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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON OCTOBER 2, 1918

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ARMY CASUALTIES

KILLED IN ACTION
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LIEUTENANT

John B. Graham, Philadelphia, Pa.

SERGEANTS

Frank A. Harris, Pine Grove, Pa.
Harry Hart, Oskaloosa, Ia.
Robert N. Patterson, Lisbon, O.
Frederick Preisig, East Orange, N. J.
Victor D. Wallace, Sprotts, Ala.

CORPORALS

Arthur Bye, Damascus, O.
Orville L. Easterday, North Liberty, Ind.
Alva C. Gripp, St. Charles, Ia.
James C. Hendrick, Montevallo, Ia.
Paul Lapp Hinkle, Chalfont, Pa.
James H. McWilliams, Masontown, Pa.

BUGLER

Henry Albert Sunday, Mecosta, Mich.

WAGONER

Clifton E. Collins, Norristown, Pa.

COOK

John Henry Privett, Lower Peachtree, Ala.

PRIVATES

Dominico Bennedetti, Rome, Italy.
Michael Campbell, New York City.
Matthew F. Carberry, New York City.
John H. Doty, Clemmons, N. C.
Carl Driver, Raleigh, N. C.
Joe H. Evans, Rockwood, Tenn.
Harry William Fair, New Bedford, O.
Henry O. Harris, Yazoo City, Miss.
George Edward Hewitt, Detroit, Mich.
Oscar P. Jensen, Bosin, Ia.
William Rudolph Lagragren, New York City.
Charles Lopez, West Palm Beach, Fla.
William W. McFarland, Choudrant, La.
Ralph Miller, Scranton, Pa.
Nile Mitchell, Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Irven E. Parker, White Cloud, Kas.
Oscar T. Peterson, Gowrie, Ia.
Harry V. Plessinger, Anderson, Ind.
Miles B. Ragland, Frankfort, Ky.
Cyrus Reed, St. Marys, O.
Frank E. Reilly, Bethlehem, Pa.
Herbert J. Remondet, Natchez, Miss.
Patrick Reynolds, New York City.
Joseph Rizzo, Brooklyn, N. Y.
John Tybulski, Russian Poland.
Ernest S. Vandemark, Everly, Ia.
Mike Vigna, San Pietro, Italy.
Albert A. Villmer, Old Mines, Mo.
Fred Allen, Rushville, Mo.
George S. Bitz, Toledo, O.
Jules David, Frisco, La.
Charles M. Doll, Easton, Pa.
Jasper Elkin, West Liberty, Ky.
John J. Frerichs, Austinville, Ia.
Raymond F. Fuller, Kinsman, O.
Theodore Gawer, Cannon, Mo.
Ira C. Goodwin, Elgin, O.
John Harkow, Terrebon, Russia.
Pete T. Harld, Madisonville, Ky.
Edward T. Harris, Rayminette, Ala.
Howard Head, Plainfield, Ind.
Ralph E. Heisler, Largo, Fla.
Louis Herrera, Mexico City, Mexico.
Henry L. Kane, New York City.
Georgee A. Kelch, Hawley, Pa.
Louis H. Klopfer, New York City.
Edward R. Kubik, Traer, Ia.
Joseph Malek, Mt. Pleasant, Pa.
James M. Mellon, Philadelphia, Pa
James Murphy, Keswick, Ia.
Hector Parquette, Watertown, Mass.
Franklin Peery, Knobnoster, Mo.
Charles Peterson, Dayton, Ia.
James J. Quinn, Ivy Station, Ga.
John J. Robinson, Grindstone, Pa.
Tom Scholtz, El Paso, Tex.
Samuel Sechrengost, Johnstown, Pa.
Frank Slupecki, Toledo, O.
William P. Taylor, Amazonia, Mo.
James F. Tenimon, Selma, Ala.
Carl Thompson, Columbus, Ga.
Wade Thompson, Sellars, S. C.
Henry W. Toepfer, Charles City, Ia.
Martin A. Treptow, Blomer, Wis.
Alexander Tyska, Detroit, Mich.
Peter Verde, Billings, Mont.
John J. Walsh, Utica, N. Y.
Clarence Wenlock, Philadelphia, Pa.

