US Army Deaths Reported on 15 January 1919

Roll of Honor

 Section No. 1.

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

Died of wounds – 51
Died from accident or other causes – 3
Died from disease – 41
Wounded, degree undetermined – 1
Missing in action – 1
Total – 97

Northwestern Casualties

Died From Wounds.

Pvt John T. Davies, Payette, Idaho.
Pvt Oscar Nelson, South Have, Minn.
Pvt Roy O. Perley, Dodge Center, Minn.
Pvt Chester J. Seely, Portland, Ore.

Died of Disease.

Pvt Elson James, Marysville, Wash.
Pvt John J. Jensen, Askov, Minn.
Pvt William A. Lubrecht, Pine City, Minn.
Pvt Peder M. Maurstad, Kennedy, Minn.
Pvt Johnny Pederson, Malcolm, Minn.

Returned to Duty, Previously Reported Killed in Action.

Pvt Daniel Connelly, Barry, Minn.
Pvt Emil Nelson, Alpena, S. D.

Wounded Severely, Previously Reported Died of Disease.

Pvt Frederick S. Tucker, Bozeman, Mont.

Previously Reported Missing in Action, Now Reported Killed in Action.

Cpl Walter H. Henderson, Spicer, Minn.
Pvt Carl J. Eckberg, Huron, S. D.

Killed in Action, Previously Reported Missing in Action.

Pvt Carl henry, Spearfish, S. D.
Pvt Emil Hogberg, Argyle, Minn.
Pvt Robert E. Kryselmire, Torrington, Wyo.

Previously Reported Missing in Action.

Lieut. Harold H. Sayre, Calgary, Alberta.
Pvt Arthur T. McKeeman, Afton, Wyo.

Wounded Severely, Previously Reported Missing in Action.

Pvt Andrew Johnson, Portland, Ore.
Pvt Ted Shaffer, Tacoma, Wash.

Wounded, Previously Reported Missing.

Pvt Domenic Deluca, Harrison, Idaho.
Pvt Paul G. C. Edhlund, Waterfield, Minn.
Pvt Ladrant Echemendy, Buffalo, Wyo.
Pvt Tony Kantzmark, Minneapolis, Minn.
Pvt John H. Kvamme, Mekinock, N. D.
Pvt John B. Lapage, Hot Springs, S. D.
Pvt Roy F. Loucks, Mansfield, Wash.
Pvt Arthur P. Lyppardt, Tacoma, Wash.
Pvt George E. Morton, Napavine, Wash.
Pvt Edwin Nelson, Portland, N. D.
Pvt Iver G. Rokstad, Seattle, Wash.
Pvt Axel Sundstern, Roseau, Minn.

Returned to Duty, Previously Reported Missing in Action.

Pvt Paul A. Cahtnagon, Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Pvt Harry L. C. Kitts, Rosalia, Wash.
Pvt Henry J. Latsch, Helena, Mont,
Pvt Elling Lee, Ortonville, Minn.
Pvt William MacKee, Anaconda, Mont.
Pvt Roy Masse, Britton, S. D.
Pvt Joseph H. Murphy, Butte, Mont.
Pvt Daniel H. Nill, Wenatchee, Wash.
Pvt Martin Noonan, Irene, S. D.
James W. Stickles, Stanchfield, Minn.
Pvt Max Young, Mora, Min.

 Section No. 2.

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

Died of wounds – 42
Died of disease – 94
Wounded severely – 176
Total – 312

Northwestern Casualties

Died of Wounds.

Sergt. Neil Christiansen, Malad City, Idaho.
Cpl Roy Lessert, Martin, S. D.
Pvt Sidney Montgomery, Albany, Ore.
Pvt William Tucker, Gallata, Mont.
Pvt Magnus S. Anderson, Belmont, Mont.

Died of Disease.

Pvt Johnny Pederson, Malcolm, Minn.
Pvt Joseph Rottenbycher, Cedar Canyon, S. D.
Pvt Melvin G. Sundby, Kippen, Mont.
Pvt Joseph H. Breitbach, Sioux Falls, S. D.
Pvt Delbert D. Graves, Cathage, S. D.
Pvt Eugene Kelly, Portland, ore.
Pvt William Kolshern, Red Wing, Minn.

Montana Casualties

Wounded Severely.

