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World War I Casualty Lists - June 3, 1918


General Pershing Reports 36 Casualties; Killed in Action pass the 600 Mark

Washington, June 3. - The War Department today gave out a list of 36 casualties in the American army abroad, bringing the total to 6,700. The number killed in action has now passed the 600 mark. The day's list included the names of 4 killed in action, 3 died of wounds, 3 wounded in action to a degree undetermined, 16 wounded severely, 1 slightly wounded, 2 killed by accident, and 7 died of disease.

Three commissioned officers are included. Lieutenant Harry F. W. Johnson was killed in action. Lieutenant William Hepburn was severely wounded. Lieutenant George W. McCabe was wounded to a degree undetermined.

Summary of Army Casualties to Date

DeathsPreviously
Reported
Reported
June 3
Total
Killed in action ................................6004*605
Died of wounds ..................................2603263
Lost at sea .....................................2910291
Killed by accident ..............................2712273
Gas and other causes ............................75075
Killed or prisoner ..............................101
Died of disease .................................1,14271,149
Civilians .......................................707
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   Total Deaths ............................2,64716*2,664
Wounded .......................................3,69820*3,717
Captured .......................................73073
Missing .......................................2460*246
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   Grand Total ............................6,664366,700

* One previously reported wounded now reported killed in action.

Army Casualties Reported June 3.

Army casualties made public today, including names of next of kin and emergency addresses, are:

Killed In Action - - 4

Lieutenant

Johnson, Harry F. W.; Mrs. G. R. Johnson, South Bethlehem, Penn.

Sergeant

Ripley, Edward N.; Harry H. Ripley, 82 Bertram St., Malden, Mass.

Privates

Burns, Raymond J.; Harry Burns, 51 Columbia Terrace, Cambridge, Mass.
Lair, Benjamin F.; Mrs. Sarah G. Lair, 306 West 146th St., New York City.

Died of Wounds - - 3

Privates

Hudson, Eugene; Mrs. Charles Werner, Perry, Okla.
McCullough, Arthur; Mrs. John Leaper, Anamosa, Iowa.
Stone Elbert; Mrs. V. C. Stone, Route 4, Ida Grove, Iowa.

Died of Accident - - 2

Privates

Pratt, Albert A.; Thomas B. Pratt, 1,220 Bath St., Santa Barbara, Cal.
Springer, Robert; Mrs. Luce Springer, Coffeyville, Kan.

Died of Disease - - 7

Privates

Anderson, Edward; Charlie Anderson, Box 88 Deep River, Conn.
Bailey, Walter M.; Henry Bailey, 1,210 Morrow St., Wilkinsburg, Penn.
Frommeyer, Cornelius; Mrs. Eleanor Frommeyer, 4,743 Liberty Av., Pittsburgh, Penn.
Kastner, John; Mrs. John Haubl, 1,340 Fletcher St., Chicago, Ill.
Kruger, Henry J.; George Kruger, 1,810 De Smith Av., Spokane, Wash.
Lee, Leslie Robert; Mrs. Mamie Lee, 3,711 La Salle St., Chicago, Ill.
Martin, Robert G.; Mrs. Sarah L. Martin, 770 Ocean Av., Brooklyn, N.Y.

Wounded - Degree Undetermined - - 3

Lieutenant

McCabe, George W.; Mrs. H. C. McCabe, 1,807 Cherry St., Vicksburg, Miss.

Privates

Beemer, Bruce B.; Joseph D. Beemer, 215 Buntin St., Vincennes, Ind.
Nuedekow, Wasily; Tony Zaka, 174 Shelton St., Hartford, Conn.

Severely Wounded - - 16

Lieutenant

Hepburn, William; Mrs. William Hepburn, Windsor, Conn.

Corporals

Bodewig, Francis D.; Mrs. Mary Bodewig, Cedar Rapids, Neb.
Miller, August F.; August Miller, 19 Garden St., Seymour, Conn.
Morrow, Charlie T.; J. W. Morrow, Douglas, Ala.

Cook

Coart, Charles; Mrs. Joseph Coart, 75 Henry St., New Haven, Conn.

Privates

Carter, Oscar J.; Mrs. Queen Carter, Arlton, Ala.
Claverie, John P.; Mrs. A. J. McKenzie, Route No. 3, Box 56K, San Diego, Cal.
Coon, Hubert S.; Andrew Hansen, Route No. 1, Briggsville, Wis.
Hurt, George E.; Mrs. Mabel Sissons, Krumleigh Farm, Wallingford, Penn.
McDonald, John H.; L. L. Ransdell, 20 2d St., Wellington, Mass.
Mowinski, Sam; Mrs. Eva Mowinski, 120 Fogerty St., Michigan City, Ind.
North, Oliver; Mrs. Laura C. North, 134 West 11th St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Pinson, Clarence; John B. Pinson, Zebulon, Ky.
Ramsey, William B.; Mrs. W. F. Ramsey, Dunbar, Wis.
Staley, Harry S.; George Staley, Grayville, Ill.
Trostnski, Anton; Mrs. Frank Kunk, General Delivery, Dwyerville, Texas

Slightly Wounded - - 1

Private

Kurzynski, Frank; John Kurzynski, 225 Hennie St., Ripon, Wis.

Private Theodor Beniewez, previously reported wounded, is now reported killed in action. His emergency address id Mrs. Eva Boroski, Brandon Road, Webster, Mass.

Source: NY Times, June 4, 1918


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