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November 1, 1918

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The Fresno Morning Republican

Vol. LIV  No.124                Fresno California,   Friday, November 1, 1918             PRICE FIVE CENTS

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FOR THEIR COUNTRY

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

Yesterday

Californians

WOUNDED (DEGREE UNDETERMINED)

Corporal Fred B. Desoto, Mrs. Emma Verley..............647 J Street, Fresno, Cal.

Corporal Willard R. Bramner, .....................581 Castro St., San Francisco, Cal.

WOUNDED SEVERELY

Lieutenant Walter Christensen, .........................2511 12th Ave., Oakland, Cal.

Corporal Harold C. Platt, ..........................749 Steiner St., San Francisco, Cal.

WOUNDED IN ACTION (SEVERELY)

Private George Wolf,...................................................1926 D St., Fresno, Cal.

WOUNDED IN ACTION, DEGREE UNDETERMINED, PREVIOUSLY  REPORTED MISSING

Private D. A. Wilson, .........................................904 13th St., Bakersfield, Cal.

Column 1 Column 2
The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces.
Killed in action.................................26
Died of wounds.................................11
Died or disease.................................36
Wounded severely.............................67
Wounded (degree undetermined)................................402
Died from accident and other causes.................................................2
Wounded slightly............................110
Missing in action...............................15
Wounded (degree undetermined)........2
Died of wounds received in action.......3
Total................................................674

Section One, Army List

KILLED IN ACTION
Lieutenant
Albert E., Baesel, La Grange, O.
Wagoner
Charles Asa Cradle, Piedmont, Mo.
Privates
Herbert Baldwin, Roseville, Ark.
John, Ball, Jr., Franklin, N. J.
John Daly, Houston, Tex.
August G. Elder, Perryville, Mo.
Thomas N. Merritt, Rowlett, Tex.
Daniel Joseph Meskill, Morristown, N. J.
Mechlin Moore, East Palestine, O.
Ira L. Satterfield, Brace, N. C.
George W. Allen Washington, Court House, O.
Basil B. Blevins, Humeston, Ia.
Ernest J. Kies, Giltedge, Mont.
Etherage Meece, Hail, Ky.
Louis E. Odell, Bedford, Ia.
Edward F. Reutter, Jersey City, N. J.
Walter Rollins, Ashford, Ala.

DIED FROM WOUNDS
Lieutenant
Donald C. McMillan, Detroit, Mich.
Private
Armand Harshfield, West Mansfield, Ohio
Paul Felix Kordus, Milwaukee, Wis.
William H. Netcher, Trenton, Ut.
Remmer H. Voss, Carleton, Neb.

DIED OF DISEASE
Captain
Charles Pendley, Tate, GA.
Sergeant
Albert H. Davis, Gire, O.
Corporal
Michael Daly, Andover, Conn.
Privates
William Baker,` Register, Ga.
Cleve H. Cranford, Clever, Mo.
Floyd Ingram, Americus, Ga.
Emil J. Kaspar, Chicago, Ill.
Nazzarene Ticconi, Prov. of Rome, Acute, Italy
Edward Wright, Jacksonville, N. C.

