Iowa in the Great War


Casualties of War



October 11, 1918

Twenty Iowan's On Today's Lists

Washington, Oct. 11 -- Twenty Iowans were included in today's casualty lists which carried a total of 826 names divided as follows: Killed in action, 182; missing in action, 65; wounded severely, 370; died from wounds 124; wounded slightly, 2; died of disease, 58; died from aeroplane accident, 3; died from accident and other causes, 16; prisoners, 12. The Iowans are:

Killed in Action - Sergeant:
Leo P. McHugh, Cumming, Ia.
Killed in Action - Corporal:
Estill Powers, Kingsley, Ia.
Killed in Action - Private:
Ceorge A. Adlinger, Hampton, Ia.
Died of Wounds - Sergeant:
Orville C. Winter, Villisca, Ia.
Died of Wounds - Privates:
Walter F. Meyer, Burlington, Ia.
Clifford E. Dimmitt, Fairfield, Ia.
Thomas H. Harmar, Cedar Rapids, Ia.
William E.J. Maloney, Ottumwa, Ia.
Forrest C. Ufford, Des Moines, Ia.
Died of Disease - Private:
Charles J. Schmidt, Waterloo, Ia.
Wounded Severely - Sergeant:
Earl G. Beach, Mason City, Ia.
Wounded Severely - Corporals:
Glen F. Cameron, Oskaloosa, Ia.
John R. Moss, Missouri Valley, Ia.
Wounded Severely - Privates:
Virden L. Leonard, Brooks, Ia.
Ernest S. Warren, Dunlap, Ia.
Claude Reeves, Kellogg, Ia.
Seymour Enarson, Villisca, Ia.
Wm. J. Hindt, Rock Rapids, Ia.
Missing in Action
Raymond L. Walton, Ft. Madison, Ia.
Marine Casualties
Killed in Action:
Private Murrell W. Starns, Ottumwa, Ia.



~ source Iowa City Citizen, Iowa City, Johnson co. Iowa
~ submitted by Sharyl Ferrall Iowa Old Press




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