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NOTES. 

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1. EiT()re ior omissioha: flbcOiJd -be immediately reported to the Bureau of Navigation by the 
officer concerned. * ' . • 

2. Tfie^Agixs^tt^mhffr^ hcr^n shown are to be used as indicated in the introduction to the 
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Officers whose names are printed in italics have been advanced for war service during the 
war with Spain, or other war service as indicated. 



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■ NAVY DEPARTMENlJMiV. 



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Secretary op the Navy, • " 

Hlonorable AV^ILLI^M: HEJSTRY M:00±>Y. 

Assistant Secretaryy ^ 

Honorable Charles Hial Darling. j 

Benjamin F. Peters .Chief Clerk. 

Fred L. Fishback >. Private Secretary. 

H. C. Gauss Confidential Clerk. 

bureau of yards and docks. 
Civil Enmneer * Mordbcai T. Endicott, U. S. N Chief of the Bureau. 



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William M. Smith Chief Clerk. 

bureau op equipment. 

Rear- Admiral Royal B. Bradford, U. S. N Chief of the Bureau. 

Augustus C. Wrenn Chief Clerk. 

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION. 

Rear- Admiral Henry C. Taylor, U. S. N Chief of the Bureau. 

Captain William S. Cowles, U. S. N Assistant to the Bure 

Edward W. Callahan Chief Clerk. 



BUREAU OF ORDNANCE. 



Rear- Admiral Charles O'Neil, U. S. N Chief of the Bureau. 

Lieutenant Volney O. Chase, IJ. S. N Assistant to the Bureau. 

Edwin S. Brandt Chief Clerk. 

BUREAU OP CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR. 

Chief Constructor * Francis T. Bowles, U. S. N Chief of the Bureau. 

Darius A. Green Chief Clerk. 

BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING. 

Engineef-in-Chief * George W. Melville, U. S. N Chief of the Bureau. 

William H. H. Smith Chief Clerk. 

BUREAU OF SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS. 

Paymaster-General * Albert S. Kenny, U. S. N Chief of the Bureau. 

Paymaster George W. Simpson, U. S. N Assistant to the Bureau. 

Nathaniel S. Faucett Chief Clerk. 

BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY. 

Surgeon-General * Presley M. Rixey, U. S. N Chief of the Bureau. 

Surgeon John F. Urie, IT. S. N Assistant to the Bureau. 

Charles T. Earle Chief Clerk. 

OFFICE OF THE JUDGE-ADVOCA TE-GENERAL. 

Captain Samuel C. Lemly, U. S. N. (retired) Judge- Advocate-General. 

Edwin P. Hanna Solicitor. 

Pickens Neagle Chief Clerk. 

*With the rank of Rear-AdmiraL 

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ADMIRAL AND BEAB-ADMIBALS. 



ADMIRAL (i). 



Name. 



George Dewey. 



Present duty or station. 



Commanding mobilized fleet |. 



Date 

of present 

duty or 

leave. 



29 Mar. 00 



Expira- I 

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last 

cruise or ' 

tour of 

sea 
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Oct. 99 



REAR-ADMIRALS (24). 

(Six additional in grade.) 





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George Collier Remey 

John Crittenden Watson 

Silas Casey 

Francis John Higginson* 

Frederick Rodgers 

Louis Kempf! 

George Watson Sumner 

Albert Smith Barker 

Charles Stanhope Cotton 

Robley Dunglison Evans * f 

SikLS Wright Terry 1 

Merrill Miller 

John Joseph Read 

Henry Clay Taylor* 

Mortimer Lawrence Johnson . 

Prank Wildes*..' 

Henry Glass 

Charles Edgar Clark * 

Philip Henry Cooper 

Arent Schuyler Crowninshield 
Joseph Bullock Ooghlan * 

James Hoban Sands 

Yates Stirling 

William Clinton Wise 



Chairman Light-House Board j 6 May 02 

Pres. Naval Examining and Retiring Boardsi 21 July 02 
Commanding U. S. Pacific Squadron 28 Jan. 01 

Commanding U. S. North Atlantic Fleet 1 May 01 

Leave abroad IJan. 03 

Superintendent Pacific Naval District 24 June 02 

Commanding U. S. South Atlantic Squadron 5 Feb. 02 

Commandant navy-yard, New York 17 July 00 

Commandant navy-yard, Norfolk 16 July 00 

Commanding U. S. Asiatic Fleet 8 Apr. 02 

Commandant navy-yard, Washington 24 Mar. 00 

Commandant navy-yard, Mare Island 11 July 00 

Commandant navy-yard, Portsmouth 1 Apr. 01 

Chief of stalf , mobilized fleet If 29 Apr. 02 

Commandant navy-yard, Boston 3 Oct. 01 

Returning from Asiatic Station 22 Dec. 02 

Ordered to command U. S. Pacific Squadron . ! 27 Dec. 02 
Governor Naval Home 17 Sept. 01 



Ord. Com'd Northern Sq., U. S. Asiatic fleet 

Commanding U. S. European Squadron 

Comd'gCaribbeanSquadron, U.S. N. A. Fleet 

Ordered command CoastSq., U. S. N. A. Fleet 
Ord. Com'd PhilippineSq., U. S. Asiatic Fleet 
C/ommandant navy-yard, Pensacola | . . . 



24 Dec. 02 
30 Apr. 02 
2 June 02 

27 Dec. 02 
27 Dec. 02 
2 Oct. 02 



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Oct. 98 

Dec. 02 

Dec. 98 

Aug. 98 

Apr. 01 

Apr. 97 

June 99 

Aug. 98 

Aug. 02 

Sept. 98 



* Additional number in grade. 

t Advanced by numbers for gallant conduct at capture of Fort Fisher, January, 1865. 

X Advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant, 22 July, 1864, for gallant conduct on expedition up Red River. 

II Also Superintendent Gulf Naval District. 

§ Also Senior Member General Board. 

f Also Chief Bureau Navigation. 



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ADMIRAL(x). 



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REAR. ADMIRALS (24). 

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20 Sept. 55 
29 Sept. 56 
25 Sept. 56 

21 Sept. 57 
25 Sept. 57 



20 Sept. 58 
25 Oct. 59 

23 Sept. 58 

20 Sept. 60 
28 Sept. 58 

28 Nov. 59 

21 Sept. 58 

20 Sept. 60 

29 Nov. 59 

21 Sept. 60 

24 Sept. 60 
29 Sept. 60 

28 Sept. 60 
21 Sept. 60 
27 Sept. 60 

25 Nov. 59 
27 Sept. 60 

29 Sept. 60 



22 Nov. 98 

3 Mar. 99 

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Kentucky 

Rhode Island . 

Massachusetts . 

Maryland 

Illinois 



do Michigan 

10 Oct. 99 I Massachusetts . 
27 Mar. 00 Wisconsin 



11 Feb. 01 

29 Mar. 00 

IJuly 00 

29 Nov. 00 
11 Feb. 01 
29 Jan. 01 

9 Oct. 01 

do.... 

16 June 02 

9 Feb. 02 
16 Mar. 02 
11 Apr. 02 



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14 June 02 



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Kentucky . 
Ohio 



New Jersey 

District of Columbia. 
Massachusetts 



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Vermont .. 



New York . 

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District of Columbia. 

Maryland 

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Kentucky. 
New York. 

Massachusetts. 

Maryland. 

Illinois. 

Kentucky. 

Massachusetts. 

Wisconsin. 

Utah. 

Kentucky. 

Ohio. 

New Jersey. 

Ohio. 

Massachusetts. 

Do. 
Illinois. 
Vermont. 

New York. 

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Illinois. 

Maryland. 

Do. 
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CAPTAINS. 



CAPTAINS (75). 

(Five additional in grade.) 




81 



Francis Augitsttis Cook 

Pumell Frederick Harring^n . 

tieorge Wallace MelTliie* $ 

Charles Dwight Sigt^ee 

Colby Mitchell Chester 



Charles James Barclay 

Benjamin Peffer LambierUm . 

French Enaor Ckadwick 

Bowman Hendry McCalla | . . 
William Henry Whiting . . . 



€harle§0'NeIl* 

Caspar Frederick Goodrich 

Theodore Frelinghuysen Jewell . 

William Mavhew Folger 

Francis William Dickins 



George Francis Faxon Wilde . 
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Charles Henry Davis 
Charles Jackson Train . 
George Wood Pigman . . 
George Albert Converse 



Royal Bird Bradford * 

Joseph Edgar Craig 

Charles Mitchell Thomas . 

Albert Sydney Snow 

George Cook Reiter 



Willard Herbert Brownson. 
WUliam Whitman Mead . . . 

Edwin Longnecker 

Thomas Perry 

Charles Herbert Stockton . . 



Asa Walker^ 

Henry Ware Lyon 

James Henry Dayton 

Morris Robinson.Slidell Mackenzie 

Charles Stillman Sperry 



John Jacob Hunker 

William Turnbull Burwell . 

Franklin Hanford 

Robert Mallory Berry 

Samuel Williams Very 



Henry Newman Manney 

William, Thomas Swinburne f 

Joseph Newton Hemphill 

Abraham Bruyn Hasorouck Lillie . 
William Hemsley Emory 



George Augustus Blcknell. 
Charles Thomas Hutchins. 
Benjamin Franklin Tilley. 

Harry Knox 

John Porter Merrell 



Member Examining and Retiring Boards. . 

Captain, navy-yard. New York 

Chief Bureau of Steam Engineering 

Chief Intelligence Officer 

Superintendent Naval Observatory 



Captain, navy-yard, Boston 

Member Light-House Board 

President Naval War College 

Ordered command tr. sta., San Francisco. 
Commandant, naval station, Hawaii 



Chief Bureau of Ordnance 

Commanding Minneapolis 

Member Examining and Retiring Boards. 

Light-house inspector, 3d district 

Commanding Independence 



Captain, navy-yard, Portsmouth 

Commanding Alabama 

President Board Inspection and Survey . . 

Commanding Wabash 

Commanding Illinois 



Chief of Bureau of Equipment 

Ordered Captain, navy-yard, Norfolk . 

Commanding Franklin 

Commanding Columbia 

Waiting orders 



Superintendent Naval Academy 

Commanding Constellation 

Commandant naval station. Port Royal J. 

Commanding Iowa 

Commanding Kentucky 



Commanding San Francisco . 

Commanding Olympia 

Commanding Chicago 

Commanding New York 

Commanding New Orleans. . . 



Ordered to command New York 

Commanding Oregon 

Returning from Asiatic station 

Ordered to command Kentucky 

Ordnance officer, navy -yard, Boston 

Commanding Massachusetts 

Commanding Texas 

Commanding Kearnarge 

Ordered Captain, navy-yard. League Island 
Commanding Indiana 



Commandant naval station, Key Weft 

Secretary Light-House Board 

Captain, navy- yard, Mare Island 

Senior Abst. Pacific Naval District 

Commandant naval station. New Orleans. 



2 May 99 
20 May 02 
9 Aug. 87 

26 Jan. 00 

1 Nov. 02 

6 Jan. 01 

2 July 00 

25 Oct 00 

27 Dec. 02 

24 July 02 

1 June 97 
6 Dec. 01 
18 Sept. 01 
16 May 01 
6 Aug. 02 

28 Sept. 01 

3 Nov. 02 

4 May 01 

12 Dec. 01 
16 Sept. 01 

18 Dec. 97 

30 Dec. 02 

13 Mar. 02 

15 Mar. 01 
10 Dec. 02 

6 Nov. 02 
3 Sept. 02 

26 Mar. 01 

1 Apr. 01 

3 Mar. 01 

2 Jan. 02 

25 Jan. 02 

8 May 01 

16 Feb. 01 

4 Feb. 01 

9 Dec. 02 

29 Aug. 02 
4 Dec. 02 

29 Dec. 02 
28 Sept. 01 

2 May 01 
8 Nov. 02 
10 May 02 

31 Dec. 02 
23 Aug. 02 

14 Aug. 02 
1 Nov. 02 

10 Feb. 02 

17 Dec. 02 

15 Nov. 01 



Expira- 


tion of 


last 


cruise or 


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sea 


service. 


Apr. 


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June 


98 


Nov. 


H4 


Jan. 


00 


Mar. 


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Oct. 


99 


Nov. 


99 


Dec. 


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May 


02 


July 


99 


Mar. 


96 


June 


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Feb. 


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May 


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Jan. 


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Sept. 


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May 


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July 


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99 


July 


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Feb. 


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Nov. 


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Jan. 


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Dec. 


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May 


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June 


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Aug. 


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June 


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May 


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* With the rank of Rear- Admiral. 
+ Additional number in ^rade. 
I Also charge naval station, Charleston, S. C. 
S To perform engineer duty only, on shore only. 

I Advanced for service in war with Spain; also advanced three numbers for service with Pekin relief column 
June, 1900. 



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Date of 

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20 Sept. 61 

29 July 61 

27 Sept. 59 
31 Oct. 59 

21 Sept. 60 
21 Sept. 61 

28 Sept. 61 

30 Nov. 61 
21 Sept. 60 

lApr. 62 
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20 Sept. 61 

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30 Dec. 61 

24 Sept. 61 

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14 Nov. 61 

21 Nov. 62 
7 Oct. 62 

27 Sept. 62 

29 Sept. 62 

26 Sept. 62 

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30 Sept. 62 
29 Nov. 62 
31Jan. 62 

23 Feb. 63 

24 Sept. 61 
29 Sept. 62 

25 Sept.' 62 
23 Sept. 62 

2 Dec, 61 
2 Jan. 62 

23 Sept. 63 
2 Mar. 63 

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1 Mar. 95 

3 Mar. 99 

21 Mar. 97 

12 June 96 

lOct. 96 
11 May 98 

7 Nov. 97 
10 Aug. 98 
19 June 97 

21 July 97 
16 Sept. 97 

1 Feb. 98 
6 Feb. 98 
3 July 98 

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29 Jan. 01 
11 Feb. 01 
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do. 

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New Jersey 

New York 



England 

Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia . 

Ohio 

New York 



Massachusetts . 

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Indiana 

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Maine 

New York 

Pennsylvania . 

Maine 

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New York 

Kentucky 

Pennsylvania . 

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Pennsylvania . 



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Massachusetts . . . 

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New York 

Kentucky 

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Ohio 

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Pennsylvania . 
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New York. 

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Pennsylvania. 

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New Jersey. 
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Massachusetts. 

Connecticut. 

Virginia. 

Ohio. 

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Massachusetts. 

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Maine. 
New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
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Kentucky. 
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Minnesota. 

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Ohio 

New York. 

District of Columbia. 

Indiana. 
Pennsylvania. 
Rhode Island. 
Ohio. 
Michigan. 



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t Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 



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Date 

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Expira- ' 
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Joseph Giles Eaton 

Eugene Henry Cozzens Leutze . 

Uriel Sebree 

Albert Reynolds CJouden 

Edwin Conway Pendleton 



William Swift 

Henry Buckingham Mansfield . 

Charles Rafael Roelker $ 

Albert Ross 

Richardson Clover 



Member Naval Ex. and Ret. Boards . 

Commanding Maine 

Commanding Wheeling 

Asiatic station t - - ^ 

Superintendent gun factory 



Staflf mobilized fleet 

Charge recruiting rendezvous. New York. 

Member Board Inspection and Survey 

Commanding Buffalo 

Naval attach^, London 



James Madison Miller 

John Van Benthuysen Bleecker. . 

Andrew Dunlap 

John Addison Baxter S/nith § 

Harrison Gray Otis Colby 



Leavitt Curtis Logan 

Alexander Berry Bates S * . 
Conwav Hillvei Arnold . . 
William Sheftield Cowles. 
Robert Wiley MiUiganl*.. 



Navy-yard, New York 

Captain, navy-yard. Puget Sound 

Commandant naval station, San Juan, P. R. 

Navy-yard, New York 

Charge recruiting rendezvous, Boston 



Edward David Taussig 

Richard Inch S * 

John Elliott Pillsbury 

William Heron Reeder 

George Washington Baird $ | Supt. State, War, and Navy building. , 



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Navy-yard, League Island 

Senior Member Wireless Telegraphy Board. 

Assistant to Bureau of Navigation X 

Navy yard, Norfolk 

Ordered Captain, navy-yard, Pensacola 

Inspector machinery, Newport News 

Staff mobilized fleet 

Commanding Hartford. 



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* Additional number in grade. 

t Commandant naval station, Cavite. 

i Also aid to the President. 

J To perform engineer duty only, on shore only. 

I Subject to confirmation. 



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Member Examining Board 

InHpection duty (Bu. S. Eng. and Ord.) 

Naval Home, Philadelphia 

Inspector machinery, Union Iron Works. . . 
Navy-yard, BoHton 



Charles Whiteside Roe % 

Harrie Webster 5 

Charles Carpenter Comwell 

Holland Newton Stevenson | 

George Hammeken Keamy | 

Adolph Marix 

Raymond Perry Rodgers 

William Sturtevant Moore § 

Royal Rodne> Ingersoll C'ommanding Helena 

Seaton Schroeder Naval Governor, Island of Guam 



Present duty or station. 



Asiatic Statibn*..-. 

Equipment officer, navy-yard, New York . . 
Inspection duty (Bureau Steam Eng.) 



Duncan Kennedy 

Richard Wainvfrtghi 

Jefferson Franklin Moser . . 
Franklin Jeremiah Drake.. 
Thomas Chalmers McLean . 



William Jay Bamette . . 
Francis Henry Delano . 
Charles Thomas Forse. . 

Edwin King Moore 

John Augtustus Rodgers . 



Albion Varette Wadhams . 

JamcH Dext,3r Adams 

James Kelsey CogsioeU 

Frederic Singer . 



Commanding Prairie 

Commanding Newark 

CommandingPensacola 

(Commanding Monterey ^ 

Charge recruiting rendezvous, Baltimore. 



Member General Boardt 

Ord. officer, navy-yard, Portsmouth 



Waiting oraers . 

Equipment officer, navy-yard, Boston . 

Commanding Albany 



William Henry Everett 

John Mitchell Hawley 

Gottfried Blocklinger 

Perry Garst 

Arthur Bayard Speyers ». . 



Ebenezer Scudder Prime. 

William Parker Potter 

Nathan Errick Niles 

Oiies Bates Harber 

John Bradford Briggs 



Newton Eliphalet Maxon 

Thomas Holdup Stevens. . . 
Julien St. Clair Ogden § . . . . 
Charles Plummer Perkins. 
Charles Grimes Bowman.. 



William Henry Beehler . 
Arthur Phillips Nazco... 
William Wirt Kimball... 
William Plummer Day.. 
John Clarke Wilson 



George Partridge Colvocoresses . 

Uriah Rose Harris 

Richard Graham Davenport . . 

John Alexander Norris 

Edward Buttevant Barry 



Herbert Winslow 

William Henry Turner 

Charles Ell wood Colahan 

Albert Gleaves Berry 

Nathaniel Jordan Knight Patch . 



Thomas Stowell Phelps 

Karl Rohrer 

John Augustine Heard Nickels. 

Clinton Kidd Curtis 

Theodoric Porter 



War Colle 

Navy-yard, New York . 

Equip, officer, navy-yard, Portsmouth. 

Commanding Solace . 



James Russell Selfridge Commanding Princeton 



Ordnance officer, navy-yard, Norfolk. 

Inspector, 5th light-house district 

Commanding Vicksburg 

Inspector. 10th light-house district 

Commanding Glacier 



Commandant naval station, Olongapo . . 

Commanding Ranger 

Commanding Nashville 

Naval attach^, Paris and St. Petersburg . 
Ordnance officer, navy-yard. New York . 



Commanding Cincinnati 

Waiting orders 

Inspection duty (Bureau Steam Eng.). 

Commanding Boston 

Inspector, 6th light-house district 



Asiatic Station 

Commanding Raleigh. . 

Commanding Alert 

Commanding Mohican. 
Commanding Panther . 



Commanding Lancaster 

Commanding Wilmington 

Navy-yard, Washington : . 

Asiatic Station 

Returning from Asiatic Station . 



Inspector. 11th light-house district. 

Commanding Atlanta , 

Naval Academy 

Commanding Puritan 

Commanding Montgomery 



Commanding Marblehead 

Returning from Asiatic Station 

Commanding Topeka 

Equipment officer, navy-yard, Norfolk. 
Asiatic Station 



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duty or 

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3 Feb. 00 

2 Mar. 01 

23 Aug. 99 
19 Mar. 00 

19 Apr. 01 
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7 Feb. 99 

5 Apr. 01 

19 July 00 

21 Oct. 02 

3 Nov. 02 
2 Jan. 02 

17 Mar. 01 

6 Nov. 02 

27 Jan. 02 
6 Dec. 02 

12 Sept. 02 

15 Oct. 01 
11 Feb. 02 

6 Dec. 02 
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31 May 01 

5 Aug. 02 

19 Mar. 02 

7 Nov. 02 

28 Aug. 02 
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27 Nov. 00 

11 Nov. 01 

6 Sept. 00 
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26 Feb. 01 

16 Sept. 02 

20 Dec. 02 
26 Aug. 01 

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7 Sept. 02 

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28 Sept. 01 

2 Aug. 97 

31 Aug. 02 

9 Aug. 02 

23 Aug. 02 
10 Dec. 01 
15 July 02 

10 Nov. 02 

24 Dec. 02 
5 Sept. 01 

12 Nov. 01 
2 May 01 



* Captain of port, Manila, P. I., and charge branch hydrographic office, Manila. 

J Also member Board of Engineers, War Department. 
To perform engineer duty only, on shore oaly. 



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Connecticut. 
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Pennsylvania. 

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Indiana. 
Georgia. 
Pennsylvania, 
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Do. 
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Pennsylvania. 
At large. 
Massachusetts. 

Son of officer. 
Missouri. 
Mississippi. 
West Virginia. 
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Daniel Delehanty Vincent Stuart 

Charles Albert Adams 

Kossuth Nlles 

Warner Baldwin Bayley 5 * 

Dennis Hart Mahan 

James Hillhouse Perry 8 

Albert Firman Dixon § 

Edward MerrUt Hughes* 

Samuel Pancoast Comly 

John Hubbard 

Alexander McCrackin 

George Leland Dyer 

Corvrin Pottenger Bees * 

Lewis Cass Heilner 

Joseph Ballard Murdock 

Hugo Osterhaus 

Albert Caldwell IHUingham* 

John Bartholomew Collins 

Charles Edward Vreeland 

Nathan Sargent 

James Henry Bull 

Greenlief Augustus Merriam 

John Brown Milton 

William Henry Nauman § 

Aaron Ward * 

George William Mentz 

Sidney Augustus Staunton 

Charles Ward Bartlett 

Chauncey Thomas 

William Alexander Marshall 

John Emil Roller 

Carlos Gilman Calkins 

William Elbridge Sewell 

Henry McCrea 

Edward Frank Qualtrough 

Luden Young* |l 

Asher Carter Baker 

William Henry Hudson Southerland. 

Charles Eben Fox 

John Charles Fremont 

Albert Mertz 

Rogers Harrison Gait 

Vincendon Lazarus Cottman 

Frank Ezra Sawyer 

Thomas Benton Howard 

Walter Cleveland Cowles 

Austin Melvin Knight 

Charles Johnston Badger 

Samuel. Willauer Black Diehl | 

Reginald Fairfax Nicholson 

Edmund Beardsley Underwood 

William Frederick Halsey 

Frank Adams Wilner 

Henry Morrell 

William Winder** 

Charles Brainard Taylor Moore**. .. 

Ten Evck De Witt Veeder 

Alfred Reynolds ** 



Commanding pon Juan de Austria 

Navy-yard, New York 

Light-nouse inspector, 8th district 

Inspection duty (Bureau Steam Eng.) 

Commanding Monadnock 

Bureau Steam Engineering 

Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Commanding Annapolis 

Commanding Alliance 

Ordered to command Nashville 

Ordnance officer, navy-yard, Mare Island. . 

Asiatic Station 

Commanding Monongahela 

Commanding Essex 

Ordered to command Alliance 

Naval Academy 

Commanding Detroit 

Asiatic Station 

Commanding Arkansas 

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Light-house inspector, 7th district 

Light-house inspector, 1st district 

Light-house inspector, 12th district 

Inspector machinery, Bath, Me 

Commanding Yorktown 

Charge light-house estab., Porto Rico 

Commanding Rainbow 

Light-house inspector, 2d district 

Com. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. . 
Light-house inspector, 15th district 

Waiting orders 

Light-house inspector, 13th district 

'Commanding Supply J 

Commanding Machias 

Supervisor harbor. New York 

Light-house inspector, 9th district 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition 

Hydrographer 

Commanding Adams 

Member searchlight board 

Navy-yard, Boston 

Sick leave 

Commanding Wyoming 

Commanding Richmond 

Ordered to command Nevada 

Member Board Inspection and Survey 

Commanding Yankton 

Bureau of Equipment 

Commanding Marietta 

Bureau of Navigation 

Secretary, General Board ft 

Naval Academy 

Ordered to navy-yard, Pensacola 

Navy-yard, New York 

Commanding Michigan 

Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Bureau of Equipment 

Ordnance Officer, navy-yard. League Island 



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21 Oct. 01 
10 Apr. 01 

27 Nov. 00 
3 Sept. 02 

16 Oct. 99 
15 Aug. 01 
15 Nov. 02 

22 Apr. 01 
19 Dec. 02 

6 Dec. 00 

3 Dec. 02 
21 Aug. 01 
30 Apr. 02 
26 Dec. 02 

6 Sept. 02 

23 Sept. 02 
10 Dec. 02 

28 Oct. 02 
26 Sept. 01 

15 Mar. 02 
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28 Feb. 99 

7 Feb. 02 

8 Nov. 00 
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11 June 02 
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17 Sept. 02 
4 Jan. 00 

lOct. 01 

23 Oct. 99 

IDec. 02 



♦Additional number in grade. 

t Also aid to the Admiral and member General Board. 

i Also naval Governor Island Guam. 

I To perform engineer duty only, on shore only. 

I Subject to examination and confirmation. 
** Subject to confirmation. 

II Advanced in numbers for extraordinary heroism on the occasion at the wreck of the Huron. 
T t Ordered to command Wheeling. 



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Date of 

entry 

into the 

service. 



24 Sept. 63 

24 July 63 
b22Sept.65 

4 Aug. 64 
21July 65 

29 Jan. 67 
29 Oct. 70 

25 July 66 

26 July 65 
25 July 66 



do.... 

23 July 66 
d30 July 66 

24 July 66 

25 July 66 

22 Sept. 65 
«21 July 66 

26 July 66 

27 July 66 

20 July 66 

25 July 66 

21 July 66 

26 July 66 

24 Apr. 72 
26 Sept. 67 

25 Sept. 66 
20 Sept. 67 
20 June 67 

25 Sept. 67 

26 June 67 

20 June 67 
20 June 67 
26 Sept. 67 
20 July 66 

20 Sept. 67 

21 June 69 
30 Sept. 67 
29 June 68 
25 June 68 
da.... 



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25 June 68 

25 Sept. 68 

25* June 69 

22 Sept. 69 
30 June 69 

24 June 69 

21 Sept. 69 
30 Sept. 69 

26 June 69 

22 Sept. 69 
30 June 69 
do.... 

21 Sept. 69 

28 Sept. 69 

25 Sept. 68 

22 Sept. 69 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



11 Feb. 01 

do.... 

19 Feb. 01 

3 Mar. 01 

do.... 



do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

2 Apr. 01 

14 Apr. 01 
19 Apr. 01 
12 May 01 

do.... 

16 June 01 

2 July 01 
12 July 01 
do 

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2 Sept. 01 

22 Sept. 01 

'iesept.'bi* 

28 Sept, 01 



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27 Dec. 01 

28 Dec. 01 
15 Jan. 02 
21 Jan. 02 

9 Feb. 02 
do.... 



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do.... 

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11 Apr. 02 



do.... 

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3 June 02 
8 June 02 

do.... 



14 June 02 

16 June 02 
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17 Sept. 02 

do.... 

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7 Nov. 02 

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2 Dec. 02 

do.... 

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New York. 

.....do 

Illinois.... 
New York. 
do 



do....f. 

Maine 

Ohio 

New Jersey. 
Maine 



Pennsylvania . 

Maine 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania . 
Connecticut . . . 



Illinois 

Pennsylvania . 

Louisiana 

New Jersey — 
New York 



Pennsylvania . 

Maryland 

Kentucky 

Pennsylvania . 
do 



Massachusetts . 

New York 

Massachusetts . 

New York 

Pennsylvania . 



New York. 

Ohio 

New York . 
Indiana . . . 
New York . 



Kentucky 

New Jersey — 

New York 

Massachusetts . 
California 



Wisconsin . 
Virginia... 
Louisiana . 
New York . 
Illinois 



Connecticut 

Massachusetts 

Mar>iand 

Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia . 



California 

New York 

Ohio 

New York 

New Hampshire. 



Illinois 

New York . 
Virginia... 



Appointed from- 



New York. 
Wisconsin. 
Illinois. 
New York. 
Son of officer. 

Connecticut. 
Massachusetts. 
At large. 
New Jersey. 
Arizona. 

Iowa. 

Maine. 

Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 

Massachusetts. 

Missouri. 
Pennsylvania. 
Louisiana. 
Naval apprentice. 
Montana. 

Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 
•Kentucky. 
Pennsylvania. 
Do. 

New Jersey. 
West Virginia. 
Massachusetts. 
Pennsylvania. 
Do. 

Enlisted boy, 
Ohio. 

New York. 
Indiana. 
New York. 

Kentucky. 
Iowa. 

Enlisted boy. 
At large. 
Do. 

Wisconsin. 
At large. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
At large. 

Connecticut. 
Florida. 
At large. 
Pennsylvania. 
North Carolina. 

At large. 
Louisiana. 
New York. 

Do. 
New Hampshire. 

Illinois. 
New York. 
Indiana. 



a Includes service as captain's clerk (civil war). 

b Five months and ten days in Volunteer Army. 

c Includes Mervice in Volunteer Navy (civil war). 

dOne year five months and twenty days in Volunteer Army. 

e One month and twenty-seven days in Volunteer Army. 



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LIEUTENANT-COMMANDERS (177). 

(Seven in additional grade.) 



Name. 



John Marshall RobinRon . 
John Kennedy BarUm | . . 

RotMTt Gracy Denig I 

(ieoFKe Henry Peters 

Bradley Allen Fiske 



Frank Huntington Holmeti. 

John Frederick Parker 

Hamilton HutchinK 

John Marshall Bowver 

John Charles Col well 



(iftrrm Brinkerhoff Ransom | 

William Reed Alexander Rooney . 

Kd ward John Dorn 

liemard Orrae Scott 

William Colgate Eaton | 



Present duty or station. 



Waiting orders 

Naval Academy 

Innpection duty (Bureau Steam Eng.) . 

Iowa 

M assachusetts 



Independence 

Commanding Isla de Cuba 

Equip, officer, navy-yard, Lieague Island. 

Navy-yard, Washington 

Commanding Isla de Luzon 



Navy-yard, Portsmouth 

Rainbow 

Charge naval property, Havana 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Ordnance). 
Inspection duty (Bureau Steam Eng.) . 

Alfre<i Bruce Canaga | Mobilized fleet* 

Abraham Vanhoy ZaneJ Kearaarge (fleet engineer) 

John Richard Edwards | Bureau of Steam Engineering 

Stacy PottH R Alabama 

Henry TyHon Cleaver | Inspection duty (Bureau Steam Eng. ) . 

Asiatic Uition 

Newark ( fleet engineer) 

Bureau of Navigation 

Inspection duty (Bureau Steam Eng.) . 
New York ( fleet engineer) 



JamfM Meredith Helm 

Aliiert Bower WillitH |i 

Cameron McRae WinMow 

James Peyton Stuart I^wrance || 
Isaac Stockton Keith Reeves H . . . 



York Noel 

Albon Chase Hodgson.. 
William Gifford Cutler . 

Alexander Sharp, jr 

Charles Laird 



Nathaniel Riley Usher . 
Walter Scott Hughes . . . . 

Fidelio Sharps Carter 

Frank Friday Fletcher. 
Harry Hibbard Hosley . 



Frank Edmund Beatty — 

Moses Lindley Wood 

Robert Morris Doyle 

George Moss Stoney 

Frederick Weseley Coffin . 



Wythe Marchant Parks | . 

Frank Harvey Bailey || 

Harry Marsh Hodges 

William Banks Caperton . 
James Thorn Smith 



George Sidney Willits H . . 
- thii 



Walter Fitzhugh Worthington | . 

William Nelson Little | 

Theodore Frederick Burgdorflf J . 
Frank Harold Eldridge || 



Edgar Townsend Warburton | 

Henry Chalfant Gearing 

Tempi in Morris Potts 

Willfem Herschell Allen 

Burns Tracy Walling 



(Constellation 

Indiana 

Naval Academy 

Bureau of Navigation. 
Boston 



Illinois 

Pensacola 

Commanding Piscataqua. 

Charge torpedo station 

Buffalo 



Commanding Gloucester. 

Commanding Eagle 

Commanding (^ulgoa 

Commanding Dolphin 

Commanding Hancock . . 



Bureau of Steam Engineering. 

do 

Chicago 

Prairie 

Columbia 



Inspection duty (Bureau Steam Eng.) . 

Illinois 

Navy-yard, New York 

Inspection duty (Bureau Steam Eng.) . 



Indiana 

Naval Academy 

Naval attach^, Berlin, Vienna, and Rome , 

Olympia 

Navy-yard, New York 



Date 

of present 

duty or 

leave. 



2 Oct. 02 
7 Aug. 02 

20 June 01 

2 Apr. GO 
23 Feb. 02 

26 Aug. 02 
do 

17 Sept. 00 
16 July 01 
11 Aug. 00 

23 June 00 
16 Feb. 01 
31 Aug. 02 

27 Apr. 01 

28 Oct. 02 

21 Oct. 02 
16 Oct. 00 

7 Nov. 00 

29 Aug. 01 
lApr. 02 

3 Oct. 00 

8 Mar. 01 
1 Mar. 02 

10 Sept. 00 

16 Feb. 01 

15 Sept. 01 
29 Aug. 01 

10 Aug. 01 

22 July 02 

20 May 02 

1 Nov. 99 

1 Aug. 02 

9 Aug. 02 

2 June 02 

2 Apr. 00 

25 Jan. 02 

29 Apr. 01 

lOct. 02 

3 Feb. 02 

17 Nov. 02 

lApr. 01 
13 Oct. 99 
19 May 02 
9 Nov. 01 
2 Dec. 02 

21 June 01 
15 Apr. 01 

1 Sept 01 

11 Nov. 01 
9 Aug. 02 

5 Aug. 02 

IJuly 01 

lOct. 02 

25 Jan. 02 

13 Aug. 02 



* Also navy-yard. New York. 
I To perform engineer duty only at sea or on shore; and to perform engineer duty only, on shore only, after reach- 
ing rank of Commander. 



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(Seven In additional grade.) 



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24 Sept. 70 

30 June 70 
30 Sept. 70 
24 June 70 
30 Sept. 70 
23 Sept. 70 

lOct. 71 

29 Sept. 70 
22 Sept. 70 

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lOct. 72 



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30 Sept. 71 
1 Oct. 72 
29 Sept. 70 
22 Mar. 75 
30J.«ne 75 

21 Sept. ^ 
9 June 71 

22 Sept. 71 

21 June 70 

29 Sept. 70 

22 Sept. 71 
26 Sept. 70 

30 Sept. 70 

23 Sept. 70 
23 Sept. 71 



do.... 

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21 Sept. 70 
16 June 70 



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lOct. 73 do. 

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6 June 72 



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New York 

Pennsylvania . 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania . 
New York 



Massachusetts . . . 

Ohio 

New Hampshire. 

Indiana 

Pennsylvania . . . 



New York 

Pennsylvania . 

Wisconsin 

Alabama 

New York 



Ohio 

Pennsylvania . 

do 

....do 

....do 



Illinois 

Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia. 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 



Pennsylvania . 

Georgia 

New York 

MiSvSouri 

Ohio, 



At large. 

Pennsylvania. 

Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 

Ohio. 

California. 

Ohio. 

New Hampshire. 

Iowa. 

At large. 

New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
Miasouri. 
Alabama. 
New York. 

Ohio. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Tennessee. 
Pennsylvania. 
At large. 
Pennsylvania. 
Delaware. 

Pennsylvania. 
Georgia. 

District of Columbia. 
Ohio. 



Indiana Indiana. 

Iowa Iowa. 

Kentucky .-' Illinois. 

Iowa [ Iowa. 

New Hampshire ' New Hampshire. 

Massachusetts i Minnesota. 

Missouri I Mis.s<)uri. 

Tennessee ' Tennessee. 

South Carolina Alabama. 

New Hampshire Massachusetts. 



Virginia 

Pennsylvania .. 

Illinois 

Tennessee 

North Carolina . 



Virginia. 
New York. 
Illinois. 
Tennessee. 
North Carolina. 



Pennsylvania Pennsylvania. 

Maryland Maryland. 

New York Georgia. 

New Jersey j New Jersey. 

Ohio Ohio. 

Pennsylvania ! Pennsylvania. 

."...do I Do. 

District of Columbia i At large. 

New York i Illinois. 

Ohio I Ohio. 



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364 



383 
384 
385 



387 



391 



397 
398 
399 
400 

401 
402 
403 
404 
406 

406 
407 
408 
409 
410 

411 
412 
413 

414 
415 



Name. 



John Thomas Newton 

Ber^amin Tappan 

Charles Fremont Pond 

Walter McLean 

Washington Irving Chambers. 



James Clarkson Qillmore . 
Charles Augustus Qoye — 

DeWittCoflman 

Richard Henderson 

Thomas Dillard Griifin . . . . 



Henry Minett , 

Richard Thomas Mulligan . . 
William Braunersreuther . . . 
Francis Howland Sherman . 
William Stetson Hogg 



Seynold Thomas Hall \ 

Wflliam Freeland Fullam 

Horace Mark Witzel 

Albert Gustavus Winterhalter. 
John Madibon Orchard 



John Newell Jordan 

Augustus Francis Fechteler. 

Edward Everett Wright , 

Albert Gleaves 

James Phillips Parker 



Ben Ward Hodges , 

Herbert Omar Dunn 

Arthur Wright Dodd 

George William Denfeld . 
Albert Weston Grant 



Horace Wellford Harrison . 
Valentine Sevier Nelson . . . 
William Shepherd Benson . 
Frank Matteson Bostwick. . 
James Harrison Oliver 



Harry Mason Dombaugh. 

Simon Cook 

Thomas Slidell Rodgers . . 
Franklin Jacob Schell . . . 
John Gardner Quinby 



James Henry Glennon 

Percival Julius Werllch . . . . 

William Rees Rush 

Harry Shepard Knapp 

William Ledyard Rodgers. 



Harry McLaren Pinkney Huse * . 

Roy Campbell Smith 

Oeorge Wightman McElroy i|* . . . 

Robert Stanislaus Griffin || 

Albert Norton Wood 



Edward Lloyd, jr 

Richard Morris Hughes . . . 
Charles Nelson Atwater . . . 
John Hite Lee Holcombe . 
William Leslie Burdick . . . 



Present duty or station. 



Clifford Joseph Boush 

James Hamilton Sears 

Abraham Ellis Culver 

Henry Thomas Mayo Commanding Wisconsin 

Charles Custis Rogers Bureau of Equipment 



Commanding Scorpion 

Branch hydrograpnic office, New York — 
Commanding Bancroft. 



Atlanta 

New York (staff) 

Training station, San Francisco. 

Commanding Vixen 

Torpedo station 



Cincinnati. 
Kentucky . 

Essex 

Alabama . . 
Wyoming . 



Wheeling 

San Francisco 

Navy-yard, Washington... 

Naval Academy 

Navy-yard, Washington f . 



01]rmpia 

Naval Academy 

Nashville 

Commanding Elcano. 
Lancaster 



Inspection duty (Bureau of Equipment). 

Iowa 

Navy-yard, BostonJ 

Commanding Mayflower 

Panther 



Chicago 

Don Juan de Austria 

Wisconsin 

Commanding Monocacy , 
Oregon 



Ranger 

Buffalo 

Naval Academy 

Commanding Nipsic . 
Naval War College - - ■ 



Hartford 

Inspection duty (Bu. Equip, and Ord.) . 

Maine 

Naval Academy 

Texas 



Monterey 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Equipment). 

Albany 

War College . , 

Topeka 



Naval Academy . 
Massachusetts . . . 

Wisconsin 

Chicago 

San Francisco . . . 



Naval Academy 

Boston 

Monongahela 

Coaling station, PoUok. 
Atlanta 



Date 

of present 

duty or 

leave. 



iJuly 02 

27 May 01 

6 Oct. 02 

4 Feb. 01 
20 Jan. 02 

15 Sept. 00 

28 Jan. 01 
lApr. 02 

16 June 00 
25 Oct. 02 

2 Dec. 01 

15 May 00 

16 Aug. 01 
16 Sept. 01 

8 Dec. 02 

16 Apr. 00 

22 Apr. 01 
20 Feb. 02 

IDec. 02 
16 July 01 

25 Jan. 02 
20 Aug. 02 
27 Dec. 01 

29 May 00 
19 June 02 

25 Oct. 02 
16 Aug. 01 
16 Sept. 01 
16 Oct. 00 
11 June 02 

15 Apr. 01 
2 Apr. 00 

14 June 02 

16 Feb. 01 

23 June 02 

8 Aug. 00 
27 May 01 

2 June 01 

3 Oct. 01 

18 Mar. 02 

5 Mar. 01 
11 Sept. 01 
29 Dec. 02 

7 Oct. 02 

3 Nov. 02 

4 Oct. 00 

7 Jan. 02 
29 Oct. 01 

8 Dec. 02 

15 May 00 

6 Oct. 02 

9 Aug. 00 
4 Feb. 01 

19 Nov. 01 
2 Jan. 02 

23 Aug. 02 

26 Mar. 01 

16 June 00 
8 Dec. 96 

15 Sept. 00 



June 00 I 
Apr. 01 I 

. . .do 

Sept. 98 
May 01 ' 



* Additional number in grade, 
t Also inspection duty (Bureau Equipment). 
I Also inspection duty (Bureau Equipment and Ordnance). 

I To perform engineer duty only at sea or on shore; and to perform engineer duty only, on shore only, after 
iching rank of commander. 



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19 



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6 June 72 
22 Sept. 71 

6 June 72 
14 June 72 

8 June 72 

16 Oct. 72 
22 Sept. 71 
13 June 71 

8 June 72 

9 June 71 

22 Sept. 71 
9 June 71 

8 June 72 
26 Sept. 72 

23 Sept. 72 

10 June 72 
10 June 71 
26 Sept. 71 

21 Sept. 71 
25 Sept. 72 

22 Apr. 80 
25 Sept. 73 

7 June 73 

24 Sept. 73 
12 June 73 

10 June 73 

9 June 73 

24 Sept. 73 
12 June 73 
10 June 73 

25 Sept. 73 
9 June 73 

10 June 73 
24 Sept. 73 
10 June 73 

26 Sept. 72 
10 June 73 

23 Sept. 72 
20 Sept. 73 

16 June 73 

8 June 72 
10 June 73 

24 Sept. 74 
lOct. 74 

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9 June 73 

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3 Oct. 74 
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17 June 74 

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26 Sept. 73 

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Connecticut. 

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Virginia. 

Michigan. 

Virginia. 

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Georgia. 
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433 
434 
435 

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446 
447 
448 
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450 

451 
452 
453 

454 
455 

456 
457 
458 
459 
460 

461 
462 
463 
464 
465 



Name. 



Frank W. Bartlett J 

Frederick Charles Bieg | 

Harry Kimmell 

Howard Gage | 

John Louden Gow | 



George Ramfley Clark . . 
George Henry Btafford . 

Allen Grey Refers 

William Porter White.. 
George Eli Burd | 



John Harry Shipley 

John EocleRton (^raven 

James Henry Hetherington . 

John JoAcph Knapp 

AugustuH Craven Almy 



John Hood 

Oarl WiUiam Junaen * 

Edward Everett Hayden • . . 
Benjamin Chamben* Bryan || 
Le Roy Maaon Garrett 



Charles Carlton Marsh . 
Charles ilenry Harlow*. 
Clarence Alfred Carr B . 

John Bell Blish 

William Andrew Gill... 



Thomas William Ryan 

Harold Percival Norton i| 

Walter Jesse Sears 

Edward Herschell 8eribner|| . 
Frank Marion Bennett 



John Arthur Bell 

John Allen Dougherty . . 
John Baptiste Beniadou * 

John Henry Gibbons 

Thomas Snowden 



Martin Bevington H 

Edwin Hord Tillman 

Thomas Frederick Carter || . 

Frederic Clay Bowiers || 

George Robert Salisbury . . . 



John I^euns Purcell* 

Robert Files Lopez 

Frank Woodruff Kellogg. . . 

Reuben Oscar Bitler 

Samuel Haven Leonard, jr. || 



Harry Phelps 

Homer Clark Poundstone f 

Albert Ammerman Ackerman . 

Leo Dwight Miner || 

Albert Parker Niblack 



Wilson Wildman Buchanan f . 
William John Maxwell f 



William Truxtun f . . . . ; , 

Harry Hall It 

Edward Simpson , 

William Carpenter Pendleton Muir . . . , 
Edwards Fayssoux Leiper t 



Thomas Wright Kinkaid |i 

William Hilfary Allderdice if. 
Joseph Hamilton Rohrbacher. 

William Sowden Sims 

Louis Say re Van Duzer f 



Present duty or etation. 



Maine 

Naval Academy 

Indiana 

Inspection duty (Bu. St. Eng. and Ord. ) . 
Massachusetts 



Monongahela 

Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Solace 

Inspection duty (Bureau Kti.and Ord.) . 
Boston 



Navy-yard, Washington . 

Oregon 

Newark 

Waiting orders 

Marblenead 



New Orleans 

Puritan 

Naval Observatory . 

Asiatic Station 

Maine 



Naval attach^, Tokio and Pekin 

Raleigh 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Steam Eng.). 

Alert 

Commanding Celtic 



Orderd to the Minneapolis 

Albany 

Inspection duty (Bureau Ordnance) 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Steam Eng.) . 
Franklin 



Inspection duty (Bureau of Ordnance). 

Columbia 

Office Naval Intelligence 

....do 

Illinois 



Kentucky (fleet engineer) 

Commanding Amphitriie 

San Francisco 

Returning from Asiatic Station . 
Montgomery 



Date 

of present 

duty or 

lee.ve. 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 

cruise or 

tour of 

sea 
service. 



29 Dec. 


02 


6 Apr. 


01 


12 Sept, 


01 


11 Oct. 


01 


15 June 01 


26 May 


02 


9 Nov. 


01 


28 Mar. 


01 


16 Sept. 


01 


29 Apr. 


00 


27 Oct. 


02 


15 May 02 | 


3 Nov. 


02 


lOct. 


02 


10 Nov. 


02 


20 May 02 | 


21 Feb. 


00 


22 Jan. 


02 


10 Apr. 


01 


29 Dec. 


02 



Aug. 01 

Feb. 01 

June 99 

Aug. 01 

Dec. 98 

Oct. 00 

July 01 I 

May 99 

July 01 

Dec. 9^^ 

May 0-J ! 

Aug. 01 I 

June 01 ! 

Sept. 02 

Nov. 00 

Sept. 01 

Oct. 98 

Apr. 81 

Feb. 99 

Jan. 01 



Nov. 01 ' Oct. 01 



27 Oct. 02 

31 Oct. 02 

5 Feb. 01 

1 Aug. 00 

27 Dec. 02 
29 May 00 
15 Oct. 02 
15 Nov. 02 



Oct. 02 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 99 

Jan. 00 

Nov. 02 

May 94 

Oct. 02 
do.. 



25 Oct. 02 Sept. 02 



31 July 02 
25 Aug. 02 
21 July 02 
UNov. 01 
25 Apr. 02 



Wabash 

Pensacola 

Lancaster 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Ordnance) . 
Monterey 



Cincinnati 

Treatm't Army and Navy hosp., Hot Springs, 

Kearsarge 

Inspector machinery, Newport News 

Board on Naval Station, Olongapo 



Ordered to Independence . 

Atlanta 

Arkansas 

Alabama 

Detroit 



Oregon 

Yorktown 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Ordnance) . 

Mobilized fleet . 

Marietta : 



Commanding Hist . 
IsladeCuba 



15 May 


00 


1 Aug. 


02 


2 Jan. 


02 


— Dec. 


02 


9 Sept. 


99 


21 Oct. 


02 


6 May 


02 


9 Mar. 


01 


15 Dec. 


02 


5 Jan. 


00 


2 Dec. 


Gl 


16 Nov. 


02 


29 May 


01 


IMay 


01 


10 Nov. 


02 


19 Dec. 


02 


25 Sept. 


00 


28 Oct. 


02 


13 Aug. 00 1 


27 Sept. 


02 


15 Aug. 


01 


10 July 


00 


15 Sept. 02 1 


5 Nov. 


02 


20 May 


02 


9 Nov. 


01 


29 May 


00 



May 02 

July 02 

June 02 

June 01 

Apr. 01 i 

June 97 ' 

May 02 

Oct. 98 

Dec. 02 

Oct. 98 

Dec. 01 

Feb. 02 

Aug. 99 

Dec, 02 

Jan. 99 

June 00 

July 02 

Oct. 99 

Mar. 01 

July 01 

Nov. 01 

Oct. ^ 

Mar. 01 

Sept. 99 

Aug. 01 

Nov. 98 

Feb. 00 

Sept. 02 

Oct. 02 

Aug. 01 

Mar. 00 

Juno 99 



* Additional number in grade, 
t Subject to examination and confirmation. 

II To perform engineer duty only at sea or on shore; and to perform engineer duty only, on shore only, after reach- 
ing the rank of commander. 



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service. 



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28 Sept. 74 

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9 June 74 
10 June 74 
12 June^4 
ao June 74 

lOct. 74 

80 Sept. 74 
24 Sept. 74 

9 June 74 
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7 June 72 

lO-Sept. 75 
24 Sept. 74 
21 June 75 
15 Sept. 76 
18 Sept. 76 

do.... 

do.... 

15 Sept. 76 
18 Sept. 75 
24 June 76 

16 June 73 
lOct. 74 

24 June 76 

lOct. 74 

do.... 



13 June 74 
12 June 74 
22 Sept. 76 
18 Sept. 75 

25 June 75 

16 Sept. 76 
18 Sept. 75 

lOct. 73 
16 Sept. 76 

lOct. 74 

30 Sept. 73 
29 Sept. 74 
24 June 76 
..do.... 

26 Oct. 81 

16 Sept. 76 
24 Sept. 74 
24 June 76 

14 Sept. 76 
22 Sept. 76 

24 June 76 
14 Sept. 76 
24 June 76 

do.... 

26 June 76 

14 Sg)t. 76 

24 June* 76 
..do.... 

22 Sept. 76 

25 June 76 
9 June 74 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



14 Apr. 01 
19 Apr. 01 
12 May 01 

do 

16 June 01 

IJuly 01 

do 

do.... 

2 July 01 
12 July 01 



do.... 

7 Aug. 01 
16 Aug. 01 

2 Sept. 01 
22 Sept. 01 

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26 8ejat. 01 

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28 Sept. 01 



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26 Oct. 01 
17 Dec. 01 

27 Dec. 01 

28 Dec. 01 



15 Jan. 02 
21 Jan. 02 

9 Feb. 02 
do.... 

5 Mar. 02 



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do.... 

16 Mar. 02 
6 Apr. 02 
11 Apr. 02 



do.... 

do.... 

29 Apr. 02 
3 June 02 
8 June 02 

do*.... 

14 June 02 
16 June 02 
18 June 02 
do.... 



11 July 02 
17 Sept. 02 

'23 Sept." 02' 
lOct. 02 

2 Nov. 02 
7 Nov. 02 

do.... 

21 Nov. 02 
do.... 



2 Dec. 02 
....do.... 



Bom in— 



Massachusetts 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

Illinois 

North Carolina 

Illinois 

Maine 

Iowa 

New Jersey 

Iowa 

Missouri 

District of Columbia 

Alabama 

Wisconsin 

Massachusetts 

New York 

do 

Indiana 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Indiana 

Pennsylvania 

.....do 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusette 

Michigan 

Maryland 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

New York 

Ohio. 

Tennessee 

North Carolina 

New Jersey 

New York 

New Jersey 

Iowa 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

New Jersey 

Ohio 

New Jersey 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Pennsylvania 

do 

Maryland 

Kentucky 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

Delaware 

Mississippi 

Canada 

New York 

Ohio 

District of Columbia. 



Appointed from- 



Michigan. 

Missouri. 

Pennsylvania. 

Michigan. 

Indiana. 

Ohio. 

Iowa. 

North Carolina. 

At large. 

Massachusetts. 

Missouri. 
At large. 
Iowa. 
Missouri. 
At large. 

Alabama. 
Wisconsin. 
Massachusetts. 
New Jersey. 
New York. 

Indiana. 
New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
Indiana. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 
Michigan. 

West Virginia, 
Missouri. 
At la^e. 
Michigan. 
New York. 

Ohio. 

Tennessee. 
Kentucky, 
New Jersey. 
Missouri. 

New Jersey. 

Tennessee. 

Connecticut, 

Pennsylvania. 

Massachusetts. 

New Jersey. 
West Virginia. 
New Jersey. 
Ohio. 
Indiana. 

At large. 
Pennsylvania. 
At large. 
Kentucky. 
Pennsylvania. 

Ohio. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 

Do. 
New York. 

Ohio. 
At large. 



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LIEUTENANTS (306). 

(Six additional in grade.) 



; 501 
I 602 
503 
I 504 
1 505 

506 
507 
506 
509 
510 

611 
612 
513 
514 
515 

516 
517 
518 
519 
520 

521 
522 
523 
524 
525 

526 
527 
528 
529 
530 

531 
532 
533 
534 
535 

536 
537 
538 
539 
540 

541 
542 
543 
544 
545 

546 
547 
548 
549 
550 

651 
652 
553 
554 
655 



Name. 



William Strother Smith H . 

John Fraaer Luby 

Lewis Jacob CA&rk 

Theodore Gibbs Dewey . . 
Hugh Rodman 



John Adrian Hoogewerff . . . 
Edward Everett Capehart . 

Henry Braid Wilson 

Qustav Kaemmerling | 

Kenneth McAlpine I 



Clarence Herbert Mathews || , 
De Witi Clinton Redgrave | . . 

William Wilmot White | 

Bias Clay Benton Sampson | . 
Solon Arnold | 



Martin Augustus Anderson | 

Albert Montz || 

EmilTheissfl 

Spencer Shepard Wood 

Guy Warner Brown . 



William Bartlett Fletcher. . 
William Henry Chambers H 

Marbury Johnston 

Charles Edward Rommel |j . 
William Bailey Whittelsey . 

Edvjin Alexander Anderson . 

Joseph Lee Jayne 

Albert Lenoir Key 

William Lauriston Howard. 
Wiley Roy Mason Field .... 



John Martin Poyer 

Harry Gerard Leopold H . . . 
Robert Barnard Higeins g . 

John Calvin Leonard | 

Ward Philo Winchell B . . . . 



Charles Phillips Eaton 

John Morris EUlicott 

Charles Wilson Dyson I 

Harry George 

Frederick Lincoln Chapin . 



William Cromwell Herbert { . 
Alexander Seaman Halstead . 

James Edward Palmer || 

Harry Ashby Field 

Chester Mahlon Knepper 



Clarence Stewart Williams . 
Albert Morrison Beecher . . . 

James Gregory Doyle 

Frank Kinsey Hill ......... 

Roger Welles, jr 



John Daniel McDonald 

Walter Oliphant Hulme 

Henry Earl Paiinenter 

Hilary Pollard Jones, jr 

William Rawle Shoemaker. 



Present duty or station. 



Raleigh 

Annapolis 

Alabama 

....do 

Commanding Iroquois *. , 



Panther 

New York 

Kentucky 

Asiatic Station . 
Texas 



Navy-yard, New York. 

Nashville 

Cincinnati 

Navy-yard, Norfolk 

Solace 



Navy-yard, Boston 

Inspection duty (Bureau S. E. and Ord.) . 

Ordered inspection duty (Bu. S. E. ) 

Chicago 

Adams 



Naval War College . 

Newark 

Montgomery 

New Orleans 

Cincinnati 



Commanding Callao . . 
Bureau of Equipment . 

Princeton 

Illinois 

do 



Naval Academy 

Navy-yard, Puget Sound 

Montgomery 

Returning from Asiatic Station . 
Culgoa 



Buffalo 

Prairie 

Bureau Steam Engineering . 

Bureau of Equipment 

Kentucky (staff) 



Hancock 

Scorpion 

Marblehead 

Commanding General Alava. 
Alliance 



Naval Academy 

Maine 

Wilmington 

Bureau of Ordnance. 
Iowa , 



Buffalo 

Naval Academy. 

Puritan 

Mayflower 

Naval Academy . 



Date 

of present 

duty or 

leave. 



29 Sept. 02 

14 Nov. 00 
23 May 01 

16 Oct. 00 
29 Apr. 97 

17 June 02 
16 Feb. 01 
11 Apr. 01 

IDec. 02 
3 Nov. 02 

20 Mar. 01 

5 Jan. 00 
2 Dec. 01 

21 Nov. 02 

6 Nov. 02 

15 July 01 

2 Sept. 01 
29 Dec. 02 
20 Jan. 02 
28 Feb. 01 

15 Oct. 02 

3 Nov. 02 
1 Aug. 02 

28 June 02 

22 Feb. 02 

13 Apr. 01 

4 Oct. 02 

7 Feb. 02 

16 Sept. 01 



15 Sept 02 

22 Apr. 01 

15 July 02 

24 Dec. 02 

23 Oct. 02 

2 Apr. 00 
9 Nov. 01 

25 June 01 

26 Dec. 01 
8 Apr. 02 

24 Nov. 02 
IJuly 02 

22 Dec. 02 

16 Apr. 01 
11 Apr. 00 

4 Sept. 02 
29 Dec. 02 
11 Apr. 01 
16 May 02 
10 Oct. 99 

24 Jan. 98 
28 Sept. 02 
16 Feb. 02 

25 May 96 

27 Sept. 02 



* Also duty at naval station, Hawaii. 

II To perform engineer duty only at sea or on shore; and to perform engineer duty only, on shore only, after 
reaching rank of Commander. 



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Date of 
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16 Sept. 75 

26 June 75 
22 Sept. 76 
25 June 76 
18 Sept. 75 

27 June 77 

do.... 

22 Sept. 76 
13 Sept. 77 



14 Sept. 76 
13 S ept. 77 



do.... 

14 Sept. 76 

13 Sept. 77 

ibct. "78 
28 June 78 
24 June 76 

22 Sept. 77 
lOct. 78 

30 Sept. 78 
lOct. 78 

28 June 78 



do.... 

do.... 

27 June 77 
22 Sept. 77 

28 June 78 

27 June 77 
lOct. 78 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



lOct. 79 

do.... 

do.... 

16 June 79 
29 Sept. 79 

1 Oct 79 

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80 

25 Sept. 80 
11 June 80 
27 June 77 
1 Oct. 80 
25 Sept. 80 

9 Oct. 80 
lOct. 80 

do.... 

25 Sept. 80 
14 June 80 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



3 Mar. 99 
16 May 97 

4 June 97 
19 June 97 
13 July 97 

21 July 97 
28 Aug. 97 
16 Sept. 97 
3 Mar. 99 
do.... 



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16 Sept. 97 
26 Sept. 97 

29 Oct. 97 
3 Mar. 99 

7 Nov. 97 
3 Mar. 99 

5 Dec. 97 

28 Mar. 98 

17 Dec. 97 

6 Feb. 98 
10 Mar. 98 
14 Mar. 98 

8 Apr. 98 
3MBr. 99 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



13 Apr. 98 

23 Apr. 98 

3 Mar 99 

27 Apr 98 



3 Mar. 99 

do... 

do.... 

IMay 98 
11 May 98 



Virginia... 

Ireland 

Alabama . . 
Vermont . . 
Kentucky . 



Maryland... 

Ohio 

New Jersey. 

Ohio 

Virginia.... 



Ohio 

Iowa 

Canada . . . 
Illinois . . . 
Maryland. 



Wisconsin . . 

Ohio 

Germany . . . 
New York . . 
Wisconsin , 



Vermont 

Pennsylvania 

Georgia 

Pennsylvania . 
New York 



North Carolina 

Mississippi 

Tennessee 

Connecticut 

Virginia 



Illinois.... 

Iowa , 

Maryland 

Ohio 

....do .... 



New York . 

Maryland 

do 

Cardiff Wales. 
Illinois 



Pennsylvania . 

do^ 

North Carolina . 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania... 



27 May 98 Ohio. 

5 June 98 Iowa. 
25 Jan. 98 

7 June 98 
3 July 98 

17 July 98 
10 Aug. 98 

do.... 

do.... 

6 Oct. 98 



Pennsylvania . 

Ohio. 

Connecticut . 



Maine 

New Jersey... 
Rhode Island . 

Virginia 

New York 



Appointed from— 



Virginia. 
New York. 
Alabama. 
South Carolina. 
Kentucky. 

At large. 
Ohio. 

New Jersey. 
Indiana. 
VlrginU. 

Ohio. 

Maryland. 

Pennsylvania. 

Illinois. 

Maryland. 

Wisconsin. 
New York. 
Wisconsin. 
New York. 
Indiana. 

Vermont. 
Pennsylvania. 
Georgia. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 

North Carolina. 

Mississippi. 

Tennessee. 

Connecticut. 

Virginia. 

At «arge. 
Ohio. 
Maryland. 
Ohio. 
Do. 

Wisconsin. 

Maryland. 

Pennsylvania. 

Michigan. 

Illinois. 

Pennsylvania. 

Do 
North Carolina. 
Virginia. 
Pennsylvania 

Ohio. 

Iowa. 

Pennsylvania. 

Ohio 

Connecticut. 

Nevada. 
New Jersey. 
Rhode Island. 
Virginia. 
New Mexico. 



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Name. 



Isaac Knight Seymour 

Charles Marion Fahs 

Charles Peshall Plunkett 

Humes Houston Whittlesey. . . 
Albert Christian Dieflenbach . 



Theodore Cornell Fenton . 

Volney Ogle Chase 

George Ralph Slocum 

William Gardner Miller. . . 
George Washington Kline. 



John Patrick McGuinness. . . . 

Joseph Strauss 

Charles Semmes Stanworth . . 

Robert Lee Russell 

Harrison Augustus Bispham . 



Armistead Rust 

Geoige Robert Evans 

Edward Walter Eberle 

Charles Monod McCormick . 
Glennie Tarbox 



William Wirt Gilmer 

Robert Edward Coontz 

William Hannum Grubb Bullard . 

Webster Appleton Edgar 

Joseph Wallace Oman 



Philip Andrews 

Harold Kemble Hines 

Samuel Melcher Strite 

George Franklin Cooper 

Edward Taylor Witherspoon . 



Josiah Slutts McKean . 
Charles Harold Hayes. , 
Horace Walker Jones . . 

William Wirt Bush 

Benton Clark Decker. . 



Mark Lambert Bristol 

Benjamin Warner Wells, ir . . 
Newton Alexander McCully . 

Levi Calvin Bertolette 

George Wood Logan 



Edward Moale.Jr 

Henry Francis Bryan 

Andrew Theodore Long 

Edward Hovey Durell 

Archibald Henderson Scales . 



Ford Hopkins Brown . . . 

Victor Blue 

Clarence Morton Stone. 
Thomas Washington . . . 
Francis Bough ter 



Archibald Hilliard Davis . . 

Guy Hamilton Burrage 

Frank Meade Russell 

Frank Marble 

Ashley Herman Robertson . 



Carlo Bonaparte Brittain. 

Casey Bruce Morgan 

William Michael Crose . . . 

John Flavel Hubbard 

Marcus Lyon Miller 



Lloyd Horwitz Chandler . . . 

Oscar William Koester 

George North Hay ward 

Samuel ShelburneRobison. 
Henry Kennedy Benham . . 



Present duty or station. 



Bureau of Ordnance. 

Olympia 

Puritan 

Hancock 

Wheeling 



Commanding Perry 

Assistant to Bureau of Ordnance. 

Iowa 

Wyoming 

San Francisco 



Iowa 

Ordered Arkansas . 

Yorktown 

Albany 

Helena 



Montgomery 

Kearsarge (staff) 

Navy-yard, New York. 

Newark 

San Francisco 



Glacier 

Adams 

Returning from Asiatic Station . 

Don Juan de Austria 

Monadnock 



Returning from Asiatic Station . 

Naval Academy 

Mohican 

Naval Academy 

Asiatic Station 



Naval Academy 

Navy-yard, New York... 
Navy-yard, Washington. 

Wyoming 

Asiatic Station 



Kearsarge (staff) 

Olympia (staff) 

Dolphin 

Commanding Quiros . 
Hydrographic Office . 



Chicago 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Ordnance) , 

Minneapolis 

Panther 

Boston 



Essex 

Aid to Admiral Cooper . 

Alert 

Kentucky (staff) 

Rainbow 



Commanding torpedo-boats, Norfolk * 

Fish Commission str. Albatross 

Asiatic Station 

Office Naval Intelligence 

Buffalo 



Kentucky . 

Albany 

Kentucky . 



Buffalo 

Commanding torpedo-boat Flotilla t . 

Navy-yard, New York 

Essex 

Alabama 

Olympia 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



19 Aug. 02 
25 Jan. 02 

8 Apr. 01 
SO Mar. 99 

2 Apr. 00 

25 Oct. 01 
17 Oct. 01 

9 May 01 
8 Dec. 02 

28 Sept. 02 

SO May 01 

26 Dec. 02 

15 Aug. 00 

16 Aug. 00 
lOct. 00 



Expira- 
tion of ' 

last 
cruise or 
tour of 

sea 
service, l 



Aug. 02 i 

Sept. OO 

Sept. 99 

Apr. 96 

Mar. 98 I 

July 96 I 

May 00 

Sept. 99 

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July 01 

Sept. 99 

Nov. 99 

Sept. 00 

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Dec. 98 

Oct. 99 

Aug. 02 

Oct. 99 

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Nov. 98 

Oct. 98 

Aug. 00 

Oct. 00 

Sept. 02 

July 99 

May 99 

Nov. 00 



* Torpedo-boats Bainbridge, Barry, Chauiicey, Cashing, Dale, Dvponi, Ericsson, Foote, Mackensie, Porter, Samers, 
Truxtun. and Worden. 
' Hur, torpedo-boats Barley, Barney, Biddle^ Stockton, Tfiomton, and Wilkes. 



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Name. 



Charles Frederick Hughes . 

Albert Leland Norton 

James Henry Reid 

Edward Latimer Beach — 
Herman Osman Stickney . . 



Henry Aristo Wiley 

Frederic Brewster Baasett. . 

Herbert Grenville Gates 

Richard Harrison Jackson . 
Arthur Balnbridge HoflE . . . . 



Nathan Crook Twining , . 

Benjamin Franklin Hutchison. 

Thomas Pickett Magruder 

Sumner Ely Wetmore Kittelle . 
William Veazie Pratt 



Louis McCoy Nulton 

George Ralph Marvell 

John Bryson Patton 

William Dugald MacDougall. 
George Brown Bradshaw 



Cldand Nelson QMey , 

Louis Rudolph de Steiguer. 
William Woodward Phelps. 

Louis Anthony Kaiser 

William Carey Cole 



Charles Augustine Brand . 

Philip Williams 

Warren Jay Terhune 

George Grant Mitchell 

CMand Davis* 



William Kelly Harrison . . . 
Frank Herman Schofield.. 

Urban Tigner Holmes 

Jehu Valentine Chase 

Henry Joseph Ziegemeier . 



Matt Howland Signor 

George White Williams 

Claude Bernard Price 

Montgomery Meigs Taylor 

Charles Theodore Vogelgesang. 



Charles Butler McVay, jr. 
Lay Hampton Everhart . . 

Claade Bailey 

John Havens Dayton 

Lucius Allyn Bostwick. . 



William Adger Moftett 

Julian Lane Latimer 

Douglas Eugene Dismukes . 

John Ruius Edie 

Reginald Rowan Belknap. . 



DeWittBlamer 

John Keeler Robison. . 

Arthur Lee Willard 

Edwin Taylor Pollock. 
Clark Daniel Steams . . 



Henry Charles Kuenzli. 
John Howard Rowen . . 
Harry Handly Caldwell . 
Henry Hughes Hough. . 
Milton Eugene Reed . . . 



Harley Hannibal Christy . 

Noble Edward Irwin 

Waldo Evans 

Thomas Jones Senn 

Jay Hale Sypher 



Present duty or station. 



Massachusetts . . . 

Arkansas 

Monongahela ... 
Naval Academy . 
Texas 



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Com'd'g torpedo-boat destroyer Stewart . 

Rainbow 

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Buffalo 

Lancaster 

Kearsarge 



Texas 

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Naval Proving Grounds . 
Navy-yard, Washington . 
Macntas 



Naval Academy . 

Illinois 

Sick leave 

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Treatment hospital, New York . 

Wisconsin 

Buffalo 

Topeka 

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Indiana 

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Com'd'g torpedo-boat destroyer Whipple . 
Hartford 



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Islade Luzon. 

Franklin 

Wisconsin 



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Newark 

Harttord 

Indiana 



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Navy-yard, Norfolk t 

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Naval Academy . 
New York 



Minneapolis . 

Maine 

Culgoa 

Iowa 



Commanding Alvarado 

Puritan 

Hartlord 

Ordered Naval Proving Grounds. 
Lancaster , 



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29 Sept. 02 
27 Sept. 02 

3 Nov. 02 

24 Sept. 02 
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29 Dec. 02 

26 Nov. 02 

15 Sept. 01 

16 Mar. 01 

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17 Dec. 01 
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16 May 02 

19 Nov. 02 
29 Dec. 02 
15 May 02 

18 Oct. 99 

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3 May 01 



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Ohio. 

Michigan. 

Wisconsin. 

Pennsylvania. 

Illinois. 

Massachusetts. 

Iowa. 

Ohio. 

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Kansas. 

South Carolina. 
Arizona. 



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Bion Bamett Blerer 

William Hugh McOrann 

Horace Greeley Macfarland . 

Charles Francw Preston 

Richard Henry Leigh 



Adelbert Althouse 

William Daniel Brotherton . 

James Francis Carter 

Harry Eaton Smith 

Qeorge William Laws 



George Calvin Day 

Luke McNamee 

Frederick Lewis Sawyer 

Charles Lincoln Hussev 

John Russell Young Blakely . 



Charles Theodore Jewell . . . 
Gregory Caldwell Davison . 
Leon Seymour Thompson . . 
Frederick Augustus Traut . 
John Fore Hines 



Fred Rounsville Payne . 

Robert Kyle Crank 

Stanford Elwood Moses . 

Powers Symington 

Yates Stirling, jr 



Patrick William Hourigan 

Henry Heber Ward* 

Raymond De Lancy Hasbrouck . 

George Mallison 

Walter Ball 



Joel Robert Poinsett Pringle . . . . 
Benjamin Bernard McCormlck . 

Edward Stanley. Kellogg 

David Van Horn Allen 

William Slack Montgomery 



Frank Hodges Clark, jr . 

Eugene Leo Biaset 

Edward Hale Campbell . 
Waller Selitryn Crosley* . . 
Charles Jonas Lang 



Henry Bertrand Price — 
Martin Edward Trench . . 

