genealogy
Searches  |  Surnames  |  City Directories  |  School Alumni  |  Obituaries   |  Military Records  |  US States  |  SSDI


World War I Casualty Lists - May 16, 1918


48 Army Casualties Overseas Announced; 3 Men Killed in Action and 41 Wounded

Washington, May 22. - The War Department today gave out a list of 48 casualties in the American army abroad, bringing the total to 6,108, after eliminating one previously reported missing, but who has now rejoined his company. The list included the names of 3 killed in action, 2 died of wounds, 38 wounded severely, 3 wounded slightly, and 2 died of disease. One commissioned officer is included. Lieutenant Robert H. Long was severely wounded.

Summary of Army Casualties to Date

DeathsPreviously
Reported
Reported
May 22
Total
Killed in action ..............................509 3 512
Died of wounds ................................197 2 199
Lost at sea ...................................238 0 238
Killed by accident ............................245 0 245
Gas and other causes ..........................74 0 74
Killed or prisoner ............................1 0 1
Died of disease ...............................1,066 2 1,068
Civilians .....................................7 0 7
_______________
   Total Deaths ............................2,33772,344
Wounded .......................................3,433413,474
Captured .......................................67067
Missing .......................................2240*223
_______________
   Grand Total ............................6,06148*6,108

Army Casualties Reported May 22.

Army casualties reported today, including name of next of kin and emergency address, are:

Killed In Action - - 3

Corporal

O'Neil, Mark L.; P. J. O'Neil, Hallstead, Penn.

Privates

Dahlin, Henry; Gus Dahlin, 1,614 Iowa Av., Superior, Wis.
Miller, Harry N.; William E. Miller, 6,715 Chestnut Av., Kansas City, Mo.

Died of Disease - - 2

Sergeant

Crowder, Frank T.; Thomas Crowder, 729 Missouri St., Lawrence, Kan.

Civilians

Green, Francis; Mrs. Sarah Green, 424 24th Av., San Francisco, Cal.

Died of Wounds - - 2

Corporal

Speck, Thomas G.; Miss Agnes Speck, Livingston, Tenn.

Private

Youngell, Joe C.; Mrs. Anna Youngell, Commonwealth, Wis.

Wounded Severely - - 38

Lieutenant

Long, Robert H.; Mrs. Winnie Long, 4,109 Caroline St., Houston, Tex.

Sergeants

Long, Tim; Miss Helen Gilkinson, 343 West 65th St., Chicago, Ill.
McCormick, Leighton; Mrs. Mary A. McCormick, 627 East 7th St., Wilmington, Del.
Mashewsky, Alex; Gus Mashewsky, 1,645 Racine St., Racine, Wis.
Rhode, Albert; Edward Ritter, 1,216 East St., Pittsburgh, Penn.
Tippet, John R.; William Tippat, Thompsonville, Ill.

Corporals

Bailey, Elben D.; Daniel Bailey, Poca, W. Va.
Crinklaw, Earl E.; Herbert B. Crinklaw, 1,227 3d Av., Great Falls, Mon.
Kasmalski, Charles; Anton Kasmalski, 2,502 Augusta St., Chicago, Ill.
Mihalich, John, George Mihalich, Streator, Ill.
Newman, John F.; John B. Newman, 136 Main St., Hartford, Conn.
Wiltrout, Claude; Amil Pechine, 1,400 West 14th St., Junction City, Kan.

Wagoner

Coble, Harry C.; Mrs. Lizzie Palzer, Solomon, Kan.

Privates

Attura, Joseph; Giuseppe Sarafini, 149 15th St., Renovo, Penn.
Chrest, James; George Chrest, 139 South Reo St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Garbacik, John; Miss Annie Garbacik, 106 Hammond Av., Detroit, Mich.
Gillette, Floyd C.; Mrs. Mary Gillette, Caldwell, Kan.
Graham, Charles M.; Joseph M. Graham, Hope, Ind.
Griffith, Cassius J.; Mrs. Nellie Griffith, 12 Brewer Court, Pontiac, Mich.
Harris, John D.; Sam K. Harris, 29 Locust St., Pittsburgh, Penn.
Kaczor, Tony; Valentine Kaczor, Stanley, Wis.
Keyes, Benjamin G.; Mrs. Charles Keyes, 1,205 Peach St., Alameda, Cal.
Lonning, Bert B.; Mrs. B. E. Lonning, Thor, Iowa.
McArn, John J.; Mrs. Rosa B. McArn, Short Leaf, Ala.
Marberry, Hart R.; Mrs. Ada Dougherty, 21 South Chadburn St., San Angelo, Texas.
Marrin, Morris; Isadore Walkin, 359 South 3d St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Mulhall, Howard W.; George J. Mulhall, 88 Broad St., Boston, Mass.
Nelson, Bert Montevel; Scott Nelson, Picketts, Wis.
Paracka, John; John Paracka, Ellsworth, Penn.
Perry, Joseph; Salvatore Perry, Larchmont, N.Y.
Plyler, Charlie C.; Mrs. Ara F. Plyler, White St., Spartanburg, S.C.
Pullyard, Christopher E.; Mrs. Mary Pullyard, Main St., Sangerville, Me.
Reis, Charles; Mrs. Elizabeth Reis, 307 Webster Av., Astoria, L.I.
Salyers, Fred R.; Elbert Salyers, Wise, Va.
Sothard, Hubert B.; Joseph M. Sothard, 1,036 Lee St., Covington, Ky.
Summers, William R.; Mrs. Lula D. Summers, 302 Landon Av., Syracuse, N.Y.
Weisler, Henry; Benjamin Weisler, 300 South 2d St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Yoder, Oliver D.; Daniel F. Yoder, Gunn City, Mo.

Wounded Slightly - - 3

Privates

Burke, Frederick; John Burke, 24, Sanford St., East Haven, Conn.
Flaherty, Edward P.; J. S. Buchanan, 176 Mount Hope St., Roslyndale, Boston, Mass.
Hewitt, William A.; Mrs. Francis F. Hewitt, 200 Church St., Newton, Mass,

The War Department today announced that in the casualty list of May 21 the emergency address of Private John Kelso should read Emad, Allen Parish, La.

Source: NY Times, May 23, 1918


Browse Additional Databases

World War I


Browse Records by Era / War / Subject

American Revolution

Spanish American War

U.S. Civil War

The Great White Fleet - 1907

World War I

World War II

Korean War Casualties

Vietnam War Casualties

Civil War Medal of Honor Recipients

WWI Medal of Honor Recipients

WWII Medal of Honor Recipients


Related Records / Resources:


Home Page  |  Friends  |  Privacy Policy  |  Link to Us