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Zoraya SP-235 - History


Zoraya

(Yacht: t. 129 (gross), l. 135'; b. 18', dr. 7'6" (aft);
s. 12 k.; cpl. 33; a. 2 3-pdrs.)

Zoraya (SP-235)—a wooden-hulled yacht constructed in 1901 by J. M. Bayles & Sons at Port Jefferson, N.Y. —was acquired by the Navy from Mr. William Biel for service with the section patrol on 16 August 1917 and commissioned at New York on 17 December 1917. For the duration of the war, Zoraya served under the command of the Commandant, 3d Naval District, and patrolled the coasts of New York and New Jersey. On 8 February 1919, some three months after the end of hostilities, the yacht was returned to her owner.


یواس‌اس زورایا (اس‌پی-۲۳۵)

یواس‌اس زورایا (اس‌پی-۲۳۵) (به انگلیسی: USS Zoraya (SP-235) ) یک کشتی بود که طول آن ۱۳۵ فوت ۰ اینچ (۴۱٫۱۵ متر) بود. این کشتی در سال ۱۹۰۱ ساخته شد.

یواس‌اس زورایا (اس‌پی-۲۳۵)
پیشینه
مالک
تکمیل ساخت: ۱۹۰۱
به دست آورده شده: ۱۶ اوت ۱۹۱۷
اعزام: ۱۷ دسامبر ۱۹۱۷
مشخصات اصلی
گنجایش: 129 tons gross
درازا: ۱۳۵ فوت ۰ اینچ (۴۱٫۱۵ متر)
پهنا: ۱۸ فوت ۰ اینچ (۵٫۴۹ متر)
آبخور: ۷ فوت ۶ اینچ (۲٫۲۹ متر)
سرعت: 12 knots

این یک مقالهٔ خرد کشتی یا قایق است. می‌توانید با گسترش آن به ویکی‌پدیا کمک کنید.


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Soraya – The sad story of a Queen

The wedding finally took place on February 12, 1951. The event was a grand one but also a difficult physical test for Soraya. Weak and frail from weeks of serious illness, she barely made it through the long and exhausting wedding ceremonies.

The first months of the marriage were the perfect fairy tale. Two young people in love, completely happy with each other and looking forward to establishing their own family. That was not to happen for the next seven years or…ever. Three years into the marriage, the palace circles began to lose patience. The Queen didn’t seem to show any signs of pregnancy, and her doctor said that it might take years until this would happen.

The Shah was increasingly depressed over this situation which put a strain on his marriage to Soraya. Matters got worst when his younger brother (and heir to the throne up to that moment) died in a plane crash. Iran became the only monarchy in the world without an heir.
Familial and political pressure mounted on the young couple who had no solution other than to divorce in 1958. Soraya had been Queen of Iran for seven years. With the support of her husband, she got involved with charity organizations in Iran and people appreciated her work and her down to earth manners. She genuinely cared about the cause of poor, uneducated people in her country and tried to bring her contribution where it was needed.

Divorce meant not only leaving her country (she was exiled to Switzerland) but also the man she loved deeply. At 26 years old, she was forced to start a new life in a new country all alone. But the Shah supported her and allowed her to live a comfortable life. Sources close to the royal family said that he never stopped loving her, and he would have never divorced her but for the pressure of his position.

Soraya became a style icon and socialite famous for her collection of jewellery and her royal past. She had a brief career as an actress (known only as Soraya) and starred in the 1965 Italian movie “The Three Faces” and became the companion of its director, Franco Indovina. For a short moment, it looked as if life and love were smiling again to Soraya. But Indovina died in a plane crash, and Soraya succumbed to depression. She ended her artistic career and took up residence in France. Occasionally, she attended social events in the French capital but became an increasingly rare presence as time went on.

The former Queen of Iran died in Paris, at the age of 69. Her story inspired and impressed many people. French songwriter Francoise Mallet-Jorris to write “Je veux pleurer comme Soraya” (I Want to Cry Like Soraya), a rose was baptised with her name and an Italian/German television movie about the princess’s life, Soraya (the Sad Princess), was broadcast in 2003, starring Anna Valle as Soraya and Erol Sander as the Shah.

Soraya Esfandiari Bakhtiari remains one of the saddest and most beautiful figures of royal history, a victim of times and mentalities like so many other women who did not have her outstanding public status.


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Zoraya SP-235 - History

UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD CASUALTIES

by Name - D'ABREU to DYKEMAN

Ship's Cook Edward Daly, lost when USS President Lincoln was sunk off France , May 31, 19 18 (US Naval Historical Center, click to enlarge)

Links to United States Navy in World War 1

- Royal Navy Log Books of the World War 1-era, includes references to USN ships escorting North Atlantic convoys, river gunboat operations in China etc

"Officers and Enlisted Men of the United States Naval Service Who Died During the World War", Bureau of Navigation of the Navy Department, 1920.

"United States Coast Guard Roll of Honor, April 6, 1917 to November 30, 1918", supplement to Report of the Secretary of the Navy, 1919.

1. The US Coast Guard is incorporated into the US Navy in time of war.

2. Information is in order - Name, Rank, Service other than USN, (next of kin appointment/enlistment), ship, base or place of death, cause, date of death.

3. Main abbreviations: A - Aviation, F - Female, G - General, JG - junior grade, NNV - National Naval Volunteers, R - Radio, USNRF - US Naval Reserve Force, USNRC - United States Naval Reserve Corps.



D'ABREU, JOHN A, Seaman, USNRF, (wife, Mary D'Abreu, 149 Center Street, Dorchester, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, April 24, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, N H, disease, June 23, 19 17

DADDOW, LLOYD ARCHABALD, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Ella Daddow, Dallas, Pa enlisted Scranton, Pa, May 14, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, June 14, 19 17

DAIGLE, JOSEPH ERNEST, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Simon Ernest Daigle, Hope Villa, La enlisted New Orleans, La, June 21, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 20, 19 18

DAKE, FRANK JOE , Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Mary E Dake, 800 East Dale Street, Springfield, Mo enlisted St Louis, Mo, May 17, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, February 22, 19 18

DALE, ROBERT RADFORD, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Fannie Dale, box 243, Louisville, Colo enlisted Denver, Colo, June 16, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, September 15, 19 17

DALES, JOHN ELDIS, Pharmacist's Mate, 3rd class, (mother, Nancy Mary Dales, University Park, Iowa enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, June 12, 19 17), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, influenza, October 12, 19 18

DALLAS, CECIL, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, David Dallas, 3046 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa,, May 7, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, February 9, 19 18

DALNES, HAROLD EDWARD, Electrician, 2nd class, (mother, Ellen M Dalnes, 723 Myrtle Street, Crookston, Minn enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 24, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DALTION, JAMES HARRY, Fireman, 1st class (G C M P), (aunt, Mrs Sarah Doane, 571 Bennington Street, East Boston, Mass enlisted New York, N Y June 10, 19 16), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, N H, respiratory disease, October 4, 19 18

DALTON , BLAINE , Apprentice Seaman, USNRF (not in active Service), (mother, Lodoska V Dalton, Sylvatus , Va enlisted Richmond , Va , July 19, 19 18 ), Sylvatus , Va , respiratory disease, October 17, 19 18

DALTON, CARL LEWIS, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd class, (father, Lycurgus E Dalton, Gastonia, N C enlisted Richmond, Va, June 24, 19 15), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 19 18

DALTON, LEROY SELVESTER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John Dalton, Hartford, S Dak enlisted Omaha, Nebr, May 16, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Annapolis, Md, respiratory disease, October 14, 19 18

DALY, EDWARD MICHAEL (right), Ship’s Cook, 4th class, (father, John Daly, 65 North Odgen Street, Buffalo, N Y enlisted Buffalo, N Y September 18, 19 17), USS President Lincoln, ex-German liner, troop transport (no ID #), torpedoed and sunk by U90 about 600 miles west of France, May 31, 19 18

DALY, HUGH, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Hugh Daly, 5529 Columbia Avenue, St Louis, Mo enlisted St Louis, Mo, June 4, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 9, 19 18

DALZELL, ELGIN RAY , Seaman, (father, Clifton H Dalzell, Paris, Ky enlisted Louisville, Ky, August 17, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, disease, April 18, 19 18

DAMASCHKE, HARRY C, Seaman, 1st class, USNRF, (father, August Damaschke, 153 Alphonse Street, Rochester, N Y enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 1, 19 17), USS Von Steuben, ex-German liner Kronprinz Wilhelm, troop transport (ID-3017), drowned, July 14, 19 17

DAMAVARA, CHRIST, Coxswain, USNRF, (mother, Katherine Damavara, Limmos, Greece enlisted U S S Cyclops, December 1, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DAMSEL, CLYDE, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (wife, Virginia Damsel, 61 Eleventh Street, Wheeling W Va enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, May 27, 19 18), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, September 30, 19 18

DANCY, ISAAC, Boatswain's Mate, 2nd class, (father, Norman M Dancy, Vannoy, N C enlisted Richmond, Va, January 12, 19 16), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DANIEL, JOSEPH ROLAND, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Carrie A Daniel, 398 Broad Street, Darlington, S C enlisted Charleston, S C, April 3, 19 17), USS Alcedo, yacht (SP-166), torpedoed and sunk by UC.71 off French west coast, November 5, 19 17

DANIELL, JAMES EARNEST, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Pearl Daniell, R R 4, box 30, Lawton, Okla enlisted Dallas, Tex, February 18, 19 13), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, February 7, 19 18

DANIELS, BENJAMIN NASH, Machinist, 1st class, USCG, (wife, Mrs Fannie I Daniels, 323 South Stricker Street, Baltimore, Md), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 19 18

DANIELS, JAMES GANSON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Josephine S Daniels, 4708 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, Mo enlisted Chicago, Ill, May 28, 19 18), Naval Auxiliary Reserve School, Municipal Pier, Chicago, Ill, respiratory disease, October 5, 19 18

DANIELS, JOSEPH BRECKINBIDGE, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Mrs J F Daniels, 97 Market Street, Annapolis, Md enlisted Annapolis, Md, August 19, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Annapolis, Md, respiratory disease, October 16, 19 18

DANIELS, LOREN RAYMOND, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Emma J Wilson, 71 East Union Street, Newark, N J enlisted Buffalo, N Y March 3, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, August 3, 19 17

DANIELSON, CHRISTIAN PETER, Ship’s Cook, 4th class, (mother, Marie Danielson, box 8, Byrum, Utah enlisted Salt Lake City, Utah, October 10, 19 17), USS Comfort, ex-passenger ship Havana, hospital ship (later AH-3), railroad accident, DOI, June 9, 19 18

DANN, CHARLES LaFAYETTE, Chief Water Tender, USNRF, (mother, Sybelia Agnes Dann, 118 Hone Street, Kingston, N Y enlisted New York, N Y April 26, 19 17), New York, N Y, respiratory disease, September 22, 19 18

DANNEMILLER, VINCENT DE PAUL, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Solomon Dannemiller, Doylestown, Ohio enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, July 25, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 4, 19 18

DANNENBERG, FRED HENRY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Elizabeth Dannenberg, Jewell Ohio enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, June 6, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 13, 19 18

DANNER, HARRY KNOWLES, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Sarah Danner, Blanchard, Iowa enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, May 4, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 26, 19 18

DANZ, WILLIAM FRED , Fireman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Emma R Danz, 1249 Halstead Street, Muscatine, Iowa enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, July 9, 19 18), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 13, 19 18

