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World War I Casualty Lists - June 1, 1918


57 Casualties on General Pershing's List Include 3 Killed in Action, 28 Wounded

Washington, June 1. - The War Department today gave out a list of 57 casualties in the American army abroad. It also announced that a soldier previously reported missing had returned to duty, eliminating one from the total number of casualties previously reported. The new casualties reported today bring the grand total to 6,579.

The list included the names of 3 killed in action, 6 died of wounds, 1 died in an airplane accident, 17 severely wounded, 11 slightly wounded, 9 missing in action, and 10 died of disease. Three commissioned officers were included. Lieutenants Lee V. Farnum, Andrew P. Peterson, and James D. Ward were severely wounded.

Summary of Army Casualties to Date

DeathsPreviously
Reported
Reported
June 1
Total
Killed in action ................................5803583
Died of wounds ..................................2436249
Lost at sea .....................................2910291
Killed by accident ..............................2671268
Gas and other causes ............................75075
Killed or prisoner ..............................101
Died of disease .................................1,128101,138
Civilians .......................................707
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   Total Deaths ............................2,592202,612
Wounded .......................................3,624283,652
Captured .......................................72072
Missing .......................................2359*243
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   Grand Total ............................6,52357*6,579

* One previously reported missing now reported returned to his company, making one less missing, and one less in grand total

Army Casualties Reported June 1.

Army casualties reported June 1, including names of next of kin and emergency addresses, are:

Killed In Action - - 3

Privates

Donnellan, Timothy; Thomas Loonam, 421 East 157th st., New York
Hillert, Gustave; Mrs. S. S. King, Bemidji, Minn.
McIntyre, John; Mrs. Mary Keating, 809 East Harper st., Philadelphia, Penn.

Died of Wounds - - 6

Sergeants

Kaczor, Joseph; John Katzorowski, 1,325 Fifth av., Milwaukee, Wis.
Long, Tim; Helen Gilkison, 343 West 65th st., Chicago, Ill.

Corporal

Caul, Walter G.; G. H. Caul, Norfolk, Conn.

Privates

Carroll, William C.; Mrs. J. Lutz, 440 First av., Elizabeth, NJ
Frank, Joseph; Mrs. C. Frank, 1,928 St. Peter St., New Orleans, La.
McNeary, Harold; Mrs. Mary E. McNeary, 470 Warren St., Brooklyn, NY

Died of Disease - - 10

Sergeant

McDonald, John L.; Mrs. Margaret McDonald, 240 Court St., Binghamton, NY

Privates

Garvin, James S.; F. W. Garvin, 91 James St., Hartford, Conn.
Hostetter, William C.; Stephen A. Hostetter, R. F. D. 5, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Koethke, Herbert; George Koethke, Stansgar, Iowa.
McGuire, Patrick; Henry Henderson, Brandenberg, Mon.
Peroni, John; Mrs. Louisa Peroni, Vezolacea, Villa-Prato, Italy
Rutterford, Robert E.; Mrs. E. Rutterford, General Delivery, Pierre, S.D.
Sanders, Ernest; Robert McKee, Devils Lake, N. D.
Thompsett, Russell John; Walter Thompsett, 617 Fort St., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
Williams, Wallace R.; Mrs. S. H. Williams, 717 Wall St., Joplin, Mo.

Died, Airplane Accident - - 1

Sergeant

Chamberlain, Thurston R.; William W. Chamberlain, Guerneville, Cal.

Wounded Severely - - 17

Lieutenants

Farnum, Lee V.; L. V. Farnum, care G. B. Stuerock, 621 Broadway, New York.
Peterson, Andrew P.; Andrew Peterson, Lamberton, Minn.
Ward, James D.; Mrs. B. F. Ward, 1,516 Dallas av., Houston, Texas

Sergeant

Degenkolbe, Edwin B.; Miss Irene F. Degenkolbe, Itasca, Dupage County, Ill.

Privates

Arratebel, Dan; Barclow M. Arratebel, North Carson St., Carson Nev.
Ceresola, Julius A.; Mrs. Katherine Ceresola, Wadsworth, Nev.
Cogura, Mike; Victor Cogura, Bear Creek, Mon.
Curtis, Athanasious S.; Andrew Curtis, 157 West Pearl St., Mashua, N.H.
Destinn, Ralph F.; Mrs. Rose Dipont, P.O. Box 53 Purdy's Station, N.Y.
Geddis, Robert; Mrs. M. E. Fleck, 702 Atlantic Av., Miles City, Mon.
Hoey, John E.; Jefferson Lodge, 56, A. F., and A. M. Fraternity, Pony, Mon.
Howe, Everett M.; Frank E. Dacons, 847 West Adams St., Chicago, Ill.
Lambert, Herman; Mrs. Elsie Rochow, 733 5th Av., San Francisco, Cal.
Lewis, Edgar C.; Hilton L. Lewis, Ashland, N. C.
Partridge, Joseph M.; Charles Partridge, Werner, N. D.
Smith, Stanley; Bill Morrison, General Delivery, Mingo, Iowa.
Wajer, Edward B.; Andrew Wajer, 338 Pulaski St., Milwaukee, Wis.

Wounded Slightly - - 11

Wagoner

McGary, Claude R.; Mrs. Emma McGary, Maple Plain, Minn.

Privates

Amonette, Henri L.; W. F. Amonette, jr., Randolph-Macon Heights, Lynchburg, Va.
Anastasiou, Stavros A.; Mrs. P. Anastasiou, Karanda Thevron, Greece
Babick, Tony T.; Mrs. Lena Babick, Berlin Wis.
Berg, Albert H.; Mrs. Christiana Berg, Warwick, N. D.
Devlin, John F.; Pat Devlin, 228 North Franklin St., Sioux Falls, S. D.
Fettig, August; Mrs. Anna Fettig, 60 North Gran St., Wilkes-Barre, Penn.
Goodwin, Earl; Mrs. E. A. McClellan, Cohagen, Mon.
Leavey, John; Louis Leavey, 69 Savin St., Roxbury, Mass.
Phillippe, John Elias; Mrs. Marie Phillippe, 12 Fall Brook St., Portland, Me.
Rogers, Frank; Mrs. Nellie Dempsey, 400 Grand St., Jersey City, N. J.

Missing in Action - - 9

Sergeant

Brandon, Daniel; Patrick Brandon, Towners, Putnam County, N. Y.

Privates

Caverly, Harry C.; Joseph Caverly, 255 Green St., Manchester, N. H.
Cuzzipoli, Battiste; Antonio Cuzzipoli, R. F. D. 55, Springfield, Conn.
Darman, Chester; Mrs. Mary Cole, Moundsville, W. Va.
Fitzgerald, Harry T.; Miss MayPhalell, 54 East Dover St., Waterbury, Conn.
Goldman, Louis J.; Michael Goldman, 3,612 North 5th St., Philadelphia, Penn.
Lenhart, Lewis R.; George W. Lenhart, Somerfield, Penn.
Lysett, Thomas A.; Mrs. T. H. Lysett, 140 Beekman St, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
Swanson, Harry; Mrs. N. K. Swanson, 164 Beach St., Waverley, Mass.

Lieutenant Hugh L. Sutherland; Mrs. H. L. Sutherland, Benoit, Miss., previously reported severely wounded, now reported slightly wounded.

Private William Colligan; Mrs. Rose Kane, 333 Forty-Third Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., previously reported missing, now reported returned to duty.

Source: NY Times, June 2, 1918


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