DIED FROM WOUNDS
================

SERGEANTS

Elmer R. Allison, Orrick, Mo.
Harry L. Hodge, Hazleton, Pa.
Axel N. Howalt, Duluth, Minn.
Oram Ritchey, Lancaster, Pa.
August W. Turnbull, Burchard, Neb.

CORPORALS

Colear E. Dobyns, Evington, Va.
Lewis C. Gray, Danville, Ill.
Sylvester J. Hoy, Port Carbon, Pa.
Aino Kampi, Conneaut, O.
Peachy G. Sanders, Dumbarton, Va.
Warren Daniel Shaw, Bradford, Pa.
Robert A. Smart, Greenfield, O.
James Thornton, Matthews, Ind.

PRIVATES

Robert A. Ables, Ravenswood, W. Va.
Grant Allen, Decola, W. Va.
Olaf A. Anderson, Albert Lea, Minn.
William Beasley, Tyrone, Ky.
Cecil C. Beck, Fort Payne, Ala.
Reuben Beck, Scotia, Neb.
Ernest Beth, Desplaines, Ill.
Christ Bogsted, Romdrup, Denmark.
Omer Boissonneau, Manchester, N. H.
Felippo Cosentino, Box 141, Lily, Pa.
Raymond E. Coyne, Pittsburg, Pa.
Matthew Curtain, Washington, D. C.
Royal L. Dahrens, Hanston, Kas.
Claymeal, Darcy, Gray, La.
James H. Detwiler, Marysville, O.
Thomas R. Doucett, Gloucester, Mass.
Robert Fox, Olin, Ky.
Robert H. Gage, Warren, Ark.
John M. Golladay, Rio, W. Va.
Sherman Horton, Carborhard, W. Va.
William C. Hutchison, Timothy, Wis.
Arthur Bernard Johnson, Little Falls, Minn.
Will Johnson, Boaz, N. Y.
Martin M. Kelly, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Michael Kuzina, Windber, Pa.
Harry Masloff, Pittsburgh, Pa.
William J. Merkle, Philadelphia, Pa.
Anton Morgenthaler, Lesucur, Minn.
Joe Morris, Alabama City, Ala.
Harry C. Nickel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Edward P. O'Brien Jr., Ballston Spa, N. Y.
Louis Otto, Pierce, Neb.
Herman E. Rennie, Malvern, O.
Davis K. Rice, Easton, Pa.
Morris E. Rosenfield, Towanda, Pa.
William H. Russell, New York City.
Leo Schill, Crothersville, Ind.
Robert O. Snelson, Indianola, Ia.
Otto Spaedtke, Oshkosh, Wis.
Florian Turcott, Augusta, Me.
Delma C. Webb, Centerville, Ia.
Amos Walker, Denver, Colo.
Joseph Williams, Washingtonville, O.
John Guion Young, Pittsburgh, Pa.

DIED OF DISEASE
================

CAPTAIN

Charles H. Gallagher, Ithaca, N. Y.

CORPORAL

Albert V. Ewin, Corsica, S. D.

PRIVATES

George W. Allred, Franklinville, N. C.
Edward O. Bailey, Bremont, Tex.
Lee Butler, Lovelady, Tex.
William M. Conkey, Avoca, Pa.
Willie Cork, Ackerman, Miss.
Paul H. Dillahunty, Idabel, Okla.
Alonzo C. Dumas, Brownsville, Tex.
Walter L. Golightly, Mallard, Tex.
Vint Bordetti, Coopersville, Mich.

DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES
===================================

LIEUTENANT

Elliott C. Weller, Rockwood, Pa.

CORPORALS

Norman S. Phillips, Darby, Pa.

PRIVATES

Harley Perle Gano, Washington, Kas.
Lewis Hauser, Lyons, Ind.
Alfred McCarty, Washington, Pa.
Edward McCarty, Pocatello, Idaho.
Pete Mike, Pittsburgh, Pa.

