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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON MAY 19, 1918

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REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 19, 1918
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KILLED IN ACTION.

MAJOR.

Alexander Rasmussen, Sherwood, Ore.

PRIVATES.

Joseph S. Lietzen, Hammond, Ind.
Joseph A. Zihala, Nowark, N. J.

DIED OF DISEASE.

NURSE.

Lucy N. Fletcher, Concord, N. H.

SERGEANT.

Dan M. Storing, Menominie, Wis.

PRIVATES.

Ralph A. Johnson, Houston, Tex.
John Peetee, Holly Grove, La.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

PRIVATES.

Charles W. Dobouchet, Paris, France.
Marvin W. Smith, Koshkonong, Mo.
Gieuseppi Vinci, Fair Haven, Vt.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

PRIVATES.

Edward C. Carter, 1500 North La Salle street, Chicago.
Philip Frost, Bradford, Vt.
Homer H. McAnelly, Cincinnati, O.
Harry L. Miller, Hopkins, Minn.
Lemont W. Ruffing, Paterson, N. J.

WOUNDED SLIGHTLY.

SERGEANT.

William Thompson, Bristol, Conn.

CORPORAL.

Herbert Gillis, Somerville, Mass.

PRIVATES.

Roy C. Boone, Alameda, Cal.
James Johnson, Reynolds Station, Ky.
Rodney C. McCallum, Stockton, Cal.
James G. Pipes, North Venice, Ill.
Joe Schroeder, 1733 North Wood street, Chicago.
Raymond Williams, Edinburg, Ind.
Edward R. Woodfin, Alston, Mass.

WOUNDED.

PRIVATE.

Boyd M. Gillespie, Indianapolis, Ind.

MISSING IN ACTION.

LIEUTENANT.

Sherman De More, 2532 Wilcox street, Chicago.

SERGEANT.

Joseph P. Nolan, Hartford, Conn.

CORPORAL.

Sabatini, Brooklyn, N. Y.

PRIVATES.

Lester R. Clark, New Haven, Conn.
George Collver, New Haven, Conn.
Ernesto De Martino, Hartford, Conn.
Herbert V. Johnson, New Haven, Conn.
John T. McCartin, New Haven, Conn.
Albert L. Mason, Friendship, N. Y.
Roy R. Mason, Gainesville, Fla.
Austin M. Ready, Jersey City, N. J.
John J. Milan, South Boston, Mass.

PRISONERS.

LIEUTENANT.

Abraham J. Gordon, Newark, N. J.

PRIVATE.

Paul L. Holder, Hastings, Neb.

The classification "died of other causes" used in 
the daily casualty lists was explained by the war 
department today as covering cases in which an exact 
determination of the cause of death is impossible. 
For instance, some of the Pershing cables list a 
man as dead of gunshot wound, but there is no way of 
telling whether this was an accident, received in 
action or in a brawl, or a suicide. It is then 
listed as "died of other causes."

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