William Kern Gise 

Thomas Sheldon Wilson . 
Henry Allen Pearson 



Orton Porter Jackson 

Francis Laird Chadwick . 
John Sehon Doddridge... 
Percy Napier Olmsted — 
John Ricnard Brady 



Allen Merriam Cook 

Christopher Catron Fewel. 

Frank Brooks Upham 

Andri Morton Procter * 

John Low Sticht 



Richard Spencer Douglas . 

Alfred Allen Pratt 

Emmet Riddle Pollock. . . . 
John Paul Joseph Ryan. . . 
Chester Wells 



Irvin Van Gorder Gillis . 

Ridley McLean 

Raymond Stone 

David Foote Sellers 

Charles Webster 



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Present duty or station. 



I Date of 

§ resent 
utyor 
leave. 



Commanding Wasp 2 Oct. 02 

Islade Luzon ' 9Nov. 99 

Vicksburg 19 Apr. 01 

Commanding Sylph 28 June 02 

Naval Academy 4 Sept. 02 

Newark (stafT) 5Feb. 02 



Supply . 

Maine 

Atlanta 

Naval Academy . 



Newark 

Yiinkton 

Naval Academy . 

Hartford 

Minneapolis f . . . 



Naval Academy 

Commanding torpedo-boat Barney . 

Columbia 

Naval Academy 

Commanding torpedo-boat Gwin . . » 



15 Aug. 02 
29 Dec. 02 

16 Jan. 00 
16 Sept. 02 

3 Nov. 02 
15 Aug. 02 

4 Sept. 02 
6 June 00 
4 Aug. 02 

4 Sept. 02 

24 May 02 

25 Oct. 02 
15 Nov. 02 

4 Oct. 02 



Detroit 23 Sept. 02 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Steam Eng.) . . . 22 Nov. 02 



Commanding torpedo-boat Bagley . 

New York 

Navy-yard, Paget Sound t. 



24 May 02 
16 Feb. 01 

26 Oct. 02 

25 Apr. 01 
29 Apr. 02 
12 Oct. 01 
25 Sept. 01 

27 Oct. 02 



Alliance 

Chicago (staff) 

Wabash 

Office Judge- Ad vocate-General 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Steam Eng.) . 

Monongahela 14 June 00 

Commanding Potomac 7 Dec. 99 

Atlanta 17 Sept. 99 

Topeka 2 Oct. 02 

Leave of absence 25 Oct. 02 



Illinois 

Commanding Samar 

Iowa 

Duty with General Board . 
Massachusetts 



Expira- 


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Aug. 


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98 


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Mar. 


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July 


99 


Sept. 


02 


Oct. 


01 


July 


01 


Sept. 


02 


Sept. 


98 


June 


02 


Sept. 


02 


Mar. 


01 


July 


02 


Nov. 


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Sept. 


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Sept. 


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Oct. 


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Oct. 


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Sept. 


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Oct. 


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Feb. 


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Apr. 


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19 Sept 99 
17 Oct. 01 
15 June 01 
8 Apr. 02 
10 June 01 

Commanding Iris 8 Aug. 00 

Commanding Sandoval 23 June 02 

Kentucky 30 Jan. 00 

Alabama 21 May 01 

Puritan 20 June 00 



Illinois 

Olympia (staff) 

Constellation 

Yorktown i 21 Mar, 00 

Chicago 2Nov. 99 



16 Sept. 01 
12 Dec. 00 
26 Oct. 02 



Duty with torpedo-boats, Norfolk. . 

Waiting orders 

Oregon 

Commanding torpedo-boat Talbot . 
Wheeling 



1 Sept. 99 Oct. 
17 Dec. 02 Dec. 
26 Apr. 01 Oct. 

7 Dec. 01 I Aug. 
26 Apr. 00 Oct. 



Alabama 14 June 00 

15 Aug. 00 
22 Oct. 02 

1 Aug. 01 

16 Oct. 02 



Topeka . 

Oregon 

Columbia 

Commanding tug Leydcn . 



Monadnock 

Kentucky 

Supply 

Waiting orders. 
Chicago (staff) . , 



20 July 96 
18 Apr. 00 
20 June 01 
— Dec. 02 
80 Apr. 02 



May 99 

Feb. 99 

May 01 
....do... 

Sept. 01 i 

Apr. 96 

Aug. 99 

Aug. 00 

Dec. 02 

May 99 



* Additional number in grade. 

t Also recruiting duty (Bureau of Navigation). 

X Also inspection duty (Bureau Equipment) . 



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21 May 87 
6 Sept. 87 
24 Mar. 87 

20 May 87 

21 May 87 

19 May 88 
6 Sept. 88 

'21 May '88' 
29 Sept. 88 

19 May 87 

22 May 88 
21Mav 88 
19Mav 88 
21 May 88 



....do.... 
6 Sept. 88 

'7 Sept." 88' 
6 Sept. 88 



24 June 76 
7 Sept. 89 

25 Sept. 88 
21 May 88 

6 Sept. 88 

do.... 

19 May 88 
18 May 88 

6 Sept. 87 
6 Sept. 89 

5 Sept. 89 

2 Oct. 89 

6 Sept. 89 
9 Sept. 89 
6 Sept. 89 

20 May 89 

3 Oct. 89 

14 June 89 

20 May 89 

6 Sept. 89 

18 May 89 
do 

7 Sept. 89 

21 May 89 
6 Sept. 89 

22 May 89 

2 Oct. 89 

6 Sept. 89 

' *7* 's'ept.' 89 

3 June 89 

7 Sept. 89 
18 May 88 
22 May 89 

15 Nov. 89 

6 Sept. 90 

20 May 90 

5 Sept. 90 

21 May 90 

6 Sept. 90 



18 Jan. 00 

2 Feb. 00 

18 Feb. 00 

24 Feb. 00 

9 Mar. 00 

27 Mar. 00 

29 Mar. 00 
26 May 00 

2 June 00 

30 June 00 

IJuly 00 

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do.... 

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23 July 00 
19 Aug. 00 

23 Aug. 00 
30 Aug. 00 

24 Oct. 00 

12 June 96 
11 Feb. 01 

21 Nov. 00 

22 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 

11 Dec. 00 

26 Dec. 00 

22 Jan. 01 

29 Jan. 01 

11 Feb. 01 

19 Feb. 01 
3 Mar. 01 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



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16 Mar. 01 
lApr. 01 
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14 Apr. 01 
19 Apr. 01 

12 May 01 

do.... 

16 June 01 

IJuly 01 

do.... 



do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

2 July 01 
12 July 01 

20 July 01 
7 Aug. 01 

15 Aug. 01 
2 Sept. 01 

22 Sept. 01 



Kansas 

Tennessee 

District of Columbia 

Maryland 

Mississippi 

Delaware 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

Illinois 

Vermont 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 

New Hampshire 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Missouri 

Ohio 

Ctonnectiout 

Kentucky 

New York 

Texas 

Georgia — 

Maryland 

California 

New York 

Connecticut 

Idaho 

North Carolina 

NSwYork 

South Carolina 

New York 

do 

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Kentucky 

Massachusetts 

Kentucky 

Indiana 

New Hampshire 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa 

Minnesota 

Illinois 

do 

Utah 

Pennsylvania 

Minnesota 

West Virginia 

Iowa 

Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Missouri 

Arizona 

Kentucky 

New York 

Georgia 

Illinois 

do 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

do 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Texas 

Wisconsin 



Kansas. 
Tennessee. 
New York. 
Maryland. 
Mississippi. 

Illinois. 

Wisconsin. 

Pennsylvania. 

Ohio. 

Iowa. 

Vermont. 

Kansas. 

Illinois. 

New Hampshire. 

Pennsylvania. 

At large. 

Missouri. 

Ohio. 

Connecticut. 

Kentucky. 

New York. 
Texas. 
Georgia. 
West Virginia. 
Massachusetts. 

New York. 
New Jersey. 
Idaho. 

North Carolina. 
New York. 

Illinois. 
New York. 

Do. 
Tennessee. 
Kentucky. 

Khode Island. 

Kentucky. 

Indiana. 

Connecticut. 

Pennsylvania. 

Iowa. 
Minnesota. 
Illinois. 
Do. 
Utah. 

Pennsylvania. 
Minnesota. 
West Virginia. 
Oregon. 
Pennsylvania. 

Kansas. 
Texas. 
Montana. 
Kentucky. 
New York. 

Georgia. 
Illinois. 
Do. 
New York. 
Pennsylvania 

New York. 
Tennessee. 
Alabama. 
New Mexico. 
Massachusetts. 



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761 
762 
753 
754 

755 

756 
757 
758 
759 
760 

761 
762 
763 

764 
765 

766 
, 767 

I 768 



270 770 

771 

' 772 
773 

1.774 
275 j 776 



776 
777 
778 
779 
780 

781 

782 
783 

784 
7Ab 

786 
787 
788 
789 
790 

791 
792 
793 
794 
795 

796 
797 
798 
795 
800 

801 
802 
803 
804 
805 



Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Date 

of present 

duty or 

leave. 



John Thomas Tompkins New Orleans 11 Apr. 01 

John Milton Hudgins Bureau of Equipment 10 Oct. 01 

Provoost Bttbin Lancaster ,30Jan. 01 

Simon Peter Fullinwider New York 16 Feb. 01 

Lewis Burton Jones Yorktown 26 Apr. 00 



Stephen Victor Graham. 



Alfred Walton Hinds i Commanding Fortune . 

Ernest Linwood Bennett Mayflower 

WiUiamPUt Scott* I Kentucky 

Joseph Mason Reeves* i San Francisco . 



|. 



Roscoe Charles Moody ' Naval Academy . 

Fritz louis Sandoz j Princeton 

Leland Frierson James i Wasp 

Frank Lyon* Elcano 

John McClane Luby Kearsarge 



Arthur Glynn Kavanagh 

Carlton Farwell Snow J 

Henry Thomas Baker 

Emory Winshipf 

Charles Siunner Bookwalter. 



Hutch Ingham Cone 

Roscoe Carlyle Bulmer 

Gilbert Smith Galbraith 

Roscoe Spear 

Robert Whitehead McNeely. 



Oregon 

Sick leave 

Commanding Nina 

Treat* t. Army and Navy hosp. Hot Springs. 
Panther 



Destroyer Decatur 

Iowa 

Inspection duty (Bureau Ordnance) . 

Monterey * 

Monocacy 



Walter Stevens Turpin 

George Loring Porter Stone . 

William Scott Whitted 

Robert Hatfield Osbom 

Walter James Manion 



Indiana 

Bureau of Navigation. 

Chicago 

Sick leave 

Columbia 



George Earl Gelm 

Clarence England 

Edwin Hayden De Lauy. . . 
Frank Hardeman Brumby. 
Charles King Mallory 



James Procter Morton* 

Frank Pardee Baldwin 

William Christopher Davidson . 

Newton Mansfield 

Harris Laning 



Daniel Mershon Garrison 

Franklin D. Karns 

David Wooster Todd || 

John Valentine Klemann |1 .. 
William Reynolds Cnshman . 



Henry Varnum Butler || 

Walter Rockwell Gherardi || . 

James Joseph Raby || 

James Erling Walker |1 

Frederic Newton Freeman.. 



William Harry Standley Adams . . . 

Arthur Tremaine Chester I Arkansas 



Cassius Bartlett Barnes || 
Kenneth Marratt Bennett || 
Edward Howe Watson | . . . 



.1 Rainbow 126 Nov. 00 

11 Dec. 01 
9 Nov. 01 

15 May 00 
23 Sept. 02 

1 Nov. 01 

16 Apr. 01 

21 Aug. 01 
27 July 96 
26 June 02 

26 Mar. 01 
9 Oct. 02 

7 Oct. 02 

12 Dec. 02 

15 July 01 

18 Jan. 02 

27 July 96 

18 June 97 
26 Feb. 01 
11 Apr. 01 

29 Aug. 01 
9 Oct. 01 
3 May 01 

8 Oct. 02 

3 June 02 

4 Apr. 01 

19 Nov. 00 

16 July 02 
IMay 01 
6 Oct. 02 

8 Dec. 02 

20 May 02 

22 Apr. 01 

15 Nov. 02 

23 July 02 

10 Sept. 01 
23 Aug. 02 

17 Dec. 01 

16 Sept. 01 

30 Sept. 01 

2 Apr. 00 
10 July 97 

28 June 02 
26 Oct. 01 

31 Aug. 97 

6 Oct. 02 

9 Nov. 01 

5 Feb. 02 
16 July 97 

9 Nov. 01 



Puritan 

Annapolis . . . 
Montgomery 

Dolphin 

Detroit 



Wyoming 

Commanding Frolic 

Alliance 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Steam Eng.) . 
Dolphin 



Naval Academy , 

.....do.... 

Chicago 

Illinois 

Vixen 



Vicksburg 

New York 

Oregon 

Commanding Albay. 
Torpedo-boat Perry . 



Orlo Smith Knepper H Prairie 



Newark (staff) 
Islade Cuba... 
Mayflower 



.do. 



* Additional number in grade. 

t Advanced for war service other than in war with Spain. Does not become an additional number on promotion. 

II Subject to examination and confirmation. 



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6 Sept. 90 

8 Sept. 90 

6 Sept. 90 

21 May 90 

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19 May 90 
6 Sept. 90 

24 Sept. 89 

20 May 90 
8 Sept. 90 



do.... 

19 May 90 
9 Sept. 89 

20 May 90 
8 Sept. 90 



20 May 90 

19 May 90 

7 Oct. 90 
3 June 90 

8 Sept. 90 

5 Sept. 90 
26 Sept 90 

8 Sept. 90 
23 May 90 
8 Sept. 90 

22 May 90 
26 Sept. 90 

20 May 90 

23 May 90 

6 Sept. 90 

22 May 90 
5 Sept. 90 

21 May 90 

8 Sept. 91 
25 Sept. 91 

9 Sept. 91 
8 Sept. 91 

28 Sept. 91 

7 Sept. 91 
19 May 91 

1 June 91 
30 Sept. 91 

8 Sept. 91 
10 Sept 91 

5 Sept. 91 



....do.... 
4 Sept. 91 
9 Sept. 91 
7 Sept. 91 
9 Sept. 91 



7 Sept. 91 
19 May 90 

7 Sept. 91 

8 Sept. 91 
26 Sept. 90 

4 Sept 91 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



22 Sept 01 
26 Sept 01 

"28*Sept'bl 



....do.... 
....do.... 
6 Oct 01 
9 Oct 01 
....do.... 



do.... 

do.... 

26 Oct 01 
17 Dec. 01 
do.... 



27 Dec. 01 

28 Dec. 01 
15 Jan. 02 
21Jan. 02 

9 Feb. 02 



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....do 
5 Mar. 
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16 Mar. 02 
6 Apr. 02 

i'l Apr.'oi' 



do.... 

29 Apr. 02 
3 June 02 
8 June 02 

do.... 



14 June 02 

do.... 

16 June 02 
18 June 02 
do.... 



4 July 02 

11 July 02 

1 Sept. 02 

16 Sept. 02 

17 Sept. 02 



do.... 

23 Sept. 02 

24 Sept. 02 
lOct 02 
2 Nov. 02 



7 Nov. 02 
....do.... 
21 Nov. 02 
....do.... 
2 Dec. 02 



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Louisiana . 
Virginia... 
New York . 
Illinois.... 
New York . 



Michigan 

Alabama 

Massachusetts . 
Pennsylvania . 
Illinois 



Maine 

Louisiana 

South Carolina . 

Kentucky 

Texas 



Illinois.... 

Maine 

New York . 
Georgia — 
Illinois.... 



New York 

Nevada 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania . . 
North Carolina . 



Maryland 

District of Columbia. 

North Carolina 

New York 

Louisiana 



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Louisiana. 
Virginia. 
New York. 
Missouri. 
New York. 

Michigan. 

Alabama. 

Massachusetts. 

Pennsylvania. 

Illinois. 

Maine. 
Ix>uisiana. 
South Carolina. 
Kentucky. 
Texas. 

Nebraska. 

Maine. 

Ohio. 

Georgia. 

Illinois. 

Florida. 
Nevada. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
North Carolina. 

Maryland. 
Qeorgisi. 
North Carolina. 
New York. 
Louisiana. 



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Arkansas , Arkansas. 

Tennessee i Tennessee. 

Georgia , Georgia. 

Tennessee \ Tennessee. . 

do Missouri. 

Pennsylvania New Jersey. 

Indiana I South Dakota. 

Ohio ' Ohio. 

Illinois Illinois. 



New Jersey. 

Ohio 

California.. 
New York . . 
Germany . . . 



New Jersey 

Honolulu. Hawaii . 

Michigan 

North C^^rolina 

Indiana 



California . 
New York . 
Arkansas . . 
New York . 
Kentucky . 



Pennsylvania . 



New Jersey. 
Ohio. 

California. 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
At large. 
Michigan. 
North Carolina. 
Indiana. 

California. 
At large. 
Oklahoma. 
Kentucky. 
Do. 

Pennsylvania. 



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937 



Name. 



Michael James McCormaek . 
John Franeir Marshall, jr . . . 

Rufus Zenas Johnston, jr 

Ernest Frederick Eckhardt . 
Edward Howard Dunn . . ,. . 



Thomas Drayton Parker 

Jonas Hannibal Holden 

Thomas Tingey Craven 

Charles Longstreet Poor 

Daniel WUbert Wurtsbauuh* . 



Ralph Earle 

Gatewood Sanders Lincoln . 

Andrew Edwin Kalbach 

Edward Thomas Fitzgerald . 
Ivari Cyrus Wettengel 



Charles Maxson Tozer . 
Wat Tyler Clu verius. . . , 
Duncan Mahon Wood . , 
Leigh Carlyle Palmer . 
Albert Ware Marshall.. 



Thomas Albert Kearney . 
Arthur MacArthur, jr . . . 
Charles Edward Gilpin* . 
Frank Eugene Ridgely . . 
Dudley Wright Knox ... 



Charles Perry Burt 

Mark St. Clair Ellis 

Edward McCauley, jr 

Kenneth Galleher Castleman . 
William Lord Littlefield 



Earl Percy Jessop 

Pope Washington 

Roland Irvin Curtin . . . 

Arthur Crenshaw 

Henry Croskey Mustin . 



Amon Bronson, jr 

Harry Ervin Yarnell 

Harlan Page Perrill 

David Elias Theleen 

Daniel Sullivan Mahony . 



Arthur Japy Hepburn. . 

Needham Lee Jones 

Thomas Charles Hart . . 
Alfred Warren Pressey . 
WtUiam Russell While %. 



William Herbert Reynolds . 
Cyrus Robinson Miller . . . 

Orin Gould Murfin 

Leonard Rundlett Sargent 
Luther Martin Overstreet . . 



Victor Stuart Houston 

David French Boyd 

Gilbert Chase 

Louis Clark Richardson. 
Walton Roswell Sexton . 



Present duty or station. 



Franklin 

Commanding Restless 

Commanding torpedo-boat Biddle . 

Newark 

Prairie 



Naval Academy . 

Maine 

Solace 

Mayflower 

Wisconsin 



20 Oct, 02 
19 July 02 
27 May 02 
15 Nov. 02 
IJuly 02 

6 Sept. 02 
29 Dec. 02 
24 Nov. 02 
12 Sept. 02 

15 May 02 

7 Nov. 02 
lOct. 02 

16 Apr. 02 
3 Sept. 02 
7 Dec. 02 

1 Sept. 02 
29 Dec. 02 

1 Sept. 01 
22 June 96 

3 Nov. 02 

1 Sept. 02 
19 Aug. 01 

3 Oct. 02 

14 Oct. 02 

Commanding torpedo-boat Wilkes 23 May 02 



Lancaster . 

Culgoa 

Illinois.... 
Indiana . . . 
Newark ... 



Oregon 

Maine 

Naval recruiting duty. 

Wisconsin 

Columbia 



Oregon .., 

Commanding Holland 

Hartford '. 

Waiting orders . 



Naval Academy 

Bancroft 

Bureau of Ordnance. 

Franklin 

Olympia 



....do 

Raleigh 

Scorpion 

Commanding Siren , 
Kearsarge 



Constellation 

Commanding torpedo-boat Stockton. 

Torpedo station 

Franklin :... 

Bureau of Steam Engineering 



Amphitrite 

Naval Academy 

....do 

Naval Station. Guam 

Bureau of Steam Engineering. 



Hancock . ,. 

Ordered Pensacola . 

Minneapolis 

Torpedo station 

Oregon 



Columbia 

Isla de Luzon . 

Texas , 

Franklin 

Isla de Luzon . 



Date of 

present 

auty or 

leave. 



15 Oct. 01 

6 Oct. 02 

16 Sept. 02 
24 Oct. 02 
22 Oct. 02 

27 June 02 
3 Nov. 02 

7 July 02 
29 July 02 

6 Aug. 02 

lOct. 01 

19 June 97 

21 Oct. 02 

20 Aug. 02 
12 Sept. 02 

19 June 97 
16 Sept 02 
11 Oct. 02 
24 Aug. 99 
15 July 02 

IDec. 02 
3 Dec 02 

28 Sept. 02 
INov. 02 

10 Aug. 99 

27 Sept. 02 

22 Aug. 99 

19 June 97 

20 Oct. 02 
18 Feb. 00 



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-Also recruiting duty (Bureau of Navigation). 



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13 Sept. 92 

6 Sept. 92 

19 Sept. 92 

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30 Sept. 92 

6 Sept. 92 



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6 Sept. 92 

30 Sept. 92 

6 Sept. 92 

7 Sept 92 
6 Sept. 92 

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6 Sept. 93 
19 May 93 

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Texas 

North Carolina 

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Connecticut , 

South Carolina 

Vermont 

California 

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Texas 

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Illinois 

New York 

Louisiana 

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Texas 

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Virginia , 

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District of Columbia 

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North Carolina 

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Louisiana. 

Alabama. 

Missouri. 

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Missouri. 
Wisconsin. 
Michigan. 
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Georgia. 
Arkansas. 
New York. 
Kentucky. 
Massachusetts. 

West Virginia. 
North Carolina. 
Pennsylvania. 
Alabama. 
Tennessee. 

Nebraska. 

Iowa. 

Indiana. 

Wisconsin. 

Michigan. 

Pennsylvania. 

Mississippi. 

Michigan. 

Nebraska. 

Arizona. 

Georgia. 

California. 

Ohio. 

Minnesota. 

Nebraska. 

South Dakota. 
Alabama. 
Virginia. 
South Carolina. 
Illinois. 



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6 
55 



Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



Expira- 

tion of I 

last 

cruise or 

tour of 

sea 
service. 



956 
967 
958 



60 



66 



961 
962 
963 
964 
965 

966 
967 



70 970 



971 
972 



973 



Walter Maxwell Falconer 

Joseph Wright Graeme 

Albert Henry McCarthy 

Henry Norman Jenson 

William Daniel Leahy 

Andrew Thomas Graham 

Arthur St. Clair Smith 

Oscar Dibble Duncan 

Willis McDowell 

Austin Kautz 

Charles Truesdale Owens 

Hilary Williams 

Robert William Henderson 

William Christian Asserson 

Clarence Selby Kempff 

Irwin Franklin Landis 

Ernest Clinton Keenan 

NOT IN LINK OF PROMOTION. 

Robert Piatt 



Albany 

Navy-yard, Washington. 

New York 

New York (staff) 

Ordered Pensacola 



Constellation 

Naval Proving Grounds 

Naval Academy 

Commanding torpedo-boat Thornton . 
Ordered Constellation 



Hist 

Ordered Minneapolis. 

Torpedo station 

Constellation 

Pacific naval district.. 



Celtic 

Montgomery . 



Special duty, Fish Commission. 



4 Aug. 99 
10 Nov. 02 
18 June 97 
20 June 99 
29 Dec. 02 

10 Dec. 02 

do.... 

18 Oct. 02 

18 Aug. 99 
29 Dec. 02 

19 June 97 
29 Dec. 02 

11 July 02 
25 May 02 

12 Sept. 02 

18 Feb. 00 

19 June 97 



28 June 95 



Apr. 99 1 

Sept. 02 

Aug. 96' 

Feb. 99 

Oct. 02 

Nov. 02 
....do... 

Sept. 02 

Apt. 99 

Nov. 02 

Aug. 96 I 

Nov. 02 I 

June 02' 

May 02 1 

Sept. 021 

May 99 1 

Aug. 96 



June 95 



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65 



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6 Sept. 93 

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19 May 93 

6 Sept. 93 

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6 Sept. 93 

22 Sept. *^" 
25 Sept. 93 
19 May 93 

6 Sept. 93 



4 1 Mar. 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



IJuly 02 

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New York 

Iowa 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania . 
Kentucky 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Ohio 

Virginia 

California 

Kansas 

New York 

North Carolina 



Appointed from— 



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Pennsylvania. 
Iowa. 
Wisconsin. 
Do. 

Illinois. 

Iowa. 

Alabama. 

Pennsylvania. 

Washington. 

Pennsylvania. 
Indiana. 
Ohio. 

New York. 
California. 

Kansas. 
New York. 



District of Columbia. 



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1101 
1102 

1103 

1104 

6 1105 

no6 

1107 

I 1108 

I 1109 

10 ' 1110 



1111 
1112 
1113 
1114 
1115 



15 



20 



25 



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40 



45 



50 



55 



60 



Name. 



Present duty or station. 



John Halligan, jr 

William Carleton Watts . . 
George Leonard Smith ... 
Wilbur Gerheart BrijKgs . . 
Fletcher Lamar Shemeld. 

Ralph Norris Marble, jr . . 

Henry Charles Dinger 

Lyman Atkinson Gotten . 

Edward Woods 

Louis Shane 



Alexander Neely Mitchell . 
Edward William Mclntyre. 

Frank Lucius Pinney 

William Pigott Cronan 

Ulysses Samuel Macy 



Zeno Everett BriggH 

William Theodore Tarrant . 

Walter Benjamin Tardy 

Guy William Faller 

William Beneflel Wells 



Clarence Arthur Abele 

Thomas Lee Johnson 

Yancey Sullivan Williams . . 
Edward Theodore Constien . 
George Tilford Pettengill . . . 



John Anderson Schofield . 

George Cook Sweet 

Frank Taylor Evans 

Morris Hamilton Brown . 



Commanding torpedo-boat Rodgers. 

Mayflower 

Monongahela 

Torpedo-boat Wilkes 

Gloucester 



Wheeling 

Marietta 

Montgomery .. 

Mayflower 

Massachusetts . 



Fish Commission steamer Albatross 

Indiana 

Commanding torpedo-boat Dahlgren f. 

Marietta 

Adams 



Essex 

Mohican 

Commanding Peoria J . 

Waiting orders 

Bancroft 



Massachusetts . 

Panther 

Ranger 

Gloucester 

Alert 



Adams 

Marblehead 

Kentucky (staff) 

Treatment naval hospital, Norfolk 



David Carlisle Hanrahan Naval recruiting duty. 

John Franklin Babcock 

John Sisson Graham 

Charles Preston Nelson 

Walter Gordon Roper 

Thomas Lutz Stitt 



Herbert George Sparrow . . . 

Allen Buchanan 

Edward Blaine Fenner 

Richard Drace White 

Ernest Augustus Weichert . 



Victor Ashfleld Kimberiy . 

Paul Baxter Dungan 

John Taliaferro Beckner. . 
Joseph Knefler Taussig * ... 
Claude Charles Bloch 



Henry Ellis Lackey 

Hilary Herbert Royall 

Edward Clififord Kalbf us 

James Wilkinson Legare Clement, jr. . 
Clark Howell Woodward 



William Siebel Miller.. 
Herbert Heard Evans .. 

Cyrus Willard Cole 

John Earl Lewis 

Lloyd Stowell Shapley . 



Samuel Ira Monger Major. . 
William Randall Sayles, jr . 

John Wills Greenslade 

Charles Edward Courtney *. . 
Adolphus Eugene Watson. . 



Dolphin 

Adams 

Torpedo-boat Stockton . 

Albany 

Boston 



Essex: 

Mayflower. . . 

Olympia 

Raleigh 

Wilmington . 



Alliance 

Alabama 

Isla de Luzon . 

Texas 

Wheelings.... 



Topeka 

Atlanta 

Cincinnati 

K^earsarge 

Torpedo-boat Decatur. 



Machias 

Atlanta 

Kearsarge . . . 
Marblehead . 
Kearsarge . . . 



Wilmington . . . 

Cincinnati 

Texas 

Hancock 

Massachusetts . 



1116 
1117 
1118 
1119 
1120 

1121 
1122 
1123 
1124 
1125 

1126 
1127 
1128 
1129 
1130 

1131 
1132 
1133 
1134 
1135 

1136 
1137 
1138 
1139 
1140 

1141 
1142 
1143 
1144 
1145 

1146 
1147 
1148 
1149 
1150 

1151 
1152 
1153 
1154 
1155 

1156 
1157 
1158 
1159 
1160 

* Advanced for service other than war with Spain. Does not become an additional number upon promotion. 

iAlso duty with torpedo-boats building by BfoUand Torpedo Boat Company. 
Also duty on Puritan. 
Also riuty as customs ofllcer and captain of yard, Tutuila, Samoa, 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



18 May 99 
27 Mar. 99 

4 Apr. 98 
15 Apr. 98 

4 Apr. 98 



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5 Apr. 98 



4 Apr. 98 

7 Apr. 98 

24 Oct. 02 

4 Apr. 9» 



do.... 

15 Apr. 96 

'7'6ct."(»' 
4 Apr. 98 



do.... 

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7 Apr. 98 
4 Apr. 98 
6 Apr. 98 

4 Apr. 98 

'.'.'.'.'.do'.'.'.'. 
19 Dec. 02 

14 July 02 

4 Apr. 98 

8 Apr. 98 

15 Apr. 96 
2 Oct. 00 
4 May 01 

IPeb. 99 
80 Jan. 99 
IFeb. 99 
2 Dec. 02 
IFeb. 99 



do.... 

31 Jan. 99 
6 Aug. 00 
IFeb. 99 

30 Jan. 99 

IFeb. 99 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

9 June 02 

IFeb. 99 

do.... 

30 Jan. 99 
do.... 

IFeb. 99 



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19 May 94 

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22 Sept. 94 

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20 Sept. 95 
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Massachusetts Massachusetts. 



Pennsylvania ... 
New Hampshire. 

New York 

Georgia 



Michigan 

Wisconsin 

North Carolina . 

California 

Hungary 



Ohio 

Massachusetts . 
Connecticut . . . 

do 

Missouri 



Nebraska . . 
Mississippi. 
Arkansas . . 
Wisconsin . 
Iowa 



Massachusetts . . 

Kansas 

South Carolina . 
Pennsylvania .. 
Idaho 



Missouri 

New York . . . 
Switzerland . 

Indiana 

Illinois 



Wvomlng. , 
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Maryland . 
Georgia..., 
Indiana ... 



Ohio 

Indiana 

New York . . . 

Missouri 

Connecticut . 



Illinois 

Nebraska . . 
Kentucky . 
Germany . . 
Kentucky . 



Virginia 

do 

Pennsylvania . . 
South Carolina . 
Georgia 



New York . 



Ohio. 
Minnesota . 
New York . 



Kentucky 

Rhode Island. 

Ohio 

Alabama 

Virginia 



Pennsylvania. 
New Hampshire. 
New York. 
Georgia. 

Minnesota. 
Wisconsin. 
North Carolina. 
Massachusetts. 
Nebraska. 

Ohio. 

California. 

Connecticut. 

Do. 
Missouri. 

Nebraska. 

Texas. 

Arkansas. 

Wisconsin. 

Iowa. 

Massachusetts. 
Kansas. 

South Carolina. 
Pennsylvania. 
Idaho. 

Missouri. 
New York. 
At large. 
Indiana. 
Wisconsin. 

New York. 

Colorado. 

Massachusetts. 

Georgia. 

Indiana. 

Ohio. 
Indiana. 
New York. 
Missouri. 
Connecticut. 

Massachusetts. 
Nebraska. 
Kentucky. 
At large. 
Kentucky. 

At large. 
Alabama. 
At large. 
South ('arolina. 
Georgia. 

Texas. 

Mississippi. 

Ohio. 

Minnesota. 

Missouri. 

Kentucky. 
Rhode Island. 
Ohio. 

New York. 
At large. 



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Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



Expira- 
tion of ' 

last 
cruise or 
tour of 

sea 
service, i 



1161 
1162 
1163 
1164 
1165 

1166 
1167 
1168 
1169 
1170 

1171 
1172 
1173 
1174 
1176 

1176 
1177 
1178 
1179 
1180 

1181 
1182 
1188 
1184 
1185 

1186 
1187 
1188 
1189 
1190 

1191 
1192 
1193 
1194 
1196 

11% 
1197 
1198 
1199 
1200 

1201 
1202 
1208 
1204 
1205 

1206 
1207 
1208 
1209 
1210 

1211 
1212 
1213 
1214 
1216 

1216 
1217 
1218 
1219 
1220 

1221 
1222 
1223 
1224 
1225 



Charles Hermann Fischer. 

Harry Lerch Brinser 

James Harvey Tomb 

Farmer Morrison 

Charles Elmer Morgan 



Detroit.... 
Marietta. . . 
Nashville.. 
Kearsarge . 
Texas 



Alexander Fred Hammond Yates. 

James Rockwell Combs , 

John Treadwell Bowers 

Samuel Brown Thomas *. 

Frederick Joseph Home, jr , 



Maine 

Atlanta 

Detroit 

Torpedo-boat Thornton . 
Alert 



Edgar Brown Larimer Rainbow . . 

Alfred Wilkinson Johnson \ New York . 

Walter Morrill Hunt Machlas... 

Roe Willis Vincent Cincinnati. 

James Blair Gilmer Alert 



Chauncey Shackford Isla de Luzon. 

Frank Oak Branch , Sick leave — 

Marblehead . . 

Boston 

Newark 



Ralph Elton Pope . 
Charles William Forman. 
Charles Byron Hatch 



Charles Philip Snyder. 
Carleton Romig Kear. . 



Joseph Rollie Defrees 

Willis Gemmill Mitchell . . . 

John Joseph Hyland 

Samuel Wood Bryant 

Edward Sharpless Jackson . 

William Franklin Bricker.. 

Henry Lake Wyman 

Daniel Pratt Mannix 

Arthur Barnes Keating 

Charles Tobias Wade 



Hollis Taylor Winston 

Frederick Raymonde Naile . 

Emil Pravoslav Svarz 

Wilbert Smith 

James Chatham Kress 



Julius Frederick Hellweg . . 

Sinclair Gannon 

Robert Morris 

John Drayton Wainwright . 
Harry Kimball Cage 



George Washington Steele, ir. 
Stafford Henry Rahall Doyle. 

William King Riddle 

William Stanhope Case 

William Nicholson Jeffers. 



John Wesley Timmons 

John Gaylord Church 

Charles Seymour Freeman . 
Robert Lawrence Berry — 
Herbert Claiborne Cocke. . . 



Robert Andrew Abernathy. 
Ward Kenneth Wortman .. 

Hayne Ellis 

Frank Dunn Berrien 

James Hall Comfort 



Paul Foley 

Carlos Alfonso Gardiner. 
William Victor Tomb . . . 
Bayard Taylor Bulmer . . 
Edison Ernest Scran ton . 



Zachariah Harvey Madison Indiana . . . 

Henry Bishop Soul6 Wisconsin . 

Francis Martin Rainbow .. 

Alabama . . 

Eagle 



Mohican 

Olympia 

New Orleans . 

Machias 

Atlanta 



Vicksburg . 

Frolic 

Kearsarge . 
Princeton . 
Yorktown . 



Marietta . . 
Monterey. 
Oregon . . . 
Albany ... 
Nashville. 



Princeton . 
Machias . . . 
Mohican... 
Yorktown . 
Alliance . . . 



San Francisco . 

Kentucky 

General Alava. 

Panther 

Helena 



Torpedo boat Biddle. 

Mohican 

Rainbow 

Kearsarge , 

Chicago 



Yorktown 

Massachusetts. 
General Alava. 
New Orleans . . 
Samar 



Topeka 

do 

Sick leave 

New Orleans 
Ranger 



SO Jan. 99 

do.... 

IFeb. 99 
30 Jan. 99 
do.... 



29 Dec. 02 
IFeb. 99 

30 Jan. 99 
14 May 02 

IFeb. 99 



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do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

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18 Sept. 02 
30 Jan. 99 

IFeb. 99 
30 Jan. 99 

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4 Feb. 01 

2 Dec. 01 

16 Oct. 00 

27 Aug. 00 

1 Sept. 00 
25 Jan. 02 
12 June 00 

do.... 

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11 June 00 

12 Nov. 00 
6 July 00 



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lOct. 00 ....do. 



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12 June 00 
12 June 00 
12 Aug. 00 

11 June 00 

1 Sept. 00 

12 Aug. 00 

11 June 00 

12 July 00 

12 June 00 

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20 May 95 

6 Sept. 95 
20 May 95 
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6 Sept. 95 
19 May 94 

6 Sept. 95 

'26 May "96" 
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20 May 96 
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6 July 96 

20 May 97 

5 Sept. 96 
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5 Sept. 96 

19 Sept. 96 

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3 June 96 

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5 Sept. 96 
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present 
commis- 
sion. 



28 Jan. 01 

do.... 

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do.... 



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do.... 

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do.... 

1 Julv 02 



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do 

Missouri 

Louisiana 

West Virginia . 



Maine 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania . 

do 

New York 



Missouri 

Pennsylvania . 

Maine 

Pennsylvania . 
Virginia 



New Hampshire. 

Indiana 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 

....do 



....do 

Ohio 

Ireland 

West Virginia . 
Ohio 



Illinois 

Pennsylvania . 

England 

Pennsylvania . 
do 



....do 

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Rhode Island. 

Maryland 

New Jersey... 



North Carolina . 
Pennsylvania . . 

Austria 

Canada 

Pennsylvania .. 



Maryland . 

Texas 

Iowa 

Delaware., 
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Indiana 

South Carolina . 
Pennsylvania . . 

Indiana 

Scotland 



Ohio 

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Pennsylvania . 

Kentucky 

Virginia 



Tennessee . 
Indiana . . . 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Missouri . . . 



District of Columbia. 

Spain 

Missouri 

Nevada 

Ohio 



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Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Missouri. 
Arkansas. 
West Virginia. 

Maine. 
Illinois. 
New Jersey. 
At large. 
New York. 

At large. 

Do. 
Maine. 

Pennsylvania. 
Virginia. 

New Jersey. 
Indiana. 
Nebraska. 
Illinois. 
Do. 

Do. 
Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 
West Virginia. 
Ohio. 

Illinois. • 
Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 
Pennsylvania. 
Do. 

Do. 
niinois. 
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Maryland. 
New Jersey. 

North Carolina. 

Pennsylvania. 

Texas. 

Michigan. 

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Maryland. 

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Utah. 

Delaware. 

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Indiana. 
South Carolina. 
Tennessee. 
Illinois. 
New York. 

Ohio. 

Do. 
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Kentucky. 
Virginia. 

Tennessee. 
Montana. 
Georgia. 
Iowa. . 
Missouri. 

New York. 

Illinois. 

Arkansas. 

Nevada. 

Ohio. 



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Present duty or station. 



Date of 
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duty or 
leave. 



Expira- 
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tour of 



130 



135 



1226 
1227 
1228 
1229 
1230 

1231 
1232 
1233 
1234 



John William Schoenfeld . 
Clarence Lamont Arnold. . 

Stanley Woods f 

Edwin Horace Dodd 

Charles Peabody Huff 



Charles Russell Train f 

Hugo Wilson Osterhaus 

Robert Tryorf Menner 

Benjamin Grady Barthalow. 
1236 Clarence Elmer Landram f. . 



1236 
1237 
1238 



Luke Edward Wright, Jr. t 

George Bertram Landenbergerf . 
Louis James Connelly 



Monadnock 

Nashville 

Don Juan de Austria.. 

Boston 

....do 



Helena , 

Annapolis . . . . 
Yorktown . . . , 

Chicago 

Isla de Cuba. , 



Kearsaige. 
Alabama .. 
Culgoa 



11 June 00 
lAug. 00 
2 Aug. 00 

12 July 00 
14 July 00 

lAug. 00 
11 June 00 
1 Aug. 00 
6 Aug. 00 
11 June 00 

lAug. 00 
11 June 00 
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....do. 
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....do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
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5 Sept. 96 

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Illinois 


Illinois. 


do 


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do.... 


Texiu» 


Missouri. 


do.... 


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New York. 


20 May 96 
5 Sept. 96 


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Virginia. 


Pennsylvania 




Ohio 


Ohio. 


do..-. 


do.... 


Kentucky 


Kentucky. 


do.... 


do.... 


Tennessee 


Tennessee. 


20 May 96 
27 May 96 


do.... 

30 July 02 


Pennsylvania 


Pennsylvania. 


England 


Virginia. 







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FORMING TWO YEARS' SERVICE AT SEA, OR PURSUING SPECIAL STUDIES 
PRIOR TO FINAL GRADUATION. 



1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 
1306 

1306 
1307 
1308 
1309 
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1311 
1312 
1313 
1314 
1315 

1316 
1317 
1818 
1319 
1320 

1321 
1322 
1323 
1324 
1325 

1326 
1327 
1328 
1329 
1330 

1331 
1332 
1383 
1334 
1335 



1337 



1340 

1341 
1342 
1343 
1344 
1345 

1346 
1347 
1348 
1349 
1360 

1361 
1352 
1363 
1354 
1355 

1356 
1357 
1358 
1359 
1360 



Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Julius Augustus Furer ' Wabash , 

William Bailey Fogarty I do . . 



Clarence Arthur Conway. 
Ernest Joseph King . . . 
Sidney Morgan Henry 



Isaac Irving Yates 

Lewis Bowen McBride . 



Byron Andrew Long , 

Alfred Graham Howe 

Qeorge Conrad Westervelt. , 



William Norris 

Charles Willis Fisher, jr. . . 
John Townsend Burwell . . 

James Lee Ackerson 

Raymond Stedman Keyes. 



Ernest Acton Brooks 

Adolphus Andrews 

Frederick Lansing Oliver . . . 
Thomas Richardson Kurtz . . 
Holden Chester Richardson. 



Harold Earle Cook 

Merlyn Grail Cook 

John Henry Walsh 

John Matt Enochs 

Rufus Sumner Manley . 



John Parker Jackson 

Benyaurd Bourne Wygant . 

Manley Hale Simons 

Caspar Goodrich 

Ivan Ernest Bass 



William Satterlee Pye . '. . 

Roger Williams 

Burrell Clinton Allen ... 
Charles Lawrence Bruff. 
Arthur Philip Fairfield. . 



John Charles Fremont, ir 

Edward El v\ ell Spafford 

Newman Kershaw Perry, jr. 

John Houseal Furse 

Frank Robert McCrary 



Lewis Smith Cox, jr 

Edward Chambers Hamner, jr . 

Walter Newhall Vemou 

Wallace Bertholf ; 

Percy Wright Foote 



Orie Walter Fowler 

John Franklin Green 

Frank McCommon 

Theodore Albert Kittinger . 
George Franklin Neal 



William Henry Allen 

Joseph Leonard Hileman . 

Guy Whitlock 

John Downs, ir 

George Fred Blair 



Owen Horace Oakley 

John Joseph Hannigan 

Charles Thomas Hutchins, jr. 

Jesse Bishop Gay , 

Guy Wilkinson Stuart Castle. 



inFnois.. 
Wabash . 



Torpedo-boat Bagley . 

Wabash 

Maine 

Annapolis 

Wasp 



San Francisco . 

Iowa 

Marblehead . . . 
Iowa 

Massachusetts . 



Wisconsin 

Maine 

Bancroft 

Annapolis 

Massachusetts . 



Illinois 

Torpedo-boat Barney. 

Ranger 

Alliance 

Maine 



Massachusetts . 

Kearsarge 

Albany 

Maine 

Wisconsin 



Eagle 

Illinois.... 
Wisconsin . 
Illinois.... 
Olympia... 



New York 

Alabama 

Wisconsin 

Islade Cuba 

Don Juan de Austria . 



Massachusetts . 

Indiana 

Olympia 

Ranger 

Iowa 



do 

Isla de Cuba. 
Monadnock . 

Vixen 

Yankton 



Monadnock . 
Princeton ... 

Iowa 

Monterey 

Alabama . . . . 



Indiana 

Alabama 

Monongahela . 

Hancock 

Vicksburg 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



16 Sept. 02 

'3'sept. bi' 

18 Sept. 01 
16 Sept. 02 

10 Sept. 01 
16 Sept. 02 
29 Dec. 02 

1 Sept. 01 

13 Sept. 01 

29 June 01 

28 June 01 

29 June 01 

28 June 01 
18 Sept. 01 

29 June 01 

3 Sept. 01 
21 Aug. 01 

6 Sept. 01 
27 June 01 

16 Sept. 01 

4 Oct. 01 
29 June 01 

4 July 01 

14 Sept. 01 

14 Aug. 01 

27 June 01 

28 June 01 
10 June 01 

29 June 01 

2 May 02 
16 Sept. 01 

6 July 01 

16 Sept. 01 
27 June 01 

17 Sept. 01 
27 June 01 

IJuly 01 
6 S^t. 01 



27 June 01 
10 June 01 

IJuly 01 
do 

6 July 01 

29 June 01 
•t. 01 



X- 



27 June 01 
do.... 



6 Sept. 01 

■4 July "01 
6 Sept. 01 
27 June 01 



do.... 

2 Sept. 01 
15 June 01 
29 June 01 

6 Sept. 01 



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36 


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Date of 

entry 

into toe 

service. 



10 Sept. 97 
20 Sept. 97 
: J Sept. 97 
6 Sept. 97 
do 



20 May 97 
6 Sept. 97 
10 Sept. 97 
20 May 97 
do .... 



7 Sept. 97 

lOct. 97 

20 May 97 

do 

10 Sept. 97 

6 Sept. 97 

7 Sept. 97 

8 Sept. 97 

6 Sept. 97 
8 Sept. 97 

20 May 97 

10 Sg)t. 97 

"!aSept.'97 

7 Sept. 97 

do.... 

20 Sept. 97 

20 May 97 

7 Sept. 97 

20 May 97 

do.... 

do.... 

7 Sept. 97 
20 May 97 

8 Sept. 97 

20 May 97 

9 Sept. 97 

20 May "97' 

11 Sept. 97 

20 Sept. 97 
9 Sept. 97 
20 Sept. 97 
22 Sept. 97 

20 May 97 

do.... 

7 Sept. 97 

21 Sept. 97 
20 May 97 
do 

do.... 

10 Sept. 97 
20 May 97 

8 Sept. 97 

20 May 97 

9 Sept. 97 
20 Sept. 97 

9 Sept. 97 
20 May 97 



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Wisconsin . 

Ohio 

Michigan.. 

Ohio 

New York . 



Wisconsin. 
Ohio. 
Michigan. 
Ohio. 
New York. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 
California. 
Indiana. 
Texas. 

Pennsylvania Pennsylvania. 

New York Maryland. 

Virirfnla Virginia. 

Micnigan Micnigan. 

Ohio Ohio. 



....do 

Pennsylvania . 

California 

Pennsylvania . 
Texas 



Tennessee 

Texas 

New Jersey 

Minnesota 

Pennsylvania . 



Maryland .. 

Indiana 

Wisconsin . , 
Mississippi. . 
Kansas 



New Jersey . 

Kansas 

Maine 

Italy 

Mississippi.. 

Minnesota.. 
New York . . 

Kansas 

Illinois 

Maine 



New York...:.. 

Vermont 

South Carolina . 

....do 

Arkansas 



Indiana 

Pennsylvania . 

Missouri 

Indiana 

Tennessee 



South Carolina . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Massachusetts . 



Appointed from— 



Pennsylvania New Jersey. 

Virginia Virginia. 

Kansas Michigan. 

New Jersey New Jersey. 

North Carolina North Carolina. 



Tennessee. 

Texas. 

North Carolina. 

Minnesota. 

Pennsylvania. 

Massachusetts. 

Kansas. 

District of Columbia. 

Mississippi. 

Kansas. 

New Jersey. 
Florida. 
Rhode Island. 
Connecticut. 
Mississippi. 

Minnesota. 
New York. 
Kansas. 
New York. 
Maine. 

New York. 
Vermont. 
South Carolina. 
Georgia. 
Arkansas. 



Iowa. 

North Carolina. 

Missouri. 

Indiana. 

Tennessee. 

South Carolina. 
Virginia. 
Minnesota. 
At large. 
Michigan Michigan. 

Nebraska ! Nebra.ska. 

Illinois I Illinois. 

District of Columbia Pennsylvania. 

Illinois South Dakota. 

Wisconsin - I Wisconsin. 



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Garrard Poet Nightingale Yorktown . 

William Winton Galbraith Eagle. 

John James Fitzpatrick Newark. 

John Vincent Babcock i Don Juan de Austria . 

Ruf us Fairchild Zogbaum, jr Yankton 



Present duty or station. 



I 



John Murphy Caflfery Detroit 

Henry George Stewart Wallace ' Kearsarge 

Horace Scndder Klyce Vicksburg 

Frank Ward Sterling Callao 

John Williams Woodruff Don Juan de Austria . 



James Otto Richardson . . . 

Emory Scott Land 

Gilford Dar«t 

Franklin Wayne Osburn . 
Roe Reed Adams 



Semmes Read 

Clayton Miller Simmers 

Edwin Graham Kintner 

Harry Alexander Baldridge. 
James Reed, jr 



William Lee Pryor 

George Julian Meyers 

Edward John Marquart 

James Paulding Murdock. . 
Andrew Aloysius Peterson . 

Donald Cameron Bingham. 
Ralph Mancill Griswold . . . 

Leroy Brooks, jr 

Robert Wallace, jr 

William Walker Smith 



Francis Samuel Whitten 

Gilbert Jonathan Roweliff . . . 
Lewis Broughton Porterfield. 

Thomas Lindorf Ozburn 

Harold David Childs 



Walter George Diman. . . 
James Patrick Lannon.. 
Richard Wainwright, jr. 
Frank Charles Martin . . . 
Ralph Payne Craft 



Adolphus Staton , 

Frank David Hall 

David Allen Weaver 

Neil Ernest Nichols 

James Atkinson Campbell, jr 

Charles William Early 

Otto Carl Dowling 

Robert Henderson 

Julius Curtis Townsend 

Wilson Brown, jr 



Edward Constant South worth Parker. 

Joseph Otto Fisher 

William Tipton Conn, jr 

John Hail Blackburn 

Frank Barrows Freyer 



Carlos Bean '. .... 

Oscar Fleet Cooper 

Roscoe Conklin Davis 

Kirby Barnes Crittenden. 
Earl Peck Finney 



William Dil worth Puleston 

Merritt Sherman Corning 

Charles Syl vanus Kerrick 

William Jacob Moses \ . 

George Patton Brown 



Quiros 

Oregon — 
Annapolis . 
Oregon 

Kentucky . 



Olympia 

Don Juan de Austria . 

Olympia 

Kentucky 

Alabama 



Illinois 

Kentucky 

Oregon 

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Kearsarge 

Isla de Cuba. 

Oregon 

Illinois 

Adams 



Date of 
present 
auty or 
leave. 



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28 June 01 
22 June 01 

6 Sept. 01 
27 June 01 



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20 May 02 

do.... 

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20 Aug. 02 
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22 May 02 
2 June 02 



20 May 02 
2 June 02 

22 May 02 

1 Aug. 02 

20 May 02 

21 May 02 

2 June 02 

23 May 02 
2 June 02 
1 Nov. 02 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 
cruise or 
tour of 

sea 
service. 



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do.... 

do.... 

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service. 



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do 

8 Sept. 97 
10 Sept. 97 

20 May 97 

5 Sept. 96 
27 Sept. 98 

7 Sept. 98 

24 Sept. 98 

8 Sept. 98 

21 Sept. 98 

9 Sept. 98 
21 Sept. 98 
27 Sept. 98 
12 Sept. 98 

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8 Sept. 98 

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21 May 98 

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21 May 98 
9 Sept. 98 

29 Sept. 98 
23 May 98 

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14 Mar. 99 
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10 Sept. 98 

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New York , 

Tennessee 

Louisiana 

Iowa 

New York 

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Ohio 

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New York 

Michigan 

Texas 

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Ohio , 

Oregon 

Illinois 

Maryland 

Pennsylyanla 

Indiana 

New York 

Ohio 

Missouri 

Iowa 

Indiana 

New York 

do 

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Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

New Jersey 

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Illinois 

do 

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Illinois 

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Rhode Island 

Virginia 

District of Columbia. 

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Ohio 

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Indiana 

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Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

Massachusetts 

New York 

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Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

Maine 

Maryland 

Indiana 

Georgia 

Texas 

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Kentucky 

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Florida 

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Georgia 

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New York. 
Tennessee. 
Louisiana. 
Iowa. 
New York. 

Louisiana. 

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Arkansas. 

Illinois. 

Michigan. 

Texas. 
Wyoming. 
West Virginia. 
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IlUnois. 

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Illinois. 

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Vermont. 

Massachusetts. 
Virginia. 
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Illinois. 

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Michigan. 

Pennsylvania. 

Virginia. 
Massachusetts. 

Do. 
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Maine. 

Maryland. 

Massachusetts. 

Georgia. 

Texas, 

North Carolina. 

Kentucky. 

Missouri. 

Wisconsin. 

Florida. 
New York. 
California. 
New York. 
California. 



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MEDICAL DIRECTORS (15). 



o 
525 



GQ 



1601 
1602 
1603 
1604 
1605 

1606 
1607 
1608 
1609 
1610 

1611 
1612 
1613 
1614 
1615 



yame and rank. 



Hank qf Captain. 

George Frederick Winslow.. 

Hosea John Babin 

Joseph Benson Parker 

Abel Fltzwater Price 

James Albert Hawke 

Robert Augustine Marmion . 

Dwight Dickinson 

William Gilmor Farwell . . . . 

John Cropper Wise 

George Perley Bradley 

Charles Urquhart Gravatt. . . 

Paul Fitzsimons 

William Suel Dixon 

Remus Charles Persons 

NelBon Macpherson Ferebee 



Present duty or station. 



Waiting orders 

Naval hospital, New York 

Naval hospital, Philadelphia 

Naval hospital, Washington .'. . . 

Naval hospital, Mare Island 

President Medical Examining Board f 

Naval hospital, Boston 

Special duty, Philadelphia $ 

Member Examining Board 

Member Med. Exam. Board 

Member Retiring Board 

Naval hospital, Newport 

Naval dispensary 

Naval hospital, Norfolk 

Navy-yara, Washington, D. C 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



11 Nov. 02 

18 Aug. 00 

lApr. 01 

1 Dec. 99 

8 Oct. 00 

5 Sept. 02 
15 Oct. 01 
27 Apr. 01 

1 Nov. 99 
29 Sept. 02 

15 Sept. 02 
17 July 00 
15 Feb. 02 

9 Oct. 02 
10 Oct. 02 



Expiration 

of last 

cruise or 

tour of 

sea 
service. 



Feb. 
June 
Aug. 
July 
June 



June 96 

Dec. 99 

Jan. 96 

Mar. 99 

Mar. 97 

May 99 

May 00 

Mar. 98 

May 01 

Sept. 98 



MEDICAL INSPECTORS (15). 



1616 
1617 
1618 
1619 
1620 

1621 
1622 
1623 
1624 
1625 

1626 
1627 
1628 
1629 
1630 



Bank of Commander. 

James Ross Waggoner 

Thomas Hale Streets 

Manly Hale Simons 

John Covert Boyd 

George Edwin Hurst Harmon 

Howard Wells 

Daniel Nicholas Bertolette. . . 

Ezra Zacharias Derr 

Franklin Bache Stephenson . 
Presley Marion Bixey * 

Walter Audubon McClurg . . . 
Cumberland George Hemdon 

Lucien Guy Heneberger 

Edward Harris Green 

Samuel Henry Dickson 



Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Naval laboratory, New York 

Waiting orders 

Member Naval Examining Board 

Waiting orders 

Navy-yard, Boston 

New York (fleet) 

Chicago (fleet) 

Navy-yard, Portsmouth J 

Chief Bureau of Medicine and Surgery 

Kearsarge f fleet) 

Naval hospital, Yokohama 

Olympia 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 



27 Nov. 02 


e. 


01 


8 Mar. 00 


00 


17 Dec. 02 


Dec. 


02 


19 May 02 


May 


02 


30 Nov. 02 


Nov. 


02 


14 Sept. 01 
16 Feb. 01 


Aug. 


01 


May 


97 


3 Aug. 01 


97 


25 Oct. 00 


Sept. 


00 


10 Feb. 02 


Dec. 


95 


25 Jan. 02 


Dec. 


00 


30 Oct. 02 


Apr. 


99 


24 June 02 


Nov. 


99 


14 June 02 


Nov. 


01 


10 Dec. 02 


May 


99 



SURGEONS (56). 



1631 
1632 
1633 
1634 
1635 



1637 
1638 



1640 



Bank qf LietUenant- Commander (25). 



David Oldham Lewis 

Howard Emerson Ames . . . 

Frank Anderson 

Phillips Adams Lovering . . 
William Richards Du Bose . 



Charles Thomas Hibbett . 

Nelson Henry Drake 

Henry Guatav Beyer 

John Murray Steele 

James Edwin Gardner . . . 



Pensacola 

Texas 

Alabama 

Asiatic Station . 
Maine 



Franklin 

Solace 

Prairie 

Massachusetts 

Kentucky (fleet) . 



* Surgeon-General, with rank of rear-admiral. 

t Also charge Medical Museum of Hygiene and Medical School. 

i Also duty at naval hospital. 

§ Also duty at marine recruiting office, Philadelphia 



5 Feb. 02 

20 Feb. 00 
9 Nov. 01 
9 Aug. 02 

21 Feb. 01 

1 Aug. 02 
18 Dec. 01 

9 Nov. 01 
15 May 02 
14 Aug. 01 



Nov. 01 

July 97 

Sept. 00 

June 99 

July 98 

June 02 

Mar. 99 

Feb. 99 

Mar. 99 

Jan. 99 



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entry 

into the 

service. 



26 July 62 
10 Feb. 65 

c]6 Mar. 63 
10 Nov. 68 

d24June67 

26 Mar. 68 
21 Apr. 69 
10 Nov. 68 
28 Apr. 70 

7 Sep. 70 

27 Sept. 70 
19 Dec. 71 
27 Jan. 71 

5 Mar. 72 
12 Sept. 72 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



23 Jan. 98 
7 May 98 

18 June 98 
9 Apr. 99 

24 Sept. 99 

25 Oct. 99 
11 Nov. 99 
22 Jan. 00 

7 Feb. 00 
31 May 00 

24 Aug. 00 

19 Nov. 00 
28 Apr. 01 

3 Nov. 01 

26 Jan. 02 



Bom in— 



Massachusetts 

Canada 

Pennsylvania 

do 

do 

West Virginia 

New York 

Canada 

Maryland 

Maine 

Virginia 

Georgia 

District of Columbia 

Alabama 

North Carolina 



Appointed from— 



Massachusetts. 

Do. 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 

West Virginia. 
New York. 
Michigan. 
Maryland. 
Maine. 

Virginia. 

Georgia. 

District of Columbia. 

Alabama. 

North Carolina. 



MEDICAL INSPECTORS (15). 





1 


8 


13 





13 


5 












10 


14 


5 


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2 


10 


17 


7 


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7 


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8 


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8 







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10 


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4 







6 


14 


4 


12 





2 


3 







7 


13 


2 


13 


2 


1 


6 


15 





1 


11 


5 


12 


7 


3 


10 



29 July 72 

12 Apr. 72 

28 May 72 

3 Apr. 73 

20 Dec. 73 



9 Apr. 99 
16 Apr. 99 

24 Sept. 99 

25 Oct. 99 
11 Nov. 99 



10 Dec. 73 15 Jan. 00 



23 June 73 

3 Mar. 73 

14 Mar. 73 

28 Jan. 74 

8 Feb. 74 
3 May 74 
17 June 74 
11 Mar. 75 
19 Mar. 75 



22 Jan. 00 
7 Feb. 00 
31 May 00 
24 Aug. 00 

19 Nov. 00 

28 Apr. 01 

29 Oct. 01 
3 Nov. 01 

26 Jan. 02 



Kentucky 

Delaware 

New York 

South Carolina 
Maryland 

Pennsylvania . 

do 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania . 
Virginia 

Pennsylvania . 

Virginia 

do 

Maryland 

Connecticut . . . 



Kentucky. 

Pennsylvania. 

Ohio. 

South Carolina. 

Maryland. 

Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 
Virginia. 

Pennsylvania. 
Virginia. 

Do. 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 



SURGEONS (56). 



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13 


10 


12 


7 


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3 


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14 


8 


11 


3 


1 


9 


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11 


6 


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11 


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5 


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9 


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2 


9 





10 


3 


13 





2 


3 



8 Apr. 74 
10 Apr. 75 
24 May 75 

18 June 75 
16 Oct. 75 

15 Jan. 75 
26 Feb. 76 

19 May 76 
8 June 75 
3 July 76 



22 Jan. 91 
19 Mar. 91 

14 Nov. 91 
4 Dec. 91 
1 Nov. 92 

26 Dec. 92 

4 Mar. 93 

11 May 93 

do.... 

15 Aug. 93 



England Pennsylvania. 

Maryland ' Maryland. 

New York New York. 

Massachusetts | Massachusetts. 

Georgia ' Georgia. 

Tennessee I Tennessee. 

Pennsylvania New Jersey. 

Germany ! New York. 

Maryland I Maryland. 

Virginia I Kentucky. 



a Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 

b Three months in the Volunteer Army. 

cSix months in the Volunteer Army. 

d^wo years four months and sixteen days in the Volunteer Army. 



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25 



85 



1641 
1642 
1643 
1644 
1645 

1646 
1647 
1648 
1649 
16ii0 

1651 
1652 
1653 



1654 
1655 

1656 
1657 
1658 
1659 
1660 

1661 
1662 
1663 
1664 
1665 



1666 

1667 

I 1668 

1669 

40 1670 

1671 
1672 
1673 
1674 
1675 



1676 
1677 
1678 
1679 



45 



60 



56 



1681 
1682 
1683 
1684 
1685 



Name and rank. 



George Peebles Lumsden 

JameH Carroll Byrnes 

Samuel Henderson Griffith 

Averley Claude Holmes Russell , 

Clement Biddle , 

Henry Tucker Percy 

Emlyn Harrison Marsteller 

James Duncan Gatewood 

Oliver Diehl 

John Marion £dgar 

Philip Leach ^ 

Lloyd Walley Curtis 

Henry Bird Fitts 

Rank of Lieutenant {99) . 

Victor Clay Barringer Means 

Frederick Joaquin Barbo$« Cordeiro 

Francis William Ferdinand Wicber. 

Oliver Dwight Norton 

Frederick Alexander Hesler 

Isaac Walter Kite 

Andrew Reginald Wentworth 

Corbin Jay Decker 

Thomas Andrew Berryhill 

Eugene Potter Stone 

George Pickrell 

Rand Percy Crandall 

Hatton Nathan Thompson Harris. . . 

John Francis Urie 

Albert Montg'ry Dupuy McCormick .. 

Will Ford Arnold 

George Brinton Wilson 

Charles Francis Stokes 

Edward Rhodes Stitt 

Manley Fitch Gates 

Charles Henry Tilghman Lowndes. . . 
George Holcomb Barber 

George Rothganger 

George Tucker Smith 

George Augustus Lung 

Luther Lochman Von Wedekind 

Edward Strong Bogert, jr 

Leckinski Ware Spratling 

Robert Morris Kennedy 

Norman Jerome Blackwood 

William Clarence Braisted 

Sheldon Guthrie Evans 

NOT IN LINK OP PBOMOTION. 

James G. Field 



Present duty or station. 



Hancock 

Navy-yard, New York 

Marine headauarters 

Mem. A Rec.Med.Ex.Bd. Mus.of Hygiene. 
Naval recruiting rendz., Philadelphia... 

Indiana , 

Naval recruiting duty , 

Lancaster , 

Navy-yard, League Island 

Wabash 

Columbia 

Buffalo -. 

Naval hospital, Sitka, Alaska 

Monterey 

Naval training station, Newport 

Naval Academy 

Minneapolis ^ 

Asiatic Station 

Navy-yard, Norfolk 

Albany 

Marine recruiting office, San Francisco X 

Navy-yard, Pensacola 

Mayflower 

Naval Academy 

Naval station, Guam 

Monocacy 

Assistant to Bureau Med. and Surgery.. 

Hartford 

Asiatic Station 

Panther 

Oregon 

Museum of hygiene and medical school 

Atlanta 

Naval station, San Juan, P. R 

Monongahela 

San Fxancisco 

Puritan 

Naval dispensary 

Cincinnati 

Naval recruiting rendezvous, Buffalo f. . 

Naval hospital, Portsmouth 

Torpedo station, Newport 

Chicago 

Naval hospital. New York 

Naval hospital, Norfolk , 



Recruiting duty (Bureau Navigation) . 



Date of 

S resent 
uty or 
leave. 



15 May 00 

lOct. 00 

— Dec. 02 

25 Aug. 02 

25 Sept. 02 

7 June 02 
27 Oct. 02 
21 July 02 
21 May 01 
24 Oct. 01 

26 Oct. 01 
10 June 01 

IJuly 99 



15 Nov. 01 
11 Oct. 02 

13 June 01 
18 Mar. 02 
18 Aug. 00 
18 Jan. 02 

6 Mar. 01 

25 Sept. 01 

4 Oct. 02 

20 Apr. 01 

25 Sept. 02 

IJuly 02 

29 May 00 
17 July 02 
23 Sept. 02 
29 Apr. 01 
28 Nov. 99 

2 Apr. 00 
25 Aug 02 

15 Sept. 00 

14 Feb. 01 

20 Feb. 00 

2 Jan. 02 

16 June 00 

21 Aug. 02 
2 Dec. 01 

27 Mar. 02 

21 Mar. 02 

8 Sept. 02 

22 Apr. 01 

17 Jan. 02 

9 Aug. 02 



22 May 02 



PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEONS (55). 



1687 
1688 
16x9 
1690 
1691 



Rank of Lieutenant {99). 



Adrian Richard Alfred . . . . 

John Evelyn Page 

Middleton Semmes Guest . 

Joseph Alfred Guthrie 

Charles Moore De Valm. . . 



Navy- yard, Puget Sound . 

Newark 

New Orleans 

Yorktown 

Rainbow 



22 Nov. 02 
10 Nov. 02 

17 Oct. 01 

18 Feb. 01 
2 Dec. 01 



t Also duty at marine recruiting office. 



X Also naval recruiting rendezvous, San Francisco, 



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B 



Date of 

entry 

into the 

service. 



2 Nov. 76 

do.... 

15 Dec. 77 

3 June 79 
18 June 78 

31 May 73 
12 Jan. 76 

6 July 80 
do — 

9 July 81 



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6 July 82 
....do.... 



3 June 84 
26 June 84 

3 Nov. 84 

22 Apr. ai 

3 June 84 

lApr. 86 

22 Apr. 86 

17 June 86 

do.... 

5 Aug. 86 

16 Jan. 88 

17 Jan. 88 

13 June 87 
3 July 88 

23 July 88 

18 Aug. 88 
IFeb 89 



do.... 

23 Mar. 89 
27 Mar. 89 
30 Mar. 89 

23 May 89 

24 May 89 
3 June 89 

18 Aug. 88 
3 Nov. 88 
16 Apr. 90 



..do.... 

al8 June 90 

b7 July 90 

24 Sept. 90 

18 Nov. 90 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



12 May 94 
26 Feb. 96 
30 Mar. 95 
8 June 95 
26 July 96 

29 Sept. 96 

22 June 94 
28 Feb. 96 
20 Mar. 96 

3 Sept. 96 

15 Nov. 96 

16 Feb. 97 

23 Mar. 97 



6 June 97 
19 Oct. 97 

6 Nov. 97 

23 Jan. 98 

7 May 98 
2 Sept. 98 
9 Oct. 98 

12 Dec. 98 
9 Apr. 99 
16 Apr. 99 
19 Sept. 99 

24 Sept. 99 

21 Oct. 99 

25 Oct. 99 
11 Nov. 99 

22 Jan. 00 
7 Feb. 00 

31 May 00 
7 June 00 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



do.... 

24 Aug. 00 

1 Nov. 00 

19 Nov. 00 

15 Dec. 00 

28 Apr. 01 

29 Oct. 01 
3 Nov. 01 

26 Jan. 02 
29 Nov. 02 



1 6 23 May 87 19 May 02 Colorado 



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Pennsylvania . 

Maryland 

Cuba 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania . 



Virginia 

do 

....do 

Pennsylvania. 
do 



New York.. 
New Jprsey. 
Virginia.... 



North Carolina. 
Brazil 



Germany . 

Ohio 

Illinois... 
ViM^inia.. 
Maine 



Illinois 

....do 

Massachusetts . 

Virginia 

New York 



Virginia 

Massachussetts . 

Virginia 

Kentucky 

Maine 



New York 

North Carolina . 
Pennsylvania . . 

Maryland 

Connecticut 



California 

Virginia 

New York 

Pennsylvania . 
New York 



Alabama 

Pennsylvania . 

do 

Ohio 

Arizona 



Api>ointed f rom— 



Virginia. 

District of Columbia 

Pennsylvania. 

Georgia. 

Pennsylvania. 

Virginia. 

Do! 
Pennsylvania. 
Do. 

Illinois. 
New Jersey. 
Virginia. 



North Carolina. 
Massachussets. 

New York. 

Ohio. 

Illinois. 

Virginia. 

Maine. 

New Jersey. 

Pennsylvania. 

Massachusetts. 

Virginia. 

Pennsylvania. 

Virginia. 

Massachusetts. 

Virginia. 

Tennessee. 

Maine. 

New York. 
South Carolina. 
New York. 
Maryland. 
Connecticut. 

California. 
Virginia. 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Alabama. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Michigan. 
Maryland. 



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6 



24 Nov. 90 

18 June 90 

19 Nov. 91 
c27Jan. 92 
27 Jan. 92 



24 Nov. 93 

18 June 94 

19 Nov. 94 
27 Jan. 95 
27 Jan. 95 



Michigan 

Virginia 

New Hampshire . 

Virginia 

New York 



a Naval cadet 21 May, 1885; resigned 26 May, 1887. 

b Naval cadet 17 May, 1883; resigned 20 February, 1886. 

o Naval cadet 28 May, 1883; resigned 15 April, 1884. 



11657—03- 



Michigan. 

Virginia. 

District of Columbia. 

Virginia. 

District of Columbia. 



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Name and rank. 



Charles Perry Bagg 

Carl De Wolf Brownell . 
Henry Delano Wilson . . 

Lewis Morris 

John Miller Moore 



Edward Mansfield Shipp . 

Charles Edward Riggs 

James Farquharson Leys. 
Frank Clarendon Cook. . . 
Ammen Farenholt 



Charles Poor Kindleberger. 

Arthur White Dunbar 

Theodore Wright Richards. 

Reginald Knight Smith 

Jacob Coby Rosenbleuth . . . , 



Moulton Kinsinger Johnson . 
William MackalT Wheeler. . . . 

Middleton Stuart Elliott 

Frank Lester Pleadwell 

Dudley Newcomb Carpenter . 



Daniel Henry Morgan 

James Chambers Pry or. . . 
Washington Berry Grove. 
Raymond Spear 



Rank of Lieutenant (junior grade) (26) . 
Harold Hamilton Haas 



William Henry Bucher, . . 

Edgar Thompson 

Elon Obed Huntington. . . 
John Benjamin Dennis X . 
Ralph Thompson Orvis. . . 



