WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS
REPORTED ON MAY 30 - 31, 1918
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CASUALTY REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 30, 1918 ====================================== KILLED IN ACTION. Lieutenant. Francis A. McIlvaine, Indianapolis, Ind. Privates. Jiousupas Dameszkivics, Pittsburgh, Pa. Joseph William Guyton, Evart, Mich. Clyde Marks, Indianapolis, Ind. Carl A. Sipher, Great Falls, Mont. DIED OF WOUNDS. Privates. James O. Dolin, Foster, W. Va. George M. Ewing, Auburn, Wash. John P. Gearlin, Tippecanoe City, O. Jesse, M. King, Meriden, Conn. Findley M. Shuler, Bryson City, N. C. DIED OF DISEASE. Recruit. Harry D. James, Hannibal, Mo. Privates. Frank A. Baker, Richmond, Va. Cleo E. Brundage, Seattle, Wash. David Hatch, Lobdell, Miss. Edward Jackson, Greenwood, S. C. Mack Jones, Crawford, Miss. Paul R. Lawson, Bellows Falls, Vt. Charles W. McLaughlin, Hutchinson, Minn. Douglas S. Thompson, Brooklyn, N. Y. Orris A. White, Walker, Cal. DIED OF ACCIDENT. Private. William W. Wait, Schenectady, N. Y. WOUNDED SEVERELY. Maj. Frank Carmack, St. Louis, Mo. Lt. Cholmondeley Thornton, Bennington, Vt. Corporals. Clarence Hancock, Grand Haven, Mich. Mickosas Malec, 2501 Maynard street, Chicago Privates. Frank Aldridge, Cardston, Alberta. Jesse J. Cox, Nashville, Tenn. Frank Moore, Lafayette, Ind. MISSING IN ACTION. Lt. Raymond W. Parker, Champaign, Ill. MISSING IN ACTION. [Previously reported wounded severely.] Sergeant. Eugene F. Sharkey, Ansouia, Conn. Private Louis Epstein, 125 Siegel street, Brooklyn, N. Y., previously reported missing, now reported as returned to his company. PRISONERS. [Previously reported missing.] Lieutenants. Philip A. Hunter, York, S. C. Franklin Burche Pedrick, Washington, D. C. Louis M. Edens, Cabool, Mo. Former Sheridan Student. Champaign, Ill., May 29. -- Lieut. Raymond W. Parker, reported missing in action since May 14, attended the officers' training school at Fort Sheridan and later at Camp Grant. He went to France late in November. He had been at the front about four weeks on his last tour of duty, according to a letter received from him which was mailed May 1. George E. Milner Jr., a yeoman at the Great Lakes station, died yesterday of pneumonia at the home of Walter M. Beard, 6552 Minerva avenue, a friend. Milner was 25 years old, and before he enlisted was president of the Constantine Casket company of Constantine, Mich. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at the residence of Mr. Beard, under the direction of Garden City lodge of Masons. Corporal Mickolas Malec, 2501 Maynard street, was listed as severely wounded in the official casualty list yesterday. There is no Maynard street in Chicago. North Maynard avenue has been changed to North Austin avenue. South Maynard avenue begins at Fifty-first street. Nothing could be learned concerning Corporal Malec or his family. Lieut. Raymond W. Parker of Champaign, listed as missing in action since May 14, attended the officers' training school at Fort Sheridan and then went to Camp Grant. He had been in France since November, and his last letter, mailed May 1, said he had been at the front for four weeks. S. H. Page of Waukegan, general manager of the Marshall Field & Co. lace works of Zion City, has received a cablegram from his brother in England bearing tidings of the former's son, Richard, a young British lieutenant, who is a prisoner of the Germans. "Letter from Richard. Satisfactory," reads the cable. CASUALTY REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 31, 1918 ====================================== KILLED IN ACTION. Sergt. W. H. Cartland, Wakefield, Mass. Corporal R. D. Miller, Battle Creek, Mich. Privates. Fleming, McG. Foresman, Bardolph, Ill. Clark G. Miller, Bovina Center, N. Y. Joe Ruby West, Minnekah, Okla. DIED OF ACCIDENT. Lieut. George Squires, St. Paul, Minn. Privates. John Jackson, Lamar, Miss. Wallie Washington, New Orleans, La., Ralph P. Wells, Woodstock, Ill. DIED OF DISEASE. Sergt. Harris N. Hebb, Lakeland, Fla. Corporal Earl J. Doughlass, Clinton, Mo. Privates. Dave Anderson, Plaquemine, La. Clay Berlin, New York City. Andrew H. Cowan, Belmont, Mich. Wesley J. Evans, Dallas, Tex. Robert Harvey, Rustburg, Va. Victor E. Johnson, Weyerhauser, Wis. Richard Murray, Round, S. C. Lester N. Nelson, Mankato, Minn. William Thromer, Eagle Mills, Ark. DIED OF WOUNDS. Private Charles Beter, Alexandria, Egypt. SEVERELY WOUNDED. Privates. Henry Gilson, Philadelphia, Pa. William Guest, Scottdale, Pa. George F. Hally, Roxbury, Mass. Abraham Kniberg, Roxbury, Mass. Harry F. McCann, Dover, N. H. Edward C. Nagle, Cambridge, Mass. William H. Nelson, Oxford, Wis. George F. Richardson Jr., Manchester, N. H. Byron W. Van Ness, Minneapolis, Minn. SLIGHTLY WOUNDED. Privates. Roe A. Balo, Columbus, O. Earl L. Lewis, Tryonville, Pa. MISSING IN ACTION. Lieut. Edward A. Koenne, Rochester, N. Y. Corporal G. N. Williams, Henderson, Ky. Private. J. H. Brown, New Brighton, N. Y. PRISONER. [Previously reported missing.] Lieut. James F. Crawford, Warsaw, N. Y. Private Harry I. Cook, East Hampton, Conn., previously reported missing, now reported slightly wounded.
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