DIED FROM AEROPLANE ACCIDENT
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LIEUTENANT

Charles H. Upton, Arlington Heights, Mass.

WOUNDED SEVERELY
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CAPTAINS

West E. Blain, Chester, Pa.
Jay Herman Hennig, Buffalo, N. Y.

LIEUTENANTS

Roy Bryant, New Orleans, La.
John Thomas Melville, Quincy, Mass.

SERGEANTS

James A. McCallum, El Paso, Tex.
Lloyd I. Mulson, Coudley, Pa.

CORPORAL

John G. Griffith, Philadelphia, Pa.

PRIVATES

Edwin J. Baessler, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Francis C. Hodgson, Spokane, Wash.
George D. Liakopulos, Ripsi, Greece.
Benjamin Roth, New York City.
Harvey J. Vanhorn, Donnelly, Minn.
James Walsh, Yonkers, N. Y.
John Zimmerman, Detroit, Mich.
Maxie H. Ayers, San Diego, Cal.
Esco Baker, Sweathman, Miss.
Emil Berndt, Cedarburg, Wis.
John Boneger, Genoa, Wis.
William E. Boody, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Peter Edward Drust, Shamokin, Pa.
Francis Robert Emerson, Superior, Wis.
Adolph Geidel, New Britain, Ct.
Addison R. Gladden, Watongo, Okla.
Rene H. Guillemin, Mist, Cal.
Clyde W. Hall, Lafayette, Ind.
Ellis Isam Hash, Independence, Pa.
Dupre J. Herbert, Abbeville, La.
Ralph E. Bolcomb, Dubuque, Ia.
Axel O. Holmberg, Minneapolis, Minn.
William L. Hubbard, Alabama City, Ala.
Edwin M. Irwin, Portland, Me.
Walter J. Jamieson, Brandon, Ia.
Elmer A. Johnson, Rockaway Beach, N. Y.
Melvin R. Kanago, Merril, Ia.
Michael F. McGrath, New York City.
Henry L. McGuire, Adenia, Ark.
John W. Phillips, Bridgeboro, Ga.
George J. Pondish, Nesquehoning, Pa.
August Sagcheski, Cleveland, O.
Rathburn E. Satterlee, Spencer, Neb.
Clay R. Sawyers, Cornville, Ariz.
Walter L. Schoonover, Ames, Okla.
Herman Cerier, Holland, Mich.
Leonard A. Sewell, Springville, Miss.
John R. Slaven, Meadowdale, Va.
Ernest Smith, Boston, Mass.
Terry Lloyd Smith, Crystal Springs, Miss.
Jesse G. Stanton, Wakeeny, Kas.
Louis B. Stober, Sacramento, Cal.
Leslie Clifton Strauss, Meadville, Pa.
Eugene F. Curran, Dorchester, Mass.
Nick Deugustine, Italy.
Edward B. Dunn, Lynn, Mass.
Seconde Forgnone, Stevinson, Cal.
William J. Leahan, Philadelphia, Pa.
Barfie R. Long, Chadbourn, N. C.
Robert J. Milligan, West Philadelphia, Pa.
Anthony J. Mischefsky, Leavenworth, Kas.
Harley Francis Peterso, Titusville, Pa.
Louis A. Wise, Martins Ferry, O.
Harry W. Rager, Johnstown, Pa.
Daniel Rodriguez, Hillsboro, N. M.
John D. Rosenbaum, Cripple Creek, Va.
Daniel G. Roth, Pigeon, Mich.
Nick Spelios, Mazik, Greece.
Ruel U. Stacey, Sylacugh, Ala.
Maynard H. Tomb, Sheffield, Pa.
William Bethel Whidden, Culman, Fla.
Leo Wilt, Jeffersonville, O.

WOUNDED -- DEGREE UNDETERMINED
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PRIVATES

Ralph Line, Luxemburg, Wis.
Charles G. Martin, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Hezzy West, Bainbridge, Ga.

MISSING IN ACTION
=================

LIEUTENANTS

R. H. Ritter, Muncy, Pa.
George T. Wise, Washington, D. C.

SERGEANT

Raymond D. Welfe, Coeburn, W. Va.