DARBY, CHESTER ARMSTRONG, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Eva Armstrong Darby, box 552, Colorado Springs, Colo enlisted Denver, Colo, December 13, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 27, 19 18

DARBY, JAMES GERALD, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Mary Darby, box 600, St Ignace, Mich enlisted Detroit, Mich, September 28, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, October 18, 19 18

DARLING, JOSEPH, Chief Machinist's Mate, (father, John E Darling, 22 Amsden Street, Arlington, Mass enlisted Puget Sound, Wash, May 1, 19 15), Receiving Ship, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, October 27, 19 18

DARLING, LEON WALLACE, Fireman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Abbie Darling, Summerland, Calif enlisted Mare Island, Calif, April 18, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 16, 19 18

DARNELL, WILLIAM CARL, Shipwright, USNRF, (mother, Mana Darnell, Browns Grove, Ky enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 26, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, September 27, 19 18

DARNELL, WILLIAM LEE , Coxswain, USNRF, (wife, Marie L Darnell, 308 State Street, Berkley, Va enlisted Norfolk, Va, December 12, 19 17), USS Lakemoor, also Lake Moore, freighter (ID-2180), torpedoed by UB64 in Irish Sea, April 11, 19 18

DARNOLD, RAY LAW, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Leroy Darnold, 6820 Lakewood Avenue, Chicago, Ill enlisted Chicago, Ill, June 4, 19 17), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, disease, February 16, 19 18

DARNOU, JULES GARNIER, Gunner, USCG, (wife, Mrs Catherine Darnou, Substation No 1, Tampa, Fla), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 19 18

DARRAGH, PATRICK JOSEPH, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary A Darragh, 25 Catherine Street, Bridgeport, Conn enlisted Brooklyn, N Y June 7, 19 18), Kingston Avenue Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 21, 19 18

DARROW, EVERETT LELON, Ship’s Cook, 3rd class, (father, Will Darrow, Snyder, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, September 15, 19 17), Naval Air Station, Miami, Fla, respiratory disease, October 3, 19 18

DATER, WALDO VAN DYKE, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Katherine Dater, 178 Sixth Avenue, North Troy, N Y enlisted Albany, N Y June 15, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, November 6, 19 18

DAUB, WILFRED FRANKLIN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Elizabeth Daub, Linfleld, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 10, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 6, 19 18

DAUGHERTY, ALBERT LEWIS, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Michael Daugherty, 415 Arlington Avenue, Newark, Ohio enlisted Parkersburg, W Va, December 18, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va, respiratory disease, April 18, 19 18

DAUGHTON, LEO MORRIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Hannah Griffin Daughton, Grand River, Iowa enlisted Grand River, Iowa, June 4, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Annapolis, Md, respiratory disease, October 14, 19 18

DAUM, HARRY JULIUS, Carpenter's Mate, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, John Daum, 1818 Doty Street, Oshkosh, Wis enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, May 9, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 25, 19 18

DAUSER, ANTHONY AUGUSTUS, Landsman for Yeoman, (father, Thomas Dauser, 1320 Twenty-2nd Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Ala enlisted Montgomery, Ala, March 8, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, disease, May 14, 19 18

DAVENPORT, EVERETT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John W Davenport, Paw Creek, N C enlisted Raleigh, N C, May 30, 19 18), No 3 Hospital, Leith, Scotland, respiratory disease, November 3, 19 18

DAVEY, HARRY ELLSWORTH, Lieutenant (JG) (Medical Corps), USNRF, (No record appointed New Hampshire), 67 Summer Street, Keene, NH, influenza, October 5, 19 18

DAVID, ALFRED CARLTON Landsman for Quartermaster (A), USNRF, (mother, Bobie Kendrick David, R F D 1, Columbus, Ohio enlisted Atlanta, Ga, July 17, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, September 24, 19 18

DAVIDSON, DELOZIER, Ensign, Reserve Force (class 5), (mother, Marie A Davidson, 657 Broad Street, Kllznbeth, N J appointed New Jersey), Naval Air Station, Moutchic Lacanau, France, seaplane accident ( NHC - 22nd), August 14, 19 18

DAVIDSON, JAS CLARENCE, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (aunt, Annie Davidson, 2706 Seventh Street, Meridian, Miss enlisted New York, N Y April 21, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 20, 19 18

DAVIDSON, THROCK MORTON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Mrs K B Davidson, 1523 North Topeka Street, Wichita, Kans enlisted Chicago, Ill, July 8, 19 18), SS Palmer (possibly Great Lakes bulk carrier William P Palmer), at Conneaut, Ohio, disease, October 8, 19 18

DAVIDSON, VERDEN ORVAL, Chief Boatswain's Mate, USNRF, (wife, Mary Davidson, Bolinas, Calif enlisted Bolinas, Calif, April 7, 19 18), Naval Air Station, San Diego, Calif, influenza/respiratory disease, November 2, 19 18

DAVIES, GEORGE FORREST, Landsman for Electrician (G), USNRF, (father, Alfred Jas Davies, 14401 Coit Road, Cleveland, Ohio enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, June 29, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, August 8, 19 18

DAVIS, ALBERT, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Harriet Gundy Davis, Perham, Minn enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 29, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 26, 19 18

DAVIS, ALVIN ELLIOTT, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (mother, Lottie Davis, 3117 South Dakota Avenue, NE, Washington, D C enlisted Washington, D C, February 18, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 19, 19 18

DAVIS, CHARLES ERWIN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Helen Marvel Davis, Marion, Ky enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 9, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 28, 19 18

DAVIS, DENSEL LEE , Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Edward Harris Davis, 1727 East Sixty-ninth Street, Los Angeles, Calif enlisted Los Angeles, Calif, June 19, 19 18), Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 20, 19 18

DAVIS, EDWARD LEE , Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, William J Davis, Warrenton, N C enlisted Raleigh, N C, March 5, 19 18), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DAVIS, ELMER H, Landsman for Quartermaster (A), USNRF, (wife, Laura Adelia Davis, Madison, S Dak enlisted Omaha, Nebr, July 19, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 21, 19 18

DAVIS, FRANK JOHN, Ship’s Cook, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Grace Ann Davis, 733 Brooklyn Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 13, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Cape May, N J, influenza, October 3, 19 18

DAVIS, FRANK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Harry Davis, Patton, Pa enlisted Johnstown, Pa, June 21, 19 18), Philadelphia, Pa, found dead on railroad train, September 8, 19 18

DAVIS, GEORGE THOMAS, Yeoman, 2nd class, (wife, Christian Davis, 42 Graham Street, Jersey, N J enlisted New York, N Y February 24, 19 17), USS Aylwin, destroyer (later DD-47), drowned at sea, January 4, 19 18

DAVIS, HARRY BRUCE, Carpenter's Mate, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Mrs Anna Mary Davis, Tescott, Kans enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, May 6, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 24, 19 18

DAVIS, HARRY MATTHEWS, Carpenter, (wife, Dora E Davis, 202 South Catalina Avenue, Redondo Beach, Calif appointed No record), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DAVIS, HARRY, Baker, 1st class, (Guardian, J A Kirk, Hopewell, Pa enlisted Galveston, Tex, February 16, 19 14), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), (DANFS - on passage), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DAVIS, JAMES FREDERICK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John Davis, 117 Alsace Avenue, Buffalo, N Y enlisted Buffalo, N Y May 9, 19 18), Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, respiratory disease, September 28, 19 18

DAVIS, JAS EMMETT, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Joseph Davis, R F D 2 Daggett, Mich enlisted Ishpeming, Mich, November 21, 19 17), USS Camden, ex-German Kiel, freighter, conversion to submarine tender began mid-1918 (later AS-6), wounded, January 21, 19 18

DAVIS, JASPER LOUIS, Seaman, (mother, Celia Priscilla French, Okoloma, Miss enlisted Nashville, Tenn, June 5, 19 17), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DAVIS, JOHN FRANCIS, Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Annie L McKeown, 129 Webster Street, East Boston, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, November 10, 19 17), USS Albany, protected cruiser, disease, July 22, 19 18

DAVIS, JOHN LYNWOOD, Quartermaster, 2nd class, (father, John R Davis, Merry Point, Va enlisted Baltimore, Md, October 13, 19 15), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, November 8, 19 18

DAVIS, JOHN, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Margaret Davis, 229 East Church Street, Nanticoke, Pa enlisted Scranton, Pa, August 8, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, respiratory disease, September 27, 19 18

DAVIS, JOHN, Fireman, 3rd class, (brother, Thomas Davis, Tresckow, Pa enlisted Scranton, Pa, November 30, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, January 13, 19 18

DAVIS, JOSEPH NORMAN, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Laura Bugatimer Davis, R R 2, Guyton, Ga enlisted Atlanta, Ga, December 15, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, January 6, 19 18

DAVIS, MAURICE LYLE, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, (mother, Rose Davis, 614 Prospect Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich enlisted Detroit, Mich, May 10, 19 17), Marine Barracks, Quantico, Va, disease, February 10, 19 18

DAVIS, MOSES LOUIS, Storekeeper, 1st class, USNRF, (father, Benamin Davis, 1435 Cadieur Street, Montreal, Canada enlisted Norfolk, Va, December 4, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 6, 19 18

DAVIS, OSCAR, Seaman, 2nd class, (sister, Bessie Smith, 1322 South 2nd Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, November 15, 19 13), USS Jarvis, destroyer (later DD-38), drowned, October 8, 19 17

DAVIS, RALPH RAYFORD, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Leona Davis, Taylorsville, Ga enlisted Atlanta, Ga, April 10, 19 17), USS Supply, freighter, believed Flagship, Train, Atlantic Fleet, drowned, August 10, 19 18

DAVIS, ROSCOE BILLY, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Zora Bell McCullum, Skykomish, Wash enlisted Portland, Oreg, August 21, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, November 7, 19 18

DAVIS, THOMAS EVERETT, Engineman, 2nd class, (mother, Alma Davis, South Mansfield, La enlisted New Orleans, La, April 12, 19 17), USS San Diego, ex-California, armored cruiser (No.6), mined, laid by U.156, sank 10 miles SE of Fire Island, New York (also possibly torpedoed by U.156 or internal explosion), July 19, 19 18

DAVIS, WILLIAM, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (sister, Susie Davis Battle, Middletown, N Y enlisted Atlanta, Ga, June 20, 19 18), Receiving Ship, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 14, 19 18

DAVISON, FRED , Fireman, 2nd class, (wife, Mahala Davison, Coin, Iowa enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 2, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DAVY, HAROLD MICHAEL, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Michael Davy, 811 Clymer Place, Madison, Wis enlisted Madison, Wis, December 13, 19 17), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, January 9, 19 18

DAY, ALVIN GEORGE, Fireman, 2nd class, USNRF, (brother, Leonard Day, Hollister, Calif enlisted Hollister , Calif , July 30, 19 17 ), Naval Hospital , Norfolk , Va , respiratory disease, October 16, 19 18

DAY, ARTHUR LEE , Chief Machinist's Mate, (mother, Harriet B Day, 207 Webb Avenue, Pullman, Wash enlisted Portland, Oreg, November 22, 19 17), USS SC-90, submarine chaser, asphyxiation, October 24, 19 18

DAY, BUELL VAN KEURAN, Landsman for Quartermaster (A), (mother, Mary Day, 2003 Fifteenth Street, Troy, N Y enlisted Albany, N Y December 19, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, disease, February 17, 19 18

DAY, CECIL ELLIS, Chief Quartermaster, USNRF, (father, John Thomas Day, Nicholsville, Ala enlisted Washington, D C, June 28, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 8, 19 18

