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FLOR IDI ANS:
U.S. COAST GUARD
WORLD WAR I


State Arsenal
St. Francis
Barracks
St. AutgustinG,










STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL




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NOTE ON NUMBER 46:

Due to certain technical limitations, the material in this
volume is presented in only approximate alphabetical order. The
information on the U.S.S. TAMPA is included here as 38 of the 111
Coast Guardsmen killed were from Florida. (35 on the enclosed
list and 3 additional names which appear on the official lists).






3S5
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Loss of U.8.C.O.C. TAMPA.


On September 26, 1918, U.S.C.G.C. TAMPA was lost with all on board,
probably torpedoed by a German Submarine of the UB-typo in the Brisol Channel,
about latitude 500 55' I.. longitude 50 38' V. There were no survivors.
Oasualtiess 131 lives lost, 10 officers, 4 warrant officers. 101 enlisted men
and 16 passengers, vis: 1 British officer, 10 British ratings and 5 civilian
employees.

The following is quoted from a letter dated October 10, 1918 from the
Commander, U.S. Naval Torces Operating in huropeans Waters to the Secretary
of the Navy regarding the loss of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter TAMPA:

"The following facts are established in the case of U.S.C.G.C. TAMPA.

*fhe TAMPA was acting as ocean escort of mercantile convoy HG 107.
consisting of vessels bound from Gibraltar to the vest boast of Xngland.
The convoy was joined at the rendezvous by an escort of trawlers and P
boats and the convoy and escort, together with the TAMPA proceeded to-
ward the entrance of the Irish Sea. The TAMPA had orders from the Ad-
miralty to remain with the convoy until in the vicinity of Milford Haven,
when she was to detach herself from the convoy and proceed independently
into Milford Raven. These orders were subsequently modified by the Vice-
Admiral. Milford Haven, leaving the point at which the TAMPA detached her-
self optional with the Commanding Officer, TAKPA. The TAMPA continued
with the convoy until 4.15 p.m., 26~epteber, when in Latitude 50 18' N.,
Longitude 50 54' V. after obtaining permission from the Commodore of the
convoy, she detached herself and proceeded independently to Milford Haven.

"At 7 p.m. the Commodore of the convoy could distinguish the TAMPA
on the horizon steering in the direction of Milford Raven. At 8.45 p.m.
the radio operator reported that he felt the shock of an under water
explosion.

"The TAMPA expected to arrive in Milford Haven about 3 a.m. Septem-
ber 27. As the vessel became overdue and no radio information had been re-
ceived from her, two P boats from Milford Haven were dispatched in search
on the afternoon of 27 September. Later two trawler hunting flotillas and
three -estroyers from Qneenstown were sent in search. On the afternoon of
September 27, P. boat No. 65 sighted in Latitude 500 51' N., Longitude
5 36' V., a quantity of wreckage, including a broken mast with life belt
attached marked 'TAMPA', also two broken cases marked 'TAMPA'. On the
afternoon of September 28. the U.S.S. DAVIS was in the middle of the
wreckage, and saw doors, chairs, pieces of decks, a strongback and in
general amch wreckage a mass of splinters. The U.S.S. DATIS also saw
one body in the water with life Jacket of the U.S. Navy type. U.S.S_
ST0OCKTORij closing the DAVIS apparently sighted the same body. Search
was continued until into the night of September 28, by which time the
whole area had been explored, but without result beyond that already cited.

"It appears that the TAMPA and all on board we've lost as the result
of an explosion, presumably due to enemy action."










THE COAST GUARD IN TEE WORLD 7AR.

On the morning of April 6, 1917, a despatch was sent by radio
and by land wire to every ship and shore station of the Coast Guard.
This despatch read: "Plan one. AcIknowledge." It was sent out by
Coast Guard Headquarters, a bureau of the Treasury Department. This
message resulted in the instant augmentation of the forces of the
Navy by 223 experienced and highly trained commissioned officers,
approximately 4,500 experienced and competent warrant officers and
enlisted men, 47 vessels of all classes, and 279 stations scattered
along the entire coast line of the United States. Within probably
six hours after this message was flashed out by the Arlington Radio
Station and was sped on the wires from Washington, the entire person-
nel and materiel of a Service operating up to that moment under
another depcrtrment was functioning as a part of the naval forces of
the United States. It is of interest to note how this amalgamation,
unique in the organization of the Federal Government, was brought
about.

The Coast Guard was created by the Act of January 28, 1915, in
lieu of the existing Revenue Cutter Service and the Life-Saving Ser-
vice, and it was expressly stipulated in that Act that the Coast
Guard shall constitute a part of the military forces of the United
States and shall operate under the Treasury Department in time of
peace and operate as a part of the iavy, subject to the orders of
the Secretary of the ITavy: in time of war or when the Presid.-nt shall
so direct. The Revenue- Cutter Service was founded in 1790, before
the establishment of the United States navy. In cooperation with
the :avy, it served with marked distinction in every war in which
the United States has been engaged, and its history is replete with
incidents of distinguished service rendered in defense of the country.
As far back as 1797 Congress provided that the President should be
authorized to employ the cutters to defend the seacoast and to repel
hostilities to vessels and conmerce. In the seagoing branch of the
Cost Guard, the cruising cutters are armed, a high state of effi-
ciency is maintained in drills with rapid-fire guns and small arms,
and complete naval discipline is maintained. The Coast Guard stations,
formerly life-saving stations, are placed at intervals along our entire
coast line, and the warrant officers and enlisted men at those stations
are through long experience, admirably trained in maintaining a careful
watch over all vessels within their sight and in promptly transmitting
intelligent information regarding the movements of vessels and unusual
occurrences within their observation. Coast Guard stations are li-nied
up with the Coast Guard col;-unirication system, and information from the
stations can be transmitted to ~ashington promptly enL efficiently.
With the exception of a few staff officers, all com:iissioned officers
of the Coast Cuard are graduates of the Coast Guard Academy where they
have p-ursued a course of instruction quite similar to that given at
the laval Academ,-. !:ost important of ell, the Coast Guard personnel
is imbued with military tradition and a fine esprit de corps, the
inevitable result of high ideals and devotion to duty covering over
a century and a quarter.

In the Coast Guard, therefore, the country possesses a corps
that performs most important and valuable service in time of peace and
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service with the 1avy in time of war.

Then in the spring of 1917 it appeared probable that the unjust-
ifiable actions of the German Government might involve this country
in war, a conference was held between officers of the 7Tavy and officers
of the Coast Guard, and a definite plan was evolved providing for the
mobilization of the Coast Guard with the Navy. This plan, ktwn as
Plan One, was transmitted as a confidential document to each unit of
the Coast Guard. It provided that upon notification by despatch each
unit should report to the appropriate superior officer and provision was
made for working out all details necessary to prompt and efficiant
anal garat ion.

So, on the morning of April 6, 1917, upon reaeipt of the telegram
above mentioned, the entire Coast Guard was within a few hours apart
of the United States Navy. Its personnel, officers and men, were pre-
pared for any duty to which the "avy Department might see fit to assign
them; its cruising vessels were ready, except for certain necessary
additions to their armament, for active operations against the enemy.

In the early months of the war, there :.as a tendency to follow
the policy generally of keeping Coast Guard personnel on units of the
Coast Guard or on vessels assigned to the Coast Guard. The Wavy Depart-
ment soon found, however, that the officers of the Coast Guard were
specially qualified by education, ability, experience, and training to
participate in naval activities of practically every character and that
the best results would be obtained by disposing of these officers in
precisely the same way as officers of the Regular N1avy were utilized,
and this was done to a greater and greater extent as the war progressed,
and with most satisfactory results,

It soon became evident that in this war there would be unlimited
opportunity for work by small vessels, Indeed, one of the striking
things about the operations of the 'Navy during the war is the fact that
small vessels played a conspicuous and important part to an extent that
probably no one had suspected they would be able to perform in a war
between two great powers. There was urgent need on the other side for
small vessels, easily maneuvered, that could keep the sea, and be used
in searching for and destroying submarines, and in protecting convoys.

In August and September, 1917, six Coast Guard cutters, the
OSSIPEE, SEEEGA, YAMACRAW, ALGOI1QUIT, MAITIITG and TA1PA left the United
States to join our naval forces in European waters. They constituted
Squadron 2 of Division 6 of the patrol forces of the Atlantic Fleet
and were based on Gibraltar. Throughout the way they escorted hundreds
of vessels between Gibraltar and the British Isles, and also performed
escort and patrol cuty in the Iediterranean. The other cruising cutters
performed escort and patrol duty in home waters, on important missions
to Bermuda, the Azores Islands, in the Caribbean Sea, and off the coast
of Nova Scotia, and operated generally under the orders of the coman-,
dants of the various naval districts, or under the direct orders of the
Chief of Naval Operations,

When war was declared there were in the Coast Guard 138 line
officers, 70 engineer officers, 13 district superintendents, and two
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constructors, a total of 223 commAissioned officers, Nothing can be more
conclusive of the professional ability of Coast Guard officers and of the
confidence that the ITavy Department imposed in then than the fact that of the
138 cormissioned line officers of the Coast Guard, 24 commanded combatant ships
of the ITavy operating in the war zone in European waters, five co-mxanded com-
batant ships attached to the American Patrol detachment in the Caribbean Sea,
and 23 commanded combatant ships attached to naval districts. Five Coast Guard
officers co-mmanded large training caps, Six officers performed aviation duty,
two of them being in command of important air stations, one of these in France,
The Navy Department, naturally enough, assigned to the command of combatant
ships only officers whose experience and ability warranted such detail, and
only those officers in whom the Department had implicit confidence, The large
proportion of Coast Guard officers assigned to conmand duty is impressi e.
The former Commandant of tha Coast Guard, Corziodore W. E. Reynolds, served
as chief of staff of the Twelfth !Taval District. Five Coast Guard officers
performed responsible and important duty at the Tavy Department in Washington.
Officers not assigned to command served in practically every phase of naval
activity on transports, on cruisers, cutters, patrol vessels, in naval dis-
tricts, as inspectors, at training camps, and were of the utmos' value to the
2Navy in that they required no training and were possessed of professional
ability and wide experience that immediately brought them to the front. Officers
of engineering ability and experience were urgently needed, and the 70 conn-
issioned marine-engineers of the Coast Guard contributed greatly toward filling
that need.

Throughout the war, the Coamandant of the Coast Guard was Commodore
E. P. Bertholf, who, with the necessary staff of officers at Coast Guard
Headquarters in Washington, administered the affairs of the Coast Guard,
under the direction of the Secretary of the Navy, in a most efficient and
zealous manner.

As the war progressed, the value of the commissioned officers of the Coast
Guard became more and more apparent to the Navy Department, and calls for
them from all sides became more and more insistent. Shortly after the
armistice, three Coast Guard officers were assigned to the connand of large
naval transports engaged in bringing home the troops from France, and a
number of other Coast Guard officers were assigned to transport duty. One
4f the two pilots of the hydroplane NOM-4 that made the first trans-Atlantic
flight was a Coast Guard officer, Lieutenant Commander E. F. Stone. Of the
223 Coast Guard officers, seven met their death during the war as a result of
enenm action, or 3.14 per cent of the entire commissioned strength. It is
probable that the percentage of deaths due directly to enemy action among
regular officers was greater in the Coast Guard than in any other branch of
the military and naval service. Considering all officers and enlisted men,
the percentage of battle losses in the Coast Guard was 1.74 per centZ the
percentage of battle losses in the Army, excluding Marines, was 1,42 per cent.

It is of interest to note that the first United States vessel to pass
the great German fortification at Helgoland and through the Kiel Canal- after
the signing of the armistice was the U.S.S. APTRODITE, commanded by a Clast
Guard officer, Captain F. C. Billard, now Rear Admiral 3illard, Commandant of
the Coast Guard. This vessel, while passing through the lorth Sea, struck a
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that she escaped serious daange and was able to proceed to Germany is
probably unique in the history of vessels that have had mines explode
under them.

The Coast Guard Cutter TAMPA sailed from New York on September 15, 1917,
for service in European waters under the cormmnd of Captain Charles Satterlee,
U. S. Coast Guard. She proceeded to Gibraltar via the Azores Islands, and
was assigned to duty with the division of vessels escorting convoys from
Gibraltar to England. On September 5, 1918, Rear Admiral Hiblack, commanding
the U. S. Haval forces based on Gibraltar addressed a special letter of
commendation to the commanding officer of the TAMPA. He called attention
therein to the fact that since the TA1PA's arrival on that station, she had
escorted 18 convoys between Gibraltar and the United Kingdom, was never
disabled, and was ready whenever called upon, and only one request for re-
pairs, and this for two minor items, had been received from her, Admiral
Niblack stated, "This excel-lent record is an evidence of a high state of
efficiency and excellent ship's spirit and an organization capable of
keeping the vessel in service with a minirum of shore assistance. the squad-
ron commander takes great pleasure in congratulating the commanding officer,
officers, and crew on the record which they have made." Three weeks later,
all of these officers and men, who had been so highly commended, went to
their deaths.

On the evening of September 26, 1918, the TAkMPA having acted as ocean
escort for a convoy from Gibraltar to the United Kingdom, and having complet-
ed her duties as ocean escort, proceeded, in accordance with her instructions,
toward the port of Milford Haven, Wales. At 8:45 p.m., a loud explosion
was heard by persons on vessels of the convoy. The TAMPA failed to arrive
at her destination and search was made for her by U, S. destroyers and
British patrol craft. Nothing was found except a small amount of wreckage
identified as belonging to the TAMPA and two unidentified bodies in naval
uniforms. It is believed that the TA2PA was sunk by a German submarine,
and it is said that the German submarine U-53 claimed to have sunk a
United States vessel of her description, It is understood that the "listen-
ing-in" stations on shore had detected the presence of an enemy submarine
in the vicinity of the place where the TAMPA was destroyed at the time the
explosions were heard. Every officer and man on board the vessel perished
115 in .all, of hom 111 were Coast Guard personnel. With the exception of
the CYCLOPS, whose fate has never been ascertained, this was the largest
loss of life incurred by any naval unit during the war. Vice Admiral
C. H. Dare Mipyrn of the British ITavy, the commanding officer at Milford
Haven, in a telegram to Admiral Sims expressing the universal sympathy felt
at Milford Haven by all ranks and rates in the loss of the TAMPA said:
"Myself and staff enjoyed the personal friendship of
her commanding officer, Captain-Charles Satterlee and
had great admiration for his intense enthusiasm and high
ideals of duty."
The British Admiralty addressed a letter to Admiral Sims as follows:
"Their Lordships desire me to express their deep regret
at the loss of the U, S. S. TAMPA. Her record since
she has been employed in European waters as an ocoan
escort to convoys has been remarkable. She has acted
in the capacity of ocean escort to no less than 18
convoys from Bibraltar comprising 350 vessels, with
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conmmndors of the convoys have recognized the ability with which the
TAMPA carried out the duties of ocean escort. Appreciation of the
good work done by the U. S. S. TAMPvA -may be some consolation to those
bereft and Their Lordships would be glad if this could be conveyed t0
those concerned.u

It must, indeed, be a matter of solemn pride to the Coast Guard
to !low that in the loss of the TJPA and all her gallant officers and
men, that Service rendered such a signal sacrifice and that the TAMPA
will always be remembered in the naval annals of our country.

One of the modern destroyers of the ITavy has been named for Captain
Satterlee, and on April 16, 1921, a new cruising vessel of the Coast
Guard was launched at Oakland, California, and named the TAMPA.

No single instance that occurred afloat during the war is more in-
dicative of the devotion to duty and the earnest desire to get together
and win the war that inspired our naval forces than the gallant attempt
to salvage the torpedoed steamer ~TLLIETGTON.

On September 16, 1918, at about 11;30 a.m,, the British collier
LI1GTONT, part of a convoy bound from Milford Haven, Wales, to
Gibraltar, with the Coast Guard Gutter SEEECA as ocean escort, was tor-
pedoed. The torpedo struck lost to the stem on the starboard bow, tear-
ing away the vessels forefoot and flooding her No. 1 hold. The su-o7artne
porpoised clos to the colliers bow, then disappeared. The TELLINGTOI
was abandoned immediately, and shortly after a sena.phore signal was sent
from one of the ship's boats to the SETECA, which vessel was endeavoring
to perform the double duty of protecting the remainder of the convoy and
looking out for the survivors, that the vessel would probably float, but
that the crew refused to remain on board.

Lieutenant F. W. Brown, U. S. Coast Guard, the SEIMECA's navigating
officer, was on the bridge at the time, and he asked and obtained permission
from the commanding officer to take a volunteer crew End endeavor to work
the IWLLIIGTOT into port. A very large number of the SESECA's comple-
ment, practically all who had the opportunity, promptly volunteered for
this duty. As the ELLIrGTOIT's crew scrambled out of their lifeboat on
board the SEECA, the S:TCA's men dropped into the same boat and shoved
off. Lieutenant Brown had made a hasty selection from the many volunteers,
teldin acting Machinist William L. Boyce and 18 petty officers and enlisted
men. Enroute to the torpedoed vessel lookouts and a gun's crew were detail-
ed. Upon boarding the ship, ernunition was broken out, the gun's crew was
assigned, and lookouts posted. It was highly probable that the submarine
would nake another attack on the WLLI!GTONT. Shortly after boarding the
collier, a second boat, containing the master, first and second officers
anl 11 of the ELLII'GTOt's crew, ccme on board. The SSIECA was compelled
to leave at once for the protection of the remainder of the convoy, and
could only send out radio calls for urgent assistance for the WELLINGTON.
There followed an heroic and all but successful effort on the part of
Lieutenant Brown and his men to save this large and valuable cargo steamer.

Machinist Boyce assumed full charge below decks, and shortly made the
report that the gauges showed 120 pounds of steam, that slight repairs were
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half an hour. At 12:50 p,n., the WELLINGTO17 was started ahead at slow
speed and a course was laid for Brest. As soon as the vessel was well under
way, all the nen who could be spared for that work were turned to in the
construction of a large liferaft which was laid upon the Io. 3 hatch, all
guys and tackle being cleared, so that it would readily float off the ship.
Frequent soundings disclosed the fact that the water had risen in the ITo. 2
hold to three and one-half feet. Here the p-nps held it, the vessel being
stopped several times to permit the pumps to be worked under a full head
stem. As soon as it was mkown that the master of the WELLITGTO1' had
thrown all the code books overboard, as he was required to do, the SEMSCA
vws notified by radio that the TELLIiGTOZT had no ciphers. Later the operator
heard the SE;ECA calling BP.ST. Knowing that all necessary information would
be sent out from that source, Lieutenant Brown refrained from using his radio.

Thore being but six men from the engineer force to fire the furnaces,
oil the engines, pass coal, etc., it became necessary to send other men to
their aid, although they had never performed such duty before. Every man
took turn about in passing coal and firing, coming out on dock when relieved
and then taking a gun watch. One of the volunteers from the SEiTECA was a
cook, Russell Elan by name. Lieutenant Brown, in his official report, states
that the spirit and devotion to Cuty with which all his men worked is well
illustrated by the manner in which the cook porformod his homely duties.
Ineediatelyupon boarding the WELLIITGTOT, he disappeared into the galley, and
in a short time had provided all hands with dinner, consisting of lanb,
potatoes, carrots, bread, butter, and coffee. When he appeared on the bridge
with Lieutenant Brownts dinner, he was clad in an inaculate white serving
jacket an'. had omitted no detail of service. This minute attention to the
duty that fell to his lot was rendered on a torpedoed steamer in im-inent
daner of sinking and of further submarine attack, Cook Elan net a heroic
death with others of this gallant volunteer party.