CORPORALS

Joseph F. Geiger, Export, Pa.
Donald MacDonald, Caithnestouore, Scotland
James E. Swan, Denver, Colo.

MECHANIC

George M. Stewart, Norwood, Pa.

PRIVATES

Jack C. Arsenovich, Sandjak, Serbia.
James Bassano, Philadelphia, Pa.
Erwin A. Bergman, N. Hartford, Wis.
Dominick Country, Philadelphia, Pa.
Velice Di Francesco, Cusiano, Italy.
Walter A. Douglass, Hartsville, S. C.
John J. Doyle, Scranton, Pa.
Frank Ehrmantraut, San Antonio, Cal.
Charles B. Fenton, Roslyn, Va.
John V. Fitzgerald, Brooklyn, N. Y.
William Omar Graham, Wabash, Ind.
Rudolph M. Johnson, Chester, Pa.
Arthur T. Long, Vestaburg, Pa.
Manuel N. Lopes, Providence, R. I.
James A. McLane, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dominick Rickiewicz, Shenandoah, Pa.
Louis I. Schnuberth, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Albert Charles Seiler, Clyde, O.
Edward F. Swarts, Pottstown, Pa.
Ernest H. Winkeltau, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Albert A. Nichols, Strahan, Ia.
William Noviski, Olean, Russia.
Bernard O'Brien, Shamokin, Pa.
James Stewart Oxenham, Chelsea, Mass.
James Parks, Neenah, Wis.
Lee Peters, Apalachicola, Fla.
Charles E. Pingel, Mount Clemens, Mich.
Daniel D. Price, Marcus, Hook, Pa.
Isaac C. Quinn, Pacolet, S. C.
George T. Ream, Falconer, N. Y.
Carmino Renzo, Schenectady, N. Y.
George Dewey Rupert, Ford City, Pa.
James Sandora, Wilson, Pa.
Harold Schiele, Put-in-Bay, O.
Harvey W. Seeds, Miami, Fla.
Samuel Sessions, Nocatee, Fla.
James L. Sheridan, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Eugene V. Sherman, Wachula, Fla.
John Anthony Showalter, Jeannette, Pa.
Robert J. Skelton, Quinton, Ala.
Albert A. Snyder, Paterson, N. J.
Joseph R. Sockol, Beloit, Wis.
Charles G. Spence, Peach Bottom, Pa.
Adolphus Stephens, Englis, Fla.
Gustav Teyssier, Corapolis, Pa.
John Tracy, Coffey, Mo.
Ruddick Trowbridge, Monticello, N. Y.
James Andrew Tullan, Stockton, Cal.
Stinson C. Verdell, Jacksonport, Ark.
Jacob I. Walker, Norristown, Pa.
Martin Wells, Dubois, Pa.
William Wiegand, Gatesville, Tex.
Norval W. Wiggins, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Charles W. Wiseman, Marston, Mo.
Joseph T. Zairo, McAdoo, Pa.
William D. Ziesche, Pittsburgh, Pa.

KILLED IN ACTION -- PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING
===============================================

LIEUTENANTS

Daniel W. Cassard, Grand Rapids, Mich.
John H. Stevens, Albion, N. Y.

CORPORAL

Ruel M. Bond, Corvallis, Ore.

PRIVATES

Mike Abbott, Manchester, N. Y.
Willie D. Eubanks, Charlieville, La.
Joseph A. Heathcote, Philadelphia, Pa.

DIED OF WOUNDS -- PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING
=============================================

LIEUTENANT

Fred W. Norton, Columbus, O.

WOUNDED -- PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING
======================================

PRIVATES

Everett Archer, Akron, O.
Clessie C. Brasle, Lakewood, Ill.
Thomas Brennan, Rochester, N. Y.
Willie J. Burk, Burr, West Va.
Elmer Cook, Christopher, Ill.
Arthur S. Flynn, New Albany, Ind.
John A. Harmon, Terre Haute, Ind.
Frank E. Honaker, Beckley, W. Va.
Thomas R. Lynch, Astoria, N. Y.
Frank J. Morey, Brockton, Mass.
Thomas W. O'Donnell, Wamego, Kas.
Harley W. Page, Koleen, Ind.
John Rorh, Spanway, Wash.
James A. Rutan, Rochester, N. Y.
Clyde G. Walls, Lawsonham, Pa.
Herman Wilson, Stuyvesant Falls, N. Y.