DAY, EUGENE, Ship's Cook, 4th class, (father, Truman Day, Booneville, Ind enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, October 5, 19 17), Naval Air Station, Miami, Fla, disease, June 6, 19 18

DAY, LEONARD CALVERT, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Lydia Wells, Morehead City, N C enlisted Norfolk Va, April 9, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DAY, WALTER HAROLD, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Annie Workman, 52 Sixth Street, N W, Washington, D C enlisted Seattle, Wash, July 26, 19 18), Providence Hospital, Seattle, Wash, respiratory disease, October 15, 19 18

DE BELMONTE, HENRY, Wardroom Steward, USNRF, (brother, Louis De Bielmonte, 15 Rue de Rivoli Paris, France enlisted New York, N Y April 3, 19 17), Section Base No 6, Brooklyn, N Y, disease, July 3, 19 17

DE BOED, EARL ESTLE, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, William Henry De Boed R F D 3, Irving, Kans enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 25, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes Ill, influenza, September 25, 19 18

DE BOW , JOHN GRANT, Seaman, 2nd class, (uncle, Guy D Fligor, 605 East Poplar Street, Paragould, Ark enlisted Little Rock, Ark, May 2, 19 17), USS Bridge, freighter (later AF-1), respiratory disease, March 3, 19 18

DE CAIRE, VEILLA JOSEPH, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (mother, Helen De Caire, Unionville, Mich enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, July 10, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 2, 19 18

DE COURCY, JOHN, Chief Pay Clerk, USNRF (class 3), (mother, Christina De Courcy, 39 South Fifth Avenue, Mont Vernon N Y appointed New York), Mare Island, Calif, disease, August 14, 19 18

DE FORGE, JOHN FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Rebecca De Forge, 373 East One hundred and thirtyseventh Street, New York, N Y enlisted New York, N Y May 14, 19 17), USS Anderton, ex-trawler Raymond J Anderton, minesweeper, French west coast operations (SP-530), drowned, October 10, 19 17

DE FREITAS, JOHN, Chief Carpenter's Mate, (mother, Adelaide De Freitas, Funchal, Portugal enlisted San Francisco, Calif, February 15, 19 16), Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, June 4, 19 17

DE GOOYER, GEORGE, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Cora De Gooyer, R R 1, box 84, North Yokima, Wash enlisted Seattle, Wash, August 25, 19 17), USS Huntington, ex-West Virginia, armored cruiser (No.5, later CA-5), respiratory disease, October 25, 19 18

DE GROODT, FAY MEDKIFF, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (mother, Jennie De Groodt, Morrisville, N Y enlisted Syracuse, N Y July 18, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 24, 19 18

DE HAMMER, DANIEL, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Minnie De Hammer, 62 Caroline Street, Grand Rapids, Mich enlisted Detroit, Mich, December 19, 19 17), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 2, 19 18

DE LACEY, ROBERT EVANS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Katherine Frances De Lacey, 44 Columbia Street, Cambridge, Mass enlisted Bumkin Island, Mass, June 19, 19 18), Naval Training Camp, Bumkin Island, Mass, respiratory disease, August 16, 19 18

DE LACY, CHARLES EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Elizabeth De Lacy, 1616 South Central Park Avenue, Chicago, Ill enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, May 27, 19 18), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, September 15, 19 18

DE LANEY, JAMES JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Rose A De Laney, 38 Harriet Street, Yonkers, N Y enlisted Pelham Bay Park, N Y May 21, 19 18), Naval Training Camp, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, influenza, October 6, 19 18

DE LAP, BENJAMIN HARRY, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, William De Lap, New Lisbon, Wis enlisted Omaha, Nebr, December 8, 19 17), No 3 Hospital, Leith, Scotland, respiratory disease, November 1, 19 18

DE LAUNCEY, MONTAGUE, Quartermaster, 3rd class, (mother, Ella O De Launcey, 3819 Fifth Street, Meridian, Miss enlisted New Orleans, La, October 12, 19 16), USS Buena Ventura or Buenaventura, freighter (ID-1335), in convoy OV.31, torpedoed and sunk by UB.129 or U.46 (sources vary) west of France, September 16, 19 18

DE LAWRENCE, LAWRENCE, Ship’s Cook, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Giacomo De Lawrence, Wodo Gadore, Italy enlisted New York, N Y January 17, 19 18), USS Wabash, ex-German Wartburg, freighter (ID-1824), influenza, October 14, 19 18

DE LONG, LILLIAN H Landsman for Yeoman, USNRF, (father, William M De Long, 1013 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted New York, N Y September 11, 19 18), New York, N Y, influenza/respiratory disease, October 7, 19 18

DE LOST SANTOS, PEDRO, Mess Attendant, 2nd class, (brother, Juan De los Santos, San Simon, Pampanga, PI enlisted Gavlte, PI, March 5, 19 18), Naval Base Hospital No 5, Brest, France, respiratory disease, October 17, 19 18

DE PALMA, FRANK, Water Tender, (father, Nicholas De Palma, 418 North Terrace Avenue, Mount Vernon N Y enlisted New York, N Y May 7, 19 17), USS Nevada, dreadnought battleship (later BB-36), respiratory disease, October 23, 19 18

DE RITTA, ANGELO, Seaman, 2nd class, (brother, Tony De Ritta, 70 Barston Street, Providence, R I enlisted Newport, R I, April 13, 19 17), USS Oklahoma, dreadnought battleship (later BB-37), disease, June 28, 19 17

DE ROY, MICHAEL PRESSLESS, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Julia Jose De Roy, 1711 North Main Street, St Charles, Mo enlisted St Louis, Mo, July 17, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 3, 19 18

DEAHY, DAVID J, Seaman, USNRF, (father, Matthew J Deahy, Longmeadow, R I enlisted Newport, R I, December 10, 19 17), USS SC-321, submarine chaser, drowned, December 30, 19 17

DEAKIN, ROBERT EDGAR, Ensign, Reserve Force, (mother, Josephine Deakin, 244 President Street, Brooklyn, N Y appointed New York), USS Herman Frasch, freighter (ID-1617), sunk in collision with tanker USS George G Henry off Nova Scotia, October 4, 19 18

DEAKINS, AUBREY POOLE, Ensign, USNRF, (mother, Ida Linda Deakins, 312 Sixty-eighth Street, Brooklyn, N Y appointed New York), New York, N Y, respiratory disease, October 25, 19 18

DEAL, BRYAN, Fireman, 2nd class, (mother, Ollie Deal, London, Ind enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, January 4, 19 18), USS Westover, freighter (ID-2867), torpedoed and sunk by U.92 west of France, July 11, 19 18

DEAN, GEORGE FRANKLIN, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (mother, Mary Dean, 809 McAllister Avenue, Benton Harbor, Mich enlisted Detroit, Mich, May 14, 19 18), Naval Air Station, Eastleigh, England, influenza, October 16, 19 18

DEAN, ROBERT EMERSON, Fireman, 3rd class USNRF, (father, Walter Dean, Peterson, Iowa enlisted Omaha, Nebr, July 22, 19 18), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 13, 19 18

DEASY, ARTHUR JOSEPH, Acting Quartermaster, USCG, (mother, Mrs Catherine L Deasy, 278 Seventh Street, Brooklyn, N Y), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 19 18

DEATON, NEAL, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Mary E Deaton, 1122 East Fourth Street, Pueblo, Colo enlisted Denver, Colo, April 23, 19 17), Submarine Base, San Pedro, Calif, died, November 6, 19 17

DECHRIT, CHARLES, Ordinary Seaman, USCG, (next of kin, none given), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 19 18

DECKARD, MCKINLEY, Fireman, 3rd class, (Half-sister, Georgie Deckard, Bidwell, Ohio enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 26, 19 18), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 1, 19 18

DECLERCQ, JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Henry Declercq, George, Iowa enlisted Omaha, Nebr, May 11, 19 17), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 14, 19 18

DEEN, RUSSELL HAYES, Seaman, NNV, (father, James Howard Deen, 99 Linden Street, Yonkers N Y enlisted U S S Granite State, April 14, 19 17), Naval Station, New York, N Y, disease, February 6, 19 18

DEERING, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Fireman, USCG, (mother, Mrs Catherine Deering, 31 Border Street, East Boston, Mass), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 19 18

DEERY, FRANK WARDELL, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, James C Deery, 2225 Ditmas Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted New York, N Y June 17, 19 18), at home Brooklyn, N Y, influenza, October 8, 19 18

DEETH, GEORGE L, Electrician's Mate, 1st class (other sources), US Submarine F-4 (Skate, No.23), sank during routine training off Honolulu Harbor, March 25, 19 15

DEETS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Alexander Deets, Indianapolis, Ind enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, May 4, 19 18), 12 South Fourth Street, Lafayette, Ind, died, June 24, 19 18

DEGENHART, HENRY IGNATIUS, Boatswain's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Harry C Degenhart, 1044 Park Avenue, New York, N Y enlisted New York, N Y March 29, 19 17), New York, N Y, heat exhaustion, August 8, 19 18

DEIGHAN, EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Daniel Deighan, Rethfed Co Derry, Ireland enlisted Richmond, Va, June 4, 19 18), USS Mercury, ex-German liner Barbarossa, troop transport (ID-3012), drowned, October 7, 19 18

DEIGNAN, THOMAS JAMES, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (mother, Catherine Deignan, 21 Tower Street, West Lynn, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, August 13, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, disease, August 29, 19 18

DEILKS, JOHN WILLIS, Apprentice Seaman, (father, William Deilks, Fort Morgan, Colo enlisted Denver, Colo, January 8, 19 18), Naval Training Camp, San Diego, Calif, disease, April 18, 19 18

DEISS, HERMAN ROBERT, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Catherine L Deiss, 402 West North Street, Carlinville, Ill enlisted Peoria, Ill, August 9, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 10, 19 18

DEITZ, CHARLES EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Lydia Deitz, 214 Church Street, St Joseph, Mich enlisted Benton Harbor, Mich, April 6, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, disease, October 16, 19 18

DEL GUADIO, JOHN, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Gabriele Del Guadio, 1812 Gleason Avenue, Bronx, N Y enlisted New York, N Y May 28, 19 18), 1812 Gleason Avenue, Bronx, N Y, influenza, October 18, 19 18

DEL PAN, LOUIS, Fireman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Blanca Fontels, 405 Aviles Street, San Miguel, Manila, PI enlisted U S S Sotef>e, April 24, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DELANEY, FRANK PATRICK, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF (not in active Service), (wife, Anna Delaney, 27 Cedar Street, Saranac Lake, N Y enlisted Syracuse, N Y July 29, 19 18), St Lawrence Street, Saranac Lake, N Y, respiratory disease, October 10, 19 18

DELEHANTY, DANIEL, Captain (retired), (wife, Mrs Fanny M W Delehanty, 236 Cliff Avenue, New York, N Y appointed New York), Pelham Bay Park, New York, N Y, disease, February 2, 19 18

DELEHANTY, MICHAEL JOSEPH, Ensign, USNRF(class 5), (mother, Ellen Delehanty, 66 Bowdoin Street, Boston, Mass appointed Massachusetts), Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla, seaplane accident, both drowned, March 26, 19 18

DELLINGER, JUNIUS LOGAN, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Albert L Dellinger, Newton, N C enlisted Richmond, Va, December 27, 19 16), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DEMARAY, MARION EARL, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Charles Demaray, Vermontville, Mich enlisted Detroit, Mich, July 26, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 27, 19 18

