Iowa in the Great War


Casualties of War



Iowa Old Press

Iowa City Citizen
Iowa City, Johnson co. Iowa
December 6, 1918

Iowa Casualties
Washington, Dec. 6 -- Forty-eight Iowans were mentioned in the casualties released today.

The Iowans are:

Died of Wounds:
Lieutenant John P. Hanford Cedar Rapids
Sergeant Eliza Clifford McKim Marshalltown
Corporal Roy Long Mount Pleasant
Private John Arthur Baker Sioux City
Private Charles G. Carey Tipton
Private Leon E. Goddard Harlan
Private Arthur F. Brandt Postville
Private Claude L. Bright Sioux Rapids
Private Frank G. Dunn Saratoga
Private William H. Hunting Ute
Private Albert R. Michels Bellevue
Died of Accident or other causes:
Private Harrison Crichett Grinnell
Died of Disease:
Lieutenant George R. Mason Des Moines
Sergeant Eugene H. Barnhart Burlington
Corporal Harold G. Ralls Marshalltown
Wagoner Cecil A. Azbill Independence
Private John Hansen Graettinger
Private James H. Herbert Red Oak
Private Andrew Peterson Story City
Private Charles V. Strickland Muscatine
Private Ernest R. Valvick Badger
Private Clarence L. Hysinger Fruitland
Private Delbert H. Gray Independence
Private Willam H. Dambrink Lemars
Private Andrew Johnson Wallingford
Private Alfred Schroeder Bellevue
Private Dick Van Holland Rock Valley
Private Frank L. Hopkins Bedford
Private Julius Vinke Manning
Private William Young Conroy
Private Andrew G. Norton Odebolt
Private Arthur Stough Grinville
Wounded Severely:
Private John Carl Burrow Anthon
Private Peter Callas Muscatine
Private Lester C. King Jerome
Private Leo Schueller Dedham
Wounded, Degree Undetermined:
Private Roy Henningson Cedar Rapids
Private Roy Bucks Davenport
Private Ola B. Myers Ottumwa
Private Keith W. Marrow Wellman
Wounded Slightly:
Private Theodore E. Nast Cresco
Missing in Action:
Sergeant Burt J. Height Peterson
Private Arthur N. Akerson Sioux City
Private Herbert E. Fairchild Sioux Rapids
Private Frank A. Moore Rippey
Private Clarence E. Rubin Brooks
Private Roland P. Roeder Grundy Center
Private James G. Smith Collins

~ source:  ~ source 'The Iowa City Citizen', Saturday, 06 December 1918
~ submitted by Sharyl Ferrall
Iowa Old Press



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