Iowa in the Great War


Casualties of War



28 Iowans in Today's Casualties

Washington, Nov. 6 -- Twenty-eight Iowans were mentioned in the casualty lists for today. They carried a total of 1076 names divided as follows: Killed in action, 82; died of wounds, 59; died of accident and other causes, 1; died of disease, 109; wounded, degree undetermined, 370; wounded slightly, 366; missing in action, 10; wounded severely, 210. The Iowans are:


Killed in Action:
Emory J. Pike, Des Moines, Ia., lieutenant colonel
John D. Cooper, Clarinda, Ia., private
Wm. P. Smith, Vinton, Ia., private

Died of disease - privates:
Frank A. Feller, Spragueville, Ia.
Harry S. Larrabee, Charles City, Ia.
Richard B. Love, Charles City, Ia.
Geo. Henak, Oxford Junction, Ia.

Wounded Severely - Corporals:
John T. Harker, Merrill, Ia.
Fay H. Houlton, Ireton, Ia.
Rudolph L. Marth, Britt, Ia.
Wm. W. Maus, Dubuque, Ia.
Oscar W. Olson, Centerville, Ia.
Robert A. Payne, Fayette, Ia.

Wounded, Degree Undetermined:
George F. Baker, Rhodes, Ia., corporal
Philip S. Jones, Corning, Ia., bugler
Ray Beall, Marion, Ia., private
Frank Spillman, Seymour, Ia., private
Melvin G. Hagg, Evanston, Ia., private
Alfred Miller, Barney, Ia., private
Lee J. Powers, Boone, Ia., private
Lionel A. Walker, Cedar Rapids, Ia., private
Harry S. Zanfes, Sioux City, Ia., private

Slightly Wounded:
Hugh J. Schuck, Iowa Falls, Ia., sergeant
Carl L. Ryan, Jamaica, Ia., corporal
Wm. Morrow Bauer, Shelby, Ia., mechanic
Harry Oddy, Davenport, Ia., private
Carl H. Hass, Preston, Ia., private
Francis A. Rideout, Earlhorn, Ia., private


~ source:  ~ source 'The Iowa City Citizen', Wednesday, November 6, 1918
~ submitted by Sharyl Ferrall Iowa Old Press



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