Pvt Hjalmar G. Nelson, Great Falls.
Pvt John Richley, Butte.
Pvt Silas L. A. Wigle, Big Arm, Mont.

 Section No. 1.

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

Killed in action – 56
Died of wounds – 71
Died from accident and other causes – 19
Died in airplane accident – 3
Died from disease – 17
Wounded severely – 143
Wounded, degree undetermined – 10
Wounded slightly – 2
Missing in action – 29
Total – 339

Northwestern Casualties

Killed in Action.

Lieut. Conrad G. Johnson, Duluth, Minn.
Sergt. Harry A. Grono, Spokane.
Cpl Carl E. Westlund, Mission Hill, S. D.
Master Engineer George L. Nutter, Minneapolis, Minn.
Pvt John G. Gariello, Seattle, Wash.
Pvt Glenn W. Eames, Monan, Idaho.
Pvt William G. Grossfrentz, Wells, Minn.
Pvt Robert L. Henry, Lafayette, Ore.

Died From Wounds.

Pvt Marcus E. Callahan, Minto, N. D.
Pvt James E. Fenwick, Sheaville, Ore.
Pvt Walter A. Strom, Stillwater, Minn.

Died From Accident and Other Causes.

Lieut. Donald R. Broxon, Boise, Idaho.
Sergt. James C. Alcott, Kamiah, Idaho.

Died of Disease.

Nurse Lydia V. Whiteside, Duluth, Minn.
Cpl Iver Burke, Corfu, Wash.

Montana Casualties

Wounded Severely.

Cpl Edward Harris, Ahsley, Mont.
Cpl Clyde R. Hogarty, Knowlton, Mont.

Northwestern Casualties

Missing in Action.

Pvt John Altman, White Lake, S. D.
Pvt Joe Artwine, North Minneapolis, Minn.
Pvt James L. Thompson, New Richland, Minn.
Pvt Jacob Weller, Eureka, S. D.

 Section No. 2.

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

Killed in action – 62
Died of disease – 82
Wounded severely – 249
Missing in action – 20
Total – 413

Northwestern Casualties

Killed in Action.

Pvt Christian J. Brudwick, Seattle.
Pvt Clarence M. Barber, Rexburg, Idaho.
Pvt Andrew T. Johnson, Mineola, Minn.
Pvt Roy Knapp, Sidney, Mont.
Pvt Hugh R. Williams, Rochester, Wash.

Died of Disease.

Pvt Geo. A. Bruyer, Burbank, S. D.
Pvt Grove McCarthy, South Rapid City, S. D.
Pvt Edgar Earle Pears, Spokane, Wash.
Pvt Hjalmar Buskrud, Ashby, Minn.

Montana Casualties

Wounded Severely.

Pvt Lukas Dimick, Red Lodge, Mont.
Pvt Peter Larson, Havre, Mont.
Pvt Lyle Myers, Columbia Falls, Mont.
Pvt Oscar F. Patterson, Randolph, Mont.

Northwestern Casualties

Missing in Action.

Pvt John P. Plasmeier, Arco, Minn.

Killed, Previously Reported Missing.

Cpl Herman Goltz, Mona, Minn.
Cpl Alphonse J. Meidinger, St. Paul, Minn.
Pvt Albert Carmichael, Clinton, N. D.
Pvt John T. Clegg, Dubois, Idaho.
Pvt Walter C. Crane, Allegheney, Ore.
Pvt Leo C. Dittrick, Stickley, S. D.
Pvt John Grove, Madison, Minn.
Pvt George Gust, Seattle, Wash.
Pvt Gilbert A. Lambert, Maple Lane, Minn.
Pvt Roy C. Olson, Hayti, S. D.
Pvt Melvin Sweatt, Long Prairie, Minn.
Pvt Alfred Swens, Eureka, Minn.
Pvt Harry F. Vine, Dayton, Wyo.

Died, Previously Reported Missing.

Pvt Gilbert Frondal, Oakland, Minn.

Wounded Severely, Reported Missing.

Pvt Guy S. Varns, Mott, S. D.

Montana Private Dies in Germans Prison Camp.

Washingt, Jan. 14. – The war department, today, announced Private Jerry H. Sullivan, Creston, Mont., died in a German prison camp.

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