IN HOSPITAL -- PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING
==========================================

PRIVATES

Antonio Turco, Italy.
Jesse F. Woodward, Fort Smith, Ark.
Roland S. Zeigler, Longview, Tex.

RETURNED TO MILITARY CONTROL -- PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING
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PRIVATE

William H. Matthews, Kipling, N. C.

EARLY LIST

KILLED IN ACTION
================

LIEUTENANTS

Milton A. Matthews, Fitchburg, Mass.
James A. Moseley Glenridge, N. J.

SERGEANTS

Dennis J. Bessie, Nashua, N. H.
Charles E. Denon, Long Island, N. Y.
George S. Kerr, East Orange, N. J.
Thomas J. O'Boyle, Columbus, O.
Ernest Blantin, Gaylordsville, Conn.
Earl Lafferty, Easton, Pa.
William B. McLaughlin, New York.

CORPORALS

Bud Andrews, Elba, Ala.
John J. Booth, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clarence M. Elliott, Fort Dodge, Ia.
Pierce H. Flowers, Coin, Ia.
Carl L. Hiltibrant, Buena Vista, O.
William F. Munsey, Logan, W. Va.
Charles A. Snyder, Canandaigua, N. Y.
Tom F. Barto, Bellingham, Wash.
John A. Cronin Jr., Mount Vernon, N. Y.
Wilber Crowder, Birmingham, Ala.
Maurice Stephenson, Red Oak, Ia.

MECHANIC

Patrick J. Rodgers, Benwood, W. Va.

WAGONER

Edd W. Sparks, Headrick, Okla.

PRIVATES

Alfred F. Bollhoefer, Jamaica, N. Y.
Thomas D. Commander, Hartford, Ala.
Nathan Cooperman, Philadelphia, Pa.
Bazil E. Cowell, Moravia, Ia.
George Cronn, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Cecil C. Cumming, Rolfe, Ia.

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CHICAGOANS IN THE LISTS

ARMY

KILLED IN ACTION
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SERGEANT

Sullivan, Stanley Francis, 5831 South Artesian avenue

CORPORAL

Kelly, Patrick J., 2318 South Oakley boulevard

PRIVATES

Hutchins, Creighton, 2153 Jackson boulevard
Kapschull, William M., 2231 West 21st street
Kater, George V., 3444 West North avenue
Dempsey, Bruno S., 6448 South Sangamon street.

DIED OF DISEASE
===============

PRIVATE

Jeka, John Edward, 1615 Keenon street.

DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES
===================================

CORPORAL

Stenbom, Harry R., 4305 North Drake avenue.

WOUNDED SEVERELY
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Koehl, Henry F., 210 Florimond street.
Mazur, Jack, 1419 West Forty-fifth street.
Gillespie, Thomas J., 3230 North Troy street.
Wodynski, Ignace, 1814 Thomas street.

MARINES

KILLED IN ACTION
================

PRIVATES

Halvorsen, Heary O., 4345 McLean avenue.
Probert, Francis, 312 South Whipple street.
Quilter, James J. W., 3326 Walnut street.