During the afternoon, all went well but at sundown the wind and sea
increased, gradually raiing it impossible to keep the TELLII'GTON' on her
course. It beccee necessary to stop the vessel, as being so much down by
the head, she persisted in coming up head to the sea. With that resource-
fulness in secmanship for which officers of the Coast GuarC have an estab-
lished reputation, Lieutenant Brown made persistent attempts to maneuver
the vessel stern first, and thereby keep her stern to the sea, but all these
attempts failed. The necessity for a sea anchor by which her stern could
be held up to the sea become more and more n.pparent as the force of the wind
and sea increased, but what available material there might have been for
constructing such a nea anchor hafd been lost by the destruction of the fore-
hold. As the vessel was fitted with steel towers instead of spars, there
was no gear at hand with which to improvise a drag that would have been of
any use. Neither was it possible to get at the ship's chain cables which
Lieutenant Brown desired to lot go with the anchors in order to lighten the
vessel forward. By the time steervge way was lost, the seas were crashing
over the bow and up through the forward hatch, raaking it impossible for the
:;en to gain the forcastle and rendering the entire forward part of the
vessel unsafe.

Lieutenant Brown anc his men had volunteered and placed themselves
on borr" a torpedoed and disabled ship with which they were entirely un-
f:-ili:.r, and anmely endeavored to work her into port. The increasing gale









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now made it necessary for then to plan to save their own lives. The
WELLIIGTON being of the turret type of construction, carried davits
peculiar tv vessels of her type. The lifeboat was carried rigged out
ready for lowering, the davits being in a horizontal position.' Due to
the list of the ship and the excessive rolling, the davit heads threat-
ened to force the lifeboat under on the down roll. As no time was to be
lost if this boat was to be gotten away safely, all hands were massed abreast
of it except the radio operator and three men who kept the pumps going, and
were ordered to get into the boat, and if possible to hold on to the
WELLINGTON's sea painter. The radio operator M. S. Mason remained at his
instruments to keep in touch with the U. S. S. WARRINGTOIT, which was pro-
ceeding to their assistance. At the order to get into the boat, 7 men
belonging to the WELLIINGTO'Ts merchant crew climbed in, together with one
of the SENECA's men who had been specially detailed to get into the boat
and unhook forward. The SENECA's volunteer crew stood by to clear away
and lower the boat. When this lifeboat was lowered, not one of the SENECA's
crew was in the boat except the man referred to who had been ordered to
that duty. Can there be any greater proof of the splendid spirit of dis-
cipline that animated the men of the SENECA? When the boat was in the water
someone of the WELLIITGTOITs crew cut the painter, evidently through fear
that the boat would be set down against the ships side by the seas, although
Lieutenant Brown called to them not to do so. The first officer of the
WELLINIGTON made every effort apparently to work his boat back to the ship,
but the crew did not know how to pull, The boat drifted away, and the
S~ECA s party and some of the WELLINGTON s men were left on board with
nothing to rely upon except the raft which they had constructed.

At about 11:35 p.m., the WELLINGTOlT's position was sent to the
destroyer WARRINGTOI, which vessel was proceeding at full speed to their
rescue. To aid the destroyer in her search, rockets were sent up at 15
minute intervals, and at about 2:30 a.m., answering rockets from the
WARRINGTON were seen. The destroyer had been previously notified that the
only lifeboat was adrift, and request was made that that boat be picked up
and returned to the WELLITGTON. The men in the lifeboat were gotten aboard
the 7ARRITGTOT, but while alongside the boat was crushed. The material
that might possibly be used to support the men on the 7ELLITGTOi' was
collected along the side of the ship. Going up to the poop, Lieutenant
Brown found through the aid of his flashlight some long heavy planks, and
from these three rafts were constructed. These were lowered over the
port quarter and lines let down to insure the men reaching them in the dark-
ness. The lights of the destroyer were now in sight. With a small hand
flashlight Lieutenant Brown signaled the W7ARRINGTOT that he had to abandon
ship immediately, and asked the destroyer to work in close and pick up his
men. The WELLINGTON listed rapidly, and the order to leave the ship was
given. Lieutenant Brown sent out one last call with his small flashlight:
'"My men are in the water." As the collier settled by the head, at the
same time turning over, he crawled out over the railing about her stern and
flashed his last appeal. Just as his last message was finished, the boilers
apparently exploded, for the vessel seeead to rise up, then lurched into
her final plunge' He had done all that he could, first to save the ship,
and then to save the men under his command. The ship.was going down and
his men were in the water. There was nothing further for him to do, and he
sprang into the sea. This happened at about 4:00 a.m., in pitch darkness,
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Even while struggling in the water for their lives, their natchloss
.discilino asserted itself. Lieutenant Brown after swiring awhile cast
about for something to clint to, and not finding anything and hearing a
cry for help, he swa= toward the man, but seeing that the nan was cling-
ing to a plank, he told him to keep his mouth closed, so as not to fill
it with water, lie saw two calciiu lights burning which he supposed marked
a life raft. Upon reaching there, he found nothing but the lights and their
metal containers, which lights he succeeded in extinguishing in order that
none of his men should nistake them for a raft. As he approached the des-
troyer, while it was yet dark, he called out repeatedly: "I d 18 nen,"
his sole thought evidently was that the men committed to his charge should
be saved.

The TARRIlTGTOT1 was connanded by Lieutenant Comander Van der Veer,
U. S. ITavy, who, with rare judnent and persistent courage, did everything
possible to save the men in the water. 'Having picked up the lifeboat, he
searched for more boats, going as close to the .ELLI1TGTOI as he dared in
the darkness. le tried to hold the TELLITGTO1's lifeboat alongside,
but it was quickly swamped and had to be cut adrift; meanwhile a desperate
attempt was made to lower one of the destroyer's boats, but after two men
had barely escaped serious injury in the attempt, he saw it would be a
case of just so many more men in the water, The destroy yer ran close to
the TELLI:TGTOl0 and floated down three life rafts well lighted and all
available lifebuoys, all of them with lights. It was still very dark,
the proverbial "darkest hour just before the dawn." From a few hundred
yards to leeward he watched the black hulk turn turtle, slowly settle in
the water, and then disappear from sight. Then dawn broke finally, they
began to see men in the water, some on rafts and buoys, and some on pieces
of floating wreckage. Maneuvering carefully amidst the wreckage, life
rafts and buoys, they finally picked up eight men out of the water, one of
whorm died on board. One of the first men picked up proved to be Lieutenant
Brown, who had been in command of the volunteer crew. A heaving line had
been flung to him and he had grabbed it, but he said he did not remember
having been hauled on board. He apparently lost consciousness and his
identity was not discovered until he awoke, Three of the 7ARRI'TGTOiT's
crew were recommended for life-saving medals for having jumped from the
vessel into the heavy sea with lines made fast to their waists in attempting
to save life. Especially courageous was the action of seaman James 9.
Osborne of the Coast Guard, one of the survivors. Osborne supporting a
shipmate, Coxswain Peterson, swam to a small life-raft and placed Peterson,
who was in a semi-conscious condition, on the raft, holding him as well as
he could between his feet. Several times both 3sborne and his shipmate were
washed off the raft by the high seas, whereupon Osborne went to Petersonts
assistance and replaced him: on the raft. Finally Osborne semaphored from
his pitching raft, "I am all right, but he is gone unless you come right
away." The 7,1RIaIGTOl rescued then both,

Lieutenant Brown and eight men of the SELECA's volunteer crew were
saved, and Machinist Boyce and ten men were lost, besides five belonging
to the EL LIl:GTOi's crew, Lieutenant Brown's exposure resulted in a
severe attack of pneumonia from which he happily recovered,

But for the fact that the heavy gale and rough sea developed, Lieutenant
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and her cargo. Although they did not succeed in what they had so bravely
undertaken, they upheld to the fullest extent the high traditions of the
av~E and of the Coast Guard and set an example worthy of emulation.

A splendid example of intrepid conduct, rare good judgment, and
ability to assume responsibility and to act as the necessities of the
occasion require, even if such action be at variance with the prescribed
procedure, is that of Captain William J. Wheeler, U. S. Coast Guard,
commanding the Coast Guard cutter SEICA, upon the occasion of the rescue
of the survivors from E. M. S. COWSLIP.

On April 16, 1918, the SFTECA left Milford Haven, Wales, with a
convoy of merchant vessels, to escort the convoy to Gibraltar. After dark
on the night of April 23, the danger zone escort from Gibraltar, including
the British patrol sloop CO7SLIP, joined up with the convoy. At 2:45 a.m.
on April 28th the S3TECA heard a loud explosion and saw the COTSLIP display
distress signals. The SETECA immediately headed for the COWSLIP although
the latter vessel repeatedly flashed the signal "Stay away. Submarine in
sight port quarter." The SEI3CA circled the COUSLIP to a position on her
port quarter in search of the submarine, and the destroyer DALE also came
up and commenced to search for the enemy. iTow, the established doctrine
was that, when a vessel was torpedoed, another vessel in the vicinity
should by no means risk her own destruction by endeavoring to save the
survivors, but that such rescue should be considered as a secondary duty.
This is indicated by the gallant message sent out by the COWTSLIP's commander
to "Stay away." Captain Wheeler might, therefore, with entire propriety,
have limited his action to searching for the enemy submarine and to the
protection of his own ship from enemy attack, but no officer of the Coast
Guard could witness a disabled and sinking ship without making every effort
humanly possible to save her people. Three times the SENECA approached the
COWSLIP and stopped dead in the water to lower her own boat to take off the
survivors from the torpedoed British ship. One enlisted man and all the
wardroom officers of the COWSLIP, except the officer of the deck, had been
killed by the explosion. The SEECOA rescued all the survivors including
the commanding officer, another commissioned officer, and 79 enlisted men.
It will, of course, be appreciated that by stopping the SENECA to lower a
boat and pick up survivors on a dark night with an enemy submarine in close
proximity, Captain Wheeler subjected his ship to serious danger of destruct-
ions He rose to the unusual responsibility of the occasion and for his
courageous and meritorious act was commended by his squadron commander,
by Admiral Sits, and by the British admiral at GibrTltar.

Again, on June 29, 1918, the SiTECA ras acting as ocean escort to a
convoy bound from England to Gibraltar, when at 6:45 ..m., the British
steamer QUEJET, a part of the convoy, was torpeeded and sank in about five
minutes. As in the case of the COWSLIP, Captain Wheeler boldly approached
the QUSTE, dropping depth charges and placing shots in various places in
order to koep the submarine down. He then picked up the survivors of the
QUEEl. Captain Wheeler was again commended by his sq-.adron commander, by
Admiral Sims, and the British admiral for his action on this occasion.

At about 8:10 a.m., on December 6, 1917, while the Coast Guard cutter
.ORRILL was anchored in Dartmouth Cove off the city of Halifax, a violent
explosion was heard, followed in about five seconds by one of even greater
intensity in the vicinity of the Tavy dockyard in that city. A funnel-shaped








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gray cloud, streaked with flame, and assuming the appearance of a volcano
in violent eruption quickly arose and spread over the sky. Almost
i;nediately afterwards numerous fires were observed, assuming alarming
proportions. As a result of the explosion, the 1IORRILL seemed almost
lifted out of the water. Shortly after the explosion an object weighing
tons, resembling a ship's boiler, fell into the water about 200 yards
distant, having passed directly over the vessel. The MORRILL was badly
shaken up and two of her crew were injured.

Acting with promptness characteristic of the Service, the comrranding
officer of the MORRILL promptly dispatched a landing force equipped with
medicine, bandages, and other supplies, which proceeded forthwith to
the stricken city. The dangerous and arduous duty incident to this rescue
work was performed by the HOPRILL's landing force under the conrand of
Lieutenant H. G. Hemingway, U. S. Coast Guard, with conspicuous success
and brought forth commendation from all who observed it. In this great
disaster, as on so many other emergent occasions, the Coast Guard demon-
strated its ability to meet unusual conditions and to render effective
service.

During the war the managementt of the handling and loading of vast
quantities of explosives in the harbors of HTew York, Philadelphia, and
Norfolk was largely entrusted to officers and men of the Coast Guard, and
the efficiency of that supervision is attested by the fact that not a
single disastrous explosion occurred afloat in connection with this work.
The port of New York made a record in the handling of explosives which
is probably unique in the history of the world. Those who were not in
close touch with the situation did not realize the difficulties, the del-
icacy of the task, and could not appreciate the many obstacles that had to
be overcome in order that that great port should be thoroughly safeguarded.
During the period from December 13, 1917, to the end of the fiscal year
June 30, 1919, there was supervised at New York by officers and men of
the Coast Guard the handling of high explosives in bulk, shells loaded
with high explosives, smokeless powder, dynamite, a-rnunition, etc., aggre-
gating 345, 602 tons, In all, 1,698 vessels were loaded in effecting this
movement. Every state of the process of the handling was supervised by
the office of the Captain of the Port, Captain G, L. Carden, U. S. Coast
Guard. The total value of the explosives carried on the 1,698 vessels
was approximately $548,000,000. 7o accident occurred and not one life
was lost.

On the evening of October 4, 1918, a serious explosion occurred in the
loading plant of the T, A. Gillespie Comrrany-, at Horgan, Tew Jersey. This
plant was in no way under the supervision of the Captain of the Port whose
responsibility was limited to a:ermunition handled afloat. A company of
Coast Guard men, however, were on duty at Perth Amboy, 1i.J. The sound of
the first explosion had hardly died away before the commanding officer
of that company had commandeered automobiles and had started every man
to the scene of the disaster. This force was promptly augmented by add-
itional Coast Guard men belonging to the batallion under the conmand of
the Captain of the Portm and these men rendered valuable service of a
most dangerous character in picking up the dead and injured and removing
people from the zone of danger. The men were subjected to a terrific
barrage of flying steel and were compelled time and again to dodge behind
trees or to seek other shelter to avoid the flying missiles. One of the








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warrant officers reported that while talking to a man, that nan was
beheaded by a piece of flying steel, and one of the seamen reported that
another nan was killed by a piece of flying steel while talking to him.
Ordinary Seoaan, C. F. Bennett drove an automobile on trip after trip
throeuj a barrage of steel, narrowly escaping death tine and again in
carrying out the wounded and dead and in transferring sentries. A door
bas "lown off his car and the top of the car and one of the headlights
wore riddled by flying missiles. Thoro as a continuous rain of shell
fra-c.onts, the syi boing lighted up to the brightness of daylijt before
each blast, A Coast Guard force, under co:r.and of Lieutenant J. E. Stika,
U. S. C. G., while on patrol duty, moved a t--inload of nine cars loaded
with T.-'T., from the Gillespie grounds to a safe position. This Coast
Guard force, with the assitance of two soldiers, succeeded in straijht-
ening and laying pieces of rail so that the train niAht be moved, aLnd rith
Ordinary Soe-an J. Grymr-- s -sengineer, and Bugler c, F. Caveston as fire-
man, the train ;was run out of the yards. The work of the Coast Guard
officers and non on this occasion :as of the -.icist order a.. '- cs porformod
under circumstances of great peril.

It nay readily be appreciated that it was of the utmost ir-ortance
that the INavy Department should have, particularly on the Atlantic and
Gulf coasts, numrorous observation posts namnnd by copmotent and trustworthy
non who would ir.-odiatoly report the presence off the coast of enemy craft
and of vessels of a suspicious character that ni-ght be sighted. This
requirement was a-diirably not by the personnel of the Coast Guard stations.
There eCore on.tho Atlr.ntic "nd Gulf coasts 199 of those stations whose
crows :-iaintained a constant, alort -7tch front their observation to-wers
at all tines and patrolled the beach throuC- hours of darlkess and fog.
The Coast Guard communication lines w;re greatly irprovod, and extended
to all outlying lighthousos, with the result that practically every Coast
Guard station and liJ-t house on the coasts of the United States were
furnished telephone coaz-::unication. The Coast Guard communrication system
included sor-.e 125 submarino tolophono cablos, and for the repair and up-
1oop- of those important cables, a cableship ws detailed to, and operated
by, the Coast Guard. The efficient o-eration and naintanance of this
extensive co-munication system, lilning up practically all outlying
observation points along the coasts, involving as it did numerous engin-
ooring problems and careful supervision, was most adrmirably conducted by
the perso-nnl of the Coast Guard. The Coast Guard stations vero suitably
arned to repel any attemptod landing fom an onemy craft,

On the forenoon of July 21, 1918, the tug PERlH -ABOY with four
bargos in tow, was shelled by a Germ.ian sub-arino when throe miles oast
of Coast Guard Station 1io. 40, located at East Orleans, iass. The
sholling- was seen by the crow of the station. To them it meant prin-
arily that Akcrican vessels wcre in trouble. Their standards of duty
and the traditions of their Service roant one thing -bove all else, that,
seeing a ship in trouble, they should promptly proceed to her assistanco,
So, with apparently no consideration for their own safety or for the
self-evident fact that a defenseless life-saving boat rTi:-;t reasonably
be ex=octed to keep as far jaway from a Gor.an submarine firing: high
explosive shells as possible, Keeper Robert F. Pierce, ::ith his crow,
iacdiatoly launched their surfboat and. with the shelling still continuing,
procoedeo out to assist the tug and her tow. Before they reached the scene
the shellin-; had ccased. They not the crows of the tug and barges, twho








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had tklen to their boats and were proceeding to the shore aor .. Li..-. :
first-aid to one nan who had boon badly injured. Most corz.ondable and
highly t typical of the best traditions of the Coast Guard was the action
of these nmn from Coast Guard Station ITo. 40 in proceeding in their open;
unamned boat, without a noment's delay, toward vessels being shelled at the
time by an enemy submarine.