David Bell Kerr 

Charles Alexander Crawford. 

Eugene Julius Grow 

Alfred Gilbert G run well 

Cary Devall Langhome 



Joseph Cheesman Thompson * . 

Frederick Leslie Benton 

Will Melville Garton 

Frank Edward McCuUough 

Francis Mohun Furlong 



Granville Louis Angeny 

William Hemphill Bell 

Holton C.Curl 

William Lisle Bell 

Richmond Cranston Holcomb* . 



Edward Grahame Parker 

Barton Lisle Wright * 

Ralph Walter Plummer* 

Henry Edward Odell * 

James Spottiswoode Taylor * . 



Present duty or station. 



Naval hospital, Mare Island . . . 

Alliance 

Asiatic Station 

Naval hospital, Philadelphia.'. 
Raleigh 



Wilmington 

Dolphin 

Supply 

Naval hospital, Newport . 
Independence 



Iowa 

Wyoming 

Arkansas 

Wisconsin 

Returning from Asiatic Station . 



Naval Academy . 

Alabama 

New York 

Keai-sarge 

Chicago 



Boston 

Bancroft. . 
Prairie .... 
Wheeling. 



Montgomery . 



Naval hospital, Norfolk 

Marine det'mt. North Atlantic Squadron 

Navy-yard, New York 

Detroit 

Michigan 



Naval recruiting duty 

do 

Marblehead 

Naval hospital, Norfolk 

Naval hospital, Port Royal. 



Marine detachment, Dry Tortugas . 

Columbia! 

Naval hospital, Yokohama 

Alert 

Naval recruiting duty 



Yankton 

Naval recruiting duty , 

Naval hospital. Mare Island. 
Naval hospital. New York. . . 



Adams 

Treatment hospital, Fort Bayard. 

Naval hospital, Boston 

Naval hospital, Norfolk 

Waiting orders 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



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14 Sept. 02 

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17 Apr. 01 

21 Nov. 02 

12 Aug. 01 

2 July 02 

6 Oct. 02 
9 Oct. 02 

19 Oct. 01 

10 Oct. 99 
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27 Oct. 02 

7 May 00 

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26 Oct. 01 

15 May 02 

8 Jan. 02 
5 Dec. 00 



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12 Dec. 02 
16 July 02 
8 Dec. 02 
16 June 02 
27 Dec. 01 

5 June 02 
12 July 02 

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6 Aug. 02 

27 Dec. 01 

11 Jan. 02 
25 Nov. 02 

29 Sept. 02 

12 July 02 

2 July 02 
20 May 02 
25 July 02 

30 July 02 
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22 Sept. 02 
6 July 02 
15 July 02 
25 Oct. 02 
24 Dec. 02 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 

cruise or 

tour of 

sea 
service. 



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Apr. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 

Mar. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
May 
July 

May 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Dec. 

Sept. 
Oct 
May 
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Sept. 01 1 

Jan. 02 

Feb. 02 
July 

Nov. 

Jan. I 
Apr. 
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Dec. 



* Subject to examination and confirmation, 
f Also naval recruiting duty. 

jConfirmeil as a passed assistant surgeon to take rank after Elon O. HuntingtQp, to correct an error in rank which 
occurred upon original appointment as an assistant surgeon. 



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Virginia. 



a Naval cadet 10 June, 1889; resigned 28 June, 1893. 

b Date of entry as an assistant surgeon for temporary service. 

oTwo months and twelve days in Volunteer Army (Spanish war). 



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1788 
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1791 



Name and rank. 



Rank of Lieutenant {junixyr grade). 



Joseph Anthony Murphy . 
John Timothy Kennedy.. 

Karl Ohnesorg 

Charles Norman FIske ... 
John Jacob Snyder 



Henry Albert Dunn 

Allan Stuart 

Edward Maurice Blackwell. 

Mack Voorhees Stone 

George Franklin Freeman . . 



Raphael Oscar Marcour 

James Henry Payne, jr 

Jacob Stepp 

Charles Hermance De Lancy. 
Fred Macon Bogan 



nice Kemper McClanahan 

Warren Eaward Griesemer High. 

Macomb Kean Elmer 

Robert Emmet Ledbetter 

Charles St. John Butler 



Richard Bland Williams . 
Samuel Sayre Rodman . . . 

John Mosley Brister 

Herbert Orlando Shiffert. 
Allen Earl Peck 



Charles (Jordon Smith 

John Hooe Iden 

John Francis Murphy 

William Seaman 

Royall Roller Richardson. 

Frederick Asser Aaserson . . 

Jesse William Backus 

George Marshall Mayers . . 
Herbert Myron Tolfree — 
Alfred William Balch 



Paul Ewing McDonnold 

Russell Montague Young 

Louis Wilson Bishop 

Archibald Magill Fauntleroy . 
Ulys Robert Webb 



Charles Maiden Oman 

Robert Alexander Bachmann. 

Francis Merton Munson 

Earle Mason Brown 

Howard Francis Strine 



Robert Eustis Hoyt 

Joseph Paul Traynor 

Morton Whitlock Baker. . 
James Hillyer Holloway . 
John Land Neilson 



1792 Robert Henry Michels . 

1793 Harry Shaw 

1794 , Burt Franklin Jenness . 



Present duty or station. 



Don Juan de Austria 

Helena 

Vicksburg 

Mohican 

Naval hospital, Philadelphia . 



Frolic 

Naval hospital, New York . , 

Columbia 

Naval training station, Newport . 



Franklin 

Naval hospital, Newport 

Isla de Luzon 

Naval recruiting duty 

Naval hospital, Washington. 



Coaling station, Polloc 

Waiting orders 

Ranger 

Illinois 

Fish Commission steamer Albatross. 



Torpedo boat Decatur. 

Pensacola 

Elcano 

Nashville 

Annapolis 



Marietta 

Topeka 

Glacier 

Monadnock . 
Vixen 



Wilmington 

Princeton 

Isla de Cuba 

Naval station, Guam . 
Machias 



Olympia 

Naval station, Guam . 

Celtic 

Scorpion 

Asiatic Station 



Coaling station, Port Isabela 

Museum of Hygiene and Medical School. 

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18 Dec. 00 

14 Sept. 02 

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8 Jan. 02 

21 Apr. 02 

12 May 00 

16 Oct. 02 

29 Sept. 02 

17 July 98 

2 Nov. 02 

16 Nov. 02 

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24 Oct. 02 

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20 Dec. 00 

24 June 01 
23 Dec. 02 

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15 Apr. 01 

17 Sept. 01 

1 July 01 
8 July 01 
5 Oct. 01 

18 Oct. 01 
18 Sept. 01 

17 Sept. 01 

26 Jan. 02 
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28 Aug. 01 

16 Mar. 02 

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26 Jan. 02 

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10 Mar. 02 

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17 Nov. 02 

27 Oct. 02 
1 Nov. 02 

31 Oct. 02 

30 Oct. 02 
1 Nov. 02 

31 Oct. 02 
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England 

New Hampshire. 



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California. 
Pennsylvania. 

New Hampshire. 

Maine. 

Virginia. 

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Massachusetts. 

Illinois. 
Massachusetts. 
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oDate of entry as assistant surgeon for temporary service. 

z>Date of entry as assistant surgeon for temporary service; one year and three months' enlisted service. 

c Seven months in Volunteer Army (Spanish war.) 

dDate of entry as acting assistant surgeon. 

e One month and twenty-three days in Volunteer Army (Spanish war). 



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PAY DIRECTORS (13). 



Name and rank. 



Rank of Qiptain. 



William Judah Thomson 

John Bayard Redfield 

Ichabod Goodwin Hobbs 

Henry Tudor Brownell Harris . 
Stephen RandJ 



Lawrence Gedney Boggs**. 

Samuel Reed Colhoun § 

James Andrew Ring § 



Present duty or station. 



Chief Bureau Supplies and Accounts. 
Navy pay office, Pniladelphia 



Albert Sewall Kenny * , 

Robert Patton Lisle , ... 

Leonard August Frailey Navy pay office, Washington 

Albert Williamson Bacon Waiting orders 

Theodore Strong Thompson Navy pay office, Portsmouth 



Navy pay office, Seattle, Wash . 

Naval Home f 

Navy pay office, Newport J — 

Navy-yard, League Island 

Sick leave 



Navy-yard, New York 

Iowa 

General storekeeper, navy-yard, Norfolk 



Date of 

S resent 
uty or 
leave. 



5 May 99 
19 Apr. 00 
30 Nov. 01 
2*2 Dec. 01 
15 Apr. 02 

1 Aug. 01 
25 June 02 
10 July 00 
25 Aug. 02 
21 Nov. 02 

1 Sept. 00 
1 Aug. 01 
1 Sept. 00 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 
cruise or 
tour of 

sea 
service. 



May 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Oct. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
May 
May 

Mar. 

Sept. 
July 



PAY INSPECTORS (14). 
One additional number in grade. 



Rank of Commander. 

James Edward Cann Settling accounts 

John Nininger Speel ' Chicago (fleet) 

Keah Frazer Gen'l storek'r, navy-yard, League Island . 

Hiram Edwin Drury I New York 

Charles Webster Littlefield I Kearsarge (fleet) 

William Wilson Galt^ I Kentucky (^fleet) 

John Clyde Sullivan § I Waiting orders 



John Ross Martin " 

Charles Mlchler Ray § 

Mitchell Charles McDonald * 



Eustace Baron Rogers ** 

Leeds Clay borne Kerr ** 

Richard Thomson Mason Ball**. 
Charles Sumner Williams § 



Asiatic Station J 

Sick leave 

Naval Hospital, Yokahoma 



Chawre clothing factory, New York 

Gen'l storek'r, navy-yard, Mare Island . 

Ordered to New York 

Newark (fleet) 



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96 


7 Feb. 


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Sept. 

Mar. 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Nov. 

Sept. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Dec. 



PAYMASTERS (40). 



Rank of Lieutenant- Commander {8). 



Thomas Jefferson Cowie 

John Slaughter Carpenter 

Livingston Hunt 

John Alexis Mudd 

George Washington Simpson. 




Harry Roland Sullivan. . 
Samuel Lawrence Heap. 
John Quitman Lovell 



Rank of Lieutenant {SI). 



James Spilman Phillips 
Thomas Scovell Jewett. . 



Chicago . 

Gen'l storek'r, navy-yard, Washington . 

Asiatic Station 

General Inspector, Pay Corps 

Assistant to Bureau Sup. and Accts . 

Navy-yard, Boston 

Navy-yard, Washington .-. 

Navy-yard, Poitsmouth 



Navy-yard, Norfolk 

Assistant g. s. k. navy-yard. New York 



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02 


15 Nov. 


01 


6 Jan. 


02 


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02 


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lOct. 


02 


INov. 


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02 


1 Jan. 


02 


ISept 


02 



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■ Also has accounts of the Michigan. 

Also has accounts of Narragansett Bay coal depot, and Naval Torpedo Station, 
i Subject to examination and confirmation. 

* Additional number in grade. 
** Subject to conflrmation. 



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Nov. < 

Nov. ' 

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July 99 

Oct. I 

Aug. I 

Oct. I 



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PAYMASTERS (40). 





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6 



Virginia. 
Ohio. 

Do. 
District of Columbia. 
Pennsylvania. 

California. 
Maryland. 
Virginia. 
Wisconsin. 



16 June 80 
29 Oct. 81 

do.... 

do.... 

lApr. 82 

16 June 80 

lApr. 82 

26 July 82 



11 Sept. 95 
14 Aug. 96 
10 Oct. 96 

1 Nov. 96 
26 Sept. 97 

1 Nov. 97 
5 Feb. 98 

12 Feb. 98 



3 21 Oct. 82 16 Mar. 98 Kansas... 
6 14 Mar. 92 30 Mar. 98 Michigan. 



Iowa 

Kentucky . 
Louisiana . 
Missouri... 
New York . 



Ohio , 

Africa , 

Mississippi . 



a Includes service in Volunteer Navy (civil war). 
Mncludes service in Volunteer Army (civil war). 
o Includes service as paymaster's clerk (civil war). 
^Includes service as Admiral's clerk, 
e Includes service as captain's clerk. 
/ Out of the service from 1 February, 1894, to 16 June. 1899. 
9 Includes seryiee aa cadet midshipman and midshipman. 
* Includes lenrice m cadet midshipman. 



Iowa. 
Kentuckv. 
New York. 
Missouri. 
New York. 

Ohio. 

District of Columbia. 

Louisiana. 



Kansas. 
Missouri. 



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PAYMASTERS— Continaed. 



Name and rank. 



Resent duty or station. 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



Expira- 
tion of 
last 
cruise or 
tour of 

sea 
service. 



1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 

1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 

1948 
1949 
1950 
1961 
1952 

1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 

1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 

1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 



Henry Erhardt Jewett ♦ 

Frank Thornton Arms 

Thomas Holliday Hicks 

Ziba Wells Reynolds 

Eugene Dewey Ryan 

Samuel McGowan 

Henry Augustus Dent 

Walter Lyne Wilson 

Willis Bliss Wilcox 

William Jackson Littell 

Philip Vasa Mohun 

Martin McMahon Ramsay 

Joseph Johnston Cheatham . . . 

Richard Hatton 

Barron Potter Du Bois 

Harry Earl Biscoe 

Oeorge Ooldthwaite Seibels . . . 
Edmund Walters BonnafFon . . 

Joseph Pyfle 

John Irwin, jr 

John Hancock Merriam 

Timothy Stephen O'Leary 

Ulysses Grant Ammen J 

George Brown, jr J 

Walter Blake Izard t 

David PotterJ 

Samuel Bryan 1 

George Martin Lukesh J 

John Wise Morsel 

Arthur Franklin Huntington t 



Minneapolis 

Columbia 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts . . 

Texas 

Supply t 

Sick leave 

San Francisco 

Olympia 

Alabama 

Massachusetts 

Naval station, San Juan, P. R 

Puritan 

Maine 

Indiana 

Cincinnati 

Oregon 

Lancaster 

A88t.g. 8. k., navy-yard. New York. . 

Raleigh 

Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Mayflower 

Returning from Asiatic Station 

Settling accounts 

Independence 

Detroit 

Hancock 

Cadet storekeeper. Naval Academy 

Yankton | 

Wisconsin 

Settling accounts 



1 Aug. 02 

30 Apr. 00 
12MBy 99 

3 Nov. 02 
lAug. 02 

8 Nov. 02 

2 Jan. 02 

25 Jan. 02 

3 Nov. 02 

1 Sept. 00 

29 May 00 
16 Sept. 01 
29 Dec. 02 
16 Sept. 01 

2 Dec. 01 

15 Aug. 01 
IMay 01 

12 May 02 
1 Nov. 02 
1 Nov. 02 

22 Nov. 01 

10 Nov. 02 

IJan. 03 

1 Nov. 02 

26 Sept. 02 

8 Nov. 02 

2 Dec. 01 

31 Oct. 02 
IJan. 03 
IJan. 03 



May 02 

Mar. 00 

May 97 

Dec. 99 

Nov. 99 

Oct. 02 

Oct. 99 

Jan. 99 

Mar. 99 

Dec. 97 

Nov. 97 

Oct. 98 

Nov. 98 

Oct. 00 

Sept. 99 

Nov. 98 

Feb. 00 

Aug. 00 

July 00 

Oct. 02 

Sept. 01 

Nov. 02 

Oct. 01 

Sept. 02 

June 01 

do...- 

May 01 

June 01 

do.... 

do.... 



PASSED ASSISTANT PAYMASTERS (30). 



1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 

1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 

1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 



1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 



Bank of Lieutenant (junior grade). 



Harrv Hamilton Balthis . 

Charleb Conard 

William Theodore Gray . . 

George Palmer Dyer 

Robert Harris Woods 



Robert Hunter Orr 

William Alfred Merritt. . 
Franklin Wilson Hart... 
Harrison Lamar Robins . 
Webb Van Horn Rose . . . 



William Henry Doherty. 

Charles Morris, jr 

Frederick King Perkins- 
George Conrad Schafer . . 
Theodore Jesup Arms. . . 



George Richard Venable . . . 

Howard Painter Ash 

Hugh Raymond Insley. . . . . 
George Milton Stackhouse . 
Grey Skipwith *>.. 



Gen'l storek'r, navy-yard, Pensacola. 

New Orleans 

Dolphin 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts 

Asst. g. s. k., navy-yard, Norfolk 



Culgoa 

Princeton 

Naval station. Key West . 

Atlanta 

Settling accounts 



Asst. g. s. k., navy-yard. Mare Island . . . . 
Gen'l storek'p'r, navy-yard, PugetSound. 

Albany , 

Asst. g. 8. k., navy-yard. New York 

Solace 



Celtic 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts . 

Settling accounts 

Navy-yard, Charleston fl 

Marblehead 



16 Aug. 01 
23 Dec. 01 

17 Nov. 02 
12 Aug. 01 
10 Sept. 01 

31 Oct. 02 

20 Sept. 01 
31 Dec. 02 
26 Sept. 00 
31 Dec. 02 

15 Nov. 01 

14 Dec. 01 
22 Dec. 00 

15 Oct. 01 
14 July 98 

14 Nov. 00 

21 Nov. 01 
IJan. 03 

15 Nov. 02 
20 June 99 



May 


01 


June 


00 


Mar. 


02 


June 


01 


do 




July 


01 


Apr. 


01 


Oct. 


02 


Apr. 


00 


July 


01 


Sept. 
July 


01 
01 


Feb. 


00 


May 


00 


Oct. 


02 


do 




Nov. 


01 


Oct. 


01 


Nov. 


02 


1st cruise.. 1 



* Advanced for war service other than in war with Spain. Does not become an additional number upon promotion- 

iAlso pay oflficer, purchasing pay officer, and general storekeeper, Guam. 
Subject to confirmation. 
Also has accounts vessels surveying in West Indies. 
Also pay officer, naval station, Por^ Royal. 



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57 



25 



30 



85 






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B 
a 



Date of en- 
try into 
aervlce. 



27 May 92 

14 Mar. 92 

27 May 92 

do 

29 July 92 

15 Mar. 94 

do.... 

do.... 

29 Oct. 81 

15 Mar. 94 

do.... 

22 Aug. 94 
do.... 

2 Mar. 95 

23 May 96 

28 Aug. 95 
31 Aug. 96 

7 Nov. 96 
28 Dec. 96 
5 Sept. 95 

18 May 97 

26 July 97 

lOct. 97 

16 Nov. 97 
18 Feb. 98 



do.... 

14 Mar. 98 
17 Mar. 98 
12 Apr. 98 
c 10 May 98 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



9 Apr. 99 
15 June 98 
10 July 98 
23 Apr. 99 

3 May 99 

5 May 99 
7 May 99 

6 June 99 
9 July 97 
1 Sept. 99 

15 Sept. 99 

12 Nov. 99 
23 Dec. 99 

20 Jan. 00 
10 July 00 

13 Jan. 01 

4 Mar. 01 

27 Aug. 01 

21 Sept. 01 
29 Mar. 02 

10 Apr. 02 

28 Apr. 02* 
13 June 02 

IJuly 02 

9 Sept. 02 

21 Sept. 02 
28 Sept. 02 

22 Nov. 02 
10 Dec. 02 



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New York 

Connecticut 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

South Carolina 

Alabama 

District of Columbia 

Iowa 

New York 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Tennessee 

Iowa 

Massachusetts 

District of Columbia 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

Maine 

Minnesota 

Massachusetts 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

South Carolina 

New Jersey 

District of Columbia 

Ohio 

Massachusetts 

New York 



Appointed from— 



New Jersey. 
Connecticut. 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. - 
New York. 

South Carolina. 
Alabama. 
West Virginia. 
Iowa. 
New York. 

District of Columbia. 

Do. 
Tennessee. 
Iowa. 
New Jersey. 

Michigan. 

Alabama. 

Pennsylvania. 

Massachusetts. 

California. 

Minnesota. 
Massachusetts. 
Maryland. 
Indiana. 
South Carolina. 

New Jersey. 
District of Columbia. 
Ohio. 

Massachusetts. 
New York. 



PASSED ASSISTANT PAYMASTERS (30). 





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2 


4 


3 


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8 




2 


1 


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1 


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2 


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2 


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2 


66 


9 


60 


3 




3 





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do 


3 




3 


1 


3 


11 





6 





1 




3 


3 


4 


1 





4 





2 




3 


11 


3 


11 





7 





2 


10 


1 


11 


2 


10 


1 


8 





1 




1 


10 


3 


2 


1 


4 





1 




1 


6 


3 





1 


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3 




1 


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clO May 98 

....cdo 

cdo 

20 May 98 
do.... 



.do... 
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.do... 
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do.... 

do.... 

17 June 98 
/lO July 98 
/23 0ct. 98 

/6 Mar. 99 
..../do.... 
..../do.... 
13 Apr. 99 



3 Mar. 99 
do.... 

9 Apr. 99 
23 Apr. 99 

3 May 99 

5 May 99 
7 May 99 

6 June 99 
1 Sept. 99 

15 Sept. 99 

12 Nov. 99 

20 Jan. 00 
31 Oct. 00 

13 Jan. 01 

4 Mar. 01 

27 Aug. 01 

21 Sept. 01 
29 Mar. 02 
10 Apr. 02 



Iowa 

District of Columbia . 

North Carolina 

Uruguay 

Virginia 



Delaware 

Maryland , 

District of Columbia , 

Mississippi , 

New York 



Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

California 

District of Columbia . 
Connecticut 



Virginia 

Pennsylvania . . 

Missouri 

South Carolina . 
Virginia . , 



a Includes service as naval cadet. 

6 Includes service as cadet midshipman. 

c Asdstant paymaster for temporary service, 27 April, 1898. 

d Includes service as cadet engineer. 

e Includes volunteer service (Spanish war). 

/Assistant paymaster for temx>orary service, 11 June, 1898. 



Colorado. 
New York. 
North Carolina. 
New York. 
District of Columbia. 

Delaware. 

Maryland. 

District of Columbia. 

Mississippi. 

New YorK. 

Massachusetts. 

Do. 
California. 
District of Columbia. 
New York. 

Virginia. 
Pennsylvania. 
California. 
South Carolina. 
Virginia. 



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1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 

1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 


Name and rank. 


Present duty or station. 


Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 


Expira- 
tion of 
last 
cruise or 
tour of 
sea 
duty. 




Trevor William Leutze* 


Prairie 


26 Apr. 99 
10 June 99 

12 May 99 

10 Nov. 02 
3 Dec. 02 

11 Aug. 02 
6 June 00 

15 Oct. 02 

13 Dec. 02 
IJan. 03 


lat cruise.. 

do.... 

do.... 

Nov. 02 




McGill Robinson Gold8lK>rough « 

David Vincent Chad wick ♦ 


Rainbow '. 




Gen'l storek'r, naval station, San Juan . . . 
Returning from Asiatic Station 




Euirene Cameron Tobev ♦ 


?f> 


Arthur Hamilton Cathcart f 


Sick leave 


Oct. 02 




Jonathan Brooks* 


Boston 


1st cruise.. 




Eugene Freeman Hall f . . . 


Gen'l storek'r, naval station, Hawaii 

Nina** 


do.... 

July 02 
Sept. 02 




Dexter Tiffany, jr ♦ 




Franklin Page Sackett* . . 


General storekeeper, Newport J 


30 


David Martin Addison ♦ 


Settling accounts 


Dec. 02 1 











ASSISTANT PAYMASTERS. 





1998 




1999 




2000 




2001 


5 


2002 




2003 




2004 




2005 




2006 


10 


2007 




2008 




2009 




2010 




2011 


15 


2012 




2013 




2014 




2015 




2016 


20 


2017 




2018 




2019 




2020 




2021 


25 


2022 




2023 




2024 




2025 




2026 


30 


2027 



Rank of Lieutenant {junior grade) {16). 



William Thomas Wallace . 
Victor SUmewall Jackson . 

John Runisey Sanford 

Herbert Elliott Stevens 

Charles Robert O'Leary . . . 



Charles Wilson Eliason. . 
Cuthbert John Cleborne. 
Philip Warland Delano . 

John David Robnett 

Stewart Rhodes 



Machias 

Glacier 

Montgomery . 

Buffalo 

Monterey 



Panther 

Nashville 

Isla de Luzon . 
Monadnock . . . 
Vicksburg 



George Wood Pigman, jr Helena 

Perry Garst Keiinard Ranger 

George Washington Reeves, jr Franklin 

Walter Trumbull Camp Hartford 

Ray Spear Pensacola § . . 

Wilmington . 



Christian Joy Peoples . 



Rank of Ensign {SI). 

William Burlingham Rogers . 

Thomas De Frenn Harris 

John Fletcher Hatch 

Frederick Glover Pyne 



Frederick Bronson Colby . . . 
Edward Eldredge Goodhue . 

William Rainear Bowne 

Rish worth Nicholson 

John Dewalt Barber 



Edward Trimble Hoopes 

Walter Andrew Greer 

Cecil Sherman Baker 

Gustavus Redding Madden . 
Donald Wallace Nesbit 



Asiatic Station 

Elcano 

Don Juan de Austria . 
Asiatic station 



Asiatic Station 

G. s. k., naval sta., Tutuila, Samoa || . 

Monocacy 

Yorkto' n 

Topeka 



Isla de Cuba. 
Marietta 



Asiatic station. 
Annapolis 



•Subject to confirmation. 

+ Subject to examination and confirmation. 

I Also Pay Officer of station and Constellation. 



15 Oct. 01 
IMay 02 

20 May 02 
3 July 02 
3 Sept. 02 

Ij Also Pay Officer of Wheeling. 

i Also has accounts Albatrass and Alert. 

** Also accounts of torpedo boat flotilla. 



22 Aug. 99 1st cruise. 
4 Aug. 00 do... 



30 June 99 
10 Aug. 99 

8 Oct. 99 

21 Nov. 99 
IJan. 00 

5 Jan. 00 
15 Apr. 01 

IMay 00 

20 Mar. 00 
15 Nov. 01 

31 Dec. 02 

6 June 00 
31 Dec. 02 

15 Apr. 01 



15 Sept. 00 

16 July 00 
15 Apr. 01 
15 May 01 

15 Apr. 01 
10 June 01 
15 Apr. 01 

"l5Nov.*bl 



.do... 
.do... 
.do... 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
..do... 
.do... 



do.... 

do.... 

Oct. 02 
lat cruise.. 
Oct. 02 

1st cruise.. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



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25 Apr. 99 

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/27 May 99 

31 May 99 

3 June 99 

6^3 June 99 



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28 Apr. 02 
1 June 02 

13 June 02 

1 July 02 

di5May99 

21 Sept. 02 
28 Sept. 02 

9 Nov. 02 

22 Nov. 02 
10 Dec. 02 



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California 

Maryland 

West Virginia 

Maine 

Minnesota 

Massachusetts 

Kentucky 

Maine 

Rhode Island. 
Kansas 



Appointed from— 



New York. 
Maryland. 
West Virgrinia. 
Maine. 
Minnesota. 

Massachusetts. 
Kentucky. 
Missouri. 
Rhode Island. 
Kansas. 



ASSISTANT PAYMASTERS. 



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9 June 99 
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J 18 Sept. 99 



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13 Jan. 00 
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19 Feb. 00 

27 Mar. 00 



n 12 June 00 
15 June DO 
2 Jan. 01 
28 Feb. 01 



do.... 

do.... 

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4 Mar. 01 
27 Aug. 01 

o21 Sept. 01 

5 Apr. 02 
8 May 02 

19 May 02 
30 June 02 



Pennsylvania.. 

Indiana 

New York 

Massachusetts . 
Pennsylvania.. 



District of Columbia. 

New Hampshire 

do 

Missouri 

Illinois 



District of Columbia. 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 

Illinois 



Iowa. 



Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

Vermont 

Rhode Island. 



California .. 
Connecticut . 
New Jersey . . 
California . . . 
Ohio 



Pennsylvania 

Missouri 

District of Columbia 

California 

Missouri 



Pennsylvania. 
Indiana. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
Pennsylvania. 

District of Columbia. 
New Hampshire. 

Do. 
Texas. 
Ohio. 

Indiana. 
Illinois. 
New Jersey. 
Connecticut. 
Washington. 

California. 



Pennsylvania. 
Michigan. 
Vermont. 
New Jersey. 

' ew York 

Massachusetts. 

Pennsylvania. 

California. 

Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 

Missouri. 

Maryland. 

California. 

Missouri. 



♦Includes service as naval cadet. 

t Enlisted man December 1, 1896, to April 12, 1899 

^Includes service as naval cadet and volunteer service (Spanish war). 

"Includes volunteer service (Spanish war). 

* Assistant i)ayma8ter for temporary service, 11 June, 1898 

c Assistant paymaster for temporary service, 25 May, 1898: honorably discharged, 13 March, 1899. 
d Assistant paymaster for temporary service, 27 July, 1898. honorably discharged, 30 January 1899. 
« Assistant paymaster for temporary service, 10 June, 1898, honorably discharged 9 March, 1899. 
/Assistant paymaster for temporary service, 9 July, 1898: honorably discharged, 8 February. 1899. 
ff Assistant paymaster for tempomry service, 18 August, 1898; honorably discharged, 11 April, 1899; 3 years 8 
months 26 days as paymaster's clerk. 

* Assistant paymaster for temporary service, 10 June, 1898; honorably discharged, 2 March, 1899. 
'Assistant paymaster for temporary service, 30 April, 1898; honorably discharged, 30 January, 1899 
i Assistant paymaster for temporary service, 9 July, 1898; honorably discharged, 4 March, 1899 

* Assistant paymaster for temporary service, 7 June. 1898; honorably discharged, 30 January, 1899. 
' Eleven months and three days enlisted service (Spanish war). 

» Ensign for temporary service, 25 May, 1898; honorably discharged, 17 September, 1898. 
" Assistant paymaster for temporarv service, 9 June, 1898; honorably discharged, 8 February, 1899. 
Naval cadet, 6 September, 1898, resigned, 25 February, 1897; ensign for temporary service, 14 May, 1898; honor- 
ably diachsjrged, 8 November, 1898. 



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■ I 



Name and rank. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 
cruise or 
tour of 

sea 
service. 



2028 
' 2029 

2080 

I 2031 

35 2032 



2033 
2084 
2035 
2036 
2037 



Arthur Michael Pippin . . . , 

John Swett Higgriiis 

Ignatius Thomas Ha^ner. 
George Percival Aula . ., . , 
James Swain Beecher . . . . . 



40 



Henry Alexander Wise, jr 

Henry de Fonteney Mel 

John Addison Baxter Smith, jr . 

Felix Renouf Holt 

Emmett Carlyle Gudger 



Mohican 

y icksburg 

Adams 

Bancroft 

Monongahela. 

Alliance 



Wyoming. 

Ordered Columbia. 

....do 

Ordered Franklin . . 



1 Sept. 02 

3 Sept. 02 
30 Aug. 02 

4 Nov. 02 
1 Nov. 02 

28 Oct. 02 
8 Dec. 02 
30 Dec. 02 

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1st cruise. 

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do.... 

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Massachusetts 

District of Columbia . 

Vermont 

Iowa 



30 June 02 
....do.... 
15 July 02 
15 Oct. 02 
..do.... 



-do Virginia 

INov. 02 Califomie 

10 Dec. 02 Maryland 

.do District of Columbia. 

.do I North Carolina 



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New Yorlt. 

Massachusetts. 

District of Columbia. 
.' Vermont. 
. Minnesota. 

. Vir^nia. 
. California. 
. I New York. 
J Maryland. 
.1 North Carolina. 



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CHAPLAINS (24). 



I 



Name and rank. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 

cruise or 

tour of 

sea 
service. 



10 



15 



3001 
3002 
3003 
3004 



3005 

3006 
3007 
3008 
3009 
3010 

3011 
3012 



Rank of Captain {U). 



David Howard Tribou 

Henry Howard Clark 

Adam Armstrong McAlister. 
Frank Thompson 



Rank of Commander (S). 
Roswell Randall Hoes 



Carroll Quinn Wright 

Walter Gilbert Isaacs 

William Henry Ironsides Reaney. 

John Brown Frazier 

John Patrick Sylvester Chid wick. 



Harry William Jones 

William Gilbert Cassard. 



Rank of Lieutenant (li). 



3013 
3014 
8015 

3016 
3017 
3018 
3019 
3020 

3021 
3022 
3023 
3024 



Arthur Oscar Sykes 

William Thomas Helms. 
Curtis Hoyt Dickins 



Louis Paul Rennolds. .... 
Joseph Francis MacGrail. 
Charles Magnus Charlton. 
Edward Joseph Brennan. 
Bower Reynolds Patrick . 



John Frank Fleming 

Eugene Edward McDonald f. 
George Livingston Bayard f. . 
Johnson McClure Bellows f - • 



Wabash* 

Naval Academy 

Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Naval Home, Philadelphia. 



Navy-yard, Washington. 



Massachusetts . 

Kearsar^e 

Columbia 

Pensacola 

New York 



Minneapolis.. 
Constellation. 



Franklin 

Columbia 

Navy-yard, Portsmouth . 



Alabama . . 
Panther . . . 
Kentucky . 
Hartford .. 
Lancaster . 



Buffalo . 



21Julv 02 
23 Aug. 02 
29 July 99 
25 Oct. 02 



13 May 02 

21 Mar. 00 
1 Oct. 02 

25 Mar. 01 
5 Dec. 02 
16 Feb. 01 

5 June 02 

22 Oct. 02 



27 Apr. 01 

INov. 02 

25 Aug. 02 

5 May 00 
8 July 01 
16 Dec. 01 
20 Jan. 02 
lApr. 02 

30 Oct. 02 



July 
Aug. 
July 
Feb. 



May 02 

Nov. 96 

July 99 

Jan. 01 

June 02 

Oct. 98 



June 
Oct. 



Apr. 
Oct. 
June 



1st cruise.. 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



01 
02 
02 



.do.... 



*Al80 duty on the Sovihery and at naval prison, Boston, Mass. 
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10 



15 



20 



11 

12 

11 

9 



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CO 



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2 
5 



10 

10 
10 
10 
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11 

3 




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15 
14 
14 

8 



Ms. 

7 
7 
5 




10 



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a 

D 



: 

I 



Date of 

entry 

into the 

service. 



Bom in— 



6 Feb. 72, Maine 

27 Jan. 73 do 

10 Nov. 73 New York. 
16 May 81 Wisconsin. 



26 July 82 I New York. 



Kentucky . 
Florida... 
New York. 
Virginia.. 
New York. 

England . . 
Maryland. 



3 Mar. 86 
25 Apr. 88 
14 Mar. 92 

2 Mar. 95 
do.... 



6 June 96 
3 Apr. 97 



30 Dec. 97 
4 Feb. 98 

11 Nov. 98 

31 Jan. 00 
10 June 01 
17 Oct. 01 

2 Dec. 01 

3 Mar. 02 

llJuly 02 

12 Oct. 02 
19 ^ec. 02 
31 Dec. 02 



New York 

West Virginia. 
Connecticut. . . 



Maryland , 

Massachusetts. 

....do 

Connecticut. . . 
Missouri ....*... 



Pennsylvania. 
Pennsylvania. 
New Jersey - . . 



Appointed from— 



Maine. 
Do. 
California. 
Louisiana. 



New York. 

Pennsylvania. 
Alabama. 
Maryland. 
Tennessee. 
New York. 

New Jersey. 
Maryland. 



New York. 
West Virginia. 
New Hampshire. 

Maryland. 

Massachusetts. 

Vermont. 

Connecticut. 

Minnesota. 

Rhode Island. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Connecticut. 



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PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS (12). 



1 



55 
-a 



Name and rank. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 

present 

duty or 

leave. 



10 



3101 
3102 



3104 
3106 



3106 
3107 



3108 
3109 
3110 

3111 
3112 



Rank of Captain (5). 

William Woodbury Hendrickson . 

Stimson Joseph Brown 

Edward Kirk Rawson 



Rank of Commander {k). 



Phillip Rounseyllle Aiger. 
Omenzo George Dodge 



Henry Martyn Paul 

Aaron Nichols Skinner. 



Rank of Lieutenant (5) . 

Thomas Jefferson Jackson See . 

Milton Updegrafl 

William Snyder Eichelberger . . 



Walter Scott Harshman . 
Frank Bowers Littell — 



Naval Academy. 

do 

....do 



Naval Academy. 
do 



Bureau Yards and Docks . 
Naval Observatory 



Naval Academy 

do 

Naval Observatory. .* 

Director of Nautical Almanac . 
Naval Observatory 



July 97 
Apr. 01 
Sept. 02 



June 99 
Apr. 99 

Mar. 99 
Aug. 98. 



Sept. 02 
Sept. 02 
Feb. 00 

Mar. 01 
Sept. 01 



SECRETARY (i). 



3201 



Rank of Lieutenant. 
John Wesley Crawford 



Secretary to the Admiral . 



7 Oct. 99 



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r«. 



r 



10 



a 



Entry into 

the service 

as a professor 

of mathe- 

matics. 



a 21 Mar. 73 
ft 13 Oct. 83 
c 28 Oct. 90 



d INov. 90 
e 29 June 92 

3 Apr. 97 
30 July 98 



10 Feb. 99 
5 June 99 
15 Jan. 00 

25 Aug. 00 
20 Sept. 01 



Bom in— 



Pennsylvania 

New York 

do 

Massachusetts 
Michigan 

Massachusetts 
do 

Missouri 

Iowa 

Maryland 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 



Appointed from — 



Ohio. 

New York. 
Do. 



At large. 
Kansas. 



New Hampshire. 
Illinois. 



Missouri. 

Iowa. 

Connecticut. 

Ohio. 
Pennsylvania. 



SECRETARY (i). 



Date of 
entry. 



3 3 7 Oct. 99 New Jersey New Jersey. 



a Acting Midshipman, 26 September, 1860; Midshipman, 16 July, 1862; Ensign, 1 October, 1863; Master, 10 November, 
1865; Lieutenant, 10 November, 1866; Lieutenant-Commander, 12 March, 1868, to 21 March, 1873. 
'>Cadet Midshipman, 21 September, 1872; Midshipman, 20 June, 1876; Ensign, 25 November, 1877, to 13 October, 

f Chaplain, 23 January, 1871, to 28 October, 1890. 

dCadet Midshipman, 22 September, 1876; Midshipman, 22 June, 1882; Ensign (junior grade), 3 March, 1883; Ensign, 
26 June, 1884, to 1 November, 1890. 

«Cadet Midshipman, 6 June, 1873; Midshipman, 18 June, 1879; Ensign, 25 March, 1880; Lieutenant (junior grade), 
13 December, 1886; Lieutenant, 19 June, 1892, to 26 June, 1892. 

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NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS 

NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS (23). 
(One additional number in grrade.) 



3301 



3304 
3305 



8306 



3309 
3310 



Name and rank. 



Present duty or station. 



Rank of Captain (6). 

John Forsyth Hanncom I Cramp's shipyard. 

Fraar is Tiffaay Bowles* ' Chief Bureau Construction and Repair . 

Joseph Hamilton Linnard Bureau Construction and Repair 

Richmond Pearson Hobtsonf Waiting orders 

Joseph Janvier Woodward , . . Staff mobilized fleet 



David Watson Taylor Bureau Construction and Repair 



Rank qf Cbmmander (5). 



Albert William Stahl... 
William Joseph Baxter. 
Washington Lee Capps. 
Lloyd Bankson 



3311 John Godwin Tawresey . 



I 



Rank of Lieutenant {It). 



Robert Stocker 

Frank Warren Hibbs. 

Elliot Snow 

George Henry Rock . . 



3312 
3313 
3314 
3315 

3316 
3317 
3318 
3319 
3320 I Richard Morgan Watt. 



Thomas Francis Ruhm. . . 

Frank Baker Zahm 

Horatio Gonzalo Gillmor. 
Henrj' Gerrish Smith. 



3321 John Dougall Beuret 

3322 Joseph Ezekiel McDonald ^ . 
3328 Homer Lenoir Ferguson 



Supt. constructor, Newport News . 

Navy-yard, Boston 

Navy-yard, New York 

Navy-yard, League Island 



Supt. constructor, Union Iron Works . 



Navy-yard, Norfolk 

Navy-yard, Pu^et Sound J. 

Hongkong, China 

Navy-yard, Portsmouth . . . 



Superintending Constructor, Seattle, Wash 

Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Superintending Con-stnictor, Bath, Me 

Bureau Construction and Repair , 

Superintending-construction vessels 



Asiatic Station 

Sick leave 

Newport News, Va. (Bu. C.and R.) . 



Date of 

§ resent 
uty or 
leave. 



31 Dec. 98 
4 Mar. 01 

16 Mar. 01 

17 Sept. 02 

18 Mar. 01 

10 May 94 



16 May 01 
28 July 99 
26 Mar. 01 
4 Apr. 01 

21 Apr. 02 



16 May 01 

24 Oct. 00 

25 Feb. 02 
21 July 02 

17 Mar. 02 

12 Nov. 00 
11 July 02 

2 Apr. 01 
2 Oct. 01 

13 Aug. 01 
10 Jan. 02 
16 Oct. 01 



ASSISTANT NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS (20). 



3324 
3325 
3326 
3327 



3331 



3332 



16 I 3338 



i 3340 

3341 

3342 

20 I 8343 



Rank of Lieutenant {8) . 



Daniel Chaplin Nutting, jr. 

Holden Allen Evans 

William Pierre. Robert 

Daniel Hargate Cox 

Thomas Gaines Roberts 



Laurence Stowell Adams . . 

Stuart Farrar Smith 

William Gerard Groesbeck. 



Rank of IdeiUenant {junior grade) {12). 



Richard Hallett Robinson. 
William Gunnell Du Bose. 

Ernest Frederick Eggert . . 

Joseph Wright Powell 

Henry Williams 

Henry Tutwiller Wright . . 
Guy Aloysius Bisset 



John Eliot Bailey 

Henry Miller Gleason 

William McEntee 

William Burder Ferguson. 
John Armistead Spilman . 



Navy-yard, New York 

Navy-yard, Norfolk 

Asiatic station 

Superintending construction vessels. 
Navy-yard, Mare Island 



Union Iron Works 

Superintending constructor, Elizabeth,N.J. 
Superintending construction vessels 



Navy-yard, New York. 
Navy-yard, Pensacola . 



Inspection duty, Newport News. 

Cramp's shipyard , 

Navy-yard, New York 

Navy-yard, Puget Sound 

Navy-yard, Boston 



8 Oct. 01 
11 Aug. 99 
29 Mar. 02 
11 Apr. 00 

5 Aug. 99 

26 Mar. 00 
29 July 01 
20 June 99 



4 Aug. 02 
22 Nov. 02 

30 Aug. 02 
24 July 02 
26 Oct. 01 
7 Nov. 01 
28 Oct. 01 



Cramp's shipyard 21 Oct. 01 

Navy-yard, League Island 28 Oct. 01 

Wabash 19 Sept. 01 

do i 21 Sept. 01 

,..-do 1 16 Sept. 01 



* Chief Constructor, with rank of Rear- Admiral. 

t Additional number in grade. 

I Also superintending constructor Goldsborough, Portland, Oreg. 

T[ Subject to examination and confirmation. 



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NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS, 

NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS (23). 
(One additional number in grade.) 



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Date of 

entry 

into the 

service. 



a29July75 
16 Sept. 76 
27 June 77 
21 May 85 
27 June 77 

lOct. 81 



14 Sept. 76 
lOct. 79 
lOct. 80 

13 Sept. 77 

lOct. 81 



4 Sept. 



.do 
20 May 85 

20 May 86 
5 Sept. 87 

.'.'.'.AoV.'.'. 
22 Sept. 87 

7 Sept. 88 

'21 May 88' 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



10 Oct. 88 
do.... 

3 Mar. 91 
23 June 98 

3 Mar. 91 

5 Dec. 91 



9 July 92 
10 Aug. 93 
28 Jan. 95 
30 June 96 

do.... 



11 Nov. 97 

do.... 

do.... 

23 June 98 

1 Nov. 98 
do.... 

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do.... 



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do 

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fiomin- 



Maine 

Massachusetts . 
Pennsylvania . 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania . 

Virginia 

New York 

Ohio 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania . 

Delaware. 

Minnesota 

Pennsylvania . 

Utah 

Michigan 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania . 

Wisconsin 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania. 

Ohio 

Indiana 

North Carolina 



Appointed from— 



Massachusetts. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 
Alabama. 
At large. 

Virginia. 



New York. 
Ohio. 
Virginia. 
Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 



Minnesota. 

Do. 
Utah. 
Michigan. 

Tennessee. 

Pennsylvania. 

Wisconsin. 

Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 

Michigan. 
Illinois. 
North Carolina. 



ASSISTANT NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS (20). 














8 


12 


8 





3 










2 


11 


10 


9 





8 







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4 


11 








3 













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8 


11 


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4 










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6 


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2 












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4 





4 












3 


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5 








20 










9 


4 


10 









21 May 89 
5 Sept. 88 

20 May 90 
9 Sept. 90 

27 May 90 

26 Sept. 90 
4 Sept. 91 



6 Sept. 92 
6 Sept. 93 



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19 May 93 
6 Sept. 94 

6 Sept. 95 



20 May 95 

do.... 

20 May 96 

do.... 

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IJuly 96 

do 

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....do.... 



....do.... 
IJuly 97 
do 



21 Apr. 98 
IJuly 99 



do... 

do.... 

4 Apr 00 
.... do.... 
28 Jan. 01 



3 Mar. 01 

4 Mar. 01 
IJuly 02 
do ... 



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Kentucky . 
Alabama . . 




.... do 

Virginia... 

Michigan.. 
New York 
Maryland . 
Alabama . . 
Kentucky . 



Indiana 

Connecticut 

Minnesota 

North Carolina . 
Virginia 



Kansas. 
Florida. 
Mississippi. 
New York. 
Alabama. 

Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Ohio. 



Do. 

Georgia. 

Michigan. 
New York. 
Maryland. 
Alabama. 
Kentucky. 

Michigan. 
Kansas. 
Minnesota. 
Nortn Carolina. 
VirginicL. 



n fCdptiM ai!d Bevei^ d^yifilnj^ Army. 

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CIVIL ENGINEERS (24). 



6 
J25 



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10 



15 



20 



3401 
3402 



3403 
3404 



3405 
3406 



3407 
3408 
3409 
3410 



3411 
3412 
3413 
3414 
3415 

3416 
3417 
3418 
3419 
3420 

3421 
3422 
^423 
8424 



Name and rank. 



RanJc 0/ Captain {£). 

Hordecal Thomafi Endlcott * 

Ulysses Simpson Grant White 

Rank of Commander {2). 

Frank Oscar Maxson '. . . . 

Robert Emmett Peary 

Rank of Lieutenant- Cmnmander ( 2 ) . 

George Mackay 

Richard Carmichael Hollyday 

Rank of lAevAenant (A). 

Adolfo Jo86 Menocal 

Frank Taylor Chambers 

Charles Wellman Parks 

Luther Elwood Gregory 

Rank of Lieutenant (Junior grade) {lU) 

Homer Reed Stanford 

James Wilson Grimes Walker 

Andrew Chase Cunningham 

Harpy Harwood Rousseau 

Fred Thompson 

Leonard Martin Cox 

Alfred Courtney Lewerenz , 

Lyle Frederick Bellinger 

Reuben Edwin Bakenhus 

Charles Austin Went worth , 

George Albert McKay 

Ernest Henry Brownell 

Ernest Rotteck Gayler 

Paul Lyon Reed 



Present duty or station. 



Chief of Bureau of Yards and Docks 
Naval station, Hawaii 



Asiatic Station , 

Bureau Yards and Docks. 



Naval station, Port Royal . 
Navy-yard, Boston 



Naval Academy 

Navy-yard, League Island 

Naval station, San Juan, P. R . 
Navy-yard, Portsmouth 



Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Naval station, Charleston, S. C. 
Naval station, New Orleans, La . 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 

Navy-yard, Norfolk 



Naval station, Guam 

New London, Conn 

Navy-yard, New York 

Navy-yard, League Island. 
Navy-yard, New York 



Bureau of Yards and Docks . 

Navy-yard, Portsmouth 

Navy-yard, New York 

Navy-yard, Boston 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



4 Apr. 98 
25 Feb. 01 



18 Nov. 01 
27 Nov. 02 



30 Mar. 91 
17 Aug. 01 



10 Mar. 02 

15 Feb. 01 
10 Aug. 99 

16 Aug. 98 



3 Aug. 01 

17 Apr. 02 
9 Nov. 01 

7 June 99 
25 Mar. 99 

10 Apr. 01 
25 May 99 
23 Feb. 01 

18 Mar. 01 
14 July 02 

J 6 July 02 

8 Nov. 02 

do.... 

17 Nov. 02 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 
cruise or 
tour of 

sea 
service. 



1st cruise. 



.do. 



1st cruise..' 



Ist cruise. 



* With rank of Rear-Admiral. 



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CIVIL ENGINEERS (24). 






-.1 



^5 

GQ 



s 



Entry into 

the service, 

as civil 

engrineer. 



18 July 74 
a 9 Jan. 77 



26 Oct. 81 
do..-. 



611 Apr. 90 
15 Mar. 94 



do.... 

19 July 97 

do 

5 Apr. 98 



20 May 98 
29 July 98 
c29S^t. 98 

!*.!!!do *.!!*. 

23 Feb. 99 

do.... 

12 Jan. 01 
27 Feb. 01 
27 June 02 



do.... 

24 Oct. 02 

do.... 

28 Oct. 02 



Born in- 



New Jersey , 
Ohio 



Connecticut .. 
Pennsylvania. 



Scotland . . 
Maryland . 



Illinois 

Massachusetts 

New York 

.....do 

District of Columbia . 



Kentucky . . 

Michigan 

New York 

Illinois 

Massachusetts 



New York 

Rhode Island . 

Missouri 

Illinois 



Appointed from— 



New Jersey. 
Ohio. 



District of Columbia. 
Maine. 



New York. 
Maryland. 



Cuba District of Columbia. 

Kentucky - Kentucky. 

Massachusetts Massachusetts. 

New Jersey New Jersey. 



Illinois. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
District of Columbia. 

Kentucky. 

Michi^n. 

Georgia. 

Illinois. 

Mvsachusetts. 

New York. 
Rhode Island. 
Missouri. 
Illinois. 



«Six years seven months twenty-one days in the Army. 

ftActingMaster'sMate, 2 February, 1864, to 9 June, 1866 ^ ^ „.., w ,ooo 

<? Cadet Midshipman, 9 June, 1874. Midshipman, 10 lune, 1881; Ensign (junior grade), 3 March. 1883. resignation 
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CHIEF BOATSWAINS AND BOATSWAINS. 

CHIEF BOATSWAINS (13). 




Name and rank. 



Rank with, but after, En»ign. 



Alexander McCJone. . 
Peter Huckins Smith 
John Joseph Killin . . 
Patrick Haley 



Present duty or station. 



Minneai>olis 

Naval recruiting rendezvous, Chicago. 

Ordered to navy-yard, Portsmouth 

Fortune . 



Timothy ^heean Navy-yard, Puget Sound (Nipsic) 



William Lowell Hill. 
John McLaughlin . . . 
William Anderson . . . 

John Sutton 

Stephen McCarthy. . . 



Henry Hudson Wabash 

Michael Wogan Minneapolis 

Dominick Glynn Training Station, San Francisco . 



Prairie 

Commanding Uncas. 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Chicago 



Date of 

§ resent 
uty or 
leave. 



19 Mar. 00 

6 Feb. 99 

31 Dec. 02 

23 Oct. 02 

3 Sept. 00 

29 Dec. 01 

26 Oct. 00 
16 Sept. 01 

4 May 99 
13 Dec. 01 

10 Oct. 02 

27 Sept. 02 
3 Oct. 02 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 

cruise or 

tour of 

sea 
service. 



Aug. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
June 
Dec. 



98 
92 
96 
00 
97 



July 99 

Jan. 94 

Oct. 97 
Aug. 
Feb. 

Sept. 02 

Aug. 02 

Mar. 01 



BOATSWAINS (91). 





3514 




3515 




3516 




3517 


6 


3518 




3619 




3520 




3621 




3522 


10 


3523 




3524 




3525 




3526 




3527 


16 


3528 




3529 




3530 




3531 




3532 


20 


3533 




3534 




3635 




3536 




3537 


25 


3588 




3539 




3540 




3541 




3542 


30 


3543 



Hugh Sweeney 

Francis Edward Larkin 

James Dowling 

John Francis Brooks 

Samnel Wylie Gardner 

James Winans Angus 

John Joseph Holden 

Philliplfullen 

William Brooks 

Allen Whipkey 

Harry Reave Brayton 

Patrick Deery 

John Joseph Rochfort 

Patrick Joseph Kane 

August Ohmsen 

George Brinton Moncreif . . 

Hugh Joseph Duffy 

Edward Joseph Norcott 

John Samuel Croghan 

Timothy Sullivan , 

Daniel Montague , 

John Edward Murphy 

Emil Henry Eycke 

Charles Wouters . , , 

Albert Fischer Benzon 

Eugene McClellan Isaac . . . 

Andrew Anderson 

Charles Jacob Christianson 
Peter Edward Radcliffe . . . . 
August Rettig 



Hartford 

Kentucky 

Kearsarge 

Hartford 

Texas 

Navy-yard , Boston 

Alliance 

New York 

Navy-yard, League Island 

Treatment Naval Hospital Yokohoma 

Naval station , San Juan 

Nina 

Fortune 

Oregon 

Maine 

Prairie 

Asiatic Station 

Naval station, Key West (Osceola) 

Constellation 

Columbia 

Naval Academy 

Constellation " 

Indiana 

Navy-yard, Mare Island (Active) 

Supply 

Navy-yard, Washington (Triton ) 

Solace 

Boston 

New Orleans 

Naval station, San Juan 



17 Sept. 02 
21 May 00 

8 Oct. 01 
25 Aug. 02 
17 Nov. 02 

29 Apr. 02 
27 Apr. 01 

25 Oct. 97 

11 Aug. 02 
10 Dec. 02 

23 Jan. 02 

6 Oct. 02 
27 Oct. 02 
29 Sept. 02 

29 Dec. 02 

17 Dec. 02 

26 Apr. 98 
13 Nov. 01 
16 Jan. 02 

16 Mar. 02 

9 Dec. 01 

12 Apr. 02 

30 Aug. 02 

7 Apr. 02 
15 Oct. 02 

13 Jan. 02 
3 Nov. 02 

19 Sept. 01 

18 Feb. 00 

17 Dec. 02 



July 01 

Mar. 98 
Nov. 
June 

June 01 

Dec. 01 

Sept. 99 
1st cruise.. 

June 02 

Dec. 02 

Sept. 00 
Feb. 01 
Oct. 01 
Dec. 01 
do.... 



Mar. 01 
1st cruise. 
Oct. 99 
Sept. 01 
Nov. 01 



do... 

July 01 
Dec. 00 
Feb. 02 
Mar. 00 



Nov. 01 
Nov. 00 
Apr. 01 
1st cruise. 
July 01 



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18 Dec. 70 

7 Aug. 72 

23 Oct. 77 

18 Oct. 78 

22 Oct. 78 

19 Sept. 81 
18 Nov. 81 

12 Dec. 81 

23 June 82 

13 May 87 

27 Aug. 89 
21 Oct. 89 
30 June 91 



3 Mar. 99 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

27 Aug. 99 
21 Oct. 99 
30 June 01 



Ireland 

Holland 

Ireland 

New Hampshire 
Ireland 

Iowa 

Maine 

Sweden 

Nova Scotia 

Connnecticut. . . 

Massachusetts . . 

New York 

Massachusetts . . 



Pennsylvania. 
Virginia. 
Massachusetts. 
New Hampshire. 
California. 

New York. 
Dist. Columbia. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
New Jersey. 

Massachusetts. 
New York. 
Mas.saehusett8. 



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10 


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6 


1 


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15 


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21 


10 


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5 


16 


8 


28 


11 


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11 


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1 


3 


2 


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1 


14 


7 


29 


8 


2 


5 





7 


12 


8 


5 


6 


1 


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2 


24 





22 


11 


2 


6 





1 


16 


4 


7 


8 





9 








7 


10 


19 


9 


2 


1 








8 


1 


7 


3 


1 


4 





1 


7 


11 


18 


11 


1 


7 





1 


21 


11 


6 


4 


1 


1 





1 


4 


6 


14 


11 


1 


6 





2 





8 


25 


9 


1 


9 








14 


1 





1 


1 


5 








12 


7 


1 


3 


3 





1 


6 


11 11 


2 


2 


1 





1 


16 


11 1 14 


8 


2 


5 





1 


19 


1 2 


9 


2 


6 





2 


12 


8 5 





1 


4 








10 


8 27 


11 


1 


4 





1 


13 


1 


29 



27 Aug. 89 




Scotland 


Rlmdp TRlnn/l 


30 Jan. 95 




Pennsylvania Ppnnsvivtmin. 


26 Aug. 95 
23 Sept. 95 
22 Apr. % 

14 Sept. 96 




Ireland 


Massachusetts. 




New Jersey 

Maryland 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania — 

New York 

Ireland 


New Jersey. 
Virginia. 

New Jersey. 
Massac h usetts 






27 Nov. 96 




28 Nov. 96 




New York. 


4 Jan. 97 




New Jersey. 
Pennsylvania. 

Massach usetts. 


18 Mar. 97 




3 May 97 




5 May 97 
15 May 97 
21 May 97 
24 June 97 




New York. 




do 


Do. 




do 


New Jersey. 
Virginia. 

Do. 




Germany 


12 July 97 




New Jersey 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts 

New York 

do 


30 July 97 
11 Mar. 98 




Connecticut. 




Massachusetts. 


10 May 98 




Dist. Columbia. 


2 June 98 




New York. 


15 June 98 




Ireland 


Do. 


do.... 




do 


Washington. 
New York. 


23 June 98 




New York 

Belgium 


do.... 




Do. 


al3 July 98 

bl6 July 98 
cl Aug. 98 




New York 

Pennsylvania 

Norway 


Do. 




Virginia. 
New York. 




11 Aug. 98 
1 Sept. 98 
1 Sept. 98 




New York 

California 

Germany 


California. 




Do. 




New York. 



a Mate, August 14, 1897. 
6 Mate, August 19, 1897. 
c Mate, November 8, 1897. 



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3544 
3645 
3546 
3647 
35 3548 

3549 

3650 

i 3551 

3552 

40 3553 

I 3554 
3555 
3656 
3557 
3558 

3559 
3660 
3561 
3562 
3563 

3564 
3566 
3566 
3567 
3568 



3570 
3571 
3572 
3573 

3674 
3575 
3576 
3577 
3578 

3579 
3580 
3581 
3582 
3583 

3584 
3585 
3586 
3587 
3588 



3590 
3591 
3592 



8594 
3595 
3596 
3597 
3598 

3599 
3600 
3601 
3602 
3603 



Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Charles Thompson Chase Navy-yard, Penaacola ( Accomac ) . 

Hjalmar Eugene 01»en ; Columbia 

Cnristopher Joseph Cooper , Monongabela 

James Henry Doyle ' Columbia 

George Brinton Hendry | Navy-yard, Pensaeola (Accomac) . 



Arthur Rogers Nickerson . 

John Mahoney 

Ernest Victor Sandstrom.. 

William Johnson 

John McOrath 



Charles Leonard Weiss . 

Christian Crone 

Frederick MuUer 

John Watts Stoakley . . . 
John David Walsh 



Constellation 

Navy-yard, Washington (Tecumseh) . 

Potomac 

Minneapolis 

Ordered to navy-yard, Boston 



Naval Academy 

Naval station, Guam . 

Piscataqua 

Franklin 

Amphitrite 



Naval station. Key West (Massasoit) . 

Asiatic Station 

Wisconsin 

Wabash 

P*anther 



James Matthews 

Aaron Brooks Irelan 

Alfred Hill Hewson 

Henry Feehan 

Charles Herbert Bullock 

Paul Hennig Treatment hospital, Mare Island 

John McCarthy '' 

Henry Clay Jarrett 

Percy Herbert 

Rudolph Christian Mehrtens 

Martin Fritman ,, 

Dennis John O'Connell 

Frederick Ross Hazard 

Louis William Sopp 

Frank Carall 



Daniel Moriarty 

William Johnson 

Arthur Smith 

John Martin Andrew Shaw . 
Osbom Deignan .". 



Iris. 
Puritan. 
Glacier . 
Atlanta. 



Lancaster 

Franklin 

Solace 

Albany 

Commanding coal barge No. 1. 



Mohican 

Alliance 

Glacier 

Solace 

Independence. 



James Laven 

William Juraschka 

Belmar Harlow Shepley 

Gustav Sabelstrom * Olympia 

Michael John Joseph Farley Buffalo 

Gustav Freudendorf 

Heinrich Seedorff 

Joseph Clancy 

Robert Rohange 

John Winn * 



Patrick Shanahan* .. 

John Eberwine* 

August Wohltman * . . 
John Aloisius Riley * . 
David White* 



William Martin* 

Phillip Fechter* 

Edward Joseph Damon * 

James Leckie * 

Charles Horace Cleaveland*. 



Lewis Munroe Melcher *. . . 

Henry George Jacklin * 

Thomas Matthew Cassidy *. 

Edwin Murphy * , 

Edward Allen * , 



Roland PeveralTeel* . 



Commanding Wompatuck . 

Massachusetts 

Alabama 



Panther 27 Apr. 01 

Celtic 7 May 01 

Glacier do 

Buffalo 11 July 01 

Restless 24 Oct. 02 



Lancaster 

Iowa 

Uncas 

Monongabela . 
do 



Glacier 

Naval station, San Juan . . . 

Topeka 

Pensaeola 

Commanding Fish Hawk . 



Naval Academy f. 

Recruiting duty Bureau Navigation . 

Newark 

North Atlantic Station 

Wompatuck : 



Rainbow . 



Date of 

§ resent 
uty or 
leave. 



18 May 01 

5 Dec. 02 
20 Dec. 00 

4 Oct. 02 
18 May 01 

17 Jan. 02 

12 Oct. 02 

6 Dec. 02 

26 Dec. 02 

18 Dec. 02 

lOct. 02 
10 Sept. 99 
9 Dec. 99 

6 Oct. 02 
10 Nov. 02 

9 Dec. 99 
20 Oct. 00 
4 Feb. 01 

3 Dec. 02 

13 Aug. 00 

2 Mar. 02 

4 Apr. 00 
10 June 00 

3 July 00 
15 Sept. 00 

13 Apr. 01 

4 Aug. 02 

1 Mar. 00 
29 May 00 
15 Aug. 00 

27 Apr. 01 
15 Aug. 00 

2 Apr. 00 
24 Mar. 00 

7 Oct. 02 

4 July 00 

8 June 01 

do.... 

26 Dec. 01 
10 July 01 



11 Mar. 02 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



do..., 

do.... 

do.... 

22 Apr. 02 
28 Apr. 02 



12 July 02 
8 July 02 
6 Aug. 02 
8 Sept. 02 

18 Sept. 02 

24 Sept. 02 



Expiration; 

of last ! 

cruise or 

tour of sea 

service. 1 

I 



isicrui 
Sept. 


8e..i 
02 


Jan. 


02 


June 


(Ti 


1st cruise.. 1 


May 


02 


Oct. 


02 


Aug. 


02 


Istcniise.. 


do 




Aug. 


02 


Oct. 


02 


June 


00 


1st cruise.. 


do 




Sept. 


02 


1st cruise.. 



Mar. 02 
1st cruise.. 

do.... 

.....do.... 
do.... 



do.... 

July 02 
1st cruise.. 

do.. 

do.. 



do.... 

....».do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

Oct. 02 

Ist cruise . . 

do.... 

do.... 

do ... . 

do.... 



..do... 
.do... 
..do... 
..do... 
..do... 

..do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 



May 98 
May 96 



1st cruise 

do.... 

....do.... 



.do.... 



♦Acting appointment; not yet warranted. 



t Additional duty on the Gloucester. 



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8 




6 





2 






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Previous 

service as 

enlisted 



aMate, 15 April, 1898. 
b Mate, 20 August, 1897. 
e Mate, 27 August, 1897. 
rf Mate, 11 April, 1898. 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 
as boat- 
swain. 



a 6 Mar. 99 
b 6 Mar. 99 
c 6 Mar. 99 
a 6 Mar. 99 
a 10 Apr. 99 

d 10 Apr. 99 
•HO Apr. 99 
ti 10 Apr. 99 
« 10 Apr. 99 
/ 10 Apr. 99 

d 10 Apr. 99 
A 10 Apr. 99 
d26May99 
A 15 Aug. 99 

29 Aug. 99 

31 Aug. 99 

do 

do.... 

28 Sept. 99 
25 Jan. 00 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

30 Jan. 00 
1 Mar. 00 

15 Aug. 99 
1 Mar. 00 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

24 Mar. 00 
9 Apr. 00 

16 May 00 
11 Apr. 01 
do 

do.... 

do.... 

27 Apr. or 

7 May 01 
do 

ill July 01 
5 Nov. 01 

11 Mar. 02 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

i 28 Apr. 02 

fc24May02 

5 July 02 

6 Aug. 02 

8 Sept. 02 
13 Sept. 02 

24 Sept. 02 



Born in- 



Virginia . . . 
Norway ... 

Ireland 

New York . 
....do 



Massachusetts . 

do 

Sweden 

Pennsylvania . 
Massachusetts . 



New York 

Pennsylvania . 

Germany 

Virginia 

Ireland 



....do 

New Jersey 

New York 

Massachusetts . 
New York 



Germany 

Ireland 

Maryland 

England 

South Carolina . 



Ohio 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts . . . 

Germany 

New Hampshire. 



Ireland . . . 
England . . 
Belgium . . 
Denmark . 
Iowa 



England.. 
Germany . 
Maryland. 
Sweden... 
Ireland . . . 



Russia 

Sweden 

New York . 
Denmark.. 
New York . 



Ireland 

Pennsylvania . 

New Jersey 

England 

Austria 



Appointed from— 



New York. 

Do. 
Rhode Island. 
New York. 

Do. 

Maasachusetts. 

Do. 
California. 
Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 

New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Virginia. 
New York. 

Do. 
California. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
Rhode Island. 

New York. 
Massachusetts. 
Maryland. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 

Ohio. 

Massachusetts. 
Rhode Island. 
New York. 
New Hampshire. 

Massachusetts. 
New York. 
Washington. 
California. 
Iowa. 

Rhode Island. 
New Jersey. 
Maryland. 
New York. 
Do. 

California. 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Virginia. 

New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 

Do. 
Massachusetts. 



Ireland District of Columbia. 

Pennsylvania Pennsylvania. 

Massachusetts ' New Jersey. 

Scotland California. 

Massachusetts Massachusetts. 



....do 

England... 
Ireland ... 
Wisconsin . 
Holland... 



North Carolina. 



Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 
California. 
New York. 
New Jersey. 

District of Columbia. 



e Mate, 14 August, 1897. 
J Mate, 12 April, 1898. 
(/Mate, 26 August, 1898. 
h Mate, 23 July, 1898. 



i Mate, 16 August to 2 November, 1897. 
iMate, 26 Februarj% 1864. 
fcMate, 9 October, 1867. 



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3701 
3702 
3703 
3704 
3705 

3706 
3707 
3708 
3709 
3710 

8711 
3712 
3718 
3714 



Name and rank. 



Rank with, but after, Erisign, 

Charles Belford Magruder 

William Halford 

John Joseph Walsh 

Arthur Armand Phelps 

Patrick Lynch 

William Walsh 

Thomas Michael Johnston 

Frank Cornelius Messenger 

Joel Clements Evans 

Frank Holebrook Whitney 

Michael William Gilmartin 

Charles Morgan 

Joseph Roderick Ward 

Hugh Sinclair * 



Present duty or station. 



I 



Date of 

present 

duty or 

leave. 



Navy-yard, New York 5 Aug. 99 

Naval magazine, Mare Island I 6 Nov. ^ 

Hancock ]« Feb. 01 

Charge Nitre Depot, Maiden, Mass 24 June 01 

Raleigh , I 1 Nov. 02 

Asiatic Station 10 Oct. 00 

Newark 15 Nov. 02 

Hartford ; 20 Sept. 02 

Chicago 27 Dec. 01 

Naval magazine, lona Island, N. Y .SO July 01 

Maine 29 Dec. 02 

Minneapolis '30 May 02 

Navy-yard, Mare Island ,11 Jan. 02 

Olympia 25 Jan. 02 



Expiration 
of last 

cruise or 
tour of sea 

service. 



Feb. 


96 


Nov. 


93 


May 


89 


Feb. 


99 


May 


95 


Sept. 


98 


Mar. 


98 


Dec. 


97 


May 


98 


Nov. 


98 


Sept. 


95 


Sept. 


98 


Mar. 


01 


May 


96 



GUNNERS (89). 



3715 
3716 
3717 
3718 
3719 

3720 
3721 
3722 
3723 
3724 

3725 
3726 
3727 
3728 
3729 

3730 
3731 
3732 
3733 
3734 

3735 
3736 
3737 
3738 
3739 

3740 
3741 
3742 
3743 
3744 

3745 
3746 
3747 
3748 
3749 



Frank Lee Hoagland ! Illinois 

James Shannon Asiatic Station . 

do 

Massachusetts . . 

Texas 



William Graves Moore . 
Leonard John George Kuhlwein. 
William Augustus Cable 



Joseph Hill 

Charles Bradford Babson. . 

Otto Fries 

George Lincoln Mallery. . . 
Franklin Tyler Applegate. 



Frank Rorschach 

Allan Scott Mackenzie 

Herbert Campbell 

Gaston De Paz Johnstone . 
James Donald 



Myles Joyce 

Levin James Wallace 

David Lyons 

Cliffoi'd Henry Sheldon 

Theodore Burton Watson . 



Thomas James Shuttleworth 

Clarence Sylvester Vanderbeck . 

John Henry Lohman 

George Charrette 

Simon Jacobs 



George Patrick Brady. 

Hans Johnsen , 

William Zeitler 

Charles Edward Jaffe . 
Samuel Chiles 



George Wallis Phillips ... 

Andrew Olsson 

Patrick Hill 

James Thomas Roach 

David Farragut Diggins. 



Pensacola . 

Boston 

Kentucky . 
Puritan.... 
Indiana ... 



Kearsarge 

do 

Rainbow , 

Training station, Newport. 
Leyden 



San Francisco 

Prairie 

Naval magazine, Chelsea, Mass. 

Navy-yard, Washington 

Naval magazine, Dover, N.J 



Albany 

Naval magazine, Fort Mifflin, Pa . 
Navy-yard, Norfolk (St.Julien's) . 

Iowa 

Naval Proving Ground 



Torpedo station 

Navy-yard, New York 

Ndvy-yard, League Island 

Training station, San Francisco 

Navy-yard, Washington (Bellevue) 



Constellation 

Inspection duty (Bureau of Equipment). 

Navy-yard, Norfolk 

Navy-yard, Boston 

Navy-yard, Washington 



16 Sept. 01 

1 Dec. 00 
16 Nov. 00 
27 Sept. 02 

3 Nov. 02 

16 Apr. 01 

11 Aug. 02 
15 May 00 

17 Mar. 02 

12 Oct. 01 

3 June 02 
23 Oct. 01 

2 Dec. 01 
25 Nov. 02 
21 Oct. 02 

2 Jan. 02 

17 Nov. 01 

18 Nov. 01 

25 Mar. 01 
11 June 02 

29 May 00 

26 Oct. 01 
23 May 02 
15 June 98 
10 Aug. 01 

21 Nov. 00 
10 Mar. 02 
5 Aug. 02 
9 May 02 
23 June 02 

26 Dec. 01 

5 Mar. 02 

7 Dec. 00 

18 Nov. 01 

do.... 



