Iowa in the Great War


Casualties of War



October 25, 1918

Nine Iowans on Today's Lists

Washington, Oct. 25 -- Nine Iowans were mentioned in today's casualties. They carried a total of 513 names divided as follows. Killed in action, 21; died of wounds, 11; died from accident and other causes, 2; died of disease, 6; wounded severely, 96; wounded, degree undetermined, 188; wounded slightly, 169; missing in action, 13; died of aeroplane accident, 2; prisoners, 4. The Iowans follow:


Wounded Severely:
George M. Norregaard, Council Bluffs, Ia., sergeant
Fred Bilden, Clermont, Ia., private
Henry Rath, Lone Rock, Ia., private
Roah F. Peebles, West Bend, Ia., private


Wounded, Degree Undetermined - Privates:
Virgil P. Timson, Quasqueton, Ia.
Arthur G. Sapp, Ashgrove, Ia.
Robert White, Lovilia, Ia.
Charles W. Young, Mt. Vernon, Ia.


Wounded Slightly - Private:
Michael J. Foley, Clinton, Ia.


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




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