A very gallant action was that of the keeper and crew of Coast Guard
Station NIo. 179 at Chiccanaconico, !orth Carolina, in rescuing life under
extraordinary circumstances following the torpedoing by a German submarine
of the British tank steer i~I.ILO on Au-gust 16, 1918. At 4.30 p.m. On
that date the lookout at the station reported seeing a great mass of water
shoot up into the air, which seemed to cover the after portion of a steaemer
that was about seven miles front the station, and at the sane time a great
quantity of smoke arose from the steamer, whereupon fire was seen and heavy
explosions were heard. The crew of the station irnediately set out in their
power surfboat for the scene of the disaster. When about five miles off
shore they met one of the ship's boats with the captain and six nen in it,
who informed them that the ship was a British tank steamer and that she
had been torpedoed. It was learned that two other boats were in the vicinity
of the fire and that one was capsized and it was feared that all the crew
in that boat had perished in the flames that covered the sea. Keeper
John A. Midgett directed the captain where to go with his boat, warning him
under no circumstances to attempt to make a landing through the surf. Th.e
Coast Guard boat was then headed for the burning mass of wreckage and oil,
and on arrival the sea was found to be covered with burning oil and burning
gas for many hu~ted yards with two great masses of flames about 100 yards
apart. In between the two great flames, when the smoke would clear away
a little, a life-boat could be seen, bottom up, with six nen clinging to
it. Heavy seas washed over the boat. .he situation that confronted the
party of rescuers held possibilities of danger that miht well have daunted
stout hearts, but the moment called for action, and they resolutely made
their way in through the inferno of smoke, thrashing wreckage, and blazing
oil. By the utmost alertness and skill they evaded the perils of floating
debris, fire, and wave, and reached the upturned boat. Lifting the six
men on board as quickly as possible, the Coast Guard boat sought the safety
of clear water. The six survivors, all that were left of the 16 men.who
had tried to launch the first boat to leave the ship, told their rescuers
something of their harrowing experience in the water. It appears that all
hands found places to cling to their boat and that they were able to main-
tain their positions until the vessel blew up. After that moment, with the
deluge of blazing oil and flame-crested waves bearing down upon them, to
escape an agonizing death they were co-pelled to submerge as the blazing
walls of water and flame swept over them. Their efforts to protect them-
selves from the two elements fire and water quickly told upon their
strength, and when they could no longer keep up the struggle, there was no
alternative but to let go and drift away to the merciful unconsciousness
of death by drowning. Thus one by one they dropped off until only six of
the original sixteen remained.

After some search, the Coast Guard men found an-other boat from the
steamer containing 20 men which they took in tow and then proceeded toward
the beach. While they were yet two miles off the beach on their way in,
the wind freshened licking up a rough sea and turning the water inshore








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into a tumult of breaking waves. However, night was coming on and it
was deemed necessary to land. Keeper Midgett found the first boat from
the steamer, containing the captain, safely anchored and waiting for him.
With splendid seamanship Keeper. Midgett succeeded in safely landing all
the men from the MIRLO who were in the boats, 36 in all. This incident
added another to the long list of heroic deeds performed by the men of
the Coast Guard 'ho patrol the lonely beaches, ever alert to render aid,
no matter under what difficult conditions, to mariners in distress.

A fine example of the calibre of Coast Guard officers and of the
courage and high degree of seamanship that may be expected of them under
all circumstances is to be found in the gallant rescue by the U. S. S.
MARIETTA, corimanded by Captain E. G. Hamlet, U. S. Coast Guard, of the entire
crew of the U. S, S. JAiES under most difficult circumstances.

On the early morning of April 27, 1919, the MARIETTA, with the U. S. S.
TERESA, U. A. A. MacDOlIOUGH, and nine small vessels sailed from Brest
bound for Ha:pton Roads, Virginia. Of the nine small craft, one was the
U. S. S. RA.BLER, a converted yacht, and the others were wooden fish boats
that had been converb8d into, and had served as, mine-sweepers. Captain
Hamlet, commanding the MLARIETTA, was also in command of the entire convoy.
The weather at the time of sailing was favorable, but as the day wore on
the breeze gradually increased and a sea began to make up. At about 1 p.m.,
the RAiBLER broke out the "nan overboard' signal. The entire convoy re-
duced speed, and, as the RAPBLER had dropped lifebuoy and liferafts which
acted as markers, all ships began a search for the man. By this time a
strong wind was blowing with accompanying rain squalls. About half an hour
later, while searching for the man, the COURTNEY, one of the mine-sweepers,
reported that she was leading badly. She was ordered to make the best
of her way to Brest, and the McITEIL, another mine-sweeper, was ordered
to convoy her. As the weather was getting worse and a heavy sea was making
up rapidly, all the fish boats were ordered to return to Brest, the Mac
DOITOUGH and RAiBLER to convoy them, leaving the TERESA and the ARIETTA
to search for the man lost overboard. Shortly afterwards, word was re-
ceived that the McNEIL was in trouble, and one of the fish boats which were
then on the way to Brest, was ordered to assist her. Then word came that
the COURT"EY was sinking. The TRESA and MARIETTA were co.rpelled to abandon
the search for the man lost overboard from the IRAMBLR and to proceed to
the scene of the COURTIEY. The TERESA was ordered to go to windward of the
COURT'EY, make an oil slick, drift down on her, take off the crew, take
the derelict in tow, and proceed toward Brest. These orders were success-
fully carried out. Shortly afterward the DOUGLAS asked for a tow, and as the
COURT~EY was about gone, the TERESA dropped her and took the DOUGLAS in
tow. The MARIETTA then turned to stand by the COURT'EY and got to her just
in time to see her sinking at about 7:p.m. The MARIETTA circled the spot
where the COURT'EY sank, and there being nothing visible, proceeded to
the TERESA and found that the DOUGLAS was being abandoned, the TERESA taking
off her crew.

The serious straits in which this convoy found itself and the heavy
responsibility thrown upon the convoy cor-mmander may be imagined. So far
no lives had been lost, except in the case of the unfortunate man washed
from the bridge of the RAiBLER. Word now came that the JAMES was in








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trouble and wanted a tow, so the TERESA was ordered on to the assistance
of the JAMES, leaving the M4RTETTA standing by the DOUGLAS. Sue to the
weather and to the heavy sea, it. was impossible for the MARIETTA to take
the abandoned DOUGLAS in tow.'- Sh stood by the DOUGLAS until about 10:30
p.m., at which time the DOUGLA~iwas lost in a heavy rain squall and was never
sighted again. As has been stated, the DOUGLAS' crew had been taken off
by the TERESA.

After cruising in the vicinity, searching for the DOUGLAS until about
midnight, the..MARIETTA -proceeded to the vicinity of the JAMES. By this
time the wind was blowing almost hurricane force with a heavy sea and
hail and rain squally. Arriving near the JAMES, it was found that the
MacDONOUGE, together with a tug and two destroyers which had been sent
out from Brest to assist the convoy, were standing by the JAMES, and, at
daylight of the 28th, the tug got a line to the JAMES and started towing
her toward Brest, but the line soon parted. It was easily seen that the
JAMES could not float long; her fires had been put out early the evening
before by the rising water; her men were in an exhausted condition from
continuous bailing and were suffering from exposure. The MARIETTA is a
small gunboat with two engines of low power which at the time were none
too reliable on account of the condition of the ship's boilers, and one of her
tail shafts was cracked. In spite of all the difficulties confronting him,
Captain Hamlet determined at all hazards to take off the crew 6f the JAMES
and a line was thrown to the latter vessel. By means of this line one of
the JAES' life-rafts were hauled back and forth between the two ships,
On reaching the MARIETTA the men were hauled aboard from the raft in bow-
lines. By this arrangement and by the free use of oil, every officer and
man, 47 in all, was rescued from the nine-sweeper without even an injury.
The operation occupied nearly three hours, and throughout this time the
MARIETTA had to be kept in a most precarious position, a heavy gale blowing,
with the sea that accompanies such weather in the Bay of Biscay. Captain
Hamlet personally supervised this maneuver from the bridge of the MARIETTA
and displayed a degree of skillful seamanship seldome surpassed in the
annals of the Navy, the Coast Guard, or the merchant marine.

The activities of the Coast Guard Academy at New London, Conn., where
the line and engineer officers of the Coast Guard are educated for the
Service, were great y increased during the war, In addition to the cadet
course, a system of training for recruits enlisted in the Coast Guard was
established there. Commodious barracks were erected and facilities were
provided for the training of 500 enlisted men.. Hundreds of recruits were
given intensive training at the Academy and sent on board the cutters and
to other units of the Coast Guard. The 010~DAGA, not fit for general ser-
vice, was assigned to the Academy as a training ship and made short cruises
along the coast with the recruits. On account of the facilities for train-
ing available there, recruits sent to ships from the Coast Guard training
station were as well trained in practical seamanship work as those from any
other training station in the country, The caders were utilized in the
training work with great advantage to themselves in the development of that
important requisite in an officer, the ability to handle and drill enlisted
men.

The incidents that have been recorded herein of the work of the Coast
Guard in the Vorld War are only illustrations of the manner in which its
officers and men performed the varied duties that feel to them te do, The
motto of the Coast Guard is "Semper Paratus." Throughout the time of their










15 -

service as a part of the l>avy, which extended from the day war was
declared until Auiast 28, 1919, when, under an Executive Order of the
President they were returned to the jurisdiction of the Treasury Department,
each officer and man of the Coast Guard was found always ready for any duty,
or responsibility that might be laid upon him.


















11-






;- Selrvlo N m b r '
X." at RECRUITING STATION BULOW FLA,-. -
.9).1V.. X, .Date ,US COAST, GUARD
Age at Entrance YRS 4MOS SURFMAN "- 7
;.Home Address' SURFMAN
A county C Townu ; Lt
Served at *m '
""m To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION
S NO. 202 10 MOS 28 DAYS SURFMAN 10 MOS

2 DAYS





Remarks:






Place Ina Xe>~y UOW FLA Rating at care SURFMAN



Name DAMS-JAMES JENKINS Service Number
Enilste i
neX # at 1 RECRUIT Ni STATION BOSTON MASS Dat -"
,Age at ntr4nce .18 YRS 7 MOS Rate BOY 2 CLASS :6"13 US ST U0x
Home Address 829 THOMAS ST. brownn KEY WEST
SA s-F, County state FLA,
Serv From To Served as No. Days
COAST UUARD CUTTER
TAMPA YR 5 MO 20 DAYS CANSTEWARQ 1. YR 5 MOSs
*-" 0 DAYSt



S' 4 ... -'-" : 3 .'*:

*,_ ." '"
Remarks:
SKILLEOD-26-:18 WHEN CUTTER TAMPA WAS DESTROYED IN C AERIST N CHNEL
SUPPOSEDLY BY ENEMY TORP DO' NL
... .... ..,
Dat oD.c~e) 'O IIED 9-2618 '
Place in X3X. CO AST ,GUPQ0 CUTTER "TR natl..ng.. B sAar
C I- *STEVIARD







Name AGEE-ROBERT LEAI: .. Service Number
Enlisted .1 ".
S Eated at RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST FLA. oat 52917 US COAST GUARD-
Ago at Entrance 21 YRS 2 MOS Rate COAL HEAVER. f
Home Address' Town FORT LUDERDALE
S A County State FLA.
SServed at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD CUTTER
STAMPA 1 YR 3'MO, 27 DAYS COAL HEAVER 1 YR

2 MOS
24 DAYS
FIREMAN 1 MO
2 DAYS



Remarks:
KILLED 9"26-18 WHEN CUTTER TAMPA WAS DESTROYED IN THE BRISTOL CHANNEL
SUPPOSEDLY BY ENEMY TORPEDO



oae oDaiY DIED 9-26-18
Place InatJteoty .COAST GUARD CUTTER TAMP*~"' Ratlng .t Dischare.. FIREMAN




a- Name ANDERSON -" MATHIUS ervle Number U.S. COAST GUARD
S Enlisted "U
Enr)(cX .X" OOAST GUARD CUTTER TALLAP0OGA -2-16 U.S.
S Age t Entrance 21 YRS Rate SEAMIAN -2-K'X( :.
Home Address Town KEY WEST
A County State FLA.
Served at From Te o Servvd as No. Days


COAST GUARD CUTTER v COAL HEAVER 3 MOS. 25
STALLAPOOSA 1 YR 7 MOS 6 DAYS DAYS
F.7 FIREMAN i MOS.

; OILER 2 CLASS-A, 3 MOS
OILER 2 CLASS 6 MO
OILER 1 CLASS-A. 1 MO, 11
marksk: DA Y8






Date D ueeharge
Place Inactive Duty -sea Ratlng at Discharge
** --- <. 1
* S. ** *<






Name ATWELL DAN Service Number US COAST GUARD
Enlisted
TeX at RECRUITING STATION PENSACOLA FLA, .
a nr# X o Date 1'- .17
Age atEntrance 19 YRS 8 MO, Rate SURFMAN u.: IK xX
Hme *Addr.ss Town PENSACOLA ;
: .E E,'y PENSACOLA HEIGHTS tat FLA,
,Served at From To Served as No. Days

US COAST GUARD
STATION 212 1 YRS 1 MO 23 DAYS SURFMAN YR 1 MO

23 DAYS




Remarks: ;
L I LH!"




Date Discharge 2-2"19 PENSACOLA FLA SURFMAN
place In vX y $h45 Rating at Discharge






,sted.AKER WI LIAM LEONIDUS Service Number US. COAST GUARD
Enr)1XXt RECRUITING STATION SEWALLS POINT FL k 4-20-17 u
Age at Entrance Rate f
^A ^ :5 enra 32-YRS 7 MO. O"t* SU RF MAN x
H* m Address 2 RS 7 MO. .Rae S Town STUART ...
S.. County State A
L'' Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION

S207. 1 YRS6 M)S 21 DAYS SURFMAN .1YR6 MOS
21 DAYS




S.Remarks:





Di"hg 5326-21 SEWALLS POINT FLA. SURFMAN
Place r eXs Rating at l schfargse i 4 :






Nam, BARR- CHARLIE HOWARD service Number U S COAST GUARQ D
stEnlted RECRUITING STATION- BULOW-E'
nrMX DateD6-18-18 N
go ,t Entranc. 18 YRS 2 MOS. -Rae SURFMAN i
iome Address Town BUNNELL
~jFLA
SCounty State FL
Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION -
NO, 202 4 MOS, 23 DAYS SURFMAN 4 OS 23
SDAY





S Remarks:





Date Discharge 6~ 2-
Place )Xih)XXtXX BULOW F.LA, ,-' Rating at Discharge SURFMAN

-


.. .'Esa~,- L,'IS snertu.t USmb COAST GUARD:
S-;.RECalRITING STATION KEY WEST FLA. 73. "
at" *r 'nr 7 yRS. 7" MOS s BOY 1ST CLASS u. s .t P.
Hmne Addrss .
SA.res. 404 EATON ST. Town KEY WEST
County tateN.
.Srved at From To Servd a No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTER
BOY 1ST CLASS 1 YR
SENECAI: 1 YR. 3 MOS.
3; MOS* 18 DAYS DAYS







-. ,. ; -, .
Remarks:




/ .. BOY 1ST CLASS
d a. Oichar. 623.-19 BALTIMORE MD. .
Place Iha X 4 .4 ,, Rating at Dlscharge
S ; ; -',





Name. BENNET ARCHIE JESTINE Service Number U., COAST GUARD
Enied at RECRUITING STATION BULOW FLA,
nrn) Datae 5-1-
Ag. at Entrance, 19 YRS. 7 MOS Rate SURFMAN. :tU: S F.
Home Address -- Town ORMOND
County State FLA*
Served at From To SJrved As No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION SURFMAN 1 YR.
NO. 202 1 YR. 6 MOS.
6 MOS, 10 DAYS 10 PAYS






Remarks:




SURFMAN .
Date Discharge 12-.548 BULOW FLA.
Place 4(X8Y ;Rating at Discharge






Name "BENNETT JOSHUA CHARLTON Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
Enre *t RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA, De .
Home Address ,
*-County tate LAKELAND
B Served at From To FL%6.d as No. Days 1

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TALLAPOOSA 5 MOS 20 DAYS ORDINARY SEAMAN:. 5 MOS '

20 DAYS$





Remarks: .





Date Discharge 3528-18 KEY WEST FLA ORDINARY SEAMAN
Place if(lCx uty 4-: RatIng at Discharge






Name BETHEA CHARLES HERBERT ,service Number U. COAST GUARD
En sta et RECRUCitiANG STATION TITUSVILLE FLA. De 4-23-1 USN

Age t Entrance 22 YRS .MO Rate SURFMAN
Home Address Town T TUSV I LLE
8 County I State
served at County From To Ser No. Days
.rved at ..

"COAST GUARD ,
$ STATION 204 1 YR SURFMAN 1 YR-







Remarks:






Place inaXXS XX TITUSVILLE FLA. Rating at Discharge SURFMAN









Age at Entrance 20 YRS 1 MO Rate SURFMAN
Home Address Town ZOLFO
sCounty4il 5. State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Day
















Date Dlischarge 5-5-19
COAST GURT PIERCE FL.RD M C
STATION 206 3 MO 25 DAYS 8URFMAN 3 MO 25 DAY8l








Remarks .,






Pae, FORT PIERCE FLA* RD|a-ka. StfF..





Name BETHEL HAROLD MALONEY Service Number U.S COAST GUARD
Enlisted
Enrolled t RECRUITING STATION ,KEY WEST FL4t. 4-19-17 u.s..
^ AgeJtranOe 19 YRS 6 MO R' at ORD I NARY SEAMAN uX P,
HomeAddr 1107 GR IMELL- ST. own KEY WEST XXX
County State
Served at From To e d Is No. Days

S COAST GUARD ORDINARY SEAMAN 8 MO 12 DAYS
CUTTER TAMPA 4 MO 20 DAYS SEAMAN 4- MO 13 DAY;
COAST GUARD
CUTTER TALLAPOOSA 8 MO 5 'DAYS .




Remarks:





Date Discharge 5-14-18
Place 'XX X)XX SOUTH BALT I MORE MD. -" Rating at Plharge SEAMAN
xxxxxx ,
XXXXXX .. ........ .. .....





Name BORLAND-LAWRENCE NELSON Series Number U,.S COAST: UARD
*.. At :RECRUITING STATION FORT PIERCE FbI. 71 u.s .N.
Age at Entrance 20 YRS 3 MOS, Rate SURFMAN .F uX ,/R(X
Home Address ---- Town FORT PIERCE.
A County Stat FLA,
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
206 ~ YR. SURFMAN .' YR







S Remark: '
:"". '' ; : .. .. :' 1 "* ,-* "" :





Date Dscharge 4- 8 "
Place -64 Ratt FORT PIERCaE FLAD. -4 Ratng at Dlscharge SUR
tFORT P I ERCE FLA. r "* R




........ 1 .. ..... .-. V* I. . .

