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World War I Casualty Lists - June 2, 1918


85 Casualties on General Pershing's List Include; 16 Men Killed in Action, 11 Dead of Wounds

Washington, June 2. - The War Department today gave out a list of 85 casualties in the American army abroad, bringing the total to 6,664. The list included 16 killed in action, 11 died of wounds, 3 killed by accident, 4 missing in action, 5 wounded slightly, 29 wounded severely, 13 wounded to a degree undetermined, and 4 died of disease.

Two commissioned officers were included. Captain Charles J. Biddle of Philadelphia was wounded to a degree undetermined. Captain Biddle was chief of a patrol of the Lafayette Squadron, who was recently reported lost after a fight with Germans. On May 18 cable dispatches stated that he had been found by French scouts in No Man's Land. His machine had been wrecked, and he was taken to the rear for hospital treatment.

Summary of Army Casualties to Date

DeathsPreviously
Reported
Reported
June 2
Total
Killed in action ................................58316*600
Died of wounds ..................................24911260
Lost at sea .....................................2910291
Killed by accident ..............................2683271
Gas and other causes ............................75075
Killed or prisoner ..............................101
Died of disease .................................1,13841,142
Civilians .......................................707
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   Total Deaths ............................2,61234*2,647
Wounded .......................................3,65247*3,698
Captured .......................................720*73
Missing .......................................2434*246
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   Grand Total ............................6,579856,664

* One previously reported missing now reported prisoner. One previously reported wounded, now reported killed in action. These changes invlove shifts in missing, captured, wounded, and killed in action columns without affecting grand total.

Army Casualties Reported Yesterday.

Army casualties reported June 2, including next of kin and emergency addresses follow:

Killed In Action - - 16

Sergeant

McKibben, Eugene C.; Mrs. C. McKibben, Madison, S.D.

Corporal

Haas, Doss B.; Mrs. W. M. Sparks, 216 Centre St., Nashville, Tenn.

Privates

Arneson, Ole K.; Ole Rustine, Brantford, N. D.
Caputo, Anthony C.; John Caputo, R. F. D. 1, Creekside, Penn.
Cassealeno, Alexandro; Joseph Cassealeno, 252 Salem St., Boston, Mass.
Clark, Ernest M.; Mrs. Marion F. Clark, 13 Perkins St., Charlestown, Mass.
Cutillo, Vincent J.; Filomena Cutillo, 8 Noyes Place, Boston, Mass.
Faffl, Frank; James Faffl, Lamont, Iowa.
Grba, Mike; Nick Grba, 210 Ash St., Anaconda, Mont.
Hesse, Theodore; Mrs. Grace Hesse, 285 Poplar St., New Haven, Conn.
Hines, Earl H.; Mrs. Anna Morgan, 1414 Exposition Building, Los Angees, Cal.
Kley, John Augustus; Mrs. Frank Court, 35 Houston St., Buffalo, NY.
Lynch, Charles H.; Mrs. F. H. Lynch, 11 Russell Road, Winchester, Mass.
Rupp, Charles W.; Mrs. W. Rupp, 96 Pleasant St., Woburn, Mass.
Sweeney, John; Mrs. J. Sweeney, 65 Oxford St., Lawrence, Mass.
Woods, John A.; Mrs. W. H. Woods, 155 George St., Medford, Mass.

Died of Wounds - - 11

Sergeant

Pettis, Elijah F.; Mrs. Mamie Ashcraft, R.F.D. 1, Gordo, Ala.

Corporal

Simmons, Charles R.; Charles G. Simmons, 1,002 South Willow St., Sherman, Texas.

Privates

Axxon, James, Mrs. D. Axxon, 505 Flander St., Macon, Ga.
Carson, James F.; Mrs. Mary W. Carson, R.F.D. 1, Box 72, Dutton, Ala.
Crowley, Jerome J.; Mrs. Bridget Crowley, 6 Asylum St., Boston, Mass.
Friedl, George; Miss Josephine Randall, Fulton, Ills.
Potter, Burton; William H. Potter, Orient, L. I. N. Y.
Sacchetti, Charles; Mrs. Susie Appaldi, 71 Circular Av., Pittsfield, Mass.
Santy, Clarence; Fabian Santy, R.F.D. 8, Box 76, Green Bay, Wis.
Smith, Benjamin E.; Mrs. H. L. Smith, 57 Mt. Vernon St., Gardiner, Me.
Stanton, James J.; Thomas Stanton, 86 Parker St., Central Falls, R.I.

Died of Accident - - 3

Corporal

Morton, Robert L.; J. M. Morton; 1,116 North 13th St. Birmingham, Ala.

Privates

Weinke, William A.; Mrs. Annie Wegner, Horicon, Wis.
White, William J.; Mrs. Esther Blanc, 62 Prince St., Cambridge, Mass.

Died of Disease - - 4

Privates

Brymer, Barney; Mrs. Mollie Brauer, 1,110 Baker Av., St. Louis, Mo.
Carbon, Joe A.; Miss Mabie Carbon, River St., Athens, Ga.
Greene, Carl F.; William S. Greene, 358 Potter Av., Providence, R.I.
Stegal, Ed; William Stegal, R.F.D. 1, Coweta, Okla.

Wounded - Degree Undetermined - - 13

Captain

Biddle, Charles J.; Charles Biddle, 505 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Penn.

