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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON APRIL 1-3, 1918

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CASUALTY LIST PUBLISHED APRIL 1, 1918:
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KILLED IN ACTION.

Private Martin O'Connors.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

Private Lawrence E. Redmond.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

Private Alfred Speigle.

DIED OF DISEASE.

Corporal James Leopold Loehr.
Corporal California True.

PRIVATES.

Clement Bason,
Charles Brown,
Dewey H. Douglas,
Herman Hahn,
William Edgar Murphy,
Percy C. Seay,
Robert Thill.

WOUNDED SLIGHTLY.

Lieut. Walter L. Hardenbrook.
Lieut. Talbot T. Speer.
Lieut. Guy Daniel Tibbetts.
Sergt. Alfred J. Bergeron.
Sergt. Dewey J. Hooper.
Corporal Joe Ruben.
Corporal John Wilson.
Bugler Joseph Kunz.

PRIVATES.

F. J. Bedrnicek,
George N. Bell,
Pelegrino Cavazza,
Walter Decelle,
Jerry Ferde,
George F. Gehr,
W. L Lawrence,
R. L. Rutledge.

Article from April 1, 1918, Chicago Tribune:
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Private Frank Czeska, ordnance department, Fort Dodge, Ia., 
was buried in St. Alphonso cemetery, Lemont, yesterday 
afternoon. He died of pneumonia en route to the east from 
Fort Dodge. The funeral was marked by full military honors.

CASUALTY LIST PUBLISHED APRIL 2, 1918:
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KILLED IN ACTION.

Private William Rapp.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

Private Edward Fisher.

DIED OF DISEASE.

Privates.

Pearson Round,
Geo. Fitzsimmons,
J. E. Stinchcomb,
Francis Welles.

SEVERELY WOUNDED.

Privates.

Eugene W. Elstun,
Joseph Nowak.

SLIGHTLY WOUNDED.

First Lieut. George E. Boyd,
Sergt. Joseph Petrush,
Corporal Milton Willard,
Wagoner Frank Lucy.

Privates.

Homer Ayler,
H. F. Buchbinder,
Howard H. Crum,
Moses Fischer,
F. J. Galvin,
Zed S. Honaker,
Samuel W. Kopp,
Clifford Ledford,
Fred Warnasch.
Lonnie R. Rouse,
Harlee C. Smith,
Troy A. Tarwater,
John K. Urban,

Ottawa, Ont., April 1. -- F. J. Bourdon of Pullman, Ill., 
has been gassed while fighting with Canadian overseas forces, 
today's casualty list announced.

Article from April 2, 1918, Chicago Tribune:
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Wichita Falls, Tex., April 1. -- Second Lieut. Byron Jackson Jr. of 
San Francisco, Cal., was killed at Call field today, when the machine 
in which he was flying crashed to earth from a distance of 1,500 
feet. A cadet who was with Lieut. Jackson was slightly injured.

CASUALTY LIST PUBLISHED APRIL 3, 1918:
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DIED OF WOUNDS.

Second Lieut. John B. Graham.
Private Eugene W. Elstun.

DIED OF ACCIDENT.

Private Frank Henesek.

DIED OF DISEASE.

Wagoner Lyle Vern Rhoades.
Cook Thomas L. Fitzpatrick.

Privates.

Melvin Mathison. Fredk. J. Sullivan.

DIED OF OTHER CAUSES.

Mechanic Fred Harbo.
Private Robert Henry Titzel.

WOUNDED SLIGHTLY.

First Lieut. Henry K. Dillard Jr.
Second Lieut. Andrew Calhoun.
Corporal Maurice Silverman.
Cook Charles Capistrand.

Privates.

Glen H. Caldwell.
Earl J. Campbell.
Harry G. Dexter.
James C. Ferguson.
Graden B. Godfrey.
Stanley Golzind.
James F. McHale.
John S. Stalka.
E. F. Weinman Jr.

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