Apr. 97 

Oct. 97 

July 97 

Nov. 98 

July 98 

Mar. 99 

do.... 

Apr. 97 



May 
July 

Feb. 
July 
Mar. 
June 
Mar. 



Feb. 99 
Sept. 99 
Feb. 01 

do.... 

do.... 



Mar. 99 
Oct. 01 
May 02 
1st cruise . 
July 01 



Nov. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 

Dec. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
July 
Nov. 



00 
02 
02 
01 
01 

01 
02 
00 
01 
Oil 



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6 
5 
4 

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21 
19 
14 
17 

10 
9 
8 
7 
6 

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6 
4 
6 


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5 
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10 

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14 Apr. 71 
18 Apr. 71 

h25 Feb. 75 

15 Aug. 77 

12 Oct. 82 

c2!i Jan. 88 

26 June 88 

7 Feb. 89 

7 Jan. 90 

28 Oct. 90 

do.... 

11 Mar. 92 
5 Aug. 92 


3 Mar. 99 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

7 Jan. 00 

28 Oct. 00 
17 Oct. 01 
11 Mar. 02 
5 Aug. 02 


District Columbia. 
England 








Michigan 


3 


2 


10 


Massachusetts 

Ireland 


4 


10 


20 


New York 

Ireland 








Pennsylvania 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts — 

New York 

I^uisiana 

Ireland 




















8 


9 


4 








Scotland 











Dist. Columbia. 

California. 

Michigan 

Iowa. 

Dist. Columbia. 

New York. 

Do. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 

Do. 



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10 27 
3 10 

2 i 26 

3 ' 27 
2 I 27 



13 Feb. 93 
13 Apr. 94 
17 Apr. 94 
7 June 94 
7 Dec. 94 

23 Mar. 95 
17 July 95 
22 Aug. 95 
31 Mar. 96 
27 May 96 

27 Nov. 93 
6 Jan. 97 

25 Mar. 97 
9 Apr. 97 
5 May 97 

8Mav 97 
30 July 97 
do 

3 Dec. 97 
30 Aug. 97 

1 Sept. 97 

2 Nov. 97 
13 June 98 
15 June 98 
do.... 



27 June 98 
27 June 98 
IJuly 98 
11 July 98 
20 July 98 



do.... 

16 Sept. 98 

29 Oct. 98 

6 Mar. 99 

do.... 



New Jersey 

England 

Virginia 

Germany 

New York ... 

Ireland 

Connecticut 

Germany 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania ... 

Kansas 

England 

New Jersey 

Martinique, W.I. 
England 

New Jersey 

Maryland , 

Wales 

Vermont 

Maryland 

England 

New York 

Illinois 

Massachusetts . . . 
England 

Ireland 

Norway 

Germany 

New York 

Tennessee 

Vermont 

Sweden 

Ireland 

Virginia 

District Columbia 



New York. 
Dist. Columbia. 
Virginia. 
Rhode Island. 
Virginia. 

New York. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 

Kansas. 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

New Jersey. 
Maryland. 
New York. 
Michigan. 
Maryland. 

New York. 

Do. 
Connecticut. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 

Do. 
New York. 
Maryland. 
New York. 

Do. 

New Hampshire. 
New York. 

Do. 
Virginia. 
Dist. Columbia. 



o Mate, August 3, 1866. 

b Mate, December 6, 1869. 

c Acting boatswain. May 13, 1887. 



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Nftme. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 

§ resent 
uty or 
leave. 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 

cruise or 

tour of 

sea 
service. 



David Hepburn 

Edwin Newcombe Fisher . . 

William James Foley 

Walter Ernest Whitenead. . 
James Clinton McDermott . 



Frank Alexander McGregor . 

John Kenvon 

Charles Hierdahl 

Thomas Stockdale Aveson . . . 
Adolph Hasler 



William Carroll 

Lewis Edtar Bruce , 

Owen Hill 

William Donaldson Greetham . 
Joseph Francis Daniels 



Stephen Donely 

Conrad Wilhelm Ljungquist. 
George Gustave Neumann *. . 

Robert Elbert Simonson 

Benjamin Parker Middleton . 



Otto Emil Reh 

Vista Ralph Thompson 

Thomas Smith 

Arthur Clifton Kail 

Wilhelm Henry Frederick Schluter. 



August Charles Steinbrenner . 

Robert Edward Cox * 

Thomas Patrick Clark * 

Harry Arthur Davis * 

William George Smith 



John Joseph Murray *. 
Robert Wood Kessler. . 

Bert El win Staples 

John Thomas Swift . . . 
John Grady , 



Bernard Howard Council . 

Adolph Seabel 

Herbert Asa Nevlns 

Oscar.Borgeson * 

Daniel Geary* 



Loran Stiles Walker * 

Max Mike Frucht* 

Humbold Joseph Palmer* . 
Charles Francis Ulrich *. . . . 
Leonard Roll * 



Isaiah Wilbur* 

Thomas Joseph Hurd * . . . 
David Barclay Vassie *. . . 
George Adams Messing* . 
William Harry Walker*. . 



Leroy Curtis Hull* 

Edmund Du Barry Gould *. 

Joseph Mitchell * 

George Ford 



Torpedo station 

Ordered inspection duty ( Bureau of Ord.) 

Navy-yard, New York 

Navy-yard, Portsmouth 

Naval magazine ( Fort Lafayette ) 



Navy-yard, Puget Sound 

Illinois 

Alabania 

do 

Ordered Navy-yard, League Island . 



Navy-yard, Norfolk 

New Orleans 

Submarine torpedo-boat Holland . 

Monongahela 

Wisconsin 



Buffalo 

Asiatic Station . 

Wyoming 

Monadnock 

Monterey 



Asiatic Station . 

Alliance 

New York 

Asiatic Station . 
Mohican 



Franklin 

Newport News (Bureau of Ordnance). 

Maine 

Lancaster 

do 



Atlanta 

Topeka 

Duty with torpedo boats, Norfolk. 

Asiatic Station 

Buffalo 



Asiatic Station 

Buffalo 

Panther 

Hartford , 

Navy-yard, Norfolk (Siren) 



Amphitrite 

Naval Academy f. 

Massachusetts 

Topeka 

Arkansas 



Pensacola . 

Oregon 

Iris 

Panther . . . 
Monocacy . 



Asiatic Station . 

Franklin , 

do 

Under arrest .., 



* Acting appointment; not yet warranted, 
t Also duty on the Gloucester, 



12 Dec. 02 
23 Dec. 02 
26 Sept. 02 
8 Nov. 02 
23 May 02 

IJuly 02 
16 Sept. 01 
16 Oct. 00 

do.... 

20 Dec. 02 

27' Oct. 02 
26 Oct. 00 
12 Oct. 00 

1 June 00 
4 Feb.- 01 

2 Apr. 00 
10 Mar. 00 
19 Sept. 01 

3 Apr. 00 
1 Aug. 00 



do.... 

.....do.... 

16 Feb. 01 
30 Nov. 00 
29 Apr. 01 

26 Feb. 02 

20 Sept. 01 
29 Dec. 02 

21 Dec. 01 
7 June 01 

17 Jan. 02 
11 June 01 

1 June 01 

7Mav 01 

do.... 



do.... 

1 June 01 

8 June 01 

9 Sept. 02 

23 July 02 

11 Mar. 02 
3 May 02 
11 Mar. 1 2 
21 Apr. 02 
28 Oct. 02 

8 Apr. 02 
11 Mar. 02 

24 May 02 
11 Mar 02 
do... 



24 May 02 

12Mav 02 

24 Apr. 02 

31 Dec. 02 



Dec. 02 
July 02 
Sept. 02 

do.. 

May 02 



do.... 

1st cruise . 

do.... 

do. 

Oct. 02 



Sept. 02 
1st cruise 

do... 

do... 

do... 



.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do.. 



-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Feb. 



02 



1st cruise 
....do... 
....do... 



.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
do... 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 



1st cruise. 



1st cruise. 

do... 

Aug. 02 



1st cruise. 

do... 

do... 

do... 



.do.... 



Mar. 



02 



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o 

St 



Jlf«. 



i 

1 


Fs. 


Ms. 





1 





1 





1 





1 











2 











1 











1 





1 



































1 





2 





1 























































































































1 











1 





1 















































2 





2 

















1 



Previous 

service as 

enlisted 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment as 
gunner. 



6 Mar. 99 

do.... 

10 Apr. 99 

!.*.'!!do'.".'.". 

ado 

....bdo.... 
..do.... 
c29 June 99 
19 July 99 

do.... 

10 Mar. 00 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

ado 

lAug. 00 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

11 Apr. 01 

!!!!.'do '.'.'.! 
do.... 

do.... 

13 Apr. 01 

7 May bi' 
do — 

do.... 

15 May 01 

do.... 

11 Mar. 02 
do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

.....do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

6 Mar. 99 



Bom in — 



do 

New York 

do 

Massachusetts . . 
New York 

Massachusetts . . 

New York 

Norway 

England 

New York 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts . . 

Ireland 

Wisconsin 

Rhode Island 

Massachusetts . . 

Sweden 

Virginia 

New York 

do 

German V 

Missouri 

New York 

Virginia 

Germany 

do 

WestVirfiinia.- 

New York 

New Hampshire 
Ireland 

do 

Pennsylvania .. 

Illinois 

England 

New Brunswick 

Louisiana 

France 

Nebraska 

Sweden 

Ireland 

New Jersey 

England 

Connecticut 

Scotland 

Germany 

New Jersey 

New York 

Scotland 

New York 

Pennsylvania . . 

Iowa 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania . . 
England 



Appointed from- 



New Vork. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Massachusetts. 
New York. 
Illinois. 
Rhode Island. 
New York. 

Connecticut. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 
Florida. 
Rhode Island. 

Massachusetts. 
California. 
District of Columbia. 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
District of Columbia. 
Rhode Island. 
Virginia. 
Rhodo Island. 

Do. 
West Virginia. 
New York. 
New Hampshire. 
New York. 

Do. 
Ohio. 
New York. 

Do. 
Mas8a(;husetts. 

Virginia. 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

New Jersey. 

Do. 
New York. 
Connecticut. 
New York. 

Do. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 

Ohio. 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 
District of Columbia. 



a Mate, 23 July 1898. 



b Mate, 24 August, 1897. 



c Acting boatswain, 6 March, 1899. 



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CHIEF CARPENTERS AND CARPENTERS. 

CHIEF CARPENTERS (15). 



o 
5z; 



3901 
3902 



3905 



8906 
8907 



3910 

3911 
3912 
3913 
3914 
3915 



Name and rank. 



Rank with, but a/ler. Ensign. 



Luther Lysander Martin IllinoiH 

William Albert Barry Navy- yard , Boston . 



James Burke. 

Philip Theodore Mager 

John Snyder Waltemeyer. 



£dward Henry Hay 

Alonzo Crozier Burroughs. 

Henry Rigby 

Milton Fuller Robertu 

John William Burnham 



Charles Henry Bogan 

Ellis Washington Craig 

Joseph Benjamin Fletcher . 

Edward William Smith 

Wilbur Fisk Stevenson* 



Present duty or station. 



Kearsarge . 

Inspection duty (Bu. C. and R.). 

Texas 



Inspection duty (Bu. C. and R. ) . . . 

Lancaster 

Naval station, Port Royal 

Treatment naval hospital, Boston. 
Navy-yard, New York 



.do. 



Inspection duty (Bu. C. and R.).. 

New York 

Newark 

Inspection duty (Bu. C. and R.) . 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



16 Sept. 01 

2 June 02 
7 June 02 

10 Feb. 02 

3 Nov. 02 

21 Aug. 01 

17 May 02 
15 July 01 

3 Nov. 02 
25 Oct. 02 

11 Mar. 99 

15 Oct. 98 

16 Feb. 01 
5 Dec. 02 

10 Dec. 02 



CARPENTERS (52). 



3916 
3917 
3918 
3919 
3920 

3921 
3922 
3923 
3924 
3925 



3927 
3928 
3929 
3930 

3931 



3941 
3942 
3943 
3944 
3945 



3947 



Otto Barth 

George Helms 

George Joseph Shaw '. 

Francis Joseph Harte 

John Thomas Salathlal Miller . 



Joel De Groff GriflFen 

William Peter Harding. . 

William John Wren 

Frank Johnson 

Timothy Edward Kiley . 



Joseph Aloysius O'Connor. 

Charles Satchnel Taylor 

James Irving Haley 

William Boone 

John Henry Gill 



Joseph Altman Barton . . . 

Charles Thompson 

John Philip Yates 

Frank Hamilton Preble. . 
Alfred Robinson Mackie . 



Clarence Le Roy Bennett . 
Thomas Calvin Cooney — 

Franz Anton Itnch 

Axel I^ohard Sundqvist . . 
McCallPate 



Thomas Wood Richards. . 

Alonzo Burke 

William Edward Powell . 
Benjamin Dorsey Pender. 
Joseph Mil burn Simms. .. , 



Oliver Cromwell- Jones 

Frederick Charles Le Pine . . . 

Clayton Parker Hand 

Herbert Green Eikins 

Frederick Joshua Simmonds . 



Raleigh 

Oregon 

Navy-yard, Norfolk . . . 
Olympia 

Navy-yard, Pensacola . 



Maine 

Navy-yard, Mare Island. 

Arkansas 

Supply 

Kentucky 



Albany 

Alabama 

Navy-yard, Portsmouth . 

Wyoming 

Cramp s shipyard 



19 Sept. 02 

2 Dec. 01 

20 Sept. 02 

25 Jan. 02 
31 Aug. 01 

29 Dec. 02 
29 Oct. 00 
28 Oct. 02 
20 Sept. 02 

15 May 00 

26 Mar. 02 

16 Oct. 00 
4 Sept. 00 
8 Dec. 02 

3 Dec. 02 

27 Sept. 01 

19 Feb. 00 

23 Dec. 01 
2 Dec. 01 

10 Nov. 00 

17 Apr. 02 

24 Mar. 02 
22 Nov. 01 

28 Feb. 00 

20 Sept. 01 

Inspection duty (Bu.C. and R.) 26 July 02 

Navy-yard, League Island 23 Jan. 02 

Navy-yard, Norfolk : '25 June 02 

Sick leave j 27 Nov. 02 

Navy-yard, Norfolk j 29 Oct. 02 

Inspection duty (Bu. C. and R.) 17 Mar. 02 

do I 28 June 01 

Asiatic Station | 2 Apr. 00 

Massachusetts ! 23 Aug. 00 

Atlanta i 1 Sept. 00 



Columbia 

Monadnock 

Naval station, New Orleans . . . 
Inspection duty (Bu. C. & R.). 
do 



Navy-yard, New York 

Naval Academy 

Inspection duty (Bu. C. and R.) . 

Puritan 

Navy-yard. Norfolk 



Feb. 02 
Feb. 02 
. Aug. 01 
1st cruise. 
Feb. 01 



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•CHIEF CARPENTERS AND CARPENTERS. 

CHIEF CARPENTERS (15). 



<0 

1 

i 

5 


Sea service 
under pres- 
ent com- 
mission. 


OD 

o 


s 


:2 


1 
Unemployed. 


Previous 

service as 

enlisted 

man. 


Date of 
appoint- 
ment as 
C€urpenter. 


Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 


Bom in- 


Appointed from— 


Ys. 
1 
3 


n 


3 

7 
6 
2 

1 

11 

1 
10 



10 
9 



Vs. 
11 
13 
13 
10 
11 

12 
7 
6 
8 
9 

8 
8 
7 
6 
4 


Ms. 
6 
4 
6 

8 

6 
6 
9 

11 

3 
6 

10 
7 

11 


Ys. 
18 
14 
13 
17 
14 

13 
13 
16 
11 
12 

12 
12 
10 
6 

4- 


Ms, 

2 
5 
9 
3 

8 

11 
1 
7 

11 
2 


6 

7 
3 
8 


Ys. 

1 
2 

1 
1 

1 
4 
1 
2 


1 






Ms. 
6 
11 

1 
10 
8 

7 
4 
9 
4 

8 

6 
3 
6 
10 
10 


Ys. 


Ms. 


Ds. 


30 Oct. 72 
IMay 73 

26 Aug. 73 

15 Nov. 73 
30 Dec. 74 

alJan. 76 

9 Mar. 78 

7 Dec. 78 

12 Dec. 79 

24 Mar. 80 

16 Mar. 81 
14 Oct. 81 

5 Feb. 86 
7 May 89 

27 July 92 


3 Mar. 99 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

.....do.... 


Virginia . . 


Virginia. 
Massachusetts. 








Massachusetts 

England 








Do 








Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Massachusetts .... 
Virginia 


California. 








Virginia. 
Massach usetts 


, 


1 






10 
15 










1 











Virginia. 
Massachusetts. 








Massachusetts .... 
do 








Do. 








do.... 


do 


Do. 








do.... 


do 


Do. 








do.... 

do.... 

7 May 99 
27 July 02 


Maryland 

Maine 


Dist. Columbia. 








N. Hampshire. 
Pennsylvania. 
Maine. 


New York 

Maine 



















CARPENTERS (55). 





















5 






























10 






























1ft 






























20 































?5 






























30 






























35 







3 


10 


4 


3 


7 


4 


3 


10 


3 


3 


9 


3 


3 


10 


2 


2 


3 


4 


2 


10 


3 


2 


8 


3 


3 


2 


3 


4 


9 


1 


3 


1 


2 


3 


8 


1 


3 


1 


2 


1 


5 


S 


3 


7 





3 


3 


1 


2 


10 


2 


3 


3 


1 


3 


5 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


1 


3 





1 


2 


11 


1 


2 


11 


1 


3 





2 


2 


8 


1 


1 


4 


2 


3 


6 





3 


4 





2 


11 





2 





1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


9 





2 


4 





2 


7 






24 



5 Dec. 94 New York 

10 Dec. 94' Pennsylvania. 



7 Oct. 95 
....do.... 
IFeb. 96 



.do. 

New York 

Virginia .. 



— do * New Jersey . 

23 Mar. 96 Maryland . . . 

27 July 96 New York . . 

26 Aug. 96 Michigan . . . 

17 Nov. 96 Wales 



27 May 97 
12 July 97 
22 July 97 
21 Dec. 97 
do.... 



.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 



24 May 98 
27 June 98 
29 Sept. 98 
12 Dec. 98 
bl2 Dec. 98 

12 Dec. 98 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

6 June 99 



do.... 

10 Jan. 00 
10 Jan. 00 

do.... 

. . - o do 



Virginia 

do 

New Hampshire , 

Maryland 

Massachusetts ... 



California. 
New York , 
Maryland . 
New York 
England . . 



New York 

Nova Scotia 

Germany 

Finland 

South Carolina. 

Pennsylvania . . 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Maryland 

Virginia 



Pennsylvania . . 

New York 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts . 
Virginia 



New York. 

Do. 
Virginia. 
Pennsylvania. 
Virginia. 

Do. 
California. 
New York. 
Michigan. 
Virginia. 

Do. 

Do. 
New Hamirahire. 
Maryland. 
Massachusetts. 

New York. 

Do. 
Maryland. 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
California. 
Massachusetts. 
Virginia. 

Pennsylvania. 
Virginia. 

Do. 
New York. 
Virginia. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Virginia. 
Maine. 
Virginia. 



o Acting carpenter, 3 
b Acting carpenter, 
31 October, }898, y 



March to 19 August, 1874. 
7 July, 1896, to 10 September, 1897; assistant engineer, for temporary service, 3 June to 



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40 



46 



50 



3951 
3952 
3953 
3954 



3956 
3957 
3958 
3959 



3961 



3967 



I 



Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Matthew Bowen Pollock Indiana 

Jacob Jacobson I Naval station, Guam . 

Lewis Sylvester Warford Wisconsin 

William Henry Squire Buffalo 

Walter Wellington Toles | Mohican 

William Cochran Hardie 

Frederick William Witte 

William Francis Hamburger 

Harry Lander Olmsted 

Harry Leslie Demarest 

Charies ShirtclifTe Kendall 

Joseph Francis McCole 

Thomas Jos6 Logan 

James Thomas Winn 

John Abel Lord* 



William O'Neill* 

Robert Hayes Neville *. 



San Francisco . 

Hartford 

Prairie 

New Orleans . . 
Iowa 



Rainbow 

Boston 

Topeka 

Monongahela . 
Solace 



....do... 
Panther . 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



25 May 02 
9 Feb. 00 
4 Feb. 01 

15 Aug. 00 
29 Apr. 01 

12 Jan. 02 
20 Apr. 01 

26 Dec. 01 

13 Aug. 01 

27 June 01 

2 Dec. 01 
19 Sept. 01 

1 May 01 
26 Aug. 01 

1 Dec. 02 



....do.... 
7 July 02 



Expiration 

of last I 

cruise or | 

tour of I 

sea I 

service. 



Dec. 01 
1st cruise.. 

do.... 

do.... 

do. 



do... 

Ist cruise.. 
July 01 
Ist cruise.. 
do. 



.do. 
.do.... 
.do... 
.do . . . 
.do . . . 



.do . . . 
.do... 



* Acting appointment; not yet warranted. 



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81 



40 



16 



15 



10 Jan. 00 

9 Feb. 00 

20 Feb. 00 

do.... 

3 Apr. 01 



....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
IMay 01 
do 



....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
5 Feb. 02 



.do.... 
.do.... 



Ireland 

Norway 

California.... 
Pennsylvania 
New York 

Scotland 

New York 

New Jersey . . 

Illinois 

New York 

Pennsylvania 
New York — 
Maryland 

Maine 

Pennsylvania 
Virginia 



New York. 

Do. 
California. 
Pennsylvania. 
California. 

Maryland. 
New York. 
New Jersey. 
New York. 
Virginia. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Maryland. 

Maine. 

New Hampshire. 
Virginia. 



o Assistant engineer, for temporary service, 20 June, 1898; honorably discharged 22 December, 1898. 

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CHIEF SAILMAKERS AND WARRANT MACHINISTS. 

CHIEF SAILMAKERS (8). 



4001 
4002 
4003 
4004 
4005 

4006 
4007 
4008 



Name and rank. 



Rank miih, but after, Ensign. 

John Roddy 

Garrett Van Mater 

Frank Watson 

Milton Whitney Watkins 

Charles Edward Minter 

Charles Henry Jones 

John Abraham Long 

Michael P. Barr 



Present duty or station. 



Navy-yard, Mare Island 

Asiatic station 

Navy-yard League Island 

Waitina: orders 

Franklin 

Inspection duty (Bureau Equipment) 

Naval station, Guam 

Hartford 

i 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



9 Aug. 01 

6 Feb. 99 

26 Sept. 02 

14 Oct. 02 

22 Apr. 02 

26 June 02 

3 Dec. 99 

25 Feb. 01 



WARRANT MACHINISTS (146). 



4101 
4102 
4103 
4104 
4105 

4106 
4107 
4108 
4109 
4110 

4111 
4112 
4113 
4114 
4115 

4116 
4117 
4118 
4119 
4120 

4121 
4122 
4123 
41z4 
41iJ5 

4126 
4127 
4128 
4129 
41<J0 

4131 
41o2 
4.33 
4x34 
41o6 

4136 
4.37 
4138 
4J.39 
4i40 

4141 
4142 
4143 
4144 
4145 



Charles Web Densmore 

Edward Hugh Campbell 

Elmer Andrew Blackwell . . . 

Gustav Auberlin 

John Frederick Green 

James Harry Morrison 

George Leon Russell 

Theodore Meyer 

Herbert Edwin Kershaw 

Alphonse Gay 

Edward Adams Manck 

Thomas O'Donnell 

William Henry Johnson 

Charles Lester Phillips 

William Rufus Scolield 

George Martin Heinen 

George Otis Littlefield 

Henry William Biggs 

Arthur Cottrell 

John Edward Cleary 

Otto Johnson 

Clarence Eady Wood 

Richard Jeffares 

Frederick Carl Lutz 

James Wilson 

Charles Hammond 

Harold Ivan Lutken 

Daniel MuUan 

Jonn Joseph Fullei- 

Thomas Finch Hobby 

Alfonzo Skinner 

James Watt Murray 

Henry Smith 

Robert Thomas Scott 

Jonn Dexter 

Charles Henry Casey 

Charles Herman Hosung 

William Clifford Drouberger 

Francis Dominic Burns 

John Hill 

Frederick Ruth 

Adam Gibson 

GeoiTB:e Byron Coleman 

William James Powell 

Martin Joseph Clancy 



New Orleans 

Marblehead 

New Orleans 

Inspection duty (Bu. S. E.) . 
Pensacola 



Wyoming 

Inspection duty (Bu. S. E.) . 

Albany 

New York 

Kearsarge 



Indiana 

Columbia 

Inspection duty (Bu. S. E.) 

New Orleans 

Culgoa 



Wisconsin . 

Atlanta 

Newark . . . 
Olympia... 
Buffalo 



Kearsarge 

Torpedo Station . 

Buitalo 

Newark 

Hancock 



Oregon 

Albany 

Oregon 

Wisconsin 

Navy-yard, New York. 



Naval Academy 

Naval station, Guam .. 
Navy-yard, New York. 

Iowa 

New York 



San Francisco 

Newark 

Monadnock 

Atlanta 

Treatment, hospital Mare Island . 



Wheeling 

Naval Academy . 

Celtic 

Boston 

Kentucky 



6 July 99 
IJan. 03 
6 July 99 
16 Oct. 02 
15 Oct. 02 

8 Dec. 02 
15 Dec. 02 
29 May 00 

6 July 99 
do 



do.... 

8 July 02 
16 July 02 

6 July 99 
20 Dec. 02 

4 Feb. 01 
6 July 99 
23 Nov. 02 
6 July 99 
2 Apr. 00 

20 Feb. 00 

27 June 02 
2 Apr. 00 

25 Nov. 02 
18 Nov. 02 

28 July 02 

29 May 00 
28 Aug. 02 

4 Feb. 01 
31 Oct. 02 

27 Aug. 02 
23 Aug. 99 
31 Oct. 02 
23 Aug. 99 
do 



16 Sept. 01 

24 Nov. 02 
23 Aug. 99 

do 

23 Aug. 02 

6 Oct. 02 

25 Nov. 01 
23 Aug. 99 

do 

15 May 00 



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CHIEF SAILMAKERS (8). 



No. in grade. 

Sea service 
under pres- 
ent com- 
mission. 


Total sea 
service. 


It 


j 

1 


Prevloiis 

service as 

enlisted 

man. 


Date of 
appoint- 
ment. 


Bate of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 


Bom in— 


Appointed 
from— 




Y8. Ms. 

1 2 
3 10 
2 : 11 

1 1 8 

.,. 

2 1 
2 11 


8 
14 
10 
6 
7 

12 

'7 


Ms. 
10 
4 

1 
5 


11 
8 
3 


Ys. 
21 
12 
14 
15 
12 

9 
10 
6 


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11 

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2 

1 
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2 

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26 Jan. 73 

3 Mar. 77 
18 Apr. 79 

2 Apr. 81 

7 Jan. 75 
2 Apr. 81 

4 May 88 


8 Mar. 99 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 


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New York 

Pennsylvania — 

Maryland 

Virginia 


Pennsylvania. 
New York 
















Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts 




11 
4 








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Virginia. 
New York. 


1 
1 
1 


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9 
3 


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3 
2 
2 

2 
2 
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3 
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8 
2 

2 
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3 
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3 
6 
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2 

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2 
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6 
6 

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6 
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8 
6 
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10 

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7 

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3 

10 






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8 
8 



























































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1 








1 

2 







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4 


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2 






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3 
1 
4 
1 

5 
1 
2 
1 
13 

5 
5 

I 

4 

2 
5 

4 
4 

12 

1 
1 
2 

1 

6 
6 

1 
2 
5 

2 
5 

13 
8 

10 

1 
1 
1 

22 

1 
16 

4 
14 
11 


11 
11 
2 

1 


9 
3 
5 
3 
6 

1 

10 
2 
7 
5 

10 
10 
11 
9 

6 

3 
4 
4 
9 
4 

9 
3 
1 
4 
2 


10 
2 
5 
2 

11 
3 
4 

11 


2 
13 

3 
27 

5 

26 
25 
18 
6 
10 

12 
5 

16 
5 

29 

17 
25 

14 
7 
8 

1 
21 
11 
3 
2 



21 
9 
17 
18 

3 
15 
16 
15 

8 

23 
24 
12 
22 


6 July 99 
do 




Wisconsin 

England 


Iowa. 










Pennsylvania. 
New Jersey. 
Michigan. 
lUinow. 








do.... 




New Jersey 

Michigan 








do.... 




5 






do.... 




Holland 








do.... 




Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 

Germany 


Pennsylvania. 
Connecticut. 








do.... 










do.... 




Massachusetts. 








do.... 




Massachusetts 

Switzerland 

New York 

England 


Do. 


10 






do.... 




N^w York. 








do.... 




Do. 








do .... 




Do. 








....♦do.... 




Dist. Columbia . . . 

Massachusetts 

New York 

New Jersey 

Maine 


Dist. Columbia. 








...do.... 




Massachusetts. 


1ft 






do.... 




New York. 








do.... 




California. 








do... 




Maine. 








do.... 




England 


Illinois. 








do.... 




Kansas 


New York. 


20 






23 Aug. 99 
do.... 




New York 

Sweden 


Do. 










California. 








do.... 




Massachusetts 

Ireland 


Massachusetts. 








do.... 




New York. 


'25 
30 
35 




do.-.. 




Dist. Columbia . . . 
Missouri 


Dist. Columbia. 


'1 1 


do.... 




California. 






do.... 




Pennsylvania — 
Wales 


Pennsylvania. 






do.... 




Illinois. 






do.... 




Ireland 


California. 




do.... 




Missouri 


Missouri. 




do.... 




New York 

do 


New York. 




do.... 




Do. 


■"!*•■' 


do.... 




Scotland 


New York. 




do ... . 




Denmark 


1 


do.... 




Scotland 


Pennsylvania. 






do.... 




Massachusetts — 
Virginia 


New York. 






do.... 




Virginia. 
Callfomia. 








do.... 




New Jersey 

Delaware 








. .do.... 




Ohio. 








do.... 




New York 

Wisconsin 

Canada 


New York. 


40 

1 






23 Aug. 99 
...do.... 




Wisconsin. 


!"'"" 


3 
6 

1 
7 
9 


26 
28 
21 
7 
25 




Illinois. 






do.... 




Scotland 


New York. 








do. .. 




New York 

Michigan 


Do. 








do.... 




California. 


45 






do.... 




Virginia 


Virginia. 



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60 



65 



65 



70 



76 



80 



90 



95 



100 



105 



4146 
4147 
4148 
4149 
4160 

4151 
4152 
4153 
4154 
4155 

4166 
4157 
4158 
4159 
4160 

4161 
4162 
4163 
4164 
4165 

4166 
4167 
4168 
4169 
4170 

4171 
4172 
4173 
4174 
4175 

4176 
4177 
4178 
4179 
4180 

4181 
4182 
4183 
4184 
4185 

4186 
4187 
4188 
4189 
4190 

4191 
4192 
4193 
4194 
4195 

4196 
4197 
4198 
4199 
4200 

4201 
4202 
4203 
4204 
4205 



Name. 



Oscar Beren tflon 

John Thomas Pennycook 

George Thomas Brownridge . 

Samuel Leader Wartman 

James Andrew Hickey 



Emmanuel Amod^o Salvator. 

John Thomas Riley 

Robert John Vickery , 

Angus Grant Bates , 

Benjamin Franklin Beers 



Adam Augustus Shafer 

John Winder Clark 

John Thomas West 

Lemuel Theophilus CJooper . 
William Washington Booth . 



William Ravmond Quinn . 
Charles Guamund Nelson . 

Jesse Ely Jones 

Kellum Duane Grant 

Oscar Bragonier 



Ralph Farrington Nourse*.. 

Francis Patrick Mugan 

William Franklin Mullinix . 

James Lambert Baart 

Martin Mathias Schreiber. . . 



David Purdon 

Bernard Gebhardt 

Joel Thomas Biggs 

George Clifton Ellerton 

Arthur Deloss Catherwood. 



William George Hall 

James Quill 

Joseph James Duffy 

Arthur Truman Percival 

Frederick Henry Riehwien . 



Jacobus Johannes Corino . 

Fred John Korte 

Edwin James Cutherell . . . 

Ormand Allan Currie 

Rush Correvia Steele 



Joseph Evans Venable . 

John Littleton King 

Louis Arne 

John Joseph Horan 

Martin Casey 



Richard Beale Smith 

August Anschuetz 

William John Trevorrow . , 

Harry Desmond * 

Charles Henry Gilhuley*. 



Rufus Guy Van Ness * 

Clarence Miller Wingate* 

Murray Samuel Holloway * . 
John St. Clair Hothersall * . . 
Michael Augustus Rossi ter*. 



Peter Joseph Hanlon* 

Bergen Heggenhaugen * . 
Charles Arthur Rowe* . . . 

John Henry Busch * 

Ernest Evans* 



Present duty or station. 



Kentucky . 
Chicago . 



Inspection duty ( Bu. S. E. ) 

Inspection duty (Bu. S. E.) 

Treatment hospital, Mare Island 



New York 

Lancaster 

Ordered inspection duty (Bu. S. E. ) 

Iowa 

Naval recruiting rendezvous, Buffalo 



Puritan. 
Prairie . 
Puritan. 
Glacier. 
Albany . 



Atlanta 

Massachusetts . 

Wisconsin 

New Orleans . . 
Arkansas 



do 

Chicago 

Massachuset s 

Texas 

Bureau Steam Engineering . 



Waiting orders . 

Indiana 

Alabama 

Kentucky 

Boston 



....do 

Nashville 

Alabama 

Asiatic Station . 
Waiting orders . 



New York 

Columbia 

Amphitrite 

Asiatic Station 

Bureau Steam Engineering . 



Panther 

Buffalo 

Massachusetts . 

Iris 

Kearsarge 



Maine 

Naval Academy . 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 

Massachusetts . . . 



Monterey 

Rainbow 

Olympia 

NiK^al Academy . 
Maine 



Hartford 

Duty with Raleigh . 

Naval Academy 

Topeka 

Iowa 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



13 Oct. 99 

25 Jan. 02 

28 Oct. 02 
11 Dec. 02 

22 Nov. 02 

1 Mar. 01 
4 Sept. 99 

27 Dec. 02 

23 Aug. 99 
7 Nov. 02 

23 Aug. 99 
9 Nov. 01 

2 Sept. 99 
23 Aug. 99 

29 May 00 

23 Aug. 99 
do 

4 Feb. 01 
16 Oct. 99 

28 Oct. 02 

23 Aug. 99 

15 Nov. 99 

23 Aug. 99 
do 

26 June 02 

24 Sept. 02 

5 Feb. 00 

16 Oct. 00 
23 Aug. 99 
do 



6 Nov. 02 
23 Aug. 99 
. do 

23 Apr. 00 
12 Dec. 02 

23 Aug. 99 
12 Nov. 02 
23 Aug. 99 

do 

30 July 02 

22 Dec. 99 
2 Apr. 00 

23 Aug. 99 
16 Oct. 01 
20 Feb. 00 

29 Dec. 02 

1 Nov. 02 

29 Jan. 00 

16 Sept. 01 

1 Nov. 01 



do.... 

do.... 

25 Jan. 02 
23 Aug. 02 
29 Dec. 02 

27 Nov. 01 
15 Sept. 02 

' Nov. 01 
14 Dec. 01 

1 Nov. 01 



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1' 


2 







11 


2 


14 


4 


2 










1 


4 


16 


1 





2 




1 


4 


1 


26 


1 





1 




2 


3 


1 


12 


2 





1 




2 


6 


4 


12 








2 




2 


15 


3 


1 


4 













21 


1 


15 


3 










1 


3 








4 













1 


3 


10 








3 




1 


9 


2 


22 


4 













7 


4 


12 


6 





6 




4 


5 


11 


17 


4 













17 


10 


5 


4 













1 


4 


25 








4 







6 


3 


12 


4 













1 


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11 


9 


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4 




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3 


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13 


2 





1 




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2 


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8 





7 




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4 


3 


22 








2 




2 


1 


5 





2 





2 







4 


7 


24 


4 













6 


4 


16 


2 


1 







2 


3 


7 


12 


6 


1 


8 




2 


13 


9 


19 








1 




3 


4 


10 


5 


1 





3 







1 


5 


21 


7 





9 







2 


7 


8 


2 





2 







1 


3 


24 


11 





1 




4 


3 





10 


4 


1 


7 




6 


6 


1 


2 


4 













14 


4 


15 


2 





2 







2 


8 


15 


8 





4 




4 


3 


.4 


15 


8 










8 


1 


1 


3 


4 













5 


8 


16 


1 





2 




1 


2 


7 


5 


2 





1 




1 


16 


4 


28 


2 










2 


26 


5 


19 


9 





5 




2 


15 


8 


16 


2 





2 







15 


3 


7 


10 





6 







5 


3 


26 


3 





2 







1 


4 





11 





1 




4 


1 


5 





11 





6 







14 


2 


23 


10 





5 




1 


14 


7 


25 


2 





2 







8 


5 


10 


8 





3 







5 


5 


12 


1 





9 




1 


1 


10 


4 


2 













7 


8 


28 













2 


1 


2 


21 


2 













7 


11 


8 








2 







6 


2 


1 


3 





11 







20 


10 


11 


1 


1 


1 







5 


4 


8 


2 













5 


5 


9 


10 





4 







2 


10 


15 





1 


2 







3 


7 


3 


1 





1 







12 


10 


19 


2 













7 


8 


8 



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do 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

f do 

.....do.... 
do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

29 Jan. 00 

do.... 

INov. 01 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



Norway 

Scotland 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

At sea 

England 

do 

Ohio 

New York 

Virginia 

do 

do 

Kansas 

Maryland 

California 

Sweden 

Iowa 

New York 

Maryland 

New York 

Rnode Island 

Maryland 

Holland 

Prussia 

Ireland 

Illinois 

New York 

Illinois 

do 

England 

New Hampshire 

Pennsylvania 

California 

Maryland 

Holland 

Germany 

Virginia 

Massachusetts 

District of Columbia 

Canada 

Virginia 

Algeria 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Ireland 

Germany 

California 

Massachusetts 

Connecticut 

Ohio 

District of Columbia 

Ohio 

New York 

do 

Pennsylvania 

Norway 

Massachusetts 

Maryland 

Missouri 



New Jersey. 
District of Columbia. 
California. 
Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 

New York. 

Virginia. 

Massachusetts. 

Ohio. 

New York. 

Virginia. 
New York. 
Virginia. 
Nebraska. 
New York. 

California. 
New York. 
Washington. 
New York. 
California. 

New York. 
Rhode Island. 
Maryland. 
New York. 
Virginia. 

Connecticut. 
New York. 

Do. 
Texas. 
California. 

Do. 
New Hampshire. 
Delaware. 
California. 
Maryland. 

New York. 

Do. 
Virginia. 
Massachusetts. 
District of Columbia. 

Pennsylvania, 
District of Columbia. 
Pennsylvania. 
Maryland. 
Virginia. 

Maryland. 
New Jersey. 
California: 
Massachusetts. 
Pennsylvania. 

Ohio. 
Maryland. 
Ohio, 

New Jersey. 
New York. 

Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 

Do. 
Maryland. 
California. 



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Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 
cruise or 
tour of 

sea 
service. 



UO 



115 



120 



126 



130 



136 



140 



145 



4206 
4207 
4206 
4209 
4210 

4211 
4212 
4213 
4214 
4215 

4216 
4217 
4218 
4219 
4220 

4221 
4222 
4223 
4224 
4225 

4226 

4227 
4228 
4229 
4230 

4231 
4232 
4233 
4234 
4236 

4236 
4237 
4238 
4239 
4240 

4241 
4242 
4243 
4244 
4246 

4246 



William Boteler Stork ♦. . . . 

Georsre Henrv Paul * 

Charles Sheridan Joyce* . . 

Charles Crater 

Clarence Russell Johnson . 



Ben Smith* 

William James* 

Charles Washington Jackson* 

Jannis Vinke Jacobsen * 

Patrick Feman* 



George Washington Johnson *. 

Evan Button Tnompson * 

Harlan Blake Heath * 

Frank Risser* 

John Bryce* 



Joseph Johnson Burgess * 

George Mellen * 

Henry Hartwright Walker* 

Llewellyn Haynes Wentworth*. 
Rasmus Iversen * 



Henry Edward White * 

Charles Cornelius Holland *. 
Ellwood Wilson Andrews*.. 

Rudolph Albert Rung * 

Joseph Francis Sauer * 



Lee Grossenbaker * 

Francis Joseph McAllister * 
David Carrington Young * . 

Cornelius John Collins* 

Winslow Dolphin Conn * . . . 



William Enos Stiles * 

Adolph Amalie Gathemann * . 

Charles Ditton * 

William Francis McCulloch *. . 
Daniel Clinton Beach * 



Warnick James Sedgwick * 

James Madison Ober * 

William Edward Bartlett Grant* . 

William Chesley Gray 

George Howard Paul * 



WilUam Patrick Little* . 



Asiatic Station , 

Kentucky 

Piscataqua , 

Fish Commission steamer Albatross. 
Panther 



Lancaster . 

Oregon 

Rainbow . . 
Illinois.... 
Iris 



Monadnock . 

Atlanta 

Alabama 

Oregon 

Supply 



New York 

Maine 

Texas 

San Francisco . 
Indiana 



Asiatic Station . 

Rainbow 

Illinois 

Chicago , 

San Francisco . . 



Monterey 

Puritan 

Olympia 

Monocacy 

Isla de Luzon. 



Monadnock . 

Topeka 

Prairie 

do 

Illinois 



Monterey. 
Alabama . 

Texas 

Olympia . . 
Kearsage . 

Maine — 



1 Nov. 01 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 



6 Feb. 02 
1 Nov. 01 

do.... 

28 Apr. 02 
1 Nov. 01 



do.... 

do.... 

16 June 02 

28 Jan. 02 
6 Aug. 02 

1 Nov. 01 

29 Dec. 02 
3 Nov. 02 

2 Jan. 02 
1 Nov. 01 



....do.... 
9 Jan. 02 
IDec. 01 
1 Nov. 01 
....do.... 



28 Apr. 02 
25 Feb. 02 
25 Jan. 02 
INov 01 
do.... 



17 Mar. 02 
25 Dec. 01 
3 Dec. 01 

2 Dec. 01 
IDec. 01 

1 Nov. 01 
12 July 02 

3 Nov. 02 
1 Nov. 01 

27 July 02 

29 Dec. 02 



1st cruise . 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do.... 

.do.. 

.do.- 

.do.... 

.do.... 



do.... 

July 02 
1st cruise . 

do.... 

do. 



..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 

..do. 
..do. 
..do.. 
..do. 
..do. 

..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 



do.... 

Mar. 02 
1st cruise . 

do... 

do... 

do.... 



* Acting appointment; not yet warranted. 



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6 



110 



115 



120 



125 



135 



140 



¥8. 


1 

1 
1 
1 


1 
1 


1 

1 

1 





1 




1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
1 



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1 
1 


1 

1 
1 

1 

1 



1 





r 



I 



Previous 

service as 

enlisted 

man. 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment. 



1 Nov. 01 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 



25 



..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
.XLo. 

..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 

..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 

.do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 

.do. 



.. .do. 
....do. 
...*do. 

do. 

....do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

10 July 02 

22 July 02 



Bom in — 



Appointed from — 



Maryland Massachusetts. 

New York ' Colorado. 

do '. Illinois. 

New Jersey California. 

New Hampshire Massachusetts. 



Scotland 

Texas 

North Carolina. 

Norway 

New Jersey 



District of Columbia. 

Wisconsin 

New Hampshire 

Texas 

Scotland 



Maine 

Pennsylvania . 

England 

Massachusetts . 
Denmark 



England 

Virginia 

District of Columbia . 

Germany 

do 



South Carolina 

New York , 

District of Columbia 

New York . 

Massachusetts 



Wisconsin. 
Germany . . 
New York . 
Indiana . - . 
Illinois — 



France 

District of Columbia , 
Maryland 

Wisconsin 



New York . 



New York. 
Texas. 
Virginia. 
Florida. 
New Jersey. 

District of Columbia. 

Virginia. 

New Hampshire. 

Washington. 

New York. 

Maine. 
Iowa. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 

California. 

Virginia. 

District of Columbia. 

New York. 

Illinois. 

Do. 
New York. 
Minnesota. 
California. 
Massachusetts. 

California. 

Illinois. 

Pennsylvania. 

Maine. 

Illinois. 

New York, 

District of Columbia. 

Maryland. 

Do. 
Wisconsin 

New York. 



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PHARMACISTS AND MATES. 

PHARMACISTS (25). 



10 



16 



20 



25 



4301 
4302 
4303 
4304 
4305 

4306 
4307 
4308 
4309 
4310 

4311 
4312 
4313 
4814 
4316 

4316 
4317 
4318 
4319 
4320 

4321 
4322 
4323 
4324 
4825 



Name. 



Robert Pullen Neville 

John C!owan 

Joseph Henry Graham 

Samuel Englander 

James Henry McGuigan 

John Thomafi Oursler 

Joseph McMahon 

William Hunter Huntin^n 
Charles £dward Reynolds . . 
George Hiram KIock 

John Charles Martin 

John William Wood 

Alrik Hammar 

Stephen St. John 

Edwin Timothy Morse 

John Dean Milligan 

Isaac Newton Hurd 

Richard Waggener 

Stephen William Douglass . . 
Philander Nettleton Guise . . 

Ephraim Eagling 

Joseph Frederick Pearson . . 

Frederick Troup Gordon 

Hubert Henry 

Colin McLarty 



Present duty or station. 



Naval hospital, Norfolk . . . 

Navy-yard, Boston 

Naval hospital, Boston 

Naval hoepital, New York. 
Navy-yard, New York 



Naval Academy , 

Marine barracks New York 

Torpedo station, Newport 

Columbia 

Naval laboratory, New York. . . 

Naval dispensary, Washington. 
Naval hospital, Newport 



Navy-yard, Mare Island. 

Naval hospital, Mare Island 

Naval Magazine, lona Island, New York. 

Fish Commission steamer Fish Hawk 

Navy-yard , Portsmouth 

Navy-yard, Pensacola 

Naval proving grounds 

Naval hospital, Philadelphia 



Naval hogjital, Yokohama 

Training Station, Newport 

Treatment hospital, Boston 

Bureau Medicine and Surgery . 
Navy-yard, Norfolk 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



30 Sep*. 98 
28 Dec. 01 
19 Sept. 98 
25 Jan. 00 
do.... 



19 Sept. 98 
17 Dec. 98 
25 Apr. 02 
17 Sept. 98 
3 Jan. 99 



16 Sept. 98 
19 Sept. 98 
15 Dec. 99 
22 Sept. 98 
27 Dec. 01 

18 Sept. 98 

17 May 02 
26 Sept. 02 

24 June 02 
17 Sept. 98 

2 Nov. 99 

IDec. 02 

31 Oct. 02 

9 Nov. 01 

25 Apr. 02 



Expira- 
tion of 

last 
cruise or 
tour of 



May 01 



Dec. 



Nov. 99 



Oct. 



1st cruise. . 
June 99 



Ist cruise.. 
Oct. 00 , 



MATES (7). 



4351 
4352 
4353 
4354 
4355 

4356 
4357 



Olaf Christophersen 

John Robert Daly 

William David Bartley . . . 
August Edward Strom . . . 
George Edward Plander . 



Leonard James De Ryder 

Thomas Gilmore McDonough . 



Constellation 

do 

Columbia 

Asiatic Station . . 
Naval Academy . 



Franklin . , 
Columbia 



5 Oct. 99 
8 May 02 
7 Nov. 00 
IJan. 99 
18 July 02 

29 Nov. 02 
2 Sept. 02 



Sept. 


98 




1st cruise.. 


Nov. 


02 



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PHARMACISTS AND MATES. 

PHARMACISTS (25). 



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man. 



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27 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment. 



15 Sept. 98 

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do.... 



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.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

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.do. 
.do. 
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.do. 
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30 Sept. 99 
26 Mar. 00 
25 July 00 
16 Mar. 01 
25 Apr. 02 



Born In — 



Virginia 

New York 

Delaware 

New York 

Maryland 

do 

New York 

Massachusetts . . 

Ohio 

New York 

Pennsylvania . . 
Massachusetts. . 

Sweden 

California 

Vermont 

New Brunswick 

Maine 

Kentucky 

Massachusetts . . 
Ohio 

England 

Michigan 

Georgia 

Germany 

West Indies .... 



Appointed from- 



Virglnia. 

New York. 

Massachusetts. 

California. 

District of Columbia. 

Maryland. 
J^ew York, 
Rhode Island. 
New York. 
Do. 

District of Columbia. 
Rhode Island. 
California. 

Do. 
Massachusetts. 

Do. . 
Maine. 
Florida. 
Maj^achusetts. 
Pennsylvania. 

California. 
Pennsjrlvania. 
Georgia. 
Illinois. 
New York. 



MATES (7). 



01 4 
I 



18 Aug. 97 
24 Aug. 97 
18 July 98 
IJan. 99 
al8 July 02 

6 Aug. 02 
2 Sept. 02 



Norway 

Massachusetts 

Ireland 

Finland 

Massachusetts 

New Jersey... 
Ireland 



New York. 
Rhode Island. 

Do. 
Texas. 
Maryland. 

New Jersey. 
Virginia. 



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XIDSHIPlCfiir. 



MIDSHIPMEN 



ON PROBATION 



AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS, MD 

Alphabetically arranged. 
FiBST Clash. — Fifty (SO) members. 



10 



15 



20 



25 



Name. 



l^-'aa^^l. 



John strong Abbott Wis. 

William Ancram 8. C. 

Walter Stratton AnderHon 111.. 

John 8. Arwine I Ind . 

Donald Raymond BattleH Pa . . 



Charles Belknap, jr 

(Charles A. Blakely 

CharlCB Edgar Bnllhart . 

Alfred Terry BriHbin 

Francis James Cleary . . . 



Henry David Cooke, jr 

Milton Smith Davis 

Paul Henry Fretz 

Ernest Friedrick 

Richard Duncan Oatewood 

Daniel Throckmorton Ghent. . . 

William Jefferson Giles 

Ralston Smith Holmes 

Ricardo Iglesias 

Austin Staats Kibbee 



Ralph A.Koch 

Lindsay Hensley Lacy 

Lamar Richard Leahy 

Sam Colby Loomis 

Frederick Valette McNair. 



12 Sept. 99 

22 May 99 , 
9 Sept. 99 

25Mav 99 1 

6 Sept. 99 

26 May 99 
9 Sept. 99 
3 Oct. 99 

23 May 99 

12 Sept. 99 

9 Sept. 99 

7 Sept. 99 
9 Sept. 99 
7 Sept. 99 

26 June 99 

23 May 99 
9 Sept. 99 
21 Sept. 99 

13 Sept. 99 



12 Sept. 99 
12 Sept. 98 
12 Sept. 99 
22 Sept. 99 
24 June 99 




30 



85 



40 



Martin Kellogg Metcolf Cal 

Macgillivary Milne Ohio . . 

Charles Clifton Moses ' Ala . . . 

William E. T. Neumann 1 Cal . . . 

Fred Halsteod Poteet Mo... 



George Stanley Radford Mich . . 

Webb Russell Raudenbush Minn . . 

Butler Young Rhodes Miss . . . 



Samuel Murray Robinson . 
John Rodgers . 



Stephen Clegg Rowan. . 

Roy Warren Ryden 

Frank Howard Sadler. . 

Leo Sahm 

Ross Pelton Schlabach . 



Charles Earl Smith 

William Wards Smyth . . . 
Harold Raynaford Stark.. 
Thomas Herbert Taylor. . 
Rufus Saxton Thompson. 



50 



Wilbur Rice Van Auken 

Alex. Hamilton Van Keuren... 

Hugh McLean Walker 

Thomas Ward , 1 r 

James David Wilson 



Tex 
At large 

At large 

Iowa 

Ala 

Iowa 

Ohio.... 

Ohio. 
Iowa. 
Pa... 
Miss. 
D.C.. 




12 Sept. 99 

8 Sept. 99 
21 July 99 

16 Sept. 99 

17 Oct. 98 

12 Sept. 99 

9 Sept. 99 

13 Sept. 99 

8 Sept. 99 

9 Sept. 99 

26 June 99 
11 Sept. 99 
28 May 99 
28 Sept. 99 
11 Sept. 99 

24 May 99 
9 Sept. 99 

25 Oct. 99 
13 Sept. 99 
21 Sept. 99 

9 Sept. 99 
11 Sept. 99 
13 Sept. 99 
23 May 99 
do 



Second Class. — Sixty-seven (67) members. 



10 



15 



20 



Milton Wallace Arrowood. 

David Worth Bagley 

Bradford Barnette 

Prentiss Peck Bossett 

George Martin Baum 



Paul Prichard Blackburn . 

Arthur Gill Caffee 

Earl Worden Chaf ee 

Abram Claude 

Fred Gallup Coburh 



Donald Bloyer Craig 

Paul Edward Dampman — 

Robert Alden Dawes 

Roscoe Franklin Dillen 

Omenzo Colby Ford Dodge. 



111... 
Pa... 
Mass. 
Ind.. 
At large 

Waldo Putnam Druley Conn . 

Herbert Bigelow Fairohild Wis. . . 

Edwin Oberlin Fitch, jr Mass. . 

Edward Forbes Greene i 111 

William Frederick Halsey,jr...l At large' 



N.C.. 
At large 
At large 
Conn . . . 
Kans . . . 



Nebr ... 

Mo 

Wis 

Md 

Minn... 



7 Sept. 00 



iept. 00 

7 July* bb' 
7 Sept. 00 



2 July 00 
7 Sept. 00 
7 July 00 
7 Sept. 00 
29 Sept. 00 

7 Sept. 00 

'.'.'.'.'.do'.'.'.'. 

21 May 00 

7 Sept. 00 



do.... 

19 July 00 

2 July 00 I 
22 Sept. 00 

7 July 00 I 



25 



30 



35 



40 



Chester Lyerly Hand 

Charles Anthony Harrington. . . 

John Porter Hart 

James Waldemar Hay ward 

Stanton Leigh Hunt Hazard . . . 

Robert Bell Hilliard 

Herbert Seymour Howard 

Benjamin Kent Johnson 

Isaac Cureton John&on, jr 

Chandler Kendall Jones 

Husband Edward Kimmel 

David McDougal Le Breton 

Joseph Drummond Little 

John Henry Lofland 

Cleon Wirt Mauldin 

John James McCracken 

Richard Philip McCollough 

Clyde Stanlev McDowell 

Frank Dodd McMillan 

Fred Ewing McMillen 



Minn . . . 

Mass 

Kans . . . 

N.J 

Mo 



N.Y.... 
N.Y.... 

Tex — 

La 

Ohio.... 



Ky .. 
At large 
Ohio.. 
Iowa . 

S.C... 



Va 

N.J 

Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Wli...., 



7 Sept. 00 
2Julv 00 

22 Sept. 00 
7 Sept. 00 

29 Sept. 00 

2 July 00 
7 Sept. 00 

do 

22 Sept. 00 

20 Apr. 00 

21 May 00 
7 July 00 

22 Sept. 00 

do 

21 May 00 

13 Sept. 99 

21 May 00 

22 Sept. 00 
7 Sept. 00 

21 May 00 



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Second Class — Continued. 



91 



Name. 



Herbert Harlan Michael 

Laman Ed^r Morgan 

Edson Collins Oak 

John Edward Otterson 

George Sanders Ownby 

Andrew Calhoun Pickens ... 

Nathan Woodworth Poet 

Halsey Powell 

Allen Bevins Reed 

Arthur Hopkins Rice , 

Clarence Alvin Richards 

Carl Albert Richter 

Roland Rodgers Riggs 

Christopher R. P. Rodgers ... 
William Parker Sedgwick, jr 



Appoint- 
ed from— 



Md 

Nebr ... 

Me 

Pa 

Tenn . . . 



Ala . . 
Nebr. 
Ky... 
Mo .. 
Miss. 



Kans . 
Wis... 
N.J... 
Pa.... 
N.Y.. 



Date of 
admission. 



7 July 00 

22 Sept. 00 
7 Sept. 00 

23 May "99' 

7 S^t, 00 

'.'.'.'.'.do'.'.'.'. 
22 Sept. 00 



21 May 00 
7 Sept. 00 

29 Sept. 00 
7 Sept. 00 

do 



60 



65 



Name. 



Appoint- 
ed from — 



Edward Bragg Sherman 

Aubrey Kirk Shoup 

Walter Albert Smead 

Charles Carroll Soule, jr 

Leigh Morrison Stewart 

Harry Allen Stuart 

William Hamilton Toaz 

Forde Anderson Todd 

Lawrence Penfield Treadwell . . 
Frederick Geddings Tupper 

Darrell Palmer Wickersham . . . 
Nathaniel Hoadley Wright 



Date of 
admission. 



At large 
Iowa ... 
S.Dak.. 

Mass 

111 



Va.... 
N.Y.. 

S.C... 
Conn . 
Ga.... 



Wash. 
111.... 



Third Class. — One hundred and twenty-three {123) memberg. 



Arthur Kennedy Atkin». . 
John Franklin Atkinson . 
Charles Morrison Austin . 

William Baggaley 

Virgil Baker 



Grafton Asbury Beall, jr., 
Francis Gaines Blasdel. . 

Lee Scott Border 

Harold Gardiner Bo wen. , 
Hugh Brown 



Hubert Bumham 

Turner Foster Caldwell . . . 

Malcom Campbell, jr 

Bruce Livingston Canaga . 
Andrew Francis Carter. . . . 



Glenn Owen Carter 

Albert Thomas Church. . . 

Reuben Burton Coffey 

Vaughn Kimball Coman . 
Arthur Byron Cook 



AlTah Breaker Court 

Ormond Lee Cox 

Logan Cresap 

William Linn Culbertson, jr. 
Ross Sherman Culp 



Louis Poisson Davis 

Isaac Foote Dortch 

Jonathan Stuart Do well, jr. 

Ernest Durr 

Benjamin Dutton, jr 



William Edgar Eberle 

Frank Nathaniel Eklund. . 
Theodore Gordon Ellyson . 

Louis Calott Farley 

EarleFarwell 



Reed Marquett Fa well . . . 
John Norwood Ferguson . 

Hugo Frankenberger 

Wilhelm Lee Friedell . . . . 
Henry Grafton Fuller 



Robert Samuel Furber . 
William Rea Furlong . . 
William Peace Gaddls . . 
James Orville Gawne. . . 
Hamilton Freer Glover. 



Frank Benjamin Godley . 

Samuel Gordon 

Nelson Henry Goes 

Clarence Grace 

Burton Hepburn Oreen. . . 



Mont . . . 

Ga 

Tenn... 

Pa 

Tenn . . . 

W.Va.. 
N.Y.... 
Iowa ... 

R.I 

Ind 



At large 
Tenn . . . 

N.J 

Ohio.... 
S.C. 



Ohio. 
Idaho .. 
Mo .. 
Wis.. 
Ind.. 



Tex.. 
Ohio.... 
Md.... 
Iowa .. 
Ohio... 



N. C. 
Ala.. 
Tex . 
Oreg. 
Pa... 



Ark 

Cal 

Va 

Mass.... 
N.Y.... 

Nebr ... 
N. C... 
W.Va.. 

Ark 

Vt 



Minn... 

Pa 

Ala 

N. Y.... 
S.C 



Tex 

N.Y.... 

Ind 

Wis 

...do... 



21 May 01 

do.... 

7 Sept. 01 

'23 Sept.' bi" 



do.... 

do.... 

4 June 01 
8 June 01 

7 Sept. 01 

21 May 01 
do 

8 June 01 

7 Sept. 01 

8 June 01 



23 Sept. 01 
7 S^t. 01 

'21 May "01" 
do.... 



....do.... 

7 Sept. 01 

'.'.'.'.do'.'.'.'. 

8 June 01 



do.... 

21 May 01 
7 Sept. 01 

21 May '01' 



do.... 

7 Sept. 01 
4 June 01 

21 May 01 
7 Sept. 01 



23 Sept. 01 
21 May 01 
do 

7 Sept. 01 

8 June 01 

21 May 01 

do — 

23 Sept. 01 
21 May 01 
do 



8 June 01 
do.... 

7 Sept. 01 

do.... 

28 Sept. 01 



55 



60 



65 



70 



75 



80 



85 



90 



100 



Halford Robert Greenlee 

Gordon Wayne Haines 

Edward Guerrant Hargis 

Isaac William Havne 

Stanford Caldwell Hooper 



Gerald Howze 

Hamilton Eugene Hutchins 

Royal Eason Ingersoll 

Robert Leo Irvine 

Hiram Leech Irwin 



Robert Allen Jackson 

Anthony John James 

Herbert Emory Kays 

Horace Christopher Laird. 
Walter Hamilton Lassing . 



Sylvester Howard Lawton , jr . . . Ohio . 

Herbert Fairfax Leary Md . . 

Winfleld Liggett, jr Va. . . 



111.. 
Ga.. 
Ky . 
S.C. 
Cal. 



Ala 

At large 

Ind 

Utah ... 
Pa 



Va... 
111... 
Ariz. 
Tex . 
Ky.. 



William Tupper Lightle Ark 

Carl Amos Lohr '" 



Mich. 



John Jackson London N. C. 

Byron McCandless I Colo . 

William Stanley McClintic Va . 



Laurance North McNair. , 
Edward Lloyd McSheehy . . 

Roscoc Conkling Mac Fall . . 
John Appleton Mandeville. 

Cobum Steward Marston 

Herbert Hart Maxson 

Lucian Minor , 



Joe Ralph Morrison 

Charles Francis Murphy 

Raymond Perry R.Neilson.. 

John Henrv Newton, jr 

Chester William Nimltz 



Albert Norris 

Edgar Garfield Oberlin. 

Joseph Vance Ogan 

Henry Atwood Orr 

Elliott Morgan Pegg 



George Cargill Pegram . 

John Enoch Pond 

John Morton Poole, 3d. . 

Henry Rawle 

Albert Shaf ner Rees. . . . 



N.Y. 
Ind.. 



N.J.. 
Ga... 
Me .. 

Nev . 
Tex , 



Me .. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
Pa... 
Tex . 



Pa.... 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Mich . 
Pa.... 



Walter E. Reno 

Edward Small Robinson 

Edmund Spence Root 

Arthur Wesley Sears 

Duncan Ingraham Selfridge . 



Tenn. 
H.I... 
Del . . . 
Pa.... 
Tenn. 



Mo 

Pa 

Ohio 

Mich... 
At large 



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MIDSHIPMEN. 
Thibd Class— Continued. 



Name. 



Charles Harlan Shaw 

Earl Roof Shipp 

Harry Earl Shoemaker 

John Morris Smeallle , 

Roy Charles Smith 

Simeon Burke Smith , 

William Oscar Spears 

Donald Bernard Stafford 

John Taylor Gause Stapler ... 
Benjamin Harrison Steele 

Georgre Vandenburgh Stewart 
Arthur Curtis Stott, jr 



Ap- 
pointed 
from— 



Mass 

Mo 

Ind 

N.Y.... 
Mich ... 

Ark .... 
Tenn... 

La 

N.Y.... 
Kans... 



N.Y... 
N.Y... 



Date of 
admission. 



8 June 01 
7 Sept. 01 

31 Aug. 01 
7 Sept. 01 

31 Aug. 01 

21 May 01 

....do 

....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 



7 Sept. 01 

8 June 01 



116 



120 



Name. 



Ralph Beaver Strassburger. 

John Cullin Sumpter 

Ernest Arthur Swanson 

John Calvin Sweeney, jr 

Lloyd Woolsey Townsend . . 
Alexander S. Wadsworth, jr 

Kenneth Whiting 

John Walter Wilcox 

Joseph Ralph Williams 

James Sterrett Woods 

Walter Brown Woodson 



Ap- 
pointed 
from — 



Date of 
admission. 



Pa.... 
Ky... 

Iowa . 



Tenn . . . 

N.J 

N.C .... 
N.Y.... 
Ga 



N.J 

Pa 

Va 



21 May 01 

7 Sept. 01 
23 Sept. 01 

8 June 01 
7 Sept. 01 

....do.... 
21 May 01 
do 



8 June 01 
21 May 01 
23 Sept. 01 



Fourth Class. — One hundred and sixty-six (266) members. 



Hugh Kerr Aiken 

Charles Stanley Albert 

George Andrew Alexander . . . 

Hugh Allen 

William Faulkner Amsden . . . 

Lesley Barratt Anderson 

Eldred Bewes Armstrong 

Lew Morton Atkins 

Arthur Osbom Barber 

William Cyrus Barker, jr 

Owen Bartlett 

Samuel Westray Battle, jr 

Paul Jouea Bean 

Andrew Lane Bell 

Lynn Bernard Bernheim 

Isaac Crabell Bogart 

Claude Albert Bonvillian 

William Harris Booth 

Kenneth Camm Boush 

Roland Munroe Brainard 

Arthur LeRoy Bristol, jr 

Philip Shearer Brittingham . . . 

Jere Hutchlns Brooks 

George Sloan Bryan 

Albert Comstock Burch 

William LeGrand Burnett . . . . 

Robert Wright Cabaniss 

Cassius Marcellus Cade, jr 

Stuart William Cake 

William Lowndes Calhoun 

Lewis Dean Causey 

Lorenz William Fritz Carstein 

Allan J. Chantry 

Ned Leroy Chapin 

Wilfred Everett Clarke 

George Goodrich Coale 

Vestal Phelps Coffin 

Julian Herbert Collins 

John Francis Connor 

Hollis Moseley Cooley 

John Franklin Cox 

George Mansiield Darlow 

Garrett Keene Davis 

Stephen Decatur, jr 

Walter Boardman Decker 

Harvey Delano 

Roger Alexander Dewar 

John William Dickinson 

John Dixon.jr 

Stephen Dohexty... 



La 

Pa 

Ohio.... 

Wis 

Kans . . , 



Pa 

Ind 

Mont ... 
Ohio.... 
Utah ... 

Mich . . . 
N.C .... 
Texas .. 

Mass 

Ky 

Ohio.... 

La 

Va 

At large. 
Ill 



S.C... 
W.Va. 
Mich. 
N.C. 
Mich . 



Ga... 
Ala.. 
Okla. 
Pa... 

Fla.. 



Miss. 



Iowa . 
Cal... 
Tenn . 



Ind.... 
Idaho . 
S.C... 
Ohio.., 
Mich ., 



Ind... 
Ind... 
Ky.... 
N.H.. 
N.J .. 



111.... 
Ga . . . . 
Tenn . 
Ala... 
111.... 



14 May 02 
21 Nov. 02 
26 Sept. 02 

7 May 02 

8 May 02 

30 Aug. 02 

24 Sept. 02 

23 Sept. 02 

25 Sept. 02 
3 Oct. 02 

25 Sept. 02 
29 Aug. 02 

2 Sept. 02 
29 Aug. 02 
....do 

24 Sept. 02 
2 Sept. 02 

10 May 02 

lOet. 02 

24 Sept. 02 

23 Sept. 02 
do 

29 Aug. 02 

30 Aug. 02 
21 Nov. 02 

7 Sept. 01 
23 Sept. 02 

10 May 02 

26 Sept. 02 
23 Sept. 02 

7 May 02 
29 Aug. 02 

11 Sept. 02 
21 Nov. 02 

8 May 02 



....do.... 

23 Sept. 02 

24 Sept. 02 
5 May 02 

27 Sept. 02 



16 Aug, 02 

24 Sept. 02 
14 May 02 
21 Nov. 02 
26 Sept. 02 

25 Sept. 02 
21 May 01 
24 Sept. 02 
30 Aug. 02 
29 Aug. 02 



66 



66 



70 



76 



80 



86 



90 



96 



100 



Milo Frederick Draemel 

Whitford Drake : 

Herbert Franklin Emerson 

Laurence Middleton E well 

Philip Henry Field 

Aubrey Wray Fitch 

Frank Jack Fletcher 

Thomas Everett Follett 

Worth Wright Foster 

Herbert Justice French 

Hugh Clarendon Fry 

Douglas Ward well Fuller 

Arthur Alton Garcelon, jr 

Robert Lee Ghormley 

William AlexanderGlassford, jr , 

Jefferson Briscoe Goldman 

Bonan Calistus Grady , 

Lennox Grant , 

Carroll Stephen Graves , 

Thomas Green 

Wolcott Ellsworth Hall , 

William Alden Hall 

Robert Locke Harter 

Charles Conway Hartigan 

William Parsons Hayes 

Samuel Lenow Henderson 

Andrew Samuel Hickey , 

Goodwin Hobbs 

Douglas Legate Howard 

William Bingham Howe 

Raleigh Edwards Hughes 

Walter Frederick Jacobs 

Henry M. Jensen 

Bradley Tyler Johnson, jr 

Harold Jones 

Arthur Reamy Joyce 

George Frederick Keene, jr 

Charles Stanley Keller 

Hemdon Browning Kelly 

Isaac Campbell Kidd 

Harry Gard Knox 

George Ernest Lake 

Rowan Palmer Lemly 

Walter William Lorshbough . . . 
Robert Vivian Lowe 

Roy Leighton Lowman 

Charles McKenna Lynch 

John Sidney McCain 

Gordon Hand v McCoy 

Bay Straith McDonald 



Nebr. . . 

Mass 

S. Dak.. 

Md 

Colo.... 

Mich ... 
Iowa ... 

Wis 

Ind 

Mo..... 



N.C ... 
Me .... 
Me .... 
Idaho . 
N.Mex 



La 

Mass .. 

Mo 

Wash.. 
Miss... 



Mass.... 

Mass 

Kans . . . 
N.Y.... 
Ky 



Ark .... 
N.Y... 

R.I 

Ill 

S. Dak . . 

Oreg.... 
Conn . . . 
Minn . . . 
Atlarge. 
Ala 



Minn.. 
R.I.... 

Pa 

Ky .... 
Ohio... 

Ohio... 

Ill 

N.C... 
N. Dak. 
N.Y... 



Pa 

Pa 

Miss... 
N. Y... 
N.Dak. 



2 Sept. 02 

26 Sept. 02 
23 Sept. 02 

29 Aug. 02 

27 Sept. 02 

8 May 02 
26 Sept. 02 
do 

30 Aug. 02 

28 Aug. 02 

29 Aug. 02 
8 May 02 

26 Sept. 02 

23 Sept. 02 

30 Aug. 02 

10 May 02 

....do 

....do.... 

24 Sept. 02 
29 Aug. 02 



....do.... 

28 Aug. 02 
5 May 02 

10 May 02 

21 Nov. 02 

24 Sept. 02 
10 May 02 
26 Sept. 02 

29 Aug. 02 
10 May 02 

22 Nov. 02 
8 June 01 
2 Sept. 02 

25 Sept. 02 
2 Sept. 02 

29 Aug. 02 
10 May 02 

do 

....do.... 

23 Sept. 02 

25 Sept. 02 
10 May 02 
....do.... 

21 Nov. 02 

8 May 02 

2 Sept. 02 
10 May 02 
25 Sept. 02 
14 May 02 

22 Nov. 02 



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105 



110 



116 



120 



125 



130 



135 



Name. 



Appoint- Date of 
ea from — admission. 



Charles Stakely McWhorter. . . . 