Privates

Brown, Carl G.; Gabriel C. Brown, 1,127 Shelby St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Dowell, Williaml Miss Gertrude Leible, Carbon, Ind.
Hawkins, Charles; John Hawkins, 350 East Sherman St., Marion, Ind.
Husbands, Harold A.; William Husbands, 2,829 Talbott Av., Indianapolis, Ind.
McCoy, Harold A.; Clara E. Jackson, 1,318 North Ewing St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Orndorff, Winfield S.; Mrs. Elizabeth Fravel, 928 North 5th St., Vincennes, Ind.
Shank, George E., jr.; George E. Shank, 819 Broadway, Vincennes, Ind.
Stump, Delbert R.; A. B. Stump, Box 156, Lake, Miss.
Thompson, Osborne; George B. Thompson, Salem, Ind.
Ullery, Harold C.; David H. Ullery, 6,040 East Washington St., Indianapolis.
Williams, Clarence O.; Mrs. Lillie Williams, Oakland City, Ind.
Wilson, John; Mrs. Malissa Coble, R.F.D. 10, Greenfield, Ind.

Severely Wounded - - 29

Sergeants

Bates, Earl C.; Mrs. Cora B. Bates, 202 13th Av., Columbus, Ohio.
Howalt, Axel N.; Louis Howalt, 3,101 Lake Av., South Duluth, Minn.

Corporals

Golden, Edward F. A.; Mrs. Ellen F. Golden, 28 Sudan St., Dorchester, Mass.
Hunt, Amandus; Mrs. A. Hunt, 1,034 North Albany Av., Chicago, Ill.
Jewell, Paul M.; Mrs. M. H. Jewell, 209 Thayer Av., Bismarck, N. D.
Shea, James O.; Miss Mary A. Shea, 21 Seymore St., Roslindale, Mass.
Tanner, Clarence H.; Mrs. Eliza Tanner, Lewiston, Ill.

Cook

Ekman, Frank, Jr.; Frank Ekman, Bjoineborg, Finland.

Privates

Allen, Claude; Elias Allen, Whitemore St., Austell, Cornwall, England.
Caputo, John; Mrs. Mary Caputo, 330 North St., Boston, Mass.
Cox, Edward A.; Catherine Otis, 32 Vroom St., Jersey City, NJ.
Dinneen, Walter J.; Mrs. D. D. Dinneen, 246 Campbell Av., Revere, Mass.
Ekblad, Erik H.; Luther Anderson, Gowrie, Iowa.
Ferris, james F.; Mrs. Julia Ferris, 39 McIrose St., Boston, Mass.
Finlay, Edward J.; Mrs. William Finlay, 212 Fenno St., Revere, Mass.
Hoydic, Steve; Steve Hoydic, 1,388 Canton St., Detroit, Mich.
Kane, John; Mrs. Mary Halch, 35 Seneca St., Boston, Mass.
Mintz, Sam; William Mintz, 273 Ridge Road, Lyndhurst, NJ.
Mulhern, Frederick J.; Mrs. Margaret Mulhern, 18 Quincy St., Roxbury, Mass.
O'Dea, Thomas; Mrs. Mary O'Dea, 826 Albany St., Boston, Mass.
Poniaros, Constantine; Aristotelis Joannides, 951 East 117th St., New York.
Schultz, Peter; Joseph Schultz, 54 North 4th St., Ansonia, Conn.
Stinson, William; Mrs. Lula Holley, 615 South 12th St., Nachville, Tenn.
Tangen, Warren A.; M. A. Tangen, Taylors Falls, Minn.
Todd, John T.; Mrs. Mary Ross, 526 Summer St., New Bedford, Mass.
Walsh, Thomas F.; Mrs. Mary Walsh, Killstagne, County Waterford, Ireland.
Zutzki, Dominick; Adam Jaskie, 428 14th St., Erie, Penn.
Spaghaugen, Wagoner A. O.; John S. Olson, Margie, Minn.

Slightly Wounded - - 5

Privates

Ferguson, John; Mrs. Margaret Ferguson, 6 Crulivig St., Stornoway, Roshire, Scotland.
Fleming, John; Mrs. Josephine Fleming, 3,527 Wyandotte St., Kansas City, Mo.
Mattern, Frank; Mrs. Frank Mattern, Mobridge, S.D.
Mori, Emilio; Mrs. Francesca Mori, Fornovolosca, Province Carrara, Italy.
Stein, Edward J.; Mrs. Kate Stein, Evanston, Ind.

Missing in Action - - 4

Lieutenant

Mackey, Elmer D.; David A. Mackey, 2,212 Bowman Av., McKeesport, Penn.

Sergeant

Kirk, Thomas J.; Mrs. Mary Kirk, 229 Spring St., Medford, Mass.

Privates

Halas, Henry; Miss Bessie Halas, 1,579 Canton St., Detroit, Mich.
Hopke, William; Bertha Hopke, 358 Bainbridge St., Brooklyn, NY.

Private Edward M. Roberts, previously reported missing in action, is now reported a prisoner. His emergency address is Mrs. Bella Roberts, Iroquois, S. D.

Private Frank W. Ferraro, previously reported wounded, is now reported killed in action. His emergency address is Tony Ferraro, Middletown, Conn.

Source: NY Times, June 3, 1918


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