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Louis Cusato, Hoboken, N. J.
Clyde M. Cushman, Council Bluffs, Ia.
Andrew Dever, Achill Sound, Ireland.
Philip Ford, New York City.
Roger Glenn Fountain, Broken Bow, Neb.
John A. Gabrielson, Medicine Hat, Canada.
Elmer A. Hoffman, Clarinda, Ia.
Loren O. Hollister, Mapleton, Ia.
James Houska, Huron, S. D.
Charles M. Hudson, Clarinda, Ia.
William R. Hurst, New York City.
Percy D. Hyatt, Andover, O.
Henry Ingle, Pounding Mill, Va.
Vonley Johnson, Williamsport, O.
James M. Jones, Ladoga, Ind.
Tony E. Kashon, Rosedale, Ind.
James W. Keith, Omaha, Neb.
Adam Kweder, Shenandoah, Pa.
Albert Lambert, Mill Creek, W. Va.
Frank Neroni, Abruzzi, Italy.
Oscar E. Norris, Troy, Ala.
Walter Norutavice, Oglesby, Ill.
James M. Oliver, Orchard Hill, Ga.
Henry N. Ostendorf, Edwardsville, Ill.
Charles C. Rismiller, Leesport, Pa.
Ned H. Rogers, Winterset, Ia.
Giuseppe Scaricamazza, Terame, Abruzzi, Italy.
Willie Schlie, Dennison, Ia.
George L. Schultz, Bethlehem, Pa.
John E. Snodgrass, Wilmington, O.
William H. Spence, Peach Bottom, Pa.
Steffin Stavrakis, San Francisco, Cal.
Gottfried Abraham, Beaver Falls, Pa.
Walter Arbuckel, Seymour, Ind.
Erie H. Arndt, Royalton, Wis.
Lorin Lamorn Ashpaugh, Laketon, Ind.
William F. Atchinson, Thomasville, Ala.
Roman Borefskie, Shenandoah, Pa.
George K. Botts, Churchville, N. Y.
Buie W. Boydoh, Monongah, W. Va.
William E. Bradley, Abbeville, Ala.
William Z. Brammel, Alexandria, Ind.
Marion R. Campbell, Grant, Ia.
Charles W. Caplinger, Camby, Ind.
James Robert Carver, Edmond, W. Va.
Howard Ccurts, Ripley, O.
George T. Cullom Lexington, Mo.
Fred Ekelmann, Cleveland, O.
John E. Flipo, Corona, Ala.
Francisco Galtieri, Syracuse, N. Y.
Leon Popedore Goff. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Cyril A. Graham, Knox City, Mo.
Floyd Graham, Hardenburg, N. Y.
George E. Graves, Hazelhurst, Miss.
Jacob Hablitzel Jr., Eustis, Neb.
Arington Winfield Kinney, Binghamton, N. Y.
Fred J. Lamphere, Whiteboro, N. Y.
Raymond A. Landua, Medford, Wis.
John B. Lane, New York.
Lindsey Lanning, Beulah, Mo.
Ted Larkowski, Dannebrog, Neb.
Maurice Lazar, Shenandoah, Pa.
James D. McDonald, Gainsville, Fla.
Frank Miller, Davenport, Ia.
William C. Miller, Ellington, Conn.
Kenneh E. Moore, Bloomfield, Ia.
Millard M. Moore, Sandusky, O.
Joseph Nathaniel Murray, Blackville, S. C.
Amos Andrew Jackson Myers, Jeannette, Pa.
Frank M. O'Brien, South Fargo, N. D.
Earl H. Pain, Pequoneck, Conn.
James Reuben Samuel, Woodford, Va.
James Santore, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Harold Shaeffer, Storm Lake, Ia.
Burget L. Shearer, Geneseo, Ill.
Lloyd Sheets, Sunbury, O.
William L. Sheets, Ludex, N. C.
Marion R. Shepard, Hamilton, O.
William W. Shepard, Carnegie, Okla.
Ralph Stambaugh, Falls Church, Va.
Normand David Stuchell, Bradford, Pa.
Louis Suess, Oshkosh, Wis.
Ferral N. Suiter, Sutherland, Va.
Julius Seaman, Baltimore, Md.
William Amos Seekford, Stanley, Va.
James E. Smith, Jefferson, Ia.
Howard South, Massena, Ia.
John W. Whetstone, Pattonsburg, Mo.

DIED FROM WOUNDS
================

SERGEANT

Clarence S. Chatfield, Cable, O.

CORPORALS

Peter Contini, Tula Sassari, Italy.
Howard H. Parker, Philadelphia, Pa.