DEMBRESS, ANTHONY JOSEPH, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, Joseph Dembress, 6550 Haverford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 5, 19 17), USS Ohio, battleship (later BB-12), drowned, June 9, 19 17

DEMING, FRED PINCHARD, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd class, (sister, Lucille M Deming, Roosevelt Hospital, Berkeley, Calif enlisted San Francisco, Calif, December 30, 19 13), Naval Hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo, drowned, September 8, 19 17

DEMPSEY, JOHN CLARENCE, Seaman, (father, C C Dempsey, 227 West Crawford Street, Dothan, Ala enlisted Montgomery, Ala, April 8, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DENENNY, JAMES MICHAEL, Seaman, 2nd class (G C M P), (brother, Michael P Denenny, 486 Fifth Avenue, Troy, N Y enlisted Albany, N Y December 14, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, N H, respiratory disease, September 28, 19 18

DENMAN, CYRUS MARTIN, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Martin Cyrus Denman, R F D 1, Norwalk, Ohio enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, May 22, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, burns, November 10, 19 18

DENNETT, GEORGE LOW , Machinist's Mate, 2nd class (A), (wife, Ethel Walker Dennett, 34 State Street, Gorham, Me enlisted Portland, Me, December 11, 19 17), Naval Air Station, Miami, Fla, respiratory disease, October 11, 19 18

DENNEY HARRY SAWYER, Gunner's Mate, 1st class USNRF, (mother, Lavina Denney 1703 South 2nd Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 28, 19 17), USS SC-209, submarine chaser, mistaken for U-boat, sunk by gunfire of Coast Guard-crewed transport USS Felix Taussig (ID 2282) south of Long Island, N Y, August 27, 19 18

DENNEY, JOSEPH COCHRAN, Apprentice Seaman USNRF, (father, Albert J Denney, 386 South Fourth Street, Aurora, Ill enlisted Chicago, Ill, August 7, 19 17), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, December 22, 19 17

DENNIS, JOHN THOMAS, Seaman, (Foster mother, Mary Olive Dennis, Clathe, Colo enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, November 11, 19 16), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DENNY, WILLIAM EDWARD, Landsman for Shipfitter (A), USNRF, (mother, Johanna Denny, 5577 St Edwards Street, St Louis, Mo enlisted St Louis Mo, July 2, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 17, 19 18

DENSON, JOSEPH LOU, Apprentice Seaman, (father, William L Denson, R F D 1, Brandon, Miss enlisted Meridian, Miss, August 2, 19 18), R F D 1, Brandon, Miss, respiratory disease, October 23, 19 18

DENTON, ARTHUR RAY , Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Eldora Denton, R F D 2, Box 25, Keysville, Va enlisted Richmond, Va, July 1, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 1, 19 18

DEPARTHY, HENRY LEWIS, Fireman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Arzelia Departhy, 72 Abbott Street, Valley Falls, R I enlisted Providence, R I, March 28, 19 17), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DERICKSON, NEWTON JAY, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Evelyn Fornian Derickson, Elzniere, Del enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, June 19, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 30, 19 18

DESCH, CLOTAIRE STEPHEN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Joseph R Desch, 106 South Market Street, Coldwater, Ohio enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, June 4, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 24, 19 18

DESKIN, OTIS ORAN, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, John W Deskin, Dublin, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, October 17, 19 17), Naval Air Station, Miami, Fla, disease, June 14, 19 18

DETTERMAN, ANTHONY GEORGE, Carpenter's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (father, Nicholas Joseph Detterman, 1820 Clayburn Avenue, Norfolk, Va enlisted Norfolk, Va, December 14, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Annapolis, Md, influenza/respiratory disease, October 6, 19 18

DETTLAFF, JOSEPH ROMAN, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Julia Dettlass (sic), Milwaukee, Jones Island, Wis enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, June 29, 19 18), USS Oklahoma, dreadnought battleship (later BB-37), respiratory disease, October 23, 19 18

DEUTSCH, MORRIS ADOLPH, Storekeeper, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Rose Katz Deutsch, 2314 Park Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 17, 19 18), Receiving Ship, Philadelphia, Pa, respiratory disease, October 13, 19 18

DEUTSCHMANN, HOMER, Seaman, (mother, Cora Deutschmann, 813 C Avenue, East, Oskaloosa, Iowa enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, August 22, 19 17), SS Princess (not identified), at Section Base No 1, Baltimore, Md, accident on board, died, October 19, 19 18

DeVAUCENE, GEORGE BERRY, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (Mrs John DeVaucene 257 West One hundred and thirty2nd Street, New York, N Y enlisted New York, N Y May 16, 19 18), Submarine Chaser Base, Corfu, Greece, respiratory disease, November 1, 19 18

DeVINE, CHARLES GARRELL, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary DeVine North Maine Street, Randolph, Mass enlisted Newport, R I, May 11, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 21, 19 18

DeVINE, CLARENCE RICHMOND, Yeoman, 2nd class, (mother, Theresa DeVine, 2545 South Twelfth Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted New York, N Y October 13, 19 14), Receiving Ship, Philadelphia, Pa, died, March 17, 19 17

DEVINE, JOHN THOMAS, Jr, Boatswain's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John Thomas DeVine, 158 John Street, Fall River, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, March 29, 19 17), Pauillac, France, influenza, October 13, 19 18

DEVLIN, CLARENCE JOSEPH, Chief Machinist's Mate, USNRF, (wife, Sarah Margaret Devlin, 234 St Marys Street, Burlington, N J enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 15, 19 18), St Vincent's Hospital, Brooklyn, N J, respiratory disease, October 14, 19 18

DEVLIN, WALTER JEREMIAH, Landsman for Quartermaster, USNRF (not in active Service), (mother, Julia Francis Devlin, 57 Tremont Street, Charlestown, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, August 1, 19 18), 57 Tremont Street, Charlestown, Mass, influenza, September 23, 19 18

DeVOE, BERNARD EUGENE, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Rose P DeVoe, R F D 2, Long Beach, Calif enlisted San Diego Calif, December 14, 19 15), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), (BN - crew member, DANFS - on passage), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DeVOE, STEPHEN WESTLEY, Painter, 3rd class, USNRF, (sister, Ina DeVoe Keller, Michigan City, Ind enlisted Detroit, Mich, July 13, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 19 18

DEVORAK, WILLIAM, Boatswain's Mate, 1st class, (mother, Anna Devorak 2109 Twenty-seventh Street, SoiiMi Minneapolis, Minn enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, November 24, 19 11), Naval Hospital, Key West, Fla, respiratory disease, October 19, 19 18

DEWBERRY, ALBERT, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Albert Dewberry, Lynchburg, Tex enlisted Houston, Tex, June 30, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport R I, disease, October 27, 19 17

DEWHURST, JOHN RICHARD, Landsman for Electrician USNRF, (brother, Daniel Patrick Dewhurst, 352 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted Brooklyn, N Y March 27, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 19, 19 18

DEXTER ALBERT HENRY, Fireman, 3rd class, (Annie Dexter, R F D 8, Norwich Town, Conn enlisted New Haven, Conn, December 18, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, disease, January 17, 19 18

DEYMORE, ERNEST BRANSCOMB Seaman USNRF, (father, Kervin Deymore, Waldoboro, Me enlisted Bath, Me, October 31, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 18, 19 18

DeYOUNG, JACOB PETER, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (mother, Jennie DeYoung, 25 McCann Street, Ilion, N Y enlisted Syracuse N Y August 13, 19 18), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), respiratory disease, February 6, 19 18

DIAL, LYMON WAYNE, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Joseph J Dial, Foraker, Okla enlisted Kansas City Mo, July 20, 19 16), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 26, 19 18

DIAMOND, HENRY, Boatswain's Mate, 2nd class, (brother, James Diamond, Winthrop, Me enlisted Portland , Me, March 22, 19 17 ), Naval Hospital , Norfolk , Va , disease, August 31, 19 18

DICHELSCHER ARTHUR, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Emma Dichelscher, 1337 School Street, Chicago, III enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, July 15, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 19 18

DICKEN GEORGE WILLIAM, Coxswain USNRF, (mother, Martha Jane Riche, 977 East Forty-ninth Street, Los Angeles, Calif enlisted Los Angeles, Calif, December 7, 19 17), Base No 24, respiratory disease, October 10, 19 18

DICKERSON, PAUL, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Henry Dickerson, Riviera, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, January 7, 19 18), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DICKINSON, WILBUR H, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (mother, Ada Dickinson, 22 Wyman Street, Woburu, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, May 27, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Chelsea Mass, influenza, September 25, 19 18

DICKSON, OSCAR HERMAN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Amelia Dickson, 2423 Nassau Street, Everett, Wash enlisted Seattle, Wash, June 5, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, influenza, October 6, 19 18

DICOSOLA, DOMINICK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Rosaria Fortunati Di Cosola (sic), 740 Indianapolis Boulevard, Chicago, Ill enlisted Great Lakes, III, January 26, 19 18), Naval Station, Great Lakes Ill, respiratory disease, September 28, 19 18

DIDLAKE, HERBERT LORRAINE, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, (father, Ceylon H Didlake, R F D 3, Box 125, Richmond, Va enlisted Richmond, Va, June 26, 19 17), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 10, 19 18

DIEHL, HENRY ADAM , Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Albert Diehl, 118 West Elm Street, Reading, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, June 6, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 19 18

DIEHL, WILLIAM CHARLES, Seaman (other sources), USS Memphis, ex-Tennessee, armored cruiser (No.10), wrecked by tidal wave off Santo Domingo City, August 29, 19 16

DIESTELHORST, ERNEST HARRY, Yeoman, 3rd class, (wife, Helen Diestelhorst, 165 Park Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted New York, N Y March 16, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, May 31, 19 17

DIETZ, GEORGE JOHN, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Louise Dietz, 25 Nye Avenue, Acushnet, Mass enlisted Fairhaven, Mass, July 18, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 26, 19 18

DIETZ, WILLIAM HAROLD, Fireman, 2nd class, (mother, Mary Dietz, Schoharie, N Y enlisted Albany, N Y April 18, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, September 24, 19 18

DILLENKOFFER, WILLIAM FRANK, Fireman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Margaret Carberry Dillenkoffer, 617 Seraparu Street, New Orleans, La enlisted New Orleans, La, November 19, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 15, 19 18

DILLINGER, CHARLES KRUGER, Carpenter's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Helen Dillinger, Bangall, N Y enlisted New York, N Y May 4, 19 18), Naval Training Camp, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, September 6, 19 18

DILLON, FRANCIS XAVIER, Electrician, 2nd class, NNV, (mother, Mary Dillon, 124 Charles Street, Cambridge, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, March 15, 19 17), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), respiratory disease, December 10, 19 17

DILLON, JOSEPH LEO, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Edward Dillon, 768 Mary Street, Utica, N Y enlisted Syracuse, N Y August 6, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, September 28, 19 18

DIMICCO, JOHN JOSEPH, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Rose Dimicco, Sidney, N Y enlisted Binghamton, N Y August 13, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, October 4, 19 18

DISHAROON, BENJAMIN COULTER, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Florence H, Disharoon enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 3, 19 18), 1249 South Fifty-Third Street, Philadelphia Pa, influenza, October 9, 19 18

DISIMONE, JOHN WILLIAM, Ship’s Cook, 1st class, USNRF, (wife, Mrs Santa Palmisano Disimone, 7329 Birch Street, New Orleans, La enlisted New Orleans, La, February 16, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 12, 19 18

