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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON MAY 4, 1918

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REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 4, 1918
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Note: On this report, the War Department began listing
the emergency addresses of casualties.

KILLED IN ACTION.

CORPORALS.

Elwood D. Berger, New Haven, Conn.
Homer A. Porter, West Haven, Conn.

PRIVATES.

Timothy Driscoll, Bristol, Conn.
A. W. Burns, South Boston, Mass.
C. W. Darrow, Guilford, Conn.
C. R. Davenport So. Norwalk, Conn.
Theron Davis, Walden, N. Y.
Joseph Dunbar, Medford, Mass.
John D. Fitzpatrick, New Haven, Conn.
William H. Gordon, Ansonia, Conn.
A. J. Hanley, New Haven, Conn.
Elmer G. Linden Bristol, Conn.
Albert H. MacDonald, Readville, Mass.
Frank J. Mendillo, New Haven, Conn.
William O'Sullivan Forestville, Conn.
George B. Preston, Dover, Mass.
William J. Schaefer, Bristol, Conn.
Joseph Tomalonis, Jr., Tariffville, Conn.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

PRIVATES.

Apostobos N. Makries, Thessaly, Greece.

DIED OF ACCIDENT.

LIEUTENANTS.

Thomas J. Mooney, San Antonio, Tex.
Dinsmore Ely, Chicago.

DIED OF DISEASE.

Cook Bryan J. Hire, Lima, O.

PRIVATES.

Levi B. Dixon, Dilley, Ore.
Frank N. Hall, Northville, Mich.
James McKinley Latimer, Wapakoneta, Ohio.
Thurlow Weed Smith, South Bend, Ind.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

Sergt. Eugene F. Sharkey, Ansonia, Conn.
Private John W. Stewart, Hudson, Mass

SLIGHTLY WOUNDED.

SERGEANTS.

Walter C. Hughes, Haverhill, Mass.
Henry Ritchotte, Claremont, N. H.

CORPORALS.

James J. Coogan, New. Haven, Conn.
George F. Houlihan, New Haven, Conn.
Clayton H. Squires, Montowese, Conn.
James R. Thornley, Fall River, Mass.
John M. Walker, New Haven, Conn.
Cook William E. Morgan, Shawnee, Mich.
Wagoner Charles S. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y.

PRIVATES.

Harry L. Avery, Buzzards Bay, Mass.
Adolph Blais, Fall River, Mass.
George Bonfiglio, Boston, Mass.
Henry A. Bouchard, Bridgewater, Mass.
Fred H. Brown, Riverview, R. I.
Leroy Bulley, Davidson, Maine.
Christopher F. Cody, Hartford, Conn.
John Connolly, Roxbury, Mass.
James Countie, Johnston, R. I.
Arthur W. De Nyse, Pelham, Mass.
Alexander L. Devio, Peterboro, N. H.
Edward L. Dion, Hartford, Conn.
Albert Downing, East Boston, Mass.
Clifton T. Gibbons, New Haven, Conn.
Henry Goldsmith, South Boston, Mass.
David C. Griggs, East Hampton, Conn.
Edward A. Hansen, Bloomfield, Conn.
Earl C. Harriman, North Swansea, Mass.
Harry D. Huni, New Haven, Conn.
Edward Jacques, New Haven, Conn.
James T. Kelly, New Haven, Conn.
Thomas J. Kevey, Charlestown, Mass.
Philiodore A. Lefebvre, Providence, R. I.
Lloyd Lymon, Glen Cove, N. Y.
Thomas Lynch, New Haven, Conn.
Joseph F. Madden, Kingston, N. Y.
John Manning, New York City.
William C. Marshall, Providence, R. I.
Lyman Michaels, Bristol, Conn.
John Niemiec, Thompsonville, Conn.
John F. O'Brien, New Haven, Conn.
George T. Osgood, East Hiram, Maine.
Robert B. Pope, Middletown, Conn.
Frank Ramondo, Ardmore, Pa.
John B. Revie, Providence, R. I.
Michael J. Ryan, New Haven, Conn.
Josef Skrzeskoski, New Haven, Conn.
Guiseppe Simoni, Bologna, Italy.
Howard L. Smith, Wallingford, Conn.
Charles M. Snell, East Providence, R. I.
Judson H. Smith, Edgewood, R. I.
Henry E. Sorenson, East Hampton, Conn.
Ernesto Sposi, Bristol, Conn.
Thomas F. Sullivan, New Haven, Conn.
Edward J. Sweeten, New Haven, Conn.
Leo J. Tetu, Augusta, Maine.
Felix Weizbicki, Terryville, Conn.
Henry L. Wilson, Providence, R. I.
Thurston B. Wilson, New York, City.

MISSING IN ACTION.

Lieut. Louis M. Edens, Cabool, Mo.
Horseshoer Archie J. Comeau, Haverhill, Mass.

Casualties in the marine corps in service in 
Europe, announced today by the navy department, 
show three privates slightly wounded. They are: 

Roy B. Graham, 
Thomas S. Killian, 
Charles A. Gordon.

RAINBOW MAN WOUNDED.

Charles Smith Is from Brooklyn - Bronx Boy on List

Among those mentioned in yesterday's casualty list from
General Pershing as having been slightly wounded is one
soldier of the 165th Infantry of the Rainbow Division.
He is Charles Smith of 1,265 Prospect Place, Brooklyn.
Private Smith is a member of Company K.

Thurston B. Wilson, also reported slightly wounded, is
a son of Samuel E. Wilson of 1,841 Marmion Avenue, the
Bronx.

"I am proud to hear that my boy has received an honor
wound," said Mr. Wilson.

Private Wilson is in one of the Rhode Island units of
the New England Division under General Edwards.

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