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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

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SEARCH JUST THE CASUALTY REPORTS:
First Name:
Last Name:

During World War I, the commanding 
general of the American expeditionary 
forces and the War Department issued
daily casualty lists from the overseas
operations to the major newpaper outlets
for public notification.
According to Robert Wilde, editor of the
European History section of About.com,
"there is no - and there will never be - 
a definitive list of the casualties 
inflicted during World War One".

What can a family researcher get out of 
these files for their family tree?

- The fact that your ancestor had
  a military record
- The fact that he/she fought in
  World War I
- An approximate date of death or
  injury
- Was your ancestor a POW?
- Your ancestor's rank or job while
  serving.
- You may find a middle initial
  that you didn't have.
- The town where your ancestor lived.
- These lists are transcribed from old
  newspaper clippings from the New York
  Times, Chicago Tribune, and the Dallas
  Morning News.   Some of the lists will
  have additional information on locals
  who were casualties.   This type of 
  information will be found toward the 
  bottom of the page.

Other valuable World War I resources
which contain valuable genealogy data:

U.S. Naval Deaths, World War I

Pennsylvania Fallen Soldiers of the Great War

346th Infantry, World War I

374th Aero Squadron, World War I

World War I Genealogy and History Page

Military Rosters Search Engine

World War I Draft Registration Cards ($)

U.S. World War I Mothers' Pilgrimage, 1930

Kansas 353rd Infantry Regiment in World War I ($)

Lakewood, OH WWI Casualties




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