MISSING IN ACTION - CASUALTY LIST

1917 - 1918

Transcribed by : Tina Easley

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Bookmarked - Soldiers  From Greene County

Walter L. Meador, Adams Jackson, Wilmer L. Childers, Lafette Thompson, Frederick H. Black, Jack Brown,

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Source - August 28 , 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

WALCOT BOY IS MISSING IN ACTION

WASHINGTON - AUGUST 19 - The casualty list today shows Private Walter L. Meador of Walcott , missing in action . He is the son of Pleasant P. Meador of that place .

Other Arkansas boys in the list for today are : killed in action Jim T. Wallinsford of Blytheville , missing in action , Bornu McCullough of Hope . John Pernu of West Point , Ark. , Melvin Surgey of Clarendon died of wounds , Chas . Craven of Bauxite.

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Source - September 7, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the morning papers . A grand total of 744 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

WOUNDED SEVERELY : Ray E. Anderson , Piggott .

WOUNDED , DEGREE UNDETERMINED : William Herbert Hanks , Russellville , Wilson B. Burnett , Montrase , John B. Little , Abbott.

MISSING IN ACTION : Jess C. Hale , Waldron , John T, Houser , Coy .

KILLED IN ACTION : John T. Davis , Grapevine .

DIED OF DISEASE : James R. Peters , Midland .

WOUNDED , DEGREE UNDETERMINED : Henry Clyde Billingsly , Piggott

MISSING IN ACTION : Adam Jackson , Paragould . Joe G. Schultz

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Source - September 6, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the morning papers . A grand total of 185 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Today's casualty list contained the names of the following Arkansas boys : Archie Ross , Cornbill , Ark. , Charles F. Williams , Murfreesboro , Ark. , Gus A. Tucker , Monette , Ark.

The above are reported as being wounded severely in action.

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Source - June 8, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

ARKANSAS ' HEROIC SONS WHO DIED IN GLORY FOR THE FLAG

Below is a partial list of Arkansas casualties that have been reported , though of couse this is not a complete list :

William Earl Bennett of Van Buren , and Capt. P. LeBrom of Forth Smith , drowned on the Tuscanin.

Victor Hill of Rush , in battle near Lens , Sept. 31, 1917.

Sid Coleman of Cord , Feb. 26 , 1917.

G. England of Little Rock , Sept. 9, 1917.

Leslie G. Wood of Searcy killed by German bomb dropped on hospital Oct. 10, 1917.

Nathan B. Short of Stephens and Claude Bradley of Swaty , lost on the Tuscania.

Corp. Morris Williams of Marvell died of wounds Jan. 30 , 1917.

Pvt. Sudreth Jones , colored of Helena killed in explosion , Jan. 5, 1917.

Victor H. Conley , sergeant of Siloam Springs killed in action November 1917.

Chas S. Elliott of Pine Bluff killed in action , with a Canadian regiment in Oct. 1917.

Efton Garber of White Oak killed in action March 6 .

Frank Gammell of Fort Smith killed in action in Lorraine sector March 5 , 1918.

Col. Raynal C. Bolling who lived in Little Rock as a boy killed in action.

Pvt. John E. Sangster of Osceola , member of the Rainbow Division accidentally electrocuted April 10.

Dr. Chas. Long of Lowell , Benton County killed in action April 28, 1918.

Gordon D. Blue , Little Rock , killed in action April 22.

A.R. Parks of Fort Smith , killed in action in April.

Troy C. Forrest of Mammoth Spring killed in action April 20.

Wesley Allen Stone of Springdale killed in action in May.

Lyndon D. Casey of Abbott killed May 27 at Mont Kemmel.

Ralph P. Parmley of Maysville killed in action May 12.

John A. Johnson of Salem , Benton County killed in May 1918.

Wilmer L. Childers of Walcott killed in action.

Corporal John A. Johnson of Bryand killed in action May 16.

Canada Manning , colored of Pine Bluff , killed in action.

James F. McKinney of Batesville killed in action May 27.

Frank Odell of Blytheville lost on the Moldavia.

George N. Buchanan lost on the Moldavia.

Mark Thromer of Eagle Mills died of disease.

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Source - September 5, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the morning papers . A grand total of 304 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Arthur E. Jones of Winslow , Ark. and Clay C. Allen of Showball , Ark.

Wounded severely , Fred Bryant of New Edingburg , Ark. , Clarence Chaplain of Jonesboro , Ark. and Lafette Thompson of Evening Star.

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Source - October 16 , 1918 - Dallas Morning News

AMERICAN CASUALTY LIST

ARKANSAS - Killed in Action , James H. Roach , Ivan , Ark.

Died of Wounds - Pvt. Don Londagin , Gentry , Ark. , Charles L. Storey , Walawright , Ark.

Died of Disease - Pvt. Elder M. Cole , Grubbs , Ark. , Monroe Watkins , Snowball , Ark.

Wounded Severely - Corp. David N. Nichols , Little Rock , Ark., Pvt. Walter Hall , Dumas , Ark. , Tracy L. Foltz , Hamlin , Ark.

Wounded Degree Undetermined - James F. Fish , Star City , Ark.

Missing in Action - Oscar Peters McGehee , Ark.

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Source - October 22 , 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the morning papers . A grand total of 569 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Missing in Action - Walter L. Wilson , Scottsville ; Wounded Severely - Benjamin C. Birtcher , Texarkana ; Vernon S. Spencer , Mayesville ; Arthur A. Wylie , Chancel ; Died of Wounds , John C. Pauley , Cerro Gordo.