DISMUKE, EDWARD TOM , Gunner's Mate, 2nd class, (sister, MrSC C Gramllng, Houston, Tex enlisted Puget Sound, Wash, April 2, 19 15), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 19 17

DITELER, EARL RAYMOND, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Sadie Bossert, 904 East Henderson Street, Cleburne, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, April 23, 19 17), Anacona Hospital, disease, January 7, 19 18

DIX, FRANK STILLMAN, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF (not in active Service), (mother, Annie Stillman Dix, 163 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted New York, N Y August 8, 19 18), Third Naval District, New York, wounded, but not in action, August 13, 19 18

DIXON, THOMAS WESLEY, Electrician, 1st class, (mother, Avice E Dixon Poplar Bluff, Mo enlisted Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, June 19, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, disease, October 17, 19 17

DIXON, WILLIAM ROGER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Joseph Dixou, 178 Park Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted Brooklyn, N Y July 8, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 9, 19 18

DIZE, NAVELLE EDWARD, Fireman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Lillie Dize, Fair Port, Va enlisted Reedville, Va, November 29, 19 17), USS J A Palmer, jr, (BN - John A Palmer, jr), wooden fishing vessel, patrol ship, later cable ship (SP-319), respiratory disease (note: enlistment date is November 1917), May 16, 19 17

DOAK, HOMER CRANSTON, Shipwright, USNRF, (father, Freeman Van Buren Doak, Stronghurst, Ill enlisted Peoria, Ill, May 29, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 30, 19 18

DOANE, GENE FRANKLIN, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Frank Doane, Lander, Wyo enlisted Denver, Colo, May 15, 19 17), Naval Training Station, San Diego, Calif, drowned, August 22, 19 17

DOANE, HAROLD PARKER, Ensign (inactive), USNRF, (wife, Myrtle B Doane, Harwichport, Mass appointed Massachusetts), Brooklyn, N Y, accidentally drowned, March 2, 19 18

DOBB, DELMAR, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Jennie Dobb, 85 Merrill Avenue, Muskegon, Mich enlisted Detroit, Mich, June 29, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 1, 19 18

DOBB, WILLIAM HENDY Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, William Carroll Hendy Dobb, 434 Pioneer Street, Cincinnati, Ohio enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, August 2, 19 18), Marine Hospital, Chicago, Ill, respiratory disease, September 22, 19 18

DOBBERTEN, ALBERT FERDINAND, Jr, Ship’s Cook, 4th class, (mother, A F Dobberten, 1609 South Street Lake Charles, La enlisted Houston, Tex, August 29, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, disease, March 14, 19 18

DOBBS, PAUL WESLEY, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Debby Dobbs, R F D 2, Britton, S Dak enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, June 12, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DODDS, JOHN, Boiler Maker, (sister, Laura Dodds, 225 West Mahoney Street, Mahonoy City, Pa enlisted U S S Kanatcha, February 14, 19 18), Willard Parker Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, September 20, 19 18

DODGE, FREDERICK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, June Dodge, 18 Maple Avenue, Gloversville, N Y enlisted Albany N Y July 16, 19 18), New York, N Y, respiratory disease, October 6, 19 18

DODGE, LESLIE AUGUSTUS, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Charlotte Dodge, 708 West Twenty-seventh Street South Richmond Va enlisted Richmond Va, December 1, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, disease, February 12, 19 18

DODSON, EDMOND, Chief Commissary Steward, (wife, Helen M Dodson, 3113 Gabriel Avenue, Zion City, Ill enlisted Philadelphia Pa, April 28, 19 16), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 3, 19 18

DOE, GEORGE FRANK, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Sarah A Doe, 83 Thatcher Street, Mattapan, MHSS enlisted Boston, Mass, April 21, 19 17), Gallops Island, Boston, Mass, respiratory disease, September 29, 19 18

DOHENY, JOHN FRANCIS, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Hannah Dodge, 29 South Street, Fitchburg, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, December 5, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, January 26, 19 18

DOHERTY, WILLIAM HENRY, Pay Inspector, (wife, Mrs Florence E Doherty, Hotel Margaret, Brooklyn , N Y appointed New York ), Sherman Apartments, New York , N Y, disease, July 16, 19 18

DOLAN, JAMES FREDERICK, Landsman for Machinist's Mate, USNRF, (wife, Harriet Newell Dolan, 35 Turfcey Shore Road, Ipswich, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, December 11, 19 17), Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla, respiratory disease, January 13, 19 18

DOLEZAL, GEORGE, Water Tender, (father, Joseph Dolezal, 5109 Fleet Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio enlisted New York, N Y February 9, 19 16), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53 (on 6th), December 8, 19 17

DOLL , VERN FRANCIS, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (mother, Louise Doll, 112 Conwell Street, Connersville, Inci enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, July 27, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, February 7, 19 18

DOMBROWSKI, MARION MICHEL, Ship’s Cook, 4th class, (mother, Kozmiera Olexewicz, 1333 West Eighty-eighth Street, Los Angeles, Calif enlisted Los Angeles, Calif, May 8, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Canacao, PI, disease, September 14, 19 18

DONAGHY, FRANCIS ALOYSIUS, Shipwright, USNRF, (mother, Mrs Robert Donaghy, 319 Fifty-fifth Street, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted Brooklyn, N Y April 17, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 18, 19 18

DONAHUE JOSEPH PATRICK, Seaman, 2nd class USNRF, (father, Jaines Michael Donahue, 211 Ridge Street Parsons, Pa enlisted Wilkes-Barre, Pa, March 19, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 28, 19 18

DONALD, ALEXANDER, Seaman, 2nd class, (brother, Hugh Donald, 109 Beuna Vista Street Corona, Long Island, N Y enlisted New York, N Y July 21, 19 13), SS Vacuum, tanker, torpedoed and sunk by U.21, around 120 miles west of Hebrides, NE Scotland, April 28, 19 17

DONALDSON, GEORGE ROBERT, Apprentice Seaman USNRF, (father, George Robert Donaldson, Morristown, Tenn enlisted Washington, D C, July 19, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 15, 19 18

DONALDSON, JESSE GEORGE, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Mary Dodge, East Burke, Vt enlisted Boston , Mass, December 13, 19 17 ), Naval Hospital , Newport , R I, respiratory disease, March 13, 19 18

DONALDSON, LYLE CLIFFORD, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Henry T Donaldson, Hillsboro, Ill enlisted St Louis, Mo, February 14, 19 18), Naval Receiving Ship, St Louis, Mo, wounded, but not in action, February 18, 19 18

DONNELLY JOHN, HENRY, Seaman, (father, John Donnelly, 19 Spring Street, Newark, N J enlisted Newark, N J, May 28, 19 17), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, respiratory disease, September 26, 19 18

DONNELLY, DAN FERMAN, Seaman, (brother, George Ryan, Chappell, Nebr enlisted Omaha, Nebr, September 9, 19 16), Chappell, Nebr, automobile accident, January 5, 19 18

DONOHUE, CHARLES JAMES, Plumber and Fitter, USNRF, (father, James T Donohue, 130 Townsend Street, New Brunswick, N J enlisted New York, N Y December 22, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, October 1, 19 18

DONOVAN, BERNARD JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, (aunt, Katie Lynch, 92 Heckman Street, Phillipsburg, N J enlisted Allentown, Pa, April 23, 19 17), SS Rochester, freighter, member of Armed Guard, torpedoed and sunk by U.95, 800 miles west of Ireland (other sources - 2nd, total of 23 lost), November 3, 19 17

DONOVAN, DENNIS FRANCIS, Quartermaster, 2nd class (A), (mother, Nora Donovan, 11 West Fifteenth Street, Bayonne, N J enlisted Newark, N J, March 15, 19 18), Naval Air Station, Arcachon, Gironde, France, influenza, October 8, 19 18

DONOVAN, JESSE FRANKLIN, Fireman, 3rd class, (wife, Delia M Donovan, 510a Sarah Street, St Louis, Mo enlisted St Louis, Mo, December 9, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 29, 19 18

DONOVAN, JOHN BERNARD, Seaman, 2nd class, (sister, Kathleen Donovan, 154 Fraley Street , Kane , Pa enlisted Buffalo , N Y April 16, 19 17 ), Naval Hospital , Norfolk , Va , respiratory disease, January 24, 19 18

DONOVAN, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, Boiler maker, (wife, Anna L Donovan, 19 Narragansett Avenue, West Newport, R I enlisted Newport, R I, January 4, 19 15), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 19 17

DOODY, MICHAEL HENRY CYRIL, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (mother, Mary Doody, 249 South Western Avenue, St Paul, Minn enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 9, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 27, 19 18

DOOLAN, WILLIAM MICHAEL, Engineman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Catherine Hart Doolan, 1208 Spruce Street, Ashland, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 20, 19 18), Emergency Hospital, Country Club, Wilmington, Del, influenza, October 17, 19 18

DOOLEY, JOHN ALFRED, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Mary Anna Valentine, 94 Broadway, Newburgh, N Y enlisted Portland, Me, December 7, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, March 7, 19 18

DORA, MICHAEL GUSTAVE, Carpenter's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Dora, 115 Waterbury Lane, Stamford, Conn enlisted Bridgeport, Conn, May 27, 19 18), New York, N Y, respiratory disease, September 28, 19 18

DORE, MARK CEPHAS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Elizabeth Shanahan Dore, 217 Huron Street, Cheboygan, Mich enlisted Detroit, Mich, June 10, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 3, 19 18

DORGAN, EDGARD FRANCIS, Seaman, USCG, (mother, Mrs Emilie Dorgan, 855 Benedict Avenue, Woodhaven, Long Island, N Y), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 19 18

DORIAN, JOHN CONROY, Landsman for Yeoman, USNRF, (mother, Katie Dorian, 420 Washington Street, Paducah, Ky enlisted Louisville, Ky, May 24, 19 18), Paducah, Ky, influenza, September 27, 19 18

DORNBURGH, CLYDE JAY, Musician, 2nd class, (mother, Lizzie Dornburgh, 67 Orchard Street, Gloversville, N Y enlisted Albany, N Y December 8, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, March 10, 19 18

DORSETT, FELIX SIMMONS, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Sarah Frances Dorsett, R F D 1, Bryon, Ga enlisted Norfolk, Va, December 12, 19 17), Old Point Comfort, Va, drowned, August 6, 19 18

DORSEY, JOHN JOSEPH, Musician, 2nd class, (father, John Dorsey, 22 Waller Avenue, Ossining, N Y enlisted New York, N Y June 4, 19 18), 22 Waller Avenue, Ossining, N Y, influenza/respiratory disease, October 18, 19 18

DOTY, GEORGE ALLEN, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Ellsworth Doty, 732 Main Street, Negamee, Mich enlisted Ishpeming, Mich, July 16, 19 17), Cedar Lake, Negamee Mich, drowned, July 26, 19 17

DOTY, LEROY ARTHUR, Apprentice Seaman, (brother, Ariel Doty, Greenwood, N Y enlisted Elmira, N Y May 25, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, June 28, 19 17

DOUGAN, MOSES E, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Archibald Dougan, 146 School Street, South Manchester, Conn enlisted Newport, R I, December 6, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, February 18, 19 18

DOUGHERTY, DENNIS JOSEPH, Blacksmith, 2nd class, (sister, Julia Currringham, 5108 Reno Street West Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 21, 19 18), USS Panaman, freighter (ID-3299), respiratory disease, October 26, 19 18

DOUGLAS, FOREST ELLIS, Apprentice Seaman, (father, George T Douglas, R R 2, Quincy, Ind enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, March 23, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, April 27, 19 17