7 NamS BELL- EALE CLARK Service Number U.S, COAST GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. Ot 4-7-17
Age at Entrance 22 YRS. 11 MOS. Rate BOY IST CLASS -U:A "KX
Home Address Town DOVER
County State FLA.
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 1 YRS. BOY 1ST CLASS 3 MOS,.
5 MOS. 19 DAYS. 24 DAYS.,
ORDINARY SEAMAN 8 MOS.
SEAMAN 4 MOS.
A. ASSISTANT
MASTER AT ARMS 1 MO0
Rmor k 2, DAYS
Remarks; :

KILLED 9-26-18 WHEN.UTTER TAMPA WAS DESTROYED IN THE BRISTOL
CHANNEL SUPPOSEDLY BY ENEMY TORPEDO.
S .2- ,
Date XKK)*K DIED 9.26-18 U.S.S. TAMPA A-ASSJSTANT MASTER AT ARMS
Place X BRISTOL CHANN EL Rating t Discharge




Name BEVINS ALGY KNOX Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enltd at RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA.
En.xiIdxx Date 4-18-17 U. S.N. N
Age at Entrance 21 YRS 8 MO Rate COALHEAVER y hW.X
Home Address .. own DAVENPORT
County State
Served at From To S rWdIs No. Days
COAST GUARD
CUTTER TAMPA 1 YR 5 MO 18 DAYS COALHEAVER 23 DAYS
FIREMAN 4MO 15 DYS
WATER TENDER-A- 3 MO
WATER TENDER 9 MO 10 DAY1



Remarks: KILLED 9-26-18,WHEN THE COAST GUARD CUTTER TAMPA WAS
DESTROYED IN THE BRISTOL CANAL SUPPOSEDLY BY tNEMY TORPEDO,



DIED -
*ac* 'fth XKXX 9-26-1 a
Pliae I*x9,nXxx 6---- Rating at Discharge WATER TENDER







Name BEVINS ARTHUR LEE Service Number U.S.,COAST GUARD
En"istd a RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. 1.8-17
Enrolled U. S. N. .
Age at Entrance 24 YRS 5 MO Rate COALHEAVEH 'X*'"
Home Address Town. DAVENPORT
8 County stae FLA,
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD
CUTTER TAMPA 1 YRS 5 MO 18 DAYS COALHEAVER 23 DAYS
FIREMAN 1 YRS 4 MU
;25 DAYS



I
Remarks: KILLED 9-26-18 WNEN TH CUTTER TAMPA wAS UtTROYt

THE BRISTOL CHANNEL- SUPPOSEDLY-BY ENEMY TORPEDO- -



DIED -
Date DIsXaXX 9-26-18
Place Inactive Duty r--a" Rating at Discharge F I REMAN



Name 60ZEMAN-W ILLI AM RICHARD Service Number U ,S COAST GUARD
Enlisted -1
En)i I -- Date 12-4-16 U.S.N.
Age at Entranc 27 YRS 10 MOS. Rate COAL HEAVER u.x,(kR-A.
Home Address BOX 61 BAY SHORE BLVD. Town TAMPA
A County State FLA,
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA '1 YR 5 M(S 20 DAYS FIREMAN 7 DAYS
WATER TENDER-A. 3 MOS,
.WATER TENDER. 2 MOS:3
:: DAYS
OILER 2 CLASS-A 3 MOS.
OILER 2 CLASS 7 MOS 15
S.'DAYS
Remarks: ACHN
MACHINIST. 1
CLASS-A 1 MO 25 I
DAYS
KILLED 9-26-18 WHEN CUTTER TAMPA WAS DESTROYED IN BRISTOL :
CHANNEL SUPPOSEDLY BY AN ENEMY TORPEDO
Date oDIxx '.DED-9-26-18 MACHINIST 1 CLASS
Place "In'XaX COAST GUARD CUTTER TAMPA -W Rating at Discharge. ,






















Name. OQZEMAN-LEQNARD RICHARDSON Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enllsted
at - --r- ----- --- '-r D 6i
EaXro. .... Dat -te 17 us.N.
Age atEntrance 22 YRS 8 MVOS. Rate BOY 1 CLASS T'; m.AX.'
HomeAddres 113 W. PALM AVE. "ow" TAMPA
A. County S"'tate FLA, ..
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST UUARD CUTTER. .
TAMPA 1 -YR 5 ;v.CS. 25 DAYS BOY 1 CLASS L,1Q.

.. ORDINARY SEAMAN 9 MOS.
S. C A!SCAMAN 5 'AOS 25
S'DAYS


Remarks: '

KILLED 9r26-18 WHEN CUTTER TAMPA WAS DESTROYED IN THE BRISTOL CHANNEL
SUPPOSEDLY BY AN ENEMY TORPEDO ..

COAST UARD CUTTER.T MAN
oaft K DIED 9-26-18 "R *, ..
Place ,nac9wxuty COAST GUARD CUTTER.-TAM R.t Dacb.ge SEAMAli .





Name BRUHNN WILLIAM servicCXX U S COAST GUARD
'nIX)EX ENLISTED RECRUITING STATION NEW YORK :N'j' Y !
SDate 6-27-17 U. S. N.
Age at Entrande' 24 YRS Rate COAL HEAVER X x''
Home Addess 213 12TH ST Town
C County State
Served at From To Served as No. Days'


COAST GUARD CUTTER YR, MACHINIST MATE
GUIE4) 1 CLASS A- MOS

.MACHINIST MATE :

1 CLASS 9'' MOS

Remarks: .




S'* i-6: X N.|1 8" CMACH I NIST MATE 1
Pla' P"e l'x )P' XX :' NEW Y ORk' N. Y. 4-6"1M Rating at Disc hag
Y CLASS

*C L A E S


SNme BUDD DANIEl- .. sea)X U. S.CO AT 6URD
nhlsted t RECRUITING STATION FORT PIERCE FLA. .
E-AoXXX Date 6-22-18 us
Ag. at Entrance 21YRS 9 MOS. Rate SURFMAN.* ; ;: P
Home Addres Town ZOLFO
County State FL Ai'
Serve at From To Served a. No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION 4 MOS.
SUHFMAN' 4 MOS. 19
S206 19 DAYS. ,
DAYS





Remarks ,
S. .. : r : .



Date Discharge 7-9-19
Plac7 '"W(?XX FORT PIERCE FLA. *nat DchSURFMAN. ,
m,= ,.)X.RX. XX FORT I? I ERCE FLA. R'Ig. '":






Name BURR- CHARLES service Number UIS.COAST GUARD
E. ,^ XIa RECRUITING STATION- KEYWEST FLA D atAS
E" Y (X. F Date 5-20-10
Age at Entrance. 29 YRS 9 MOS Rate ORD NARY 8 EAMAN LONDON x
Home Addressi To ,wn LONDON
County Sta to ENGLAND
S Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD CUTTER

S ,ALGONQUIN 1 YR 7 MOS 6 DAYS SEAPhAN 1 YR 7 MOS.

SDAYS




Remarks;
. .: : .. 1




10 -9- 19
Date Discharge .
Place NCK* KEY WEST. FLA, Ratingat schargEAMAN







F .

Home AddresB at time of enlitnent for period of wa .o:

London, England.-

Born, Augiat L14, 1880, at Lon ,on' England.





r A
,a/

.,:.:. /

/


/:







Name BURGER HAROLD CHESTNEY Service NXXX U S COAST GUARD
S Enlited at RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA oat, 5-4117 U.S.N.
EnrofEt % 1 U. S, N.
Sat Entrano. 16 YRS 6 MOS Rate BOY 2 CLASS oyn.X.T
'Hom.,Addr*t 1515 1/2 7TH AVE Town TAMPA
Co*u n ty State FLA ,
C Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER 1 YR BOY 2 CLASS 5 MOS 17.I

TALLAPOOSA 0 DAYS

: /. : BOY 1 CLASS 6 MOS 13
DAYS



Remarks. '
1 .




Date Dlschare 5-13-1& BOY 1 CLASS-.
Siece Ir>(. )a(wXXX SOUTH BALT I IMORE MD t"-" Rating at Discharge
I_ _-



Name CARTEk- WALTER BYAM service NumtAs.S, COAST GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION- TITUSVIL.LE FLA,
M Dat 4 29-18 U. s. N.'
Age at Entrance 22 YRS 5 MOS, Rate SURFMAN .: lg gx
Home Addre Town GEORGI ANA.
F C:onunty State FLA .
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION NO. -
204 -6 MOS. 12 DAYS SURFMAN 6 MOS.12
DAYS




Remarks '





Date Discharge(, 47-19.
Place p XiW y F TITUSVI LLE FLA. R-atnglscharg r SURFMAN






s. m Nme., QARDOVAA RICHARD EDWARD' service NImberU, S COAST, GUARD '
SEnlisted RECRUITING STATION:-TMPA FLA'
EnrIX* Date 6* 17 U N
Age at Entranoe 24 RS 7 MOS i0:BOY, ST CLASS XX
e Home Address Town
S' county Sta
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
'TAMPA. Y1t 5 M S. 18 DAYS BOY 1ST CLASS 24
ORDINARY SEAMAN 9 MOS,
SEAMAN 7 MOS, 24
DAYS


Remarks; .

DROWNED- FOREIGN WATERS SINKING OF OOAST GUARD CUTTER TAMPA 9-26-18:'*6







- t.- --rme- "_________. __ _i ,
oato oj(X^( XO CED- 9-26-18
e Pace I^X'(XX COAST GUARD CUTTER 'TAM a Rating at Dicharg SEAMAN






Home address at time of enlitment :

(Had no home address at .time of enliatmeit)

Was bor o on August 19' 1892, at Key West, Florida.

SNext of kin given as his brother, Ur. j. J. Cordova, Key West, Fla.


i. \* `



'* '* '* ; ", ^ '-'": ; .' ;' "** '' .

















Name CARMI1 CHAEL- HERMAN service Number -U.S. COAST GUARD
Eted ,RECRUITING STATION- TAMPA BAY-FLA
Enr"iWX Date 3-13-7 U. S. N.
Age .tEntrance 17 YRS. 5 MOS Rate BOY 2ND CLASS U.X.XKXXX
Home Address 1603 LEMAR AVE. Town 'TAMPA .
County State FLA.
H Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
-TAMPA 1 YR 5 MOS 20 DAYS BOY 2ND CLASS 8 MOS
25 DAYS


BOY 1 CLASS 8 MOS
25 DAYS

* 't
Remarks:
KILLED- 9-26-18 -WHEN CUTTER-'TAMVPA" WAS DESTROYED IN THE
BRISTOL CHANNEL

DIE
0 01 E
Dae . DXiX 9-26-16 BOY 1ST CLASS
Place ln"4)R.KX COAST GUXCARD CU.TTER- 4-M Rting at Dichg.
TAMBA .






N.m. CHILDS- LUTHER service Numbee,. COAST GUARD
in. td RECRUITING STATION MP IAMI BEACH FLA.8 1
At Pote .3-18a
A, e at Entrance 34 YRS 3 MOS, Rate COOK LEMON CITY -'
Home Addres. Town LEMON ITY
SCounty State FLA, .
Served at From .To Served'as : No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO. 209 3 MOS.. DAYS COOK 3 MOS.8
DAY S




Remarks:
: : j + .

1 ., .

S ate Dlcharge 2-29-20- COOK I
Pla. is9 ce+yYG GAL V ESTON TEXAS 4- Rating at Dschlearge




Name CLARK -*RENVILL ARTHUR : vice Number: U.S, COAST GUARD
Enolstd at RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST FLA, Doe ,
EnrlY 17- 7 U. S. N.
Age at entrnce 22 YRS. 5 MOS. Rate SOY i CLASS ,.-.
Home AddresTow KEY WE$T
,. HomAddre. 808 ELIZABETH ST. '
County State FLA
Served at From: To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER ,BOY CLASS 1 YR 3 MOS
S SENECA 1 YR 3 MO 24 DAYS 24 DAYS






Remarks: i II,




S80Y CLASS
Dat e ***** 6-Ds199
n D-t MIM DRating at Discharge
p t BALTIMORE.MD.,






Name COBB- QUI NN : service Numbr U.e S COAST GUARD'
Enliited '
E^^Nx^ ,XR *l ,.t5-4-l6 U S N.
Ag. at Entrance 22 YRS 5 MOS Rate SEAvMN ."EiNuS
Home Addre,, 504- WEST GOVERNMENT ST Town PENSACOLA .
County State F4LAs ', ,
Served at From Te .." erved a No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER .
PENROSE 1 YR 7 0S.6 DAYS Fl REMAIN YR 7 MOS-
6 DAYS




Remar ks: .





Oate Discharge 5-3-19
Place $ @~X PENSACOLA .FLA -' Ra, ats Dcarg= FI REMAIN

f,-



Name COCHRAN- MAURICE SAMUEL service Number U., COAST GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. .
enX "' oatf-4-V.S.47 .
Age at Entrance 2 YRS Rate FIREMAN X
Home Addres.. 1529 WHITE STREET Town KEY WEST
' F County State FL A,
Served at From T7 Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER /
TALLAPOOSA' :- YR, DAYS : FI REMAN.. 9MOSi 27

DAYS
.'WATER TENDER :: MOS. 5
-DAYS

Remarks:





Oat. Dischargs 56-18 S
". a XXeXX BALTI MO RE .MD -*Ratg at DtiscUarf WATER TENDER A.





Name..' COFFIN EUGENE AUGUSTUS Service NuAber U. COAST GUARD
EnXtXcX G UX
Enr((XX COMMISSIONED oat 1-14-10 xYXX
Agen tEntrane MOSR.t 3RD. LIEUTENANT u.XXaX.Xkxx
0.: 21 YRS, 10 MOS9
Home Addrpss Town PENSACOLA
County tate FLA ,
A Served at From To Served as No. Days


NAVAL AIR STATION .
PENSACOLA FLA. 8 MOS. 7 DAYS 2N LIETENANT 1 YR 2 MOS
: NAVAL AIR STATION
MON7AUK N.Y. 8 MOS. 22 DAYS CAPTAIN 4 MOS. 11
NAVAL AIR StATION .- DAYS
ROCKAWAY BEACH N.Y. 2 MOS, 7 DAYS ...

Remarks: '





Date Discharge .
Place Inactive Duty 4-- a Rating at Discharge

. .... .. ...... .-..... ... ,___ --.- .---


Name CONE HARRY servic(x KXX U S COAST GUARD
Enllted RECRUITING STATION JACKSONVILLE FLA
EnrX4XX)t Date 6-14-18 u.s. N.
Age at Entrane. 18 YRS 11 MOS Rate SURFMAN XXXXX"
S Home Addiesi Town ORMONI
County State FLA
C SIr.da at From To Serva s No. Das

S COAST GUARD STATION
r 4 MOS 27
DAY.DAYS





Remarks;
SM S URFMAN :R L4SURF MOS MAN27





ace ,XXXX MOULTEVILL 2-28- 9 .C .tng at Ds R
I r ic. P *'"'VXK XXXX MOULTRIEVILLE S C R-tn R gat DischargeU .
r, -





















Name. QGNNELL- WALTER RANDOLPH Service Number
Enlisted U.S.COAST GUARD
EnaRECRUIlXNG STATION- TAMPA FLA. D 5-4-17
EWXDtX ate U. S- N.
Ago at Entrance 18 YRS 4 MOS Rate BOY 2 CLASS U.S XN.XXX).
Home Address. HENRY & NEBRASKA AVES. Tow PA
County State FLA.
H Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 1 YR 4 MOS 22 DAYS BOY 2 CLASS 7 MOS

S' 27 DAYS
BOY 1 CLASS 8 MO -:-
S. 25 DA'YS
,
Remarks:

DROWNED- FOREIGN WATERS- SINKING OF'TAMPA'- 9-26-18


S DIED BOY 1 CLASS
Dat. DYecXl9 9-26-18 '. *;
Place WX 'XXX'X COAST GUARD .CUTTER- R M l-- Rating atDischarge
TAMPA j




rch---- -'r'I' -.. .. .. . ..-. ...-. .-.-. ..m. ..- .-.'.-.- .-,,- --- -- -.,

Nam. CREWS-THOMAS WATSON 'servl Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted : .
Enr4 o at RFCR lITl JU STATION FORT PIERCE FL ,. :9. IQ. O2;
AC I.adEnrane. YRS 10 MOS. Rate SURFMAN s X F.
Home Address x TXo NX -
AwCounty Tw ZOLFO, .
: ".. A 'County State FLA;' '. "
Served at From T o Served as No. Days
COAST UUARD STATION *
206 1 YR 1 MO 29 DAYS SURFMAN 1 YR 1 MO

Z 2 r .29 D'Y S






Remarks

1 1 ** *-. *,



Date Discharge 2 17-19
Piae Int(9~W FORT PI ERCE FLA, Ratln oat Discharge SURFM A



,. .....-..- ---,-. ----.. '-, ...--.--

Name DAVIS- EDWARD LEWIS S S.ervice Number .' .. "A
Enlisted fCOAT GUARD
E ,.tod ECGRUf TING STATION- FORT. ERCE
E*q'(X dat Ye' OFLAN", 4-" 7 : L
Age at Entrance 25 YR i MO Rate ,SURFMAN .
; -.,*>' I 'f Home Address .- n W LUC'E
SCounty s tate FLA .
SH Served at From To Seravd aa No. Days



COAST GUARD STATION
S20 1 YR 6 MOS 24 DAYS SURFMAN 1 YR 6 MO
24 DAYS




Remarks;
,' .. : : : .'"I' "





S.U' RFMAN
Date Discharge 9 l8-19
Place I*X)((XXX FORT P E.RCdE .FLA' 4-54" Ratis at Discharge

^ .. l "\ ;* '' '* i '. '.. '* ,' *'^






Nam. DITTO- CECIL LOVELACE srvlc. NuLber U..S COAST GUARD
En.lted RECRUITING STATION BALTIMORE MD.
EnXK Date, 1*O U. S. N.
Age at Entrance 21 YRS 2 MOS. Rate COALC HEAVER xXMXX<
Home Address 55 MAIN .STREET Town OCALA
4* F County ... st"t FLA.
Served at .From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER COAL HEAVER 9 MOS.25
DAY
'COLFAX YR 1 MO 8 DAYS FIREMAN 2 MOS
OLER 2_CLASS.A 3 MOS
COAST GUARD CUTTER
" "" OILER 2 CLASS'. 4 .MOS.10
TALLAPOOSA 5 MOS. 27 DAYS O R 2 4DAYS


Remarks;





Date Dlcharge 1 9 i O R |A
a-ce lnXi Xl*X O( NEW YORK NYi Rating at Dlscharge 01 LER 2 CLASS



Prr*
*. e '

Name DAVISON- FREDERICK LOUIS Service Nbumr U.S.OAST GUARD
Xnd RECRUITING STATION- BULOW FLA Date 7-.8-18, U..N.
geatEntrance 23 YRS 5 MOS Rat.COOK "" "F'
.. ...rdwo ORMQOND
Home Address -
County StFe FLA.
H Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION
202 3 MOS 23 DAYS C00 3V 3. MOS
S23; DAYS



S'Remark:




;5-1-19 'COOK
Date Discharge 'C
Space na-*KWx BULOW: .FLA.. Pating at Dischar I go






Name DUNCAN GEORGE WASHINGTON S: service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
Err'XX RECRUITING STATION VERO FLA. Date 4 18- 17
Ae at Encrance 22 YRS 5 MOS ate SURFMAN .X F
Home Address Ton MlRIANA
E County -... State
E Served at To FLA"
ervdFrom To 'Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION

2056 MOS 2 DAYS URFMAN 6 MO 23

.:i : ], *:V 1': DAYS



Remarks:





Date Discharge 3- 1719 VERO FLAO. SURFMAN
place X kXX) uty '-' 'a at Discharge .





Name DOWNING WILLIAM WALL CE s CO GUARD
nlsted .RECRUITING STATION MOBILE ALA : I COAST GUARD ..
a EnA Ag. atentrance 211YRS 3 MOS .Rat SEAMAN X"U~
Hqme Addre own FORT. MYERS: '
C .County State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
STALLAPOOSA". 11 mO ELEC TICIAN -3C CASS 6:MOS



20 DAYS i


Remarks:





oa" D.' '- 3-16-18 ELECTRTC AN AN 2.
P ac* '" X KXXX CR I STOBAL CANAL ZONE- R t. ..CLASS -A- C
--' :nt k : ': : .'; '/ : .. ''*




1- -* >* <. -. .> S. 5- f t*. -


Name EDWARDS- EBENEZER s' service Nurnb4S S,' COAST .GUARD -
Eniised At RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST, FLA.
EwP9Q1X Date 7-/23.-17
AgeatEnuans. 20 YRRS a7 MOS. Rate BOY 1 CLASS:,. .
e0 na' ." : Town KEY WEST ..
Home Aa reas 760 ELIZABETH STREET Town KE WEST
F County St '
Served at From To Served as No. Days

CuAST GUARD CUTTER
SENECA 1 YR 3 MOS 18 DAYS : .YR MO
BOY 1 CLASS ," 1 YR 3 MOS
.- I18 DAYS'







'^ .. .


