Thursday, May 12, 2016

North Carolina Soldiers Wounded, Killed in May 1919

 “North Carolina Casualties,” from the Rockingham Post-Dispatch, May 29, 1919

Washington (Special)—North Carolinians appearing in the latest casualties reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces are: James O. Jackson, Dunn, wounded, degree undetermined; Marvin V. Morton, Farmville, wounded slightly.

In the “current casualties,” among those reported as dying from disease is Owen Williams, Middleton.

Private Charlie A. Pritchard of Elizabeth City is among the slightly wounded.

Private Alonzo G. Pack of Winston-Salem is reported among the missing in action in the Marine Corps casualties from overseas. 

Private James N. Roberson of Saxapahaw, who is in the Marine Corps, previously reported missing in action, has returned to the United States.

Captain Frank A. Owens of Charlotte is among the wounded reported.

Private Robert L. Williams of Durham is reported as having been slightly wounded.

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