DOUGLAS, JOS BRYON, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Gid Douglas, Martin Mills, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, April 17, 19 17), Naval Training Camp, Portsmouth, N H, respiratory disease, June 9, 19 17

DOUGLAS, THOMAS JEFFERSON, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Ella Douglas, Lisbon, Ohio enlisted Detroit, Mich, April 29, 19 18), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, III, influenza, September 16, 19 18

DOUGLASS, JAS HARVEY, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Steven Warne Douglass, Coffeyville, Kans enlisted Kansas City, Mo, April 19, 19 17), USS Southery, ex-collier, receiving and training ship, Portsmouth Navy Yard, N H, disease, May 28, 19 17

DOUGLASS, WILLIAM RICHARD, Baker, 2nd class, (mother, Louellen Thompson, Bunker Hill, Tenn enlisted Nashville, Tenn, July 6, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DOWD, DANIEL EARL, Electrician, 3rd class (G), (mother, Laura Louella Dowd, Blakesburg, Iowa enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, June 5, 19 17), Ancon, Canal Zone, Hospital, disease, October 12, 19 18

DOWD, WILLIAM AMBROSE, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Edward Dowd, Port Chester, N Y enlisted New York, N Y May 22, 19 18), Kingston Avenue Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 26, 19 18

DOWDY, SAMUEL G, Oiler, USNRF, (mother, Mary S Dowdy, 231 Twentieth Street, Norfolk, Va enlisted Norfolk, Va, May 16, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DOWLING, ROBERT ANTHONY, Landsman for Machinist's Mate, USNRF, (mother, Catherine Dowling, 84 River Street, West Newton, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, June 12, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Gulfport, Miss, influenza, October 11, 19 18

DOWNEY ROSCOE CONKLIN, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Bessie Downey, Route No 2, Lorena, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, May 1, 19 17), USS Seattle, ex-Washington, armored cruiser (No.11, later CA-11), at Navy Base Hospital No 5, respiratory disease, March 12, 19 18

DOWNEY, EARL W, Chief Yeoman, (mother, Florence Downey, 609 North Walnut Street, North Vernon, Ind enlisted Yorktown, Va, April 29, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 30, 19 18

DOWNEY, MAURICE LAWRENCE, Gunner's Mate, 3rd class, (mother, Margaret Downey, 600 Holmes Avenue, Menominee, Mich enlisted Denver, Colo, July 7, 19 16), USS Von Steuben, ex-German liner Kronprinz Wilhelm, troop transport (ID-3017), drowned, September 26, 19 18

DOWNEY, STEPHEN JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Daniel Downey, 1157 McQuade Street, Utica, N Y enlisted Albany, N Y April 9, 19 17), SS Actaeon, ex-German Adamsturm, freighter, torpedoed and sunk by U.84 west of France, drowned (total of 4 men killed), November 24, 19 17

DOWNING, CLARENCE ALLEN, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Margaret Downing, Marble, Colo enlisted Denver, Colo, April 28, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, June 11, 19 17

DOWNING, REX BRUNER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Winona Eddy Downing, 409 Cass Street, Hastings, Mich enlisted Detroit, Mich, July 3, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 19 18

DOWNING, WILLIAM GUY, Shipwright, USNRF, (mother, Lela Frances Downing, Flippin, Ky enlisted Louisville , Ky , July 31, 19 18 ), Naval Hospital , Great Lakes , Ill , influenza, September 27, 19 18

DOXTATER, GREGORY FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, NNV, (sister, Clara R E Knight, Rochester, N Y enlisted Rochester, N Y July 20, 19 17), USS Zoraya, steam yacht (SP-235), patrol duties of New York and New Jersey, disease, January 27, 19 18

DOYLE, FRANCIS, Landsman for Electrician (G), (father, John Doyle, 398 Plain Street , Providence , R I enlisted Providence , R 1, May 3, 19 18 ), Naval Hospital , Hampton Roads, Va, respiratory disease, September 29, 19 18

DOYLE, GILBERT JAMES, Seaman, USCG, (mother, Mrs Jennie C Doyle, 7220 Fort Hamilton Parkway, Brooklyn, N Y), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 19 18

DOYLE, JOHN PATRICK, Chief Boatswain's Mate, USNRF, (mother, Mary Carolan, 550 Hudson Street, New York, N Y enlisted New York, N Y March 26, 19 17), Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, September 26, 19 18

DRAB, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Barbara Drab, West Brook Gardens, Oakdale, N Y enlisted New York, N Y June 12, 19 18), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 30, 19 18

DRAIN, BENJAMIN STANFORD, Landsman for Electrician, USNRF, (father, Vernon I, Drain, Shelbyville, Mo enlisted Kansas City, Mo, February 25, 19 18), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, influenza, October 9, 19 18

DRANE, CHARLES EDWARD, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Walter B Drane, Norfield, Miss enlisted Meridian Miss, July 22, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, October 1, 19 18

DRAPER, THOMAS W M, Ensign, USNRF (class 5), (wife, Mrs Anna M Draper, Brighton, Montgomery County, Md appointed New York), Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla, seaplane accident, both drowned, March 26, 19 18

DREHER, JAMES, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Elizabeth Dreher, 2311 Sidney Street, St Louis, Mo enlisted St Louis, Mo, July 2, 19 18), Naval Auxiliary Reserve School, Chicago, Ill, respiratory disease, October 26, 19 18

DREIER, JACOB LOUIS, Fireman, 2nd class, (mother, Mrs F Hofste, 7101 Wade Park Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, April 9, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, March 21, 19 18

DREJA, NICHOLAS MICHAEL, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, (father, Joseph Dreja, 1613 Elston Avenue, Chicago, Ill enlisted Chicago, Ill, July 14, 19 15), USS Manley, destroyer (later DD-74), based at Queenstown, Ireland, escorting convoy (various sources refer to her being alongside an HMS Montague and rolling into her. This should read armed merchant cruiser HMS Motagua), accidental explosion of own depth charges followed by fire, DOI, March 19, 19 18

DRENNAN, THOMAS, Landsman for Electrician (G), USNRF, (wife, Elsie Drennan, 28 Rene Place, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted New York, N Y July 12, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 12, 19 18

DRESBACH, EDWARD HERBERT, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Michael Robert Dresbach, 1107 Harlon Avenue, Baltimore, Md enlisted Baltimore, Md, May 23, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DRESBACH, SAMUEL BRUCE, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Samuel H Dresbach, Stanberry, Mo enlisted Kansas City, Mo, December 10, 19 17), Ensworth Hospital, St Joseph, Mo, disease, March 5, 19 18

DRESSER, ELLSWORTH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Cora C Dresser, 49 Shady Avenue, Lowille, N Y enlisted Syracuse, N Y May 11, 19 18), Naval Training Camp, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, influenza, October 10, 19 18

DRISCALL, AUGUSTUS ALFRED, Electrician, 3rd class (G), USNRF, (wife, Edna Driscall, Tuckerton, N J enlisted Tuckerton, N J, November 20, 19 17), Navy Radio Station, Tuckerton, N J, respiratory disease, October 20, 19 18

DRISCOLL, FRANCIS JOSEPH, Seaman, (father, C Driscoll, 71 Warren Street, Revere, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, April 7, 19 17), USS Maine, battleship (later BB-10), lost overboard, July 12, 19 18

DRISCOLL, HARRY, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (aunt, Margaret Driscoll, 43 Reid Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y enlisted Brooklyn, N Y May 16, 19 18), Naval Base Hospital No 5, Brest, France, respiratory disease, September 18, 19 18

DROUT, JAMES EDWARD, JR, Seaman, (father, James E Drout, sr, 3016 Marshall Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, June 16, 19 17), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DRUMM, HARRY JACOB, Carpenters' Mate, 3rd class, USNRF, (wife, Catherine May Drumm, 2118 North Eleventh Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 26, 19 18), Receiving Ship, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 6, 19 18

DRUMMER, JOHN JOSEPH, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, John Drummer, 45 Kenia Avenue, Dayton, Ohio enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, December 3, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 15, 19 18

DUANE, JAMES JOSEPH, printer, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Elizabeth Duane, 2217 South Carlisle Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, December 1, 19 17), Philadelphia, Pa, respiratory disease, October 10, 19 18

DUARTEY, JOSEPH ANGELUS, Shipwright, (aunt, Minnie Williams, Toronto , Canada enlisted San Francisco , Calif , April 9, 19 17 ), Receiving Ship, San Francisco , Calif , poisoned, April 13, 19 17

DUBANIEWICZ, WALTER GEORGE, Ship’s Cook, 4th class, USNRF, (wife, Mary Dubaniewicz, 1038 Mitchell Street , Milwaukee , Wis enlisted Milwaukee , Wis , July 5, 19 18 ), Naval Hospital , Chelsea , Mass, influenza, September 7, 19 18

DUCHANE, WILFRED JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Frank Duchane, 1047 Washington Street, Gloucester, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, May 31, 19 18), Marine Hospital, Portland, Me, influenza, October 22, 19 18

DUCHARME, WILFRED, Carpenters' Mate, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Louis Ducharme, 302 Waverly Street , Providence , R I enlisted Newport , R I, June 11, 19 17 ), Naval Base Hospital No 4, died, November 3, 19 18

DUCKWORTH, ZENA MAURICE, Chief Yeoman, F N R, (father, Z M Duckworth, 713 2nd Avenue, Dallas, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, July 14, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 19, 19 18

DUDLEY, JOE C, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, William D Dudley, Grandridge, Fla enlisted Birmingham, Ala, June 4, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 23, 19 18

DUDLEY, ROBERT EARL, Fireman, 2nd class, (sister, Hattie Dudley, 1512 Summit Avenue , Seattle , Wash enlisted Puget Sound , Wash , February 1, 19 16 ), USS Pueblo, ex-Colorado, armored cruiser (No.7, later CA-7)), disease, November 22, 19 17

DUDLEY, TONEY MARVIN, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, James Dudley, 311 Mill Street, Cape Girardeau, Mo enlisted St Louis, Mo, August 7, 19 16), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, August 30, 19 18

DUDOSKY, MEYER, Storekeeper, 3rd class, USNRF (not in active Service), (mother, Elizabeth Dudosky, 705 South Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 24, 19 18), Civil Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 2, 19 18

DUFF, DAN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Drewcilla Duff, Chavies, Ky enlisted Louisville, Ky, June 14, 19 18), USS Kroonland, ex-passenger ship, troop transport (ID-1541), respiratory disease, September 14, 19 18

DUFFY, ARTHUR JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Thomas Peter Duffy, 1434 Dorothy Street, Scranton, Pa enlisted Scranton, Pa, May 10, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 5, 19 18

DUFFY, CHARLES LEWIS, Seaman, (mother, Mary A Duffy, Vail, Iowa enlisted Omaha, Nebr, December 14, 19 17), Naval Training Camp, Detroit, Mich, respiratory disease, October 3, 19 18

DUFFY, JAMES FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF (General Court Martial Prisoner), (mother, Katherine Duffy, 48 Salem Street, Boston, Mass enlisted Boston, Mass, August 6, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 19, 19 18

DUFFY, JOHN MICHAEL, Fireman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Maiy Newhi Duffy, Batavia, Ill enlisted Chicago, Ill, April 29, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 6, 19 18

DUFFY, LEO JOHN, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Cora Duffy, Armstrong , Iowa enlisted Minneapolis , Minn , August 7, 19 17 ), Naval Hospital , Norfolk , Va , disease, December 15, 19 17

