received a letter from his boy. It was 
dated, "Somewhere in France," May 28, and began, "My dearest 
daddy." He told of his experiences and love of the "big 
adventure." In part the letter read:
Sad Postscript by Captain.
"I am very well and happy and growing bigger and fatter 
every day. Evey morning at 8 o'clock I get a pint of milk 
from a French woman, right fresh from the cow, and also I 
drink two fresh raw eggs each day to aid my strength. You can 
imagine how strong I am when I tell you I stick out a forty-
two mile hike without dropping out."
There was much more outpouring of a boy's heart to his 
father. And at the end the signature. Then, written in a 
strange hand, was this:
"June 9, 1819: This letter was found on the body of your son 
by Red Cross nurses. He was killed in action. N. E. Rockey, 
captain, U. S., M. C."
Not Officially Notified.
Mr. Coughlin has received no official notification from the 
navy department of any mishap having befallen his son. 

Benjamin Hallmark, whose parents and sister live at 4504 
North Leavitt street, has been awarded the military medal 
for distinguished service in action with the Canadian 
expeditionary farces. Word came in a letter from Dr. J. Fry 
of Moorehouse hospital, Shorncliffe, England, where Hallmark 
is convalescing.

Two Marines in Death List.

Two members of the United States marine corps dead and one 
severely wounded comprised Chicago's share of the casualty 
list yesterday.

Sergt. Walter F. Duda, who died of Wounds had been a member 
of the marine corps four years. His parents, Charles and 
Walleylav Duda, live at ___ North Wood Street.

Private George Tomaka, killed in action, lived with friends 
at 8810 Houston avenue before enlisting in the marine corps. 

Fred Gordon Jr. of 3000 South Kedvale avenue, severely 
wounded, is the third Chicagoan to be named in the marine 
casualty list.

SERGT. WALTER F. DUDA of the marine corps, died of wounds, 
is a son of Charles and Waileyiav Duda, 1836 North Wood 
street.

LIEUT. RAYMOND E. TEMPLETON, killed June 27 in an airplane 
accident at Mount Clemens, Mich., formerly lived at 3819 
Michigan avenue.

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