: at, Dchearge -11-20-18 BOY 1ST CLASS
Place X RW DETROI T MI CH Rating at Discharge

.. .. ... .n .- *


Namo EMERSON EARL. ENNIS Service Number U S COAST GUARD
Enlisted C GUARD,
nI,XXat RECRUITING .STATION VERO FLA. Date. 6-71 .'
A,3 at Entran 0 YRS 97' MO, SURFMAN xx
Home Address SU RFMN ER
SCounty, State VERO
E Served at From To S' a e d s No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION '

-"205 .. 4 MOS 24 DAYS SURFMAN ?: MOS 24 DAYS





Remarks:





Dot. Dich 2*'10-19 VERO FLA. SURFMAN
Place 1 *- Rati;g rt. Dischare







Nam.e EMERSON ALBERT CEC.IL. : svc.Nmbr US. CAST GUARD
EnXXaXX" RECRUITING STATION NEW YORK N;Y. oat. 12-15-16 U.S.N.
Age at Entrance Rate BO 2 CL
Home Address 18 YRS 10 MO. BOY 2 CLASS X.*RX
Town
318 FjjrTON ST. TAMPA
F Served at From ,To I as No. Days


COAST GUARD CUTTER --

TAMPA' 1 YR 5 MO 20 DAYS BOY 2 CLASS 7 MOS 25 DAYS

BOY 1 CLASS 10 MOS 10 DAY



Rerk. DROWNED FOREI N WATERS LINKING OF TAMPA 9-26-18





Date sfK DIED 9-26-18- TAMPA
Place I X -. Rating at D!scharge BOY 1 CLASS




'.7,. ,,,
Name EVANS ROBERT WILKERSON Service Number U.,S. COAST GUARD
S Enlisted
-. EniM Xt I RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST FLA. Date 7-19-17
U. S. N.
SAgetEntranoe. 40 YRS Rate CABIN SiLtwAND u.X'XXX
Home Addre. 709 PAULINE ST. Tow" KEY WEST
S' County State
E Served at From To serve .. No. Days

S COAST GUARD CUTTER

SENECA 1YRS.4 MO 22 DAYS CABIN STEWARD YR 4 MO
22 DAYS





Remarks:


". 2 "


Date Discharge
1. .3asW_. 2-19-20 COAST GUARD CUTTER SENEA CABIN STEWARD :
Place XX_ 4""64" sNting a ..t Discharge .. *:: ..-
---- q-5.






F~-4r-.--,**- -- -- -
-. '.im ALONE rBENN IE' Se.:' rvc ::e U.S. COAST GUARD"'
tnflsted -
r n- ,Xa RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. 2817 ...
;.r.-. '*c., 17 YRS 1 MO. BOY 2 CLASS ---~ -"'XX
Ho-. Addr.. 207 3/ 2 WEST FORTUNE ST. -,T" AMPA"
C ounty St ate
E Served at From ToF, 8 ., No. aay.


S COAST GUARD' CUTTER

S TAMPA ',. .3-MOS .24 DAYS BOY 2 CLASS 3 MO 24 .
DAY S












Place X 4- Rating at -ibehar





Name FELTON- WILLIAM LEONARD Service Number
End RECRUITING STATION DRY TORTUGAS FLA 42 US COT GUAR



"D County -.. state FLA,
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD CUTTER
Ag" a nRaem Rate


















S TAMPA 5 M0O 1 4 DAYSWES BOY 2


ORDINARY SEAMAN M25 DAYS
S. '












Remarks:

DROWNED FOREIGN WTERA SINKING OF COAST GUAAR.DUTTER TAMPK 9-' 6-18


DIED -
a n 8 ORDIN ARY SEAMAN X.
DR Co Rating at as are.





erei CRoOAS FUom TUTo TArMPA N


Place GrUAeRD COAST GUN D UTERR TAMPA OFn aOS t Discharge



Rm1







Name FORBES EDWARD ARTHUR x X COAST GUARD
narte/d RECRUITING STATION FORT LAUDERDALL FLA '; :
S ErXKXX Dat e 8-6"17'
Age at Entrano 26 YRS 8 MOS Rate SURFMAN 'u. F.
Home Addr,- Town RITTA .
C county PALM BEACH .S.ate FLA
C Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION 1 YR SURFMAN 1 YR
NO 208






Remarkil
i ,




te Discharge 8-5-18 SURFAN
Place InactIX XXXX FORT LAUDERDALE FLA -4- Rating It Dlschare

__.-4....: -_,________



Name FREEMAN- GEORGE LEWIS Service Number
E Re -r U.,, COAST GUARD
Enli.tFd tECRUITING STATIONI/MIAMI BEACH- FLA. ., :
EnroX aDate-21-18 S.N.
Age at Entrance 24 YRS 6 MOS RateSURFMAN
Home Address Town L TTLERI VER
SCounty. state FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION.
S NO- 209 4 MOS 20 DAYS URFMAN 4MOS
20 DAYS


, I


Remarks:





Date Discharge -24-19 SURFMAN
Place inarXXX X MI AMI BEACH FLA. 4'-4s Rating lt Discharge
' ** / ; *' ,' "





^ ,, FROMBEKGER- HENRY, SPENCER
Name FrOtMEHtER- 11ENRY SPENCER ServiceNumber Ud.COAST GUARD
Enlisted F '
Enis ted atRECRUITING STATION" VERO FLA. D : U
FnrQk Age at Entrance 21 YRS 2 MOS Rate SURFMAN -. u^m ^F
Home Address ... Town DAYTONA
County state FLA4,
SServed at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
SURFMAN 1 YR- 6 MOS
NO- 205 9 MOS 24 DAYS URFMANR-

23 0 AY$
COAST GUARD ACADEMY 2 MOS 12 DAYS .
COAST GUARD STATION
NO- 205 6 MOS 17 DAYS


1 . ** '* i ::!, i ".L
S Remarks





Date Dirchrg. 4-23-19, SURFMAN
Pce in*c' xe VERO FLA. 454 Rating t Discharge
leo i"n eXtX VERO FLA, : n" -'i




Name FRI ETAG- OLAF RICHARD Service Number U.S.COAST GUARD
Enaited .tRECRUI TING STATION- FORT LAUDERDALE FLA 19,1
Enr(X Date '4-19-18 X
S Age t Entrance 23 YRS Rate SURFMAN .. N'F
r Home Addre. -- own FORT LAUDERALE
County State FLA .
H Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO- 208 7 MOS 22 DAYS SURFMAN 2 7 MOS
22 DAYS :





SRemarks: '





S Dat Disohe.,. 0e- 4-18-19 SURFMAl
p lace irXX)Qy FORT LAUDERDALE FLA *-a ting at Discharg






Nam. e 1 GABBETT CECIL MAUNSELL servee Number US. COAST GUARD
Enl)UX -
, Enr.( at COMMISSIONED Dat 653-0o .
Ago atEntranc, 20 YRS, Rate 3RD. LIEUTENANTX ) X X
Homo Address Town SANRORD
County State FLA
A Served at From Te Served as No. Ddyi


COAST GUARD CUTTER 1ST, LIEUTENANT R .I I0S
-'MANHATTAN 7 MOS. 16 DAYS 25 DAYS
NEW, YORK DIVISION CAPTAIN MOS, 11
COAST GUARD 2 MOS. 20 DAYS DAYS,
COAST .GUARD CUTTER
ALBATROSS 3 MOS. 7 DAYS
CA4r~, GUARD CUTTER
DOROTHEA 5 MOS. 25 DAYS




Oate Dischar ge
Place Inactive Duty 4--tw Rating at Dlsoharge

..-- . .......... .. ...


Name GAINEY BETHEL EDWARD Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
Enr*X Lt RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA.: Date 6-5"17, U.S.N.
Ago atEntrance Rate %rXXA 1
sAp at Entrance 24 Y RS' MO, F REMAIN ,TAMP
H.ome Address Town WEST: TAMPA I
225 GR&Q4int ST, State
S*ae *FLA,
E. Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD CUTTER

TAMPA 1 MO 29 DAYS WATER TENDER 1 MO 29
DAYS
COAST GUARD CUTTER
F FIREMAN 1-L MO 6
TALLAPOOSA 8 MOS 13 DAYS REMN
DY DAYS
WATER TENDER 'A' 7 MOS 7
Remarks: D, AYS





e ,,chart. 2186.18 NEW-ORLEANS LA, WATER TLNDER A.
Place X) X uty s Ratin at Discharge






Nam'o GAINEY. JOHN BASCOM srvico Number US. COASTGUARDD
Enlisted
Enrok ; RECRUITING STATION MOBILE ALA. pate 10-14-16 .. .S.N.
Age at Entrance 26 yRS 4 MO, Rate NAY
Home Address. n .. .O MIR I LLV LLE. EL
S County S tate FsL A
E Served at From To Serve as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TALLAPOOSA 6 MOS 7 DAYS SEAMAN 1 MO 25
DAYS
COXSWAIN'A 4 MOS 12

DAYS


Remarks:

', '. "



ate. Discharg. 10/=,~ -:7.,KEY WEST FLA. COXSWAIN 'A'
Place X KXXR- y ., Rating at Discharge





Name GALVIN WILLIAM TYRELL Service Number U,S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted '
* nr)(IX RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. Date 12-14-16 U..N.
SAgeatEntrance 19 YRS 3 MO, Rat Y 2 CLASS To wn
Home Address T TAMPA
604 MQA,30N ST. state FLA.
E Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER

TAMPA 1 YR 4 MOS 1 DAY

S NEW YORK DIVISION
COAST GUARD 9: DAYS SEAMAN 1YR 4 MOS
10 DAYS

Remarks:






Date. XXDis)ha 8-a16-18 NEW YORK N.Y Ratn at Dischar SEAMAN





















Name GALVIN CHARLES EMMITT Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
EnroXtX RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST FL'A.ate 6-1-'
AgeatEntranc 23 YRS. 2 MOS. Rate BOY. 1 CLASS iAXX
Home Addrol 604 MADISON ST.- Tow" TAMPA.. -
E County ... tate FLA, -
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 1 YR.
3 MOS. BOY 1 CLASS 1 MO.

ORDINARY SEAMA 7 MOS.
S, SEAMAN 6 MOSl
MASTER AT ARMS
A. 1 MO.
Remark.: 25 DAYS


DROWNED DURING THE SINKING OF TAMPA IN FOREIGN WATERS


PlDate t X snat Dch
,. M, .," .-aing at a esh=






Name GAMBLE AARON LICHTENBERG Servio. Number ., S COAST .GUARD

E X 4 COMMISS IONED Date 6: 6"21i9
Age at Entrance 24 YRS. 8 MOSO Rate 3RD. LIEUTENANT. (XXX
Home Address 328 OCE ST Town JACKSONV ILLE
County State FLA 0 .
Served at From Te .. Served as No. Days
*' IY M O

1ST. NAVAL DISTRICT CAPTAIN 1 YR 2 MOS
COAST GUARD' 1 YR 5 MOS '25 DAYS
COAST GUARD SENIOR CAPTAIN 4 MOS, 11
LIVERPOOL ENGLAND 25 DAYS :AY$:
COAST GUARD CUTTER ;
MANNING 1 MO 11i DAYS *
marks: .





Date Discharge
Place Inactve Duty 4--5, Rating at Discharge

-I I1 1

7 -.- ..... ...... ... .. .... ....'.'. 7.. ." ..
Nam, GEORGE-BRICE FURNIE service Number US.:OAST GUARD
Enlted t RECRUITING STATION BULOW-FLA. Dt@ 4-12 7 'u.. N.

A at Entrance 22 YRS 6 MOS.. Rat SURFMAN XAr .
.Town ARMOND
Home Address "S FL
A County State FLA.
Served Frm To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION c
02 1 YR 6 MO 17 DAYS SURFMAN 1 YR 6 MOS
S17 DAYS



-1i



Remarks:





Date Discharge. 7-16-19
SPlace InaMity tBULOW-FLA. muse Ratilrg at Discharge SURFMAN
Place -nKl~,)t BULO'.







Nam. GILLETT-PRESTON ANDREW : Service umber U.S. COAST GUARD
End at RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. ,.. -1u.
nro R..C U -A-.- -A ,ate 4 U. S. N.
. g. at entrar~ce 28 YRS .7 MOS. Rate ORDINARY SEAMAN i u X
Home Addres Town PASCO
A County State FLA "
Served at From To Served as No. Days
,COAST GUARD CUTTER
'TALLAPOOSA 1 YR'4 MO 8 DAYS ORDINARY SEAMAN 1 YR 2 MOS.

SEAMAN 2 OS 4 DAY4






Remarks:





Date Discharge 8 1219
S lace At% W NEW YORK N.Y. RatingDchrge S AMAN





Name GIBSON-WIL FRED NIEL servi NumberU .S, COAST GUARD
Enlisted
Enro) at RECRUITING STATION FORT LAUDERDALEp, LA.
6Enro21eX 18 U. S. N.
Ag. at Entrance 18 YRS 2 MOS, pate SURFMAN XXXX-XX u.
Home Address Town DAVIE '
A County State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STIATON
208 4 MOS, 20 DAYS SURFMAN MOS 20
DAYS






Remarks:





Date. Discharge 6-20-19
Place lnxt)(FtTy T LAUDERDALE FL at Dlscarg SURF
FORT LAUDERDLE FLA. SO R F MI &H




U ,. .., U a -

Nam, GRAY/ HERBERT WASHINGTON Service. Number
"n 's at RECRUITING STATION CHARLESTON S C. t. 9-27-16 US. COAST GUARD
Age at Entrance 25 YRS 10 MOS Rate FIREMAN X xiXk.
HomeAddre 217 FLEMING ST Town KEY WEST
D County r State FLA
Served at From To Served as' No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER -FIREMAN 7 DAYS
TAMPA :5 MO 20 DAYS WATER TENDER -A- I MO 18 DAYI
FIREMAN 3 MO 25 DAY






Remarks:





S oate Discharge 9-26-17- FIREMAN .
Place In^XXXX"XX NEW YORK N Y Rating at Dscharge



.l- .- '---.-- .-- ..-- .-- -- . . .


Name GIVENS"WILLIAM PHILIP ic U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
EnrX at RECRUITING STATION BLOW FLA. 4-7 Da
4enr924.17
: Ageat ntranc, 29 YRS 6 MOS. Rate SURFMAN I ." 2
Home Addre, r. w ARMOND
'A County S tate FLA .
Served at ', -- -- From' To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION
202 6 MOS 5 DAYS SURFMAN 6 MOS 5

DAYS






Remarks;





Date Discharge 10'" 1- 9 19
"a Xe y R .BULQW FLA. eating at Discharge SURFMAN
S, 1 ,LSURFMAN






Name GRIFFITH WILLIAM GALLISPIA Uervi.Number U.S, COAST GUARD
Service Number
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION PENSACOLA FLA
"nRXxx Date 8 D -8-17
Ago at Entrance Flats, U. S. N.
Ag t Entrac 25 RS 4 MOS. Rt ORDINARY SEAMAN XX3(XXX-
Ho. Address 15 E k'ADSDEN ST, on PENSACOLA

F Served at From T. Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD CUTTER

PENROSE 1 YR :5 MOS.5 DAYS ORDINARY SEAMAN 1 YR 5 MOS
5, DAY S




Remarks:





0at. Disoharge 6'7- 19
Plac V.V .- ORDINARY SEAMAN
.c XNX)('Xx PENSAOOLA FLA, 4-- Rating at Dpscharge





Nam, GREESON- WILLIAM Service Number US. COAST GUARD.
Enlisted r--
aEX t Date 4-1i/' 7. N
Age at Entrance 17 YRS Rate BOY 2 CLASS. uW.N.X
Home Address* 10 -S.MOOOY ST Town TAMPA
F County state FL A.
Served at From To Served as No. Days


'COAST GUARO CUTTER '

,TALLA'POOSA 1 YR BOY 2ND CLASS 7 MOS. ..'

SBOY 1ST CLASS ,. MOS,. I:
ORDINARY SEAMAN :.MO

S'. r *
Remarks:





Oata Discharge 4" t- 18
ORD! NARY SEAMAN
Place I nKXXKX X COAST GUARD CUTTER M .tin tosNARY S
TALLAPOOSA,




















Nam* GREEN- ERNEST THEODORE service Number U. 8 COAST GUARD
EnltedServe Number U COAST-GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION IKEY \EST FLA.
E':")XXx 'ate 12"9a.16
Age .t Entranc 22 YRS 6 MOS. Rate SEAMAN U. S. N.
Home Address 404- MADISON AVE Town TAMPA
F county state FLA,
__ .. Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST. GUARD CUTTER

TAMPA 1 YR 7 MO; 5 DAYS

SO. XSWAIN 1 YR 7 MOS.
"' 5 DAYS



Remarks:





Date .' Discharge 2 4 "1
Place *n"^a X NEW YQRK. N.Yo, 4- Rating at Dicharge COXSWAI N






Name GULLEDGE OTIS ATLiS Serv(i"Kr U S COAST GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION FORT PIERCE FLA
"EnroX(XXt oata 6- 19-18 '
Age at Entrance 19 -YRS 10 MOS nt, SURF MAN U.S.
Home Address Town FORT P1(LRCE X "
C unt State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION

NU 206 4 MOS 22
*, DAYS. SU KFMAN 4 MOS 22
DAYS
S&,. "



Remarkse:





ate Di.chr.e 13 1-19 A SURFM
E 3,~ SURFMAN
Place InactKQt)XX FORT P! ERC E FLA -uS sting at Dcharge






Name HALL-EDWARD THEQD0RE rvlc..Nurnbr U.S COASiT GUARD
Enlisted
En at R RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA, De
Ag t Entrance 21 YRS 8 MOS, ate ORDINARY SEAMAN U AU'.
Hom.e Address 29 N, 2ND AVE, Town S .'PETERSBURG
: A Couny Sta t FLA
Served at From To Served as No,' Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TALLAPOOSA 1 YR, ORDINARY SEAMAN. 1 YR 4 MOS
22 DAYS
COAST GUARQ CUTTER
DEPOT 4 MOS. 22 DAYS "




Remarks;

p.i
*. *, ~ \ : D E .

o.te Do*KK DIED 10*5418 .
Pl*ace lnacjXK uty .--. -*e as r. alaeie rg OR U L ARY SUA& oAN.
O F A




S r ."*' .* ,

SHALLAM *-ARTHUR CHARLES service Number U.S, COAST GUARD
Enilted
.n^ at ,0OAST GUARD CUTTER ALGONQUIN Date I
lt nrsnce X Y 5/1 0U. S N.
Age at Entranc 27 YRS, 1 MO. Rat* ORD I NARY SEAMAN N. X-XXX
Home Addre. MI MI AM I ;on .*
County 'State .' ,
___ ______ _______ a__ ______Fr______________________ No. Days
Served at From To Se tt No.' Days


COAS T GWiAD CUTTER O N YSEAA. MOS
090h1ijRY SE1AII 3 MOS.
ALGONQUIN 1 YRS 5 kOS 23 DAY 6DAYS

16DAYS
'.l':.i 1 '/E LECTR IC IAN. :,,," : ,
2 CLASS A ;'" MOS' 26

SEAMA N .. 9 .MOS 11-
Remarks: '" D YS





Date Discharge
Place Inactive Duty e-a Rating at Discharge

... -,- -- ., ~. ,



SName HALL FRANK ELSWORTH s-.-,XSr U ,COAST* GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION TITUSVILLE FLA
E onrofXXXX Date 9-11-17
Age at Entrane. 25 YRS 1 MO:;,' at, SURF MAN S. N.
* Home Address Twn T ITUSV I LLE
C t County State FLA
Served at _Frem Te Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO 204 .1 YR 2 MOS
SURFMAN YR ; MUS





Remark; :


*: r i

Dato Dise'harg 103 119 -- SURF U
Place '"nXM'XXXX PENSACOLA- FLA -Rating at Diacharg. SURFMAN '
.. '" 1 !