WOUNDED (DEGREE UNDETERMINED)
Captain
Lacey Edmundeon, Bessemer, A1a.
Lieutenants
Harold H. King, Philadelphia, Pa.
Fred L. Ricks, Mathiston, Miss.
Samuel Spriull Woodley, Cresswell, N. C.
Sergeants
John E. Hammond, New York, N. Y.
Martin E. Hammond, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Harry, T. Hessler, Yonkers, N. Y.
Karl V. Vasicek, Friesland, Minn.
Raymond L. Andrews, Petersburg, Va.
Richard H. Barry, Brockton, Mass.
Edward M. Boyd, Yonkers, N. Y.
Dee L. Brazell, Chicago, Ill.
William J. Essex, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Arthur R. Lemke, New Rochelle, N. Y.
Harold H. Pennesey, Herkimer, N. Y.
Peter Riezuck, Lipovetz, Kiev, Russia
Sam Rose, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Francis Edward Ryan, New York, N. Y.
Oscar T. Wrye, Alamo, Ga.
Corporals
Howard F. Culley, Scranton, Pa.
Herbert A. Decoster, Appleton, Wis.
John Elliott, Barnesville, Pa.
Jim W. Fritz, Sheppton, Pa.
Jesse L. Fry, Warriors Mark, Pa.
Peter Fultano, Renna, Mandurin, Italy
Francis D. Gleason, Aurora, Ill.
John Horn, Jersey City, N. J.
Edward MaroiIle, Rochester, N. Y.
Darius P. Marlette, Fultonville, N. Y.
John F. Morgan, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Everett. S. Turner, Berlin, Conn.
James Quay Barnhill, Carlisle, Pa.
John H. Duffus, Cedarhurst, N. Y.
Nathan Falkowsky, Brooklyn; N. Y.
George W. Fossell, Oak Park, Ill.
Paul E. Frebel, Steger, ILL.
Dewey Haynes, Anniston, Ala.
Robert P. Howard, Chicago, Ill
Clarence Jordan, Parkers Landing, Pa.
George W. Lascoe, Chicago, Ill.
George W. Lemm, Chicago, Ill.
Raymond J. Mahoney, Pottsville, Pa.
Frank J. Moore, Lewiston, Ida.
Frank A. Norton, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sam A. Russell, Star, N. C.
Henry A. Vanzeveren, Chicago, Ill.
Frank Waniewski, Springfield, Maas.
Otto Weis, Chicago, Ill.
Bugler McCarthy, Chicago, Ill.
Mechanics
Howard F. Bradshaw, Waterbury, Conn.
Robert K. Robertson, Frankfort, Ky.
Wagoners
Robert B. Smith, New York, N. Y.
Abel M. Sprague, Van Anda, Mont.
Peter Dokmanovitch, Pittsburg, Pa.
Henry D. Stone, Bemis, Tenn.
Horseshoer
Emmitt H. Harris, Richmond, Va.
Cook
Fred W. Flacke, Albany, N. Y.
Privates
Angela Alf1ere, Norwich, Conn.
George R. Baird, St. Louis.
Peter H. Banitt, Zumbretk, Minn.
Michael J. Broderick, Brooklyn
Alner B. Cate, Lowell, Mass.
John Close, Summersville, Ky.
Arthur L. Dahl, Pecatonica, Ill.
Earl Paul Desmond, Chicago
Timothy S. Drury, Brooklyn
Eddie Ekelund, Galveston, Tex.
Nathan Finkelstein, New York.
James R. Fisher, Rosemary, N. C.
John J. Gillen, Carthage, N. Y.
John R. Goodfellow, New Haven, Conn.
Walter M. Gordon, New Lexington, Ohio
David Grant, New York
Jess B. Green, Pra, Texas
Ramon R. Gretsinger, Ellsworth, O.
Joseph Grotha, St. James, Mo.
Herman Barlow, Chicago.
Edwin R. Barnes. West Roxbury, Mass.
John W. Bates, Pall River, Mass.
Harry S. Berner, Philadelphia
Joseph. Braasell, Philadelphia
Leon Burr, Rochester, N. Y.
Biagio Cataldo, New York
Camilio Cavallo, Willow Grove, Pa.
Edward Cheney, Boylston. N. Y.
Hugh G. Clay, Piedmont, Ala.
John B. Coughlan, Plainfield, N. J.
Van D. Covington, Lebanon, Tenn.
David W. Crook, New Decatur, Ala.
Leon Davidman, New York
Harry Stewart Davidson, Ludlow, Pa.
Joseph Desperida, St. George, Benevento Prov., Italy
Matteo Dibara, Worchester, Mass
Giles Dixon, Steubenville. O.
David A. Dodson, Cave Creek, Ark.
Frank Virgin Dunham, Wichita, Kan.
Salvador Eacony, New York
Claude K. Edition, Atlanta, Ga.
Carmelo Fiochi, Syracuse, N. Y.
Hugh Patrick Finlon, Carbondale, Pa.
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