Montana Casualties 3 January 1919

Roll of Honor

Montana Casualties

Severely Wounded

Pvt Peter Hansen, Dagro, Mont.
Pvt Loyd A. Hilleman, Butte, Mont.

Marine Corps Casualties

The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary forces:

Killed in action – 4
Died of wounds received in action – 3
Died of disease – 2
Wounded in action (severely) – 21
Missing in action – 107
Total – 147

Northwestern Casualties

Missing in Action

Pvt William Bielenberg, Hayfield, Minn.
Pvt Frank D. Blood, Minneapolis, Minn.
Pvt Duncan J. Cameron, Rogers, Minn.
Pvt Samuel L. Crawford, Sunnyside, Wash.
Pvt William D. Kahrimanis, Miles City, Mont.
Pvt Frank J. Marklin, Garfield, Minn.
Pvt Jesse O. Myers, Sumas, Wash.
Pvt Phillip P. Palmer, Seattle, Wash.
Pvt Byron G. Stephens, Anaconda, Mont.

Section No. 1.

The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces:

Killed in action – 11
Died of wounds – 101
Died of accident or other causes – 1
Died of disease – 115
Missing in action – 60
Wounded severely – 163
Wounded, degree undetermined – 6
Wounded slightly – 5
Total – 462

Northwestern Casualties

Killed in Action.

Lieut. Irving J. Roth, Minneapolis.

Died From Wounds.

Cpl Andrew H. Bailey, Menam, Idaho.
Cpl Francis M. Yost, Cushman, Ore.
Pvt Harry J. Weller, Baker, Ore.
Pvt Thomas C. Baker, Pilot Rock, Ore.
Pvt Joe E. Dudley, Madison, S. D.
Pvt Robert MacGregor, Portland, Ore.
Pvt William H. Martin, Spokane, Wash.
Pvt Sever Moen, Stephen, minn.
Pvt John Setwick, Seattle, Wash.
Pvt Leonard J. Tudor, Bozeman, Mont.
Pvt Michael J. Hegarty, Apex, mont.

Died of Disease.

Pvt Geo. H. Morris, Amos, Mont.
Pvt Frank J. Brune, Salem, S. D.
Pvt Earl L. Ferris, Miles City, Mont.
Pvt John Giovando, Walkerville, Mont.

Montana Casualties.

Wounded Severely.

Pvt Archie L. McCabe, Wibaux.

Northwestern Casualties.

Missing in Action.

Pvt Edmond Matejack, Spokane, Wash.
Pvt Clarence E. Mitchell, Aladdin, Wyo.
Pvt Ara W. Sherritt, Blanchard, N. D.

Section No. 2.

The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces:

Killed in action – 90
Died of wounds – 5
Died of accident and other causes – 8
Died of disease – 14
Missing in action – 70
Wounded severely – 206
Total – 393

Northwestern Casualties.

Killed in Action.

Pvt Clinton Frnech, Dow, N. D.
Pvt Edwin Morken, Maddock, N. D.
Pvt Oscar A. Swenson, Stacy, Minn.
Pvt Guy R. Vaugh, Baker, Ore.
Pvt Thomas E. Bradburn, Kelso, Wash.
Pvt Christian T. Hanson, Bonilla, S. D.
Pvt Arthur William Lyford, Fall City, Wash.
Pvt Robert L. Sturdavant, Ennis, Mont.

Died of Accident and Other Causes.

Pvt William J. Bryant, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Pvt Roy E. Flinn, Spokane, Wash.

Died of Disease.

Lieut. Ima G. Bedford, Hillsboro, Ore.

Missing in Action.

Pvt Arthur C. Anderson, Devile Lake, N. D.
Pvt Peter R. Anderson, Bremerton, Wash.
Pvt Claude L. Campbell, Moscow, Idaho.
Pvt Walter Hooreth, Portland, Ore.
Pvt Tony Katzmark, Minneapolis, Minn.
Pvt William B. Lackie, Duluth, Minn.
Pvt Emil Lewison, Pratt, Minn.
Pvt Albert S. McDonough, Detroit, Minn.
Pvt Fred Nix, Aberdeen, Wash.
Pvt Mona Veseth, Etter, Minn.
Pvt Albert J. Walter, Redwood Falls, Minn.
Pvt Charles H. Welch, Regina, Mont.

Section No. 1.

The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces:

Killed in action – 20
Died of wounds – 57
Died of disease – 24
Wounded severely – 109
Total – 210

Northwestern Casualties.

Killed in Action.

Pvt Joseph Erickson, Cooperstown, N. D.
Pvt Henry Luckett, Foster, Mont.

Died of Wounds.

Pvt John W. Richardson, St. Paul, Minn.
Pvt Harold Abel, Fordville, N. D.
Pvt Joel Kellogg, Kellogg, Minn.
Pvt Edward C. Davis, Reliance, Wyo.
Pvt Elmer Hiatt, Henmare, N. D.
Pvt Raymond A. Mantell, Fairfax, Minn.
Pvt Gilbert G. Miley, Lake Andes, S. D.
Pvt William Mitchell, Naytahwaush, Minn.

Died of Disease.

Pvt Sever S. Thoen, Devon, Mont.

Montana Casualties.

Wounded Severely.

Pvt Frank Brunswick, Butte.

Section No. 2.

The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces:

Wounded (degree undetermined) – 108
Wounded slightly – 201
Total – 309

Montana Casualties.

Wounded Slightly.

Salo H. Salonen, Geyser, Mont.

Great Falls Daily Tribune, Great Falls, Montana, 3 January 1919.

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