Wilson Erls Madden , 

Matthias Evans Manly 

Richard Ray Mann 

Morris Goodridge Markland . . . , 



Petteraen Barto Marzoni . . , 

Claude Banks Mayo , 

Robert Gwathmey Merritt. 
Victor Nicholson Metcalf . 
Clifford Plaucle Meyer 



Arthur Christian Meyers . 
George William Miller . . . 

John Paul Miller 

Donald Pettit Morrison . . 
George Morton 



Edward Seabring Moses 

Percival EdmundDarraghNagle 

Blanton Neel 

William Flewellen Newton . 
Leigh Noyes 



James Perdue Olding Nev . 

William Thomas Peacock N. Y . 

Robert- Houghton Pearson N. H. 



Ga 

Tex .... 
N.C.... 
At large. 
N.Y.... 



Fla.. 
Miss. 
Md.. 
Cal.. 
La... 



Mo.. 
Miss. 
Ky .. 
Mo.. 
Va... 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Ark . 
Ga... 
Vt... 



Harry Langley Pence . 
Fred. Milton Perkins. 



Ferdinand Louis Reichmuth. 

Herbert Bernard Riebe 

Frank Hamilton Roberts 

Francis Martin Robinson 

Fred Fremont Rogers 



Robert Emmet Rogers 

Christopher Augur Russell. . . 

Randolph Perry Scudder 

Harold Huntington Shanley . 
Alexander Sharp, jr 



Ohio. 
Oreg. 



Wis... 
Minn. 
Conn. 
Pa.... 
111.... 



Mo 

Mass.... 
Wash.., 
Vt 

At large 



....do.... 
2 Sept. 02 
26 Sept. 02 

. . . .do 

29 Aug. 02 

4 Sept. 02 
21 Nov. 02 
10 May 02 

23 Sept. 02 
12 May 02 

24 Sept. 02 
10 May 02 

2 Sept. 02 
29 Aug. 02 
80 Aug. 02 

29 Aug. 02 
10 May 02 

30 Aug. 02 
12 May 02 

25 Sept. 02 

8 Oct. 02 
30 Aug. 02 
25 Sept. 02 
24 Sept. 02 
do 



21 Nov. 02 
10 May 02 
25 Sept. 02 

24 Sept. 02 

25 Nov. 02 

23 Sept. 02 

26 Sept. 02 
10 May 02 
30 Aug. 02 
10 May 02 



140 



145 



150 



155 



160 



165 



Name. 



Isaac Clark Shute 

James Alfred Silsbee 

G^eorge Robbins Simpson. 
Norman Murray Smith. . . 
Roy Francis Smith 



Robert Wiltsle Spoflord 

Frederick Tomlinson Stevenson 
William Hollister Stevenson . . 
William Callender Irvine Stiles 
Archibald Graham Stirling ... 



Sherwoode Ayerst Taifinder Cal 

Conant Taylor N.Y .... 

Clinton Rand Thompson ' N. H . . . . 

Benjamin Franklin Tilley, jr.., At large. 
John Henry Towers • Ga 



Appoint- 
ed from— 



Date of 
admission. 



N.J... 
N. Y.. 
Va.... 
S. C... 
Minn. 



Kans. 
Cal... 
N.C .. 
Minn. 
Md ... 



Archibald Douglas Turnbull..., At large. 

Harold Hickox Utley 1 111 

Reuben Lindsay Walker Va 

Stephen Winchester Wallace...' Utah ... 
Edward Davis Washburn, jr W. Va. . 



Leo Francis Welch 

Newton Harris White 

Robert Arnold White 

August Christian Wilhelm 
Russell Willson 



Pierre Light Wilson.... 

Thomas Withers, ir 

Edwin Armin Wolleson 
Charles Armijo Woodruff. 
Edwin Burke Woodworth 

George Barney Wright . . - 




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RETIBED LIST. 



RETIREDLIST, 

lAtt of officers of the Navy retired in conformity with the following laws: 

A. Retired after 45 years' service. Act of December 21, 1861, and amendments. 

B. Retired on attaining the a^^e of 62 years. Act of December 21, 1861, and amendments. Section 1444, R. 8. 
G. Retired on own application after 40 years' service. Act of August 3, 1861, section 21. 

D. Retired on application for voluntary retirement. Act of March 8, 1899, section 8. 

E. Retired on own application after 30 years' service. Act of March 3, 1899, section 17. 

F. Retired with rank of next higher grade to that held on active list. Act of March 3, 1899, section 11. 

REAR-ADMIRALS (58). 



10 



16 



20 



25 



30 



40 



45 



Name. 



George Beall Balch 

Aaron Kohkle Hughes 

John Henry Upshur 

Samuel Rhoads Franklin . 
Stephen Bleecker Luce . . 



Bancroft Oherardi 

George Eugene Belknap 

David B. Harmony 

Andrew Ellicott Kennedy fienham. 
James Augustin Greer 



Aaron Ward Weaver 

George Brown 

John Grimes Walker 

Francis Munroe Ramsay . 
Oscar Fitzalan Stanton. . . 



Henry Erben 

Lester Anthony Beardslee . . 
Thomas Oliver Self ridge, jr . 

Joseph Nelson Miller 

Edmund Orville Matthews. . 



Charles Stuart Norton 

John Adams Howell 

Henry Lycurgus Howison : . . . 

Albert Kautz 

Norman Von Heldreich Farquhar . 



Winfield Scott Schley 

Bartlett Jefferson Cromwell . 

William George Buehler 

Henry Bellows Robeson 

Benjamin Franklin Day 



Alexander Hugh McCormick . 

Edwin Malcolm Shepjard 

George Henry Wadleigh 

Louis Joseph Allen 

NicoU Ludlow 



Ja7n£8 ErUwistle 

Nehemiah Mayo Dyer. 

Joseph Trilley 

John Lowe 

Cipriano Andrade . . . 



Lewis Wood Robinson . . : . 

Ralph Aston 

James G. Green 

Charles Henry Rockwell . 
James McQueen Forsyth . 



Present residence or duty. 



Baltimore, Md , 

Washington, D. C 

do 

....do 

War College, Newport, B. I. f- 



East Orange, N.J 

Brookline, Mass 

Santa Barbara, Cal 

Board of Awards, Washington, D. C . . 
Washington , D . C 



do 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Washington, D. C 

Board of Awards, Washington, D. C. 
New London, Conn 



New York.N.Y 

On leave abroad 

Washington, D. C 

New York, N.Y... 

On leave abroad 



Brooklyn, N.Y.... 

Warrenton, Va 

Yonkers, N. Y 

Amherst, Mass — 
Washington, D. C . 



New York, N.Y... 
Washington, D. C . 
Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Walpole, N.H 

Glasgow, Va 



Annapolis, Md 

Washington, D. C 

Dover, N.H 

Clifton Springs, N. Y. 
Oakdale, N.Y 



Paterson, N. J 

Melrose, Mass 

San Francisco, Cal . 

Noroton , Conn 

Philadelphia, Pa... 



do 

Brooklyn, N.Y... . 
Washington, D. C . 

Chatham, Mass 

Philadelphia, Pa.. 







u 






^2 


Retired. 


3^s 






3 Jan. 


83 


B. 


31 Mar. 


84 


B. 


1 June 85 


C. 


24 Aug. 


87 


B. 


25 Mar. 


89 


B. 


10 Nov. 


94 


B. 


22 Jan. 


94 


B. 


26 June 93 


C. 


10 Apr. 


94 


B. 


28 Feb. 


95 


B. 


26 Sept. 


93 


C. 


19 June 97 


B. 


20 Mar. 


97 


B. 


6 Apr. 


97 


B. 


30 July 


94 


C. 


6 Sept. 94 


B. 


IFeb. 


98 


B. 


6 Feb. 


98 


B. 


22 Nov. 


98 


B. 


24 Oct. 


98 


B. 


10 Aug. 


98 


B. 


16 Mar. 


02 


B,F. 


10 Oct. 


99 


B. 


29 Jan. 


01 


B. 


11 Apr. 


02 


B,F. 


9 Oct. 


01 


B. 


9 Feb. 


02 


B,F. 


25 Mar. 


99 


B,F. 


28 Mar. 


99 


C,F. 


28 Mar. 


00 


C. 


26 Mar. 


00 


C. 


13 June 02 


C,F. 


7 June 02 


C,F. 


14 Jan. 


02 


C,F. 


INov. 


99 


C,F. 


8 July 


99 


B,F. 


19 Feb. 


01 


B,F. 


25 Sept. 99 


B,F. 


11 Dec. 


00 


^,F. 


IJuly 


01 


cir. 


21 Sept 


01 


c,r. 


20 Jan. 


02 


C,F. 


11 May 


01 


c,r. 


29 Apr. 


02 


B,F. 


25 Sept. 01 


O.F. 



26 
24 
21 
22 
20 

20 
22 
17 
16 
19 

20 
21 
20 
18 
14 

16 
16 
15 
17 
18 

18 
17 
16 
16 
17 

15 
20 
17 
18 
19 

20 
16 
17 
21 
19 

18 
21 

*19 
16 

♦19 



4 
5 
2 

3 
5 
11 

1 
8 

1 

5 1 
'■> , 
2 
2 

2 

1 


1 



^1 
9 I 



♦Includes service in Volunteer Navy, 
t Also senior member Board of Awards. 



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RETIRED LIST. 

List of officers of the Navy retired in conformity with the following laws: 

A. Retired after 45 years' service. Act of December 21, 1861, and amendments. 

B. Retired on attaining the age of 62 years. Act of December 21, 1861, and amendments. Section 1444, R. S. 

C. Retired on own application after 40 years' service. Act of August 3, 1861, section 21. 

D. Retired on application for voluntary retirement. Act of March 3, 1899, section 8. 

E. Retired on own application after 30 years' service. Act of March 3, 1899, section 17. 

F. Retired with rank of next higher grade to that held on active list. Act of March 3, 1899, section 11. 

REAR-ADMIRALS (68). 



Si 
m 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



Rear- 
admiral. 



Bom in — 



Appointed f roni— 



|20 



I 



26 
29 
28 

22 
25 27 



I ; 



, 25 
22 
21 
21 

30 I 16 

I23 

' 19 

21 

' 21 

35 14 



Ms. 



30 Dec. 37 
20 Oct. 38 

4 Nov. 41 

18 Feb. 41 

19 Oct. 41 

29 June 46 
7 Oct. 47 
7 Apr. 47 

24 l^ov. 47 
10 Jan. 48 

10 May 48 

5 Peb. 49 

5 Oct. 60 

do.... 

29 Dec. 49 

17 June 48 

6 Mar. 50 
3 Oct. 51 
lOct. 51 

2 Oct. 51 

3 Oct. 51 

27 Sept. 54 

26 Sept. 54 

28 Sept. 54 

27 Sept. 64 

20 Sept. 56 

21 Sept. 67 
21 Nov. 57 

25 Sept. 56 

20 Sept. 58 

21 Sept. 59 
25 Nov. 59 

27 Sept. 60 

3 May 59 

28 Oct. 59 

29 Oct. 61 

4 Apr. 62 

11 Aug. 60 
14 Aug. 61 

IJuly 61 

21 Sept. 61 
9 Dec. 61 
11 May 61 

5 July 62 
25 Sept. 61 



5 June 78 

2 July 82 
lOct. 84 

24 Jan. 85 
5 Oct. 85 

25 Aug. 87 
12 Feb. 89 

26 Mar. 89 
28 Feb. 90 

3 Apr. 92 

27 June 93 

27 Sept. 93 

23 Jan. 94 
11 Apr. 94 
21 July 94 

31 July 94 
21 May 95 

28 Feb. 96 
21 Mar. 97 
19 June 97 

IFeb. 98 

10 Aug. 98 
30 Sept. 98 

24 Oct. 98 

25 Dec. 98 

3 Mar. 99 
do.... 

26 Mar. 99 

28 Mar. 99 

29 Mar. 99 

9 Sept. 99 
3 Mar. 01 
9 Feb. 02 
14 Jan. 02 
1 Nov. 99 

8 July 99 

19 Feb. 01 
25 Sept. 99 

11 Dec. 00 
IJuly 01 

21 Sept. 01 

20 Jan. 02 
11 May 01 
29 Apr. 02 
25 Sept. 01 



Tennessee 

New York 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Louisiana 

New Hampshire 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Ohio 

District of Columbia . . 

Indiana 

New Hampshire 

District of Columbia . . 
New York 

do 

do 

Massachuset \ 

Ohio 

Maryland 

New York 

do 

District of Columbia. ^ 

Ohio ^ 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Georgia 

Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 

Ohio 

District of Columbia. . . 

New York 

New Hampshire 

Maryland 

New York 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts 

Ireland 

England 

Mexico 

New Jersey 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts 

do 

Bahama Islands 



Alabama. 

New York. 

District of Columbia. 

Pennsylvania. 

New York. 

Massachusetts. 
New Hampshire. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Ohio. 

Do. 
Indiana. 
Iowa. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Massachusetts. 
Ohio. 
Missouri. 

New York. 

Do. 
Indiana. 
Ohio. 
Pennsylvania. 

Maryland. 

Nebraska. 

Pennsylvania. 

Connecticut. 

Ohio. 

Texas. 
New York. 
New Hampshire. 
Maryland. 
New York. 

New Jersey. 

Massachusetts. 

Maryland. 

Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 

New Jersey- 
Connecticut. 
Massachusetts. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 



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RETIBED LIST. 
REAR ADMIRALS— CJontinued. 



Name. 



Present residence or duty. 



Retired. 






Edwin Samuel Houston 

George Elmore Ide 

Oscar Walter Farenholt 

Eugene Winslow Watson... 
John Fairfield Merry 

William Campbell Gibson . . 

Washburn Maynard 

Chapman Coleman Todd . . , 
William Augustus Windsor, 
John Donaldson Ford 

Frederick Martin Symonds 
Edward Hiclunan Gheen . . 
Wells Laflin Field 



Washington, D.C 

New York, N.Y 

San Francisco, Cal 

Washington. D. C 

Somenrille, Mass 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Washington, D. C 

Crozet, Va 

Bayonne, N. J , 

Iniq>ectlon duty, Bu. S. E. and Ord , 

Ogdensbuig , N.Y 

Naval recr't'g rend' vous, Chicago, 111. f 
Bennington, Vt 



7 June 02 
27 Sept. 01 

1 Sept. 01 

2 June 02 
5 Mar. 02 

23 July 00 

1 Nov. 02 

31 Oct. 02 

16 Sept. 02 

19 May 02 

IDec. 02 
do.... 

20 Nov. 02 



C,F. 
C,F. 
C,F. 
C,F. 
B,F. 

B,F. 
C,F. 
C,F. 
C,F. 
B,F. 



C,F. 21 
C,F. 19 
C,F. 21 



COMMODORES (5). 



Somervllle Nicholson . 
William Penn McCann 

James Henry Gillis 

Robert Lees Phythian. 
Rush Richard Wallace 



Washington. D. C 

New Rochelle, N. Y 

Delhi.N. Y 

Annapolis, Md 

Board of Awards, Washington 



7 Apr, 81 

4 May 92 

14 May 93 

29 July 97 

7 Nov. 97 



c. 


27 


8 


B. 


19 


4 


B. 


22 


4 


B. 


15 


1 


B. 


17 


10 



CAPTAINS (5). 



Allen Vlsscher Reed. , 
Alfred Thayer Mahan 
John Lewis Hannum . . . 

Robert E. Impey 

William Irwin Moore. 



Washington, D. C 
New York, N.Y.. 
Philadelphia, Pa . 
On leave abroad . 
Brookline.Mass.. 



11 June 96 


C. 


15 


6 


17 Nov. 96 


C. 


15 


10 


30 June 99 


D. 


20 


4 


21 Sept. 01 


C. 


18 


5 


30 June 00 


D. 


7 


2 



COMMANDERS (25). 



Edward Hooker * 

Thomas Nelson 

Charles Alexander Schetky . 

John Knight Winn 

William Bogert Newman 



Zera Luther Tanner 

Samuel Belden 

John Campbell Morong. . 
Dennis Walbach Mullan. 
William Hale Driggs 



John Henry Moore , 

William Franklin Low 

Nelson Townsend Houston 

Clayton Scott Rlchman 

Hawley Olmstead Rittenhouse. 



Robert Grosvenor Peck 

Martin Ellsworth Hall 

Herman Frederick Fickbohm 

George Frederick Warren Holman. 
Lazarus Lowrey Reamey 



William Kilburn 

Jacob John Hunker 

William Manning Irwin. 
Gustavus Charles Hanus. 
Henry Harris BarroU 



Brooklyn,N.Y 

Light-house inspector, 16th district . 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Chelsea, Mass 

Hackensack, N. J 



Washington, D.C ... 
New London, Conn . 
San Francisco, Cal . . 

Annapolis, Md 

Washington, D.C ... 



.do. 



Com'd'g nautical sch'1-ship Enterprise. 

Newburg.N.Y 

Commanding Southery 

Brooklyn, N.Y 



Hydrographic Oflftce, Bureau of Equip. 

Lowell, Mass 

On leave abroad 

Boston, Mass ■ 

Washington, D.C , 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Com'd'g nautical sch'l-ship, St. Mary's. 
Danbury, Conn 



25 Dec. 84 
6 Dec. 96 

8 Mar. 89 
31 Aug. 95 

9 Nov. 96 

6 Dec. 97 

27 Apr. 98 

28 Aug. 97 
11 July 01 
30 June 99 



do.... 

30 June 00 

do.... 

do.... 

30 June 99 



do.... 

30 June 00 
30 June 99 
30 June 01 
30 June 00 



...do.... 
) June 01 
...do.... 
) June 99 
...do.... 



B. 


*6 


B. 


♦18 


B. 


*9 


B. 


♦10 


B. 


♦19 


B. 


♦24 


B. 


15 


B. 


♦14 


C. 


15 


D. 


16 


D. 


17 


D. 


19 


D. 


17 


D. 


16 


D. 


16 


D. 


19 


D. 


14 


D. 


18 


D. 


20 


D. 


17 


D. 


18 


D. 


18 


D. 


16 


D. 


22 


D. 


18 



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t Also charge branch hydrographic ofBce, Chicago. 

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BEAR ADMIRALS— CJontinued. 



99 



5® 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



Rear 
admiral. 



Bom in- 



Appointed from— 



13 11 
17 2 
15 I 5 



18 Apr. 62 
27 Sept. 61 
al9 Aug. 64 
18 Sept 63 
15 Oct. 62 

15 Dec. 62 
1 Nov. 62 
9 Oct. 61 

16 Sept. 62 
30 July 62 

26 Sept. 62 
26 Sept. 62 
20 Nov. 62 



7 June 02 
27 Sept. 01 

1 Sept. 01 

2 June 02 

5 Mar. 02 

23 July 00 

6 Oct. 02 
31 Oct. 02 
16 Sept. 02 

19 May 02 

IDec. 02 
IDec. 02 

20 Nov. 02 



Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

Texas 

Massachusetts 
Maine 

New York 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Virginia 

Maryland 

New York 

Pennsylvania 
Missouri 



Pennsylvania. 

Ohio. 

Texas. 

Pennsylvania. 

Maine. 

New York. 
Tennessee. 
Kentucky. 
Maryland. 

New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 



COMMODORES (5). 





3 
4 
10 

4 
6 


21 June 39 
1 Nov. 48 
12 Oct. 48 
28 Jan. 53 
25 May 62 


Commo- 
dore. 


New York 




12 


22 Jan. 80 
26 Jan. 87 
29 Jan. 87 
7 Sept. 94 
11 Nov. 94 


New York. 


19 


Kentucky 


Kentucky. 
Pennsylvania. 


11 


Pennsylvania 


25 


do 


Kentucky. 
Tennessee. 


5 22 


Tennessee 









CAPTAINS (5). 



26 Sept. 54 
30 Sept. 56 
21 Apr. 63 
21 Sept. 61 
14 Apr. 62 



Captain. 



28 July 84 
23 Sept. 85 
30 June 99 
2 Nov. 99 
30 June 99 



New York 

....do 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

West Virginia 



New York. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 
Ohio. 
West Virginia. 



COMMANDERS (25). 



19 July 61 
8 Jan. 62 

27 June 63 
b8 Sept. 62 
12 Oct. 61 

18 Aug. 62 
10 Sept. 62 

lApr. 63 
21 Sept. 60 
21 July 65 

31 July 65 
24 July 65 

28 July 65 
24 July 65 
26 July 66 

21 Sept. 66 

19 Sept. 65 
31 July 66 
23 July 66 
do 



"Com- 
mander. 



9 Feb. 84 
13 Dec. 86 

4 Sept. 87 
31 Mar. 88 

IJuly 92 

7 Feb. 93 
25 Feb. 93 
27 June 93 

3 July 82 
30 June 99 

do.... 

30 June 00 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



5 Dec. 65 

27 July 66 

28 June 67 

26 July 66 

27 Sept. 67 



do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

30 June 01 
30 June 00 



do.... 

30 June 01 

do.... 

30 June 99 
do.... 



Connecticut . . . 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania . 
Massachusetts . 
New York 



....do 

Connecticut . 

Maine 

Maryland 

Michigan 



New York 

New Hampshire . 

New York 

Iowa 

New Jersey 



Massachusetts 

Washington, D. C . 

Grermany 

Massachusetts 

Pennsylvania 



do... 

do.., 

Ohio 

Germany 



Missouri 



Rhode Island. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 

Do. 
Connecticut. 
Maine. 
Kentucky. 
Michigan. 

New York. 
New Hampshire. 
New York. 
Iowa. 
New Jersey. 

Massuchusetts. 

Iowa. 

Naval appointment. 

California. 

Pennsylvania. 

California. 
Ohio. 
Do. 
Wisconsin. 
Missouri. 



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«> Enlisted man 2 September, 1861, to 6 August, 1862. 



i enlisted man 24 April, 1861. t 

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MEDICAL DIRECTORS (26). 



Name and rank. 



Rank of Rear- Admiral {10). 

Walter Keller Scofleld 

Grove Spooner Beardsley 

John Howe Clark 

William Knickerbocker Van Reypen . 
Thomas Cameron Walton 



Charles Henry White. . 

James Rufus Tryon 

James Milton Flint 

George Adams Bright . 
Joseph Gerrish Ayers. . 



Rank of Commodore (5). 



William Grier* 

Samuel Jackson 

Francis M. Gunnell. 



Rank of Captain {IS). 



Phincas Jonathan Hor»vitz. 
Edward Shippen 



Samuel Franklin Coues . 

Jacob S. Dungan 

George Peck 

John Y. Taylor 

Richard Grain Dean 



David Kindleberger 

Philip Skinner Wales 

Edward Strong Bogert 

Henry Martyn Wells 

Benjamin Harrison Kidder . 

George Henry Cooke 



Present r^idence or duty. 



Stamford, Conn... 
Washington, D. C. 

Amherst, N. H 

Washington, D. C. 
Annapolis, Md 



Boston, Mass 

Coxsackie, N. Y . . 
Washington, D. C. 
do 

Port Jervls, N. Y . . 



Washington, D. C 

do 

Bureau Medicine and Surgery . 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
do 



Cambridge, Ma&s 

San Francisco, Cal 

Elizabeth, N.J 

Washington, D. C 

President Medical Examining Board. 



On leave abroad 

do 

Recruiting duty. New York . 

NewYork,N.Y 

Edgartown, Mass 



Ridley Park, Pa. 





62 






Retired. 


S)^^* 




bog 




|.2a 


28 Apr. 01 


B,F. 


22 Jan. 00 


B, F. 


16 Apr. 99 


B,F. 


25 Jan. 02 


C, F. 


31 May 00 


B,F. 


19 Nov. 00 


B. 


24 Sept. 99 
7 Feb. 00 


B, F. 


B, F. 


9 Apr. 99 


B, F. 


3 Nov. 01 


B,F. 


5 Oct. 78 


B. 


lApr. 79 


B. 


27 Nov. 89 


B. 


3 Mar. 84 


B. 


18 June 88 


B. 


17 Sept. 87 


B. 


11 Jan. 87 


B. 


9 July 88 


B. 


21 Jan. 91 


B. 


27 May 95 


B. 


2 Sept. 96 
27 Feb. 96 


B. 


B. 


7 May 98 


B. 


20 Jan. 97 


B. 


23 Jan. 98 


B. 


12 Dec. 98 


B. 



PAY DIRECTOR (1). 



Rank of Rear-Admiral. 
Edwin Stewart X 



South Orange, N. J . 



5 May 99 



B,F. 



PAY DIRECTORS (21). 



Rank of Rear- Admiral {15). 



Charles Henry Eldredge . 

Edward May 

Henry Martyn Denniston. 

Rufus Parks 

Frank Carvill Cosby 



Joseph Adams Smith 

James Edward Tolf ree . . . 
George Armstrong Lyon . 

Edward Bellows 

George William Beaman . 



Arthur Burtis 

Edwin Putnam 

George Ellsworth Hendee. 
Joseph Foster 



Navy pay office, Norfolk . 

Boston, Mass 

Washington ville, N. Y . . . 

Norfolk, Va 

Washington, D. C 



Brooklyn, N. Y . . 
New York, N.Y.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Walpole, N. H ... 
Cambridge, Mass. 



Navy pay office, New York 

Gen'l storekeeper, navy-yard, New York 

Navy-yard, Boston 

Gen'l storek'p'r, navy-yard, Portsmouth 



21 Sept. 01 

20 Jan. 00 
13 June 02 

9 Apr. 99 
10 Apr. 02 

1 Sept. 99 

29 Aug. 99 
23 Dec. 99 
28 Apr. 02 

7 May 9» 

21 Nov. 02 
28 Sept. 02 

30 June 02 
9 Dec. 02 



♦Retired while Surgeon-General and Chief of Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. 

t Also duty naval recruiting rendezvous, New York. 

t Retired while Chief of Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. 

a Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 



B,F. 


8 


3 




B,F. 


10 


2 




B,F. 


11 


4 




B,F. 


a9 


3 




B,F. 


14 


1 




B,F. 


8 





B,F. 


al4 


3 


B,F. 


12 


4 


B,F. 


11 


01 


B,F. 


al2 


5 




B,F. 


13 


6 




B,F. 


13 


9 




B,F. 


13 


2 




C,F. 


18 


9 





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MEDICAL DIRECTORS (26). 



101 



r 

QQ 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



Medical 
Director. 



Bom in — 



Appointed from — 



Y8. 

18 
17 
20 
24 
21 

20 
021 
al9 
alb 
ell 



12 July 61 

IJuly 61 

19 Oct. 61 

&26 Dec. 61 

5 Oct. 61 

26 Dec. 61 

19 Mar. 63 

14 Apr. 62 

16 May 61 

17 Dec. 64 



7 Mar. 38 
20 June 38 
22 Mar. 49 



8 Nov. 47 
7 Aug. 49 

25 Feb. 61 

25 Feb. 51 
do.-.. 

26 Sept. 63 
17 Apr. 66 



20 May 69 
7 Aug. 56 

10 June 61 

21 July 61 
20 Sept. 61 

22 Sept. 62 



18 Feb. 90 
22 Jan. 91 

4 Mar. 93 

30 Mar. 95 

31 May 00 

8 June 95 
21 Jan. 97 
6 June 97 

19 Oct. 97 
12 Dec. 98 



3 Mar. 71 
.-..do.... 
3 Feb. 75 



30 June 73 
17 Mar. 76 

13 Aug. 76 

31 Dec. 76 
7 Jan. 78 

20 Apr. 79 
10 June 80 



30 Jan. 87 
15 Oct. 81 

28 Nov, 89 
22 Sept. 91 
21 Aug. 93 

29 Sept. 95 



Connecticut 

New York 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

England 

New Hampshire 

New York 

New Hampshire 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Ireland 

Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia 

Maryland , 

New Jersey 

New Hampahire 

Pennsylvania 

New Jersey , 

Pennsylvania 

do 

Ohio 

Maryland 

New York , 

Massachusetts 

do 

Pennsylvania 



Connecticut. 
New York. 
New Hampshire. 
New Jersey. 
New York. 

Massachusetts. 

New York. 

New Hampshire. 

Maine. 

New Hampshire. 



Maryland. 
North Carolina. 
District of Columbia. 



Do. 

Pennsylvania. 

New Hampshire. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Delaware. 
New Jersey. 

Ohio. 
Maryland. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
Do. 

New Jersey. 



PAY DIRECTOR (1). 



24 



Pay 
Director. 



9 Sept. 61 12 Sept. 91 



New York New York 



PAY DIRECTORS (21). 



27 


1 


24 


3 


24 


7 


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11 


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20 


6 


21 


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10 July 61 
6 Sept. 61 
9 Sept. 61 

12 Sept. 61 
24 Aug. 61 

8 Oct. 61 

13 Sept. 62 

11 June 62 { 
do.... 

I 5 Mar. 62 

14 July 62 
20 Sept. 62 

I 25 Mar. 64 
idl9 0ct. 63 



Massachusetts . 

.....do 

New York 

Maine 

Kentucky 



Maine 

New York 

Pennsylvania . 
Rhode Island. . 
Vermont 



31 Aug. 81 
24 Dec. 83 
31 July 84 
10 Aug. 86 
5 July 89 

24 Nov. 91 
12 Feb. 98 
15 Mar. 98 
10 July 98 
9 Apr. 99 

5 May 99 

7 May 99 

1 Sept. 99 

27 Aug. 01 

a Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 

& Three months in Volunteer Army. 

Includes service as captain's clerk. 

d Captain's clerk 8 October, 1862. 

• InoludeB service in Volunteer Army and Navy (Civil War). 



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Maine 

Massachusetts . 
....do 



New York. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 

Do. 
Kentucky. 

Maine. 
New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
New Hampshire. 
Missouri. 

New York. 
Maine. 

Massachusetts. 
New Hampshire. 



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RETIRE^ LIST. 
PAY DIRECTORS— Continued. 



Name and rank. 



Sank qf Ckmunodore (f). 



James Horatio Watanough. . 
Thomas Henry Looker 



Bank of Captain (4). 



Charles Wheaton Abbot. . . 

James Daniel Murray 

Alexander Wilson Kussell. 
Arthur John Pritchard 



Present residence or duty. 



Washington, D. C. 
do 



Warren, R. I 

Annapolis. Md 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Navy pay oflBce, Baltimore . 



Retired. 



30 July 84 
23 Nov. 91 



18 Nov. 91 
20 Sept. 91 
4 Feb. 86 
12 Feb. 98 



2 

550 






PAY INSPECTORS (4). 



Rank of Captain (1). 

Henry Gillette Colby 

Jtank of Commander (5). 

Worthington Goldsborough 

William Waters Woodhull 

William Wesley Barry 



Navy pay oflftee, San Francisco, Cal 



General storekeeper, Naval Academy.. 
G. 8. k., naval station, New Orleans, La. 
General storekeeper, navy-yard, Boston 



4 Mar. 01 


B,F. 


al4 


7 


9 Oct. 96 


B. 


14 


3 


16 June 98 


B. 


13 


8 


15 Sept. 99 


B,F. 


all 






PAYMASTER (1). 



Rank of Lieutenant-Commander (1). 
Henry Titus Skelding 



Wabash* . 



31 Oct. 96 



CHIEF ENGINEERS (31). 



Rank of Commodore (P). 



Benjamin Franklin Isherwood . 

.William Henry Shock f 

Montgomery Fletcher 

David Betton Macomb 

Edward Dunham Robie , 



John White Moore 

Thorn Williamson 

William Wierman Dungan. 
Jackson McElmell 



Rank of Captain {15). 



James Wilson King . 



Edwin Fithlan 

Charles Harding Lori 
William Benthall Broo'k 

George Fink Kutz 

Andrew Jackson Kiersted. 



James William Thomson 

Samuel Loring Percival Ayres . 

Elijah Laws 

Edward Farmer 

David Smith 



New York, N.Y.. 
Washington, D. C. 

do 

NewYork, N. Y .. 
Washington, D. C. 



Brooklyn, N.Y.... 
Navy Department . 

Baltimore. Md 

Philadelphia, Pa... 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bridgeton, N. J .. 
Brooklyn, N.Y .. 

Erie, Pa 

Oakland, Cal 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Camden, N. J 

Philadelphia, Pa . 
Morristown, N. J.. 

Boston, Mass 

Washington, D. C. 



6 Oct. 84 


B. 


6 


15 June 83 


B. 


12 


15 Feb. 92 


B. 


12 


27 Feb. 89 


B. 


14 


11 Sept. 93 


B. 


16 


24 May 94 


B. 


15 


5 Aug. 95 


B. 


15 


22 Dec. 97 


B. 


16 


4 June 96 


B. 


15 


26 Aug. 81 


B. 


8 


13 Dec. 82 


B. 


16 


26 Dec. 90 


B. 


12 


1 Mar. 92 


C. 


19 


26 June 96 


C. 


16 


25 Dec. 94 


B. 


16 


26 June 96 


C. 


15 


29 July 97 


B. 


18 


20 Mar. 95 


B. 


17 


1 Mar. 98 


B. 


17 


13 Dec. 96 


B. 


16 



* Also has accounts Naval Station, New London, Conn, 
t Retired while Chief of Bureau of Steam Engineering, 
a Includes service in Volunteer Navy, 
fr Includes service as midshipman. 



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PAY DIRECTORS— Continued. 



103 



2*? 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



6;i2Dec.44 
31 Aug. 53 



2 Sept. 56 

3 June 58 
d 28 Feb. 61 

7 Oct. 61 



Pay 
director. 



3 Mar. 71 
....do.... 



3 July 71 
25 Sept. 75 
23 Feb. 77 
10 Apr. 95 



Bom in— 



Pennsylvania 
Ohio; 

Rhode Island. 
Maryland 

'.'.'.'.do'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 



PAY INSPECTORS (4). 



Appointed from— 



Pennsylvania. 
Ohio. 



Rhode Island. 

Minnesota. 

District of Columbia. 

Maryland. 



17 



20 

19 

al6 



22 June 63 



30 Sept. 62 
13 May 63 
30 July 63 



Pay 
inspector. 



23 Apr. 99 



24 Nov. 91 
30 Mar. 95 
18 Dec. 86 



Vermont 

Maryland 

New York 

Massachusetts 



Vermont. 



Maryland. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 



PAYMASTER (1). 



Pay- 
master. 



15 5 j 31 Dec. 62 19 Aug. 76 New York 



New York. 



CHIEF ENGINEERS (31). 





30 


1 
4 




22 


11 




22 


3 




22 


4 


5 


21 


9 




22 


8 




26 


1 




20 


8 




18 





10 


25 


6 




16 


1 




23 


7 




17 


3 




20 


10 


15 


16 


4 




21 


7 




20 


1 




9 


2 




19 





20 


19 






23 May 44 
18 Jan. 45 

24 June 60 
11 Jan. 49 
16 Feb. 62 

21 May 53 
do 

26 June 66 
2 Aug. 55 



2 Sept. 44 

31 Oct. 48 
26 Feb. 51 
16 Feb. 52 
26 June 56 
do.... 



Chief 
Engineer. 



31 Oct. 48 
UMar. 51 
25 Oct. 59 
21 Sept. 60 
30 July 61 

5 Aug. 61 

do.... 

IFeb. 62 
2 Feb. 62 



12 Nov. 52 

23 Oct. 59 
25 Mar. 61 
lAug. 61 
10 Nov. 61 
12 Nov. 61 



do.... 2 Feb. 62 

21 July 58 I 21 Mar. 70 

19 Mar. 58' do.... 

3 May 59 I 4 Mar. 71 
26 Aug. 59 I 5 Mar. 71 



New York . 
Maryland.. 
Virginia . . . 

Florida 

Vermont .. 



New York 

North Carolina . 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania .. 



Maryland. 



New Jersey 

Massachusetts . 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania. . 
Virginia 



Delaware 

Connecticut . . . 
Pennsylvania . 

Vermont 

Scotland , 



New York. 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
New York. 

Do. 
Virginia. 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 



Maryland. 

Pennsylvania. 

Massachusetts. 

Virginiu 

Pennsylvania. 

Maryland. 

New Jersey. 
Connecticut. 
Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 
Do. 



a Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 

b Acting midshipman 24 November, 1843: 10 months' sea service. 

e Midshipman 6 November, 1846; sea service, 3 years 5 months; shore duty, 2 months; unemployed, 2 years 6 months. 

d Captain's clerk 9 December, 1842; sea service, 2 years; 8 months in the Army. 



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RETIRED LIST. 
CHIEF ENGINEERS— Continued. 



Name and rank. 



Fletcher AloysiUB Wilson 

Robert Potts 

Alfred Adamson 

George Jacob Bumap 

Rank of Commander (5). 

Henry Beauchamp Nones 

Albert William Morley 

John Agnew Scot , 

George Washington Stivers 

James Henry Chasmar 

Rank of Lieutenant- Commander («) 

Benjamin F. Wood 

George Walter Roche 



Present residence or duty. 



Boston, Mass 

Washington, D. C... 

Lynn, Mass 

Philadelphia, Pa. . . . 

Wilmington, Del 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Philadelphia, Pa . . . 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Babylon, U L, N. Y. 

Mount Vernon, N. Y 
Baltimore, Md 





P.£ 






Retired. 


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1 




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Y8. 


Ms. 


7 Feb. 98 


B. 


21 


5 


8 May 97 


B. 


19 


8 


19 Sept. 98 
10 Feb. 99 


B. 


18 


2 


B. 


19 





15 May 92 


B. 


16 


10 


27 Mar. 96 


B. 


15 


9 


28 May 97 


B. 


20 


4 


12 Oct. 98 


B. 


15 


8 


11 Oct. 98 


B. 


19 


4 


6 Oct. 92 


B. 


13 


7 


3 July 96 


B. 


17 


11 



CHAPLAINS (8). 



RanJc of Rear- Admiral. 

Thomas Augustus Gill 

Rank qf Captain. 

William Henry Stewart 

John Singer Wallace 

Donald McLaren 

Wesley Otheman Holway 

John Kerf oot Lewis 

Frank Bramwell Rose 

Sylvester Dailey Boorom 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

DeLand, Fla 

Chicago, 111 

Orange, N. J 

Boston, Mass 

On leave abroad . 
Swarthmore, Pa . 
Horseheads, N. Y 



8 Feb. 02 



11 July 93 

29 Jan. 93 

7 Mar. 96 

9 June 01 

18 Mar. 97 
5 Apr. 98 
14 Nov. 02 



B,F. 


8 


B. 


5 


B. 


3 


B. 


4 


B. 


7 


B. 


7 


B. 


9 


B. 


9 



PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS (7). 



Rank of Rear- Admiral ( f ) . | 

William Harkness Washington, D. C. 

Henry Davis Todd ' do 



Rank of Captain (5). 



Simon Newcomb 

Asaph Hall 

John Robie Eastman . 



Rank of Commander (2). 



On leave, abroad . 

Goshen, Conn 

Andover, N. H 



Edgar Frisbie Washington, D. C. 

Lucien Franklin Prud'homme I Annapolis, Md 



17 Dec. 99 
25 Aug. 00 



12 Mar. 97 
15 Oct. 91 
29 July 98 



22 May 99 
1 Sept. 96 



B,F. 


1 


9 


B,F. 


7 


9 


B. 








B. 





8 


B. 








B. 








B. 









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105 



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OP 




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Fa. 


M8. 


11 


6 


14 


1 


12 


11 


15 


3 


12 





16 


4 


10 





18 


3 


13 


6 


15 


5 


12 


8 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



Chief 
Engineers. 



Bom in — 



Appointed from — 



26 Aug. 59 
17 Feb. 60 
13 May 61 
do.... 



a28 May 61 

llJuly 61 
3 Oct. 61 
2 Dec. 61 
7 Apr. 62 



IJuly 61 
28 Oct. 62 



5 Mar. 51 
22 Jan. 78 
19 May 79 

1 Nov. 79 



14 Dec. 64 

17 Nov. 82 
6 July 85 

18 Dec. 85 
27 Jan. 89 



14 Dec. 83 
25 Aug. 89 



England 

Ireland 

New York 

New Hampshire 

Pennsylvania .. 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania . . 

New York 

do 

New York 

Pennsylvania .. 



New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
Wisconsin. 
New York. 



Delaware. 

New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Do. 



New York. 
Pennsylvania. 



CHAPLAINS (8). 



610 


7 


V 





14 


1 


21 


4 


20 


3 


8 


5 


12 


4 


12 


2 



22 Dec. 74 



10 Mar. 63 

do.... 

do.... 

2 June 68 

29 Nov. 69 

3 Feb. 70 
9 July 75 



Pennsylvania . 

Massachusetts. 

Ohio 

New York 

Massachusetts 

Pennsylvania . 
New Jersey ... 
New York 



Pennsylvania. 



Massachusetts. 
Ohio. 

New Jersey. 
Maine. 

New York. 
New Jersey. 
New York. 



PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS (7). 



34 


6 


27 


4 


35 


5 


27 


10 


33 


8 


20 


11 


dlO 


4 



24 Aug. 63 
028 May 53 



21 Sept. 61 
2 May 63 
17 Feb. 65 



11 June 78 
20 May 81 



Scotland 

Massachusetts .. 

Nova Scotia 

Connecticut 

New Hampshire 

England 

New York 



New York. 
Do. 



Massachusetts. 

Do. 
New Hampshire. 



Illinois 
Maryland. 



a Third assistant engineer, 23 September 1853, 2 years 10 months. 

b Five months in Volunteer Army 

c Resigned as lieutenant-commander, 19 October, 1866, appointed professor, 16 September, 1877. 

dTwo years ten months and twenty-one days in the Army. 



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RETIBED LIST. 
NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS (6). 



Name and rank. 



Present residence or duty. 



Retired. 



S2 
53 T3 



III 



Sank of Bear-Admiral (1). 

Philip Hichbom* 

Rank of Ckiptain (5). 



Frank Lysander Femald. 
William Henry Vamey. . - 
Joseph Feaater 



Washington, D.C. 



Superintending construction vessels. 

Baltimore, Md 

Inspection duty (Bu. C. and R.) 



Sank qf Commander (5). 

Robert William Steele 

John Baxter Hoover 



South Orange, N.J. 
Eli2abeth,N.J 



4 Mar. 01 



11 Nov. 97 
19 Apr. 00 
5 Aug. 99 



13 Apr. 93 
23 June 98 



B,F. 



CIVIL ENGINEERS (3). 



Rank of Rear Admiral (1). 

Peter Christian Asserson 

Rank qf Commander (1). 

Anecito Garcia Menocal 

Rank of Lieuienant- Commander (1). 
Calvin Brown 



Richfield Springs, N. Y . 



Member board on naval stations . 



Seattle, Wash . 



5 Jan. 01 



1 Sept. 96 



16 Oct. 81 



B,F. 








B. 








B. 









CHIEF BOATSWAINS (8). 



Name and rank. 



Present residence or duty. 



Retired. 





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6 

J 


&H 


> 


^(«« 


s 


h^' 


1 




Ys. 


Ms. 


B,F. 


17 


1 


B,F. 


11 


6 


B,F. 


10 


1 


B,F. 


12 


4 


B,F. 


13 


1 


B,F. 


12 


3 


B,F. 


14 





B. 


8 


8 



Rank with, but after, lieutenant (Junior 
grade). (7.) 



Charles Miller , 

Jofiiah Bailey Aiken 

William Alexander Cooper. 

John Stephen Sinclair 

Charles Edward Hawkins . . 



William Manning 

Francis Augustus Dran. 



Seacliflf, N. Y 

Duty at Newport News, Va . 
Navy-yard, Washington 

Washington^ d! c! !...!!.!. ! 



Columbia 

Navy-yard, Boston. 



Ranks vrUh, hut after, Ensign (1). 
John Beaver Femald Langton 



Brooklyn, N. Y . 



BOATSWAINS (5). 



2 May 99 

28 Jan. 01 
15 Dec. 99 
26 Dec. 01 

29 Aug. 99 

17 Mar. 99 
15 Nov. 01 



8 Oct. 00 



Robert Anderson 

James Nash 

John Castro Thompson. 

James Amos Smith 

Charles James Murphy. 



Honeybrook, Pa 

Navy-yard, Boston 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Fish Commission str. Pish Hawk . 
Naval Academy 



14 Feb. 96 


B. 


13 


8 


3 June 95 


B. 


10 


10 


10 Oct. 92 


B. 


3 


2 


3 Dec. 01 


C. 


t36 


1 


24 Dec. 01 


C. 


12 


4 



* Retired while Chief of Bureau of Construction and Repair, 
t Includes service as Mate. 



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NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS (6). 



107 



is 



5 21 
23 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



26 June 69 



4 May 71 
29 July 69 
29 July 75 



24M|iy 71 
29 July 76 



Naval Con- 
structor. 



12 Mar. 75 



12 Mar. 75 

13 Mar. 75 
10 Oct. 88 



13 Mar. 75 
10 Oct. 88 



Bom in— 



Massachusettit.., 

Maine 

New Hampshire 
Pennsylvania .. 

Ireland , 

Pennsylvania . . 



Appointed from— 



California. 



MasaachusettB. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 



New York. 
Pennsylvania. 



CIVIL ENGINEERS (3). 



21 ' 7 



14 , 



a 6 Mar. 74 
15 July 74 
13 May 69 



Norway. 



Cuha. 



Massachusetts . 



Virginia. 



New York. 



California. 



CHIEF BOATSWAINS (8). 



1 . 


1 




o>. 


o| 


§» 




GQ 


Y8. 


Ms. 


17 


5 


23 


3 


23 


3 


24 


3 


17 


10 


14 


10 


15 


9 


18 






Previous 

service as 

enlisted 

man. 



r«. 



I 11 



Ms. 



Ds. 



Date of 
warrant. 



18 June 61 
b24Mar.66 
25 Apr. 66 
c 9 July 66 
6 11 Feb. 71 

3 Jan. 73 
d 21 Dec. 74 



26 Nov. 61 



Chief 
boat- 
swain. 



3 Mar. 99 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



3 Mar. 99 



Bom in- 



New York 

Massachusetts 

England 

Scotland 

Maine 

Ireland 

Sweden 

Maine 



Appointed f rom- 



New York. 
Massachusetts. 
District of Columbia. 
Pennsylvania. 
New Hampshire. 

California. 
New Hampshire. 



Maine. 

















BOATSWAINS (5). 






16 
16 

8 


7 

4 

11 

6 

7 








16 June 62 
«7May 67 
28 Aug. 74 
15 Nov. 01 
19 Dec. 01 


Pennsylvania 


Pennsylvania. 




4 


9 


12 


New York 


Massachusetts. 




Pennsylvania 


New York. 




2 


8 


10 


Massachusetts 


Massachusetts. 


5 


Maine 


Maine. 















a Mate, 27 May, 1862; acting ensign, 24 November, 1862, to 28 February, 1869. 
fr Acting boatswain, 1 September, 1863; acting master's mate, 3 September, 1864. 
cMate, November 18, 1864. 

<f Acting master's mate, 5 December, 1862; discharged, 10 January, 1864; acting master's mate, 12 December, 1864; 
mate, 1 July, 1866; discharged, 12 May, 1867. 
•Mate, 8 July, 1862; acting gunner, 4 February, 1868, and 6 March, 1866. 



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RETIRED LIST. 
CHIEF GUNNERS (4). 



Name and rank. 



Sank with, but after. Lieutenant {junior 
grade). 

Cornelius Du^an 

John Robert Grainger 

George t'ouse. 

Robert Sommers 



Prssent residence or duty. 



Navy-yard, League Island 

Navy-yard, New York 

Washington, D. C 

Naval Academy 



Retired. 






3 Apr. 01 

4 Mar. 01 
10 Dec. 99 
17 Dec. 99 



C.F. 
B,F. 
B,F. 
B,F. 



GUNNERS (10). 



10 



John Christian Ritter . . . 
Jonathan Moore Ballard 
Thomas Peyton Venable 

John Gaskins 

Robert Henry Cross 

William W. Carter 

Joseph Smith 

John Geoffrey Foster 

George Lyman Albro 

Andrew Harman 



Brooklyn, N.Y 

West Sidney, Me 

Navy-yard, Washington 

Portsmouth, Va 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Washington, D. C 

Chester Heights, Pa 

West Newton, Mass 

Washington, D. C 

On leave abroad 



9 Mar. 77 
28 Nov. 85 
25 Aug. 87 

3 Mar. 95 
16 Oct. 89 

18 Mar. 95 

11 Dec. 90 

5 Nov. 96 

3 Apr. 96 

20 Mar. 94 



B. 


16 


11 


B. 


12 


10 


B. 


11 


5 


B. 


14 


5 


B. 


17 


1 


B. 


12 


9 


B. 


16 





B. 


14 


4 


B. 


10 


1 


D. 


40 


1 



CHIEF CARPENTERS (2). 



Bank toith, bui after. Lieutenant (junior 
grade). 



John Gould Tilden . . 
Peter Thomas Ward . 



Navy- yard, Boston 

Navy-yard, New York . 



19 Feb. 02 
10 Sept. 02 



B,F. 
B,F. 



CARPENTERS (8). 



Ebenezer Thompson 

William Dorsett Toy 

Robert Adrian Williams 

Augustus Octavius Goodsoe . 
Joseph Eastman Cox 



Herbert Murium Griffiths . 

George W. Conover 

Henry Williams 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. . 

Pleyto, Cal 

Kittery.Me 

do 



Navy-yard, New York 

Navy-yard, League Island. 
Philadelphia, Pa 



6 Aug. 79 


B. 


13 


8 May 92 


B. 


18 


9 Aug. 90 


B. 


16 


17 Dec. 94 


B. 


12 


21 Apr. 92 


B. 


15 


17 Mar. 98 


B. 


12 


18 July 95 


B. 


8 


6 Feb. 96 


B. 


6 



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CHIEF GUNNERS (4). 



109 



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o>. i 


s- 1 


2^^ ' 






OQ 


r«. 


Ms. 


24 


10 


21 


5 


20 


3 


21 






Previous 

service as 

enlisted 

man. 



Ms. 



Date of 
warrant. 



30 Oct. 60 
23 Nov. 61 
13 Apr. 62 
11 Nov. 73 



Chief 
gunner. 



Mar. 99 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 



Bom In- 



Appointed f rom- 



Pennsylvania 

Canada 

Pennsylvania 
Prussia 



Pennsylvania. 
New York. 

Do. 
Connecticut. 



GUNNERS (10). 



13 Sept. 46 
23 Nov. 47 
a 22 Oct. 66 

20 Apr. 67 
23 Apr. 68 

21 May 59 
9 Oct. 61 

25 Nov. 61 

14 June 62 
ft 9 Feb. 70 



New York 

Maine 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

District of Columbia 

Pennsylvania 

Maine 

New York 

Massachusetts 

New York 



New York. 

Do. 
District of Columbia. 
Virginia. 
District of Columbia. 

Do. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 
District of Columbia. 
New York. 



CHIEF CARPENTERS (2). 



4 May 76 
8 June 70 



Chief 
carpenter. 



3 Mar. 99 
3 Mar. 99 



Massachusetts . 
New York 



Massachusetts. 
New York. 



CARPENTERS (8). 



9 



16 Nov. 49 

28 Oct. 58 

26 July 59 

3 June 61 

9 July 61 

25 Sept. 61 

18 Feb. 70 

1 June 80 



Virginia 

Pennsylvania . 
Massachusetts . 

Maine 

do 



New York 

Pennsylvania , 
Canada 



Virginia. 
Pennsjjlvania. 
Virginia. 
Maine. 
Do. 

Pennsylvania. 
Do. 
Do. 



a Acting gunner, 19 March, 1847; sea service, 3 years 11 months; shore, 2 years 2 months; unemployed, 1 year 1 
month. 
& Acting gunner, 17 November, 1862; sea service, 3 years 3 months; unemployed, 2 months. 



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CHIEF SAILMAKERS (3). 



Name and rank. 



Present residence or duty. 



Retired. 






8 



Banks with, but after. Lieutenant {junior 
grade). 

John Cromwell Herbert 

Ranks toith, but after. Ensign. 

William Cuddy 

John Joseph Byrne 



Navy-yard, Lea«rue Island, Pa 

Cramp's shipyard 

Navy-yard, New York 



11 Aug. 00 



11 Mar. 02 
9 Sept. 01 



B.F. 



B. 
B. 



SAILMAKERS (6). 



John Wilbum North 

Daniel Coifin Bray ton 

George Coggeshall Boerum. . . 

Gilbert Dayton Maey 

George Tracy Douglass 

Truman Bartholomew White 



Portland Me , 

Nantucket, Mass 

Navy-yard, Boston . . . , 

Keyport, N. J 

Navy-yard, New York 

Brooklyn,N.Y 



15 Oct. 79 


B. 


16 


6 


17 Feb. 91 


B. 


17 





4 Jan. 90 


B. 


17 


10 


10 Sept. 96 


B. 


12 


10 


20 Dec. 98 


B. 


10 


1 


3 Nov. 98 


B. 


10 


5 



PHARMACIST (1). 



Cornelius O'Leary. 



New York, N.Y. 



25 Apr. 02 B. 



MATES (13). 



10 



James William Baxter 

John Griffin 

Hugh Kuhl 

William Walter Beck 

Philip C. Van Buskirk 

William Boyd 

Albert Frederick Callander 

William Jenney 

Charles Wilson 

Henry Clay Fuller 

James Mark Creighton 

Harold Nielsen 

John Lemuel Vennard 



Anacostla, D. C 

Charlestown, Mass 

Norfolk, Va 

Chelsea, Mass 

Monroe, Wash 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Somerville, Mass 

Columbia 

Seneca Falls, N.Y 

Washington, D. C 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Navy-yard, Portsmouth, N. H 



19 Jan. 95 
17 May 96 
10 June 97 

8 Sept. 94 
4 Mar. 96 

1 Mar. 98 
22 May 99 
26 Sept. 99 
10 Feb. 99 

3 Apr. 99 

2 June 99 
31 Mar. 99 

9 June 99 



A. 


13 





B. 


3 


9 


B. 


6 


8 


B. 


2 


4 


B. 


14 


2 


B. 


4 


5 


E. 


20 


7 


B. 


4 


4 


B. 


8 


6 


E. 


11 


10 


E. 


11 


6 


E. 


10 


8 


E. 


6 


7 



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CHIEF SAILMAKERS (3). 



Ill 





Shore or oth- 
er duty. 


Previous 

service as 

enlisted 

man. 


Date of 
warrant. 


Chief sail- 


Bom in- 


Appointed from— 




Y8. 

21 

15 
12 


Ms. 

1 

2 
10 


Ys. 
2 


Ms. 
6 


Ds. 
23 


10 June 61 

2 Mar. 72 

11 Jan. 75 


8 Mar. 99 

do.... 

do.... 


New York 


Pennsylvania. 


Ohio .. . 


California 










Ireland 


New York. 














SAILMAKERS (6). 


1 « 


6 
8 
5 

10 










3 July 49 
30 Aug. 51 

4 Sept. 52 
29 June 67 
19 Feb. 70 

25 Nov. 70 


Maine - 


Massachusetts. 




10 
13 
10 
18 

9 








Massachus 
New York 
do.... 


etts 


Ne^ork. 






















dS: 


5 








Virginia - 


Do. 










New York 




Do. 
















PHARMACIST (1). 




Il3 


7 








15 Sept. 98 


Ireland 


Rhode Island. 


1 












MATES (13). 




17 
29 
29 
20 
9 

26 
8 
30 
25 
22 

15 
18 
29 


1 

4 
3 

10 

10 
7 
8 
2 
8 

2 

1 
6 








a 19 Feb. 64 


District of 
Massachus 
Germany . 
Kentucky 
West Virgi 

New York 
Germany . 
Massachus 
New York 
do.... 


Columbia 


District of Columbia. 




2 


4 


16 


ft 15 Mar. 67 
C29NOV.69 
d24 Jan. 70 

28 Feb. 70 

c20 Apr. 70 
26 Nov. 69 
/6 Dec. 69 

925 Jan. 70 
hi Feb. 70 

4 Mar. 70 

29 Mar. 70 
i26 Apr. 70 


etts 


Massachusetts. 






New York. 




5 


4 


22 




Massachusetts. 


5 


Lnla 


West Virginia. 












Pennsylvania. 
New York. 




















letts 


Ma.ssachusetts. 












New York. 


10 










Do. 










Virginia - 


District of Columbia. 




6 


3 


1 


Denmark . 
New Ham 




Do. 




pshire 


New Hampshire. 















a Fourteen years 5 months 8 days in Marine Corps. 

6 Master's Mate, 20 June, 1861, to 14 February, 1862; Mate, 8 May, 1862; Acting Ensign, 31 August, 1863; honorably 
discharged, 6 November, 1865. 

cM&te, 10 December, 1862; Acting Ensign, 21 August, 1863; resigned, 30 May, 1864. 

''Mate 27 May, 1864; Acting Ensign, 3 December, 1864; honorably discharged, 7 October, 1868. 

e Acting Ensign, 28 August, 1863; honorably discharged, 1 June, 1865. 

/Mate 19 November, 1861; Acting Ensign, 27 November, 1863; honorably discharged, 11 January, 1866. 

9 Acting Ensign, 21 June, 1864; honorably discharged, 19 October, 1868. 

h Mate 28 July, 1862; honorably discharged, 23 November, 1868. 

iMate' 9 May, 1892; Acting Ensign, 9 May, 1864; honorably discharged, 5 January, 1868. 



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RETIBED LIST. 



List of officers of the Navy retired in conformity with thefoUovring laws^ viz: 

F. Retired with rank of next higher grade to that held on actiye list: act of March 8, 1899, sec. 11. 

G. Retired for incapacity resulting from incident of service: act of August 3, 1861, sec. 2S, and act of April 1, 1882. 
H. Transferred from Volunteer Service to retired list: act of February 16, 1879. 

I. Retired for incapacity for further service at sea: act of February 21, 1861. 

K. Retired as not recommended for promotion—physical disabilitv— ^act of April 24, 1864, sec. 4. 

L. Retired in conformity with act of February 28, 1856, and amendments. 

M. Retired for disability not incident of service: act of August 3, 1861, sec. 23. 

N. Transferred from Volunteer Service and retired: act of March 3, 1871. 

O. Recommended for retirement by Rear Admirals' Board: act of March 3, 1899, sec. 9. 

P. Appointed in accordance with an act of Congress approved March 20, 1902. 

REAR-ADMIRALS (8). 



Name. 



Present residence or duty. 





?.i 




. 




&2> 


.2 


Retired. 


^ t5 


^ 




^ boS 


S 




|aa 


1 






Ys. 


Ms. 


21 Nov. 99 


G,F. 


14 


3 


28 Dec. 99 


G,F. 


17 


6 


13 Apr. 01 
8M:ar. 00 


G,F. 


*18 


8 


G.F. 


16 


6 


21 Nov. 00 


G,F. 


*19 


2 


27 Sept. 01 


G,F. 


19 





17 June 02 


G,F. 


16 


11 


6 Nov. 02 


G,F. 


20 






John Schouler 

Edwin White 

John McGowan 

George Milton Book . . . 
Edward Tra^k Strong . 



I Frank Courtis 

Clifford Hardy West 

Fernando Paaillo Gilmore . 



Annapolis, Md 

Princeton, N. J 

Washington, D. C 

Trt., A. & N. hosp., Hot Springs, Ark 
Albany, N.Y 

Berkeley, Cal 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

New York, N.Y 



CAPTAINS (9). 



Francis Lowry 

Theodore Frederick Kane. 

John Russell Bartlett 

William Bainbridge Hoff.. 
Richard Rush 



Daniel Delehanty 

Seth Mitchell Ackley . 

Walton Goodwin 

8amael Conrad Lemly . 



Burlington, Vt 

San Francisco, Cal 

Duty with General Board. 

Washington, D. C 

do 



Staten Island, N.Y 

Washington, D. C 

do , 

Judge-Advocate-General 



13 Sept. 66 


L. 


9 


9 


20 June 96 


G. 


14 


4 


12 July 97 


G. 


14 


8 


13 Mar. 97 


G. 


12 


7 


7 July 99 


G,F. 


16 


11 


29 June 00 


G,F. 


15 


5 


25 Oct. 01 


G,F. 


20 


5 


27 Dec. 01 


G,F. 


19 


10 


17 June 02 


G. 


11 


5 



COMMANDERS (14). 



Thomas L. Swann 

Smith Woodward Nichols . 

Allan Danvers Brown 

Augustus G. Kellogg 

George Thornton Davis . . . 



Joshua Bishop 

George Robert Durand 

Francis Morgan Barber . . . 
Timothy Augustus Lyons . 
John Jones Brice 



Benjamin Sayre Richards 

Robert Matthew Guy Brown . . . 
James Douglass Jerrold Kelley. 
Robert Thompson Jasper 



Washington, D. C. 
Dorchester, Mass... 

Northfield, Vt 

Navy-yard, Boston. 
Greenfield, Mass . . . 



Washington, D.C. 

Buffalo, N.Y 

On leave abroad . . 
New York, N. Y . . 
Oakville,Cal 



Washington, D. C 

do 

New YorK, N.Y 

Charlestown, W. Va . 



LIEUTENANT-COMMANDERS (23). 



10 July 77 

14 Apr. 82 
24 June 91 

15 Dec. 91 
23 Oct. 89 

31 Dec. 96 
21 June 94 
28 Dec. 95 
15 May 97 
1 Feb. 95 

30 Apr. 98 
6 Dec. 94 
1 Apr. 01 

21 Sept. 99 



G. 


8 


G. 


10 


G. 


12 


M. 


14 


G. 


14 


G. 


17 


G. 


♦14 


G. 


13 


G. 


14 


G. 


♦17 


G. 


14 


G. 


13 


G. 


13 


G. 


17 



10 



Antoine Reilhe McNair 

Charles Edmund McKay 

Francis Olmstead Davenport. . 

Frederick Irvin Naile 

Gouvemeur Kemble Haswell . 



George Fowler Morrison . . 
Francis Henry Sheppard . . 
Edward Marshal Stedman 

Socrates Hubbard 

Edward Linzee Amory 



Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

East Orange. N.J 

Detroit, Mien 

Norristown, Pa 

New York, N.Y 



Washington, D. C 

St. Andrews Bay, Fla. 

Apex, Colo 

Englewood, N.J 

Boston, Mass 



26 Oct. 72 
25 June 69 
19 Oct. 70 
18 Jan. 71 
23 Nov. 76 

1 Feb. 60 

27 Apr. 68 
10 Feb. 75 
18 June 88 
29 June 87 



G. 


7 


G. 


6 


G. 


7 


G. 


7 


G. 


7 


M. 


4 


K. 


3 


G. 


4 


G. 


13 


G. 


10 



* Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 



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113 



List of officers of the Navy retired in conformity vrith the following lawSy viz: 

F. Retired with rank of next higher grade to that held on active list: act of March 3, 1899, sec. 11. 

G. Retired for incapacity resulting from incident of service: act of August 3, 1861, sec. 23, and act of April 1, 1882. 
H. Transferred from Volunteer Service to retired list: act of February 15, 1879. 

I. Retired for incapacity for further service at sea: act of February 21, 1801. 

K. Retired as not recommended for promotion— phywcal disability— act of April 24, 1864, sec. 4. 

L. Retired in conformity with act of February 28, 1855, and amendments. 

M. Retired for disability not incident of service: act of August 3, 1861, sec. 23. 

N. Transferred from Volunteer Service and retired: act of March 3, 1871. 

0. Recommended for retirement by Rear Admirals' Board: act of March 3, 1899, sec. 9. 



REARADMIRALS (8). 



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,1 




o . 


St 


1^ 


m 


r«. 


Ms. 


18 


8 


16 


6 


*16 


8 


U 


10 


*16 





16 


4 


19 


11 


15 


2 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



25 Sept. 61 
29 Nov. 61 
8 Mar. 62 

23 Nov. 61 

24 Nov. 62 

c25 8ept.62 
21 Sept. 63 
28 Feb. 63 



Date 
attained 
present 

rank. 



21 Nov. 99 
28 Dec. 99 
13 Apr. 01 
8 Mar. 00 
21 Nov. 00 

27 Sept. 01 

17 June 02 

6 Nov. 02 



Bomin- 



Massachusetts 

Ohio 

Delaware 

Pennsylvania 
Massachusetts 

Ohio 

New York 

Ohio 



Appointed f rom- 



Masaachu.settB. 

Ohio. 

New Jersey. 

Pennsylvania. 

Massachusetts. 

California. 
New York. 
Ohio. 



CAPTAINS (9). 



1 


5 


24 


7 


17 


1 


19 


6 


16 


2 


17 


4 


13 


10 


16 


1 


20 


1 



3 Aug. 31 
27 Sept. 55 
i 28 Nov. 59 
,24 Oct. 60 
I 30 Sept. 63 

a25 Sept. 62 

6 Oct. 62 

26 Feb. 63 

26 June 69 



12 Mar. 67 
19 May 86 

1 July 92 
10 May 95 

7 July 99 



Vermont 1 Vermont. 

District of Columbia New York. 



New York . 
Pennsylvania . 
do 



Rhode Island. 
Pennsylvania. 
Do. 



29 June 00 New York > New York. 

25 Oct. 01 Massachusetts Massachusetts. 

— Dec. 01 1 New York Maine. 

5 June 92 I North Carolina North Carolina. 



COMMANDERS (14). 



s 


1 1 


10 


4 1 


14 


10 1 


13 


11 


10 


6 


16 


2 


*11 


9 


11 


2 


17 


1 


♦11 


3 


17 


7 


13 


11 


15 


1 1 


15 


11 ' 

I 



8 Dec. 56 

27 Sept. 58 

26 Sept. 60 
20 Sept. 60 

20 Sept. 60 

620 Sept. 54 

28 Oct. 61 

27 Dec. 61 
2 Jan. 62 

24 Sept. 59 

22 Oct. 61 

22 July 64 

5 Oct. 64 

21 July 64 



6 Jan. 74 
26 Apr. 76 
22 Jan. 80 
11 July 80 

1 Feb. 83 

25 Aug. 87 

26 Mar. 89 
31 Mar. 89 

4 Aug. 89 
28 May 92 

21 June 96 

27 Apr. 93 
3 Mar. 99 

do.... 



Maryland Maryland. 

Massachusetts Massachu-setts. 

New York New York. 

Ohio Illinois. 

Massachusetts , Massachusetts. 

Missouri Missouri. 



Connecticut . 

Ohio 

Ireland . 
Ohio.... 



Pennsylvania . 
West Virginia . 

New YorK 

do 



Rhode Island. 
Ohio. 

Minnesata. 
Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 
West Virginia. 
At large. 
New York. 



LIEUTENANT-COMMANDERS (22). 



4 


6 


3 


4 


5 


6 


2 


1 


6 


3 


1 


9 


5 


11 


5 


9 


10 


1 


7 


7 



22 Sept. 56 
29 Sept. 57 

26 Sept. 56 

27 Oct. 69 
25 Nov. 69 

5 Nov. 49 
16 Oct. 61 
27 Sept. 61 
21 Dec. 61 

lOct. 62 



25 July 66 

do 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



12 Mar. 67 
26 Mar. 68 

26 Mar. 69 

27 Oct. 79 
22 Jan. 81 



Louisiana 

New York 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania . 
New York 



Pennsylvania . 

Missouri 

Massachusetts . 

New York 

Massachusetts . 



Missouri. 
New York. 
Michigan. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 

Ohio. 
Missouri. 
Massachusetts. 
Missouri. 
At large. 



• Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 

a Paymaster's clerk 2 March, 1862, to 12 July, 1862; sea service, 4 months. 

b Out of the service 3 years and 1 month, 8 February, 1868, 

o Three months and 2 days in Volunteer Army. 



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LIEUTENANT-COMMANDERS— Continued. 



Name. 



Holman Vail 

Isaac Hazlett 

Frederick Augustus Miller . . 

William Henry Webb 

William Pritchard Randall . 



Benjamin Horr Buckingham. 

Arthur Patterson Osborn 

Edward Russell Freeman 

Waldemar d'Arcy Rose 

Robert IngersoU Reid 



John Gibson 

Miles Carpenter Gorgas . 



Present residence or duty. 



Hydrographic Office . 
Washington, D. C... 



.do. 



Navy-yard, League Island f. 
Washington, D. C 



Cornwall, Pa 

Inspector 14th light-house district . 

Long Island, N.Y 

San Francisco, Cal 

Erie, Pa 



Washington, D. C . 
Philadelphia, Pa. . 



Retired. 



4 Dec. 90 
8 Nov. 86 
30 Nov. 85 
26 June 93 

16 Feb. 82 

6 Oct. 98 

8 Dec. 98 

21 Jan. 01 

4 Oct. 01 

17 Dec. 01 

30 June 00 
30 June 01 



fi£ 


(i5 


II.. 




?!«fe 


OQ 


|5a 


1 




r«. 


Ms. 


G. 


16 





G. 


11 


9 


G. 


*14 


3 


G. 


♦16 


4 


G. 


♦10 


10 


G. 


14 


2 


G. 


18 


9 


G. 


16 


2 


G. 


14 


7 


G. 


19 


3 


0. 


12 


6 


0. 


14 


2 



LIEUTENANTS (49). 



Arthur Henry Fletcher . 

William Watts 

John Codman Soley 

William McCarty Little . 
Charles Hollys Judd 



Washington, D. C . 
Morristown, N. Y . 
New York, N.Y... 
Naval War Collei 
Washington, D. 



?^::::::::::::::::::::: 



Big Rapids, Mich . 
Morristown, N. J. . 
Paoli, Pa. 



Douglas Roben 

Frank Turnbull 

Richard Mason Lisle 

Henry Clay Keene Chelsea, Mass 

Jerome Edward Morse j Brooklyn, N. Y 

Charles Pierson Shaw I Alberene P. O., Va. 

John William Hagenman 

William Little 

Frederick William Greenleaf 

James McFadden Grimes 

Hobart Levi Tremain 

Ambrose Barkley Wyckoflf 

Webster Doty 

Andrew Charles McMechan 

James Franklin 



Charles Augustus Bradbury . . 
William Couenhoven Strong . 

Charles Ansyl Clarke 

Harry Muhlenberg Jacoby . . . 
Samuel Lindsey Graham 



Francis Winslow 

Timothy Gardner CoflSn Salter . 

John Downes 

Horace Parker Mcintosh 

Jeremiah Cutler Burnett 



Charles Douglas Galloway . 
Frederic Herbat Lefavor . . . 
Charles Alexander Foster . . 

Downs Lorraine Wilson 

John William Stewart 



Lucien Flynne 

Charles Macklin McCarteney , 

Edward Dorsey Bostick 

Ridgely Hunt 

Nicholas J. L. T. Halpine 

Roswell Hawkes Lamson 

Charles Stedman Ripley 

George Thornton Emmons 

James McCaw Pickrell 

Franklin Swift 



Reading, Pa 

Pittsburg, Pa 

Branch hydro, office, Savannah, Ga . 



Qny( 
,, HI. 



Peoria, 



Monticello, N. Y 

Seattle, Wash 

St. Andrews Bay, Fla 

branch hydro, office, Norfolk, Va 

Branch hydro, ofiice, Baltimore, Md . 



Vergennes, Vt 

Washington, D. C 

San Dieffo, Cal 

Branch hydro, office, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Navy-yard, Mare Island 



Newbem, N. C 

NewYork, N. Y 

Quincy, Mass 

On leave abroad 

Recruiting duty, San Francisco, Cal. J. 



Washington, D. C 

San Rafael, Cal 

Branch hydro, office. New Orleans, La. 

Museum of Hygiene 

Branch hydro, office, Galveston, Tex.. 



Inspection duty. Bureau of Equipment 

Hydrographic office 

Leonardtown, Md 

Branch hydro, office. New York 

Easton, Md 



Portland, Oreg 

Springfield, Mass ... 

