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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON MAY 16, 1918

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REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 16, 1918
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KILLED IN ACTION.

CORPORAL.

Patrick Farrell, Edgewater, N. J.

PRIVATES.

Harry J. Clarke, Stronghurst, Ill.
Joseph Dilley, Thomsonville, Mich.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

PRIVATES.

Thomas W. Cole, Springvale, Me.
Charles Conklin, Grand Haven, Mich.
James Croaie, Brookline, Mass.

DIED OF ACCIDENT.

CADET.

Stuart Freeman, Portland, Ore.

DIED OF DISEASE.

CORPORAL.
Robert C. Muller, Dickinson, Tex.

PRIVATES.

John Duhig, New York City.
Stanford M. Grant, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Chester M. Maciejewski, Berlin, Wis.
Patrick L. Morahan, New York City.

DIED OF OTHER CAUSES.

CORPORALS.

Willet T. Brightman, Montgomery, Ala.
Harry G. Lewis, Buckfield, Me.

PRIVATES.

Walter H. Young, Lynn, Mass.
Kenneth Klein, Fort Kent, Me.
Alfred Goodwin, South Hiram, Me.
Rene J. Gagnon, Georgetown, Mass.
Norman T. Dow, Princeton, Me.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

SERGEANT.

John A. Drotter, Chisholm, Me.

PRIVATES.

William H. Andrews, Downey, Idaho.
Otto J. Beyer, Casterland, N. Y.
Lester W. Chase, Derry, N. H.
Walter G. Gouin, Westville, N. H.
Mike Zaluki, Farmington, Me.

WOUNDED.

SERGEANT.

Gray Begley, Shelbyville, Ind.

CORPORALS.

Charles R. James, Indianapolis, Ind.
William E. Traub, Miami, Fla.

PRIVATES.

Jess E. A. Billhymer, Oglesby, Ill.
Peter J. Bohan, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Herbert Fulenwider, Indianapolis, Ind.
Everett R. Heckard, Van Buren, Ind.
John C. Townsley, Vincennes, Ind.

SLIGHTLY WOUNDED.

CAPTAIN.

Clarence F. Jobson, 706 Pullman building, Chicago.

LIEUTENANTS.

King Alexander, Chambersburg, Pa.
Clarence M. Archer, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
Robbins L. Conn, New York City.
John N. Dickerson, San Francisco, Cal.
George Howard, Rosendale, N. Y.

SERGEANTS.

Solon E. Ellis, Waco, Tex.
David McCully, Belfast, Ireland.

CORPORALS.

Leon A. Emery, Farmington, Me.
James H. Gittings, St. Mary, Ky.
Daniel B. Gould, New Vineyard, Me.
Herbert Green, Barterville, Ky.
Burdett Nary, Hillsdale, Ill.
Bernard Loughlin, North Plainfield, N. J.
Charles Schumaker, Jersey City, N. J.
Thomas G. Sheck, Livingston, Tenn.

MUSICIANS.

Nelson H. Driver, St. Joseph, Me.
Orion Helm, Columbus, O.
Richard Wickersham, Estherville, Ia.

PRIVATES.

Rolle Bates, Ladysmith, Wis.
George Burger, 2013 Crystal street, Chicago.
Don Butcher, Fort Wayne, Ind.
George C. Brown, Whitman, Mass.
William J. Cavanagh, Boston, Mass.
Douglas B. Chapman, Newberry, Pa.
Roy J. Collins, Petersburg, Ill.
George T. Dick, Jersey City, N. J.
Thomas F. Doyle, Schenectady, N. Y.
Alfred T. Francisco, Wilmette, Ill.
Hans A. Hamer, Mankato, Minn.
Stanley Hientza, Beaver, Wis.
Winslow Hodgdon, Saugus, Mass.
Sam Hosler, Waldo, Ark.
Jeff Johnston, McIntosh, Ala.
James D. Leggett, Rodney, Ia.
Selmer T. Leland, Weldon, Sask., Canada.
John N. Lessard, Providence, R. I.
Kirby S. McCarty, Washington C. H., Ohio.
Standish Meacham, Cincinnati, O.
William A. Miller, 41 East Grand street, Chicago.
Francis L. Prichard, Rouseville, Pa.
Denis J. Riordan, Manchester, N. H.
George Rudnick, 1626 North Hermitage avenue, Chicago.
Thomas C. Seder, Ravenscroft, Tenn.
Robert E. Spiegel, Perth Amboy, N. J.
Walter Thomas, Lexington, Ky.
Bonta Walls, Cincinnati, O.
Raymond Watson, Hart, Mich.
Michael H. White, Malden, Mass.

MISSING IN ACTION.