Name HAMMER WILLIAM EDWIN Service Number U.S COAST GUARD',
Enllted .
Enr)Q< t RECRUITING STATION FORT. LAUDERDAkI., FLA. 4-19-18 .s.N.
A e at entran. 23 Y RS 4 MOS Rate SURFMAN -UX X XX
Mome Address Town FORT LAUDERDALE -
Codnty State
Served at From T Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION
208 6 MOS 22 DAYS SURFMAN 6 MOS 22
S6 ,DAYS





Remarks:





oa. Dischag 4-18-19 .MOULTRI EVILLE S.C SURFMAN
Plce Il#likyx ty -- Rating at Icharlge





ame HARDY CLAUDE ELLIOTT Service Number U OAST GUARD
Enllsted
EnrIX a t RECRUITING STATION TITUSVILLE FLt. 4-19,1 18
Age at Entrance 22 YRS 11 MOS Rate SURFM AN .
Home Address Town TITUSVILLE
S unty.. sounR FLA. '
Served t __From T Served s No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION

204 6 MOS 22 DAYS SURFMAN 6 MOS 22 DA





rPemarks:





Date Discharge 92~~Ls TITUSVI.LLE FLA, SURFMAN'
.Plcr. )euy 9. 25 1 TItTUSVt-LLE FnLA SU
P'** Xr W*WX tu +- 44% Ratng a t Dhschrear .






Nam HART PAUL BRYAN erviceNumbr U,S. COAST GUARD

S EnX at RECRUITING STATION- GALVESTON TEWS. 7 U.S.N.
A eatEntranc. 20 YRS. 7 MOS, R** SHIP'S WRITER A. -. u.XXX
Home Addres. 2015 8TH AVE. Town PENSACOLA
S D County State
Served at From To SerF,J No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
S COMANCHE 1 O, 9 DAYS
SHIP'S WRITER-A. I MO.
9 DAYS




Remarks:




SHIP'S WRITER "A,
Date Diacharge 6-15-17 GALVESTON TEXAS.
Place o leMa M 4 '- Rating at Discharge




,rwvs" -- -fl-s.- *' ^ r* - F r- T. f 5. flmf f ..

Name HARGRAVES CARL EUGENE serve. Number U,S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
Enr)OlXc< at RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. 12t-1417
Ane at Entrance 24 YRS.7 MO Rate ORDINARY S AMAN OJx: .F.
H. ome Address RFD NO- 96 Town LAKELAND
F County .-- State FLA..
S Served t. From Te Served as No. Days

COAST (. GUARD CUTTER
TALLAPOOSA 1 MO 21 DAY'S ORDINARY SEAMAN 1 MO
',21 DAYS.
^ .' .




Remarks; .





SoDat DIh'rge 6-'"517 TAMPA FLA. ORDINARY SEAMAN
Place 4 -4Y 4 e Rating4 /n






Nm.r HAWKINS VICTOR DENT servyi Numbe.J.S. COAST GUARD
En~ited at RECRUITING STATION OAK'HILL FLA,
EwroX Date 4-19-1ft
SA at Entrane 20 YRSd. 2 MOS.' Rat SURFMAN v. S. N: KXX
Home Address" -- ,. Town OR T ORANGE
D County tat FCLA. u
S Served iat. From T* Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO. 203 6 MOS. 22 DAYS SURFMAN 6 MOS.
22 DAYS





RemarkPs:




SURFMAN
SOa Dreoharge 10-31-19 .OAK-.-HILL FLA,
Place inacXtk ( X -,-4 Rating at Discharge '




m. HAYES PETER OROW roNuer S COAST GUARD
Enliste COAsT GUARD
SnroXeXX RECRUITING STATION- JACKSONVIb4E FLA.
Ag Aa t Entrance '21 YRS' 4 MOS. Rat SURFMAN 6-12-18 uxX.
Home Address 15 HUBBARD ST. Town ACKSONVILLE
D .: County State I
Served at ,. From To "S served as No, Days '

COAST GUARD STATION '
NO. 196 2 MOS. 28 DAYS SURFMAN 4 MOS,
28 DAYS





Remarks;





ot Droharg. 7-31-19 MOULTR IEVILLE S.C. SURFMAN
Place InactlvX 4- Rating at Discharge .






Name HENRY JOHN 'WALL seXXXC(X U COAST GUARD

Ae t Entrance 21 YRS,9 MOS Rate ORDINARY SEAMAN u.s.. F
I.' HoRnI AdIrI NG STAT..O. TAMPA rLA Date 1X" F. .
Hom Addrpa Town FORT MYERS
C .County State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD CUTTER
TALLAPUOSA 2 MOS 24
DAYS. ORDINARY SEAMAN 2 MOS 24
DAYS




Remarks:





Datq Discharge 1-2 1 ORDINARY SEAMN
P''t, R XX NEW OBLEANS LA Ratnspai.a. SEA





Nam. HERBERT ALBERT HENRY I'ervl"XXX"X US COAST GUARD
Enlited RECRUITING STATION MIAMI BEACH FLA
Ennr xxx Date 7t -18U .U. S. N.
A,& at Entrance 25 YRS 6 MOS .Pat. SURFMAN, LAUDERDALE fX.F.i
Home Address Town LA
C County r,, e r FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION
09 4 Mos 5
5VRFMA I 4 Mo S
DAYS D AYS






remarks:





Oaf. D.icharg. 11-25-18
P"c *'"*'"c*XXX MAIAMI BEACH .FLA *L- Aus aet D. SURFMAI






Nam. HIGWALONZO LEE. service Number UeSo COAST GUARD
Enllste at RECRUITING STATION FORT LAUDERDALgatFFLA. 4 19, 17

Ag at Entran. 25 YRS 9 MOS, rt SURFMAN t
Hme Addr, --" Town FORT LAUDERDALE
County NoSta D *
A Served at From 7T Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION Y
208 1 YR SURFMAN 1 YR







lRemarks:





Oate Dislharge 4' 18 .
Pls.. inacPKK* FORT, LAUDERDALE FL'KA.s ,rng at Disc.rge SURFMAN





Name HIN E- DAVID r si, Number U.S ?' COAST GUARD
St Y RECRUIT STATiON FORT. PIERCE FLA4 17 r ,
.- ,. 7U. S. N;
:A et Enran.. 2 YRS MOS. Rt SURFMAN, XXXXXKX '
A SrHpQ. s a^t.. Town -FORT PIERCE :
Served at From To Served as No. Days
S._______________ No. Day
COAST GUARD STATION
8 1 YR 6 MOS 24 DAYS SURFMAN I YR 61MOS
.. 24 AYS


j-





,i '6 19 .
SRems rk. ; :' .





SXX FORT PIERCE FLA. SURFMAN
'C, .+ ,






Name HOLLOMAN BYRON NEWELL service. Number U8., COAST GUARD
Eninted RECRUITING STATION FORT LAUDERDALE FLA.
Enro at 4-19-S8 U. .N.
Age at Entrance 18 YR R'at SUROMAN xX
SHome Address. Town FORT LAUDERDALE
County State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION URFAN 6 MO22
S NQ, 208 6 MOS 22 DAYS S
DAYS








p r
Remark.:





Date Discharge 421,19 SURFMAN
Place InactI R FORT LAUDERDALE. FLA. Rating at Dlscharge





Name HOLZHEY r HENRY -. Service.Number U0S 0OAST GUARD
Enlisted
at RECRUITING STATION JACKSONVILLE FLA.
EnrM t Date 8-7 18
Age at Entrance 19 YRS,1 MO. t.R SURFMAN : K F-
SHome Address TOwnMONCR IEF I EF
County State FLA*
R Served at From To Served as No. Days

CCOAST GUARD STATION
NO. 212 3 MOS 4 DAYS SURFMAN 3 MOS 4
DAYS





Remarked:




SURFMAN
Date Discharge 13 -19 .
Place InacXXMuty PENS ACOL A. FL A Rating at Discharge







Name HOLLAND WILLIAM Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted at RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA*, 12-15-16
Enro D a U. S. N.
Age at Entrance 18 YRS. 2UOS. Rate BOY 2 CLASS 9(X')XXX-
mome Address 1618 GOVERNOR ST. Town TAMPA
County State :FrL^*
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 1 YR. 5 M(S 20 DAYS BOY 1 CLASS 1 YR. 5 MOS
20 DAY





1
Remarks:




SBOY 1 CLASS
S pate IXCX- DIED 9-26-18 SINKING OF THE TAMPA IN FOREIGN
Place In"



Name HOWZE- JOHN THOMAS Service Number
Enlisted
E aXItX RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA oat 4-8-17 U.S. COAST GUARD
Age atEntrance 24 YRS 1 MO Rate COAL HEAVER vU.),vS X G
Home Addre XX Town ORIENT
D county State FLA
Served at From To Seed a
--- -- Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMA 4 MO COAL HEAVER 5 MO 25 BAYJ

BOY 1 CLASS 5 DAYS






Remarks:





Date Discharge 8 17 Y 1 CLASS
Place X9XXr X BOSTON MASS --. 6 Ratin;g t DiCchar SS






Nam.HUTCHINSON" COLON s service Number .
E.iAte RECRUITING STATION OAK HILL FLA o; ,4-9-17 U.S. COAST GUARD
Ag.e t Entrance 19 YRS 11 MOS Rate SURFMAN .X
SHome Address X Town OAK HILL ,
S. County rTStQte FLA
Served at From'To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO 205 1 SURFMAN 1 YR





o m e k,

Remarks: ,

, .. I .. ." .



Date Discharge 4-18-1i 8 SURFMAN
Place X MXX X OAK H ILL FLA -t Ratlng at Dilcharge



.... ,~ : ,,r .-,, r -........... ...... .. . ,--
-.. -* i-



SNme JENKINS ALFRED SYLVESTER Service Number U S. COAST 'GUARD'
Enltsted ;
EnrfxX RECRUITING STATION FORT PItEAEDFRA. 7.16.17 u..Rd
at Entra 24 YRS. 'MOS, e SURFMAN -- FORT PIRCE
Horne Addres Town FORT pIERCE
County State FLA '. ',:
I Served at From To Served as No. Days

U.S. COAST GUARD
S STATION NO. 206 1 YR. SURFMAN 1 YR,..,.


.I



4. +. . --
Remarks:






oDa Di chara 7.1518 FORT PIERCE FLA T i RM a
S Place I YU 4 --am ating at Discharge
'~~~~ '. RCnr ( :* '* :,* ** *. i ^






Name JENNY HENRY EDWARD JR. Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
nll.ted RECRUITING STATION FORT PIERCE FLA.
EnroX at Date 6-25.18
Age at Entrance 20 YRS. 2 MOS. Rat, SOURFMAN
Home Address ,. Town FORT PIERCE
County State FLA,.
B Served at From To t. Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD, STATION
NO. 206 4 MOS* 16 DAYS SURFMAN 4 MOS 16

SAYS:*





Remarks:




SURFMAN
Date Discharge 6-24-19
P'lacw IWLi FORT PI ERCE FLA Ratine at Discharge





Name JERNIGAN WILLIAM IENRY Service Number Q COAST GUARD
Enlisted
En r at RECRUITING STATION HIGH POINT'N., 9166 u.S .
Age at Entrance 21 YRS1 10 MOS, Rte SURFMAN ^Tw 1" X
Home Address Tow" PORTLAND
County State fLA
S Served at From Ton Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO, 212 1 YR. SORFMAN YR.







Remarks:




SURFMAN
Date Discharg 9-15-17
Place KLXop(,WPENSACOLA FLA. *--** aAs.. .at |






Name JOHANSEN- ANDREW Service Number U.S,COAST GUARD
sni". at COAST GUARD CUTTER- ONONDAGA Dat
atEnro Datell~DA
ro' 4X "ate 11-7-16 U. u,S,. N.
Age at Entrance 25 YRS 9 MOS Rate SEAMAN URR U XXN.X
Home Address -- Town VERO
SCounty State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION

196 1 YR 7 M03 -6 DAYS SURFMAN 2 MOS
2 DAYS

SURFMAN NO-i-A 3 MOS
emr. s SURFMAN NO-1 1' IY,
Remarks: S "
-, 4 DAYS.




Date Discharge
Place Inactive Duty 4-54t Rating at Discharge





Name JOHANSEN- AXEL HAGBART SerNumr T GUA
Enlisted Service Number U.S,00 AST GUARD
Enrx at RECRUITING STATION SEAWALLS POINT FLA
Enr xe ,Date ,J',-
Age at Entrane. 52 YRS 4 MOS Rate SURFMAN, N0-1 S u.I.s. N.T
HoToAddrn SEAWALLS POINT
County State
Served at State. .FLA.
S_________rom To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
SSURFMAN NUO-1 1YR
7 1YR 7 MOS 6 DAYS 7 MoS

6 DAYS



Remarks;





Date Discharge
Place Inactive Duty Rat at Dischar
P c I tive D ~ ., ,"--a Ratlrig at Discharge ,.






Name JOHNSON- EUGENE Service Number UStCOAST GUATD
Enlisted RECRUIT NG STATION- KEY WEST FLA.
Enr#rxXX Dat. 7-8-17
Age at Entrance 28 YRS 7 MOS Rate BOY 1 CLASS t u:)8Xx7
Home Address 703 WHITEHEAD ST. Town KEY WEST
County State FLA,
H Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD CUTTER BOY 1 CLASS 1 YR 3 MOS
; TAMPA 11 MOS 25 DAYS 28 DAYS
U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL 3 MOS 28 DAYS



Remarks:





oate Discharg 2-3-19 BOY 1 CLASS
Piso. IXv.OX'XXX NEW YORKK N4 Y,. Ra-n- R ati Dlscha.rsa




': NameKEMP ALGER R .: KvXCXYXX U S COAST GUARD
Enlisted RPEC8UIT ING STATION TAMPA FLA
En "rXXX"t Datu 12- 13-16
SAe at Entranc 18 YRS'4 .MOS Rate BOY 2 CLASS .
Home Address Y U C Town TAMPA.
SC County State F LA
Served at From To' .Served as No. Days

iQAST GUARD CUTTER 5 DAYS
* ':f TAMPA BOY 2 CLASS,: 3 DAYS






Remarks:





Date Discharge 4 -917 BOY 2
Place 'IncKn*XXX TAMPA FLA Rating at Discharge 8 2





A rr > -
Name KING o WALLACE Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
SEn *t RECRUITING STATION FORT LAUDERDA E FLA. 4,1
Ago at Entrance 22 YRS, 11 MOS. Rate SURFMAN : S XX
Home Address. Town' FI T LAUD RD&LE
county State
D Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO, 208 1; YR.
SSURFMAN .1 Y





Remarks;





Date Discharge 3- 4-18-18 FORT LAUDERDALE FLA. SURFMAN
Place InactiveXtX -t49a Rating at Discharge

I,~,~,,. ^ --- -- ------- ^ --- -..~, ,,, ^



Name KISSAM EDWARD WHITEHEAD servK*XXXK U S COAST' GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION FORT .,BERRY. CALIF
EnrX(X)k Date 6 -1 u.s.N.
e . entrance 25 YR$ 9 MOS *Rate SURFMAN T uX)
S Home Address .Town ORLAN .
County State FLA
Served at From To, Served s' as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION .
322 f 1 YR 5 MO
4 DAYS SURFMAN 1 YR 5 MOS

.4 AYS



Remarks;





Date Discharge 6 6-19 SURFMAN
Place l"nctXXX FORT .BERRY CAL IF *" ating t






Nam; PITCHING WALTER- serviX)~~ X U S COAST GUARD
Ennltaed RECRUITING STATION SOUTH PORT N C
EnX- Date 4-6-17 U S N.
Age at Entrance 27 YRS MOS Rte NO 1 SURFMAN U: pr.k i
Home Address Town JUPITER
County State
C Served at From To erv as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
S 205 y. YR 7 MOS N i 1SURFMAN -YR 7
5 DAYS
DAYS





Remarks:



I "

Date Discharge 5"31-19FMAN
No 1 SURFMAN
Place in)fX XYXX SOUTH PORT N. C 4-- Rating at Discharge




l- -- -'- r- -'-M- M- ^ ^^ -- --- .*-'- ^ M M- .. -- -- a. ___ -rirt-l. J
Name KNIGHT JOHN THOMAS service NumberU.S. EGST'-URiRD, ,
Enlisted at RECRUITING STATION VERO FLA .
EnroX)( X ate 4.8-l7 U
SAge at Entrance 29 YRS. 9 MOS. Rate SURFMAN U: .9 X ,x X
Home Address Town *WELLF3ORN-.
C County State. FL '
Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION
205 1 YR 6 M S. 24 DAYS SURFMAN i,.YR 6 MOS
"' ..,24' ,DAYS

*
i : *



Remark: ,





Date Discharge
Place Inactive Duty -i Rating at Discharga






Name KOVAC CHRIS service Number U.S, COAST GUARD
ni e.rXa)t COAST GUARD CUTTER- .3 PENROSE 6
A n rq)DX X A Date
Age at Entrance 43 YRS 3 MOS Rate SEAMAN (XXX
HomeAddressa 515 1-2 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Town PENSACOLA
C County .State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
PENROSE YR 7 OS 6 DAYS SEAMAN 1 YR 7 MOS
6 DAYS





Remarks:





Date Discharge:
Place Inactive Duty 4- Rating at Discharge ,





Nam, KRESTSCHMAR ALBERT EARL Service Number.U S, COAST GUARD

AEnr t RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. Dat 4.14-17-
Age t Entrance 17 YRS. 7 M OS. Rat. BOY 2 CLASS .U
SHome Address Town -iBRADENTON
B C unty State FLA
Served at Frem To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD CUTTER
TALLAPOOSA' 31 YR. 4 DAYS BOY 2 CLASS 6 MOS
17 DAYS
BOY 1 CLASS 5 MOS
17 DA Y



S Remark:





te Dhar 4-17-18 BOY 1 CLASS
Place Inac*KKX SOUTH BALTIMORE MD, e-'4,, Rating at Di.chlge





N.m. KYZER EARL EUGENE service Number US. COAST GUARD
nlstd at RECRUITING STATION .T4TUSVILLE FLA, '

SAg t Entrance 25 YRS 7 MOS. Rate SURFMAN DXa)tXXXe 3
SHome Address Town MIMS
C county State FLA.
Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION
204 1 YR 6 iOS. 19 DAYS
SURFMAN. 1 YRi 6 MOS
19 DAYS i



Remarks: '





Date Discharge 4'
Place Inactive Duty 4- Ratln at Discharge






Sarme LA ROCHE *r BENJAMIN BAILEY JR, Servie Number U.S COAST GUARD
Enlisted
EnrotX RECRUITING STATION TITUSVILLE lA 4-,2_-17 U. N.
Ag' at Entrano 20 YpS. 2 MOS. nate SURFMAN u. S.XK' .x
Home Address Town OURTENEY-, ':
County State
Served at From Te Serv No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION
NOI 204 1 YR.
NO. 2 Y 1 Y
6 MOS, 18 DAYS SURFMAN 1 YR.
6 MOS
18 DAYS


Remark:.





oat. Dis.harge 5-18-19 TIT.USy.ILLE .FLA. SURFMAN
Place O(tx ty 4 ,i 1. y Rating at DischarLe
.5#_. .. ^,. ,^..* .