PRIVATES

John Levy, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Joseph Pelito, Philadelphia, Pa.
John F. Richardson, Parsons, Kas.
Tolbert Joseph Snipes, Kennett, Mo.
Furman D. Stribling, Columbia, S. C.
Frank Gillen, Fort Ritner, Ind.
Harry J. Hearttor, Reinerton, Pa.
Carl Raymond Keller, Connersville, Ind.
Bernard Levin, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Alexander Loeser, East Orange, N. J.
John H. Marceile, Cecil, Pa.
Emile Sommerla, Leavenworth, Kas.
John C. Spooner, Sherman Mills, Me.
Velpo M. Stewart, Brookville, Fla.
William Strovinski, Bridgeport, Conn.

MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
=======================

WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept. 26. -- Marine corps casualties reported 
by the commander of the American overseas forces and issued today 
totaled 66.

KILLED IN ACTION
================

SERGEANTS

Harry Bowness, Montrose, Can.
Robert D. Johnson, Fort Thomas, Ky.
Charles S. Richardson, Urbanna, Va.

CORPORALS

Albert E. Bartelt, Stettin, Wis.
William F. Kahl, Lancaster, Pa.
Douglas K. Law, Cecilia, Ky.
Gordon McC. Mercer, Demopolis, Ala.

PRIVATES

John R. Adams, Saluieville, O.
Bert Belcher, Rochester, N. Y.
Harold W. Beltman, Tower City, N. D.
Walter H. Berger, Maderia, O.
Charles H. Boettcher, Cincinnati, O.
Dudley B. Brantley, Middlesex, N. C.
Darrell D. Clingan, Willow Springs, Mo.
Albert L. Cronenberg, New Orleans, La.
Joseph R. Deyon, Toulumne, Cal.
Ernest A. Erickson, Beldenville, Wis.
Fletcher L. Farley, Bancroft, Neb.
William M. Garrett, Edith, Tenn.
William R. Harper, Harrisburg, Ill.
Conrad L. Johnson, Mayville, N. D.
George C. Johnson, Muskegon, Mich.
Manuel Johnson, St. Louis, Mo.
Otto Kanserske, Cleveland, O.
William J. Kehoe, Spokane, Wash.
Charles L. Kelley, Everett, Wash.
George P. Kotalik, Ashley, Pa.
William J. Mahrer, Philadelphia, Pa.
Victor E. Mesplay, St. Louis, Mo.
Lawrence B. Miller, Plaquemine, La.
Milton G. Miller, St. Louis, Mo.
Orlie E. Moore, Cleveland, O.
Lester W. Mullins, Pagosa Springs, Colo.
Ralph R. Munsel, Spokane, Wash.
James E. Owens, Bennett, Colo.
Percy S. Page, Clark, Ky.
Albert S. Pomeroy, Toledo, O.
Charles E. Suiter, Natchez, Miss.
Frank Tucker, Milwaukee, Wis.
Martin L. Welch, Gloucester, Mass.

DIED OF WOUNDS
==============

SERGEANTS

Erwin Danford, Quaker City, O.
George Sutherland.

CORPORAL

Lewis Wagaman, Woodlawn, Pa.

PRIVATES

Carl F. Baude, Louisville, Ky.
Benjamin G. Cutting, Glasgow, Mont.
William R. Kunkel, Lone Fountain, Va.
Richard Mazereeuw, Grand Rapids, Mich.
John Montgomery, Chelsea, Ga.
Orval C. Qualls, Davidson, Okla.
Jacob W. Spake, Dallas, Tex.
Herman H. Von Glahn, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Ottawa, Ontario, Sept. 26. -- The following names of middle 
westerners appear in today's overseas casualty list:

KILLED IN ACTION
================

C. R. Anthony, Lincoln, Ill.
J. A. King, Oshkosh, Wis.
F. B. Riley, Detroit, Mich.

GASSED
======

H. A. Swarthout, Detroit, Mich.

ERRONEOUSLY REPORTED MISSING
============================

C. A. Goodrich, Chicago.
R. B. Rutan, Detroit, Mich.

FROM THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE, October 2, 1918:

CHICAGO FLYER CAPTURED; TWO OFFICERS IN LIST
Casualty Report Contains 21 City Names on Tuesday.
CHICAGO'S WAR HEROES
Day's Toll of Dead and Wounded. Include Three Lieutenants, a 
Corporal, and Five Privates. 
Chicago casualties reported officially yesterday were:

Killed in action 3
Died of wounds 2
Died from accident and other causes 2
Wounded severely 13
Missing in action 1
-- 21
Lieut. John Andrews King, son of Mrs. Rockwell King, well known 
Chicago woman, living at 154 East Superior street, is a prisoner in 
Germany, the war department announced last night.
Lieut. King as a member of the United States aviation corps. He 
received his preliminary training at Champaign and Rantoul. He had 
been in service in France since last March. On July 28, 1917, he 
married Miss Helen Hinde, daughter of Thomas Woodnutt Hande, La Salle 
street broker, living at 1524 Astor street, where Mrs. King is now 
residing.
No details of his capture were disclosed in the war department 
announcement, but, as he was a member of a combat group, his friends 
believe his machine became disabled while he was engaged in aerial 
fighting, compelling him to make a landing behind the German lines.

Acting Captain Wounded.
Lieut. William L. Mack, wounded severely, lived at 707 Montrose 
avenue. He is a graduate of the Culver (Ind.) Military academy. He 
received his commission as lieutenant at' Plattsburg. He was with the 
Three Hundred and Fifth infantry and was acting captain at the time 
he was wounded.
Lieut. Henry C. A. Mead, unded severely, is a son of Prof. George H. 
Mead of the University of Chicago. He is with Battery D. Sixteenth 
filed artillery. He was _?_ of the first officers' training 
camp at Fort Sheridan. His wife, Mrs. Irene Mead, is a daughter of 
Prof. James H. Tufts of the University of Chicago, living at 5551 
University avenue.
Other casualties were private Samuel Kooistra, 325 West One Hundred 
and Fourth place, died of wound. Private Ernesta M. Schachtner of 
company B. Twenty sixth infantry, residence 1825 North Kedzie avenue. 
wounded severely; Private Fred E. Bear, company D, Three Hundred and 
Fifth infantry, residence 143 South Wells street, wounded severely.

Reports by Relatives.
Relatives reported a number of casualties to THE TRIBUNE, among them 
Private George Hochstrasser of the One Hundred an Thirty-fourth 
infantry, killed in action, residence 1203 South Fifth avenue, Maywood; 
Private Wilfred Francis Morin, Company I, One Hundred and Thirty-first 
infantry. gassed, son of Mrs. Joseph W. Schick, 6311 Drexel avenue; 
Corporal Roy W. Chase, wounded slightly, son of Joseph E. Chase of 
2316 Sheffield avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. John Austin Bellows of Wilmette received notification 
that their son, Lieut. Franklin Bellows of the United States aviation 
corps, had been killed in aerial combat. He was 23 years old and a 
graduate of Northwestern university. The father is president of the 
Hanson-Bellows company, publishers, at 104 South Michigan avenue.
Miss Florence Kendall of 852 Lakeside place received world yesterday 
that her brother, Private Walter R. Kendall of Company G. Twenty-sixth 
infantry, had been killed in action. He enlisted April 30, 1917, and 
went to France in August of the same year. He was unmarried.

Mother Seeks Verification.
Mrs. Mary Fallon of 4143 Potomac avenue has received a private 
telegram reading that her son, Private Edward F. Fallon, Company A, 
Seventeenth engineers, died of Pneumonia at Camp Forest, Georgia. She 
has been trying to obtain official verification.
Mrs. J. W. Schloesser of 4727 Magnolia avenue has been notified 
through the Red Cross that two of her cousins, William and Carl 
Waekerle, fighting with the Germany army, have been killed. Mrs. 
Schloesser, has two sons in the United States military service.
Priv. Ragnar Paulson, a machine gunner with Company H, One Hundred 
and Thirty-first infantry, was wounded severely Aug. 9, relatives 
informed THE TRIBUNE last night. He lived at 1842 Greenleaf avenue.
Names of all Chicagoans officially announced will be found in the 
casualty lists.

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