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . A grand total of 599 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Killed in Action - Linn C. Stringer , Craighead ; Wounded Degree Undetermined , John Lloyd , Morrilton ; Elmer Bennet , Little Rock , Ezra E. Mattox , Walnut Ridge , Died of Disease , Frances Hawthorne , Newport ; George Morris , Finfry ; Claude D. Simms , Brinkley.

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Source - August 31 , 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the morning papers . A grand total of 236 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Killed in Action - Morie Hanford , Mountain View.

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 Source - October 10, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the morning papers . The following were from Arkansas.

Died of Wounds - Geo. P. Milham , Benton Ark.

Wounded Severely - Charley F. Logan , Black Oak , Ark. ; William Cornwall , Fordyce , Ark ; Roy F. Rand , Rogers , Ark. ; Benny Sammons , Wicks , Ark.; Henry V. Curtis , Story , Ark.; Claude Underwood , Harrison , Ark. ;

Missing in Action - John E. Darr , Marvell , Ark. ; Charles F. Byrd , Fallsville , Ark. ; Fay S. McCabe , Madison , Ark.; Everett E. Smith , Harris , Ark.; Frank M. Langford , Buckner , Ark.; Otto S. Sloat , Heber Springs , Ark.

Bonnie P. McCulloch of Hope , Ark. previously reported at missing in action is now reported as wounded.

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 Source - October 2, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . A grand total of 28 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Wounded Severely - Frederick H. Black , Paragould ; Enoch H. Heath , Augusta ; Dave House , McCrory ; Harry Phillip McLaughlin , Booneville ;

Wounded Slightly - Thomas W. Duncan , Rushing.

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Source - September 18, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . A grand total of 28 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Wounded Severely - Bert A. Andrews , Walnut Ridge , Ark.; Jason Fugate , Ary , Ark.

Killed in Action - Roscoe Jordon , Green Forrest , Ark. ; Thomas J. Greene , Boyle , Ark.

Died of Accident and other causes - Arthur R. Webber , Mountain Home , Ark.

Missing in Action - William Warren , Pine Bluff , Ark.

Wounded degree undetermined - Charles B. Russell , Conway , Ark.

Died of Disease - Lawrence A. Wair , Little Rock , Ark.

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 Source - October 11, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . A grand total of 401 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Wounded Severely - Jerry Oliver , King ;

Killed in Action - Jesse M. Grisham , Holland , Bryan E. Raney , Rovers ; Alfred Autra , Bradford ;

Died of Disease - Sam Scott , Sherrell ; Erenst E. Haywood , Magnolia ;

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 Source - September 17, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . A grand total of 343 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Wounded Severely - Homer Hollis , Marshall ;

Killed in Action - William O. French , Elma ,

Died of Disease - Hez Collins , Vandale ,

Missing in Action - Phillip L. Hale , Lake City ;

Wounded Degree Undetermined - Samuel Randall , Van Buren

Prisoner - James M. Anderson , Piggott

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 Source - September 11, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . A grand total of 642 . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Killed in Action - Henry A. Foster , Imboden ; Silburn Holland , Lanieve ; Joseph Fred England , Monette

Died of Wounds - Denarquis Anderson , Morefield ; Virgil P. Tudor , Natural Dam

Died From Accident - Willie Hunt , Seyffel

Wounded Severly - Ruel White , Paris ; Wilford Braden , Tuckerman

Wounded Degree Undetermined ; Andy Tannzen , Van Buren

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 Source - September 14, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Killed in Action - George K. Curtis , Crossett

Died of Disease - George Hooper , Thornton

Wounded Severly - Tony Mattingly , Debow , Brady Virden , Bald Knob

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 Source - October 25, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Wounded Severly - Winfield S. Mills , Milton ,

Wounded Degree Undetermined - Enoch B. Brown , Wesson ,; John T. Fulbright , Anderson ; Edward L. Hary , Van Buren ; Roy Matthews , Atkins

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Source - August 7, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Killed in Action - Jack Brown , Paragould

Wounded Severly - William M. Carter , Harrisbjrg

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 Source - September 10, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Wounded Severly - Charles Logan , Black Oak ; William Carnwall , Fordyce ; Roy F. Rand , Rogers ; Barney Sanmons , Wicks ; Claude Undertown , Harrison ; Everett E. Smith , Howes; Roy Pierce , Corning

Wounded in Action - Frank M. Langford , Buckner

Killed in Action - Louis A. Bouyea , McDougla

Wounded Degree Undetermined - Benjamin Cockmon , Beaudry ; Get C. Brown , Rector

Missing in Action - Mearie Billingsley , Bauxite ; John D. Conditt , Heber Springs , William H. Watson , Pettigrew ; Grover Williams , Stamps ; Thomas E. Nielson , Gillette

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 Source - September 16, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Wounded Severly - Robert Perkins , Berryville

Died of Disease - Luster Vick , Russellville

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 Source - September 21, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Missing in Action - Charles Wood of Jonesboro

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 Source - September 25, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Killed in Action - Corp. Alex P. Bledsoe of Mena , Ark.

Died of Wounds - Pvt. Thomas Robinson of South Fort Smith , Ark.

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 Source - August 29, 1918 - Jonesboro Evening Sun

CASUALTY LIST

The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces for the afternoon papers . Of this number the following were from Arkansas.

Wounded Severely - Pvt. Barney Glenn , Walnut Ridge

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