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Transcribed from the Altoona Mirror August 14, 1918


WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 14. – Ten marine casualties were announced by the war department today, divided as follows:
Killed in action, four; wounded severely, three; wounded (degree undetermined), one, and missing, two. They include.

                KILLED IN ACTION
Corporal John D. Stark, West Pittston, Pa.; Privates A. P. Darby, Vermillion, Ohio; H. G. Klebes, Sharon, Conn.; Herbert H. Souder, Philadelphia.

Private G. M. Robinson, Conshohocken, Pa.

Private S. C. Mullin, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Casualties Reported August 1918 WWI

Keywords/Tags: Corporal John D. Stark, West Pittston, Private A. P. Darby, Vermillion Ohio, Private H. G. Klebes, Sharon Conneticut, Private Herbert H. Souder, Philadelphia, Private G. M. Robinson, Conshohocken PA, Private S. C. Mullin, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, WWI