Princeton, N. J 

Richmond, Va 

New Bedford, Mass . 



11 Oct. 81 
31 Jan. 83 
24 Feb. 86 
16 May 84 

18 Dec. 85 

26 Oct. 72 
10 July 77 
24 Jan. 83 

20 Mar. 71 
22 July 74 

4 June 83 
3 May 89 
26 June 89 
30 Apr. 84 
22 May 86 

19 May 91 

3 July 93 

28 Feb. 87 

29 Oct. 83 
9 Mar. 80 

4 Sept. 96 

3 July 96 

15 Sept. 97 

16 Nov. 83 
26 Dec. 93 

14 Mar. 89 
26 June 93 
26 Jan. 91 

30 June 92 
9 May 96 

21 Feb. 94 

12 Apr. 98 

22 Apr. 95 

4 Nov. 96 
26 May 98 

24 Jan. 98 
10 Dec. 91 
8 Oct. 98 

15 Sept. 97 
4 Nov. 95 

16 Apr. 95 
22 Apr. 98 
12 Jan. 99 
22 Sept. 02 

IJuly 99 



M. 
G. 
M. 
G. 
G. 

G. 
G. 
G. 

N. 
M. 

G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 

G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 

G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 

G. 
G. 
G. 
M. 
G. 

G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 

G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 

G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 



* Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 

+ Also Naval Recruiting Office, Philadelphia. 

; Also charge branch hydrographic office, San Francisco, Cal. 



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115 



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oB 




o <o 




CD 


r«. 


Mf. 


u 


9 


7 


11 


*6 ; 10 il 


*2 


3 


*6 


11 ' 


17 


1 


til 


2 


10 


3 


10 


11 


8 


11 


12 


8 


10 






Date of 
entry into 
the service. 



28 Sept. 61 
27 Sept. 61 
11 Sept. 61 
19 June 62 
24 July 61 

22 July 65 

31 July 65 

lOct. 73 

6 June 92 

lOct. 72 

9 June 74 
18 Sept. 75 



Date 
attained 
present 

rank. 



16 Oct. 81 
21 Dec. 81 

15 Apr. 82 
3 July 82 
6 Aug. 86 

28 Feb. 96 

11 Oct. 96 

3 Mar. 99 

IJuly 99 

16 Dec. 99 

30 June 00 
5 Jan. 97 



Bom in— 



Indiana 

Ohio 

Maryland 

Indiana 

Massachusetts 

Ohio 

....do 

Mississippi 

New Jersey . . . 
Pennsylvania 

Kentucky .... 
Pennsylvania 



Appointed from — 



Indiana. 

Ohio. 

Maryland. 

Connecticut. 

Massachusetts. 

Ohio. 

Do. 
Mississippi. 
At large. 
Pennsylvania. 

Kentucky. 
At large. 



LIEUTENANTS (49). 



6 


1 


9 


1 


9 


4 


7 


9 


6 


2 


3 


7 


5 


1 


8 


6 


*8 


10 


4 





6 


2 


7 


1 


8 


2 


6 


4 


5 


3 


9 





10 


10 


4 


5 


7 


10 


6 


2 


13 


5 


7 


1 


11 


11 


5 


11 


12 


5 


7 


3 


8 


4 


10 


7 


10 


5 


12 


2 


12 


4 


11 


10 


13 


11 


14 


9 


10 


1 


11 


7 


14 





11 


1 


13 


10 


12 


6 


2 


7 


8 





7 


7 


12 


8 


7 






21 Nov. 61 

10 Apr. 62 
20 Sept. 62 

11 Mar. 63 
23 Sept. 62 



do.... 

20 Sept. 61 
25 Sept. 62 

21 Sept. 61 
11 Oct. 62 



25 Sept. 63 

21 July 63 
29 Sept. 63 
29 July 63 

28 July 63 

26 Sept. 64 

29 Sept. 64 

27 June 64 

24 Feb. 63 

26 Sept. 65 

27 July 65 

22 Sept. 64 
21 July 64 

25 July 66 
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..do.... 

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al7 Dec. 62 
21 Mar. 71 



do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

31 Oct. 71 
26 Dec. 71 



22 July 65 
24 Sept. 66 
22 June 67 

28 June 67 

20 Sept. 67 

22 Sept. 66 

24 July 66 

1 Aug. 66 

&26July 66 

29 Sept. 70 

7 Oct. 70 
22 Sept. 70 
26 Sept. 70 

21 Sept. 70 
9 June 71 

20 Sept. 58 
24 June 75 

8 June 70 
lOct. 74 

9 June 74 



22 Mar. 69 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do. 



27 Sept. 72 

25 Oct. 72 
27 Mar. 73 

6 Jan. 74 
8 Feb. 75 

IMay 75 

14 June 74 
11 July 77 
11 July 80 

26 Nov. 80 

17 May 81 
30 Aug. 81 
11 May 82 
22 Oct. 82 

18 Nov. 82 

25 June 83 
8 July 83 

24 Aug. 83 
IDec. 84 
1 Mar. 87 

6 Mar. 87 

26 Mar. 89 

15 May 89 

7 Jan. 90 

4 July 93 

cl Aug. 62 

5 Nov. 95 
1 Nov. 87 
3 Mar. 99 

29 Apr. 97 



England 

New York 

Massachusetts. . 

New York , 

....do 



Ohio. 

New York. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 
Do. 

Ohio. 

New Mexico. 

Pennsylvania. 

Maine. 

Massachusetts. 

Virginia. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Minnesota. 
Illinois. 

New York South Carolina. 

Illinois Illinois. 



Ohio 

District of Columbia . 

Pennsylvania 

Maine 

Massachusetts 



Virginia 

Pennsylvania . 

Ohio 

Maine 

Ohio 



Wisconsin . 

Ohio 

Maryland . 



Virginia 

New York 

Iowa 

Pennsylvania . 
do 



Italy 

New Hampshire . 
Massachusetts . . . 

Indiana 

do 



Maryland 

Maine 

Ohio 

District of Columbia. 
Ohio 



Alabama 

Pennsylvania . . 
South Carolina . 

Louisiana 

New York 



Iowa 

New York 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Massachusetts . 



o Resigned and reappointed twice in same grade. 

b Midshipman, 25 September, 1862; resigned 20 October, 1864. 

c Resigned 6 July, 1866; reappointed 9 January, 1895. 

•Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 

f One year 3 months and 23 days in Volunteer Army. 

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Wisconsin. 
Nebraska. 
Maryland. 

Vermont. 
Son of officer. 
Iowa. 

Pennsylvania. 
Do. 

Son of officer. 
Naval apprentice. 
At large. 
Indiana. 
Do. 

Maryland. 
Ohio. 

Minnesota. 
At large. 
Indiana. 

Texas. 

Pennsylvania. 
South Carolina. 
Louisiana. 
New York. 

Oregon. 
At large. 

Do. 
Virginia. 
Massachusetts. 



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RETIRED LIST. 
LIEUTENANTS— Continued. 



Name and rank. 



Present residence or duty. 



Retired. 



62 



William Harry Faust Branch hydro, office, Buffalo, N. Y.J. 

George Washington Danforth I Inspection duty, Bu. of S. £ 

Henry Snyder Ritter i Reading, Pa 

WilWd Van Nest Powelson Brooklyn, N. Y 



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23 Sept. 99 
1 June 99 

22 Aug. 00 
3 July 02 



LIEUTENANTS (JUNIOR GRADE) (10). 



Edward Emerson Bradbury Bradford, Mass. . . 

Louis Robert Chester I Philadelphia, Pa. 



Edward Julius Berwind. 
Christopher Leslie Bruns. . 
Alphonso Hamilton Cobb . 



Julius C. Freeman 

Henry Frick Reich 1 

Richard Heddleson Townley 

Houston Eldredge 

Alfred Augustus McKethan. . 



New York, N.Y. 

do 

Asheville,N.C 

Bloomington, 111 

Rockville,Md 

NewYork,N.Y 

Old Point Comfort, Va . 
Fayetteville, N. C 



a20Mar. 71 
a3Mar. 73 

ol4May 76 
15 June 84 
8 Nov. 83 

23 Apr. 84 
6 June 86 

29 June 87 
4 Nov. 95 

23 Sept. 02 



N. 


64 


N. 


62 


G. 


4 


G. 


6 


G. 


9 


G. 


6 


G. 


6 


G. 


5 


G. 


12 


G. 


6 



ENSIGNS (16). 



Charles Paine Welch 

William H. E. Masser 

William Lahy Varnum 

Frank Winship Toppan . . . 
Baine Canithers Dent 

Maurice Lance Read 

James Blake Cahoon 

Walter Gates Richardson. . 
Henry Clay Longnecker . . 
Creighton Churcnill 

Delworth Wilson Beswick 
Ren wick John Hartung. . . 
Ignatius Taylor Cooper . . . 

Thomas Merritt Dick 

Peter Lloyd Pratt 

Frank Blair Case 



Oakland, Cal 

Los Angeles, Cal 

Nautical School Ship Enterprise. 

New York, N.Y 

Wheeling, W.Va 



Hendersonville, N. C 

New Rochelle, N. Y 

Branch hyd. off. , Boston, Mass 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Br. hyd. off., Sault Ste. Marie, Michi 



Los Angeles, Cal . . 
Des Moines, Iowa . 



Camden, Del . 
Raleigh, N.C.. 
Sycamore, 111. 



Office Judge- Advocate General . 



8 Nov. 72 
8 May 76 
20 Nov. 84 
29 June 87 

4 June 90 

14 June 90 
22 June 89 
do.... 

5 Nov. 72 
20 June 96 



do.... 

do.... 

24 Dec. 00 
17 Nov. 00 
21 Nov. 02 

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9 


G. 


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7 




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2 



MEDICAL DIRECTORS (3). 



Eank of Rear-Admiral (2) 

Christopher James Clebome 

Michael Coyle Drennan 

Rank of Captain (1). 

Adolph August Hoehling 



Washington, D. C . 
Easton, Pa 



10 Nov. 99 
24 Oct. 99 



Washington, D. C I 14 June 96 



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G,F. 



G. 



MEDICAL INSPECTORS (7). 



Rank of Commander. 

William Edwin Taylor 

John Crawford Spear 

Archibald Craig Rhoades 

Aaron Shimer Oberly 

Theoron Wool verton 

Franklin Rogers 

Edward Kershner 



Naval station, Honolulu, H. I . 

Norristown, Pa 

New York, N.Y 

Easton, Pa 

Suspension Bridge, N. Y 



On leave abroad . 
New York, N. Y . 



14 Jan. 81 
14 Sept. 88 

'2*4' Jan. "89 
13 Nov. 91 

28 Oct. 01 
2 Apr. 02 



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G. 


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G. 


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G. 


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11 


G. 


14 


9 


G. 


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6 


P. 


17 


7 



♦Appointed an Ensign on Retired List under Act of 3 March, 1901. 
+ Includes service as Midshipman and as Lieutenant during war with Spain. 
I Also charge Naval Recruiting Office, Buffalo, N. Y. 
a Retired as Master; title changed, 3 March, 1883. 

b Includes service Xn Volmit^er I^avy. ^^ ^ ^ r^T ^ 

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28 Sept."82 
7 Sept. 86 

25 May 86 
5 Sept. 89 



Lieuten- 
ant 
(junior 
grade). 



3 Mar. 99 
do.... 

4 June 99 
11 Feb. 01 



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Ohio 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania 
New York 



Appointed from— 



Ohio. 
Missouri. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 



LIEUTENANTS (JUNIOR GRADE) (10). 



bi 


2 


b3 


8 


4 


2 


4 


11 


6 


2 


6 


4 


5 


10 


9 


2 


5 


10 


6 


2 



21JuIy 65 

IJuly 67 

23 Sept. 67 

do.... 

27 Sept. 70 
22 Sept. 66 
9 Oct. 76 
5 Sept. 89 



20 Mar. 71 
3 Mar. 73 

24 Mar. 72 
3 Mar. 83 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

23 Jan. 94 
3 Mar. 99 



Massachusetts. 
Pennsylvania . 

do 

New York 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania . 

Ohio 

New York 

North Carolina 



Massachusetts. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
New York. 
Michigan. 

Illinois. 
Pennsylvania. 
Nebraska. 
At large. 
North Carolina. 



ENSIGNS (16). 



4 





4 


4 


7 





4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


8 


6 


6 


8 


1 


4 


7 


7 


1 


5 


6 


3 


8 


4 





4 


1 


3 


6 


t6 


3 



29 Sept. 64 
22 Sept. 66 

5 June 71 
22 Sept. 73 

6 June 73 

28 Sept. 74 
10 June 74 
22 Sept. 76 

30 July 64 
4 Sept. 83 

26 Sept. 83 
6 Sept. 87 

20 May 90 
6 Sept. 91 

19 May 93 

10 June 73 



Ensign. 


19 Apr. 


69 


14 July 


72 


30 Nov. 


78 


22 May 


81 


26 June 84 1 


do. 




do 




do 




do. 




IJuly 


89 


IJuly 


90 


1 July 93 1 


3 Mar. 


99 


do. 




IJuly 


99 


3 Mar. 


01 



Massachusetts . 
Pennsylvania . 

do 

Massachusetts . 
California 

South Carolina 

Vermont 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania . 
Missouri 

Michigan 

Iowa 

Delaware 

South Carolina 
Illinois 

Michigan 



Mississippi. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Massachusetts. 
At large. 

South Carolina. 

Vermont. 

Massachusetts. 

Pennsylvania. 

Missouri. 

Michigan. 
Iowa. 
Delaware. 
South Carolina. 
Illinois. 

Missouri. 



MEDICAL DIRECTORS (3). 



9 May 61 
15 Apr. 63 



17 5 14 Aug. 61 11 May 



Medical 
director. 



18 Sept. 87 
16 Apr. 99 



Scotland 

Pennsylvania . 



Pennsylvania Pennsylvania. 



Pennsylvania. 
Do. 



MEDICAL INSPECTORS (7). 



10 


3 


u 


11 


10 


2 


13 


8 


10 


6 


15 


6 


12 


8 



3 July 59 

9 May 61 

30 July 61 

do 

17 July 62 

21 Mar. 72 
2 Sept. 61 



Medical 
inspector. 



31 Dec. 76 
6 Oct. 78 

20 Aug. 79 
4 Mar. 84 

19 June 88 

12 Dec. 98 
22 Jan. 91 



Virginia 

Delaware 

New Jersey . . . 
Pennsylvania 
Canada 

Pennsylvania 
Maryland 



Virginia. 
Delaware. 
New Jersey. 
Connecticut. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Maryland. 



oYoeman, 14 February to August, 1862; Paymaster's steward, 5 August, 1862, to 11 August, 1863; Paymaster's clerk. 
19 September to 18 Noyember, 1863, and 6 February to 24 May, 1864; Mate, 20 August, 1864. 
b Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 
<' Mate, 23 December, 1862; Acting Ensign, 31 August, 1863. 



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RETIRED LIST. 
SURGEONS (18). 



Name and rank. 



Present residence or duty. 



Retired. 



5: £ • 

III 



. Rank qf Lieutenant- Ommander (S). 

Thomas Hiland ' Grafton, Mass 

Edward Duggan Payne Towanda, Pa 

Andrew Moses Moore , Recruiting duty, Chicago, 111. 

John Walton Roes Museum of Hygiene 

Henry Clay Eckstein Philadelphia, Pa 

Alexander Fitzhugh Magruder 

Lloyd Byron Baldwin 

William Henrv Rush 



Rank of Lieutenant (10). 



Henry Stewart 

James Henry Gaines . 



Howard Smith 

Homer Lycurgus Law. . 

William Martin 

Daniel Maria Guiteraa . 
Arthur Grattan Cabell . 



Thomas Canby Craig . . . 

John Walter Baker 

John Francis Brancard. 



Washington, D. C . 

Louisvifle, Ky 

Philadelphia, Pa. . 



Canemdaigua, N. Y . 
On leave abroad 



Cocoa, Fla 

Recruiting duty, Boston, Mass . 

On leave abroad 

New York, N.Y 

Richmond, Va 



Brookl)rn, N. Y 

Recruiting duty, Boston, 
Bonair, Va 



13 Mar. 83 

13 Apr. 76 

14 Aug. 93 
11 May 94 
10 May 93 

14 Nov. 96 
18 Sept. 99 
31 Oct. 00 



10 Apr. 84 
18 Mar. 91 

10 Nov. 90 
17 Dec. 86 
25 Dec. 93 
13 Oct. 96 
8 Oct. 98 

22 Mar. 97 

5 Nov. 97 

6 Feb. 01 



PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEONS (9). 



Rank of Lieutenant (5). 

Tallejrrand Desaix Myers 

Charles K. Yancey 

Arthur Cowton Heff enger 

George Coote Lippincott 

Robert Sylvester Blakeman 

Rank of Lieuienant {junior grade) (4). 

Samuel Westray Battle 

Lewis Hiram Stone 

Richard Godfrey Brodrick 

Edward Vanderpoel Armstrong 



Navy-yard, League Island 

Culpeper, Va 

Portsmouth, N. H 

Salem, N.J 

Gordonsville, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Washington, D. C 

Leave abroad 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y 



7 Dec. 82 
21 May 80 
20 Oct. 90 
17 Dec. 86 

7 Oct. 02 



23 Apr. 84 

10 Feb. 98 

11 Nov. 99 
27 Sept. 02 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS (8). 



Rank of Lieutenant {junior grade) {6) 

Samuel Day Flagg 

Almond O. Leavitt 

William Mavel Nickerson 

Jeremiah John Page 

Thomas McCormick Lippitt || 

William Howard Ulsh 

Rank of Ensign (2). 

Charles Philip Henry 

Henry La Motte 



New York, N.Y 

Concord, N. H 

Denver, Colo 

Pomona, Cal 

Naval hospital. New York, N. Y 

Selins Grove, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Salt Lake City, Utah 



20 June 64 

24 June 62 
16 Mar. 74 
30 June 79 

25 Sept. 02 

23 Dec. 02 



20 Dec. 89 
15 Sept. 97 



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G. 


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11 


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10 


G. 


3 


3 


G. 


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4 


G. 


2 


3 



* Appointed a Surgeon and placed on retired list, act of 5 February, 1901. 

t Includes service during war with Spain. 

II Advanced for eminent and conspicuous conduct in battle in the defense of the legations in Pekin, July 3, 1900. 

a Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 

§ Also duty Naval Museum of Hygiene and Medical School, Washington, D. C. 



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SURGEONS (18). 



119 



QQ 



r«. 

8 

3 

10 

12 

5 al2 



4 

7 
4 
4 
4 

4 
11 
10 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



22 Nov. 61 

20 Sept. 61 
19 Apr. 69 

2 Mar. 70 
6 24 Dec. 62 

21 Apr. 71 
IMay 75 

13 Feb. 77 



22 Oct. 68 
20 Dec. 73 

13 July 71 
9 July 70 

c 14 Apr. 82 
3 June 79 

14 Feb. 76 

9 July 81 

6 July 82 

26 June 72 



Suigeon. 



7 June 69 
14 Nov. 71 

lApr. 81 
17 Aug. 81 
14 Mar. 83 

8 Jan. 85 
22 Sept. 91 
30 Nov. 94 



6 Oct. 78 

10 July 83 

11 Dec. 83 
22 Aug. 84 

lOct. 90 
28 May 95 
15 June 95 

14 Oct. 96 
21 Jan. 97 
db Feb. 01 



Bom in- 



New Hampshire 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

....do 

Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia 

Pennsylvania 

do 

Louisiana 

Virginia 

Ohio 

Connecticut 

Louisiana 

Cuba 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

Virginia 



Appointed from— 



New Hampshire. 

Pennsylvania. 

Tennessee. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 

District of Columbia. 
Pennsylvania. 
Do. 



Louisiana. 
Maryland. 

North Carolina. 

Pennsylvania. 

Louisiana. 

Pennsylvania. 

Virginia. 

Pennsylvania. 
Massachusetts. 
Virginia. 



PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEONS (9). 



4 


4 


3 





8 


2 


6 


8 


2 


1 


6 


2 


2 


5 


1 


6 


1 


6 



27 Sept. 


70 


IMay 


71 


19 Mar. 


75 


28 Sept. 75 1 


27 May 


96 


lOct. 


75 


19 June 90 I 


2 Aug. 


93 


5 Apr. 


98 



Passed as- 
sistant 
surgeon. 



16 Oct. 75 
12 June 76 

3 June 78 

17 Dec. 78 
27 May 99 



20 May 79 
19 June 94 
2 Aug. 96 
5 Apr. 01 



Maryland 

Virginia 

Maryland 

New Jersey 

Connecticut . ... 

North Carolina 

Kansas 

California 

New York 



Pennsylvania. 
Virginia. 

New Jersey. 
Connecticut. 



North Carolina. 
Connecticut. 
California. 
New York. 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS (8). 






3 





1 


3 


3 


aO 


6 


1 


10 





5 





11 


2 






30 July 61 
do 

2 Mar. 67 
14 Feb. 74 
27 June 98 

el2 May 98 



18 May 86 
27 Jan. 92 



New York 

do 

Delaware 

Maine 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 
Ohio 



New York. 
New Hampshire. 
Delaware. 
Maine. 
Virginia. 

Pennsylvania. 



Pennsylvania. 
New York. 



a Includes service in volunteer Navy. 

b Resigned 31 January, 1866; reappointed Assistant Surgeon 28 September, 1870. 

c Acting Assistant Surgeon 10 January, 1874; honorably discharged 30 June, 1879. 

d Assistant Surgeon, 26 June, 1872; Passed Assistant Surgeon, 20 December, 1875. Surgeon, 16 June, 1885, resigned, 
4 May, 1890; appointed Assistant Surgeon for temporary service, 4 May, 1898; promoted to Passed Assistant Surgeon, 
21 September, 1898; honorably discharged, 23 March, 1899. 

e Date of entry as Assistant Surgeon for temporary service; appointed in regular service 7 June, 1900. 



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PAY DIRECrrORS (2). 



Name and rank. 



Present residence. 



Retired. 






Rank qf Rear- Admiral (1). 

Thomas Thompson Caswell 

Rank of Captain (/). 
Luther Guiteau Billings 



j Annapolis, Md . 
Clifton, N.Y... 



PAY INSPECTORS (4). 



5 June 99 



14 Mar. 



G.F. 



I 



Rank qf Commander. 

Charles Webb Slamm 

James Hoy 

Francis Henry Swan 

Josiah Rumble Stanton 



Summit, N.J 

Washington, D. C . 

Boston, Mass 

San Francisco, Cal 



22 Apr. 99 


G.F. 


al5 


7 


18 Jan. 92 


G. 


11 


5 


15 July 86 


G. 


as 


9 


8 Sept.02 


G. 


16 


5 



PAYMASTERS (9). 



Rank qf LieiUenant- Commander. 

George Augustus Sawyer 

Robert Burton Rodney 

John Furey 

Edward Norman Whitehouse 

John Randolph Carmody 

John Franksford Tarbell 

Henry Clay Machette 

George Henry Read 

Jonathan Qulncy Barton 



New York, n: Y . 
Washington, D. C 
Brooklyn, N. Y . . 
On leave abroad . 
Washington, D. C 

Readville, Mass.. 
Washington, D. C 
Sheffield, Mass... 
Washington, D. C 



29 June 69 


G. 


8 Sept. 


71 


M. 


10 Sept. 
4 Feb. 


95 


G. 


98 


G. 


9 Apr. 


89 


G. 


18 Feb. 


92 


G. 


13 Aug. 


96 


G. 


20 Mar. 


98 


G. 


14 Aug. 


93 


G. 



PASSED ASSISTANT PAYMASTER (1). 



Rarik of Lieutenant. 
Francis James Painter , 



Westchester, Pa. 



18 May 69 K. a4 7 



ASSISTANT PAYMASTER (1). 



Rank of Lieutenant (Junior grade). 
Nicholas Henry Stavey 



New Rochelle, N.Y. 



a Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 



1 Sept. 76 



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PAY DIRECTORS (2). 



121 





o o> 


Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 


Pay 
director. 


Bom In— 


Appointed from— 




22 
16 


Jfs. 

7 

9 


9 Sept. 61 
24 Oct. 62 


25 Dec. 92 
9 Jan. 95 


Rhode Island, r 


Rhode Island. 




New York 


New York. 









PAY INSPECTORS (4). 



ol2 


6 


11 


5 


a9 


4 


13 


1 



4 Nov. 62 
11 Oct. 61 
9 Dec. 61 
25 Mar. 70 



Pay 
inspector. 



15 Mar. 98 
28 May 82 
5 Feb. 86 
20 Jan. 00 



New York 

New Jersey . . . 
Massachusetts 
New York 



New York. 

Do. 
Massachusetts. 
New York. 



PAYMASTERS (9). 



1 


1 


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2 


al4 


3 


8 


7 


al2 


6 


alO 


4 


alO 


8 


14 


10 


aS 


11 



24 Aug. 61 
26 Oct. 62 

6 Oct. 63 
24 Dec. 62 

2 Aug. 64 

28 Jan. 62 
6 16 Apr. 64 
c 14 Jan. 65 
30 Jan. 64 



Pajrmas- 
ter. 



17 Sept. 63 

30 June 69 
24 Oct. 71 
12 Apr. 77 
22 Oct. 78 

3 Apr. 79 
16 June 81 

31 Aug. 81 
29 May 82 



Vermont . . 
Delaware.. 
New York . 

do 

do 



Massachusetts . 
Pennsylvania . 

do 

Maine 



Vermont. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Illinois. 
New York. 

Massachusetts. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
Maine. 



PASSED ASSISTANT PAYMASTER (1). 



aO 



17 Feb. 63 



Passed as- 
sistant 
pasmas- 
ter. 



23 July 66 



Pennsylvania . 



Pennsylvania. 



ASSISTANT PAYMASTER (!)• 



4 Dec. 



New York . 



New York. 



b Paymaster's Clerk, 1 October, 1863; sea service 6 months, 
o Captain's Clerk, 14 October, 1861; sea service 8 months. 



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BETIRED LIST. 
CHIEF ENGINEERS (20). 



Name and rank. 



Present residence. 



Retired. 



S2 

> <o . 

o »^-^ 

m 



Rank of Oapiain (f ). 



AugustuB Henry Able 

Charles Jenkins MacConnell . 



Rank qf Commander {8) . 



Henry Wlnslow Fitch 

Frederick George McKean . 
Isaac Ruby McNary 



John Livingston Diuwiddie Borthwick . 

Absalom Kirby 

George Edward Tower 

Albert Corcon Engard 



j Rank of Lieutenant- Commander (9). 
10 Henry Mason 



Edward Biddle Latch 

George Washington Sensncr . 

George William Ma^ee 

Burdett Chase Gowing 

David Phillips Jones 



Edward Augustus Magee. 

Jefferson Brown 

Herschel Main 



Rank of Lieutenant {2) . 



Robert Ware Gait 

William Beatty Dunning. 



Philadelphia, Pa . 
Brooklyn, N.Y... 



Washington, D.C 

do 

New York, N.Y... 

On leave abroad . . 
Washington, D.C . 

do 

Philadelphia, Pa.. 



Plymouth, P. O., Conn 



Merlon, Pa 

Washington, D. C . 
Brooklyn, N.Y.... 
TuUy, Onondago County, N. Y . 



Brooklyn, N.Y-... 
do 

Washington^ D. C , 



Trt., A. & N. hoap., Hot Springs, Ark. . 
Oakland, Cal 



27 Feb. 99 
l^Jan. 99 



29 Sept. 94 
9 Nov. 93 
11 Sept. 94 

13 Oct. 96 

15 Feb. 98 

25 Feb. 97 

23 Feb. 99 



16 Oct. 68 

22 Nov. 78 

25 Jan. 86 

26 June 93 
28 Jan. 95 



Louuiana Purchase Exposition 21 June 92 



4 Nov. 95 
2 Aug. 92 
10 Sept. 95 



19 Nov. 
29 Oct. 



98 



PASSED ASSISTANT ENGINEERS (32). 



Rank of Lieutenant {S5). 



Caleb Ely Lee 

John David Toppin 

Rezeau Brown Plotts 

Alexander Varennes Fraser. 
Charles Howe Greenleaf 



Benjamin Kavanaugh 

Rudolph Thomas Bennett. 

Edwin Tyson Phillippi 

John John Bissett 

Henry Clay Blye 



John Pemberton 

Levi Tracy Safford 

James William Holihan 

Jonathan Manly Emanuel . 
John Christian Kafer 



Charles Henry Manning 

William Augustus Harold Allen . 

David Matthey Fulmer 

William Lamdin Bailie 

Charles Francis Nagle 



John Albert Tobin 

John Theirson Smith . . . 
Robert Darious Taylor . 
Robert Crawford 



Rank of Lieutenant (junior grade) {8). 



25 Carlton Andrew Uber . 



Evansville, Wis 

On leave abroad 

Worthington, Minn . 

Brooklyn,N.Y 

Chelmsford, Mass . . . 

Washington, D. C 

Baltimore, Md 

Dickerson, Md 

Paterson.N.J 

NewYork,N.Y 

East Orange, N. J — 

Vestal.N.Y 

St. Helena, Cal 

Philadelphia, Pa 

NewYork,N.Y 

Manchester, N. H . . . 

S warthmore, Pa 

Trappe, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Brooklyn, N.Y 



East Providence, R. I 

Washington, D. C 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Inspection duty (Bureau S. E.) . 



Virginia Beach, Va 

* Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 







Ys. 


2 Dec. 76 


G. 


8 


11 May 67 


G. 


3 


16 Jan. 66 


G. 


3 


24 Mar. 74 


G. 


6 


18 July 85 


G. 


15 


3 Apr. 66 
21M^y 80 


M. 


2 


G. 


12 


21 June 84 


G. 


10 


21 Oct. 82 


G. 


11 


28 Oct. 74 


G. 


6 


14 Sept. 91 


G. 


12 


11 Oct. 81 


M. 


10 


31 Oct. 79 


G. 


7 


8 Apr. 91 


G. 


15 


18 June 88 


G. 


10 


14 June 84 


G. 


9 


14 June 90 


G. 


12 


26 Apr. 84 


G. 


10 


30 June 85 


G. 


14 


26 July 92 


G. 


16 


20 Oct. 90 


G. 


10 


24 Feb. 75 


G. 


*9 


23 Apr. 92 


G. 


15 


30 June 92 


G. 


13 


27 Mar. 67 


G. 


1 



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123 



2^ 

OS 
QQ 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



Chief 
Engineer. 



Bom in- 



Appointed from— 



3 

4 
5 
14 
7 
15 14 

11 

7 

12 



21 Feb. 61 
29 Oct. 61 



3 May 59 
21 Feb. 61 
13 May 61 

8 Oct. 61 
3 Oct. 61 
17 Jan. 62 
17 Mar, 63 



23 Mar. 48 

20 Sept. 58 
22 Oct. 60 

4 Apr. 61 

21 Sept. 61 
25 Mar. 62 

27 June 62 
17 Dec. 62 
10 Oct. 66 



12 Oct. 71 
lOct. 73 



20 Nov. 74 
2 Dec. 85 



4 Mar. 71 
26 Nov. 77 
14 Dec. 78 

7 Sept. 85 

2 Dec. 86 
30 June 87 

3 Oct. 92 



621 May 63 

21 Mar. 70 
17 June 74 
11 June 76 
15 Feb. 86 
9 Jan. 89 

28 Feb. 89 
19 Nov. 90 
11 Nov. 92 



26 Dec. 94 
29 July 97 



Pennsylvania 

do 

Massachusetts 

East Indies 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Maine , 

Pennsylvania , 

Maryland 

New York , 

do 

do 

New York 

do , 

Illinois 

Virginia 

New York , 



Pennsylvania. 
New Jersey. 



Massachusetts. 
Maryland. 
New York. 

Pennsylvania. 
District of Columbia. 
Ohio. 
Pennsylvania. 



Connecticut. 

Pennsylvania. 
Maryland. 
New York. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 

New York. 

Do. 
District of Columbia. 



Virginia. 
New York. 



PASSED ASSISTANT ENGINEERS (32). 



2 


8 


1 





4 


5 


3 


10 


6 


5 








1 


8 


7 


4 


1 


6 


1 


5 


13 


3 


4 


7 


6 


6 


6 


6 


11 


3 


9 


2 


10 


6 


5 


3 


4 


7 


3 


9 


7 


4 


♦0 


9 


8 


4 


9 U|j 


61 


1 
11 o 



4 Apr. 61 
1 July 61 

do.... 

21 Sept. 61 
3 Oct. 61 

8 May 59 
25 Mar. 62 

20 May 62 
80 July 62 
17 Nov. 62 

8 Dec. 62 

do.... 

do.... 

25 Aug. 62 
16 Jan. 68 

19 Feb. 63 

21 Apr. 63 

16 Jan.* 63* 

3 Aug. 63 

4 Oct. 70 
12 Mar. 63 
21 Apr. 63 
23 June 63 



Passed as- 
sistant 
engineer. 



1 Mar. 64 
24 July 67 

do.... 

24 Feb. 74 
.....do.... 



24 July 67 
24 Feb. 74 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



....do. 

do. 

do. 

.....do. 
....do. 



....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
5 Apr. 74 



2 Oct. 77 
17 June 70 
24 Feb. 74 
do.... 



Pennsylvania . 

New York 

New Jersey 

New York 

.....do 



District of Columbia. 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 



New York . . 

....do 

Ireland 

England 

New Jersey. 



Maryland 

New York 

Pennsylvania . 

Maryland 

Ireland 



Rhode Island.. 
Pennsylvania . 

Maryland 

Scotland 



New York. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 

Do. 

District of Columbia. 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 
New Jersey. 
Pennsylvania. 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Pennsylvania. 
New Jersey. 

Maryland. 
Pennsylvemia. 

Do. 
Maryland. 
New York. 

Massachusetts. 
District of Columbia 
Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 



11 |]al7Mar. 63 28 Mar. 72 Maryland ' Maryland. 



a Three months and eight days in Volunteer Army. 
^Out of service from 14 November, 1863, to 31 May, 1861. 



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PASSED ASSISTANT ENGINEERS— Continued (32). 



Name and ran^. 



Present residence or duty. 



Retired. 



il 






30 



John Wesley Saville 

Lucius Winslow Wooster 
William Richard King . . 

Joseph R. Wilmer 

Willis Bonnell Day 

Andrew McAllister 

Walter Safford Burke 



Baltimore, Md 

Los Angeles, Cal 

Baltimore, Md 

Annapolis, Md 

Navy-Yard,N.Y 

Inspection duty (Bu. S. E. and Ord.) . . . 
Cambridge, Mass 



IFeb. 71 

29 June 87 
18 Mar. 91 

4 Apr. 92 
2 May 98 

14 Nov. 98 

30 Apr. 97 



ASSISTANT ENGINEERS (29). 



10 



16 



20 



25 



Rank of Lieutenant (Junior grade) (f5). 



Henry Dawson Sellman 

Alexander Hamilton Price. 

Howard Downing Potts 

Joseph Story Greene 

Daniel Asa Sawyer 



George Washington Beard . 
James Willson Patterson . . . 

John Joseph Ryan 

Julius Adam Kaiser 

James Gittings Littig 



William George McEwan . 

William Henry Piatt 

Jabez Burchard 

Henry Eckford Rhoades.. 
George Charles Drinen 



Edward Francis McElmell 

Michael Henry Plunkett 

Charles Waterman Livermore. 

Henry Carson Baughman 

John Augustus Henderson 



Wilmer Olin Chrisman. 

John David Sloane 

Joseph Learned Wood. . 



Rank of Ensign ( 6 ) . 



Benjamin Howard Warren. 
William Stuart Smith 



Robert Stewart, ir. . . 
William Henry Paul 



Robert Emmet Carney . 
George Hugh Shepard. . 



Creighton . 



Baltimore, Md 

....do 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Watertown, N. Y . 
Carlisle, Pa 



Baltimore, Md 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chicago. Ill 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Staunton, Va 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

— do 

....do 

New York, N.Y . 
Brooklyn, N.Y... 



Philadelphia, Pa., 

Baltimore, Md 

Pasadena, Cal 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
State CoDege, Pa., 



New York, N.Y 

St. Paul, Minn 

Charlottesville, Va. 



Stamford, Conn. 
Seattle, Wash . . . 



Brooklyn, N.Y 

New Orleans, La 

Office Naval Intelligence . 
Ithaca, N.Y 



17 Nov. 71 
26 Oct. 72 
26 Oct. 74 
24 May 67 
22 Jan. 66 

1 Feb. 66 

21 Oct. 69 

28 Oct. 74 
8 July 73 

14 July 74 

24 May 75 
3 Nov. 77 
26 001. 74 
30 Dec. 74 

19 Oct. 75 

1 Nov. 78 

22 June 74 
16 Nov. 82 
16 July 86 

20 Nov. 84 

29 June 87 

30 June 86 
11 Nov. 93 



11 June 78 
31 Oct. 90 

17 June 90 

26 July 92 

31 Dec. 96 

8 Jan. 98 



G. 


7 


G. 


.;6" 


M. 


9 


G. 


3 


G. 


2 


G. 


1 


G. 


5 


G. 


7 


G. 


6 


G. 


6 


G. 





G. 


*9 


M. 


*5 


M. 


*5 


G. 





G. 


6 


G. 


4 


G. 


4 


G. 


6 


M. 


X 


G. 


5 


G. 


5 


G. 


8 


M. 


1 


G. 


4 


G. 


3 


Gr 


6 


G. 


5 


G. 


5 



♦ Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 



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PASSED ASSISTANT ENGINEERS— Continued. 



125 



4 



Y8. 


8 
5 
6 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



28 Oct. 62 
lOct. 71 
lOct. 72 
lOct. 74 

13 Sept. 77 



do.... 

17 May 83 



Passed as- 
sistant 
engineer. 



19 June 84 
1 Nov. 79 
17 Mar. 87 
10 Jan. 91 
29 Jan. 95 

9 May 95 
5 June 96 



Bom in— 



Maryland . 
New Jersey 
Maryland . 

Ohio...'.".".' 

New York . 
....do 



Appointed from— 



Maryland. 
New Jersey. 
Maryland. 

Ohio. * 

New York. 
Illinois. 



ASSISTANT ENGINEERS (29). 




2 







1 

2 
2 

10 
*0 
*1 
*0 




1 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 
7 



4 I 
7 7 
6 10 
4 11 



19 July 


61 


8 Oct. 


61 


16 Nov. 


61 


28 Feb. 


62 


6 Oct. 


62 


25 Mar. 


62 


21 Apr. 
20 May 


63 


63 


8 Sept. 63 1 


3 Aug. 


63 


24 Dec. 


63 


ft24Mar. 


65 


14 Mar. 


65 


11 Feb. 


65 


IMar. 


71 


7 Nov. 


71 


21 July 


58 


14 Sept. 


■7'6' 


lOct. 


71 


13 Sept. 


77 


do 




lOct. 


78 


21 May 


85 


27 Sept. 


87 



Assistant 
engineer. 



24 Feb. -74 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

.....do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

25 July 66 
24 Feb. 74 

.....do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

cdo 

26 Feb. 75 
13 Oct. 75 

3 July 76 

18 May 77 
7 June 71 
1 June 82 



26 Feb. 75 
IJuly 83 



....do.... 
IJuly 84 
IJuly 91 
IJuly 93 



Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

do 

District of Columbia 
Maryland 

Ireland 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Massachusetts 

Pennsylvania 

Ireland 

California 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

do 

Canada 

Virginia 

Massachusetts 

New York 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 

do 



Maryland. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Pennsylvania. 

Maryland. 
Pennsylvania. 

Do. 
District of Columbia. 
Maryland. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Do. 

Pennsylvania. 
Maryland. 
New Hampshire. 
Pennsylvania. 
Do. 

Do. 
New Hampshire. 
Virginia. 



Massachusetts. 
New York. 

Michigan. 
Ohio. 

Wisconsin. 
Do. 



a Five months and one day in the Army. 

b Three months and five days in Volunteer Army. 

o Resigned 9 May, 1865. 



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CHAPLAINS (2). 



Name and rank. 



Bank of Captain. 



James J. Kane 

Oeozge ArtemuB Crawford . 



Present residence or duty. 



On leave abroad . 
....do 



NAVAL CONSTRUCTOR (1). 





P£ 




u 




S53 


.S 


Retired. 




1 






r». 


Ms. 


30 Oct. 96 


G. 


3 


5 


2 Mar. 89 


G. 


6 


8 



Sank qf Captain. 
Thomas Edward Webb 



Port Washington, N. Y . 



18 June 88 G. 



CIVIL ENGINEERS (2). 



Rank of Rear-Admiral. 

Franklin Cogswell Prindle 

Rank cf Lieutenant-CommaTider. 
Thomas Chalmers McColiom 



Bakersfleld, Cal. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



27 Feb. 01 



1 June 97 



G.F. 



CHIEF BOATSWAIN (2). 



Rank vrith, but after. Ensign. 



JohnCostello 

Charles Franklin Pierce. 



New York, N. Y. 
Annapolis, Md . . 



24 May 02 
22 3ept. 02 



G. 
G. 



BOATSWAINS (11). 



John Adlington Brisco . . 

William Jones 

Thomas Savage 

Alexander Mack 

Edwin Cr^Bsey 

John Henry Brown 

Woodward Carter 

William Henry Frary . . . 
Patrick Henry Bums. . . , 
Lee Ramsay Boland 

William Henry Johnson 



Washington, D. C 

South Boston, Mass . . . 

Navy-yard, Boston 

New London, Conn . . . 
Atlanta, Ga 

Baltimore, Md 

Philadelphia, Pa 

San Diego, Cal 

Navy-yard, New York 
Independence 

Navy-yard, New York 





' 




18 June 88 
10 Dec. 83 
8 Nov. 86 
20 Dec. 89 
29 Dec. 94 


G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 


14 
3 
9 
2 
6 


14 June 95 

15 Feb. 97 
10 Dec. 88 

6 June 98 
25 Feb. 02 


G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 


5 
6 
3 
3 
4 


22 Sept. 02 


G. 


1 



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127 





it 

1^ 


Date of 
entry Into 
the service. 


Born In— 


Appointed from— 




Y8. 

8 
4 


Ms. 

7 


a 6 June 68 
10 May 70 


Canada 


New York. 




Maine 


Maine. 









NAVAL CONSTRUCTOR (1). 



Naval con- 
structor. 



22 7 27 Feb. 66 17 June 68 New York 



New York. 



CIVIL ENGINEERS (2). 



t22 July 79 



Vermont . 



6 26 Oct. 81 New Hampshire . 



Pennsylvania. 



Do. 



CHIEF BOATSWAIN (2). 



Previous 

service as 

enlisted 

man. 



D8. 



Date of ' Chief boat- 
warrant, swain. 



7 Nov. 88 
7 May 89 



3 Mar. 99 
7 May 99 



New York 

Massachusetts . 



New York. 
Massachusetts. 



BOATSWAINS (11). 





9 
2 
7 
11 
10 

9 

7 
2 
2 
2 

1 


1 

9 

8 
1 
6 




7 
10 
11 
11 

1 


Previous 

service as 

enlisted 

man. 


Date of 
warrant. 


Massachusetts 

do 

District of Columbia 






Y8. 


Ms. 


Ds. 


24 Mar. 68 

31 July 66 

612 Oct. 71 

6 June 72 

4 Jan. 73 

c26May 77 
dl8Apr. 79 


Massachusetts. 




12 



9 
6 


23 
4 


Do. 
California. 




At sea 


Massachusetts. 


5 








New York 


Florida. 




3 
16 


9 
9 


3 
4 


Rhode Island 


Maryland. 




Pennsylvania 


Pennsylvania. 




New York 


Virginia. 




11 

7 

10 


1 
4 

2 


21 
16 


20 Oct. 94 
3 Aug. 95 

26 Jan. 00 


do 


New York. 


in 


Georgia 


Georgia. 




Maryland 


New York. 











nMate, 8 August, 1861; acting ensign, 28 October, 1862; sea service, 3 years 11 months; shore duty, 1 month. 

'» Mate, 20 April, 1866; discharged, 18 March, 1868; Mate, 10 December, 1869; sea service, 2 years, 8 months; shore 
duty, 2 years, 1 month. 

c Mate, 24 February, 1866. 

d Mate, 12 September, 1862; acting ensign, 25 January, 1864; sea service, 2 years 9 months; shore duty, 2 years 11 
months. 

t Third Assistant Engineer, 3 August, 1861; Second Assistant Engineer, 21 April, 1863, to 11 September, 1866; Civil 
Engineer, 17 April, 1869, to 3X December, 1875. Sea service, 3 years 8 months. 



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BETIRED LIST. 
CHIEF GUNNER (1). 



Name and rank. 



• President residence or duty. 



22 

Retired, o^^ 



Ranks tnth, but <\fler, Lieutenant {junior i 
grade). 

Charles Henry Venable \ Navy-yard, Washington, D. C . 



.... 25 June 01 , G. P. 



GUNNERS (15). 



Richard James Hill 

David Andrew Roe 

Elisha James Beacham 

Thomas Bascom Watkins . 
Georsre Perry Cushman . . 

William Thomas Devlan . . 

Samuel Cross 

Cornelius Cronin 

Carrinston Asbury Young 
John Westfall 

Horace Ridout Yewell 

Henry Jacob Tresselt 

Peter Hanley 

Arthur Solomon Williams. 
Philip Doherty 



Jersey City, N.J 

Washington, D. C 

Apopka, Fla 

Hanover, Mass 

Duxbury , Mass 

Nantucket, Mass 

Navy-yard, Washington, D. C 

Navy -yard. New York 

Washington, D. C , 

Allston, Mass 

Providence, R. I 

Union Iron Works, San Francisco 

Albuquerque, N. Mex 

San Iranclsco, Cal 

Brooklyn, N.Y 



19 Feb. 83 


G. 


15 Mar. 82 


G. 


26 Jan. 93 


G. 


20 May 89 


G. 


22 July 91 


G. 


10 Dec. 83 


G. 


11 June 98 


G. 


16 Aug. 98 


G. 


10 Dec. 83 


G. 


26 July 92 


G. 


21 Feb. 94 


G. 


14 June 95 


G. 


26 Oct. 98 


G. 


29 July 02 


G. 


10 May 02 


G. 



CHIEF CARPENTERS (2). 



Ranks with^ but after, Lieutenant {junior 
grade). 

Joedah Edwin Keen 

Ranks with, but after, Ensign. 

Osgood Harold Hilton 



Navy-yard, Boston 

Union Iron Works, San Francisco . 



17 Nov. 00 



6 Aug. 00 



G.F. 


8 


G. 


6 



CARPENTERS (11). 



John Woodbury Stinson 

David W. Perry 

Thomas McGlone 

Nathan Hannibal Junkins 

Benjamin Edwin Femald 

Arthur Webber Massey 

William Lyman Maples 

Eaen Michael Aloysius Mahony 

Spencer Carpenter Brearley 

Mwin Pickering Kirk ., 

George Hichbom Warlord 



Kittery, Me 

Haddonfield, N.J... 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Kittery, Me 

Sharon, Mass 

New Rochelle, N. Y 
Charlottesville, Va. . 

Chester, Pa 

Constellation 

Toms River, N.J 

Vallejo,Cal 



26 Jan. 76 


G. 


14 Feb. 99 


G. 


6 Apr. 94 


G. 


13 Nov. 96 


G. 


7 Nov. 94 


G. 


20 June 96 


G. 


6 Dec. 95 


G. 


2 Mar. 98 


G. 


2 July 01 


G. 


6 Dec. 02 


G. 


13 Mar. 02 


G. 



* Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 



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129 





It 

1* 


Previous 

sendee as 

enlisted 

mftn. 


Date of 
warrant. 


Chief gun- 
ner. 


Bom in— 


Appointed from— 




Ys, 


M8. 


22 


1 


... 


15 Sept. 71 


3 Mar. 99 


District of Columbia 


Pennsylvania. 











GUNNERS (15). 



7 

9 

14 

13 

13 

*S 
18 
14 
*1 
8 

1 
4 
2 
8 
7 



2 
4 
11 
4 

1 

4 
4 
3 

11 
2 

11 
7 

7 














7 


5 


13 








6 


6 


10 


8 


6 











8 


10 


9 








10 
19 



6 


9 

1 



28 Apr. 60 
9 July 61 

7 Sept. 61 
6 Oct. 61 

18 Dec. 61 

030 July 70 
27 Aug. 72 

620 Nov. 73 
c9Apr. 76 

8 June 86 

23 Aug. 86 
31 Jan. 89 
21 Oct. 89 
25 Jan. 96 
10 Apr. 99 



Maine. . . : 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

New Jersey 

District of Columbia 

Michigan 

District of Columbia 
New York 

Maryland 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

North Carolina 

New York 



I 



District of Columbia. 

Do. 

Do. 
Maryland. 
District of Columbia. 

Pennsylvania. 
District of Columbia. 
Michigan. 

District of Columbia. 
New York. 

Maryland. 
New York. 

Do. 
North Carolina.. 
Connecticut. 



CHIEF CARPENTERS (2). 



14 



9 Mar. 78 



4 5 Feb. 86 ....do 



Chief 
carpenter. 



3 Mar. 99 



Maine . 



.do. 



Massachusetts. 



California. 



CARPENTERS (11). 









8 


11 


10 


U 


10 


2 


12 


5 


4 


4 


8 


10 


11 


5 


6 


4 


6 


7 



10 



15 Apr. 62 
23 June 69 
<fl8May70 
20 Feb. 72 
....do 



19 Aug. 74 
18 Dec. 80 

8 Jan. 81 
27 July 92 

2 Nov. 92 



18 Aug. 94 



Maine 

Pennsylvania . 

New York 

Maine 

do 

Massachusetts 
Connecticut... 
Massachusetts. 

Maine 

Pennsylvania . 

California 



Maine. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York. 
Massachusetts. 
Do. 

New York. 

District of Columbia. 

Massachusetts. 

Maine. 

New Jersej'. 

California. 



* Includes service in Volunteer Navy. 

X Midshipman, September 22, 1864; resignation accepted, March 19, 1866; mate, April 2, 1876; resignation accepted 
August 17, 1867; mate, September 4, 1869. 
a Acting gunner, 19 March, 1863. 
b Mate, 9 July, 1866; sea service, 7 years 4 months. 
c Mate, 14 September, 1866. 
d Acting Carpenter, 12 May, 1866; 11 months' sea service. 

11657—08 9 



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8AILMAKERS (5). 



Name. 



Present residence or duty. 



Betiied. 






Alexander William Stephens 

William Redstone 

Herman Hansen 

Charles E. Tallman 

George Parker Barnes , 



Pikesville, Md 

Naval recruiting rendez., San Fran. . . 

Chicago, 111 

Richmond, Me 

Portsmouth, Va 



10 Dec. 83 
13 Oct. 96 
24 Jan. 89 
29 Oct. 98 

11 Feb. 93 



WARRANT MACHINISTS (2). 



John O' Neil 

Harry Leon Foy. 



Naval recruiting rendez., Boston, Mass. 
San Francisco, Cal 



24 Oct. 01 
lOct. 01 



2 2 
1 11 



PHARMACIST (1). 



Francis Wood . 



Museum of Hygiene 20 Mar. 00 G. 



MATES (7). 



Thomas Wakeham Bonsall . 

Robert Robinson 

Frank Holler 

William Gustavus Smith . . . 
Samuel Gee 

Silas Tilford Citheus Smith 
James Hill 



Glen Olden, Pa 

Newport, R. I 

Island Heights, N. J 

Annapolis, Md 

Anacostia, D. C 

Providence, R. I.... 
Portsmouth, Va 



20 June 96 

15 Apr. 97 

27 Dec. 94 
25 May 97 
10 Sept. 95 

28 Dec. 94 

16 Sept. 97 



G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 

G. 
G. 



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8AILMAKERS (5). 



131 



1^ 



Previous 

wrvice as 

enlisted 

men. 



24 



Date of 
warrant. 



15 Aug. 73 
17 Jan. 76 

do.... 

9 Jan. 77 
20 Feb. 78 



Bom in- 



Maryland 

Newfoundland 

Norway 

Maine 

Virginia 



Appointed from— 



Maryland. 

California. 

Illinois. 

Maine. 

Virginia. 



WARRANT MACHINISTS (2). 



6 July 99 
23 Aug. 99 



Ireland 

Massachusetts. 



Massachusetts. 
California. 



PHARMACIST (1). 



13 7 15 Sept. 98 Scotland 



New York. 



MATES (7). 



20 
30 
27 
30 
21 

18 
25 


3 

1 
5 
5 

1 

8 
10 




















6 


8 


29 


4= 

4. 


3 

6 


12 
26 



a 6 Nov. 69 
23 Dec. 62 
17 Apr. 66 
&50ct. 66 
12 Nov. 69 

28 Dec. 69 
19 Mar. 70 



Pennsylvania 

Louisiana 

Germany 

do 

District of Columbia 

Rhode Island 

Ohio 



Pennsylvania. 
Louisiana. 
New York. 

Do. 
District of Columbia. 

Pennsylvania. 
Do. 



a Mate, 27 April, 1866; honorably discharged 24 December, 1868. 
b Mate, 6 May, 1863; honorably discharged 21 December, 1866. 



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Haired under the first section of the act of April ^1, 1864, as not recommended for promotion, 

LIEUTENANT (1). 





Name and rank. 


Present residence. 


Retired. 


1 
1 




George McCuUy McClure 


YoungMtown, Ohio 


9 Nov. 68 


Vs. 
5 


Ms} 
4 











LIEUTENANT (JUNIOR GRADE) (1). 




PASSED ASSISTANT ENGINEER (1). 



Rank qf lAeuienUmt. 
Benjamin Chase Bampt(m 



Brooklyn, N.Y. 



6 Sept. 73 



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Betired under the first seciion of the act of AprU ^1, 1864^ as not recommended for prornotion, 

LIEUTENANT (1). 



5 . 

is 

OQ 



Y8. 

3 



Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



29 Sept. 69 



Lieuten- 
ant. 



21 Feb. 67 



Bomin«- 



Penngylvania . 



Appointed from— - 



Pennsylvania. 



LIEUTENANT (JUNIOR GRADE) (1). 



Lieuten- 
ant (junior 
grade). 



al2 July 70 



Maine. 



Maine. 



PASSED ASSISTANT ENGINEER (1). 



20 May 67 



assistant 
engineer. 



17 Dec. 62 



New York., 



New York. 



aResigned 15 October, 1870; reappointed S December, 1872. 



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BKTIKED UBT. 



Relied for incompetency or disability proceeding from other causes not mciderU to the service in conformity 
vMh the twenty-third section of the ad of August S, 186 J^. 

LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER (1). 





Name and rank. 


Present residence or duty. 


Retired. 


1 
1 




Charles Wurts Tracy 


Navy- Yard, Boston, Mass 


22 Oct. 78 


Y8. 

10 


Ms. 
11 









LIEUTENANT (1). 



William Qangrwere Hannum. 



Jamaica, Long Island, N. Y. 



23 Oct. 00 15 3 



ENSIGN (1). 



George Edward Hutter Lynchburg, Va 



8 Feb. 82 6 7 



ASSISTANT PAYMASTER (1). 



Sank of Lieutenant {junior grade) . 
Jacob D. Doyle 



Chicago, 111. 



28 Feb. 89 



CHAPLAIN (1). 



Rank of Lieutenant. 
William Elam Edmonson 



Denver, Colo . 



1 Oct. 01 



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135 



ReliredfoT incompetency or disahUity proceeding from other causes not incident to the service in conformity 
with the twenty-third section of the act of August Sj 1861. 

LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER (1). 






Date of 
entry into 
the serv- 
ice. 



27 Oct. 69 



Lieuten- 
ant-Com- 
mander. 



l«July 66 



Bom in— 



Pennsylvania . 



Appointed from— 



Pennsylvania. 



LIEUTENANT (1). 



10 24 Sept. 72 Pennsylvania 



Pensylvania. 















ENSIGN (1). 






3 


7 


21 June 70 


Ensign. 


Virginia . 








17 July 76 


Virginia. 

















ASSISTANT PAYMASTER (1). 






3 


11 


16 June 80 


District of Columbia 


District of Columbia. 









CHAPLAIN (1). 



11 



24 Aug. 94 



North Carolina. 



North Carolina. 



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137 . 



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MARINE COBP8. 



MARINE CORPS. 

MAJOR-GENERAL, COMMANDANT. 



6 

I 



I 


i 


Name. 


Present duty or station. 


Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 


Expira- 
tion of 

last 

cruise or 

tour of 

sea 
service. 




5001 


ChArles Hevwood . . . . 


Headquarters, Washington 


80 Jan. 91 


July 76 











GENERAL STAFF (10). 



George C. Reid, adjutant and inspector, 
with the rank of colonel. 

Charles H. Lauchheimer. assistant adju- 
tant and inspector, with the rank of 
malor. 

Frank L. Denny, quartermaster, with the 
rank of colonel. 

Thomas C. Prince, assistant quartermas- 
ter, with the rank of major. 

Charles L. McCawley, assistant quhrter- 
master, with the rank of major. 

Cyrus S. Radford, assistant quartermaster, 
with the rank of captain. 

William B. Lemly, assistant quartermas- 
ter, with the rank of captain. 

Edwin A. Jonas, assistant quartermaster, 
with the rank of captain. 

Green Clay Goodloe, paymaster, with the 
rank of colonel. 

George Richards, assistant paymaster, with 
the rank of major. 



Headquarters, Washington. 
do 



.do. 



Assistant quartermaster's office, Pliila- 

delphia. 
Quartermaster's office, Washington . . . 



Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 

Headquarters, Washington 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 
Headquarters, Washington 



Assistant paymaster's office, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 



28 May 94 


June 


92 


27 Apr. 99 


Oct. 


91 


27 June 97 


Oct. 


89 


31 Dec. 01 


Feb. 


96 


IJan. 02 


Aug. 


98 


17 Oct. 01 


Mar. 


99 


7 Sept. 01 


Dec. 


02 


6 July 02 


May 


01 


17 Mar. 77 


Dec. 


76 


26 Apr. 01 


Sept. 


00 



COLONELS (5). 



5012 James Forney Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 26 Jan. 02 Apr. 86 



Percival C. Pope . 
Robert L. Meade . 



Henry C. Cochrane 

Francis H. Harrington . 



Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet. 
Marine barracks, New York 



Marine barracks, League Island . 
Marine barracks. Mare Island 



2 Oct. 02 
19 Nov. 00 



6 Mar. 02 
13 Oct. 00 



LIEUTENANT-COLONELS (6). 
[One additional in grade,] 



Mancil C. (Joodrell . . . 

George F. EUiott* 

Allan C. Kelton 

Benjamin R. Russell . 
Otway C. Berryman . . 

William F.Spicer.... 



Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 
Marine barracks, Norfolk ..... 

Marine barracks, Newport 

Marine barracks, Washington. 
Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 

Marine barracks, Portsmouth . 



12 Nov. 00 
1 Oct. 00 
14 Mar. 02 
30 Oct. 00 
17 Oct. 01 

1 Mar. 02 



Aug. 


98 


Mar. 


00 


Sept. 


01 


Dec. 


02 


Oct. 


99 


Dec. 


01 



MAJORS (10). 



Paul St. C. Murphy 

William P. Biddle 

Littleton W. T. WaUerf . 

Randolph Dickins 

Thomas N. Wood 



Harry K.White... 
Lincoln Karmany. 
Henry C. Haines . . 

George Bamett 

Charles A. Doyen . 



Marine barracks, Guam 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . . . 
Recruiting duty, Pennsylvania . 
Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . . . 
Ordered to Cavite, P. I 



Marine barracks, Navv-yard, Wash 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

Special duty, Stafif, Adm. Dewey 

Special duty, Headquarters 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet 



26 Apr. 02 
22 JuneOO 
13 Oct. 02 
22 July 00 

19 Nov. 02 

20 Dec. 02 
26 Apr. 02 
18 Dec. 02 
12 Dec. 02 

2 Oct. 02 



Oct. 


99 


Nov. 


98 


May 


02 


June 


99 


Nov. 


99 


May 


02 


Oct. 


99 


May 


02 


Dec. 


02 


Aug. 


01 



^Additional number in grade. 

t Advanced for war service other than in war with Spain: does not beoome an additional number upon pro- 
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189 



MARINE CORPS. 



MAJOR-GENERAL, COMMANDANT. 





Sea service 
under pres- 
ent com- 
mission. 


BO ^ 

O 


Shore or oth- 
er duty. 


p 


Date of 

entry into 

the 

Marine 

CJorps. 


Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 


Brevet rank. 


Bom in— 


Ap- 
pointed 
from— 




Y8. 


M8. 


r«. 


M8. 


Y8. 


1 


Y8, 


Jf8. 




















8 


7 


35 


^ 








6 Apr. 58 


IJuly 02 


Major, 8 Mar. fl2; It. col. 5 
Aug., 64. 


Me 


N.Y. 



GENERAL STAFF (10). 









9 


1 


29 


5 














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al8 


8 














5 


6 


17 

















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8 


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10 














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3 


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a2 


3 














b2 


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8 


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6 


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10 









2 July 64 
IJuly 83 

16 June 80 

IJuly 84 

27 June 97 

IJuly 92 

8 Apr. 99 

26 May 99 

21 Apr. 69 

IJuly 93 



3 Mar. 99 
....do.... 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



8 Mar. 99 
27 May 99 
13 Jan. 02 

3 Mar. 99 
do.... 



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Ind 

Ohio.... 
Major, 11 June, 1898 Mass. . . . 



Lieut, colonel, 13 July, 1900..., 



Ky.. 
N.C . 
La... 
Ky .. 
Ohio. 



COLONELS (5). 



68 



33 



1 Mar. 61 



25 Nov. 61 
4 June 62 



10 Mar. 63 
8 Dec. 64 



11 July 92 



3 Mar. 99 
do.... 

11 Jan. 00 
15 Aug. 00 



Captain, 24 Apr., 62; major, 
15 Apr., 69; lieut. col., 15 
Mar., 70. 

Captain, 8 Sept., 62 

1st lieut., 8 Sept., 62; briga- 
dier-general, 13 July, 00. 



Pa. 



Mass 

D.C-... 



Pa.... 
D. C. 



LIEUTENANT-COLONELS (6). 
[One additional in grade.] 



9 Mar. 66 

12 Oct. 70 
31 Mar. 69 
16 Oct. 69 
24 Jan. 70 

13 Mar. 72 



3 Mar. 99 
11 Sept. 99 
11 Jan. 00 
31 Jan. 00 
15 Aug. 00 

3 Mar. 01 



Major, 11 June, 98. 



Ohio.... 

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Pa 

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MAJORS (10). 



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616 
611 
,615 
15 

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610 
I 69 
611 
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12 
12 
11 
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al4 
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27 Jan. 73 
19 June 75 
16 June 80 
19 May 76 
IJuly 76 

IJuly 83 

do 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



3 Mar. 99 

do.... 

25 July 99 

3 Mar. 99 
18 June 99 

11 Sept. 99 
11 Jan. 00 
16 Aug. 00 
3 Mar. 01 
31 Jan. 00 



Major, 3 July, 98 . 



Lieut, colonel, 13 July, 00. 



N. Y.... 

Pa 

Va 

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Minn . . . 

Pa 

Kans . . . 

Wis 

N. H.... 



a Includes service in Regular and Volunteer Army, Navy, or Marine Corps. 

6 Includes service in Regular and Volunteer Army, Navy, or Marine Corps; also service under aeneral Order, 
No. 81. 



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MABINE CORPS. 
CAPTAINS (55). 



Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



6088 
6084 
6086 
5086 
6037 

6088 
6089 
6040 
6041 
6042 

6043 

6044 
6046 
6046 
6047 

6048 
6049 
6060 
6061 
6052 

6063 
6054 
6065 
6056 
6057 

5058 

5069 
6060 
6061 
6062 

5063 

5064 
6066 
6066 
6067 

6068 
5069 
5070 
5071 

5072 

5073 
5074 
5075 
5076 
5077 

5078 
5079 
6080 
6081 
6082 

6083 
6084 
6086 
6086 
6087 



FranUln J. Moses 

James £. Mahoney . . . 

Con M.Perkins 

Joseph H. Pendleton . 
John A. Lejeune 



EUK.Cole 

Theodore P. Kane . 

Lewis C. Lucas 

Charles G. Long . . . 
Ben H. Fuller 



Robert McM. Dutton. 
Edward R. Lowndes. 
AlbertusW.CatUn... 
Laurence H. Moses . . 
Wendell C.Neville... 



Thomas C. Treadwell. 

Dion Williams 

Rufus H. Lane 

Albert S. McLemore . . 
John T.Myers* 



WUllamN.McKelvy. 
William C. Dawson . . 

John H. Russell 

Thomas 8. Borden ... 
Theodore H. Low 



LouisJ.Magill. 



Mel viUe J.Shaw.... 
Philip M. Bannon . . 

Newt H.Hall 

SmecOey D, Butler* . 

Henry Leonard* .... 



Henry O.Bisset... 
George C.Thorpe. 
Charles S.Hill.... 
Robert M. Gilson . 



David D.Porter... 
Henry C. Davis . . . 
George C. Reid . . . 
Robert H. Dunlap 



Robert F. Wynne 

Frederic L.Bradmant . 
James C. Breckinridge. . 

Arthur T. Marix 

William H. Parker 



Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

do 

Recruiting duty, California 

Mcurine barracks, Sitka, Alaska . 
Marine barracks, Pensacola 



Marine barracks, Cavlte, P. I 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet. 

Naval War College, Newport 

Marine barracks, Boston 

Ordered to N e w York 



Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I. 
Marine barracks. New York.. 
Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I. 

....do 

....do 



Ordered to Headquarters 

Maine 

Leave of absence 

Iowa 

Navy-yard, Puget Sound 

Ordered to United States 

Judge- Advocate-General's office 

Oregon 

Special duty, North Atlantic Fleet. 
Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 



Kearsarge . 



Marine barracks. Boston 

Itinerant recruiting duty 

Columbia 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet. 



Hdqrs., Wash., a. d. c. to Maj. Gen. 
comdt. 

Marine barracks. Mare Island, Cal 

Olympia 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet 

Recruiting duty, Boston 



Marine barracks, Washington 

Wisconsin 

Marine barracks. League Island 

Marine barracks, navy-yard, Wash- 
ington. 
Henry W. Carpenter Illinois 

Randolph C. Berkeley. 
Arthur J. Matthews . . . 
Charles G. Andresen. . . 

Charles S. Hatch 

Philip S. Brown 

Harry Lee 

JohnF.McGill 

Frederick H. Delano. . . 

Louis M. Gulick 

Hiram I. Bearss 



Marine barracks. Naval Academy . 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

Kentucky 

Marine barracks, Pensacola 

Franklin 



Massachusetts 

Ordered to United States 

New Orleans 

Marine barracks, Washington . 
Leave of absence 



Marine barracks, Washington. 

Ordered to Headquarters 

Alabama 

Marine barracks, Annapolis. . . 
Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 



5 Aug. 00 
13 Apr. 02 

6 Aug. 01 
3 Nov. 99 

22 Nov. 00 

19 Feb. 02 
2 Oct. 02 

2 June 02 
27 June 02 

17 Dec. 02 

18 Feb. 02 
18 Nov. 02 
12 May 02 

22 Aug. 00 
5 Aug. 00 

18 Dec. 02 
29 Dec. 02 

27 Sept. 02 

3 Aug. 01 
15 Dec. 02 

26 Nov. 02 

21 Mar. 99 

23 Sept. 02 
2 Oct. 02 

22 July 00 

23 June 02 

80 Dec. 02 

29 Dec. 02 
lOct. 01 

1 Nov. 02 

4 Sept. 02 

7 Sept. 02 
12 Dec. 02 

2 Oct. 02 
4 Aug. 02 

28 July 02 
4 Feb. 01 

18 Sept. 02 
4 Aug. 02 

31 Dec. 01 

15 Oct. 02 

21 Dec. 99 

30 Aug. 02 

24 Nov. 02 
7 Dec. 02 

20 Nov. 00 
26 Nov. a2 
12 May 02 
26 Dec. 02 
20 Dec. 02 

29 Sept. 02 

22 Dec. 02 
12 Dec. 02 

3 Aug. 02 Dec. 02 
2 May 02 May 00 



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CAPTAINS (55). 



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Sea service 
under pres- 
ent com- 
mission. 


c8 

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1. 




Date of 

entry into 

the 

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Date 
present 
commis- 
sion. 


Brevet rank. 


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pointed 
from— 




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2 

1 



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2 
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5 
4 
10 

7 
6 
9 
5 
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11 
6 

10 

3 
8 
3 
9 
6 

4 
2 
6 

1 
10 

9 

6 
2 
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3 

9 

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8 
4 

11 

6 


1 
1 

9 

9 
6 
10 
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6 
4 

7 
1 
5 


Y8. 
bU 
bl6 
bl6 
bl7 
bib 

612 
610 
611 
69 
611 

68 
69 
69 
68 
67 

610 
69 
68 
68 

610 

68 
610 
68 
68 
67 

67 

66 
65 
66 
62 

62 

64 
63 
61 
61 

61 
62 
61 
61 

63 

61 
61 
61 
61 
61 

61 
61 
60 

61 
61 

60 
60 
63 
63 

62 


Ms. 

2 
11 

2 

9 

4 

1 

9 1 
4 
2 


10 
11 
11 



8 

8 
10 

1 
10 



1 

10 

1 
7 

6 

8 
3 
1 
3 

9 


3 
2 

7 

11 
6 
4 
2 

11 

5 

5 
2 
4 

7 
3 
10 
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4 

10 

10 

11 
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6 

4 
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1 
6 

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5 
3 
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2 
3 

1 
2 

1 

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3 Mar. 99 
do.... 




Ohio.... 
MaM.... 

Ga 

Pa 

La 

N.Y.... 

Md 

Ohio.... 
Mass.... 
Mi('h ... 

Cal 

S. C 

N.Y.... 

Ga 

Va 

D.C 

Ohio.... 
....do... 


S.C. 




Captain, 11 June, 98. . 


Mass. 




IJuly 84 
do 


do.... 




At large. 
Pa. 




do.... 




5 


IJuly 90 
do.... 


do.... 




La. 




... .do\ . 




N. Y 




do.... 


do.... 




At large. 
Ohio. 




1 July 91 
do 


do.... 

do.... 


Captain, 13 June, 98 




Captain, 1 1 June, 98 


Mara. 


10 


do.. 


do. 




Mich 




do.... 


do....l 


Cal 




do.... 


do....l 


Mich. 




1 July 92 
do 


do....: 


Minn. 




do --: 


N. Y. 


15 


do.... 

do.... 


do.... 

do ... . 


Captain, 13 June, 98 


Va. 






Mass. 




IJuly 93 
do 


do 


Ohio. 




do.... 




Do. 




do.... 


do.... 


Captain, 11 June, 98 

Major, 20 July, 00 . . . . 


Tenn ... 
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Pa 

Ky 

Cal 

La 

N. H.... 

Pa 

Minn... 

Md 

Tex .... 
Pa 

D.C .... 

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N. H.... 
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D.C... 
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20 


25 Feb. 95 

1 July 93 
1 July 94 

do.... 

do.... 


do.... 

do.... 

do.... 


Ga. 




Captain, 11 June, 98 


Pa. 






Mo. 




do.... 




At large. 
La. 




do.... 


Istlieut., 3 July,98 


25 


do.... 


do..-. 




Conn. 




IJuly 95 

IJuly 96 
IJuly 97 

do.... 

8 Apr. 99 

do.... 


do.... 

do.... 

do.... 


