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 23, 1918

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



REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 23, 1918
=============================
KILLED IN ACTION.

Corporal M. L. O'Neil, Hallstead, Pa. 
Private Henry Dahlin, Superior, Wis. 
Private Harry N. Miller, Kansas City.

DIED OF DISEASE.

Sergeant.

Frank T. Crowder, Lawrence, Kas.

Civilian.

Francis Green, San Francisco.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

Corporal.

Thomas G. Speck, Livingston, Tenn.

Private.

Joe C. Youngell, Commonwealth, Wis.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

Lieutenant.

Robert H. Long, Houston, Tex.

Sergeants.

Tim Long, 343 West Sixty-fifth street, Chicago, Ill.
Leighton McCormick, Wilmington, Del.
Alexander Mashewsky, Racine, Wis.
Albert Rhode, Pittsburgh, Pa.
John R. Tippet, Thompsonville, Ill.

Corporals.

Elben D. Bailey, Poca, W. Va.
Earl E. Crinklaw, Great Falls, Mont.
Charles Kasmalski, 2502 Augusta street, Chicago.
John Mihalich, Streator, Ill.
John F. Newman, Hartford, Conn.
Claude Wiltrout, Junction City, Kas.

Wagoner.

Harry C. Coble, Solomon, Kas.

Privates.

Joseph Attura, Renova, Pa.
James Chrest, Los Angeles.
John Garbacik, Detroit.
Floyd C. Gillette, Caldwell, Kas.
Charles M. Graham, Hope, Ind.
Casslus J. Griffith, Pontiac, Mich.
John E. Harris, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Tony Kaczor, Stanley, Wis.
Benjamin G. Kayes, Alameda, Cal.
Bert B. Lanning, Thor, Ia.
John J. McArn, Short Leaf, Ala.
Hart R. Marberry, San Angelo, Texas.
Morrie Marrin, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Howard W. Mulhall, Boston, Mass.
Bert Montevel Nelson, Picketts, Wis.
John Paracka, Ellsworth, Pa.
Joseph Perry, Larchmont, N. Y.
Charlie C. Plyler, Spartanburg, S. C.
C. E. Pullyard, Sangerville, Me.
Charles Reis, Astoria, N. Y.
Fred R. Salyers, Wise, Va.
Hubert R. Sothard, Covington, Ky.
William R. Summers, Syracuse, N. Y.
Henry Weisler, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Oliver D. Yoder, Gunn City Mo.

WOUNDED SLIGHTLY.

Privates.

Frederick Burke, East Haven, Conn.
Edward P. Flaherty, Boston, Mass.
William Hewitt, Newton, Mass.

An additional list of thirteen men, probably lost 
with the naval collier Cyclops, was received 
today by the navy department. The announcement 
said they had been transferred from other ships 
to the Cyclops as passengers and were presumably 
aboard the vessel when she left on her last voyage.

The list follows:

John Baggiore, Phoenix, Aria.
Marry Baker, Hopewell, Pa.
Otto H. Evans, Springfield, Ill.
Raymond Farrell, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clement O. Kurner, Wheeling, W. Va.
Iri E. Long, coxswain, Walter, Okla.
Donald J. McKeen, Santa Rita, N. M.
James Miller, New Orleans.
Early Mollencop, Salem, Ore.
Willie Perry, Speegleville, Tex.
Louis Smiley, Marshall, Tex.
William Sweeney, Fall River, Mass.
Clayton Webster, Hutchinson, Kas.

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