Thursday, March 14, 2019

Three North Carolinian Soldiers Reported Dead in March 14, 1919 Casualty List

From The Commonwealth, Scotland Neck, N.C., March 14, 1919

Fountain Man Has Been Wounded

Washington, March 14—Private Raymond I. Goff of Fountain is reported among today’s casualties as wounded to a degree undetermined.

North Carolina contributed 15 men to the total of 463 men in the seven lists issued today by the war department as follows:

Private Jenkins Fennell of Ivanhoe was killed in action.

Privates Fred Spivey of Maggie, Lloyd Ausbon of Robersonville and Robert Gatytis of Aurora died of disease.

Private Thomas Hunt of Alert died from an accident or other cause.

Privates Raymond L. Goff of Fountain, Albert Rayner of Dunn, James N. Roberson of Saxapahaw, Marine, and James Harviel of Cornelius was wounded to a degree undetermined.

Privates Dawson Andrews of Garland and Roscoe Addison of Durham were wounded slightly.

Private Robert Ross of Gibson is sick in the hospital.

Private John F. Teague of Hayes
(Ended without saying why Teague was on the list.)

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