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Army Casualty List
The following casualties are reported 
by the Commanding General 
of the American Expeditionary Foreces:  
Source:  
Hutchinson News
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Tuesday, October 1, 1918
page - 4
SurnameNameCity / TownCountryRank 
WillisAbraham E.CottagevilleSCPrivateWounded Severely
Army Casualty List
The following casualties are reported 
by the Commanding General 
of the American Expeditionary Foreces:  
Source:  
Hutchinson News
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Wednesday, October 2, 1918
page - 4
SurnameNameCity / TownCountryRank 
AndersonJim R.PiedmontSCLieutenantWounded Severely
ArnoldWillie NomrodRoebuctsSCLieutenantWounded Severely
BallardHenrySpartanburgSCCorporalWounded Severely
ReevesHenry F.GreenvilleSCPrivateKilled in Action
Army Casualty List
The following casualties are reported 
by the Commanding General 
of the American Expeditionary Foreces:  
Source:  
Hutchinson News
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Thursday, October 3, 1918 
page - 4 *** columns - 3 & 4
SurnameNameCity / TownCountryRank 
HindsDewey W.OrumSCPrivateWounded Severely
PettyRomeoCherokeeSCPrivateKilled in Action
Army Casualty List
The following casualties are reported 
by the Commanding General 
of the American Expeditionary Foreces:  
Source:  
Hutchinson News
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Friday, October 4, 1918 
page - 4 *** columns - 2, 3, 4 & 5
SurnameNameCity / TownCountryRank 
CurtisCelery D.GaffneySCPrivateDied from Accident and Other Causes
PhillipsBenLancasterSCPrivateMissing in Action
PorterErnest E.PickensSCCorporalDied from Accident and Other Causes
Army Casualty List
The following casualties are reported 
by the Commanding General 
of the American Expeditionary Foreces:  
Source:  
Hutchinson News
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Monday, October 7, 1918 
page - 4 *** columns - 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5
SurnameNameCity / TownCountryRank 
BarrineauLeviCharlestonSCPrivateWounded Severely
BrownGrogan J. W.GreerSCCorporalWounded Severely
StoneMathew R.HamptonSCCorporalWounded Severely
Army Casualty List
The following casualties are reported 
by the Commanding General 
of the American Expeditionary Foreces:  
Source:  
Hutchinson News
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Tuesday, October 8, 1918 
page - 6 *** columns - 3, 4 & 5
SurnameNameCity / TownCountryRank 
SamuelsWalker B.WarrensvilleSCPrivateWounded Severely
YoungRobert LeeSpartanburgSCPrivateWounded Severely
Army Casualty List
The following casualties are reported 
by the Commanding General 
of the American Expeditionary Foreces:  
Source:  
Hutchinson News
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Wednesday, October 9, 1918 
page - 4 *** columns - 2, 3 & 4
SurnameNameCity / TownCountryRank 
HemmingerJames M.CampobelleSCPrivateWounded Severely
HortonHarry C.ColumbiaSCLieutenantKilled in Action
BensonScottAndersonSC PrivateWounded Severely
Army Casualty List
The following casualties are reported 
by the Commanding General 
of the American Expeditionary Foreces:  
Source:  
Hutchinson News
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Thursday, October 10, 1918 
page - 6 *** columns - 2, 3, 4 & 5
SurnameNameCity / TownCountryRank 
BodieOllieAlkenSCPrivateWounded Severely
PattersonWilliamFort MillSCPrivateDied from Wounds
RallingsJohn LeeJeffersonSCPrivateDied from Wounds


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