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The Fresno Morning Republican

Vol. LIV  No.126                 Fresno California,   Sunday, November 3, 1918             PRICE FIVE CENTS

pg 25

FOR THEIR COUNTRY

Roll of those Killed or Wounded, as Announced by U.S. Government

Yesterday

Californians

Killed in Action

Corp. Wm Frank Coville..........................33 N Lincoln Ave San Jose, Cal.
Pri. James Georgakis.........................1334  1-2 East St. Los Angles, Cal.
Pri. Frank Murry................................................................Kramer, Cal.

Died of Disease

Major Wm. B. Peebles................................... 926 C Ave., Coronado, Cal.
Lieut. James A. Ackerman.............3222 Jackson St., San Francisco, Cal.

Wounded Severely

Pri. William C. Ambrose.........................131 Fifth St., San Francisco, Cal.

Wounded in Action - Degree Undetermined

Corp. Emanuel E. Rosenthall.........616 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, Cal.
Pri. John A Goodfield........................................................Livermore, Cal.
Pri. Carl S. Underwood.....................
.101 S. Union Ave., Los Angeles, Cal.

Missing in Action

Pri. Adolph Ramos...............................................................Kernville, Cal.

Slightly Wounded

Pri. David Baumbach..................................................................Lodi, Cal.
Pri. Roe J. Saunders.......................................................Cottonwood, Cal.

Column 1

Column 2

The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces.

Killed in action..................................56
Died of wounds..................................49
Died of accident and other causes.......4
Died of disease...................................71
Wounded severely............................161
Wounded (degree undetermined) ...267
Wounded slightly.............................374
Missing in action ..............................50
Prisoners.............................................6
Lost at sea...........................................1
Total.............................................1,039

Section One, Army List
KILLED IN ACTION
Lieutenants
Roy C. Carr, Lockwood, Mo.
James Fa. Boteler, Remington, Va.
John C. Lumsdew, Wilson, N. C.
Sergeants
Ernest Bluemel, Cincinnati, O.
William Ellenberger, Emporia, Kan.
Claude E. Cherry, Joliet, Ill.
Charles S. Edwards, Carthage, Mo.
Mechanic
Sterlinr Robert Hunt, Wilburton, Okla.
Privates
Henry J. Bates, HaycTen. Ariz.
Keith R. Blackwood, Simla, Colo.
Al Brazendine, Fountainhead, Tenn.
Louis Breth, New York
Lloyd Brewer, Flat, Ky.
Emedeo Camili, Ascol, Italy
Domenick Chiafullo, Province, de Slarnia, Coliano, Italy
Horace Elmer Davenport, Munnsv11le, N. Y.
Arley M. Dean, Slocomb, Ala.
Charles N. Fox, Orton-on-the-Hudson, N. Y.
LeRoy Lester Griggs, Waco, Tex.
Fred A. Hannah, Scranton, Pa.
Sam Hartwig, Anaconda, Mont.
John P. Hutchins, Adjer, Ala.
Albert Kologzlojski, Detroit, Mich.
Frank Lang, Buffalo, S. D.
James T. McGee, Allentown, Pa.
Patrick McGinnis, Bridgeport, Conn.
Walter H. McQuien, Lamesa, Texas
Hosea Norwood, Natural Bridge, Ala.
John Willis, Easley, S. C.
Tony Balfe, Almacenter, Wis.
Chester P. Buescher, Norwood, Minn.
Stone A. Cherry, Moss, Tenn.
Oakley Cobb, Cranesville, Pa.
Verner Hanes, Kalamazoo, Mich.
Goldsmith H. Hardgrove, Woodhaven, N. Y.
Aaron Jason, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Emanuel Koellen, Prentice, Wis,
William F. Larkin, West Orange, N. J.
John Augustine Myers, Cassandra, Pa.
Robert S. Thurman, Joplin, Mo.
William J. Duval1e, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Curvin H. Heiss, York, Pa.
Ernest J. Kasper, Kiel, Wis.
Charlee Morangello, Brooklyn, N. Y.
William C. Reynolds, Sam Antonio, Texas
Jesse Scott, Millerton, Okla.
Tom Sims, Albertville, Ala.
Richard White Thompson, Yonkers, N. Y.
Dean E. Wilkins, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Gilberto Wohlgemuth, Tularosa, N. M.
John J. Womble, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Carl L. Young, New Brighton, Pa.

DIED FROM WOUNDS
Lieutenant Clarence Laird, Taylor, Pa.
Sergeants
Harry P. Couch, Birminghain. Ala.
Hugh B. Kelly, Jr., New York
Corporals
Henry Christensen, Greeley, Colo.
Clyde C. Morton, Emmett, Tenn.
William E. Ball, Yonkers, N. Y.
Howard D. Miller, Greentown, Ohio
Roscoe Richard Wilson, Edna, Kin.
Mechanic Claude Greene, Johnson City, Tenn.
Privates
James T. Balles, Gainesville, Ga.
Walter Luverne Baker, Kane, Pa.
John Barker, Park, Va.
John W. Barnett, Sulphur Roek, Ark.
John F. Burke, Buffalo, N. Y.
Albert E. Coon, Medina, N. Y.
John Creech, Goldsboro, N. C.
Sam Crumpley, Montalba, Tex.
Williams Dehm, New York, N. Y.
Helmer Ellenson, Gardiner, N. D.
Albert F. Hanson, Milaca, Minn.
Alfred Hanson, Wabpeten, N. D.
Haskell P. Kending, Lancaster, Pa.
Gust Kruger, Goodrich, N. D.
Newman Antha Morris, Maud, W. Va.
Samuel M. Shely, Steinsburg, Pa.
Alvin E. Sisson. Courtland, Ka.
John E. Standridge, Madisonville, Tenn.
Anthony Barbarito, New York
Morris T. Toler, Jacksonville, Texas
Ovila Binette, Lisbon, Maine
Ignatius Bladyka, Detroit, Mich.
Walter Caton, Thersby, Ala.
Sam Fabrez, Torrece, Rome, Italy
Wm. O. Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.
Franklin Clay Lipford, Danville, Va.
Thomas J. McLoughlin, Greenock, Scotland
Earl Wilkinson, Bridgeport, Vt.
Kenneth E. Candland, Pocatello, Ida.
John Carra, Rochester, N. Y.
Paul Cherney, New York
Wesley J. Cooper, Forest Grove, Ore.
Pantaleone Cramaster, Philadelphia, Pa.
Howard M. Fye, Lewistown, Pa.
John F. Galloway Clarksville, Tex.
Wm. Stnkas, Barry, Vt.
Otis Curry, Baltomore, Md.
Westley B. Foster, Lanett, Ala.
Hugh A. Squires, Lancaster, Mo.
Harold Thomas, Coldwater, Mich.
DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES
Privates
Benton Edenfield, Swainsboro, Ga.
Lennie L. Smith, Quitman, Ga.
Turner Smith, Gibson, N. C.
Russell Goodwin, Mason, Ga.
DIED, OF DISEASE
Captain Bruce R. Honeyman, White Bear, Minn.
Sergeants
Rodney H. Heighstedt, Minneapolis, Minn.
Walter C. Heitman, Jersey City, N. J.
Charles C. Main, Beaver Dam, Ky.
Corporals
Henry, Bievr, Port Washington, Wis.
Charles A. Quinn, Roanoke, Va.
Joseph Sloan, Centerville, Mo.
Ralph A. Bennington, Litchfield, Neb.
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