DUGAN, CHALES MICHAEL, Fireman, 1st class (other sources), USS Memphis, ex-Tennessee, armored cruiser (No.10), wrecked by tidal wave off Santo Domingo City , August 29, 19 16

DUGAN, JOSEPH BERNARD, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Patrick Dugan, 51 Butler Avenue, Lowell, Mass enlisted Lowell, Mass, July 5, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, December 22, 19 17

DUGGAN, THOMAS FOSTER, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Simeon L Duggan, Yazoo City, Miss enlisted Denver, Colo, September 22, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, February 17, 19 18

DUGGER J A, Boy, 1st class, USCG (other sources), USCG Yamacraw, cruising cutter, ship’s boat capsized attempting to rescue crew of SS Louisiana, stranded near Ocean City, Md, tried to rescue shipmates,, drowned, March 4, 19 17

DUKE, LEO E, Ensign, Supply Corps, USNRF (class 4), (wife, Mrs Lydia P Duke, 5440 Walnut Street , Philadelphia , Pa appointed Pennsylvania ), at home Philadelphia , Pa , respiratory disease, September 26, 19 18

DUKE, WILLIAM CICERO, Ship’s Cook, 2nd class, (brother, Lemuel Gip Duke, 2513 Clara Street, New Orleans, La enlisted New Orleans, La, April 10, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, June 2, 19 18

DUKE, WILLIAM H, Oiler, USNRF, (mother, Mary J Duke, 309 Duncan Avenue, Norfolk, Va enlisted Norfolk, Va, May 10, 19 17), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 19 18, declared lost, June 14, 19 18

DUKES, GEORGE HARPER, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Alice Elizabeth Dukes, Hendersonville, N C enlisted Raleigh, N C, October 11, 19 17), USS Mount Vernon, ex-German liner Kronprinzessen Cecilie, troop transport (ID-4508), torpedoed and damaged by U.82 off French Atlantic coast, September 5, 19 18

DULLER, MATTHEW JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, NNV, (father, Louis Duller 1856 West Twenty-3rd Street, Chicago, Ill enlisted Chicago, Ill, August 20, 19 17), USS Annapolis, gunboat (later PG-10), Mexican Pacific coast patrol, riot in Mexico, killed, April 5, 19 18

DUMAR, WILLIAM KIRK , Quartermaster, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Mary Lurline Duinar, 640 Eddy Street, San Francisco, Calif enlisted San Francisco, Calif, June 28, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, July 12, 19 18

DUNBAR, NORMAN, Chief Gunner's Mate, (mother, Sarah Dunbar, 1218 Market Street, Santa Clara, Calif enlisted Puget Sound, Wash, January 21, 19 16), USS Carola IV, steam yacht (SP-812), at Navy Base Hospital No 5, respiratory disease, September 17, 19 18

DUNCAN, BRYAN COLMAN, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Anna Duncan, La Grance, Ky enlisted Louisville, Ky, November 8, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, poisoned, January 21, 19 18

DUNCAN, CLARENCE ROSCOE, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Alley Duncan, Rose, Okla enlisted Oklahoma City, Okla, May 2, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, May 23, 19 17

DUNCAN, EARLE, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Rosie Duncan, Mount Pleasant, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, November 3, 19 17), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, February 4, 19 18

DUNCAN, GEORGE LAWSON, Electrician, 3rd class, (brother, S D Duncan, Columbia, S C enlisted Columbia, S C, April 30, 19 17), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DUNCAN, JAMES BRADY, Blacksmith, (sister, Stella Duncan, Dahlonega , Ga enlisted Norfolk Va, September 28, 19 16 ), Naval Hospital , Philadelphia , Pa , respiratory disease, December 4, 19 17

DUNCAN, JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Eliza Duncan, Neponset, Ill, R R 1 enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, October 18, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, November 20, 19 17

DUNDES, FRANCIS ARTHUR, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, James Dundes, 229 Bay Street, Jersey City, N J enlisted Newark, N J, March 23, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, February 21, 19 18

DUNHAM, HARLIE ELEVERTON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Harley Dunham, 3938 Vincent Street Pittsburgh, Pa enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, April 30, 19 18), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DUNKLE, WILLIS BLAIR, Storekeeper, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Albert Dunkle, Kellettville, Pa enlisted Buffalo, N Y May 11, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 27, 19 18

DUNLAP, FOREST JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, (wife, Mrs F J Dunlap, Manchester, Iowa enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, January 3, 19 18), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, disease, October 17, 19 18

DUNLAP, WADE, Apprentice Seaman, (sister, Francis Millers, Lake City, Route C, Box 107, Fla enlisted Charleston, S C, October 19, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, November 9, 19 18

DUNLAP, WILLIAM FRED , Fireman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Carrie Belle Dunlap, Winnebago, Minn enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, April 16, 19 18), Kingston Avenue Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 14, 19 18

DUNN, BERNARD CHRISTOPHER, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Annie Dunn, 203 McDowell Street, Columbus, Ohio enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, August 8, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 24, 19 18

DUNN, CHARLIE, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (sister, Ruth Dunn, 227 East Whiting Avenue , Fullerton , Calif enlisted Los Angeles , Calif , May 15, 19 18 ), Naval Reserve Training Camp, San Pedro Calif, respiratory disease, November 4, 19 18

DUNN, CLINTON, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (brother, Theodore Dunn, 3024 Forrest Avenue, Kansas City Mo enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 2, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 6, 19 18

DUNN, DANIEL LAWRENCE, Chief Water Tender, (father, John Dunn 49 Congress Street, Pawtucket , R I enlisted Newport , R I, June 8, 19 18 ), Naval Hospital , Newport , R I, respiratory disease, September 15, 19 18

DUNN, HARRY, Boatwain's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (aunt, Catherine Smith, 63 Van Raypen Avenue, Jersey City, N J enlisted New York, N Y March 23, 19 18), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, August 16, 19 18

DUNN, HENRY ALBERT, Medical Inspector, (wife, Mrs H A Dunn, 2536 Fourteenth Street , Washington , D C appointed Colorado ), New York , N Y, disease, December 13, 19 17

DUNN, JOHN JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, John G Dunn, Charlestown , Mass enlisted Boston , Mass, March 30, 19 17 ), USS Seattle, ex-Washington, armored cruiser (No.11, later CA-11), drowned, June 28, 19 17

DUNN, MARVIN MADDEN, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Margaret Teresa Dunn, 730 Franklin Street, San Francisco, Calif enlisted San Francisco, Calif, November 15, 19 17), Base Hospital No 34 (Army), respiratory disease, October 28, 19 18

DUNNING, ANDREW LEE , Coxswain, (mother, Anna Dunning, Herrin, Ill enlisted St Louis, Mo, June 26, 19 17), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DUNNING, GEORGE, Chief Boatswain's Mate, (wife, Catherine Dunning, 470 Medford Street , Somerville , Mass enlisted Recalled to active duty, at Boston , Mass, April 7, 19 17 ), Receiving Ship, Boston , Mass, injured in fall and drowned, July 23, 19 17

DUNYHUE, WILLIAM ANDIE, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Polly Ann Dunyhue, Satillo, Miss enlisted Nashville, Tenn, November 10, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, December 17, 19 17

DUPLISSEY, HENRI ALEXANDER, Ordinary Seaman (other sources), USS Memphis, ex-Tennessee, armored cruiser (No.10), wrecked by tidal wave off Santo Domingo City , August 29, 19 16

DUPONT, ERNEST JOSEPH, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, John Dupont, post office box 146, Gorham, N H enlisted Boston, Mass, June 27, 19 17), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 19 18

DUPUY, ALBIN EMRICK, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Annie Chaze Dupuy, Bunkie, La enlisted New Orleans, La, July 16, 19 18), Naval District Base, Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, respiratory disease, September 23, 19 18

DURANT, ARTHUR EDWARD, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Malvinia Durant, R F D No 1, Massena, N Y enlisted Syracuse, N Y May 6, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 5, 19 18

DURGIN, DENNIE FRANCIS, Master-at-Arms, 2nd class, (friend, Edward Byrenes, 2250 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa enlisted Norfolk, Va, November 3, 19 15), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, April 24, 19 18

DURGIN, TRUEWORTHY DAVID, Ensign, USNRF (class 4), (mother, Mrs Mary Anna Durgin, 1615 Washington Street , Racine , Wis appointed Wisconsin ), Naval Hospital , Great Lakes , Ill , influenza, October 1, 19 18

DURHAM , ULYSSES JENY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Millie Durham, Bolivar, Mo enlisted St Louis , Mo , July 15, 19 18 ), Camp Logan , Ill , respiratory disease, October 1, 19 18

DURKEE, WALTER NORMAN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, George H Durkee, 612 West Olive Street, Bolivar, Mo enlisted Kansas City, Mo, June 28, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 18, 19 18

DURKIN, EDOUARD FERNAND, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Emma S Durkin, Indianapolis, Ind enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, January 21, 19 18), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, drowned, July 7, 19 18

DURKIN, JOHN JAMES, Seaman, USNRF, (brother, Michel Durkin, Peabody, Mass enlisted San Francisco , Calif , April 2, 19 17 ), USS Saturn, collier (later AG-4), fell into hatch, killed, April 19, 19 17

DuROCHER, CHARLES LOUIS, Chief Pharmacist's Mate, F N R, (wife, Kate O'Neil DuRocher, 123 Market Street, Annapolis, Md enlisted Annapolis, Md, April 27, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Annapolis, Md, respiratory disease, October 5, 19 18

DURRETT, FRANK, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (mother, Pearl Nicholls Durrett, Finchville, Ky enlisted Louisville, Ky, May 31, 19 18), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, October 8, 19 18

DURRETT, JOHN AUSTIN, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Wood Durrett, 2804 Meadow Street, Dallas, Tex enlisted Dallas, Tex, June 4, 19 17), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 28, 19 18

DURST, CLAUD MICHAEL, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Isora Durst, Preston, Minn enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, April 30, 19 17), Naval Hospital, St Nazaire, France, respiratory disease, October 11, 19 18

DUSTER, RAYMOND SYLVESTER, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, John Duster, 227 Wood Street, Tarentum, Pa enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, May 21, 19 15), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, April 17, 19 18

DUVA, AUGUST ANTHONY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (sister, Minnie Duva, 402 Ocean Avenue, Jersey City, N J enlisted Newark, N J, June 4, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 23, 19 18

DUXBURY, LELAND RAYMOND, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (father, William Duxbury, Hixton, Wis enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, May 7, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 28, 19 18

DVORAK, EMIL M, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Jessie Shore Dvorak, Adams, N Dak enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, May 9, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 28, 19 18

DWIRE, VINCENT LEE , Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Mary Dwire, Bridgeton , R I enlisted Providence , R I, July 24, 19 18 ), Naval Hospital , Newport , R I, respiratory disease, September 16, 19 18

DWYER, DAVID JAMES, Carpenter's Mate, 2nd class (A), (father, Thomas Dwyer, Belly Facey, Glenmore, Waterford, Ireland enlisted Buffalo, N Y December 15, 19 17), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, respiratory disease, April 4, 19 18

DWYER, JOHN HENRY, Engineman, 2nd class, (mother, Margaret A Dwyer, 321 North Main Street, Marion, Ohio enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, July 12, 19 18), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 12, 19 18

DYBDAHL, BIRGER, Chief Yeoman, USNRF, (wife, Arndora E Dybdahl, 747 Forty-fifth Street, Brooklym N Y enlisted New York, N Y July 6, 19 18), Base No 6, respiratory disease, October 11, 19 18

DYE, JAMES WALTER, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, James Dye, Onalaska, Tex enlisted Houston, Tex, July 17, 19 17), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 12, 19 18

DYER, ALBERT AARON, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Lou Dyer, Bangor, Ala enlisted Montgomery, Ala, February 8, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Newport R I, respiratory disease, April 5, 19 18

DYER, CUTLER, Boatswain's Mate, 1st class, (wife, Adalene B Dyer, 919 Elizabeth Street Key West, Fla enlisted Galveston, Tex, September 4, 19 18), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, October 18, 19 18

DYKE, LEE HOWARD, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Mary Ellen Dyke, R F D No 1, Liverrnore Falls, Me enlisted Portland , Me, August 7, 19 18 ), Naval Hospital , Newport , R I, respiratory disease, September 23, 19 18

DYKEMAN, JOHN JOSEPH, Lieutenant (JG), USNRF, (sister, Miss Catherine Dykeman, 685 Eighth Street , San Francisco , Calif appointed California ), residence, 685 Eighth Street , San Francisco , Calif , disease, July 8, 19 18


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the laws concerning knives specifically, the carrying of a non-concealed knife, and are there knife designs, blade sizes, etc., that are prohibited?

