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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON MAY 2, 1918

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REPORT PUBLISHED MAY 2, 1918
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KILLED IN ACTION.

Sergt. Arvid A. Cederholm.
Corporal John F. Giles.
Corporal George Gritzbach.

PRIVATES.

James O. Carey,
Earl R. Clark,
Clarence E. Coe,
Clinton W. De Forest,
James N. Joyce.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

Private Lyndon L. Casey.

DIED OF ACCIDENT.

Private John Pesa.

DIED OF DISEASE.

PRIVATES.

Louis Loraine. Barnett,
Charles H. Bolden.
Benjamin Hill.

DIED OF OTHER CAUSES.

Private Howard A. Mowery.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

Corporal Walter G. Caul.
Corporal John Murray.

PRIVATES.

Raphael Carbo,
John J Cook,
Robert B. Remington.

SLIGHTLY WOUNDED.

Lieut. Nathaniel C. Reed.

SERGEANTS.

George A. Gillespie,
Chester Smith.

CORPORALS.

Edward D. Brown,
Daniel Caplet,
Leon T. Colman,
Bernard F. Cunningham,
James E. Denice,
Joseph A. Dixon,
John C. Fleming,
Charles J. Frey,
Carroll W. Gleason,
Alfred Morin,
William H. Whitman,

MECHANICS.

Arthur F. Prescott,
Cook Victor A. Tatro,
Francis D. Quigley.

PRIVATES.

Alfred John Appleyard,
Angelo Ballandelli,
Harold V. Boggs,
John H. Breen,
Lufgi Cerullo,
Chester K. Cooper,
Napoleon Duhamel,
Daniel D. Erwin,
Louis Farona,
Albert Filteau,
Walter H. Fisher,
William S. Foster,
Bernard R. Garrity,
Thos. M. Gavain,
George E. Gochie,
Austin S. Harlow,
James W. Hyatt,
Harold R. Johnson,
Alfred J. Justice,
Thomas Kiely,
Thomas G. Lawton,
William H. Nicholson,
Mike Paternostro,
Rozzard J. Polizzotti,
Lester J. Rotch,
Frank C. Schroeder,
William Stomski,
Henry A. Sullivan,
William J. Tatro,
John W. Thomas,
Le Roy F. Webber,
August H. Wigren,
James Zambone,
Joseph Zapolsky.

MISSING IN ACTION.

Lieut. William H. Jenkins.
Lieut. Franklin B. Pedrick.

Ottawa, Ont., May 1 -- The names of the following Americans 
appeared today in the Canadian casualty list:

G. Dooley Blue, Champaign, Ill., killed in action.
J. T. Grayson, New York, wounded
A. E. Haskell, Boston, wounded
R. Fuller, Grinnell, Ia., wounded.
J. Ciminelli, Leetonia, O., wounded.
A. Vercellotti, Joliet, Ill.

FIRST LIEUTENANT CLAYTON E. INGERSOLL of Rockford, Ill., noted 
as an athlete of Lake Forest academy, where he was vice president 
of the class of '14, was killed in an accident behind the lines 
in France, where he was flying in a practice flight The news was 
received yesterday. He was 22 years old and a senior in Cornell 
university when he entered the reserve aviation corps, Lieut. 
Ingersoll's school record was praised yesterday by John W. 
Richards, head master of Lake Forest academy. He was a member of 
the first Fort Sheridan training school.
- Reported May 2, 1918 in the Chicago Tribune.

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