Lt. William D. Robbins, Raleigh, died an airplane accident.
Lt. John C. Wilford, Asheville died in airplane accident.
Private Charles E. Dysart, Senia, missing in action.
Corporal E. McCollum, Wentworth, wounded severly; Marines.
Corporal Allison M. Page, Aberdeen, wounded; Marines.
Private Joseph Clark Jr., Kenton, wounded severely, Marines.
Lt. Presly R. Brown, Morganton, killed in action.
Private Henry K. Burtner, Greensboro, killed in action.
Private Grover K. Spratt, Belmont, died of disease.
Private Andrew J. Higgins, Ennice; killed in action, Marines.
Cook Joseph Wallace Hoce, Salisbury; killed in action.
Private Robert Pressley Falls, Kings Mountain, wounded severely.
Corporal James M. Jones, Williamston, wounded severely.
Private John F. Blalock, Hamlet, killed in action, Marines.
“Killed, Wounded, Prisoners and Missing as Officially Announced During the Past Week for North Carolina and Richmond County” from The Rockingham Post-Dispatch, July 25, 1918
Private James B. Chapman, Taylorsville, wounded severely.
Private William A. Elkins Fayetteville, wounded severely.
Private Arthur J. Chestnut of Warsaw, died at Camp Jackson two weeks ago.
Corporal Jean Kendall, Elkville, killed in action.
Corporal Jack Hicks, Canton, wounded severely.
Private Charlie Beck, Durham, wounded severely.
Private Claude Fuqua, Burlington, killed in action; Marines.
Private Marvin D. Teague, Gastonia; killed in action.
Marshall C. Smith, Morganton, killed in action.
Clayton C. Somerville, Raleigh, killed in action.