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World War I Casualty Lists - May 16, 1918


Gen. Pershing Reports 91 More Casualties; Our Missing at the Front Pass the 200 Mark

Washington, May 16. - The War Department today made public a list of 91 casualties in the American army abroad, bringing the total from the beginning to 5,773. The list of missing passed the 200 mark today. The casualties made public included 8 killed in action, 4 died of wounds, 4 died of disease, 1 died of accident, 1 died of other causes, 4 wounded severely, 55 wounded slightly, and 14 missing in action.

Seven commissioned officers are named in the list. Lieutenant Carl O. Rosequist died of wounds. Captain Earl V. Morrow and Lieutenants Lester S. Macgregor and Winfrey G. Nathan were slightly wounded. Lieutenants Charles W. Chapman and Robert Baker McDowell are reported missing in action.

Summary of Army Casualties to Date

DeathsPreviously
Reported
Reported
May 16
Total
Killed in action ..............................468 8 476
Killed by accident ............................234 1 235
Died of disease ...............................1,044 4 1,048
Lost at sea ...................................238 0 238
Died of wounds ................................178 4 182
Gas and other causes ..........................72 1 73
Civilians .....................................7 0 7
Killed or prisoner ............................1 0 1
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   Total Deaths ............................2,242182,260
Wounded .......................................3,190593,249
Captured .......................................60060
Missing .......................................19014204
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   Grand Total ............................5,682915,773

Army Casualties Reported May 16.

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

Killed In Action - - 8

Corporals

Giffin, Luther; J. A. Giffin, Harrison St., Springfield, Ohio
Johnston, John A.; Mrs. M. O. Harrison, R.F.D. 1, Box 63, Bryant, Ark.
Long, Harry R.; Mrs. William Woods, Manchester, N.H.

Privates

Bovee, Clinton M.; Byron Bovee, Harvey, Wash.
Brenden, Thorvald; T. O. Brenden, Korboven, Minn.
Chandler, Edgar R.; Mrs. A. P. Chandler, 1,002 5th Av., North Fargo, N.D.
Lee, George W.; Mrs. Eliza Lee, Buhl, Idaho.
Mileski, Marylan; Michael Mileski, Essex, Conn.

Died of Wounds - - 4

Lieutenant

Rosequist, Carl O.; O. S. Rosequist, 1,914 Jackson Av., Evanston, Ill.

Corporal

McSwiggan, Charles; Frank J. McSwiggan, 1,827 South Hancock St., New York.

Privates

Bolling, Clyde W.; Charles W. Bolling, Winston-Salem, N.C.
Thidobeau, William H.; Mrs. Nellie M. Thidodeau, South Paris, Me.

Died of Disease - - 4

Sergeant

Igoe, Frank; Michael Igoe, 5,484 Cornell Av., Chicago, Ill.

Wagoner

Elston, Clifford E.; Lillian Putnam, R.F.D. 5, Geneva, N.Y.

Privates

Campbell, Ernest; Colin Campbell, Hersey St., Hingham, Mass.
Singleton, Clellie M.; F. P. Singleton, Eubank, Ky.

Died of Accident - - 1

Private

Leighton, John J.; Miss Esther Leighton, 1,003 South 20th St., Philadelphia, Penn.

Died of Other Causes - - 1

Private

Williams, Emanuel G.; Mrs. Mary Liles, 1 Basher St., Morristown, N.J.

Wounded Severely - - 4

Corporal

McCarthy, Lester; William H. McCarthy, 5,901 Theodosia Av., St. Louis.

Privates

Hayes, Baxter; John A. Hayes, 36 Harris St., Anderson, S.C.
Mathews, Earl; Mrs. Margaret Mathews, Tulsa, Okla.
Ranatazzo, Salvatore; Mrs. Maria Grazigallo, Delia Carton, Set, Sicilia, Italy.

Wounded Slightly - - 55

Captain

Morrow, Earl V.; J. W. Morrow, MD, 1,485 Belmont St., Portland, Ore.

Lieutenants

MacGregor, Lester S.; R. S. MacGregor, 824 West Main St., Findlay, Ohio.
Nathan, Winfrey G.; Mrs. Gladys G. Nathan, 3,417 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo.

Sergeants

Eddings, Leonard; Ross Eddings, 201 Grand Central Av., Tampa, Fla.
Felty, Harry; Mrs. Laura Felty, 2,033 I St., Granite City, Ill.
Gosnelle, Leonard J.; William M. Gosnelle, Youngstown, Ohio.
Hood, Isaac; Mrs. Jane Hood, Penobscot Av., Millinocket, Me.
Logan, Claude N.; George T. Logan, Mooresville, N.C.

Corporals

Brown, Clayton W.; Arthur Brown, Scotland, S.D.
Cranna, John P.; John Cranna, Lowell, Mass.
Dzubin, John; Dan Dzubin, International Falls, Minn.
Fenske, Walter; Al Leppold, 4,455 Potomac Av., Chicago, Ill.
Goold, Ruel R.; Mrs. Grace Goold, Caledonia, Ill.
Hilt, Leonard; Mrs. Dora A. Hilt, 915 1/2 Second Av., Eau Claire, Wis.
Jochum, Jacob A.; Mrs. Julia Jochum, 1,486 Bailey Av., Buffalo, N.Y.
Kumeralski, Andrew J.; Mike Kumeralski, Spring Valley, Ill.
Sanborn, Clyde G.; Mrs. Josephine Narry, Butler, S.D.

