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Daily Courier 14 August 1918 - Page 1
Nine of Connellsville are killed in action; Company E loses three
Everson boy formerly of 110th Regimental Band listed as among those dying in action; Seven of Company C are reported as being wounded severely.
Losses sustained on July 30 and August 1.
Sixteen members of Company D, three of Company E, and one of the 110th Regimental band, and several members of Company I fell in battle on the Aisne-Marne front the latter part of July and August 1, according to telegrams which were sent out yesterday by the War Department to towns affected by the fighting.
Other towns represented by members of the old "Fighting Tenth" felt the hand of war laid heavily upon them.
The casualties in Company D as reported during the day were:
Milton Lafayette Bishop was 24 years old and was one of the most widely