This is an article that my cousin sent me about our relative, Sam Warren.I thought that this might interest somebody.The article is entitled "Army Lists 18 More Casualties in State."
The War Department casualty list carried the names of 16 Alabamians, according to the Associated Press dispatch from Washington Friday. U.S. Army personnel killed in action in the Middle East, Flight Officer John W. Gilbert, son of Mrs. Hester A. Gilbert, of Box 218, Adger, Ala. Killed in the North African area, Cpl. Robert S. Dailey, Jr., son of R.S. Dailey, of 116 Larence Street, Selma; and Pfc. Samuel Warren, nephew of C.A. Jennings, Route 1, Bessemer. Killed in the Pacific, Tech. 5th Gr. Wilson Ross, son of Mrs. Maggie Ross, Wetumpka. Killed in the Southwest Pacific, Lt. Frank H. Beeson, son of Mrs. Caddie F. Beeson, 1800 Fourth Avenue, Tuscaloosa. U.S. Army personnel wounded in the North African area: Pfc. James H. Benefield, son of Mrs. Beatrice Starke Carlson, Mobile, Tech. 5th Gr. Johnny Duncan, son of Mrs. Mary Lou Duncan, Route 2, Grady; 2nd Lt. Arthur A. Godwin, son of A.A. Godwin, Enterprise; Pvt. Grover Harris, son of Mrs. Sally Harris, Cullman; Tech. 5th Gr. Charley H. Martin, son of Robert E. Martin, New Hope Route 1; Pvt. Daniel E. Massey, son of E.J. Massey, Hartford Route 3; Pvt. Ernest Sellers, son of Mrs. Jennie Geddy, Moundville; Pvt. Dewey Shiver, son of James De C. Shiver, Andalusia Route 3; Pvt. Croley H. Sloan, son of Mrs. Louella Sloan, Fort Payne Route 3; Pvt. Henry Turner, brother of Barnie Turner, of Oakman Route 2.