Monday, November 19, 2018

Names of 27 More North Carolinian Soldiers Killed Overseas Officially Released, Nov. 19, 1918

Published Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1918, in the Wilson Daily Times

The following North Carolinians are included in the list:

Casualty List for Thursday

Killed in Action

Private John H. Bean, Franklinville
Private Charles Burton Burrell, Hayesville

Private Elbert R. Jones, Middletown
Private Jacob A. Marshbourn, Durham

Private Walter B. Hussey, Ashboro
Private Hal E. Richardson, Star

Private Burton C. Hicks, Francisco
Private Zollie Avery Summerlin, Hendrix

Private Monroe Rodgers, Oxford
Private Thomas Albertson, High Point

Private John Kivett, Asheboro
Private Alexander Hunsucker, Catwaba

Private William T. Walker, Roaring River
Private Charlie B. Hall, Ogreata

Died from Wounds Received in Action

Sergeant Henry O. Carpenter, Gastonia
Private Cardoza Harrington, Osborn

Died from Disease

Private George W. Corey (no town given)
Private Robert L. Duck, Gates
Private Clifton T. Hayes, Manson

Wounded Severely in Action

Sergeant William C. Taylor, Mooresboro

Wounded, Degree Undetermined

Corporal Cecil Leroy, Everett
Corporal Richard H. Martin, Kinston
Private William A. Nicholson, Airlie
Private Merritt L. Cooper, Centon
Private Joel W.P. Morris, Joe

Wounded Slightly

Private Archie B. McCans, Somerfield
Machinist Lum W. Whitt, Francisco

Casualty List for Friday


Killed in Action

Lieutenant Joseph H. Johnson, Chapel Hill
Mechanic Charlie W. Carroll, Greensboro

Private Leo Leonard Smith, Robbersonville
Private West E. Williams, Aracoke (Ocracoke?)

Died From Wounds Received in Action

Corporal Charlie Bynum, Ayden
Private Derry Armstrong, Burgess

Private Silas L. Austin, Norwood
Private Main Bailey, Selma

Wounded Severely

Sergeant Amos Starnes, Monroe
Private Larkin Greer, Apple Grove

Wounded, Degree Undetermined

Sergeant Staley Redman, Statesville
Corporal Ernest Hackney, Durham
Private Joseph B. Blake, Lumberton

Slightly Wounded

Private Daniel Brittner, Asheville

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