GenealogyBuff.com - making genealogy simpler; a free genealogy surname research tool that reaches for data from all over.
WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON MAY 24, 1918

GenLookups.com - SSDI-Search.com - U.S. Newspaper Directory - Surname Search Utility - MortalitySchedules.com



REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 24, 1918
=============================
KILLED IN ACTION.

Sergeant.

Clem Hobbs, Red Oak, Ia.

Corporals.
John C. Foster, Greenfield, Ill.
Charles J. Guartha, Springfield, Mass.
James G. B. Lighthall, Cohoes, N. Y.
Harvey T. Rimel, Pacific Junction, Ia.
William Brogan, St. Louis, Mo.

Privates.

George J. Browne, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Jos. H. Coyne, Brighton, Mass.
Edward S. Harkins, Salem, Mass.
Max L. Hubbell, Atlantic, Ia.
Edward H. Lamont, Yonkers, N. Y.
John Maciejkowicz, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Albert Tragwski, Nutley, N. Y.
Eopim Vorasoka, Volinak, Russia.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

Lieutenant.

James Palache, Farmington, Conn.

Sergeants.

Walter L. Brown, El Paso, Tex.
Raymond J. Cairoja, Fort Lee, N. J.

Corporals.

Miles Douglas, Rookford, Mich.
William C. Greifzu, Colwyn, Pa.

Privates.

John Adams, Sterling, O.
Teddy C. Brewer, Greenfield, Ind.
John W. Burns, 1024 Sholte street, Chicago.
Benj. L. Carter, Rutland, Vt.
William Clark, Titusville, Pa.
Fred W. Howard, Chotek, Wis.
Finis E. Schooling, Clark, Mo.

DIED OF DISEASE.

Sergeant

Prescott W. Gould, Newton Upper Falls, Mass.

Wagoner.

Bryant Clark, East Marion, N. Y.

Cook.

Ernest L. Foncanno, Faulkton, S. D.

Privates.

Warren Coleman, Washington, D. C.
James Cotheran, Bradley, S. C.
John W. Jones, Spartenburg, S. C.
Walter Hunter, Laurens, S. C.
Emil F. Kraft, St. Paul, Minn.
Frank C. Mastenbrook, Grand Haven, Mich.
Harold H. Neumann, Glennie, Mich.
Harvey T. Palmer, Hillsdale, Ore.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

Lieutenants.

John T. Maguire, 815 Chest street, St. Louis.
Hugh L. Sutherland, Benoit, Miss.

Sergeants.

Harold W. Brown, 852 Sheridan road, Chicago.
Ralph D. Linville, Glenwood, Ia.
Albert E. Raddatz, Meriden, Conn.
William C. Williamson, Blanchard, La.

Corporals.

Michael F. Murphy, Washington, D. C.
David Silverman, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Mechanic.

Stanislaw Baranski, Middletown, Conn.

Privates.

Mario Abbruzzi, Bernardsville, N. J.
Mack Anderson, Inman, S. C.
Thomas Bertolino, Los Angeles, Cal.
Chester O. Bittner, Indianapolis, Ind.
Dominick Betont, Houston, Pa.
George B. Bolt, Woodbine, Ia.
Ross H. Brown, Lookeba, Okla.
Ray G. Cochran, Rankin, Pa.
Peter Connors, Manchester, N. H.
Dolphus C. Cooper, Jacksonville, N. C.
Jesse S. Deakins, St. Joseph, Mo.
Andrew Deardi, Hartford, Conn.
Ernest De Ceoccio, Hartford, Conn.
Raymond W. Gambelan, Boston, Mass.
Dwight Garrett, Ansonia, Conn.
Gust. L. Gullickson, Minenapolis, Minn.
Frank Kearney, Boston, Mass.
Casey Kooistra, Paterson, N. J.
John W. Lafferty, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Elijah Lawson, Gimlet, Ky.
Patrick G. McHugh, Brooklyn, N. Y.
George E. Mellor, Lowell, Mass.
Sotero C. Navarro, California.
Edward L. O'Hagan, Lowell, Mass.
John A. O'Keefe, Lowall, Mass.
George Raborn, Tacoma, Wash.
Fred Allen Renick, St. Louis, Mo.
Claude P. Rose, Cherryvale, Kas.
George E. Tomm, Delavan, Ill.
Joe Younghawk, Elbwoods, N. D.

WOUNDED SLIGHTLY.

Sergeant.

William F. Lewis, Mill Point, W. Va.

Corporals.

Cornelius J. Brown, Boston, Mass.
Arthur Richardson, 1514 West 104th street, Chicago.

Privates.

Bruce Cochran, Graton, N. D.
Martin Elenbass, Lucas, Mich.
Joseph Flynn, Philadelphia, Pa.
James U. Hartford, Mittineague, Mass.
Charles G. Thompson, Atkinson, N. H.
Michael J. Glynn, Dorchester, Mass.

MISSING IN ACTION.

Private.

Rocco Summa, Waterbury, Conn.

A gold star supplanted one of the blue ones in the four 
starred service flag at 1024 South Sholto street last 
night. It is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Burns, whose 
sons are in the military service of the United States.

The gold star is for John W. Burns, a United States 
regular army man, whose death from wounds was reported 
yesterday in official dispatches from the war depart-
ment. He enlisted in June of 1916, and was among the 
first American soldiers to arrive in France.

Other Sons' Records.

James Burns, 26, is a member of Company Twenty-four, 
One Hundred and Sixty-first depot brigade, Camp Grant; 
Robert Burns is with Col. Milton J. Foreman's One Hundred 
and Twenty-second Field artillery, and Walter Hafner, a 
half brother, is in the navy. All are grandsons of 
Daniel B. Harmon, Company D, Twelfth Illinois cavalry, 
who served in the civil war.

Corporal Arthur Richardson, reported slightly wounded, 
is a son of William J. Richardson, a lieutenant in 
engine company No. 80 of the Chicago fire department.

Has Uncle Here.

Sergt. Harold W. Brown, reported severely wounded, is a 
nephew of James T. McChesney, 852 Sheridan road. Brown 
has been in the service two years and was on the Mexican 
border until he sailed for France six months ago.

Corp. J. Alexander Bayne, reported killed in action, was 
a member of the famous Lafayette escadrille. He left for 
France to join the French aerial forces last July. He 
formerly made his home with his sister at 7645 Bosworth 
avenue.

WWI CASUALTY REPORTS INDEX

SEARCH THE WWI CASUALTY REPORTS:
First Name:
Last Name:


From GenealogyArchives.com:

Death Records

Cemetery Records

Obituary Records

Marriage Records

Birth Records

Divorce Records

Vital Records


Marriage Search Engines


Click the rocking G to search this site.

SSDI-Search.com - free birth, marriages, deaths search

Surname Search Utility

MortalitySchedules.com

Finding Lost People Forum




From GenealogyArchives.com:

Death Records

Cemetery Records

Obituary Records

Marriage Records

Birth Records

Divorce Records

Vital Records



Return to Main Page

Surname Search Utility - FamGen.net - YourFamilyFacts.com - GenLookups.com - Marriage Search Engines