440 NAMES ON
|2B Men Killed in Action;
Many Names Included
Washington, Jan. 10. Today's
two casualty lists mention 440 new j
names. In addition, a large list of j
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corrections are contained. • •'A)n© n &
these appears the name of Jacob A.
Nonas, 2036 Kensington street, Har
rlsburg, previously reported missing
in action, but now reported Killed
in action, and Sergeant Lawrence
L. Chambers, of Steelton, previously
reported missing in action .but now
reported wounded, degree unde
The summary is: .
Killed in action 128
Died of Wounds 58
Died of accident and, other
cajjses ... . f 7
Died'.from aeroplane accident. 1
Died.'of disease ". 50
Wounded severely 1 17®
Wounded, degree -undeterm
Wounded slightly 5
Missing in action 24
Total • <*o
Pennsylvanians mentioned are:
KILLED IN ACTION,
Ernest Anderson, Warren.
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William E. Spratle.v. Rochester- U
DIED OF WOUNDS.
Frank Skelly, Norristown.
Lloyd Aionzo Millen, Springboro.
Morris Thai, Philadelphia.
DIED OF DISEASE.
Elwood C. llause, Driftwood.
James Stacfcfleld, Carlisle, 'v ,
IJeutenant;- • '[ *"<• ■ ' >'l ,
Joseph W. Gray, Tltusville.
* Private. • I' -
• Harvey Bierley, Alden Station.
I Wesley OoLdsbdro, Philadelphia;
j Milton Ilenry Gunsallls, Lock Ha
j Albert Nicholas, Scranton.
I Maynard C. Tanner, Brookland.
MISSING IN AGtrfO*.
Elmer R. Ledflon. Philadelphia.
Daniel Me.Culla, MahOney'tity.V :
KILLED Y-V ACTION.
Kdwnrd Cantleld " Powers. BJtcie
nixvllle. ,• 'fy*
Edgar A. Weaver, Malevp.
Lloyd A. Rotliermel, Womelsdo r rf.,
Ralph C. Bpalde, Beavertown. '■
James A. Ward, Philadelphia.
Joseph Dombrowskl, Dunmore.
Philip Glashofer, Philadelphia,
Louis Gotz, Coalridge.
Antonl Nowak, Carnegie.
DIED OF WOUNDS,.
Owen Frederick Jones, East Bra
dy. ' ■ 1
i Paul G. Schneider. Pottsville.
Michael Stephen Lukisli,. Kings- ij
DIED O FDISF.ASE. • j
; Win. Fleming, Jr.; Philadelphia..
Charles Stewart, Duquespe.
Peter Baruitski, Shamokin.
I Clietwin S. Cooke, Riverside.
| John Lamanski, Morris Run.
I Charles I. Lengle, Lebanon.
I John W. Mackowski, Erie.
| Robert C. Seggie, Garrett.
AVilliam Stevenovitch, Pittston.
MISSING IN ACTION.
Nazareno Primerano, Johnson
I REPORTED KILLED IN ACTION.
I William S. Sarver, Johnstown.
Wounded in Action (Degree Unde
termined), Previously Reported
Killed in Action.
Alfred H. Loney, Philadelphia.
Wounded In Action, l*rcvionsly
Reported Died in Aeroplane Ac
George B. Merrill, Northeast.
Returned to Duty, Previously Re
ported Killed in Action.
Charles R. Steifel, Freetnansburg.
Killed in Action Prevlouslyl Report
ed Missing in Action,
Ervin C. Miller, Hanover.
Jacob A. Nauss, Kensington
Frank Jf.-Reese, Nazareth.
Paul George Snuderinann, Pitts
Lewis E. Buhcock, Tunkhannock.
John H. BfoWn, Johnsonburg.
> Morgair L. -Carter, Oannonsburg.
Joseph Francis Cusic, Broughton.
Hugh B. Donaldson, Gallitzin.
Harry P, Falkmer, New Salem.
WUHAm Jfc Gilbert. Pittsburgh.
Edward R. McLaughlin. Derry.
l't- McPaul, McDonald*
WT3TOI Morrison, Finleyville. •
Albert E. Mortensen, Erie.
Wincentry Piclulis, Pittsburgh.
Dane! L. Pond, Athens.
Thomas J. Prendergast, New Sa
James J. Roach, Jermyn.
Charlhs 11. Simmons. Philadelphia
Andrew F. Trella, Brisbin.
Mlchele Vetrona. Philadelphia.'.
Allan J. Wampler, Me.Kecspbrt&j.
Francis Marion Waychoff, Way
Alonza L. Wcigel, Allegheny.
Uriah Woodley, Cardington.' ,
Died of.Wounds, Previously Report
ed Missing in Action.
•Ivan K. Sloppy, New Milport. ,
Michael Snee, Kittanlng.
Angelo Stinella, Pittsburgh.
Wounded Severely, Previously Re
ported Missing In Action.,
i Nathan Ptashkan, Philadelphia. I
Lloyd E. Strayef, York. , ...
Ignatius L. Woods, Marlenvllfef'
Wounded Slightly, Previously Re
ported Missing in Action.
1 Sergeants. ,
Joseph Chraska, Pittsburgh.
Wilson U. Murphy, Woodbine.
Albert Perzybsz, Philadelphia.
Alfred E. Smith. HolUdoysburg.,
Walter S. Htaliowski, Morris ffuA',"
William H. Werner, Philadelphia.
Ralph H. Wltmer, Gratz. ' <
Wounded (Degree Undetermined)
Previously Reported Missing in
Lawrence L. Chambers, Steelton.
John 1,. Miller, Cleonax.
Charles W. Miller, Lebanon.
Harry J'alskowitz, Philadelphia.
Edward Ugker, • Port Alleghany.
William Hi Bartholomew, Tatamy
ilomiriie ,F. Carreno, Pittsburgh.
Frank J. CheJ-ny, Vandling.
Tobio Di-Pietro, Philadelphia.
Ilenry B. Godqhatl, Telford.
Lawrence F. Mails. Philadelphia.
Louis I. Kaufman. Philadelphia.
Arable Kittle;' Bradford.
Tootsle Miller,' Philadelphia.
Bttore Mi?chiantk Old Forge.-
Harry Jones MOrgan, Duqiiegrre.
Fabane New Salenr.
Joe Newkolwiez, Scranton.
,Clyde Palmer, BlalrsviUe.
Joseph L. Qulnn, Scranton. 1
Howard M. Smith, Berwick.' •
Sick In Hdspltal, Previously Report
r ' _ ed Missing. ;
Private. *"> , k
Antonio Brida, Philadelphia.
Returned to Duty, Previously Re
pored Missing In Action.
William Warren Shatzer, Lewis
Arthur B. IXoOpes, Grove City.
Richard Barnes, Venetla.
Max H. P>arnett, Monaca.
John J. Blrney, Philadelphia.
John J. Brown, Philadelphia.
George L. Hasson, Philadelphia.
Charles Wesley Johnson, Oil City*
John Jubic, Pittsburgh.
Hueston Koontz, Johnstown.
(Chester R. Leeper, Petersburg,
f'etar Perzyblski, Dickson City_ <'<
Warren R. Rementer, Philacttel-"'
.George B. Sandoe, Bethlehem.
George J. Stabb, Pittsburgh.
Willigjn J, Starr,, Tower City.,, „ :
Piete Suchelsky. Philadelphia.
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