Virginia Code § 18.2-311 describes certain weapons, including some knives, which are illegal to possess in Virginia. Additionally, refer to Virginia Code § 18.2-308 for specific prohibitions concerning concealed weapons. It is suggested that you contact your county or city authorities to inquire as to whether or not there are applicable local ordinances.

Are firearms registered in Virginia?

With the exception of machine guns, firearms are not registered in Virginia.

May I travel through Virginia with a firearm in my vehicle?

May I &ldquoopen carry&rdquo a firearm in Virginia?

A firearm may be carried openly in Virginia except where prohibited by statute. Please refer to §§ 18.2-279 to 18.2-311.2. The Code of Virginia may be searched at https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode.

What is the legal age to purchase or possess a firearm?

A person must be at least 18 years of age to purchase a rifle or shotgun from a licensed firearms dealer. To purchase a handgun from a licensed firearms dealer, you must be at least 21 years of age, pursuant to federal law. For statutory regulations concerning underage persons possessing firearms, refer to Virginia Code § 18.2-308.7, possession or transportation of certain firearms by persons under the age of eighteen.

What is the legal age to purchase ammunition?

Virginia law does not address age requirements for the purchase of ammunition. Federal law requires an individual to be at least 21 years of age to purchase handgun ammunition, and at least 18 years old to purchase rifle or shotgun ammunition.

What are the laws concerning the private sale of a handgun?

No person shall sell a firearm unless he has obtained verification from a licensed dealer in firearms that information on the prospective purchaser has been submitted for a criminal history record information check as set out in § 18.2-308.2:2 and that a determination has been received from the Department of State Police that the prospective purchaser is not prohibited under state or federal law from possessing a firearm or such sale is specifically exempted by state or federal law. The dealer may charge and retain an additional fee not to exceed $15.00 for obtaining a criminal history record information check on behalf of a seller.

Why was my firearms purchase application placed in a status of delay?

The criminal history record information check required prior to the purchase of a firearm in Virginia is accomplished by a name check in conjunction with the purchaser's race, sex, and date of birth. It is not unusual for a "hit" response to occur upon query the national and state databases due to similar or exact personal descriptors of the prospective purchaser and those listed on an arrest record. When this occurs, review is necessary to determine if the prospective purchaser may be the same individual contained in these files, as well as lawful eligibility if probable identification is determined.

Does one have to have U.S. citizenship to be eligible to purchase a firearm?

A buyer who is a lawful permanent resident alien the United States may purchase firearms in the Commonwealth of Virginia pursuant to the same identification and residency requirements as a citizen. Prohibitions apply, however, to "any alien in the United States in a non-immigrant status" with certain exceptions and a waiver process. Contact the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives if you have questions about these regulations.

What are the disqualifications for the purchase of a firearm?

Are law enforcement officers subject to the background check when purchasing firearms?

Law enforcement offices are not exempt from the federal misdemeanor crime of domestic violence disqualification and therefore, must consent to a background check when purchasing firearms. The exception to this requirement is the purchase of a duty weapon from a licensed firearms dealer on behalf of an Employer&rsquos Certification Letter.

Is a concealed handgun permit issued in another state valid or recognized in Virginia?

States with which Virginia has entered into concealed handgun permit reciprocity agreements, or which Virginia will grant recognition, are listed on our Reciprocity and Recognition page.

Are Virginia concealed handgun permits issued to non-Virginia residents?

Virginia Code § 18.2-308.06 authorizes the issuance of concealed handgun permits to non-Virginia residents. Please refer to Nonresident Concealed Handgun Permits in this website.

The address on my Resident Concealed Handgun Permit is no longer correct. Is my permit still valid?

Yes, but you may request a replacement permit if you wish. The clerk of a circuit court that issued a valid concealed handgun permit shall, upon presentation by the permit holder of the valid permit and written notice of a change of address on a form provided by the Department of State Police, issue a replacement permit specifying the permit holder's new address. See § 18.2-308.011.

The address on my Nonresident Concealed Handgun Permit is no longer correct. Is my permit still valid?

Yes. Virginia Code § 18.2-308.06, which governs the issuance of nonresident concealed handgun permits, makes no provisions for changes of address. A permit once issued remains valid until the expiration date is met, or upon suspension or revocation, regardless of the change of address. However, the Virginia State Police will issue change of address cards upon request. Holders of nonresident permits are requested to notify the Virginia State Police, Firearms Transaction Center (FTC) in writing at P.O. Box 85141, Richmond, VA, 23285-5141 or on-line at [email protected] Additional information is available on the Nonresident Concealed Carry page.

Are military personnel considered residents or nonresidents for the purpose of a concealed handgun permit?

Active military personnel, 21 years of age and older, assigned to a Virginia duty post or the Pentagon may apply for a Virginia resident permit, which are issued by the circuit court of the county or city in which the applicant resides. Virginia Code § 18.2-308.02 (B.5.) authorizes current military service to be considered proof that the applicant has demonstrated competence with a handgun.

I am a new resident to Virginia and possess a concealed handgun permit issued by a permit-reciprocal state. Will my permit still be honored in Virginia?

A permit issued by a state in which Virginia has established concealed handgun permit reciprocity or recognition will be honored in Virginia as long as the permit remains valid regardless of the change of address. It is suggested that you confirm the validity of the permit with the issuing agency in this instance.

In the instance of a traffic stop, should I advise the police officer that I have a concealed handgun permit?

Virginia law does not require you to notify the officer that you have a permit. However, § 18.2-308.01, of the Code of Virginia, requires you to be in possession of the permit whenever you are carrying a concealed handgun and to display the permit and a government-issued photo-identification upon demand by a law-enforcement officer.


Zoraya SP-235 - History

FREE CONTACTLESS CURBSIDE PICKUP

10am &ndash 6:00pm Daily | Firearms Excluded

  1. Shop Online &ndash Select Contactless Curbside Pickup as your shipping method during checkout.
  2. We&rsquoll let you know when your order is ready via email or phone.
  3. If your product is located at our Kittery Store it will be ready within one hour of order confirmation, if not please allow 24 hours.*
  4. Upon receipt of your order ready email confirmation drive to the Kittery Store between 10:00AM-6:00PM. (5pm for Bikes, Boats & SUPs).
  5. Park in one of the numbered parking spots near the marked pickup door in the back of our south parking lot. (Bikes, Boats & SUPS have a separate marked pickup area).
  6. STAY IN YOUR VEHICLE and call 1-207-439-9222. When you hear the greeting, dial EXT 330, to connect to the Curbside Pickup department.
  7. A KTP team member will confirm purchase via printed or digital receipt and Valid ID shown through vehicle window.
  8. Once confirmed, they will place your order in your vehicle's backseat or trunk. (On vehicle or trailer if a Bike, Boat or SUP**).
  9. For documentation and your protection we will record vehicle plate number and date/time of pickup.

NOTE: Firearms must be picked up and processed inside the store. Background check is required.

Kittery Trading Post does not make any guarantee that your order will be available at any specific time. Kittery Trading Post will not have any liability for any order delays. Orders not picked up within 30 days will be returned to stock.

Kittery Trading Post is open with reduced operating hours: Monday through Sunday, 9am-7pm.

*Please allow 48 hours (max.) for Bike purchases
**Customer is 100% responsible for securing bikes & boats for transportation. Please note: All rack assembly by KTP staff has been temporarily discontinued. The customer is 100% responsible for installation.

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What Phillips family records will you find?

There are 2 million census records available for the last name Phillips. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Phillips census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more.

There are 232,000 immigration records available for the last name Phillips. Passenger lists are your ticket to knowing when your ancestors arrived in the USA, and how they made the journey - from the ship name to ports of arrival and departure.

There are 373,000 military records available for the last name Phillips. For the veterans among your Phillips ancestors, military collections provide insights into where and when they served, and even physical descriptions.

There are 2 million census records available for the last name Phillips. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Phillips census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more.

There are 232,000 immigration records available for the last name Phillips. Passenger lists are your ticket to knowing when your ancestors arrived in the USA, and how they made the journey - from the ship name to ports of arrival and departure.

There are 373,000 military records available for the last name Phillips. For the veterans among your Phillips ancestors, military collections provide insights into where and when they served, and even physical descriptions.


A Millers Falls Home Page

This page serves as directory to an encyclopedic study of the Millers Falls Company, a hand tool manufacturer once located in Western Massachusetts. The site features a company history, biographies of figures associated with the business, guides to some of the its hand tools, and an illustrated list of publications it distributed. A Massachusetts-based entity until 1982, the firm was incorporated as the Millers Falls Manufacturing Company in 1868, was renamed the Millers Falls Company in 1872, and became a division of Ingersoll-Rand in 1962. The business relocated to New Jersey in 1982 following a leveraged buyout organized by Ray Sponsler, an Ingersoll-Rand executive.

The new ownership changed the name to the Millers Falls Tool Company. Ohio Tool Systems bought the operation in 1994 and four years later sold it to the Lutz File and Tool Company, the manufacturers of Gorilla Glue. Lutz allowed the Millers Falls trademark to expire in 2006, and the Hangzhou Great Star Industrial Co., Ltd, of Hangzhou, China re-registered it in 2009.

The Millers Falls pages at oldtoolheaven.com focus on the pre-1982 company and include information on a number of businesses that were either absorbed by the Millers Falls Falls Company or affiliated with it in some way. Notable among these are the Goodell-Pratt Company the Langdon Mitre Box Company Gunn, Amidon & Company and the various enterprises of Charles H. Amidon and Quimby S. Backus. The tools manufactured by these firms were of excellent quality, and like Millers Falls products, are prized by collectors of antique tools and woodworkers alike.

Although the company's hand-powered woodworking tools are emphasized here, the firm manufactured and distributed precision tools, mechanics' tools and power tools as well. The site's emphasis on hand planes, bit braces, drills, miter boxes, screwdrivers and the like can be deceiving. Those using these pages should be aware that for the last forty to fifty years of its existence, the operation was dependent on the success of its electric tools.

The product of over two decades of research, the site is revised as new information comes to light. The author, Randy Roeder, worked as an academic librarian for thirty-five years and has written a half dozen tool-related articles for the Gristmill , the journal of the Mid-West Tool Collectors Association. He continues to research the Millers Falls Company, its predecessors and the businesses related to it.


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