Ist Ueut., 13 June, 98; captain, 

13 June, 98. 
Istlieut., 11 June, 98 


Pa. 
Minn. 






Md. 




do.... 

23 July 00 

do.... 


Major, 14 Aug. 00 


Tex. 


30 


Captain, 13 July, 00 


Pa. 






D.C. 




15 Feb. 99 
8 Apr. 99 


3 Mar. 99 

23 July 00 

.do... 




Md. 




Captain, 8 Oct. 99 


Minn. 






N H. 


35 


do.... 


do.... 




Vt. 




do.... 

do.... 


do.... 

do.... 


Captain, 8 Oct. 99 


D. C. 






Do. 




do.... 


do.... 




Ohio.... 
D.C .... 

Va 

....do... 


Ohio. 




do.... 


do.... 




D.C. 


40 


13 Apr. 99 
do.... 


do.... 




Va. 




do....' 


Do 




do.... 


do.... 




N.Y.... 
Norway 
D.C .... 
Me 

D.C .... 

Va 

N.H.... 

Italy. . . . 
Ind 

D.C... 
N.J .... 
Tenn . . . 
Kans... 
Md 


R. I. 




13 Apr. 99 c 
13 Apr. 99 
do 


do.... 

do.... 


Captain, 13 July, 00 


N. Y. 






N. H. 


45 


do.... 




Me. 




do.... 


do ... . 




D.C. 




26 May 99 
do 


do . 




Va. 




do.... 




N. Y. 




do... 


do.. 




N. H. 


50 


do.... 


do.... 




Ind. 


do.... 


do.... 




Pa. 




8 Apr. 99 
13 Apr. 99 
do 


do. 




Mass. 




23 July 01 
do 




Ark. 




3 
'I 




111. 


56 


26 May 99 


do.... 




D.C. 




1 


1 





a Includes service in Regular and Volunteer Army, Navy, or Corps; also service under General Orders No. 81. 

6 Includes service in Regular and Volunteer Army, Navy, or Marine Corps. 

cSeven years three months and twenty-seven days' service as enlisted man in Marine Corps. 



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MARINE CORPS. 
FIRST LIEUTENANTS (55). 



o 

I 



Name. 



Present duty or station. 



Date of 
present 
auty or 
leave. 



6088 
6069 
6090 
6091 
6092 

6093 
6094 
6095 
6096 
6097 

6098 
6099 
5100 
5101 
5102 

5108 
5104 
5105 
6106 
5107 

5108 
5109 
6110 
5111 
5112 

5113 
5J14 
6115 
5116 
5117 

5118 
5119 
5120 
5121 
5122 

5123 
5124 
6126 
5126 
5127 

5128 
5129 
5180 
5181 
5132 

5133 
5134 
5135 
5136 
5137 

5138 
5139 
5140 
5141 
5142 



Benjamin F. Rittenhouse . 

Thomas F. Lyons 

George Van Orden 

James T. Bootes 

Ernest E. West 



William G.Powell 

Logan Feland 

William H.Clifford, jr. 

John H.A.Day 

John S.Bates 



James W. Broatch . . 
Benjamin B. Woog . 
William Hopkins... 
Dickinson P. Hall . 



Alexander S. Williams . 

John N.Wright 

Richard G. McCtonnell . 

JuliudS.Turrill 

James McE. Hiiey 



George H. Mather . . 
Henry L. Roosevelt. 

FredM.Eslick 

Jay M. Salladay 

Macker Babb 



Rush R. Wallace, jr 

Samuel A. W. Patterson . 
Herbert J. Hirshinger . . . 

JohnG.Muir' 

Harold C. Reisinger 



Frank E. Evans — 

Harry R. Lay 

Charles B.Taylor... 
John W. Wadleigh . 
William R.Coyle... 



Henry D. F. Long 

William C. Harllee . . . 
Richard S. Hooker . . . 
Norman G. Burton . . . 
Richard P. Williams . 



LeeB.Purcell 

Stephen Elliott* ... 

Thomas A. Mott 

John C. Beaumont . 
Hugh L. Matthews . 



Marine barracks, Washington , 

Ordered to Albany 

Marine barracks, navy-yard, Wash. 

Marine barracks, Norfolk 

Marine barracks. New York 



San Francisco 

Special duty, Annapolis 

Cnicago 

Marine barracks, League Island 

Special duty, North Atlantic Fleet. 



Recruiting duty, Chicago 

Special duty, North Atlantic Fleet. 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

New York . 



Arthur E. Harding Ordered to Marine barracks, Boston . 

William W. Low 

Charles H. Lyman 

Charles C. Carpenter 

Louis M. Little 

Leof M. Harding 

Frederic M. Wise 

Ric hard iTCutts 

Harold C. Snyder 

Wirt McCreary 

Wade L. Jolly 



Marine barracks, New York 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I , 

do 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet. , 
Marine barracks, Culebra, P. R 



Marine barracks, San Juan, P. R . . . 

Marine barracks. Mare Island 

Solace 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet . 
Recruiting duty. New York 



Marine barracks, New York . . 
Marine barracks, Annapolis . . 

Atlanta 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I. 
Marine barracks, Norfolk 



Waiting orders 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 

do 

Boston 

Marine barracks, Guam, L. I . . 



Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . . . 
do 

Marine barracks, Norfolk .' 

Recruiting duty, Pennsylvania . 
Marine barracks, Caviie, P. I . . . 



Ordered to headquarters 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 

Ordered to United States 

Rainbow 

Prairie^ 



Ordered to United States 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

do 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet. , 
Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I , 



Marine barracks, Annapolis. . . 

Marine barracks, Norfolk 

Ordered to headquarters 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 
do 



21 Apr. 02 

22 Dec. 02 
17 Mar. 02 
16 Nov. 02 
25 June 01 

15 Dec. 02 
27 Mar. 02 
12 Dec. 02 
31 July 02 
31 Dec. 02 



....do 

15 Dec. 02 
15 Mar. 02 

19 Dec. 02 
29 Dec. 02 

20 June 02 
9 Mar. 01 
5 Aug. 00 
2 Oct. 02 

29 Nov. 01 

19 Dec. 02 

14 Oct. 02 
do.... 

2 Oct. 02 
31 Dec. 02 

80 June 02 

7 Oct. 02 

15 Apr. 01 
19 Feb. 02 

9 Oct. &z 

31 Dec. 02 
19 Feb. 02 
22 Oct. 02 
27 Aug. 02 
22 Jan. 01 

16 May 01 
16 Jan. 02 

9 Dec. 02 
27 Sept. 02 
19 Fel). 02 

22 Dec. 02 

22 Aug. 00 
26 Nov. 02 

23 Oct. 02 
9 Nov. 01 

26 Nov. 02 
5 Aug. 00 
2 May 02 
2 Oct. 02 

13 Apr. 02 

16 July 02 

8 Oct 01 
22 Dec. 02 
12 May 02 
22 Aug. 00 



* dnbject to examination and confirmation. 



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FIRST LIEUTENANTS (55). 



148 




a Includes service in Regular and Volunteer Army, Navy, or Marine Corps. 

of Includes service in Regular and Volunteer Army, Navy, or Marine ('orps; also service under General Order, 

a Eight years five months and twenty-three days' service as enlisted man in Marine Corps. 



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MABITTE 0OBP8. 
SECOND LIEUTENANTS (57). 



Name. 



Present duty or stati' 'n. 



Date of 
present 
duty or 
leave. 



6143 
5144 
6145 
5146 
5147 

6148 
5149 
5150 
5161 
5162 

5158 
5154 
5155 
5156 
5157 

5158 
5159 
5160 
5161 
5162 

5163 
5164 
5165 
5166 
5167 

5168 
5169 
5170 
5171 
5172 

6173 
5174 
6176 
5176 
6177 

5178 
5179 
5180 
5181 
5182 

5183 
5184 
5185 
5186 
5187 

5188 
5189 
5190 
5191 
5192 

5193 
5194 
5195 
5196 
5197 

5198 
5199 



Charles T. Westoott, jr . 

Sidney W. Brewster 

I*aul £. Chamberlin 

Douglas C. McDougal . . 
Albert N. Brunzell 



Presley M. Rixey, jr 

Theodore E. Backstrom . 

Louis G. Miller 

Daniel W. Blake 

William H. Pritchett. . . . 



Frank C. Lander . . . 
Thomas H. Brown. . 
William G. Fay .... 
Robert Y. Rhea . . . . 
Frank J. Schwable. 



Eli T. Fryer 

Thomas Holcomb, jr . 
JohnP.V. Gridley... 

Rupert C. Dewey 

Edward A. Greene . . . 



Edward B. Man waring. 

William E. Smith 

Thomas M. Clinton 

Hamilton D. South 

Theodore Monell 



Edgar Hayes 

James T. Buttrick'. 

Raymond B. Sullivan . 

Giles Bishop, jr 

Frank Halford 



James K.Tracy 

Ellis B. Miller 

Arthur J. O'Leary . 
Berton W.Sibley 
Frank F. Rob 



Raymond W. Dikeman . 
Harold Colvocoresses . . 

William Brackett 

Chandler Campbell 

William L.Redles 



Fred A. Udell , 

Austin C. Rogers 

Provence McCormick, jr. 
Woodell A. Pickering . . . , 
Franklin S.Wiltse , 



Howard H. Kipp 

John W. McClaskey . . 

Fred A. Ramsey 

Hilary A. Herbert, jr . 
Walter E.Noa 



Thomas C. Turner . . . 
Cleybum McCauley . 



Marine barracks, Culebra, P. R 

Marine barracks, New York 

Marine barracks, Cavlte, P. I 

do 

Special duty, North Atlantic Fleet. 



Marine barracks, Annapolis 

Ordered to United States 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

Marine barracks. League Island . 
Ordered to United States 



.do. 



Special duty, North Atlantic Fleet. 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

do 

do 



Marine barracks, Newport 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet. . 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

Marine barracks, Portsmouth 

Iowa , 



Illinois 

Waiting orders . 

Newark 

Kearsarge 

Massachusetts . . 



Marine barracks, Annapolis 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

Port Jeflferson, Dry Tortugas, Fla . 

Marine barracks, Guam, L. I 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 



Alabama 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 

Oregon 

Texas 

Marine barracks, Boston 



Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 
Marine barracks, New York. . . 
Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I . 

....do 

Wisconsin 



Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet. , 

Marine barracks, Guam, L. I 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

....do 

Special duty. North Atlantic Fleet. , 



Training station, San Francisco 

Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 

Special duty, North Atlantic Fleet 

Ordered to marine barracks, Norfolk. . . 
Marine barracks, Cavite, P. I 



Earl H.Ellis do. 

John A. Hughes do . 

Arthur McAllister 

Alonzo C. Baker 

Harvey C. Egan 



do 

Maine 

Marine barracks, Portsmouth . 



Marine barracks, Newport. 
Marine barracks, Boston . . . 



22 Aug. 02 
31 Dec. 02 

IJuly 02 
22 Aug. 00 

2 Oct. 02 

29 May 02 
26 Nov. 02 

29 Sept. 02 
26 Dec. 01 
26 Nov. 02 

26 Nov. 02 

11 Nov. 02 
2 May 02 

5 Mar. 02 

22 Aug. 00 

6 Aug. 01 

2 Oct. 02 
20 May 01 
24 Nov. 02 
20 June 01 

16 Sept. 01 

30 Dec. 02 
8 Nov. 02 

12 Nov. 02 

7 June 01 

13 May 01 
20 May 01 

6 Apr. 01 
28 Aug. 02 
20 May 01 

14 Nov. 02 
20 May 01 

23 Sept. 02 

3 Nov. 02 
30 Mar. 02 

19 Feb. 02 

27 Jan. 02 

13 Apr. 02 
12 May 02 

12 Apr. 02 

2 Oct. 02 

28 Aug. 02 
27 Mar. ;01 

19 Feb. 02 
2 Oct. 02 

14 June 01 

20 May 01 
2 Oct. 02 

22 Dec. 02 

13 Apr. 02 



do.... 

12 May 02 

do.... 

29 Dec. 02 
29 Sept. 02 

26 Sept. 02 
29 Sept. 02 



a Includes service in Regular and Volunteer Army, Navy, or Marine Corps. 

af Includes service in Regular and Volunteer Army, Navy, or Marine Corps; also service under General Order, 
No. 81. 

& One year eight months and three days* service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 

c Five months and twenty-seven days' service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 

d Five years six months and twenty-four days' service as an enlisted man in the Marine Corps. 

e One year six months and eleven days' service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 



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KARIKE CORPS. 
SECOND LIEUTENANTS (57). 



145 



i 



IS 



B 



Date of 
entry 
into the 
Marine 
Corps. 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



17 Feb. 00 17 Feb. 00 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



do.... 

do.... 

23 Feb. 00 
26 Feb. 00 
2 Mar. 00 



do.... 

do.... 

23 Feb. 00 
26 Feb. 00 
2 Mar. 00 

15 Mar. 00 
19 Mai. 00 
21 Mar. 00 

do.... 

do.... 



do.... 

do.... 

26 Mar. 00 
23 July 00 
do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do. 

do. 

.. ..do. 

do. 

do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do.... 

6 Sept. 11 
11 Sept. 00 

'.'.'.'.Ao '.'.'.'. 



..do.... 
..do.... 
ftllSept. 00 

21 Oct. 00 

22 Oct. 00 

3 Dec. 00 
c5Dec. 00 
d3Dec. 00 

3 Dec. 00 
e6Dec. 01 

/6Dec. 00 
ff6Dec. 00 
A6Dec. 00 
ib Feb. 02 
y27Aug. 02 

fc27Aug. 02 
i27Aug. 02 



15 Mar. 00 
19 Mar. 00 
21 Mar. 00 

do.... 

do.... 



do.... 

do.... 

26 Mar. 00 
23 July 00 
do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do.... 

5 Sept. no 
11 Sept. 00 

'.'.'.'.'.doV.V. 



do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

21 Oct. 00 

22 Oct. 00 

3 Dec. 00 

5 Dec. 00 

do.... 

do.... 

6 Dec. 01 



do..., 

do.... 

do.... 

6 Feb. 02 
27 Aug. 02 



.do. 
.do. 



Brevet rank. 



Bom in — 



Md.... 
Mich.. 

Va 

Cal.... 
Idaho . 

Va 

Miss... 
Ohio... 

La 

Ga 



Mass. 
D. C. 
Md.. 
Ky .. 
Ohio. 



N.J .. 
Del . . . 
Pa.... 
Minn. 
Ga.... 



Wis... 
Conn . 
N. C. 
Pa.... 
N.Y.. 

Ala.., 
R.I... 
N.Y.. 
Conn . 
Ind... 



Pa 

Iowa .. 
Minn.. 

Vt 

Tex . . . 

Mich.. 
N. J... 

Ill 

W. Va. 
N.J... 

Mich .. 
Tex ... 

Va 

Wash . . 
N. Y... 



...do. 
Iowa . 
Oreg.. 
D. C. 

Ill 



Kans . 
N. Y.. 
...do. 
111.... 
Pa.... 



Cal., 
Tex , 



/ One year three months and seventeen days' service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 

One year one month and thirteen days' service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 
h One year one month and one day's service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 

* One year six months and twenty-five days' service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 
J One year nine months and five days' service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 

* One year seven months and nineteen days' service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps. 

1 Two years one month and eleven days' service as an enlisted man in Marine Corps, 



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RETIBED LIST MARINE COBP8. 



RETIRED LIST— MARINE CORPS 



Retired on attaining the age of 64 years j in conformity with the provisions of the act of Congress approved 

June SO, 1882, 

COLONEL (1). 



Name. 



Thomas Y. Field . 



Present residence. 



Wayne, Delaware Ck>unty, Pa . 



Retire- 
ment. 



Ck)lonel. 



17 Aug. 89 



Y». Ms. 

8 I 11 



is ; 



Ms: 

2 I 



Retired on his own application after forty years^ consecutive service, in conformity with section 15, act of 

Congress approved August S, 1861, 

MAJOR (1). 



Augustus S. Nicholson . 



Hamilton, Va. 



Major. 



IMay 94 



Retired on his own application after thirty years^ consecutive sernce, in conformity with section 4, CLct of 

Congress ap^rroved July IS, 1870. 

COLONELS (2). 





Robert W. Huntington 

William S. Muse 


Charlottesville, Va 


Colonel. 




7 
10 


1 

026 
25 


1 




10 Jan. 00 
14 Aug. 00 


12 
al2 




Cambridge, Dorchester County, Md 











LIEUTENANT-COLONELS (3). 



McLane Tilton . 



John H. Higbee . 
Carlile P. Porter. 



Annapolis Md 

Newburgh, N. Y . . 
Washington, D. C. 



Lt.Col. 



IFeb. 97 

1 June 98 
10 Sept. 99 



MAJORS (2). 



Richard S. Collum . 
Richard Wallach. . . 



S. S. and S. Home, Erie, Pa. 
Brooklyn, N. Y 



Major. 



26 June 97 
24 July 99 



all 
12 



026 
17 



CAPTAIN (1). 



Edward P. Meeker . 



Brooklyn, N. Y . 



a Includes service in Volunteer Army or Navy. 



Captain. 



15 Mar. 93 al7 



16 



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147 



RETIRED LIST— MARINE CORPS 



Retired on attaining the age of 64 yearSj in conformity with the provisions of the act of Congress approved 

June SO, 1882, 

COLONEL (1). 



Date of 
entry 
into the 
Marine 
Corps. 



Date of 
present 
commis- 
sion. 



r«. \Ms.' j 

; 1 ,3 Mar. 47 18 Apr. 80 



Brevet 
rank. 



First Lieu- 
tenant. 



13 Sept. 47 



Bom in— 



Pennsylvania. 



Appointed f rom- 



Pennsylvania. 



Retired on his oivn application after forty years^ consecutive service, in conformity with section IS, act of 

Congress approved August S, 1861. 

MAJOR (1). 



16 Mar. 47 



>May 61 



First Lieu- 
tenant. 



13 Sept. 47 



New York. 



New York. 



Retired on his own application after thirty years* consecutive service, in conformity with section 4y oH of 

Cjongress approved July 16, 1870, 

COLONELS (2). 



5 June 61 
18 Mar. 64 



10 Aug. 98 
3 Mar. 99 I 



Connecticut 
Maryland 



Connecticut. 
Maryland. 



LIEUTENANT-COLONELS (3). 



I 



2 Mar. 61 



9 Mar. 61 
20 Dec. 66 



2 Feb. 91 

llJuly 92 

3 Mar. 99 



Captain, 
26 May 63 



Maryland . 



New York 

District of Columbia. 



Maryland. 

New York. 

DLstrict of Columbia. 



MAJORS (2). 



I 

i 



7 Sept. 61 
24 Apr. 69 



26 June 97 
3 Mar. 99 



Indiana 

District of Columbia . 



Indiana. 
Pennsylvania. 















CAPTAIN (1). 












14 June 62 


19 Nov. 77 


Captain, 
14 Jan. 65 


New Jersey 


New Jersey. 









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RETIRED LIST — MARINE CORPS. 



Retired from incapacity remitting from gickneM originaHng in the line of du^y, in conformity vnth sectim 
16 y act of Congress approved August Sy 186 L 

CAPTAINS (8). 



Name. 



Frederick H. Corrle. 



Georsre B. Haycock 

Frank D. Webster 

Archibald 8. Taylor 

Robert D. Walnrlght . . . . 

Ralph E. Walker 

Robert P. Faunt Le Roy . 



Present residence. 



Charles A. StUlman Winchester, Ma^s 



On leave, Europe. 



New York, N. Y 

On leave, Europe 

Newark,N.J 

Elizabeth City, N.C. 
New Brighton, N. Y . 
Frederick, Md 



Retire- 
ment. 



Captain. 






12 Mar. 72 


-: 


Ms. 
3 


18 Dec. 86 


11 


9 


19 Mar. 83 
lApr. 84 
17 June 90 
17 Apr. 93 
15 Feb. 01 
12 Dec. 01 


6 

7 
11 

8 
as 




11 
4 
9 

11 
9 
4 



4 , 10 



14 
al3 
al5 
14 
oA 
alO 



Samuel H. Gibson . 
Samuel J. Logan. . . 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS (2). 



Washington, D. C . 
Medina, Ohio 



First Lieu- 
tenant. 



6 Jan. 88 
25 Sept. 85 



9 ; 10 

3 6 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS (2). 



Alfred Devereux . , 
Edward R. Miller 



PhUadelphla,Pa. 
German town. Pa. 



Second 
Lieut. 



31 Mar. 64 
12 Oct. 69 



1 ' 1 . 
21 4> 



Retired under the provisions of ^^An act to provide for the examination of certain officers of the Marine 
Corps f and to regulate promotions therein,** approved July 28 , 1892, 







MAJOR (1). 












Erastus R. Robinson 


Washington, D. C 


Major. 


11 


II . ' 
1 1 




10 Aug. 98 


6 


<>2S ' 3 , 






1 1 


CAPTAIN (1). 




Henry C. Fisher 


Brooklyn, N.Y 


Captain. 


alO 





1 ' 




16 Mar. 93 


all 2 









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BBTIRED LIST ICABIKE CORPS. 



149 



Retired from incapacity resulting from sickness originaiing in the line of dviy, in conformity with section 
16j act of Congress approved August 3j 1861. 

CAPTAINS (8). 



■2 
& 

1 


Date of 
entry 
into tlie 
Marine 
Corps. 


Date 

of present 

commiS' 

sion. 


Brevet 
rank. 


1 











Ms. 
5 

6 









26 Nov. 61 

....do 

10 Mar. 63 
18 Mar. 64 
2 July 64 
4 Dec. 69 
20 May 98 
8 Apr. 99 


5 Dec. 67 
12 Feb. 70 

18 Apr. 80 
8 Oct. 83 

12 Dec. 83 
5 June 92 
3 Mar. 99 

27 May 99 




Captain. 

14 Jan. 65 

Captain, 

7 June 70 













Bom in— 



Connecticut 

New York 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

Maine 

Indiana 

Virginia 



Appointed from— 



Connecticut. 

Kentucky. 

California. 
New Hampshire. 
New Jersey. 
Massachusetts. 
Indiana. 
Vlrgrinia. 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS (2). 



5 Oct. 69 
26 Apr. 75 



3 Oct. 76 
12 Dec. 83 



Maryland . 
Ohio 



Maryland. 
Ohio. 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS (2). 



25 Sept. 61 
6 Feb. 65 



25 Sept. 61 
6 Feb. 65 



Pennsylvania . 
do 



Pennsylvania. 
Do. 



Retired under the provisions of **An act to provide for the examination of certain officers of the Marine 
Corps, and to regulate promotions therein^'' approved July 28, 1892. 

MAJOR (1). 



2 July 64 10 Aug. 



New York . 



New York. 



CAPTAIN (1). 



7 Sept. 71 



16 Mar. 93 



Pennsylvania . 



Pennsylvania. 



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RETIRED LIST MARINE 00RP8. 



Betired under the provisions of ^^An act to provide for the examinatUm of certain officers of the Marine 
Corps, and to regulate promotions therein,^* approved July ^S^ 1892 — Continued. 

FIRST LIEUTENANT (1). 





Name. 


Present residence. 


Retire- 
ment. 


i 


o 






First Lieu- 
tenant. 


1 






ElishaTheall ... 


Washington D. C 


2 Feb. 97 


5 


Ms. 



Y8. 

5 


Ms. 










Retired for disability not the result of disease originating in tlie line of duty, in conformity with section 17, 

a^ct of (}mgress approved August S, 1861. 







SECOND LIEUTENANT (1). 














John D. Smyser 


New York, N. Y 


Second 
Lieut. 


2 


11 


5 


2 




3 May 78 









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151 



Retired under the provisions of **An act to provide for the jixamination of certain officers of the Marine 
Corps J and to regulate promotions therein^*^ approved July 28, 1892 — Continued. 

FIRST LIEUTENANT (1). 



o 
ft 

a 



Date of 
entry 
into tne 
Marine 
Corpa. 



28 May 87 



Date 
of present 
commis- 
sion. 



2 Feb. 97 



Brevet 
rank. 



Bom in- 



New York . 



Appointed from- 



New York. 



Retired for disability not the result of disease originating in the line of duty, in conformity with section 17, 

act of Congress approved August S, 1861, 

SECOND LIEUTENANT (1). 



21 Mar. 70 



21 Mar. 70 



Pennsylvania . 



Pennsylvania. 



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152 RE8IQNA.T10N8, BETIBEMENTS, DEATHS, ETC. 

RESIGNATIONS, RETIREMENTS, DEATHS, ETC. 

RESIGNATIONS. 

NAVY (49). 

lieutenant William E. Safford 31 Aug., 1902 

Lieutenant William H. Buck 31 Dec., 1902 

Lieutenant George B. Rice 31 Dec., 1902 

Lieutenant (junior grade) John H. Roys 1 June, 1902 

Ensign Herman J. ElBon 1 Sept., 1902 

Ensign Charles Boone 1 Dec, 1902 

Ensign Guy W. Paller 1 Jan., 1903 

Ensign Everit J. Sadler 1 Aug., 1902 

Ensign Frank P Helm, jr 12 Apr., 1902 

Surgeon Millard H. Crawford 28 Nov., 1902 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Brownlee R. Ward 28 June, 1902 

Pay Inspector Arthur Peterson 20 Sept. , 1902 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Abel B. Pierce 31 May, 1902 

Chaplain Frederic C. Brown 1 June, 1902 

Naval Constructor Lawrence Spear 1 July, 1902 

Civil Engineer Ernest P. Goodrich 1 May, 1902 

Boatswain Ernest J. Brown 1 Dec., 1902 

Boaitswain John F. Dunn 1 Nov. , 1902 

Acting Boatswain Myles Sears 6 Mar., 1902 

Carpenter George W. A. Bailey 2 Dec, 1902 

Warrant Machinist John F. Storin 2 July, 1902 

Naval Cadet George W. Bassett, jr 6 Feb., 1902 

Midshipman Adrian T. Benjamin 9 Oct., 1902 

Naval Cadet Claude A. Bonvlllian 14 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet William H. Booth 8 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet Jere H. Brooks 6 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet Overton Brooks 4 Jan., 1902 

Naval Cadet Ross R. Cain 14 Feb., 1902 

Midshipman Harry W. Cleveland 22 Oct., 1902 

Naval Cadet Wayne J . Co veney 11 Feb. , 1902 

Naval Cadet Walter B. Crosby 14 Feb., 1902 

Midshipman Thomas H. Drake .' 16 Dec. , 1902 

Naval Cadet Jefferson B. Goldman 14 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet Thomas Green 14 Feb. , 1902 

Naval Cadet Earl C. Heilman 14 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet Walter J. Holland 8 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet George R. Homing 2 Jan., 1902 

Naval Cadet Ralph C. Jack 14 Feb., 1902 

Midshipman Huntington Johnston 10 Oct., 1902 

Naval Cadet Frederick E. Langenheim 18 June, 1902 

Midshipman Fred A. Long 1 Oct., 1902 

Naval Cadet Percival E. D. Nagle 8 Feb. , 1902 

Midshipman Theodore Nelson 10 Sept., 1902 

Naval Cadet Homer G. Smith 14 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet Cornelius N. Stanton 11 Feb., 1902 

Midshipman Alexander M. Thackara, jr 13 Sept., 1902 

Naval Cadet Edwin B. -Woodworth 8 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet James C. Worrall 12 Feb., 1902 

Naval Cadet Luke 8. Wunderly 18 June, 1902 

MARINE CORPS (2). 

Second Lieutenant Yandell Foote ^ 28 Apr., 1902 

Second Lieutenant William D. A. Junkin 14 Mar., 1902 

RETIREMENTS. 

NAVY (52). 

Rear- Admiral John A. Howell 16 Mar., 1902 

Rear- Admiral Norman H. Farquhar 11 Apr. , 1902 

Rear-Admiral William T. Sampson 9 Feb. , 1902 

Rear- Admiral Bartlett J. Cromwell 9 Feb., 1902 

Rear- Admiral Edwin M. Shepard 13 June, 1902 

Rear-Admiral George H. Wadleigh 7 June, 1902 

Captain Louis J. Allen 14 Jan., 1902 

Captain Ralph Aston 20 Jan., 1902 

Captain Charles H. Rockwell 29 Apr., 1902 

Captain Edwin S. Houston .' 7 June, 1902 

Captain Eugene W. Watson 2 June, 1902 

Captain John F. Merry 5 Mar. , 1902 

Captain Washburn Maynard 1 Nov., 1902 

Captain Chapman C. Tod<l 31 Oct., 1902 

Captain C. H. West 17 June, 1902 

Captain F. P. Gilmore 6 Nov., 1902 

Captain William A. Windsor 16Sept.,1902 

Captain John D. Ford 19 May, 1902 

Captain Frederick M. Symonds 1 Dec, 1902 

Captain Edward H. Gheen IDec, 1902 



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Captain Wells L. Field 20 Nov., 1902 

Captain Samuel C. Lemly 17 June, 1902 

Lieutenant James M. Pickrell 22 Sept. , 1902 

Lieutenant Wilfrid V. N. Powelson 3 July, 1902 

Lieutenant (junior grade) A. A. McKethan 23 Sept., 1902 

Ensign Peter L. Pratt 21 Nov., 1902 

Medical Director William K. VanReypen 25 Jan., 1902 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Robert S. Blakeman 7 Oct., 1902 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Edward V. Armstrong 27 Sept., 1902 

Assistant Surgeon Thomas McC. Lippitt , 26 Sept., 1902 

Assistant Surgeon William H. Ulsh 23 Dec. , 1902 

Pay Director Henry M. Denniston 13 June, 1902 

Pay Director Arthur Burtia 21 Nov. , 1902 

Pay Director Frank C. Cosby 10 Apr., 1902 

Pay Director Edward Bellows 28 Apr., 1902 

Pay Director Edwin Putnam 28 Sept., 1902 

Pay Director George E. Hendee 30 June, 1902 

Pay Director Joseph Foster 9 Dec., 1901 

Pay Inspector Josiah R. Stanton 8 Sept., 1902 

Chaplain Thomas A. Gill 8 Feo. , 1902 

Chaplain Sylvester D. Boorom 14 Nov., 1902 

Chief Boatswain John Costello 24 May, 1902 

Ohief Boatswain Charles F. Pierce 22 Sept. , 1902 

Bofekt4wain Lee R. Boland 25 Feb., 1902 

Boats\7ain William H. Johnson 22 Sept., 1902 

Gunner Arthur S. Williams 29 July, 1902 

Gunner P^b^Mp Doherty 10 May, 1902 

Chief Carpenter Peter T. Ward 1 10 Sept., 1902 

Chief Carpenter John G.Tilden 19 Feb., 1902 

Carpenter Edwin P. Kirk 6 Dec, 1902 

Carpenter George H. Warford 13 Mar., 1902 

Chief Sailmaker William Cuddy 11 Mar. , 1902 

Pharmacist Cornelius O'Leary 25 Apr., 1902 

MARINE CORPS (1). 

First Lieutenant James W. Lynch (wholly) 30 Oct., 1902 

DEATHS. 

NAVY (60). 

Rear-Admiral Thomas O.Selfridge (retired), Waverly, Mass 15 Oct., 1902 

Rear-Admiral James E. Jouett (retired), Sandy Springs, Md 30 Sept., 1902 

Rear-Admiral Lewis A. Kimberly (retired) , West Newton, Mass 28 Jan., 1902 

Rear-Admiral William T. Sampson (retired), Washington, D. C 6 May, 1902 

Commodore Albert G. Clary (retired) ..Springfield, Mass 9 June, 1902 

Commodore Edward E. Potter (retired) , Belvidere, 111 8 Jan., 1902 

Captain Henry S. Ross (retired), Lugano, Switzerland 13 Oct., 1902 

Captain George Cowie (retired), Rahway, N. J 23 May, 1902 

CaptainWilliamW.Rei8inger,U. S.S.Philadelphia 10 July, 1902 

Commander Francis M. Green (retired), Albany, N. Y 19 Dec, 1902 

Commander Andrew J. Iverson (retired) , Beverly, Mass 19 Jan., 1902 

Commander Joseph P. Mickley (retired), Mickleys, Pa 9 Mar., 1902 

Lieutenant-Commander Frederick R. Brainard (retired ), Los Angeles, Cal 26 Mar., 1902 

Lieutenant-Commander William H. Schuetze, Washington, D. C 4 Apr., 1902 

Lieutenant-Commander William V. Bronaugh, U. S. S. Kearsarge 30 Sept., 1902 

Lieutenant Edwin S. Jacob (retired), Galveston, Tex 7 Feb., 1902 

Lieutenant Samuel Seabury (retired) , Bayonne, N. J 31 May, 1902 

Lieutenant David Peacock (retired), Los Angeles, Cal 27 Dec, 1902 

Lieutenant Daniel P. Menefee, Mare Island, Cal 4 Apr., 1902 

Lieutenant John R. Morris, U. S. S. Olympia 16 Sept. , 1902 

Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Frederic R. Holman, U. S. S. Celtic 13 Aug., 1902 

Ensign James A. Hand, junior, Mare Island, Cal 10 Jan., 1902 

Medical Director Delavan Bloodgood (retired^ Brooklyn, N. Y 4 Apr., 1902 

Medical Director Michael Bradley (retired), Philadelphia, Pa 27 Aug., 1902 

Medical Director George W. Woods (retired), San Francisco, Cal 9 June, 1902 

Medical Director Thomas N. Penrose (retired), Philadelphia, Pa 13 Feb., 1902 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Frederick Homer (retired) , Marshall, Va 14 June, 1902 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Frftncis V. Green (retired) , Philadelphia, Pa 9 Oct., 1902 

Assistant Surgeon John B. Buchanan, Newport, R. 1 12 Jan., 1902 

Assistant Surgeon Walter E. Griffin, Cavite, P. 1 27 Oct., 1902 

Assistant Surgeon R. T. Atkinson, Norfolk, Va 10 Nov., 1902 

Pay Director Caspar Schenck (retired), Philadelphia, Pa 21 June, 1902 

Pay Director William W.Williams (retired), College Point, N.Y 14Julv, 1902 

Pay Director Henry T. Wright. Port Said, Egypt 27 Mar. , 1902 

Assistant Paymaster Frederick Chunn, Cavite, P. 1 1 Apr., 1902 

Chief Engineer Francis C. Dade (retired), Philadelphia, Pa 29 Apr., 1902 

Chief Engineer Daniel P. McCartney (retired), Washington, D. C 21 Dec, 1902 

Chief Engineer Gilbert M. L. Maceartv (retired), Cambridge, Mass 8 Dec, 1902 

Passed Assistant Engineer Robert H. Gunnell (retired), Washington, D.x: 5 Apr., 1902 

Passed Assistant Engineer James J. Barry (retired ), Brooklyn, N. Y 30 Apr., 1902 

Passed Assistant Engineer George S. Gates (retired), Washington, D. C 29 Dec, 1902 

Passed Assistant Engineer Horace E. Frick (retired), Philadelphia, Pa 3 Jan., 1902 

AjBistant Engineer Frederick G. Coggin (retired), Calumet, Mich 13 Apr., 1902 

Chaplain Alfred L. Royce, New Yoric, N. Y 27 May, 1902 

Chaplain William F. Morrison, Boston, Mass 10 Sept., 1902 

Naval Constnictor William L. Mintonye (retired), Brooklyn, N. Y 25June, 1902 

Civil Engineer Christopher C. Wolcott, Brooklyn, N. Y 5 Apr., 1902 



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154 RESIGNATIONS, RETIREMENTS, DEATHS, ETC. 

Boatswain William Long (retired), Marblehead, Maas 21 Feb., 1902 

Boatswain Peter Johnson (retired), Norfolk, Va 21 Oct., 1902 

Boatswain Xavier Perrimond (retired), Portsmouth, N. H 17 May, 1902 

Gunner James Hayes ( retired ) , New York, N.Y 25 May, 1902 

Gunner William Burditt (retired), Boston, Mass 27 Jan., 1902 

GunnerWilllamE. Webber (retired), Portsmouth, Va 3 Apr., 1902 

Carpenter George E. Anderson (retired) , Boston, Mass 16 June, 1902 

Carpenter Leonard Hanscom (retired), Kittery, Maine 15 Feb., 1902 

Carpenter Henry R. Phiibrick (retired), Dorchester, Mass 15 Feb., 1902 

Carpenter George W. Davis (retired), Philadelphia, Pa 14 Dec., 1902 

Sailmaker Nicholas Lynch (retired), Baltimore, Md 27 Feb., 1902 

Acting Warrant Machinist Otto C. Dlttrich, Cavite, P.I 27 May, 1902 

Midshipman Reginald T. Carpenter, Annapolis, Md 8Dec., 1902 

MARINE CORPS (2). 

Major James M. T. Young (retired) , Hyattsville. Md 1 Aug., 1902 

First Lieutenant OlofH.Rask, Philippine Islands 29 May, 1902 

APPOINTMENT REVOKED. 

NAVY (1). 

Acting Warrant Machinist Edmund J. Crocker 22 May, 1902 

DISMISSED. 

NAVY (2). 

Ensign Alfred C. Owen 12 Dec., 1902 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Charles W. Penrose 8 Nov., 1902 

MARINE CORPS (1). 

Captain Bertram 8. Neuman 17 May, 1902 



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OP 

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS BELOW THE GRADE OF REAR-ADMIRAL ON 
THE ACTIVE LIST OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY. 

[Note.— The date given is the date of precedence in whatever grade the officer may be.] 
LINE OFFICERS. 



Name. 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



Francis A. Cook 20 Sept. 

Pumell F. Harringrton do 

George W. Melville do 

Charles D. Sigsbee do . .. 

Colby M. Chester do.. 

Charles J. Barclay ' do . . 

Benjamin P. Lamberton . . I do . . 

French E. Chadwick do . . 

Bowman H. McCalla I do . . 

William H. Whiting i....do.. 

Charles O'Neil 24 Sept. < 

Caspar F. Goodrich ■ do . . 

Theodore F. Jewell ' do . . 

William M. Folger ....do.. 

Francis W. Dickins do . . 

George F. F. Wilde 28 Sept. 

Charles H. Davis ' do., 

Charles J. Train ' do . 

George W.Pigman I do.. 

George A. Converse 20 Sept. 

Royal B. Bradford | . . . .do . 

Joseph E. Craig ' do . , 

Charles M. Thomas do . 

Alberts. Snow ' do., 

do. 

do., 

do., 

21 Sept. 

26 Sept. 

27 Sept. 

31 Jan. 
do 



George C.Reiter. 

Willard H. Brownson 

William W. Mead 

Edwin Longnecker 

Thomas Perry 

Charles H. Stockton 

Asa Walker 

flenry W.Lyon 

James H. Dayton 

Morris R. S. Mackenzie . . . 

Charles S. Sperry 

John J. Hunker 

William T. Burwell 

Franklin Hanf ord 

Robert M. Berry 

Samuel W. Very 

Henry N. Manney 

William T. Swinburne. . . . 

Joseph N. Hemphill 

Abraham B. H. Lillie 

William H. Emory 

George A. Bicknell 

Charles T. Hutchins 

Benjamin F. Tilley 

Harry Knox 

John P. Merrell 

Joseph G Eaton 

Eugene H. C. Leutze 

Uriel Sebree 

Albert R. Couden 

Edwin C. Pendleton 

Wilham Swift 

Henry B, Mansfield 

Charles R. Roelker 

Albert Ross 



60 



61 



do., 
do., 
do., 
do. 
do., 
do., 
12 Apr. 

1 June 
...do. 
...do., 
...do. 
...do. 
...do., 
20 Feb. 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 

-do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 



63 



Name. 



Richardson Clover 20 Feb. 

James M. Miller do . . 

John V. B. Bleecker do . . 

Andrew Dunlap do . . 

John A. B. Smith do.. 

Harrison G. O. Colby do . . 

Leavitt C. Logan do . . 

Alexander B. Bates do . . 

Conway H. Arnold do . . 

William S. Cowles do.. 

Robert W. Milligan 21 J uly 63 

Edward D. Taussig 23 July 63 

Richard Inch 22 Sept. 63 

John E. Pillsbury do.... 

William H.Reeder do.... 

George W. Baird do 

Charles W.Rae do.... 

Harrie Webster do 

Charles C. Comwell (20 July 64 

Holland N. Stevenson do 

George H.Kearny I do 

Adolph Marix ! do 

RAjrmond RRodgers ' do 

Ido ".!*.". 
do.... 
do.... 
21 July 64 
do. 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



William S. Moore 
Royal R. Ingersoll . . . 

Seaton Schroeder 

Duncan Kennedy 

Richard Wainwright 

Jefferson F. Moser 

Franklin J. Drake do . . 

Thomas C. McLean do . . 

William J. Barnette " do . 

Francis H. Delano do . . 

Charles T. Forse do . 

Edwin K. Moore do. 

John A. Rodgers do . . 

Albion V. Wadhams do . 

JamesD.Adams do . 

James K. Cogswell do 



Frederic Singer 

James R. Selfridge . . 
William H.Everett. 

John M. Hawley 

Gottfried Blocklinger . 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
123 July 



Perry Garst I do . 

Arthur B. Speyers ' do , 

Ebenezer S. Prime 28 July 

William P. Potter do 



Nathan E. Niles . 

Giles B. Harber 

JohnB.Briggs 

Newton E. Mason 

Thomas H. Stevens. . 

Julien S. Ogden 

Charles P.Perkins... 
Charles G. Bowman . 
William H.Beehler. 

Arthur P. Nazro 

William W.Kimball. 



do. 

do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
IJuly 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 



65 



Name. 


Date 
of preced- 
ence. 


William P.Day 


1 July 65 


John C.Wilson 


do 


George P. Colvocoresses . . 
Uriah R. Harris 


...do.... 
....do.... 


Richard G. Davenport 

John A. Norris 


....do.... 
....do 


Edward B. Barry 


....do.... 


Herbert Winslow 


....do.... 


William H. Turner 

Charles E. Colahan 


21 July 66 
....do.... 


Albert G. Berry 


....do.... 


Nathaniel J. K. Patch .... 

Thomas 8. Phelps, jr 

KarlRohrer 

John A. H. Nickels 


....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do 


Clinton K. Curtis 


....do.... 


Theodoric Porter 


....do 


Daniel D.V.Stuart 

ChiCrles A. Adams 


....do.... 
....do 


Kossuth Niles 


....do 


Warner B. Bayley 


....do.... 


Dennis H. Mahan 


....do.... 


James H. Perry 


24 July 65 


Albert F.Dixon 


do 


Edward M. Hughes 

Samuel P. Comly 


26 July 65 
do 


John Hubbard 


23 July 66 


Alexander McCrackin . . . 
Georare L. Dver 


....do.... 
....do.... 


Corwin P. Rees 


....do.... 


Lewis C. Heilner 


... do...- 


Joseph B. Murdock 


....do.... 


Hugo Osterhaus 


....do.... 


Albert C. Dillingham 

John B. Collins 


26 July 66 
do 


Charles E. Vreeland 

Nathan Sargent 


....do.... 
....do.... 


James H. Bull 


24 July 66 


Greenlief A. Merriam .... 
John B.Milton 


....do.... 
28 July 66 


William H. Nauman 

Aaron Ward 


29 July 66 
26 Sept. 66 


George W. Mentz 


26 Sept. 66 


Sidney A. Staunton 

Charles W. Bartlett. . . . 


21 June 67 
....do.... 


Chauncey Thomas 

William A. Marshall 

John E. Roller 


....do.... 
....do.... 
....do. .. 


Carlos G. Calkins 

William E. Sewell 


....do.... 
....do.... 


Henry McCrea 


....do.... 


Edward F. Qualtrough . . . 
Lucien Young 


....do.... 
24 June 67 


Asher C. Baker 


IJuly 67 


William H. H. Souther- 
land 


22 June 08 


Charles E. Fox 


23 June 68 


J ohn C. Fremont 


....do.... 


AlbertMertz 


....do.... 



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LINE OFFICERS— Continued. 



Name. 



23 June < 

21 Sept. I 

22 Sept. < 
22 June I 

do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do.. 



Rogers H. Gait 
Viucendon L. Oottman . . . 

Frank £. Sawyer 

Thoma.s B. Howard 

Walter C. Cow lea 

Austin M. Knight 

Charles J . Badger 

Samuel W.B.Diehl 

Reginald F. Nicholson . 
Edmund B. Underwood . 

William F. Halaey i....do. 

Frank A. Wllner do. 

Henry Morrell ,23 June 

William Winder I. ...do. 

Charles B. T. Moore I. ...do. 

TenEyckD.W.Veeder...l....do. 

Alfred Reynolds i do. 

John M.Robinson I do. 

John K.Barton 4 June 

Robert O. Denig [....do. 

George H. Peters ' do . 

Bradley A. Fiske '....do. 

Frank H. Holmes ' do. 

John F.Parker do. 

Hamilton Hutchins do . 

John M.Bowyer do. 

John C. Colwell I — do . 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
20 Sept. 




George B. Ransom. 
William R. A. Rooney . . . 

Edward J. Dom 

Bernard O. Scott 

William C. Eaton 

Alfred B. Canaga 

Abraham V. Zane 

John R. Edwards 

Stacy Potts 

Henry T. Cleaver 

James M. Helm 

Albert B. Willits 

Cameron McR. Winslow . 

James P. 8. Lawrence 

Isaac S. K. Reeves 

YorkNoel 

Albon C. Hodgson 

William G. Cutler 

Alexander Sharp, jr 

Charles Laird 

Nathaniel R. Usher 

Walter S. Hughes 

Fidelio S. Carter 

Frank F. Fletcher 

Harry H. Hosley 

Frank E. Beatty 

Moses L. Wood 

Robert M. Doyle 

George M. Stoney 

Frederick W. Coffin 

Wythe M. Parks 

Frank H. Bailey 

Harry M. Hodges 

William B. Caperton 

James T. Smith 

George S. Willits 

Walter F. Worthington . . 
William N. Little . 



70 



...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 
5 June 

...do., 

...do.. 

...do., 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do., 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do-. 

...do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 

...do., 

...do., 
....do., 
....do., 
....do. 

5 June 
....do., 
do 



71 



72 



Theodore F. Burgdorff do . . 



Frank H.Eldridge. 

Edgar T. Warburton 

Henry C. Gearing 

Templin M. Potts 

William H. Allen 

Burns T. Walling 

Clifford J. Boush 

James H. Sears 

Abraham E. Culver 

Henry T.Mayo 

Charles C. Rogers , 

John T. Newton 

Benjamin Tappan 

Charles F. Fond , 

Walter McLean , 

Washington I. Chambers 
James C: Qillmore 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
...do. 
....do. 
6 June 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



72 



Charles A. Gove 6 June 

De Witt Coffman '....do. 

Richard Henderson ' 8 J une 

Thomas D. Griffin ' — do . 

Henry Minett do . 

Richard T. Mulligan I ... .do . 

Wm. Braunersreuther I do . 

Francis H. Sherman I do . 

William S. Hogg 24 Sept. 

6 June 



Reynold T.HaU 

William F. FuUam 

Horace M. Witzel 

Albert G. Winterhalter . 

John M. Orchard 

John N.Jordan 

Augustus F. Fechteler. . 

Edward E. Wright 

Albert Gleaves 

James P.Parker 

Ben W.Hodges 

Herbert O. Dunn 

Arthur W.Dodd 

George W. Denfeld 

Albert W. Grant 

Horace W. Harrison 

Valentine S. Nelson 

William S. Benson 

Frank M. Bostwick 

James H. Oliver 

Harry M. Dombaugh . . . 

Simon Cook 

Thomas S. Rodgers 

Franklin J. Schell 

John G. Quinby 

James H. Glennon 

Percival J. Werlich 

William R. Rush 

Harry S. Knapp 

William L. Rodgers . . . . 
Harry McL. P. Huse . . . . 

Roy C.Smith 

George W. McElroy 

Robert S. Griffin 

AlbertN.Wood 

Edward Lloyd, jr 

Richard M. Hughes 



Charles N. Atwater . 

John H. L. Holcombe 

William L.Burdick 

Frank W. Bartlett 

Frederick C. Bieg 

Harry Kimmell 

Howard Gage 

John L. Gow 

George R. Clark 

George H. Stafford 

Allen G. Rogers 

William P. White 

George E. Burd 

John H. Shipley 

John E. Craven 

James H. Hetherington. . 

John J. Knapp 

Augustus C. Almy 

John Hood 

Carl W. Jungen 

Edward E. Hayden 

Benjamin C. Bryan 

Leroy M. Garrett 

Charles C. Marsh 

Charles H. Harlow 

Clarence A. Carr 

John B. Blish 

William A. Gill 

Thomas W. Ryan 

Harold P. Norton 

Walter J. Sears 

Edward H. Scribner 

Frank M. Bennett 

John A. Bell 

John A. Dougherty 

John B. Bernadon 

John H. Gibbons 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
..-.do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
6 June 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
9 June 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
...,do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 

17 June 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 

18 June 

19 June 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



73 



74 



76 



Thomas Snowden 

Martin Bevington 

Edwin H. Tillman , 

Thomas F. Carter 

Frederic C. Bowers 

George R. Salisbury 

John L. Purcell 

Robert F. Lopez 

Frank W. Kellogg 

Reuben O. Bitler 

Samuel H. Leonard, jr 

Harry Phelps 

Homer C. Poundstone 

Albert A. Ackerman 

Leo D.Miner 

Albert P. Niblack 

William Truxtun 

Harry Hall 

Edward Simpson 

William C. P. Muir 

Edwards F. Leiper 

Thomas W. Kinkaid 

William H. AUderdice. . . . 

Joseph H. Rohrbacher 

William S.Sims 

Louis S. Van Duzer -. . . 

Wilson W. Buchanan 

William J. Maxwell 

William S.Smith 

John F.Luby 

Lewis J. Clark 

Theodore G. Dewey 

Hugh Rodman 

John A. Hoogewerff . . 

Edward E. Capehart 

Henry B. Wilson 

Gustav Kaemmerling 

Kenneth McAlpine 

Clarence H. Mathews 

De Witt C. Redgrave 

William W. White 

Bias C. B. Sampson 

Solon Arnold 

Martin A. Anderson 

Albert Moritz 

EmilTheiss ...-. 

Spencer S. Wood 

Guy W. Brown 

William B. Fletcher 

William H. Chambers .... 

Marbury Johnston 

Charles E. Rommel 

William B. Whittelsey .... 

Edwin A. Anderson 

Joseph L. Jay ne 

Albert L. Key 

William L. Howard 

Wiley R. M. Field 

John M. Poyer 

Harry G. Leopold 

Robert B. Higgins 

John C. Leonard 

Ward P. Winchell 

Charles P. Eaton 

JohnM.Ellicott 

Charles W. Dyson 

Harry George 

Frederick L. Chapin 

William C. Herbert 

Alexander S. Halstead 

James E. Palmer 

Harry A. Field 

Chester M. Knepper 

Clarence S. Williams 

Albert M. Beecher 

James G. Doyle 

Frank K.Hill 

Roger Welles, jr 

John D. McDonald 

WalterO. Hulme 

Henry E. Parmenter 

Hilary P. Jones 

William R. Shoemaker . . . 



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157 



Name. 



Isaac K. Seymour 

Charles M. Fahs 

Charles P. Plunkett 

Humes H. Whittlesey 

Albert C. Dieffenbach 

Theodore C. Fentou 

Volney O. Chase 

George K.SIociim 

William G. Miller 

George W. Kline 

John P. McGuinness 

Joseph Strauss 

Charles 8. Stan worth 

Robert L. Russell 

Harrison A. Bispham 

Armistead Rust 

Geoige R. Evans 

Edward W. Eberlee 

Charles M. McCormick . . . 

Glennie Tarbox 

William W.Gilmer 

Robert £. Coontz 

William H. G. Bullard . . . . 

Webster A. Edgar 

Joseph W. Oman 

Philip Andrews 

Harold K.Hines 

Samuel M.Strite 

Geoige F. Cooper 

Edward T. Witherspoon. . 

Josiah S. McKean 

Charles H. Hayes 

Horace W, Jones 

WUliam W.Bush 

Benton C. Decker 

Mark L. Bristol 

Benjamin W. Wells 

Newton A. McCully 

Levi C. Bertolette 

George W. Logan 

Edward Moale, jr 

Henry F.Bryan 

Andrew T. Long 

Edward H. Durell 

Archibald H. Scales 

Ford H. Brown 

Victor Blue 

Clarence M. Stone 

Thomas Washington 

Francis Bough ter 

Archibald H. Davis 

Guy H. Burrage 

Frank M. Russell 

Frank Marble 

Ashley H. Robertson 

Carlo B.Brittain 

Casey B. Morgan 

William M.Croee 

John F. Hubbard 

Marcus L. Miller 

Lloyd H. Chandler 

Oscar W. Koester 

George N. Hayward 

Samuel S. Robison 

Henry K. Benham 

Charles F. Hughes 

Albert L. Norton 

James H. Reid 

Edward L. Beach 

Herman O. Stickney 

Henry A. Wiley 

Frederic B. Bassett 

HerbertG. Gates 

Richard H. Jackson 

Arthur B. Hoff 

Nathan C. Twining 

Benjamin F. Hutcnison . . 

Thomas P. Magruder 

Sumner E. W. Kittelle . . . . 

William V.Pratt 

Louis M. Nulton 

George R. Marvell 

JohnB.Patton 



Date 
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ence. 



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21 May 
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84 



82 



Name. 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



I 
William D. MacDougall . . 23 May 

Geoige B. Bradshaw \ do . 

Cleland N. Offley :25 May 

Louis R. de Steiguer do . 

"""" "' *^* ' do . 

27 May 
do. 

28 May 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

19 May 
do 



William W.Phelps 

Louis A. Kaiser 

WilUam C.Cole 

Charles A. Brand 

Philip Williams 

Warren J . Terhune . . 
Geoige G. Mitchell .. 

Cleland Da vis 

William K. Harrison 
Frank H. Schofleld . . 

Urban T. Holmes 

Jehu y. Chase 20 May 

HenryJ. Ziegemeier ' do . 

MattH.Signor ....do. 

George W. Williams ....do. 

Claude B. Price do. 

Montgomery M. Taylor. . . 21 May 

Charles T. Vogelgesang do . 

Charles B. McVay, jr do . 

Lay H.Everhart 23 May 

Claude Bailey i do . 

John H. Dayton I do . 

Lucius A. Bostwick ' do . 

William A. Moffett 25 May 

Julian L. Latimer 27 May 

Douglas £. Dismukes 29 May 

JohnR.Edie 31 May 

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do. 

do. 

20 May 
do. 
do. 
do. 
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21 May 
do . 
do. 

22 May 
do. 
do. 

26 May 
do. 
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do. 

27 May 
29 May 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
31 May 
91 May 

do. 

do. 

20 May 

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22 May 

do. 



Name. 



Reginald R. Belknap 

De Witt Blamer 

John K. Robison 

Arthur L.Willard... 

Edwin T. Pollock 

Clark D. Stearns 

Henry C. Kuenzli 

JohnH.Rowen 

Harry H. Caldwell.. 

Henry H. Hough 

Milton E. Reed 

Harley H.Christy ... 

Noble E. Irwin 

Waldo Evans 

Thomas J. Senn 

Jay H. Sypher 

Bion B. Blerer 

William H. McGrann 

Horace G. Macfarland 

Charles F. Preston 

Richard H.Leigh 

Adelbert Althouse 

William D. Brotherton 

James F. Carter 

Harry E.Smith 

George W. Laws 

George C. Day 

Luke McNamee 

Frederick L. Sawyer. . . 

Charles L. Hussey 

JohnR.Y.Blakely.... 

Charles T.Jewell 

Gregory C. Davison 

Leon S. Thompson 

Frederick A. Traut 

John F. Hines 

Fred R.Payne 

Robert K. Crank 

Stanford E. Moses 

Powers Symington 

Yates Stirling, jr 

Patrick W. Hourigan . . 

Henry H.Ward 

Raymond D. Haabrouck . . 

George Mallison 

Walter Ball 

Joel R. P. Pringle 

Benjamin B. McCormick . 

Edward S. Kellogg 

David V. H. Allen 

William S. Montgomery . . 
Frank H. Clark, Jr 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

23 May 
...do . 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 

24 May 
do. 

25 May 
do ., 

22 Aug. 

do . 

18 May 
do., 



Eugene L. Blsset 

Edward H.Campbell... 

Walter 3. Croaley 

(.'harles J. Lang 

Henry B.Price 

Martin E. Trench 

William K.Gise 

Thomas S. Wilson 

Henry A. Pearson , 

Orton P.Jackson 

Francis L. Chad wick . . 

John S. Dodridge 

Percy N. Olmsted 

John R. Brady 

Allen M.Cook 

Christopher C. Fewel . . 

Frank B. Upham 

Andr6 M. Procter 

John L. Sticht 

Richard S. Douglas .... 

Alfred A. Pratt 

Emmet R. Pollock 

John P. J. Ryan 

Chester Wells 

IrvinV.Gillis 

Ridley McLean 

Raymond Stone 

David F. Sellers 

Charles Webster 

John T. Tompkins 

John M. Hudgins 

Provoost Babln 

Simon P. Fullinwider . 

Lewis B.Jones , 

Stephen V. Graham 

Alfred W.Hinds 

Ernest L. Bennett 

William P. Scott 

Joseph M. Reeves 

Roscoe C. Moody 

Fritz L. Sandoz 

Leland F. James 

Frank Lyon 

John McC. Luby 

Arthur G. Kavanagh . . 

Carlton F. Snow 

HenryT.Baker 

Emory Winship 

Charles 8. Book waiter. 

Hutch I. Cone 

Roscoe C. Bulmer 

Gilbert S. Galbraith ... 

Roscoe Spear 

Robert W. McNeely . . . 

Walter S. Turpin 

George L. P. Stone 

William S.Whitted.... 

Robert H. Osborn 

Walter J. Manion 

George E. Gelm 

Clarence England 

Edwin H. De Lany 

^rank H. Brumby 

Charles K. Mallory . . . . 

James P. Morton 

Frank P. Baldwin 

William C. Davidson . . 

Newton Mansfield 

Harris Laning 

Daniel M. Garrison 

Franklin D. Kams 

DavidW.Todd 

John V. Klemann 

William R. Cuahman . . 

Henry V. Butler 

Walter R. Gherardi . . . . 

James J. Raby 

James E. Walker 

Frederic N. Freeman . . 
William H.Standley... 

Arthur T. Chester 

Cassius B. Barnes 

Kenneth M. Bennett . . . 



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Name. 



Edward H. Watson 

Orlo 8. Knepper 

Michael J. McCormack 

John F. Marshall, Jr 

RufuB Z. Johnston, Jr . . 

Ernest F. Eckhardt 

Edward H.Ddnn 

Thomas D. Parker 

Jonas H. Holden 

Thomas T. Craven 

Charles L. Poor 

Daniel W. Wurtsbaugh 

Ralph Earle 

Gate wood S. Lincoln. . . 
Andrew £. Kalbach . . . 

Edward T. Fitzgerald 24 May 

Ivan C. Wettengel 25 May 

Charles M. Tozer ' do . , 

27 May 

do., 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



4 Sept. 
do., 

6 Sept. 

do. 

....do. 

19 Apr. 

21 May 
do., 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

22 May 



Wat T. Cluverius, 
Duncan M. Wood . . . 
Leigh C. Palmer .... 
Albert W.Marshall. 

Thomas A. Kearney 

Arthur MacArthur, jr i do . . 

Charles E. Gilpin ' do . . 

do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do.. 



Frank E. Ridgely 

Dudley W. Knox 

Charles P. Burt 

Mark 8t. C. Ellis 

Edward McCauley, jr . . . 
Kenneth G. Castleman . 
William L.Uttlefleld... 

Earl P.Jessop 

Henry C. Mustin 

Pope Washington 

Roland I. Curtain 

Arthur Crenshaw 

Amon Bronson, ir 30 Sept 

Harry E. Yarnell 19 May 

Harlan P. Perrill do - 

David E. Theleen do . 

Daniel S. Mahoney do . 

Arthur J. Hepburn ' do . 

Needham L. Jones I do . 

Thomas C. Hart I do . 

Alfred W. Pressey do . 

William R. White I ... .do . 

William H. Reynolds do . 

Cyrus R. Miller do. 

Orin G. Murfin ' do - 

Leonard R. Sargent I do . 

Luther M. Overstreet I do . 

Victor S. Houston ] do . 

David F.Boyd '....do. 

Gilbert Chase ' do - 

Louis C. Richardson ' do . 

Walton R. Sexton do - 

Walter M. Falconer do - 

Joseph W. Graeme ' do - 

Albert H. McCarthy do - 

Henry N. Jenson ' do - 



William D. Leahy. 
Andrew T. Graham . . . 
Arthur St. C. Smith . . . 

Oscar D. Duncan 

Willis McDowell 

Austin Kautz 

Charles T. Owens 

Hilary Williams 

Robert W. Henderson. 
William C. Asserson. . . 



.do. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 



Name. 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



Clarence S. Kempff 19 May 93 

Irwin F. Landlfl 6 Sept. 93 

Ernest C. Keenan do 

Robert Piatt do.... 

John Halligan, jr 19 May 94 

William C. Watts do.... 

George L. Smith do 

Wilbur G. Briggs do.... 

Fletcher L. Sheffield do ... . 

Ralph N. Marble, jr do ... . 

Henry C. Dinger do 

Lyman A. Cotten do 

Edward Woods do 

Louis Shane do 

Alexander N. Mitchell do 

Edward W. Mclntyre do 

Prank L. Pinney do 

William P. Cronan do.... 

Ulysses 8. Macy do 

ZenoE. Briggs do 

William T. Tarrant do ... . 

Walter B. Tardy do 

Guy W.Faller do.... 

William B. Wells ....do.... 

Clarence A. Abele | do 

Thomas L. Johnson I do 

Yancey S. Williams I .... do ... . 

Edward T. Constien do 

George T. Pettengill I do 

John A. Schofield ' do 

George C. Sweet ' do 

Franck T. Evans I do 

Morris H. Brown ' do 

David C. Hanrahan ; do 

John F. Babcock do 

John S. Graham ' do 

Charles P. Nelson I do 

Walter G. Roper 22 Sept. W 

Thomas L. Stitt do 

Herbert G. Sparrow 20 May 95 

Allen Buchanan j do 

Edward B. Fenner I do 

Richard D. White .do ... . 

Ernest A. Weichert ] do 

Victor A. Kimberly I .... do ... . 

Paul B. Dungan I do 

John T. Beckner do 

Joseph K.Taussig I do 

Claude C. Bloch I ... .do ... . 

Henry E. Lackey • do 

Hilary H. Royall j .... do ... . 

Edward C. Kalbfus I do 

James W.L.Clement, jr do 

Clark H. Woodward ' ... .do 

William S. Miller I.... do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do ... . 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



Herbert H.Evans 

Cyrus W.Cole 

John E. Lewis 

Lloyd S. Shapley ... 
Samuel I. M. Major . 
William R.SaylesJr 
John W. Greenslade 
Charles E. Courtney 
Adolphus E. Watson 
Charles H. Fischer . 
Harry L. Brinser . . . 

James H. Tomb 

Farmer Morrison 

Charles E. Morgan do . 

Alexander F. H. Yates j do . 

James R. Combs do . 



Name. 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



John T. Bowers 20 May 95 

Samuel B. Thomas do 

Frederick J. Home, jr do... 



Edgar B. Larimer do. 

Alfred W. Johnson do. 

Walter M.Hunt do.... 

Roe W.Vincent do.... 

James B. Gilmer do 

Chauncey Shackford ! do 

Frank O. Branch ' do 

Ralph E. Pope j do 

Charles W. Forman ! 6 Sept. 95 

Charles B. Hatch, jr i ....do.... 

Zachariah H. Madison I do 

Henry Soul6 | 7 Sept. 95 

Francis Martin ! do 

Charles P. Snyder '20 May 96 

Carleton R. Kear ' do 

Joseph R. Defrees ' do 

Willis G. Mitchell |....do.... 

John J. Hyland ' do 

Samuel W.Bryant j do 

Edward S. Jackson do 

William F.Bricker '....do.... 

Henry L. Wyman ' do 

Daniel P. Mannix do 

Arthur B. Keating ] do 

Charles T. Wade do . . .. 

HollisT. Winston do.... 

Frederick R. Naile do . . .. 

Emil P. Svarz do ... . 

Wilbert Smith do.... 

James C.Kress do 

Julius F. Hell weg | do 

Sinclair Gannon do 

Robert Morris I do 

John D. Wainwright do 

Harry K. Cage do 

George W.Steele, ir do 

Stafford H. R. Dovle ' do 

William K. Riddle ....do.... 

William 8. Case i do ... . 

William N. Jeffers | do 

John W. Timmons I do 

John G. Church do 

Charles S. Freeman I do 

Robert L. Berry ' do 

Herbert C. Cocke ' do 

Robert A. Abemathy do 

Ward K. Wortman do 

Hayne Ellis ' do ... . 

Frank D. Berrien do 

James H. Comfort do 

Paul Foley ' do 

Carlos A. Gardiner do 

William V. Tomb do.... 

Bayard T. Bulmer I do 

Edison E. Scranton I do 

John W. Schoenfeld ' do 

Clarence L. Arnold do 

Stanley Woods do 

Edwin H.Dodd do.... 

Charles P. Huff do ... . 

....do.... 

....do.... 

....do.... 

....do.... 

....do.... 

-...do.... 

....do.... 

30 July % 



Charles R. Train 

Hugo W. Osterhaus 

Robert T. Menner 

Benjamin G. Barthalow . . 

Clarence E. Landram 

Luke E. Wright, jr 

George B. Landenberger. . 
Louis J. Connelly 



MEDICAL OFFICERS. 



George F. Winslow . , 

Hosea J. Babin 

Joseph B. Parker 

Abel F. Price 

James A. Hawke 

Rol)ert A. Marmion. 



26 May 
13 May 
8 Oct. 
26 Mar. 

.do. 

.do. 



D wight Dickinson. . 
William G.Farwell- 

John C.Wise 

George P. Bradley . . 
Charles U. Gravatt. . 
Paul Fitzsimons 



31 Mar. 63 
19 Apr. 63 
21 Mar. 64 
.do.... 
28 Apr. 64 
27 Jan. 65 



William S.Dixon.. 
Remus C. Persons. . . 
Nelson M. Ferebee. . 
James R. Waggoner. 
Thomas H. Streets.. 
Manly H. Simons . . . 



27 Jan. 65 

5 Mar. 66 

29 Mar. 66 

12 Apr. 66 

28'May "66 



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Name. 



John C.Boyd 

George E. H. Harmon . . . 

Howard Wells 

Daniel N. Bertolette .... 

EzraZ-Derr 

Franklin B. Stephenson 

Presley M. Rixey 

Walter A. McClurg 

Cumberland G. Hemdon . 

Lucien G. Heneberger 

Edward H. Green. 

Samuel H. Dickson 

David 0. Lewis 

Howard E. Ames 

Frank Anderson 

Phillips A. Lovering 

William R.Du Bose 

Charles T. Hibbett 

Nelson H. Drake 

Henry G. Beyer 

John M. Steele 

James E. Gardner 

George P. Lumsden 

James C. Byrnes 

Samuel H. Griffith 

Averley C. H. Russell . . . 

Clement Biddle 

HenryT. Percy 

Emlyn H. Marsteller 

James D. Gatewood 

Oliver Diehl 

John M. Edgar 

PhiUp Leach 

Lloyd W. Curtis 

Henry B. Fitts 

Victor C. B. Means 

Frederick J. B. Cordeiro . 
FrancisW. F. Wieber.... 

Oliver D. Norton 

Frederick A. Hessler 

IsaacW.Kite 

Andrew R. Wentworth. . . 

Ctorbin J. Decker , 

Thomas A. Berryhill 

Eugene P. Stone 

George Pickrell 

RandP.Crandall 

Hatton N. T. Harris 

John F. Urie , 

Albert M. D. McCormick, 

Will P. Arnold 

George B. Wilson , 

Charles F. Stokes 

Edward R. Stitt 

Manley F. Gates 

Charles H. T. Lowndes.. 

George H. Barber , 

George Rothganger , 

George T. Smith 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



3 Mar. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 
14 Mar. 
28 Jan. 

8 Feb. 

3 May 

17 June 
11 Mar. 
19 Mar. 

8 Apr. 
10 Apr. 
24 May 

18 June 
16 Oct. 

do. 
26 Feb. 

19 May 
...do. 
3 July 

2 Nov. 
13 Feb. 

16 Dec. 

3 June 
....do. 
30 June 

2 Nov. 
6 July 

do. 

9 July 
do. 

6 July 
do. 

3 June 

26 June 
3 Nov. 

17 June 
...do. 
5 Aug. 

16 Jan. 

17 Jan. 
13 June 

3 July 
23 July 

18 Aug. 
IFeb. 
...do. 

23 Mar. 

27 Mar. 
30 Mar. 

23 May 

24 May 
3 June 



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Name. 



Date 
of preced- 
I ence. 



George A. Lung 18 

Luther L.VonWedekind. I 3 

Edward 9. Bogert, jr 16 

Leckinski W. Spratling 

Robert M. Kennedy 18 

Norman J. Blackwood . . . : 7 

William C. Braisted 24 

Sheldon Q. Evans 18 

James G. Field !.. 

Adrian R. Alfred 24 

John E. Page 18 

Middleton S. Guest 19 

Joseph A. Guthrie 27 

Charles M. DeValin 

Charles P. Bagg 17 

Carl D. Brownell I 6 

Henry D. Wilson 22 

Lewis Morris 27 

John M. Moore 11 

Edward M. Shipp 20 

Charles E. Riggs 13 

James F. Leys ,22 

Frank C. Cook 22 

Ammen Farenholt 29 

Charles P. Kindleberger .' 9 

Arthur W. Dunbar 10 

Theodore W. Richards . . . ,12 

Reginald K. Smith 3 

Jacob C. Rosenbleuth 14 

Moulton K. Johnson !l2 

WilliamM. Wheeler .. 

Middleton S. Elliot 

Frank L. Pleadwell .... 
Dudlev N. Carpenter. . 

Daniel H. Morgan , 

James C. Pryor , 

Washington B. Grove . . 

Raymond Spear 

Harold H. Haas 

WilUam H. Bucher 

Edgar Thompson , 

Elon O. Huntington. . . . 

John B. Dennis 

Ralph T. Orvis 

David B. Kerr 

Charles A. Crawford . . . 

Eugene J. Grow 

Alfred G. Grunwell .... 
Gary D. Langhorne .... 
Joseph C. Thompson . . , 
Frederick L. Benton . . , 

WillM. Garton 

Frank E. McCullough^ 

Francis M. Furlong 

Granville L. Angeny . . , 

William H. Bell 

Holton C. Curl , 

William L. Bell 

Richmond C. Holcomb 



Aug. 
Nov. 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Nov. 

..do. 

Nov. 

June 

Nov. 

Jan. 

..do. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

June 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

June 

Dec. 

May 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

May 

Oct. 

Oct. 

..do. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

June 

June 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

..do. 

May 

June 

..do. 

June 

July 

..do. 

July 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

..do. 

..do. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



Name. 



I Date 
' of preced- 
1 ence. 



Edward G. Parker 1 10 Jan. \ 

Barton L. Wright ,13 May 

Ralph W. Plummer ! 17 June ' 

HenryE.Odell 8Nov. 

James S. Taylor do . . 

Joseph A. Murphy 3 Jan. 

John T. Kennedy 15 Jan. 

Karl Ohncsorg 27 Jan. 

Charles N. Fiske ,15 May 

JohnJ. Synder 7 June 

Henry A. Dunn do . . 

