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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON MAY 11, 1918

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REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 11, 1918
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LATE LIST

KILLED IN ACTION.

CORPORAL.

Stanley J. Shaw, Wallingford, Conn.

PRIVATES.

Davis F. Bryant, Hopewell, Va.
Antonio Cianni, Geruce, Italy.
Fred E. Hackett, Friday Harbor, Wash.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

LIEUTENANT.

John P. Rosenwald, Minniepolis, Minn.

SERGEANT.

Charles G. Fyfe, Lawrence, Mass.

PRIVATES.

Rodney Stinson, Stonington, Me.
Joseph Welsh, Greensburg, Ind.

DIED OF DISEASE.

SERGEANTS.

Joseph M. Spencer, Nevada City, Cal.

CORPORAL.

Harry L. Curtis, N. Stratford, N. H.

WAGONER.

Harold Davidson, Clinton, Mass.

PRIVATES.

Fred Beckstrem, 1253 Rosemont avenue, Chicago.
Lamar Paul Ducote, Cottonport, La.
Lindsey Jones, Rocky For, Ga.
Harry Arthur Littlefield, Petersburg, N. Y.
Everett N. McKenney, Gorham, Me.
William Ross Rogers, Cincinnati, O.

DIED OF ACCIDENT.

SERGEANT.

Denis Downing, New York City.

CADET.

Clarence H. Fry, Columbia, Tenn.

CIVILIAN.

John J. Tranor, New York City.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

SERGEANTS.

William H. Buckley, Newark, O.
John Bush, Monticello, Ind.
Nathan Curley, New York City.
Walter W. Gerlach, Mount Sterling, O.
Daniel R. Smith, Dillsburg, Pa.

CORPORALS.

Robert H. Graves, Ackerman, Miss. Earl Thomas, S. Charleston, O.

PRIVATES.

Henry J. Belrose, Franklin, Mass.
Edward H. Draves, Reynolds, Ind.
Joseph C. Jelsch, Romeo, Mich.
Richard P. Jones, Trenton, Ill.
George W. Leichtfus, Orange, Cal.
James E. Love, Lanham, Md.
William H. Murray, Palmer, N. Y.
Dwight L. Nye, Pomeroy, Wash.
Stanley Olsheski, Princeton, Wis.
Walter C Phillips, Milan, Ga.
Dean Raines, Whitehall, Ill.
Neil E. Reid, Bismarck, N. D.
Paul Schosker, Delphos, O.

SLIGHTLY WOUNDED.

CAPTAIN.

Otto J. Kindler, Lancaster, O.

LIEUTENANT.

William J. Belhorn, Lancaster, O.

SERGEANTS.

Percy Alexander, Forest, La.
Kevin A. Walsh, Indianapolis, Ind.

CORPORALS.

William B. Bowers, Westville, Okla.
Francis E. Rollins, Sherborn, Mass.

MUSICIAN.

Ezra W. Estabrook, Marlboro, Mass.

PRIVATES.

Patrick Anderson, Whitinsville, Mass.
James S. Baker, Parsons, Tenn.
Paul W. Bradley, Short Hills, N. J.
Virtus Cummings, Pierson, Ia.
Carl Gerken, Lancaster, O.
Augustus E. Hewitt, Kansas City, Mo.
James S. Jenkins, Wimberly, Ala.
Dominicko Luciano, Bridgeport, Conn
Lyle F. McDole, Kingsley, Ia.
Alex Mironik, St. Louis, Mo.
Walter B. Moore, Schambervillie, Miss.
Carl O. Peterson, Palmero, Mass.
Leonard F. Pulse, Sykes, Mont.
Gilbert Remme, Kenneth, Minn.
Charles Sherman, New York City.
Frank J. Sikorski, St. Louis, Mo.
Fred Blenker, South Olive, O.
Daniel B. Stout, Lancaster, O.
Ralph L. Stratton, Des Molnes, Ia.

PRISONERS.

LIEUTENANTS.

J. S. Abbott, St. Paul, Minn.
R. H. Jeffrey, Uniontown, Pa.
Abraham Strauss, New York City.

EARLY LIST

KILLED IN ACTION.

SERGEANTS.

Duglas Ray, Line Fork, Ky.

CORPORALS.

Alexander Drelich, Passaic, N. J.

PRIVATES.

Karol Duraski, Washington, Pa.
Lester R. Ludinghouse, Oakland, Cal.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

COOKS.

Frank W. Dzinski, Torrington, Conn.

DIED OF ACCIDENT.

PRIVATES.

Westley C. Wagoner, Waterloo, Ia.

DIED OF DISEASE.

CORPORALS.

Luther McMakin, Greer, S. C.

PRIVATES.

John Peete, Holly Grove, La.
George P. Shepherdson, Philadelphia, Pa.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

PRIVATES.

Frank F. Deveraux, Oakland, Cal.
Kenneth A. Field, Rutland, Mass.
Adolph Hiller, Brooklyn, N. Y.

SLIGHTLY WOUNDED.

LIEUTENANTS.

Samuel G. Love, Chester, S. C.
James H. Fiscus, Greensburg, Pa.

CORPORALS.

William S. Martin, South Manchestar, Conn.

PRIVATES.

John McKinnon, Winchester, Mass.
Herbert A. Shipley, Lancaster, O.
Allen P. Stearns, Wollaston, Mass.
Thomas Zocco, Waterbury, Conn.

MISSING IN ACTION.

LIEUTENANTS.

Gustave H. Kissell, New York City.

LOST AT SEA.

PRIVATES.

Carrol C. Skully, Toledo, O.

NAVY CASUALTIES
===============
WASHINGTON, May 10. - The Navy Department today announced
that August Henry Benson, a machinist's mate, was injured
in a seaplane accident at Cape May, N.J., on May 8.  The
extent of his injuries is not known, but they do not 
appear to be of a serious nature.  Benson's mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Benson, lives at Dixon, Cal.

The department was also informed that Frederick Edwin
Reif, a plumber, was drowned when receiving instructions
in the Deep Sea Diving School, Torpedo Station, Newport, 
R.I.   His next of kin was a brother, Charles W. Reif, 
Company I, 6th Infantry, U.S.A.

Assistant Surgeon Edward P. Bugbee of the navy, and the
following enlisted men were slightly injured by the 
bursting of an oxygen apparatus used in an effort to 
resuscitate Reif: Walter James Breakell of Otisville, N.Y.;
Thomas Franklin Flash of San Francisco; Albert Carl Robert
Trispel of Milwaukee.

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