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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON MARCH 19-20, 1918

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CASUALTY LIST PUBLISHED MARCH 19, 1918:
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KILLED IN ACTION

Sergt. Paul H. Long

Privates

Robert L. Clausen
Wm. H. Hammet
M. B. Morrison
Ira J. Rogers
William T. Smith
Trimble C. Sparks
Ray C. Walden

KILLED OR PRISONER

Capt. James E. Miller

DIED OF WOUNDS

Corporal Charles H. Burke
Corporal Robert D. West

Privates

Crawford Z. Ables
Moffard E. Breese
Frank A. Coyle
H. D. Gentry

DIED OF DISEASE

Sergt. Richard H. Ellis
Corporal Charles Adams

Privates

Eleck J. Berg
Grant H. Cutler
Anton Hillman
Cook L. T. Freeman
Daniel F. Kelly
Elmer Jackson
Geo. Schwabauer
John S. Slater
R. W. Williams
Johnnie Wright

DIED OF ACCIDENT

Lieut. John G. Kelly

SEVERELY WOUNDED

Lieut. Edmund P. Glover
Corporal Oliver N. Ginther

Privates

S. W. Harding
John E. McCabe
Mechanic W. M. Maxwell

SLIGHTLY WOUNDED

Lieut. John B. Graham
Lieut. George H. Pendelton

Corporals

Howard A. Lerch
Dott A. Warren
Anthony Dicello
Graham R. Negus
D. B. Sweptston

Privates

Harry O. Joly
John H. McGlown
Geo. Herrancourt
Paul E. Weichel

FROM THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE - MARCH 19, 1918:
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THREE MORE OF REILLY'S BOYS IN CASUALTIES

One Dead from Disease, Belief, and Two Are Wounded. 

Three more men of Col. Henry J. Reilly's One Hundred and Forty-ninth 
field artillery were named in the casualty list issued by the war 
departmen at Washington yesterday.

In the list of "Died of Disease" was carried the name " Johnnie Wright," 
a pneumonia victim. A careful check of the complete roster of the 
regiment disclosed that there was no "Johnnie" but that there was a 
Don E. Wright, member of Battery B.

Parents Out of City.

Parents of Don E. Wright were found to be living in widely separated 
parts of the United States -- the father, Dr. L. O. Wright, in San 
Jose, Cal., and the mother, Mrs. E. A. Klingenberg, at Milwaukee. 
Messages of inquiry were dispatched by THE TRIBUNE, but replies had 
not been received at a late hour last night. Wright's Chicago address 
was given as 3120 Calumet avenue.

Danville's list of wounded for the week was increased to eleven with 
the wounding of Privates John E. McCabe and Elmer J. Bell, both of 
Battery A. McCabe, who is reported severely wounded, is a son of Mrs. 
Mary McCabe. Bell, who is only slightly wounded, is a son of Mrs. 
Lida Bell. He has made his home at Danville for a number of years.

Proud of Wounded Son.

Mrs. May Whitford of Waterman, a Chicago suburb, was at work in an 
American Red Cross shop there yesterday when she received a message 
that her only son, Lawrence, had been wounded in action in France 
March 13.

"I am proud of my boy," she said. "He is the first boy from Waterman 
to be wounded."

James V. Lyons, a member of Battery D. Sixth United States field 
artillery and son of the late Capt. Patrick Lyons of the Chicago fire 
department, has been wounded and is now recovering at a base hospital 
in France, according to a message received yesterday by his mother 
from the war department. The Lyons home is at 1441 Hollywood avenue.


CASUALTY LIST PUBLISHED MARCH 20, 1918:
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KILLED IN ACTION

Capt. Phelps Collins
Private Frank J. Konopek

DIED OF ACCIDENT

Lieut. George O. Middleditch
Cadet Edward B. Butler
Private Martin J. Murphy

DIED OF WOUNDS

Privates

Alma M. Martin, Wilbur Wilkerson
Art P. Vaudreiul

DIED OF DISEASE

Sergt. William F. Carroll, pneumonia

Privates

Jas. F. Alford
Chas. R. Burtch
Herman Crosby
Tommie Dudley
Frank E. Fisher
Arvel Johnson
Darre, Montez
Ralph H. Peters
James W. Moore
Emanuel Scott
Oliver W. Seaton

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