Name LANE BERT HUNTER service Number UpS COAST GUARD
n Enrted RECRUIT NG'STATION TAMPA FLA. 4 17
EnrMWKX oate 4U.817.N
Age at Entrance 21 RS 8 MOS Rate :B CLASS XX.X- F.
Home Address 520 NORTH FLORIOA AVE. Town LAKELAND
E C countyy "-... State FLA .
Served at From To Served as No. Days '

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA, 1 YR 5 MOS 18 DAYS BOY 1 CLASS 1 YR 5 MOS
I 18 DAYS





Remark.: DROWNED IN F REIGN
WATERS SINKING OF TAMPA.




oato, dX X DIED 9.26-18 COAST GUARD CU,.TER TAMUAa BOY 1 CLASS
Place tXXiX4- Rating at D0icharge

.... .. ... .' .. ..... .. 7 1'


Name LEGREE ESTON.DREW service Number U.S,. COAST GUARD
Enoste at RECRUITING STATION- TAMPA FjAA, a 2-8- 7 .
EnropXX Dat 2 - \ U2 S N7 "
Age at Entrance 27 YRS, 7 MOS, R*at BOY 2 CLASS U s. 'XXXX
Home Address 806 3RD AVE. Tow TAMPA
D0 County "tate t FLA.
Served at From To .Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 1 YR.
5 MOS. 20 DAYS
BOY 2 CLASS 5 MOS.
20 DAYS
BOY 1 CLASS 1 YR,

Remarks:


DROWNED IN FOREIGN WArER SINKING OF COAST GUARD CUTTER TAMPA
S9-26-18
oat. eIX( DIED 9-26-18 COAST GUARD CUTTER
Place T- A Rating at Discharge BOY 1 CLASS
P e .TA PA

"iA






Name LAW"LEVE LAVENDER Srvs Nubr .S, COAST GUAOD
Enl sted -
En, t at RECRUITING STATION VERO FLA. Dat
A a.tn Rat U. S. N.
Ag. t Entran, 23 YRS 11 MOS Rfat SURFMAN XXXXXX
Home Addre.ss Town OSLO
I County State
S Served at From Te .ServSd as No' No Days

COAST GUARD STATION
S 205 i 1 MOS, 9 DAYS SURFMAN 11 MOS
DAYS






Remarks:





veto DlCXX% e-17-18.
Place X- f*.ty f VE 9 .F, A-144 Rating at Discharige. URFMAN




"'~- I" '- --^ ^..,^,.p^^^^^,^.^-^..~^^T^^^ ~T~.w^^^ .-_..-..- ._-.-..

Name LE POIDVANT CLIFFORD DE RANCIS Service Number. U.S. COAST GUARD'
Eniited a RECRUITING STATIeN PENSACOLA FLA.
EX~X D'"a 2-S
Age at Entrance RS Rate URFMA
HomeAAddress R. NO. 1 BOX 50 Town EAST PENSACOLA
County State
Served at From Te Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO. 212 8 MOS. 29 DAYS SURFMAN 8 MOS.
:29 DAYS





tRemarks;





o.D Disch.arg 2-11u-19 PENSACOLA FLA SURFMAN
Place )(t (vK xK 4-6sa Rating at Discharge
1** *






Name LENDER JAMES FREDERICK service Number US. COAST GUARD
EnK(at RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. D 5t1
Age atEntrance 20 YRS t. MO, Rate ORDINARY SEAMAN N.e F
Home Address *~- Town RUSKIN
County State FLA*
F Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER ORDINARY SEAMAN I YR 5 MOS

TALLAPOOSA 1 YR. 3 0OS 7 PAYS 6 DAYS

COAST GUARD CUTTER

DEPOT 1 MOS 29 DAYS

Remarks:





Date Dischare 3-819 WASHINGTON D.C ORDINARY SEAMAN
Place I ) uty Rating at Dlsokarge





Name LIVINGSTON- ELMER WILSON service Number U.S COAST GUARD
"ite RECRUITING STATION- BULOW FLAt
EnjWX Date -12- S N
Age at Entrance .2 25 Y RS .5 MO S, Rate SURFMAN U.y u..X
Home Address Town DAYTONA
County state FLA,
F Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION

NO. 402 2 MOS. 13 DAYS SURFMAN 2 MOS 4'
DAYS
-' '. 4 ,



Remarks:





Date Discharge l1-30- 17
Place XXn*XXKX BULOW FLA. 4-,4W Rating at oDiseare SURFMAN "






Nam. LIVINGSTON- JEWEL CHOICE service, Numr U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlis.td RECRUITING STATION PENSACOLA F LA,
E"nrX D Iate 1120.7 S.N
ABe at Entranc, 20 YRS Rate SURFMAN X'X
HomeAddress 708 E,C9RVANTES ST Town PENSACOLA
SCounty State FLA
SServed at From To ." Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATION

S NO.212 11 MOS, 21 DAYS SURFMAN 11 MOS 21

DAS,




Remarks;





Date Discharge 2-21-19-
plac. I *X, XX PENSACOLA FLA, Rating at DIsoharag SURFMAN





Name. LOVE GRAY DOBLE:-.,:;' service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
enlisted
S en~xi at RECRUITING STATION OAK HILL FL/ oate 4-19-17 UN
Ae Entanc 18 YRS 8 MOS R*, SURFMAN U .,.. X'
Home Address n Town POINT. ORANGE
E County --- 'tate FLA.
Serve* at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
203, 1YR 6 MOS 22 DAYS
SURFMAN 1YR 6 MOS
22 DAYS




Remarks:





Dte oschare.. 4"18-19 OAK HILL FLA, "" SURFMAN
Place iveyTX #4-44Ma Rating at Discharge '





V Name 'LOYV FAY*' WI'LLI AIM serv.' -.Numb-,Ser U .S.COAST GUARD
S AEn atRECRUITING STATION- 8EWALLS POINT- FLA 4-2-
Age at Entrance 27 YRS 2 MOS Rate SURFMAN .Ak .xx
Home Address *- ** Town STEWART
County State FLA'A
H Served at From T. Served as No. Day's


COAST GUARD STATION
207 1 YR 6 MO 21 DAYE
SURFMAN 1YR 6 MOS

21 DAY







S 4


Date Discharge 421-9 SURFOANS.
Place naX- I XoaX tSEWALLSPO N FLA, 4"" no "g at Discharge








44a2' U u. S. N.
Age at Entrance 22 YRS 6 MOS. Rate SURFMAN XXXxKKI
Home Address ToawnSTEUART
County State FLA
Served at From To Ser-.\ as N. Days
COAST GUARD STATION
207 k .h3 DAYS SURFMAN 3 DAYS








Remarks;





Date Discharge SS P -" a a
t RESEW.A4CRU POINT FLA ATION SEWA POINTasocA SURFMAN




















SNam MACLEAN ANGUS: NELSON service Number U.S. COAST GUARD'
Enlisted
Enro.lXt RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA. Dat, 4-8-17
Age at Entrance 20 YRS Ra te FIREMAN ..'A X F.
Home Address Town SNEADS
E County State FLA.
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 'IYR 5 MOS 18 DAYS
FIREMAN 2 MOS 23 DAY
COALHEAVER 10 MOS
'FIREMAN 4 MOS 25
DAYS

Remark.: DROWNED IN SINKING OF COAST GUARD CUTTER. TAMPA IN FOREIGN
WATERS 9-26-18



Doa* W) 9-26-18 COAST.GUARD CUTTER FIREMAN
Place InXiX 6-W nRati ng at Dlacharge
TAMPA. -,






Name MC CULLEY ERNEST SHELNWY: Service Number U .S., COAST GUARD
nl.,ted, at RECRUITING STATION SEWALLS POINT FLA,
A st Entrance Rate .UF A Date ta"4' 2 7 1 F.l
SAg .t Entrnc. 18 YRS 7 MOS* Rat* SURFMAN
Home Address, ... Town STEUART
County State
SServed at From To S No. ay

COAST GUARD STATION
NO. 207 6 MOS. 1 DAYS
SURFMAN 6 MOS
14 DAYS



Remarks:





Date Discharge 4-26-19 SEWALLS POINT FLA. SURFMAN
Place MXX XX y 4-- Rating at Disllharge
-. .... ,




Name .MCCORMAC LESTER CHAPMAN service Number :US COAST GUARD

S X at. RECRUITING STATION GALVESTON TEXAS 5
e agt entrance 22 YRS. 2 MOS. Rate ORDINARY SEAMAN U
HomeAddres 418 FLORIDA AVE. Town JACKSONVILLE
County 1 State LA
B Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER ORDINARY SEAMAN 13 DAYS
COMANCHE 4 MOS. 23 DAYS SEAMAN 2 MO 9'

S. COAL HEAVER 2 .MOS 1
DAY


Remarks: *

,* -: ". .



COAL HE.VER
Date Discharge 9-24-17 ...
Place X xikXXC 4 -t Rating at Discharge .
SGALVESTON TEXAS.






S'Name MC KENZIE.* GEORGE W: se.rv Number U .$* COASTGUARD

St APPOINTED -COAST GUARD STATION 215%t 2: 514 .
Age at Entrance 49 YRS. 10 MOS Rate KEEPER u X.. 3'X
S Home Address Town PENSACOLA
c county s State FLA, "*'
Served at From To Served as No. Days


C OAST'" GUARD STATE. ON.
O212 .A1 I YR 7 MO, 6 DAYS KEEPER 1- YR MOS

.6 .DAYS





Re marks .. .




Date' Discharge
Place Inactive Duty Rating at Discharge '
lt r rr bureau 2(151 .*




Name MC KINNEY FRANK service Number. U.Sr- COAST GUARD
Enliated RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST FLA.
Xixa t D ate 1 18
Ai, at Entronme 20 YRS. 1 MOa Rate BOY 1 CLASS : x "S-x
Hom Address* 216- FLEM I IO ST. Tow" K LEYAT :
D County State LA
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD CUTTER
TALLAPOOSA MOS, 25 DAYS BOY 1 CLASS 9 MOS,

25 DAYS





Remarks: '




S" "BOY 1 CLASS
oe o.harge 5-8 RECRUITING STATION
Place X XOrKWK BOSTON MASS, 4-" Rating atl Dischars '
r- .. r -. "






Name MANSFIELD FREDERICK servXt*X X U S COAST GUARD
Enlisted
En'i, t RECRUITING STATION TAMRA FLA 4-8-17
nrxame drat 4-8-17
Age at Entrance 21 YRS 7 S Rate COAL HEAVER T MIAMI uXxg F.
Home Addr.,,s 318 FULT N ST Town" IM1
C County State FLA
Served at From Te Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 1 YR 5 M05 18 DAY, COAL HEAVER 5 MOS 8
DAYS

FIREMAN 1 YR 10:
DAYS


Remarks:


DROWNED FOREIGN WATERS SIN KNG OF TAMPA 9-26-18


ot Di$~(WXX DROWNED 9-26-18 F FIREMAN
Placo IlrXM XX -. -- Rating at ODscharge





Name MANSF ItLD PERCY *Seryvlao(*XeX U S COAST GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA
~nXXXX Dat 47-17 U N.
Age at Entrance 18 YRS 1 MOS Rate BOY 1 CLASS' U.~N f
Home Address 318 FULTON ST Town TAMPA
SCounty State FLA
S Served at From Te Served as No, Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 1 YR 5 M)S 20 DAY O
BOY 1 CLASS 1 YR 5 MOS
S20 DAYS





Remarks:


DROWNED FOREIGN WATERS SINKING OF TAMPA 9-26-18


o..* XXX)(XXX DROWNED 9-26-18
Place I XXX Xty 4-M Rating at Discharge BOY 1 CLASS






N ame, MC LELLAN MARION ROBERT Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted '
SEnrX RECRUITING STATION BALTIMORE MDt 7-25 16
.AgeatEntrane 20 YRS 11 MO Rate ORDINARY SEAMAN U)k*XF,
SHome Address Town ST ANDREWS
County .a--' State FLA '
E Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
APACHE 3 MOS 18 DAYS SEAMAN 3 MOS 18
DAYS





Remarks:





O at Discharge 7-"24 17 CAPE HENRY VA. SEAMAN
Place I XY X 4 Rating pt Discharge

.. *. '. .


Name MATHERS"OSCAR.. service Number .U.S. COAST GUARD
, En*llsted ''
'nitad at RECRUITING STATION MIAMI BEACH FL. 7 s.
3 '' 7 U. S NI
Age at Entrance. 27 YRS 6 MOS, Rate SURFMAN .' XXrXXX
Home Address *, Town LEMON CITY
A County State FLA

COAST GUARD STATION
209 YR 5 MCS. 8 DAYS SURFMAN 1 YR 3 MOS
8 DAYS






Remarks;





Date Discharge -' 9
Pla ce MI AMI BEACH FLA. '- Rating it Discharge SRAN
"* ItSflX MIAMI -BEACH.FLA* -"^~~ SURFMAN






SName MATTHAUS"HENRY CARL Service Number q US COAST GUARD
Enro at RECRUITING STATION MIAMI BEACH FA. 4"23"17 s..
Age at Entrance 27 YRS 6 MOS. Rate SURFMAN XXXKXX
Home Address .. Town LEMON CI TY
A County state FLA
Served at From To ,* Served as No. Days
COAST GUrM$D STATION
209 1 YR 6 MOS Z8 DAYS SURFMAN 1 YR 6 MPO
18 DAYS






Remarks:


*' 1 -


Date DOlidCarge 9 15"20 1
Place XXXX KEY WEST FLA, 4-6I Rating at Disears. SURFMAN

r ^^^... .$,' ~ *" .



Name MATTHEWS' ILLAM HORACE service Number U.S.COAST GUARD
Fnilsted
S anl t ,RECRUITING STATION FORT LAUDERDALE FLA.
EnroX U. S. N.
Ag at Entrance ,27 YRS 7 MOS, Rate SURFMAN '4l UXX. X X.X
Home Address Town DANIA'' '
A County State FLA .
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION ,
208 f MOS, 7 DAYS SURFMAN '4 MOS 7
PAYS .
/ / : ,. ,




Remarks:





Date Discharge 131J 19
Place 1s(?W ,FORT LAUDERDALE FLA'*' Rating at Dlsoargce SURFMANI






Name ME8DOR GROVER ROBERT service Number U COAST GUARD
,Enlisted a RECRUITING STATION VERO FLA,
Enr)l~" oate 6-21-18
Age at Entrance 19 YRS 9 MOS. Rte SURFMAN .
Home Address w Town VERO
S' County State FLA .
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION 4
205 MOS 0 DAYS SURFMAN MOS, 10 DAYS'







Remarks:


S. | '
10-31-19 VERO FLA, S
Date Discharge SURFMA
Place xctXXXIX X- Rating at Discharge






Name METCALFE EARL ELDEN Serlce Number U.S. COAST GUARD
ad t RECRUITING STATION T PA FLA. 2,
XxX Date 21717
Age at Entrance 17 YRS. Rate BOY 2 CLASS '4XXF. ;.
Home Addres PO. BOX 56 ..o Town LIMONA -
'D' cCounty S tate FLA, :
Served at From ____ To Served as No. Days

'COAST GUARD SWi ON 2 DAYS BOY 2 CLASS 2 DAYS
TAMPA FLA .'D






Remark: .





t. Discharge 48""i7 COAST GUARD STATION TAMPA BOY 2 CLASS
Place XXX KIX r FL Rating at Dlscmrgr.






Name MILLER PRINCE ALBERT service Number U,Sp COAST GUARD
En"".td RECRUITING.8TAION KEY WEST FLA.
S EnXXatXate 8, 13 17
Age at Entrance 28 YRS 6 MOS"' pRate BOY 2 CLASS T'n T'F.
SHome Addrea$ 1/2 THOMAS ST. Town KEY WEST
County State FLA
E Served at From To -' Served as No, Days
COAST GUARD :j
CUTTER TALLAPOOSA 1R.? MOM 28 DAYS BOY 1 CLASS 1 YR 2 MOS

28 DAYS





Remarks:





Dat Ds21'220 MOBILE ALA, BOY 1 CLASS
lDate Discharget Dl le
Place xxx'xg ty R Fatln at Discharge V

., .- -- -?



N am METTS HENRY GRADY serce Nume, U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted at RECRUITING STATION ? PENSACOLA FLA.
XlX( Dt. e 1-18-16
Age at Entrance 24 YRS, 4 MOS. R*at SURFMAN X ) (xKx .
HomeAddres 1002 EAST STRONG ST. Town PLNSACOLA
County State
SDerved at From To SeRvfrda No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO, 212 9 MOS. 11 DAYS

NO. I SURFMAN 9 MOS.
S1 DAYS



Remarks:





Date Discharg 1-17-18 PENSACOLA FLA, NO. 1- SURFMAN
Plac- e "" XRai Rwgat pischarz





















Name MINGO THOMAS ServiceNumber U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
Enl at RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST.FLA. :G
EnriXM(X Date 12-4- 6-
Ag at Entranc. 30 YRS 11 MOS Rate FIREMAN ae 124XF16
Home Address 711 CHATMAN LANE Town KEY WEST
E C county state FLA.
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD CUTTER '
TAMPA 1 YR, 4 MOS, 3 DANS
NEW YORK DIVISION FIREMAN 1 YR,4 MOS
.COAST GUARD DAYS 5 DAY
WATER TENDER 'A, 5 MOS
WATER TENDER 11 MOS, 3
DAYS

Remarks:

-



Date Discharge 8-16e8 NEW ORK N.Y. WATER LENDER '
Place I XXX)6X Rating at Dlsoharge .