Privates

Adams, Fred L.; William Adams, R.F.D. 3, Evart, Mich.
Bailey, Wilfred; Joe Kratcher, St. Joseph, Mo.
Baldridge, Troy J.; Elli?? B. Baldridge, R.F.D. 1, Woodlawn, Ill.
Benedict, Elmer R.; Edwin A. Benedict, 1,236 Grand Boulevard and Concourse, New York.
Bowen, William J.; Mrs. J. J. Bowen, Bridgewater, S.D.
Branchard, Horace E.; Mrs. Eva L. Branchard, 191 Earl St., New Bedford, Mass.
Carr, Leo O.; Mrs. Lula Carr, 312 Maple St., St. Joseph, Mo.
Carrier, Carl C.; Miss Eva Carrier, Park City, Utah.
Chalfant, Lewis O.; A. B. Chanlfant (sic), Conrath, Wis.
Clark, Arlo; Henry Clark, McKenzie, N.D.
Damiano, Louis; Mrs. P. D. Damiano, Vacaville, Cal.
Di Berio, Ralph; Mrs. Grecinto di Berio, Ceccano Provincladi, Rome, Italy.
Gallagher, John Bernard; Mrs. John E. Gallagher, 503 Centre St., Syracuse, N.Y.
Goldhar, Jacob; Joseph Rosenberg, 97 Elm St., Toronto, Canada.
Granda, Chals; Miss Mary Granda, 1,359 S. Park Av., Meadville, Penn.
Hays, Marvin A.; Charley C. Hays, R.F.D. 2, Sheldon, Ind.
Hill, Frank L.; Frank Hill, 746 Westminster Hill Road, Fitchburg, Mass.
Lundin, Erick; Mrs. Sam Lundin, Meadowlands, Minn.
McCraw, Manning G.; Joseph D. McCraw, R.F.D. 1, Flat Rock, N.C.
McKinney, Jeryl D.; David C. McKinney, Box 74, Geuda Springs, Kan.
Marconi, Louis; Mrs. Carmelia Marconi, 438 East 117th St., New York.
Martin, James; Mrs. Mary Martin, 5,040 Winthrop Av., Chicago, Ill.
Meyers, Lelon W.; M. P. Holt, Cunningham, Ky.
Pich, Arnold C.; C. Pich, R.F.D. 4, Fort Worth, Texas
Potts, Virgil; Bascon Potts, Paris, Ill.
Poulter, Charles; Mrs. Mary Poulter, 941 South 16th St., Louisville, Ky.
Roscoe, Frederick; Mrs. Mary Buday, 1,271 Harper Av., Detroit, Mich.
Rudder, Leroy T.; Elmer E. Rudder, R.F.D. 1, Medora, Ind.
Rzepka, Walter J.; John Rzepka, 76 Milburn St., Buffalo, N.Y.
Stevens, Porter A.; Albert Stevens, Cook Place, Tenn.
Stolowski, Stanley; Mrs. Mary Stolowski, 2,358 North Seeley Av., Chicago, Ill.
Strada, Frank; Mrs. Anna Strada, 335 East 146th St., New York.
Studlien, olen; Martin Studlien, Hoffman, Minn.
Sullivan, Richard; Mrs. Della Roske, Salmon, Idaho.
Tiffany, Claude A.; Chester A. Tiffany, 710 West 81st St., Chicago, Ill.
Trussell, Walter D.; William J. Trussell, Honea Path, S.C.
Weakley, Robert; Henry Weakley, 1,784 Jackson Av., Memphis, Tenn.
Witting, Harold F.; Mrs. Julia Witting, 1,188 West 3d St., Marquette, Mich.

Missing in Action - - 14

Lieutenants

Chapman, Charles W.; Charles W. Chapman, sr., West 3d St., Waterloo, Iowa.
McDowell, Robert Baker; Mrs. R. B. McDowell, 606 Bramhall Av., Jersey City, N.J.

Corporal

Barnes, Edwin J.; Miles J. Barnes, 604 2d Av., West Haven, Conn.

Mechanic

Chapman, Augustus H.; L. H. Chapman, Colchester, Conn.

Privates

Antkonik, Frank J.; John Antkonik, George St., Webster, Mass.
Barbeau, Adellard; Toussaint Barbeau, Dyer St., Danielson, Conn.
Chmiel, Walter; Miss Stella Chmiel, 18 Delfield St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Elliott, Norman C.; Mrs. Mary G. Elliott, 11 River Court, Webster, Mass.
Ely, Raymond E.; Mrs. Phoebe M. Ely, Hilldale Av., Haverhill, Mass.
Peterson, Paul A.; John E. Peterson, 32 Walnut St., South Farms, Middletown, Conn.
Pierce, Walter R.; Mrs. Mary A. Pierce, 159 Newton Road, Haverhill, Mass.
Pitochelli, James E.; Mrs. Louise Pitochelli, 20 Brown Av., Pawtucket, R.I.
Tieman, Carlisle; Henry Tieman, 414 6th Av., Dayton, Ky.
Webb, Howard A.; Mrs. S. Webb, 9 Jackson St., Ansonia, Conn.

Source: NY Times, May 17, 1918


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