18 Casualties in Marines
Include First Corps Officially Announced as Missing
Washington, May 13. - Major Gen. Barnett today made public eighteen additional casualties in the American
Marine contingent serving with the Pershing army in France. One was missing in action and seventeen were
wounded. This is the first Marine missing, so far as official disclosures go.
The casualties announced today, names of next of kin, and emergency addresses, are as follows:
Wounded in Action - - 17
Kane, James Robert; Mary Kane, 149 South Main St., Woonsocket, R.I.
Beals, Myron Hobart; Marion Beals, Plymouth, Mich.
Coxe, Harold James; Fanny Coxe, 512 Knollwood Av., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Hanley, James Francis Bernard; Mary Hanley, 572 Hunterton St., Newark, N.J.
Sweeney, William Alexis; Frank Sweeney, 1,356 East 91st St., Cleveland, O.
Thomasen, Odin Alexander; Emanuel C. Thomasen, 2,156 Summerdale Av., Chicago, Ill.
Adelhart, George; Anna Adelhart, Troy, Ill.
Bruner, Clarence Otho; Mrs. C. O. Bruner, 3,135 Monroe St., Chicago, Ill.
Goegelein, Samuel; George Goegelein, Benwood, W. Va.
Gormely, William James; Thomas Gromely, R.F.D. 2, New Berlin, Ill.
Lake, Archie Lewis; Jennie N. Lake, 28 Burlington Av., La Grange, Ill.
Lamb, Joseph Conor; Mary J. Lamb, 1,116 Columbia Av., Chicago, Ill.
Lance, James Schylar; Mamie Dall, 2,782 Utah St., St. Louis, Mo.
Mosier, Zeno Charles; Mattie Mosier, Bonne Terre, Mo.
Roth, Harry Joseph; Mary Schifouer, 701 Chestnut St., Johnstown, Penn.
Weible, De Witt; William A. Weible, Des Logue, Mo.
Wilmanns, Arnold Romanl August C. Wilmanns, 2,306 Orchard St., Chicago, Ill.
Missing in Action - - 1
Aseltine, Ray Howard; Willis Aseltine, 134 Clemens Av., Lansing, Mich.
Source: NY Times, May 14, 1918