"i





Name MOLLOY THOMAS MARCUS service Number U.S,. COAST GUARD
Enri.KXXa COMMISSIONED Date -19
EnKDXX oate 8-17-99. -(XX
ge t En.rnce 25 YRS. 2 MOS. Rate 3RD LIEUTENANT '" -.WxXXX
Home Address .. .. Town ST. PETERSBURG ,,
S' Cqunty .State FLA,
C Served at From To Served as No. Days

SI .
0 0 A18T GUARD CUTTER
COAT GUARD CUTTER 1ST LIEUTENANT 1 YR. 2
" ANDROSCOGGIN N ., 5 MOS 6 DAYS M -
R G"MOS 25 DAYS
COAST J ARD CUTTER CAPTAIN MS
RM '"L ," 5 MOS -. 12 DAYS. DAYS
DAYS
S COAST GUARD CUTTER A
? NOKOMIS 2 MOS 17 DAYS

Remarks:





Date Dischar ge .
Place Inactive Duty Rating at Dischare
'.*. '








MYERS'GEORG RANKLYN srvce Number US COAST GUARD
Name _" : '


cate di i FLA.
En DAYS.









Sae Olcharg U 1 8
Place Ina KWctve Duty O S. 4- Rating at DiURFcharge SU M
,*.. *o, e.*r.,, .714, N, 6TH AVE, 1. *. s "PENSACOLA .i
Co,.,r.,S FLA

COAST GUARD STATIONS
A.12 tEn11 Mnc 5 DAYS2M SURFMAN OB MOS 5
Home Address -,^4 N 5^ .To PENSACOLA








Dat Discharge State FLA8

#o2 I- M 5 DAYS Rti t carg SURFMAN O 5







pl.C. >intXK PENSACOLA FLA.




















Nam. MYERS JAMES AVID Servlc. Number U.S. COAST GUARD .
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION PENSACOLA FLA.
Enri at Date 4-17-6
Age at Entrance 27 YRS. 8 MOS. Rat SURFMAN 1
HomeAddress 24 SOUTH SPRING ST. Town PENSACOLA
B County State FLA.
Served at From Te Served as No. Days

NAvAL AERONAUTIC STAT ON
PENSACOLA FLA, 1 YR. 7 MWS 5 DAYS
SURFMAN 4 MOS
25 DAYS
SURFMAN NO. 1 MOS.
SURFMAN NO. 1 4 MOS,
MACHINIST A' 7 MOS/
R marks: 10 DAYS





0Dat. Oichrg. 12-23-19 MACHINIST A.
Place InacXXXXy PENSACOLA FLA A -, RatiUn at Discharge






Name NEWELL WILLIAM FOSTER service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
EnrdtX COAST GUARD CUTTER TAMPA
Enrq.D 2917 uD a
Age at Entrance 17 YRS, 8 MOS.Rate ELECTRIC IAN 3 CLASS-A. X X(X
Home Address 830 WEST ADAM ST. Town JACKSONVILLE T
County State FLA
A Served at From To Served as No. Days


COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA 6 MOS. 27 DAYS ELECTRICIAN
3 CLASS-A. 6 MOS,'
'4 .t ..
SELECTR' IC1AN ?
3 CLASS 27 YS


Remarks:


CROWNED IN FOREIGN WAATES-SINKING OF COAST GUARD CUTTER TAMPA 9-26-18
***. ? *' :. .. ,..

Date XKX#XX DIED 9-2618 ELECTR ICIAN 3 CLASS-A.
Place inX X 4-49 Ratng atg Discharge





Name. NUBLES WESLEY JAMES ser~oin( U S COAST GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA
Enr XX Date U. S. N.
Age at Entrance 20 YRS 6 MOS Rate BOY 1 CLASS U .>'X~ X
Home Address Town. GASPAR" .LA
C County State FLA
Served at From Te Served as No.,Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
TAMPA lYR 5 MOS 19 DAYS '
BOY 1 CLASS 1 YR 5 MO-

19 DAYS




Remarks:


DROWNED FOREIGN WATERS SINKING OF TAMPA -9-26-18


o.at .), DX XX DROWNED, 9-26-18 BOY.1 CLASS
Place xX (X** Rating at Discharge
.4 I :.*






















Nam. NORWOOD CALL' ALEXANDER s.,)eX XU S COAST GUARD
Enlistd at RECRUITING STATION LORAIN OHIO
En~OCC D. te 4-23-17
Age at Entrance 27 YRS 5 MOS **t SURFMAN XN.
Home Address Town TITUSV LLE
C county state FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION
204 1 YR 6 .MOs 18 DAYS
SURFMAN 1 YR 6 MOS
18 DAYS





Rmarks;






Place InJa*)X *X LORA I N OREGON 4--. Rating at Dlscharge SU RFMAN

aT





Nam. OSTEEN EDGAR Service Number U. .S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
at
Enro" X RECRUITING STATION OAK HILL FLA, ot, 9-10-17
Aatnrance 18 YRS. 6 MOS, Rate SURFMAN X( F
Home Address Town OAK H -ILL,
County State FLA.
B Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST QUARD STATION '
NO. 203 1 YR. 2 08 1 DAY SURFMAN 1 YR, 2
MOS 1 DAY





Remarks:





Date Discharge 7-18-"19 ..
Place 1*XXP)0V MOULTRIEVILLE S.C. -- atIn at Discharge %






Name .OSTEEN S WALTER WILLIAM Servlc&a Nurer U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted
EnrolxK at RECRUITING STATION-OAK HILL FLAoate 4-19-17 U.S. N.
Age *AEntrance 19 YRS,. Rate SURFMAN u.X ft .
Home Address ,,, Town OAK HILL

Served at C From To e as No. Days

S COAST GUARD STAT ON
NO. 203 1 MO, 9 DAYS SURFMAN 1 MO 0
SAYS





Remarks:



INI

ODat Discharge 5-28-17 SURFMAN
Place. IdCAX)6 OAK HILL FLA. sa-se Rat mDs char




.l i ..... ....

Name OTT GEORGE Service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION NORFOLK VA.
Enrol)( Date 4-18-10
Age atEntrance 18 YRS. Rat+ BOY 2 CLASS u)x
Home Address Town
STo" WARRINGTON
Served at FroCounm State FLA
Ssrvedt______ To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
PENSACOLA FLA. 1 YR. 5 AOS 14 DAY" ELECTRICIAN 1
CLASS 6 MOS 25
DAYS
GUNNER A. 10 MOS 19 i
DAYS

Remarks:



GUNNER A..

Date Discharge 9-20-18
Place P ( X)y PENSACOLA FLA. atin at Dicharge





Nam. OUGHTON- ROBERTR BOARD WALTIN Service Number
Enlisted UeS,COAST GUARD,
XiX at'RECRUITING STATION- FORT PIERCErFLA ot 7- U COAST GUAR
Age at Entrance 24 YRS 2 MO Rate COOK OT X *Xk)(XX
Home Address Town FORT PIERCE
County State FL '.
S i Served at I From To Sedrv. as rN. D. '


", COAST GUARD STATION
206 3 MOS 18 DAYS COOK 3 MO0

:18 DA Y


41
Remarks:





Date D.icharge 1-31-19 COOK
Place XX')?. FORT PIERCE FLA, .-e. Rating at Discharge







Name PARKER- STANLEY VINCENT Service Number CAST GUAR
** nlat s & COMMISSIONED" -. ;r -
:. E l : Date 10-27-G6 X'
'A. at Entrano. 21 YRS Rate 3RD LIEUTENANT C H
Home Addr.. 12e6 IlRTH 12TH AVE,' brown PENSACGLA
County State FLA.
SServed at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD
NAVAL AIR STATION 1ST LIEUTENANT 1YR
SPENiACOLA FLA. 8 MOS 5 DAYS. MOS
'',COAST CUARD 25 DOAYS
,:.' 'NAVAL. AIR STATI ON CAPTAIN 4 MOS
S KY WEST FLA. 7 MOS 25 DAYS C. AYU -
COAST GUARD
IOCKAWAY BEACH-LI,-
R.mark.: N.Y. 1'MOS 5 DAYS





Date Discharge j
Place Inactive Duty .-. -6 Rating at Dlichargl ,j





Name PARSLEY- BUREN WILLIE E Service Nu.ab.l U.SCOAST GUARD
Enllsted
SEnld at RECRUITING STATION- VERO FLA. at 4-18-17
Uat.. 4-18-N17 .S.
Age at Entrance 25 YRS 7 MOS ate .SURFM AN XxXX
Home Address -- TownVERO
County State FL A. ,J
B Served at n From Te Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
205 YR: MOS 24 DAYS SURFMAN 1 YR
6 MOS
24 DAYS




S temarks:

i




Date Disaharge
Place Inactive Duty 4-- Rating at Disclt ar&




Name PEACE EARNICE Service Number .:U.S.. COASTSGUARD
Enlisted COATGUARD
XM1Ad at RECRUIT NG STATION- ROC.HESTER N.Yqte 6-25-18 :'
", : :, -i : U. S. N.
S Ag at entrance 19 YRS. 7 MOS. Rate SURFMAN )3X( F.
Home Address 0i Town. CAURTUAR .
County State
D Served at From To '" A No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO. 203 4 MOS. 16 DAYS SURFMAN 4 MOS.
/ '- 16 DAYS





Remarks:





Date Discharge 10--31*19 ROCHESTER N. Y* SURFMAN
Place X 1. <-54 Rating at Discharge 4





-- 4 -*. I I.'

Home address aa t t time of- el:' r..ia en ..

Courna Floria;..

,Bon November 6, 1898' at Dblin;, Georgia..'










.. ... .. ...... ....... .. .. . .. .. *.................:: .;. ..




A-1
Name PHI LLIPS3 HENRY ENALDA Service Number U. CO AST GUARD

SteX COAST GUARD CUTTER- PENROSE Dte 12-9- us.N.
Age at Entrance 43 YRS 6 MOS Rate OILER 2 CLASS ('X'X "'
Home Address R.F.D,- 3 Tow" PENSACOLA
County State FLA.
B Served at From To ,Served as No. Days

G cOAST GUARD CUTTER
pENROSE. 1 YR 7 M03 6 DAYS 01LER.2 CLASS YR

7 MOS
6 DAYS








ii
Remark, E ,





Date Discharge
Place Inactive Duty "4-54 Ratlni at Discharge

-. -. .-..


Name. PIERCE" CHARLES LEON Service Number COAST UA
- Enlisted ",
,Enrit at RECRUITING STATION- TAMPA FLA. j ,
.I.XX D at, 5-16-17.
Ag at Entrance 22 YRS 1 MO RateBUGLER YNTcN Y
Home Address Towr
County Stat. LA,
Served at From To Served as No. Days

DBULER .'1 MO
COAST GUARD CUTTER ORDINARY SEAMAN 6 MOS
15 DAY :
TALLAPOOSA 1 YR 5 M0 9 DAYS E, AN 4 MO
QUARTERMASTER-A 3 MOS 1 ,
QUAHTERIASTER 2 MOS
24 DAYS
Remarks: .





at. DOlcharge 10-2518 UARTEMASTER
Place iXXM(X(. SOUTH BALTIMORE- MDO R Dat** : m OiaO -- '





N. PI IROINEN-., .JOHANNES Service Numbr.
Na FLAService Number
Enlisted RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST FLA UtS .COAST GUARD
SEnro9 X at Date 1. *.
Age at Entrnc.20 YRS3 MOS : ORDINARY SEAMAN K
Home Addreo Town SAVONR ANTE
towy F INLAND
County State
Served at From To Served as No. Dys

R,0.- NEW YORK N.Y, 2 MOS 27 DAYS pr.::.
QUARTERMASTER 2 MO0
S COAST GUARD CUTTER 2 .. 'DAYS
YAMACRAW MOS 28 DAYS ,G..N
SIGNAL. I- 41
.QUARTERMAOrtRIA 4 MOS
S2 DAYS

Remarks:




ate c, 10117 SIGNAL .',. QUARTER STER-;A
Place I'XX>KX GIBRALTAR SPAIN 4-"" Ratlng at Discharg

---....... --......- ..--...-. -___ L _----_ ___ __._.... ._.




SOrginalyy enlisted in .Coast Guard November 1, 1911, on the FOIRWAVID, :
at Key West, Florida' aa an Ordinary Seaman. Rated Seaman on 4-4-12 .
Tr. to 'TAPA on Auguat 19, 1912." *. .- : -:.
Rated Signal Quartermaster on August 1, 1915. ,
Tr. to SEIECA on Qot, 19, 1916, and disrated to Coxswain
hating changed to Quartermastey on Oct* 19, 1916. .
Tr. to Rcruiting ;Office, Nedw York, IT Y. on March 1, 1917. .... .: :
Rated Sig Quarteromater (a) on Apri, 20, 1917.
'Disrated to Quartermaster on June22, :1917 : :
Tr, to YAMABCRA.W on Ju3ly 3, 1917. "
Rated Sig. Quartermaster (a) on September 1, 1917. '
Honorably discharged on, October 51, 1917.. .

.,Bodrnat St. ~iobhel, Finland, on October 25, 1890,:. ;: : :; -
Honme address: given on eliotment contracts as Savonrante, Finland, .





.' ..


t .







Name QUARR IER"JOHN OLIVER Service Number U,S COAST GUARD
SEnIsted
EnrXl at RECRUITING STATION GRAND ISLE LA. Data 10-6-15 U .
Age at Entrance 25 YRS 8 MOS, Rate SURFMAN ,. XXKX
Home address Town
R.F.D cint, state PENSACOLA .
Served at From To Serve as No. Days


COAST GUARD STATIONN
NO. 215 9 MOS 25 DAYS
COAST GUARD STATION SURFMAN 1 YR.
NO. 212 9 MOS. 10 DAYS 7 MOS
S5 DAYS








Da,. DoLscr.arg 6-12-19 PENSACOLA FLA. SURFMAN





N am PORTER* EDWARD BARNARD Service Number
,.ll U.SCOAST GaUARO D :
En -ted NAVAL AIR STATION- PENSACOLA FLA. A
Enrt X Date
Age at Entrance 28 YRS 7 MOS Ra?'ELECTRICIAN 3 CLASS-A i
Home Address own APALAI COLA
County ; State FLA
B Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD
NAVAL AIR STATION ELECTRICIAN-A A MOS
PENSACOLA FLA, 2 DAYS ELECTRfI C AN 9 MoS

COAST GUARD STATION 22 DAYS
-APALACHICOLA-FLA. 1 YR 20 DAYS



Remarks:





Date Dlsharge
Place inactive Duty -*l Rating at Discharge





















Name POPPELL- FELt GEORGE ServiceNumber US.COAST GUARD
Enlste.d RECRUITING STATION- FORT PIERCE- FLA
SEnr' x" oate 4-17-17 .
aftRx x U. S. N.
AgeatEntrance 18 Y 3 MOS Rate SURFMAN 9(XkK-XX
Home Address Town AY
County State FLA.
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
206 2 MOS 28 DAYS
8 SURFMAN 2 MOS
COAST GUARD CUTTER 28 DAYS
TAMPA 1 YR 2 MOS 11 DAYS ORDINARY SEAMAN 1 YR
2 MOS
11 -DAYS
Remarks:
DROWNED IN FOREIGN WATERS- SINKING OF COAST GUARD CUTTER-TAMPA
/ 9-26-18


Da D, 9-26-18 ORDINARY SEAMI N
Place Inc-^XrX COAST GUARD CUTTER- TAMPA?-" Rating at Disoarge





.'Name QUARTERMAN- GEORGE MIDDLETON service Number US COAST GUARD
Entiated
t X RECRUITING STATION TITUSVILLE FLAte. 4 -o-17
ntXXX U SN.
Age at Entrance 30 YRS Rate SURFMAN NO- 1 X'XXXX
Home Address Town TITUSVILLE ..
SCounty State FLA. .
C Seryad at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
204 1 YR 7 MO. 6 DAYS SURFMAN NO 1 1YR 7 MOS

6 DAYS




Remarks:



:

Datj Discharge
Place Inactive Duty 4<-44 Rain.. at Discharge
.I~




Name QUARTERMAN ORLANDO erv Number COAST GUARD
...aORNO.AUS. COAST GUARD
En teda RECRUITING STATION MIAMI FLA.
nE"'r X ate 4U7 s. .
Ae atEntrance 38 YRS. 10 MOS. Rate SURFMAN u.X'XXKXXXX
Home Address Tn. M'0 Trown LEMON CITY
County State
A Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO 209 1 MO(. 26 DAYS SURFMAN 1 MO
S26 DAYS





SRmarks:





oate Disharge 6-2-17 MIAMI FLA; SURFMAN
Place Ir, XS- *-Ms, Rating at Difchargo






Nam. RAH-iMNGS- FELIX ALBQTT Service Number
Enllsted
e roi(X at RECRUITING STATION KEY WEST FLA Date 7-21-17 U.S. COAST GUARI
Age atEntrance 26 YRS 2 MOS Ra,. BOY 1 CLASS A'4xxxx
HomeAddress SAMITON ST.- DANE & ALLEN LANE T. KEY WEST
H County State. FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD CUTTER
SENECA 1 YR 3 MO 21 DAYS BY 1 CLASS 11 DAYS
COOK 1 YR 3 MO
S' 10 DA S




Remarks:





6-13-19
Date Discharge COOK
Place XXXX BALTIMORE MD 4-5 Rating at DlscMare




SName RAND" DOMINIGK RUDGER Service Number
Enlisted COAST GUARD
EnroX at RECRUITING STATION PENSACOLA FLA Date 2-18 U.S. COAST GUARD
Age at Entrance 21 YRS RateSURFMAN KXX
H-ome Address. 5242 2ARRAGOSSA ST ownPENSACOLA
H County Stat e. FL
Served at From To Served as No. Days
COAST GUARD STATION
NO 212 7,MO 9 DAYS SURFMAN 7 MO 9 DAYS







Remarks:





Date DIscharge 41-19 S URFMAN
Place mKKXXXX PENS ACOLA FLA ,--4 r ,Dtosrae,






Name REED- HIRAM JESSIE Service tiumber
Enlisted
roaXt RECRUITING STATION TITUSVILLE FLA 22. U.S. COAST GUARD
Enrol* TL Date '22-18
Age t Entrance 23 YRS 8 MOS Rate COOK 7at GU F. A
Home Address XX : Town TI TUSV ILLE.-
H County State FLA
Served at From To ..- Served as No. Days

COAST GUARD STATION
NO 204 3 MO 19 DAYS COOK 3 MO 19 DAYS







Remarks:





Pate Discharge 7-21-19 -
SCOOK
Place X)WXXX T TITUSVILLE FLA Rating at Dlsoseargl





Name REVELL- AUBRY GWYNN service Number U.S. COAST GUARD
Ented at RECRUITING STATION TAMPA FLA.
Enr)i( Date 10-7*17
SYR MO U. S. N.
Age.t Entrance 2 YR MOS. ORDINARY, SEAMAN u'X,(X(
Home Address Town TERRA CIA
F County State FLA
Served at From To Served as No. Days


CO AST GUARD CUTTER
TALLAPOOSA 1 YR 1 MO 4 DAYS ORDINARY SEAMAN 3MOS 24 DAYS

BOY 1ST''CLASS 9 MOS.IO
DAYS


Remarks:

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Date Discharge 2022 19 "
Place XX<(( XXK JACKSONV ILLE FLA, 4-" Rating at D1.4.arBOY 1ST CLASS




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