CAPTAIN.

George C. Freeland, Westville, Conn.

LIEUTENANT.

James F. Crawford, Warsaw, N. Y.

SERGEANT.

Walter J. Reynolds, New Haven, Conn.

CORPORALS.

Thomas F. Barry, New Haven, Conn.
Jack Bathgate, Orange, Conn.
Harold A. Bergman, New Haven, Conn.
Gustaf E. Carlson, Middletown, Conn.
Fred W. Chitty, New Haven, Conn.
James F. Coleman, New Haven, Conn.
Arthur F. Johnson, Middletown, Conn.
William Kluth, New Haven, Conn.
George D. McHugh, New Haven, Conn.

MECHANICS.

John F. Cronin, Portland, Conn.
Peter F. Plant, Quincy, Mass.

BUGLER.

Herbert R. Newton, Hartford, Conn.

PRIVATES.

Chester D. Gravatt, Ocean Grove, N. J.
Edward Clark, Collinsville, Conn.
Sylvester J. Clements, Geneva, Ala.
Leonard Colburn, New Haven, Conn.
Harry I. Cook, East Hampton, Conn.
Lory M. Couch, New Milford, Conn.
Joseph D'Anna, New Milford, Conn.
John M. Jennings, Belle Plaine, Ia.
Raymond J. Kanoff, New Haven, Conn.
John Knudson, New Haven, Conn.
Vincenzo Labriola, Bristol, Conn.
Joseph P. Leary, Middletown, Conn.
William P. Lemieux, Middletown, Conn.
John A. Minor, New Haven, Conn.
Michael M. Olie, Pequabuck, Conn.
Ernest D. Moquin, Bristol, Conn.
Edward W. Prunier, New Haven, Conn.
Jeff D. Quinn, Glencoe, Ala.
John Sachs, New Haven, Conn.
Daniel E. Sala, West Wareham, Mass.
John Samak, Kovel, Russia.
Boleslaw R. Sefcik, New London, Conn.
Warren E. Thompson, Portland, Conn.
Ellis M. Young, Everett, Mass.

MARINE CORPS

DIED OF DISEASE.

PRIVATE.

Herman L. Wilson, Franklinville, Ill.

Americans on Canadian List:

OTTAWA - The names of the following Americans
appear in today's Canadian casualty list:

Wounded.

C. W. Donald, Portland, Ore.
P. Freeman, Boston, Mass.
W. Marshall, Jersey City, N. J.
C. G. Frisbie, Portland, Ore.

Second Lieutenant Robbins L. Conn, who is reported
slightly wounded in yesterday's list from General 
Pershing, is a son of Mrs. Martha Scudder Conn of
70 West Forty-sixth Street, New York.  He was an
architect and was accepted for the first officer's
training camp at Plattsburg.   Lieutenant Conn, his
mother said, was graduated from the Beaux Arts in 
this city, being the honor man in a class of more 
than 700.   He is a veteran of the Seventh Regiment.

Private Peter J. Bohan, reported wounded in action,
is a member of the 165the Infantry of the Rainbow
Division, the command of which the old 69th Regi-
ment is the backbone.  He has a twin brother, 
Thomas, also in the 165th.  The brothers came to 
this country three years ago from Ireland and 
enlisted in the Sixty-ninth when that regiment was
ordered to the Mexican border in 1916.  Peter was a
bookkeeper at the Hotel Biltmore when he enlisted
for the war in Germany.   He and his brother lived
with their uncle, Joseph Keller, a builder, at 1444 
Seventy-fifth Street, Brooklyn.

Corporal Patrick Farrell, reported killed, was also 
a member of Company G and enlisted in the old 69th 
a few days after Congress declared war.  He was 30
years old and had been employed by the American Can
Company.

Corporal Bernard Loughlin, slightly wounded, is said
to be in the Rainbow Division.  His home is in Plain-
field, N. J., and he enlisted in New York in the 
first week of the war.  He is 19 years old.

General Pershing, in his telegraph list of those 
killed in action on May 8, gave the name of Private 
Patrick L. Morahan, Company H, 165th Infantry. 
Morahan was one of a large number of bllboys employed
in the Biltmore and Manhattan Hotels who were called
into the service.

Private JOhn Duhig, reported dead of disease, lived at
423 West Fifty-sixth Street.   He was an old 69th man,
and went to France with the Rainbow.  His parents live
in Ireland.

Private Stanford M. Grant, who died of disease, was 20 
years old, and enlisted in November in Company G, 15th 
Infantry.   Before that he was employed as an elevator
operator in the Pittsburgh Glass Company's plant at
Third Avenue and Pacific Street, Brooklyn.

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