Allan Stuart i do . . 

Edward M. Blackwell.. do.. 



William H. Ulsh . 

Mack V. Stone 

George F. Freeman 

Raphael O. Marcour 

James H. Payne, jr 

Jacob Stepp 

Charles H. De Lancy 

Fred M. Bogan 

Rice K. McClanahan 

Warren E.G. High 

Macomb K. Elmer 

Robert E. Led better 

Charles St. J. Butler 

Richard B. Williams 

Samuel S. Rodman 

John M. Brister 

Herbert O. Shiflfert 

Allan E. Pock 

Charles G. Smith 

John H. Iden 

John F. Murphy 

William Seaman 

Royall R. Richardson 

Frederick A. Asserson 

Jesse W. Backus 

George M. Ma vers 

Herbert M. Tolfree 

Alfred W. Balch 

Paul E. McDonnold 

Russell M. Young 

Louis W. Bishop 

Archibald M. Fauntleroy. 

Ulys R.Webb 

Charles M. Oman 

Robert A. Bachmann 

Francis M. Munson 

Earle M. Brown 

Howard F. Strine 

Robert E. Hoyt 

Joseph P. Traynor 

Morton W. Baker 

James H. HoUoway 

John L. Neilson 

Robert H. Michels 

Harry Shaw 

Burt F. Jenness 



do 
....do., 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 

18 July 

19 Oct. 
26 Oct. 

17 Nov. 
14 Dec. 
....do. 

26 Dec. 

27 Mar. 
12 Apr. 

4 May 

18 May 

do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do.. 

1 June 
14 June 
22 June 

2 July 
do. 

28 Sept. 

iioct.* 

18 Dec. 

20 Mar. 

5 Apr. 
8 May 

do. 

....do. 
....do. 

10 July 
26 Sept. 

4 Oct. 
8 Oct. 
28 Oct. 

11 Nov. 



PAY OFFICERS. 



Albert S. Kenny 

RobertP. Lisle 

Leonard A. Frailey .... 

Albert W. Bacon 

Theodore 8. Thompson . 
William J. Thomson . . . 

John B. Redfield 

Ichabod G. Hobbs 

HenryT. B. Harris 

Stephen Rand 

Lawrence G. Boggs 

Samuel R. Colhoun . . . . 

James A. Ring 

James E. Cann 

JohnN. Speel 

Reah Frazer 

Hiram E. Drury 

Charles w.LlttlefleW.. 



19 Mar. 
2 July 

23 July 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

21 Feb. 
....do. 
....do. 
12 Aug. 

24 Sept. 
28 Sept. 
12 July 

14 July 
IJuly 

15 July 
8 Sept. 



William W. Gait 

John Clyde Sullivan . . 

John R. Martin 

Charles M. Ray 

Mitchell C. McDonald. 

Eustace B. Rogers 

Leeds C. Kerr 

Richard T.M. Ball.... 
Charles S.Williams... 

Thomas J. Cowie 

John S. Carpenter 

Livingston Hunt 

John A. Mudd 

George W. Simpson . . . 

Harry R. Sullivan 

Samuel L. Heap 

John Q. Lovell 

James S. Phillips 



23 Feb. 
26 Jan. 
14 June 

3 Mar. 

...do. 

...do. 
16 June 
.do. 
.do. 
22 Mar. 
29 Oct. 

...do. 

...do. 

\X: 

...do. 
26 July 
21 Oct. 



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76 



Thomas S. Jewett 

Henry E. Jeweit 

Frank T. Arms 

Thomas H. Hicks 

Ziba W. Reynolds 

Eugene D. Ryan 

Samuel McGowan 

Henry A. Dent 

Walter L. Wilson 

Willis B. Wilcox 

William J. Littell 

Philip V. Mohun 

Martin McM. Ramsay.. 

Joseph J. Cheatham 

Richard Hatton 

Barron P. Du Bois 

Harry E. Biscoe 

George G, Seibels 



14 Mar. 

14 Mar. 
....do. 

27 May 
..do. 

29 July 

15 Mar. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 

22 Aug. 
...do. 
2 Mar. 

23 May 

28 Aug. 
31 Aug. 



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Name. 



Edmund W. BonnafFon . 

Joseph Pyflfe 

John Irwin, jr 

John H. Meniam 

Timothy 8. O'Leary 

Ulysses O. Ammen 

George Brown Jr 

Walter B. Izard 

David Potter 

Samuel Bryan 

George M. Lukesh 

John W. Morse 

Arthur F. Huntington. . . 

Harry H. Balthis 

Charles Conard 

William T. Gray 

George P. Dyer 

Robert H. Woods 

RobertH. Orr 

William A. Merritt 

Franklin W. Hart 

Harrison L. Robins 

Webb V.H.Rose 

William H. Doherty 

Charles Morris, jr 

Frederick K. Perkins. . . . 

George C. Schafer 

Theodore J. Arms 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



7 Nov. 90 
28 Dec. 90 
...do.... 
18 May 91 
26 July 91 
lOct. 91 
15 Nov. 91 
18 Feb. 92 
...do.... 
14 Mar. 92 
17 Mar. 92 
12 Apr. 92 
10 May 92 
....do... 
...do... 
...do... 
20 May 92 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
17 June 92 
10 July 92 
23 Oct. 92 



Name. 



(Jeorge R. Venable 

Howard P. Ash 

Hugh R. Insley 

George M. Stackhouse 

Grey Skipwith 

Trevor W . Leutze 

McGill R. Goldsborough.. 

David V. Chadwick 

Eugene C. Tobey 

Arthur H. Cathcart 

Jonathan Brooks 

Eugene F. Hall 

Dexter Tiffany, jr 

Franklin P. Sactett 

David M. Addison 

William T. Wallace 

Victor 8. Jackson 

John B. Sanford 

Herbert E. Stevens 

Charles R. O'Leary 

Charles W. Eliason 

Cuthbert J. Clebome 

Philip Delano 

John R. Robnett 

Stewart Rhodes 

George W. Pigman, jr 

Perry G. Kennard 

George W. Reeves, jr 



Date 
of preced- 
ence. 



6 Mar. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
13 Apr. 
...do .. 
15 Apr. 
25 Apr. 
....do .. 
28 Apr. 
15 May 
22 May 
27 May 
31 May 

3 June 
....do.. 
...do.. 

9 June 
....do.. 

5 July 
18 Sept. 
...do.. 
...do.. 

IDec. 
13 Jan. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
15 Jan. 



93 



93 



94 



94 



Name. 



Walter T. Camp , 

Ray Spear 

Christian J. Peoples . . 
William B. Rogers. . . . 

Thomas D. Harris 

JohnF.Hatch 

Frederick G. Pvne 

Frederick B. Colby. . . 
Edward E. (Joodhue. . 
William R. Bowne . . . 
Rish worth Nicholson. 

John D. Barber 

Edward T. Hoopes . . . 

Walter A. Greer 

Cecil S. Baker 

Gustavus R. Madden . 
Donald W. Nesbit .... 
Arthur M. Pippin .... 

John 8. Higgins 

Ignatius T. Hagner. . . 

George P. Auld 

James S. Beecher 

Henry A. Wise.jr 

Henry F. Mel , 

John A. B. Smith, jr . . , 

Felix R.Holt 

Emmett C. Gudger 



CHAPLAINS. 



David H. Tribou 

Henry H. Clark 

Adam A. McAlister 

Frank Thompson 

Roswell R, Hoes 

Carroll Q. Wright 

Walter G. Isaacs 

William H. I. Reaney . 



5 Feb. 66 
27 Jan. 67 
10 Nov. 67 
16 May 75 
26 July 79 

3 Mar. 79 
25 Apr. 82 
14 Mar. 86 



John B. Frazier i 2 Mar. 

John P. Chidwic V L . . .do . 

Harry W.Jones 

William G. Cassard.. 

Arthur O.Sykea 

William T. Helms . . . 

Curtis H. Dickins .... 

! Louis P. Rennolds . . . 



6 June 90 

3 Apr. 91 

30 Dec. 91 

4 Feb. 92 
11 Nov. 92 

31 Jan. 94 



Joseph F.MacGrail 

Charles M, Charlton . . . 

Edward J. Brennan 

Bower R. Patrick 

John F. Fleming 

Eugene E. McDonald. , 

George L. Bayard 

Johnson McC. Bellows. 



PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS. 



Wm. W. Hendrickson 

Stimson J. Brown 

Edward K. Rawson. . 
Philip R. Alger , 



26 Mar. 67 

20 May 75 

28 Oct. 84 

1 Nov. 84 



Omenzo G. Dodge 26 June 86 

Henry M.Paul I 3 Apr. 91 

Aaron N. Skinner [ 30 July 92 

Thomas J. J. See 10 Feb. 93 



Milton Updegraff 

William S. Eichelberger 

Walter S. Harshman 

Frank B. Littell 



NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS AND ASSISTANT NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS. 



John F. Hanscom 30 July 69 

Francis T. Bo w les 15 Sept. 75 

Joseph H. Linnard 21 June 77 

Richmond P. Hobson ' 26 J une 77 

Joseph J. Woodward ' do 

David W. Taylor 13 June 81 

Albert W. Stahl i 14June81 

William J. Baxter '....do.... 

Washington L. Capps do 

Lloyd Bankson do 

John G. Tawresey do 

Bobert Stocker , 2 May 83 

Frank W.Hibbs do.... 

Elliot Snow do 

George H.Rock 19 May 85 



Thomas F. Ruhm 

Frank B.Zahm 

Horatio G. Gillmor . . . 
Henry G.Smith ...... 

Richard M. Watt 

John D. Beuret 

Joseph-E. McDonald . . 
Homer L. Ferguson . . . 
Daniel C. Nutting, jr . 

Holden A.Evans 

William P.Robert.... 

Daniel H. Cox 

Thomas G. Roberts . . . 
Lawrence S. Adams . . 
Stuart F.Smith....... 



18 May 
18 May 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 

18 May 
...do.. 
...do.. 
17 May 
...do.. 

17 May 
...do.. 

19 May 
....do.. 

18 May 



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William G. Groesbeck . 
Richard H. Robinson. . 
William G.DuBose.... 

Ernest F. Eggert 

Joseph W. Powell 

Henry Williams 

Henry T. Wright 

GuyA.Bissett 

John E. Bailey 

Henry M. Gleason 

William McEntees 

William B, Ferguson . . 
John A. Spilman 



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CIVIL ENGINEERS. 



Name. 


Date 
of preced- 
ence. 


Name. 


Date 
of preced- 
ence. 


Name. 


Date 
of preced- 
ence. 


Mordecai T. Endicott 


13 July 68 
26 Oct. 76 
....do.... 


Charles W. Parks 


19 July 91 
6 Apr. 92 

20 May 92 
29 July 92 
29 Sept. 92 
....do .... 


Alfred C. Lewerenz 

Lyle F. Bellinger 


23 Feb. 93 


Ulysses S. G.White 

Prank O. Maxson 


Luther E. Gregory 

Homer R. Stanford 

James W.G.Walker 

Andrew C. Cunningham . 
Henry H. Rousseau 


12 Jan. 95 


Reuben E. Bakenhus 

Charles A. Wentworth. . . . 
George A. McKay 


27 Feb. 95 


Robert E. Peary 


....do.... 


27 June 96 


George Mackay 


11 Apr. 84 

15 Mar. 88 

do 


....do.... 


Richard C. Hollyday 

Adolf J. Menocal . . 


Ernest H. Brownell 

Ernest R. Gayler 


24 Oct. 96 


Fred Thomnson 


....do.... 


....do.... 


Frank T. Chambers 


19 July 91 


Leonard M Cox 


23 Feb. 93 


Paul L. Reed 


28 Oct. 96 











Note.— In cases when officers of different corps have the same date of precedence they will take rank as now 
published in the Navy Register, as follows: 



1. Line Offi.cers. 

2. Medical Officers. 

3. Pay Officers. 

4. Chaplains. 



6. Professors of Mathematics. 

6. Naval Constructors. 

7. Civil Engineers. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS. 



Name. 


Date 
of preced- 
ence. 


Name. 


Date 
of preced- 
ence. 


Name. 


Date 
of preced- 
ence. 


Harry K. White 


28 June 77 
....do.... 


Lewis C. Lucas" 


21 May 86 
24 May 86 
26 Mav 86 
29 May 86 
... do .... 


William N. McKelvey .... 

William C. Dawson 

John H. Russell 


1 June 87 


Lincoln Karmany 


Charles G. Long 


21 May 88 


Charles A Doven 


30 June 77 
....do.... 
2 July 77 
do 


Ben H. Fuller 


26 May 88 


Charles H. Laucliheimer . 
Henrv C Haines 


Robert McM. Dutton 

Edward R. Lowndes. . . 


Thomas S Borden 


do 


John T. Myers 


....do.... 


GGOFfiTP BATTlPtt 


Albertus W. Catlin 

Laurence H. Moses 

Wendell C. Neville 

Cyrus S. Radford 


22 May 86 
24 May 86 
26 May 86 
28 May 86 
30 May 86 
24 May 87 
26 May 87 
28 May 87 
30 May 87 


Theodore H. Low 


....do.... 


Franklin J Moses 


do 


LouisJ.Magill 


22 May 89 


Jfl.m6fl E MfthoTicv 


do 


Melville J. Shaw 


28 May 90 


Con M. Perkins 


....do.... 


Philip M. Bannon 

Newt H. Hall 


23 May 91 


Thomas C. Prince 

Joseph H. Pendleton 

John A Leieune 


29 June 78 
1 July 78 
18 May 84 
23 May 84 
3 Sept. 84 


Thomas C. Tread-'ell 

Dion Williams 


6 Sept. 21 


Henry 0. Bisset 


26 May 92 


Rufus H.Lane 


George Van Orden 


7 Sept. 93 


Eli K.Cole. 


Albert 8. McLemore 

Georare Richards 




Theodore P Kane 











Officers of the U. S. Marine Corps who are graduates of the Naval Academy take rank with officers of the^avy 
of the same rank and date of commission in accordance with their dates of precedence. 

Officers of the Marine Corps not graduates of the Naval Academy take rank with officers of the Navy of the cor- 
responding grade in accordance with their respective dates of commissions. 

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NORTH ATLANTIC FLEET. 

5. Rear-Admiml Francis J. Hiooinson, CommandiuK. 
572. Lieutenant Qeoroe R. Evans, Flag-Lieutenant. 
Fai. Lieutenant Mark L. Bristol, Aid. 

22. Rear- Admiral Joseph B. Coohlan, Commanding Caribbean Squadron. 
592. Lieutenant Benjamin W. Welub, Jr., Flag-Lieutenant. 
732. Lieutenant Francis L. Chadwick, Aid. 



kearharge (flagship of Commander in Chief). 

First-flass battle ship, 22 guns, 11,525 tons, 11,954 horse- 
power, twin screws. 
Signal 

68. Captain Joseph N. Hemphill, Commanding. 
817. Lieutenant-Commander Abraham V. Zane (fleet 

engineer). 
463. Lieutenant-Commander Albert A. Ackerman. 
636. Lieutenant William V. Pratt. 
765. Lieutenant John M. Luby. 
935. Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Henry C. Mustin. 
1149. Ensign James W. L. Clement, jr. 

1163. Ensign Cyrus W. Cole. 
1165. Ensign Lloyd S. Shapley. 

1164. Ensign Farmer Morrison. 
1193. Ensign Daniel P. Mannix. 
1214. Ensign Robert L. Berry. 

1236. Midshipman Luke E. Wright, jr. 

1327. Midshipman Benyaurd B. Wygant. 

1367. Midshipman Henry G. S. Wallace. 

1421. Midshipman William D. Puleston. 

1626. Medical Inspector Walter A. McClurg (fleet). 

1710. Passed Assistant Surgeon Frank L. Pleadwell. 

1918. Pay Inspector Charles W. Littlefleld (fleet). 

3007. Chaplain Walter G. Isaacs. 

5068. Captain of Marines Louis J. Magill. 

6166. Second Lieutenant of Marines Hamilton D. South. 

3616. Boatswain James Dowling. 

3726. Gunner Frank Rorschach. 

3726. Gunner Allan S. Mackenzie. 

3903. Chief Carpenter James Burke. 

4110. Warrant Machinist Alphonzo Gay. 

4121. Warrant Machinist Otto Johnson. 

4190. Warrant Machinist Martin Casey. 

4245. Acting Warrant Machinist George H. Paul. 

qlympia (flagship of Commander of Caribbean Squadron ) . 

Protected cruiser, 14 guns, 6,870 tons, 17,813 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

57. Captain Henry W. Lyon, Commanding. 
364. Lieutenant-Commander Willian H. Allen. 
376. Lieutenan^Commande^ Reynold T. Hall. 
667. Lieutenant Charles M. Fahs. 
620. Lieutenant Henry K. Benham. 

930. Lieutenant Hunior grade) William L. Littlefleld. 

931. Lieutenant (junior grade) Earl P. Jessop. 
1138. Ensign Edward B. Fenner. 

1187. Ensign Willis G. Mitchell. 

1336. Midshipman Arthur P. Fairfield. 

1343. Midshipman Walter N. Vernou. 

1376. Midshipman Semmes Read. 

1378. Midshipman Edwin G. Kintner. 

1628. Medical Inspector Lucien G. Heneberger. 

1778. Assistant Surgeon Paul E. McDonald. 

1945. Paymaster Walter L. Wilson. 

6066. Captain of Marines George C. Thorpe. 

3582. Acting Boatswain Gustav Sabelstrom. 

3714. Gunner Hugh Sinclair. 

3919. Carpenter f^ancis J. Harte. 

164 



Signal 

No. 
4119. Warrant Machinist Arthur Cottrell. 
4198. Acting Warrant Machinist Murray S. HoUowav. 
4233. Acting Warrant Machinist David C. Young. 
4244. Acting Warrant Machinist William O. Gray. 



ALABAMA. 



First-class battle ship, 18 guns, 11,626 tons, 11,366 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

42. Captain Charles H. Davis, Commanding. 

319. Lieutenant-Commander Stacy Potts. 

369. Lieutenant-Commander Richard Henderson. 

469. Lieutenant-Commander William C. P. Muir. 

603. Lieutenant Lewis J. Clark. 

504. Lieutenant Theodore G. Dewey. 

619. Lieutenant Samuel S. Robinson. 

729. Lieutenant Thomas S. Wilson. 

741. Lieutenant Richard S. Douglas. 
1142. Ensign Paul B. Dungan. 
1184. Ensira Charles P. Snyder. 
1237. Midshipman George B. Landenberger. 
1337. Midshipman Edward E. Spaflord. 

1366. Midshipman George F. Blair. 

1367. Midshipman John J. Hannigan. 
1380. Midshipman James Reed, jr. 
1633. Surgeon Frank Anderson. 

1708. Passed Assistant Surgeon William M. Wheeler. 

1946. Paymaster Willis B.Wilcox. 

3016. Chaplain Louis P. Rennolds. 

6086. Captain of Marines James C. Breckinridge. 

6173. Second Lieutenant of Marines James K. Tracy. 

3681. Boatswain Belmar H. Shepley. 

3767. Gunner Charles Hierdahl. 

3768. Gunner Thomas S. Aveson. 
3927. Carpenter Charles S. Taylor. 
4173. Warrant Machinist Joel T. Biggs. 
4178. Warrant Machinist Joseph J. Duffy. 

4218. Acting Warrant Machinist Harlan B. Heath. 
4242. Acting Warrant Machinist James M. Ober. 



Protected cruiser, 8 guns, 3,000 tons, 4,030 horsepower, , 
single screw. I 

152. Commander William H. Turner, Commanding. 

361. Lieutenant-Commander John T. Newton. 

415. Lieutenant-Commander William L. Burdick. 

467. Lieutenant Harry Hall. 

694. Lieutenant Harry E. Smith. i 

718. Lieutenant Edward S. Kellogg. I 

1147. Ensign Hilary H. Royall. ' 

1152. Ensign Herbert H. Evans. 
1167. Ensign James R. Combe. 
1190. Ensign Edward S. Jackson. 
1673. Surgeon Manley F. Gates. 

1976. Passed Assistant Paymaster Harrison L. Robins. 
6115. First Lieutenant of Marines Richard G. McConnell. 
3668. Boatswain Rudolph C. Mehrtens. 
8780. Acting Gunner John J. Murray. ; 



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Signal 

No. 
3950. Carpenter Frederick J. Simmonds. 
4117. Warrant Machinist George O. Uttlefield. 
4139. Warrant Machinist Francis D. Bums. 
4161. Warrant Machinist William R. Quinn. 
4217. Acting Warrant Machinist Evan B. ThompHon. 

ILLINOIS. 

First-class battle ship, 18 guns, 11^525 tons, 11,366 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

45. Captain George A. ConTcrse, Commanding. 
331. Lieutenant-Commander Nathaniel R. Usher. 
347. lieutenant-Commander Walter F. Worthington. 
450. Lieutenant-Commander Thomas Snowden. 

530. Lieutenant William L. Howard. 

531. Lieutenant Wiley R. M. Field. 
642. Lieutenant Louis R. de Steiguer. 
644. Lieutenant Louis A. Kaiser. 
721. Lieutenant Frank H. Clark, jr. 
731. Lieutenant Orton P. Jackson. 

794. Lieutenant Munior grade) John V. Klemann. 

913. Lieutenant (junior grade) Andrew £. Kalbach. 
1304. Midshipman Ernest J. King. 
1321. Midshipman Harold E. Cook. 
1332. Midshipman Roger Williams. 
1334. Midshipman Charles L. Brufl. 
1381. Midshipman William L. Pryor. 
1393. Midshipman Ix)uis B. Porterfield. 
1402. Midshipman Frank D. Hall. 
1415. Midshipman Frank B. Freyer. 
1424. Midshipman William J. Moses. 
1760. Assistant Surgeon Robert E. Ledbetter. 
5072. Captain of Marines Henry W. Carpenter. 
5163. Second Lieutenant of Marines Edward B. Man- 
waring. 
3508. Chief Boatswain William Anderson. 
3715. Gunner Frank L. Hoagland. 
3756. Gunner John Kenyon. 
3901. Chief Carpenter Luther L. Martin. 
4194. Acting Warrant Machinist Harry Desmond. 
4214. Acting Warrant Machinist Jannis V. Jacobsen. 
4228. Acting Warrant Machinist Ellwood W. Andrews. 
4240. Acting Wacrant Machinist Daniel C. Beach. 



First-class battle ship, 16 guns, 10,288 tons, 9,738 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

70. Captain William H. Emory, Commanding. 

327. Lieutenant-Commander Aiban C. Hodgson. 

351. Lieutenant-Commander Edgar T. Warburton. 

418. Lieutenant-Commander Harry Kimmall. 

637. Lieutenant George R. Marvell. 

661. Lieutenant William K. Harrison. 

665. Lieutenant Lucius A. Bostwick. 

776. Lieutenant Walter S. Turpin. 

914. Lieutenant (junior grade) Edward T. Fitzgerald. 
1112. Ensign Edward W. Mclntyre. 
1181. Ensign Zachariah H. Madison. 
1342. Midshipman Edward C. Hammer, jr. 
1356. Midshipman Owen H. Oakley. 
1398. Midshipman Richard Wainwright, jr. 
1408. Midshipman Robert Henderson. 
1646. Surgeon Henry T. Percy. 
1951. Paymaster Richard Hatton. 
3536. Boatswain Emil H. Eycke. 
3724. Gunner Franklin T. Applegate. 
3951. Carpenter Matthew B. Pollock. 
4111. Warrant Machinist Edward A. Manck. 
4172. Warrant Machinist Bernard Gebhardt. 
4225. Acting Warrant Machinist Rasmus Iversen. 



pi^rst-class battle ship, 18 guns, 11,340 tons, 12,105 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

54. Captain Thomas Perry, Commanding. 
304. Lieutenant-Commander George H. Peters. 
382. Lieutenant-Commander Augustus F. Fechteler. 
550. Lieutenant Roger Welles, jr. 
563. Lieutenant George R. Slocum. 
566. Lieutenant John P. McGuinness. 
680. Lieutenant Milton E. Reed. 
723. Lieutenant Edward H. Campbell. 
772. Lieutenant Roscoe C. Bulmer. 
1312. Midshipman Charles W. Fisher, jr. 



Signal 

1314. 
1345. 
1346. 
1353. 
1630. 
1702. 
1912. 
5051. 
5162. 
3590. 
3738. 
3960. 
4134. 
4154. 
4205. 



Midshipman James L. Ackerson. 

Midshipman Percy W. Foote. 

Midshipman Orie W. Fowler. 

Midshipman Guy Whitlock. 

Medical Inspector Samuel H. Dickson. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Charles P. Kindlcberger. 

Pay Inspector Samuel P. Colhoun. 

Captain of Marines Albert S. McLamore. 

Second Lieutenant of Marines Edward A Greene. 

Acting Boatswain John A. Ebcrwine. 

Gunner (George Charette. 

Carpenter Harry L. Demarest. 

Warrant Machinist Robert T. Scott. 

Warrant Machinist Angus G. Bates. 

Acting Warrant Machinist Ernest Evans. 



Fint-class battle ship, 20 guns, 12,500 tons, 16,000 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

77. Captain Eugene H. C. Leutze, Commanding. 

398. Lieutenant-Commander Thomas S. Rodgers. 

416. Lieutenant-Commander Frank W. Bartlett. 

435. Lieutenant-Commander Le Roy M. Garrett. 

548. Lieutenant Albert M. Beecher. 

666. Lieutenant William A. Moffett. 

673. Lieutenant Arthur L. Willaid. 

678. Lieutenant Harry H. Caldwell. 

693. Lieutenant James F. Carter. 

907. Lieutenant Jonas H. Holden. 

917. Lieutenant (junior grade) Wat T. Cluverius. 
1166. Ensign Alexander F. H. Yates. 
1308. Midshipman Byron A. Long. 
1317. Midshipman Adolphus Andrews. 
1325. Midshipman Rufus S. Manley. ^ 

1329. Midshipman Caspar Goodrich. 
1635. Surgeon William R. Du Bose. 
1950. Paymaster Joseph J. Cheatham. 
5049. Captain of Marines Dion Williams. 
5196. Second Lieutenant Alonzo C. Baker. 
3528. Boatswain August Ohmsen. 
3711. Chief Gunner Michael W. Gihnartin. 
3777. Acting Gunner Thomas P. Clark. 
3921. Carpenter Joel D. Griffen. 
4191. Warrant Machinist Richard B. Smith. 
4200. Acting Warrant Machinist Michael A. Rossiter. 
4222. Acting Warrant Machinist George Mellen. 
4246. Acting Warrant Machinist William P. Little. 

MARIETTA. 

Comix)8ite gunboat, 6 guns, 1,000 tons, l,a')4 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

209. Lieutenant-Commander Samuel W. B. Diehl, Com- 
manding. 

475. Lieutenant Louis S. Van Duzer. 
1107. Ensign Henry C. Dinger. 
1114. Ensign William P. Cronan. 
1162. Ensign Harry L. Brinser. 
1196. Ensign Hollis T. Winston. 
1767. Assistant Surgeon Charles G. Smith. 
2024. Assistant Paymaster Walter A. Greer. 

MASSACHUSBTTS. 

First-class battle ship, 16 guns, 10,288 tons, 10,403 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

66. 

805. 

407. 

420. 

621. 

645. 

725. 
1110. 
1121. 
1160. 
1217. 
1315. 
1320. 
1326. 
1341. 
1639. 
1947. 
8006. 



Captain Henry N. Manney, Commanding. 
Lieutenant-Commander Bradley A. Fiske. 
Lieutenant-Commander Roy C. Smith. 
Lieutenant-Commander John L. Gow. 
Lieutenant Charles F. Hughes. 
Lieutenant William C. Cole. 
Lieutenant Charles J. Lang. 
En.sign Louis Shane. 
Ensign Clarence A. Abele. 
Ensign Adolphus E. Watson. 
Ensign Ward K. Wortman. 
Midshipman Raymond S. Keyes. 
Midshipman Holden C. Richardson. 
Midshipman John P. Jackson. 
Midshipman Lewis S. Cox, jr. 
Surgeon John M. Steele. 
Paymaster William J. Littell. 
Chaplain Carroll Q. Wright. 



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SiniAl 

5078. Captain of Marities Harry Lee. 

5167. Second Lieutenant (if Marines Theodore Honell. 

35H0. BoaUwain William Junwchka. 

3718. Gunner Leonard J. G. Kuhlwein. 

3792. Acting Gunner Humboldt J. I*almer. 

SM9. Carpenter Herbert G. Elkinn. 

41(}2. Warrant Machinist Charles G. Nelson. 

4168. Warrant Machinist William F. Mulllnix. 

4188. Warrant Machinist Louis Amc. 

4196. AcUng Warrant Machinist Cliarles H. Gilhuley. 

PANTHER. 

Cruiser (converted), 8 guns, 4,260 tons, single screw. 

145. Commander John C. Wilson, Commanding. 

:W5. Lieutenant-Commander James I*. Parker. 

506. Lieutenant John A. Hoogewerff. 

599. Lieutenant Edward H. Durell. 

770. Lieutenant Charles 8. B(X>k waiter. 
1122. Knslgn Thomas L. Johnson. 
1209. Ensign William 8. Case. 
1670. Surgeon George B. Wilson. 
2003. Assistant Paymaster Charles W. Eliasnn. 
3017. Chaplain Joseph F. McGrail. 
&')63. Boatswain Charles H. Bullock. 
3.^)84. Boatswain Gustav Freudendorf. 
3787. Gunner Herbert A. Nevins. 
3798. Acting Gunner George A. Messing. 
3967. Acting Carpenter Robert H. Neville. 
4186. Warrant Machinist Joseph E. Venable. 
4210. Warrant Machinist Clarence R. Johnson. 

POTOMAC. 

Tug, a 4 guns, 677 tons, 2,000 horsepower, single screw. 

717. Lieutenant Benjamin B. McCormick, Commanding. 
3551. Boatswain Ernest V. Sandstrom. 

SCORPION. 

Gunboat, 8 guns, 850 tons, 2,800 horsepower, twin screws. 

356. Lieutenant-Commander Clifford J. Boush, Com- 
manding. 
543. Lieutenant Alexander S. Halstead. 



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968. Lieutenant Roland I. Cnrtin. 
1780. Assistant 8urgeon Archibald H. Fauntleroy. 



I Second-class battle ship, 8 guns, 6,315 tons, 8,610 horse- 
I power, twin screws. 

67. Captain William T. Swinburne, Commanding. 
400. Lieutenant-Commander John G. Quinby. 
' 510. Lieutenant Kenneth McAlpine. 
■ 625. Lieutenant Herman O. Sticicney. 
636. Lieutenant Louis M. Nulton. 
953. Lieutenant (junior grade) Gilbert Chase. 
I 1144. Ensign Joseph K. Taussig. 
1158. Ensign John W. Greenslade. 
1 165. Ensign Charles £. Morgan. 
1632. Sui^eon Howard E. Ames. 
1941. Paymaster Ziba W. Reynolds. 
5176. Second Lieutenant of Marines Berton W. Sibley. 
3518. Boatswain Samuel W. Gardner. 
3719. Gunner William A. Cable. 
3905. Chief Carpenter John 8. Waltemeyer. 
4169. Warrant Machinist James L. Baarc. 
4*223. Acting Warrant Machinist Henry H. Walker. 
4243. Acting Warrant Machinist William E. B. Grant. 



Converted gunboat, a4 guns, 806 tons, 1,250 horsepower, 
single screw. 

i 364. Lieutenant-Commander Walter McLean, Command- 
ing. 
' 795. Lieutenant William R. Cushman. 
' 1349. Midshipman Theodore A. Kittinger. 
I 1771. Assistant Surgeon Royal- R. Richardson. 

\ SPECIAL MARINE DETACHMENT, NORTH ATLANTIC FLEET. 

! 5107. First Lieutenant Leof M. Harding. 

I 5143. Second Lieutenant Charles T. Westcott. 

< 1718. Passed As.sistant Surgeon Edgar Thompson. 



PACIFIC SQUADRON. 

4. Rear-Admiral Silas Casey, Commanding. 
362. Lieutenant-Commander Benjamin Tappan, Flag Lieutenant 
959. Lieutenant (junior grade) Henry N. Jenson, Aid. 



new YORK (flagship). 

Armored cruiser, 18 guns, 8,200 tons, 17,401 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

59. Captain Morris R. S. Mackenzie, Commanding. 

325. Lieutenant-Commander Isaac S. K. Reeves. 

507. Lieutenant Edward E. Capehart. 

675. Lieutenant Clark D. Stearns. 

70y. Lieutenant Powers Symington. 

754. Lieutenant Simon P. Fullinwider. 

797. Lieutenant (iunior grade) Walter R. Gherardi. 

958. Lieutenant (junior grade) Albert H. McCarthy. 
1172. Ensign Alfred W. Johnson. 
1336. Midshipman John C. Fremont, jr. 
1622. Medical Inspector Daniel N. Bertolette (fleet). 
1709. Passed Assistant Surgeon Middleton S. Elliott. 
1917. Pay Inspector Hiram E. Drury. 
3010. Chaplain John P. S. Chidwick. 
5101. First Lieutenant of Marines Dickinson P. Hall. 
3521. Boatswain Philip Mullen. 
3772. Gunner Thomas Smith. 
3913. Chief Carpenter Joseph B. Fletcher. 
4109. Warrant Machinist Herbert E. Kershaw. 4144. 

4135. Warrant Machinist John Dexter. 4175. 

415L Warrant Machinist Emmanuel A. Saivator. 1 4176. 



4181. Warrant Machinist Jacobus J. Corino. 

4221. Acting Warrant Machinist Joseph J. Burgess. 



Protected cruiser, 8 guns, 3,000 tons, 4,030 horsepower 
single screw. 

139. 

330. 

412. 

425. 

600. 
1135. 
1179. 
1229. 
1230. 
1712. 
1993. 
5121. 
3541. 
3721. 



Commander Charles P. Perkins, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander Charles Laird. 

Lieutenant-Commander Richard M. Hughes. 

Lieutenant-Commander Geoige E. Burd. 

Lieutenant Archibald H. Scales. 

Ensign Thomas L. Stitt. 

Ensign Charles W. Forman. 

Ensign Edwin H. Dodd. 

Ensign Charles P. Huff. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Daniel H. Morgan. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Jonathan Brooks. 

First Lieutenant of Marines Jay M. Salladay. 

Boatswain Charles J. Christianson. 

Gunner Charles B. Babson. 

Carpenter Joseph F. McCole. 

Warrant Machinist William J. Powell. 

Warrant Machinist Arthur D. Catherwood. 

Warrant Machinist William G. Hall. 



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MARBLEHBAD. 

Unprotected cruiser, 10 giiDs, 2,089 tons, 6,461 honepower, 

twin screws. 
Signal 

156. Ck>minander Thomas S. Phelps, Ck>iiimanding. 

430. Lieutenant-Commander Augustus C. Almy. 

544. Lieutenant James E. Palmer. 
1127. Ensign Qeorge C. Sweet. 
1154. Ensign John £. Lewis. 
1178. Ensign Ralph £. Pope. 
1313. Midshipman John T. Burwell. 
1724. Passed Assistant Surgeon Eugene J. Grow. 
1967. Passed Assistant Paymaster Grey Skipwith. 
4102. Warrant Machinist Edward H. Campbell. 



RANGER. 

Cruiser, 6 guns, 1,020 tons, 500 horsepower, single screw. 
Signal 

132. Commander William P. Potter, Commanding. 

391. Lieutenant-Commander Horace W. Harrison. 
1128. Ensign Yancey S. Williams. 
1225. Ensign Edison E. Scranton. 
1323. Midshipman John H. Walfth. 
1344. Midshipman Wallace Bertholf. 
1759. Assistant Surgeon Macomb K. Elmer. 
2009. Assistant Paymaster Perry G. Kennard. 



ASLA.TIC FLEET. 

11. Rear-Admiral Robley D. Evans, Commanding. 
541. Lieutenant Frederick L. Chapin, Fla^ Lieutenant. 
604. Lieutenant Thomas Washington, Aid. 
1128. Ensign Frank T. Evans, Aid. 



KENTUCKY (flagship of Commander-in-Chief). 

First-class battle ship, 22 gims, 11,525 tons, 12,318 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

55. Captain Charles H. Stockton, Commanding. 

367. Lieutenant-Commander Charles A. Gove. 

451. Lieutenant-Commander Martin Bevington (fleet 
engineer). 

508. Lieutenant Henry B. Wilson. 

611. Lieutenant Carlo B. Brittain. 

613. Lieutenant William M. Crose. 

728. Lieutenant William E. Gisf^. 

747. Lieutenant Ridley McLean. 

759. Lieutenant William P. Scott. 
1207. Ensign Stafford H. R. Doyle. 
1375. Midshipman Roe R. Adams. 
1379. Midshipman Harry A. Baldridge. 
1382. Midshipman George J. Meyers. 
1388. Midshipman Leroy Brooks, jr. 
1391. Midshipman Francis S. Whitten. 
1397. Midshipman James P. Lannon. 

1403. Midshipman David A. Weaver. 

1404. Midshipman Neil £. Nichols. 
1406. Midshipman Charles W. Earlv. 
1640. Surgeon James E. Gardner (fleet). 
1919. Pay Inspector William W. Gait (fleet). 
3018. Chaplain Charles M. Charlton. 

5075. Captain of Marines Charles G. Andresen. 

3515. Boatswain Francis E. Larkin. 

3722. Gunner Otto Fries. 

3925. Carpenter Timothy E. Eiley. 

4145. Warrant Machinist Martin J. Clancy. 

4146. Warrant Machinist Oscar Berentson. 
4174. Warrant Machinist George C. Ellerton. 
4207. Acting Warrant Machinist George H. Paul. 

ANNAPOLIS. 

uns, 1,000 tons, 1,227 horsepower 
ogle screw. 



Composite gunboat, 6 j 



168. Commander Edward M. Hughes, Commanding. 

502. Lieutenant John F. Luby. 

782. Lieutenant Clarence England. 
1232. Ensign Hugo W. Osterhaus. 
1309. Midshipman Alfred G. Howe. 
1319. Midshipman Thomas R. Kurtz. 
1373. Midshipman Gilford Darst. 
1766. Assistant Surgeon Allen E. Peck. 
2027. Assistant Paymaster Donald W. Nesbit. 

ALBAY. 

Gunboat, a 3 guns, 150 tons, 125 horsepower, twin screws. 

799. Lieutenant (junior grade) James E. Walker, Com- 
manding. 
1412. Midshipman Joseph O. Fisher. 



CALLAO. 

Gunboat, 200 tons, 250 horsepower, twin screw, 6 guns. 

526. Lieutenant Edwin A. Anderson, Commanding. 

1369. Midshipman Frank W. Steriing. 

CELTIC. 

Supply ship, 6,428 tons, 1,890 horsepower, single screw. 

440. Lieutenant-Commander William A. Gill, Command- 
ing. 
971. Lieutenant (junior grade) Irwin F. Landis. 
1779. Assistant Surgeon Louis W. Bishop. 
1983. Passed Assistant Paymaster George R. Venable. 
3585. Acting Boatswain Heinrich Seedorf . 
4143. Warrant Machinist George B. Coleman. 

DON JUAN DE AUSTRIA. 

Gunboat, 4 guns, 1,159 tons, 1,500 horsepower, single 
screw. 

161. Commander Daniel D. V. Stuart, Commanding. 

387. Lieutenant-Commander Herbert O. Dunn. 

579. Lieutenant Webster A. Edgar. 
1228. Midshipman Stanley Woods. 
1340. Midshipman Frank R. McCrary. 
1364. Midshipman John V. Babcock. 

1370. Midshipman John W. Woodruff. 
1377. Midshipman Clayton M. Simmers. 
1742. Assistant Surgeon Joseph A. Murphy. 
2016. Assistant Paymaster John F. Hatch. 



Gunboat, 560 tons, 600 horsepower, twin screw. 

379. Lieutenant-Commander Albert G. Winterhalter, 
Commanding. 

764. Lieutenant Frank Lyon. 
1396. Midshipman Walter G. Diman. 
1764. Assistant Surgeon John M. Brister. 
2015. Assistant Paymaster Thomas D. Harris. 



Gunboat, o 4 guns, 607 tons, 550 horsepower, single screw. 

787. Lieutenant Frank P. Baldwin, Commanding. 
1192. Ensign Henry L. Wyman. 
1420. Midshipman Earl P. Finney. 
1747. Assistant Surgeon Henry A. Dunn. 



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GENERAL ALAVA. 

Transport, a 4 guns, 1,400 tons, 770 horsepower, single 

screw. 
Signal 

545. Lieutenant Harry A. Field, Commanding. 
1208. Ensign William K. Riddle. 
1218. Ensign Hayne Ellis. 
1885. Midshipman Andrew A. Peterson. 



Refrigerator ship, a 3 guns, 7,000 tons, single screw. 

130. Ck)mmander Arthur B. Speyers, Commanding. 

676. Lieutenant William W. Gilmer. 
1769. Assistant Surgeon John F. Murphy. 
1999. Assistant Paymaster Victor S. Jackson 
&%7. Boatswain Percy Herbert. 
3576. Boatswain Arthur Smith. 
S-We. Boatswain Joseph Clancy. 
3594. Acting Boatswain William Martin. 
4159. Warrant Machinist Lemuel T. Cooper. 



Light-draft gunboat, 8 guns, 1,392 tons, 1,968 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

109. Commander Royal R. Ingersoll, Commanding. 

570. Lieutenant Harrison A. Bispham. 

628. Lieutenant Herbert G. Gates. 
1210. Ensign William N. Jeffers. 
1231. Midshipman Charles R. Train. 
1390. Midshipman William W. Smith. 
1409. Midshipman Julius C. Townsend. 
1743. Assistant Surgeon John T. Kennedy. 
2006. Assistant Paymaster George W. Pigman, jr. 



Distilling ship, 6,100 tons, 1,800 horsepower, single 
screw. 

726. Lieutenant Henry B. Price, Commanding. 
3566. Boatswain John McCarthy. 
3797. Acting Gunner David B. Vassie. 
4189. Warrant Machinist John J. Horan. 
4215. Acting Warrant Machinist Patrick Feman. 



ISLA DE CUBA. 



Gunboat, 6 guns, 1,0 



) tons, 2,627 horsepower, twin 
screws. 



307. Lieutenant-Commander John F. Parker, Command- 
ing. 

477. Lieutenant William J. Maxwell. 

804. Lieutenant (junior grade) Kenneth M. Bennett. 
1235. Midshipman Clarence £. Landram. 
1339. Midshipman John H. Furse. 

1347. Midshipman John F. Green. 
1422. Midshipman Merritt S. Coming. 
1774. Assistant Surgeon George M. Mayers. 
2023. Assistant Paymaster Edward T. Hoopes. 

MONADNOCK. 

Double-turret monitor, 6 guns, 3,990 tons, 3,000 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

165. Commander Dennis H. Mahan, Commanding. 
580. Lieutenant Joseph W. Oman. 
746. Lieutenant Irwin V. Gillis. 
1226. Ensign John W. Schoeniield. 

1348. Midshipman Frank McCommon. 
1351. Midshipman William H. Allen. 
1770. Assistant Surgeon William Seaman. 
2006. Assistant Paymaster John D. Robnett. 
3768. Gunner Robert E. Simonson. 

3932. Carpenter Charles Thompson. 
4138. Warrant Machinist William C. Dronberger. 
4216. Acting Warrant Machinist George W. Johnson. 
4236. Acting Wanant Machinist WUliam E. Stiles. 



MONOCACY. 

Light-draft gunboat, 6 guns, 1,370 tons, 850 horsepower, 

paddle. 
Signal 

389. Lieutenant-Commander George W. Denfeld, Com- 
manding. 

775. Lieutenant Robert W. McNeely. 
1666. Surget/U Hatton N. T. Harris. 
2020. Assistant Paymaster William R. Bowne. 
3799. Acting Gunner William H. Walker. 
4234. Acting Warrant Machinist Cornelius J. Collins. 

MONTEREY. 

Barbette turret, low free-board monitor, 4 guns, 4,084 
tons, 6,244 horsepower, twin screws. 

114. Commander Franklin J. Drake, Commanding. 

401. Lieutenant-Commander James H. Glennon. 

460. Lieutenant-Commander Samuel H. Leonard, jr 

774. Lieutenant Roscoe Spear. 
1197. Ensign Frederick R. Naile. 
1354. Midshipman John Downs, jr. 
1654. Surgeon Victor C. B. Means. 
2002. Assistant Paymaster Charles R. O'Leary. 
3769. Gunner Benjamin P. Middleton. 
4196. Acting Warrant Machinist Rufus G. Van Ness. 
4231. Acting Warrant Machinist Lee Grossenbaker. 
4241. AcUng Warrant Machinist Wamick J. Sedgiwck. 

NEW ORLEANS. 

Protected cruiser, 10 guns, 3,437 tons, 7,500 horsepower, 
twin screws. 



431. 
524. 

751, 
1188. 
1219. 
1224. 
1386. 



5080, 
3542. 
3761. 
3959. 
4101. 
4103. 
4114. 
4164. 



Captain Charles S. Sperry, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander John Hood. 

Lieutenant Charles E. Rommel. 

Lieutenant John T. Tompkins. 

Ensign John J. Hyland. 

Ensign Frank D. Berrien. 

Ensign Bayard T. Bulmer. 

Midshipman Donald C. Bingham. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Middleton S. Guest. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Charles Conard. 

Captain of Marines Frederick H. Delano. 

Boatswain Peter E. RadclifTe. 

Gunner Lewis E. Bruce. 

Carpenter Harry L. Olmsted. 

Warrant Machinist Charles W. Densmore. 

Warrant Machinist Elmer A. Blackwell. 

Warrant Machinist Charles L. Philips. 

Warrant Machinist Kellum D. Grant. 



First-class battle ship, 16 guns, 10,288 tons, 11,111 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

62. Captain William T. Burwell, Commanding. 

390. Lieutenant-CommanderAlbert W. Grant. 

427. Lieutenant-Commander John E. Craven. 

471. Lieutenant-Commander Thomas W. Kinkaid. 

738. Lieutenant Frank B. Upham. 

743. Lieutenant Emmet R. Pollock. 

766. Lieutenant Arthur G. Kavanagh. 

798. Lieutenant (iunior grade) James J. Raby. 

916. Lieutenant (iunior grade) Charles M. Tozer. 

921. Lieutenant (iunior grade) Thomas A. Kearney. 

950. Lieutenant (junior grade) Luther M. Overstreet. 
1198. Ensign Emil P. Svarz. 
1372. Midshipman Emory S. Land. 
1374. Midshipman Franklin W.Osburn. 
1383. Midshipman Edward J. Marquart. 
1399. Midshipman Frank C. Martin. 
1414. Midshipman John H. Blackburn. 
1418. Midshipman Roscoe C. Davis. 
1423. Midshipman Charles S. Kerrick. 
1671. Surgeon Charles F. Stokes. 
1953. Paymaster Harry E. Biscoe. 
5055. Captain of Marines John H. Russell. 
5175. Second Lieutenant of Marines Arthur J. O'Leary. 



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Signal 

3527. Boatswain Patrick J. Kane. 

37%. Acting Gunner Thomas J. Hurd. 

3917. Carpenter George Helms. 

4126. Warrant Machinist Charles Hammond. 

4128. Warrant Machinist Daniel Mullan. 

4212. Acting Warrant Machinist William James. 

4219. Acting Warrant Machinist Frank Risser. 

PI8CATAQUA. 

Tug, a 4 guns, 631 tons, 1,600 horsepower, single screw. 

333. Lieutenant-Commander Fidelio S. Carter, Com- 
manding. 
3556. Boatswain Frederick Muller. 
4208. Acting Warrant Machinist Charles 8. Joyce. 

PRINCETON. 

Composite gunboat, 6 guns, 1,000 tons, 800 horsepower, 
single screw. 

125. Commander James R. Selfridge, Commanding. 

529. Lieutenant Albert L. Key. 

762. Lieutenant Fritz L. Sandoz. 
im. Ensign Arthur B. Keating. 
1201. Ensign Julius F. Hellweg. 
1352. Midsnipman Joseph L. Hileman. 
1400. Midshipman Ralph P. Craft. 
1416. Midshipman Carlos Bean. 
1773. Assistant Surgeon Jesse W. Backus. 
1974. Passed Assistant Paymaster William A. Merritt. 

QUIBOS. 

Gunboat, a 2 gruns, 400 tons, 208 horsepower, single screw. 

594. Lieutenant Levi C. Bertolette, Commanding. 
1371. Midshipman James O. Richardson. 
1413. Midshipman William T. Conn, jr. 



Cruiser, 6,206 tons, 1,800 horsepower, single screw. 

187. Commander Sidney A. Staunton, Commanding. 

312. Lieutenant-Commander William R. A. Rooney. 

605. Lieutenant Francis Bough ter. 

631. Lieutenant Nathan C. Twining. 

756. Lieutenant Stgphen V. Graham. 
1171. Ensign Edgar B. Larimer. 
1183. Ensign Francis Martin. 
1213. Ensign Charles B. Freeman. 
1387. Midshipman Ralph M. Griswold. 
1389. Midshipman Robert Wallace, jr. 
1691. Passed Assistant Surgeon Charles M. De Valin. 
1989. Passed Assistant Paymaster McGill R. Golds- 
borough. 
5131. First Lieutenant of Marines John W. Wadleigh. 
36(M. Acting Boatswain Roland P. Teel. 
3727. Gunner Herbert Campbell. 
3%1. Carpenter Charles S. Kendall. 



Signal 

4197. Acting Warrant Ma(3hinist Clarence M. Wingate. 
4213. Acting Warrant Machinist Charles W. Jackson. 
4227. Acting Warrant Machinist Charles C. Holland. 

8AMAR. 

Gunboat, a 4 guns, 200 tons, 250 horsepower, twin screws. 

722. Lieutenant Eugene L. Bisset, Commanding. 
1220. Ensign James H. Comfort. 

yiCKSBUBQ. 

Composite gunboat, 6 guns, 1,000 tons, 1,118 horsepower, 
single screw. 

128. Commander (Jottfried Blocklinger, Commanding. 
688. Lieutenant Horace G. MacFarland. 
7%. Lieutenant (junior grade) Henry V. Butler. 
1191. Ensign William F. Bricker. 

1360. Midshipman Guy W. S. Castle. 
1368. Midshipman Horace 8. Klyce. 
1407. Midshipman Otto C. Dowling. 
1744. Assistant Surgeon Karl Ohnesorg. 
2007. Assistant Paymaster Stewart Rhodes. 
2029. Assistant Paymaster John S. Higgins. 

WILMINGTON. 

Light-draft gunboat, 8 guns, 1,392 tons, 1,894 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

147. Commander Uriah R. Harris, Commanding. 

528. Lieutenant James G. Doyle. 
1140. Ensign Ernest A. Weichert. 
1156. Ensign Samuel I. M. Major. 
1392. Midshipman Gilbert J. Rowcliff. 
1417. Midshipman Oscar F. Cooper. 
1697. Passed Assistant Surgeon Edward M. Shipp. 
1772. Assistant Surgeon Frederick A. Asserson. 
2013. Assistant Paymaster Christian J. Peoples. 

WOMPATUCK. 

Tug, a 2 guns, 462 tons, G50 horsepower, single screw. 

3579. Boatswain James Laven, Commanding. 
3603. Acting Boatswain Edward Allen. 

YORKTOWN. 

Gunboat, 6 guns, 1,710 tons, 3,392 horsepower, twin 
screws. 

185. Commander Aaron Ward, Commanding. 

472. Lieutenant William H. Allderdice. 

568. Lieutenant Charles S. Stanworth. 

734. Lieutenant Percy N. Olmstead. 

755. Lieutenant Lewis B. Jones. 
1195. Ensign Charles T. Wade. 
1204. Ensign John D. Walnwright. 
1216. Ensign Robert A. Abernathy. 
1233. Ensign Robert T. Menner. 

1361. Midshipman Garrard P. Nightingale. 

1690. Passed Assistant Surgeon Joseph A. Guthrie. 
2021. Assistant Paymaster Rishwortn Nicholson. 



EUROPEAN SQUADRON. 

21. Rear-Admiral Abent S. Cbowninshield, Commanding. 
712. Lieutenant Henry H. Ward, Flag Lieutenant. 
750. Lieutenant Charles Webster, Aid. 



CHICAGO (flagship). 

Protected cruiser, 18 guns, 5,000 tons, 9,000 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

58. Captain James H. Dayton, Commanding. 
343. Lieutenant-Commander Harry M. Hodges. 
386. Lieutenant-Commander Ben W. Hodees. 
409. Lieutenant-Commander Robert S. Griflan. 
519. Lieutenant Spencer S. Wood. 
596. Lieutenant Edward Moale, jr. 



735. Lieutenant John R. Brady. 

778. Lieutenant William S. Whitted. 

793. Lieutenant (junior grade) David W. Todd. 
1215. Ensign Herbert C. Coclce. 
1234. Ensign Benjamin G. Barthalow. 
1384. Midshipman James P. Murdock. ^ 

1401. Midshipman Adolphus Staton. 
1405. Midshipman James A. Campbell, jr. 
1623. Medical Inspector Ezra Z. Derr (fleet). 
1683. Surgeon Norman J. Blackwood. 
1711. Passed Assistant Surgeon Dudley N. Carpenter. 



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Siimal 

1915. Pay Iiupector John N. Speel (fleet). 

1928. Payinaster Thomas J. Cowie. 

5095. First Lieutenant of Marines William H. Clifford, jr. 

3510. Chief Boatswain Stephen McCarthy. 

3709. Chief Gunner Joel C. Evans. 

4147. Warrant Machinist John T. Pennycook. 

4167. Warrant Machinist Francis P. Mugan. 

4229. Acting Warrant Machinist Rudolph A. Rung. 



Protected cruiser, 10 guns, 3,437 tons, 7,500 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

1-20. Commander John A. Rodgcrs, Commanding. 

403. Lieutenant-Commander William R. Rush. 

442. Lieutenant-Commander Harold P. Norton. 

569. Lieutenant Robert L. Russell. 

612. Lieutenant Casey B. Morgan. 

956. Lieutenant (Junior grade) Walter M. Falconer. 
1134. Ensign Walter U. Roper. 
1199. Ensign Wilbert Smith. 
1328. Midshipman Manley H. Simons. 

1410. Midshipman Wilson Brown, Jr. 

1411. Midshipman Edward C. S. Parker. 
1660. Surgeon Andrew R. Wentworth, 

1980. Passed Assistant Paymaster Frederick K. Perkin.t. 

6089. First Lieutenant of Marines Thomas F. Lyon.s. 

3572. Boatswain Louis W. Sopp. 

3735. Gunner Thomas J. Shuttle worth. 

3926. Carpenter Joseph A. O'Connor. 

4108. Warrant Machinist Theodore Meyer. 



Signal 

4127. Warrant Machinist Harold I. Lutkin. 
4160. Warrant Machinist William W. Booth. 

CINCINNATI. 

Protected cruiser, 11 guns, 3,213 tons, 10,000 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

136. Ckmunander Newton E. Mason, Commanding. 

366. Lieutenant-Commander James C. Gillmore. 

461. Lieutenant-Commander Harry Phelps. 

513. Ueutenant William W.White. 

625. Ueutenant William B. Whittelsey. 

671. Lieutenant De Witt Blamer. 
1148. Ensign Edward C. Kalbfus. 
1157. Ensign William R. Sayles, jr. 
1174. Ensign Roe W. Vincent. 
1679. Surgeon Luther S. Von Wedekind. 
1952. Paymaster Barron P. Du Bois. 

MACHIA8. 

Gunboat, 8 guns, 1,177 tons, 2,046 horsepower, twin 
screws. 

194. Commander Henry McCrea, Commanding. 

640. Lieutenant George B. Bradshaw. 
1151. Ensign William S. Miller. 
1173. Ensign Walter M. Hunt. 
1189. Ensign Samuel W. Bryant 
1202. Ensign Sinclair Gannon. 
1395. Midshipman Harold D. Childs. 
1776. Assistant Surgeon Alfred W. Balch. 
1998. Assistant Paymaster William T. Wallace. 



SOUTH ATLANTIC SQUADRON. 

8. Rear-Admiral Groros W. Sumner, Commanding. 
691. Lieutenant Adblbbbt Althouse, Flag Lieutenant. 
803. Lieutenant (Junior grade) Casbius B. Barnes, Aid. 



NEWARK (flagsMp). 

Protected cruiser, 12 guns, 4,098 tons, 8,869 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

112. Commander Richard Wainwright, Commanding. 

322. Lieutenant-Commander Albert B. Willits (fleet 
engineer). 

428. Lieutenant-Commander James H. Hetherington. 

522. Lieutenant William H. Chambers. 

574. Lieutenant Charles M. McCormick. 

663. Lieutenant Claude Bailey. 

696. Lieutenant George C. Day. 

904. Lieutenant (iunior grade) Ernest F. Eckhardt. 

915. Lieutenant gunior grade) Ivan C. Wettengel. 
1180. Ensign Charles B. Hatch. 
1363. Midshipman John J. Fitzpatrick. 
1688. Passed Assistant Surgeon John E. Page. 
1927. Paymaster Charles S. Williams (fleet). 
5165. Second Lieutenant of Marines Thomas M. Clinton. 
3601. Acting Boatswain Thomas M. Cassidy. 
3707. Chief Gunner Thomas M. Johnston. 
8914. Chief Carpenter Edward W. Smith. 
4118. Warrant Machinist Henry W. Biggs. 
4124. Warrant Machinist Frederick C. Lutz. 
4137. Warrant Machinist Charles H. Hosung. 

DETROIT. 

Unprotected cruiser, 10 guns, 2,089 tons, 5,227 horsepower, 
twin screw. 

177. Commander Albert C. Dillingham, Commanding. 

470. Lieutenant Edwards F. Leiper. 

706. Lieutenant Fred R. Payne. 

786. Lieutenant Charles K. Mallory. 
1161. Ensign Charles H. Fischer. 
1168. Ensign John T. Bowers. 



1366. Midshipman John M. CafTery. 

1720. Passed Assistant Surgeon John B. Dennis. 

1962. Paymaster Walter B. Izard. 

FORTUNE. 

Tug, 450 tons, 340 horsepower, single screw. 

757. Lieutenant Alfred W. Hinds, Commanding. 
3504. Chief Boatswain Patrick Haley. 
3526. Boatswain John J. Rochfort. 

GLOUCESTER. 

Gunboat (converted), a lO guns, 786 tons, 2,000 horsepower, 
single screw. 

336. Lieutenant-Commander Frank £. Beatty, Com- 
manding. 
1105. Ensign Fletcher L. Sheflield. 
1124. Ensign Edward T. Constien. 
3791. Acting Gunner Max M. Frucht. 

MONTGOMERT. 

Unprotected cruiser, 10 guns, 2,069 tons, 6,580 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

155. Commander Nathaniel J. E. Patch, Commanding. 

4'>5. Lieutenant-Commander George R. Salisbury. 

523. Lieutenant Marbury Johnston. 

534. Lieutenant Robert B. Higgins. 

571. Lieutenant Armistead Rust. 

783. Lieutenant Edwin H. De Lany. 

972. Ensign Ernest C. Keenan. 
1108. Ensign Lyman A. Gotten. 
1716. Passed Assistant Surgeon Harold H. Haas. 
2000. Assistant Paymaster John R. Sanford. 



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CULGOA. 

Supply ship, a 6,800 tons, 1,500 horsepower. 
Signal 

338. Lieutenant-Commander Robert M. Doyle, Com- 

manding. 

536. Lieutenant Ward P. Winchell. 

679. Lieutenant Henry H. Hough. 

912. Lieutenant (junior grade) Gatewood S. Lincoln. 
1238. Ensign Louis J. Connelly. 
1973. Passed Assistant Paymaster Robert H. Orr. 
4115. Warrant Machinist William R. Schofleld. 

DOLPHIN. 

Dispatch boat, 3 guns, 1,486 tons, 2,253 horsepower, single 
screw. 

339. Lieutenant-Commander George M. Stoney, Com- 

manding. 

593. Lieutenant Newton A. McCully. 

784. Lieutenant Frank H. Brumby. 

790. Lieutenant Harris Laning. 
1131. Ensign John F. Babcock. 
1698. Passed Assistant Surgeon Charles E. Rlggs. 
1970. Passed Assistant Paymaster William T. C4ray. 



Converted gunboat, a 6 guns, 434 tons, 850 horsepower, 
single screw. 

337. Lieutenant-Commander Moses L. Wood, Command- 
ing. 
1185. Ensign Carleton R. Kear. 
1331. Midshipman William S. Pye. 
1362. Midshipman William W. Galbraith 



Gunboat (converted), a 6 guns, 472 tons, 600 horsepower, 
single screw. 

476. Lieutenant Wilson W. Buchanan, Commanding. 
966. Lieutenant (junior grade) Charles T. Owens. 



Ti^, 450 tons, 340 horsepower, single screw. 

745. Lieutenant Chester Wells, Commanding. 
3729. Gunner James Donald. 



Cruiser, 2 guns, 2,6' 



MAYFLOWER. 

) tons, 4,700 horsepower, twin screws. 



384. Lieutenant-Commander Albert Gleaves, Command- 
ing. 
554. Lieutenant Hilary P. Jones, jr. 
758. Lieutenant Ernest L. Bennett. 
805. Lieutenant (junior grade) Eugene H. Watson. 



Signal 

No. 

909. Lieutenant (junior grade) Charles L. Poor. 
1102. Ensign WUliam C. Watts. 
1109. Ensign Edward Woods. 
1137. Ensign Allen Buchanan. 
1663. Surgeon Eugene P. Stone. 
1958. Paymaster John H. Merriam. 

MICHIGAN. 

Cruiser, a 6 guns, 685 tons, 365 horsepower, paddle. 

215. Lieutenant-Commander William Winder, Com- 
manding. 
1721. Passed Assistant Surgeon Ralph T. Orvis. 
3509. Chief Boatswain John Sutton. 

SOLACE. 

Hospital ship, 4,700 tons, 3,200 horsepower, single screw. 

124. Commander Frederic Singer, Commanding. 

423. Lieutenant-Commander Allen G. Rogers. 

515. Lieutenant Solon Arnold. 

908. Liijutenant (junior grade) Thomas T. Craven. 
1637. Surgeon Nelson H. Drake. 
1982. Pa.<«ed Assistant Paymaster Theodore J. .Vrms. 
6110. First Lieutenant of Marines Harold C. Snyder. 
3640. Boatswain Andrew Anderson. 
3671. Boatswain Frederick R. Hazard. 
3677. Boatswain John M. A. Shaw. 

3965. Acting Carpenter John A. Lord. 

3966. Acting Carpenter William O'Neill. 

SYLPH. 

Gunboat (converted), a 8 guns, 152 tons, 550 horsepower, 
single screw. 

689. Lieutenant Charles F. Preston, Commanding. 

WASP. 

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Gunboat (converted), a 6 guns, 630 tons, 1,800 horsepower, 
single screw. 
« 
686. Lieutenant Bion B. Bierer, Commanding. 
763. Lieutenant Leland F. James. 
1310. Midshipman George C. Westervelt. 



Converted gunboat, a 8 guns, 976 tons, 750 horsepower, 
single screw. 

207. Commander Austin M. Knight, Commanding. 

697. Lieutenant Luke McNamee. 
1350. Midshipman George F. Neal. 
1365. Midshipman Rufus F. Zogbaum, jr. 
1733. Passed Assistant Surgeon William H. Bell. 
1965. Passed Assistant Paymaster George M. Lukesh. 



TRAINING SERVICE. 



Cruiser, 6 guns, 1,375 tons, 800 horsepower, single screw. 

199. Commander Charles E. Fox, Commanding. 
520. Lieutenant Guy W. Brown. 
577. Lieutenant Robert E. Coontz. 



801. Lieutenant William H. Stand ley. 
1115. Ensign Ulysses S. Macy. 
1126. Ensign John A. Schofleld. 
1132. Ensign John S. Graham. 
1425. Midshipman George P. Brown. 
1737. Passed Assistant Surgeon Edward G. Parker. 
2030. Assistant Paymaster Ignatius T. Hagner. 



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Cruiser, 3 guns, 1,020 toiw, 600 horsepower, single Bcrew. 



148. Gamxnander William W. Kimball, Ck>mmanding. 

439. Lieutenan^Commander John B. Blish. 

603. Ueatenant Clarence M. Stone. 
1126. Eneign George T. Pettengill. 
1170. Ensign Frederick J. Home, jr. 
1176. Ensign James B. Gilmer. 
1730. Passed Assistant Surgeon Frank E. McCullongh. 



Sailing Hhip, 6 guns, 1,375 tons. 

169. Commander Samuel P. Comly, Commanding. 

546. Lieutenant Chester M. Knepper. 

711. Lieutenant Patrick W. Hourigan. 

7K8. Lieutenant William C. Davidson. 
1141. Enrign Victor A. Kimberly. 
1206. Ensign Harry K. Cage. 
1324. Midshipman John M. Enochs. 
1693. Passed Assistant Surgeon Carl De W. Brownell. 
2033. Assistant Paymaster Henry A. Wise, jr. 
3520. Boatswain John J. Holden. 
3575. Boatswain William Johnson. 
8771. Gunner Vista R. Thompson. • 

AMPHITRITE. 

Double-turret monitor, 6 guns, 3,990 tons, 1,600 horne- 
power, twin screw. 

452. Lieutenant-Commander Edwin H. Tillman, Com- 
manding. 

941. Lieutenant (junior grade) Arthur J. Hepburn. 
8568. Boatswain John D. Walsh. 
8790. Acting Gunner Loran S. Walker. 
4183. Warrant Machinist Edwin J. Cutherelh 



Cruiser, 6 guns, 6,888 tons, 3,600 horsepower, single screw. 



84. 



587. 

551. 

610. 

615. 

633. 

648. 
1652. 
2001. 
3021. 
3583. 
3587. 
3765. 
3784. 
3786. 
8954. 
4120. 
4123. 
4187. 



Captain Albert Roes, Commanding. » 

Lieutenant'Commander Harry H. Hosley. 

Lieutenant-Commander Valentine S. Nelson. 

Lieutenant Charles P. Eaton. 

Lieutenant John D. McDonald. 

Lieutenant Ashley H. Robertson. 

Lieutenant Marcus S. Miller. 

Lieutenant Thomas P. Magruder. 

Lieutenant Warren J. Terhune. 

Surgeon Lloyd W. Curtis. 

Assistant Paymaster Herbert E. Stevens. 

Chaplain John F. Fleming. 

Boatswain Michael J. J. Farley. 

Boatswain Robert Rohange. 

Gunner Stephen Donely. 

Gunner John Grady. 

Gunner Adolph Seabel. 

Carpenter William H. Squire. 

Warrant Machinist John E. Cleary. 

Warrant Machinist Richard Jeffares. 

Warrant Machinist John L. King. 



HARTFOBD. 

Cruiser, 13 guns, 2,790 tons, 2,000 horsepower, single 

screw. 
Signal 

99. Commander William H. Reeder, Commanding. 

396. Lieutenant-Commander Harry M. Dombaugh. 

655. Lieutenant Henry J. Zeigemeier. 

661. Lieutenant Charles B. McVay, jr. 

664. Lieutenant John H. Dayton. 

669. Lieutenant John R. Edie. 

683. Lieutenant Waldo Evans. 

699. Lieutenant Char.es L. Hussey. 

923. Lieutenant (junior grade) Charles E. Gilpin. 
1668. Surgeon Albert M. D. McCormlck. 
2011. Assistant Paymaster Walter T. Camp. 
3019. Chaplain Edward J. Brennan. 
3514. Boatswain Hugh Sweeney. 
3517. Boatswain John F. Brooks. 
3708. Chief Gunner Frank C. Messenger. 
3788. Acting Gunner Oscar Borgeson. 
3957. Carpenter Frederick W. Witte. 
4008. Chief Sailmaker Michael P. Barr. 
4201. Acting Warrant Machinist Peter J. Hanlon. 

LANCABTEB. 

Cruiser, 12 guns, 3,280 tons, 1,000 horsei)ower, single 
screw. 

146. 

380. 

458. 

634. 

685. 

753. 

911. 
1618. 
1954. 
3020. 



3589. 
3778. 
3779. 
3907. 
4152. 
4211. 



Cruiser, 6 guns, 1,375 tons, 800 horsepower, single screw. 

174. Commander Lewis C. Heilner, Commanding. 

368. Lieutenant-Commander De Witt Coffman. 

601. Lieutenant Ford H. Brown. 

614. Lieutenant John F. Hubbard. 

618. Lieutenant George N. Hay ward. 

676. Lieutenant Henry C. Kuenzli. 
1116. Ensign Zeno E. Briggs. 
1136. Ensign Herbert G. Sparrow. 
1732. Passed Assistant Surgeon Granville L. Angen y. 
1751. Assistant Surgeon George F. Freeman. 
2025. Assistant Paymaster Cecil S. Baker. 



Commander George P. Colvocoresses, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander John M. Orchard. 

Lieutenant- Commander Frank W. Kellogg. 

Lieutenant Sumner E. W. Kittelle. 

Lieutenant Jay H. Sypher. 

Lieutenant Provoost Babin. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Ralph Earle. 

Surgeon James D. Gatewood. 

Paymaster George G. Seibels. 

Chaplain Bower R. Patrick. 

Boatswain Martin Fritman. 

Acting Boatswain Patrick Shanahan. 

Acting Gunner Harry A. Davis. 

Gunner William G. Smith. 

Chief Carpenter Alonzo C. Burroughs. 

Warrant Machinist John T. Riley. 

Acting Warrant Machinist Ben Smith. 



Cruiser, 6 guns, 1,900 tons, 1,100 horsepower, single screw. 

144. Commander William P. Day, Commanding. 

583. Lieutenant Samuel M. Strite. 

632. Lieutenant Benjamin F. Hutchinson. 

656. Lieutenant Matt H. Signor. 
1117. Ensign William T. Tarrant. 
1186. Ensign Joseph R. Defrees. 
1203. Ensign Robert Morris. 
1212. Ensign John G. Church. 
1745. Assistant Surgeon Charles N. Fiske. 
2028. Assistant Paymaster Arthur M. Pippin. 
3574. Boatswain Daniel Moriarty. 
3774. Gunner Wilhelm H. F. Schluter. 
3966. Carpenter Walter W. Toles. 

MONONQAHELA. 

Sailing ship, 6 guns, 2,100 tons. 

173. Commander Corwin P. Rees, Commanding. 

413. Lieutenant-Commander Charles N. Atwater. 

421. Lieutenant-Commander Gteorge R. Clark. 

623. Lieutenant James H. Reid. 

716. Lieutenant Joel R. P. Pringle. 
1103. Ensign George L. Smith. 
1358. Midshipman Charles T. Hutchins, jr. 
1675. Surgeon George H. Barber. 
2032. Assistant Paymaster James 8. Beecher. 
3546. Boatswain Christopher J. Cooper. 

3592. Acting Boatswain John A. Riley. 

3593. Acting Boatswain David White. 
3763. Gunner William D. Greetham. 
3964. Carpenter Jame T.Winn. 



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PBAIRIB. 

Converted cruiser, 10 guns, 6,872 tons, 3,800 horsepower, 

single screw. 
Signal 

111. Commander Duncan Kennedy, (Commanding. 

344. Lieutenant-Ck>mmander William B. Caperton. 

638. Lieutenant John M. Ellicott. 

672. Lieutenant John K. Robinson. 

806. Lieutenant (iunior grade) Orlo S. Knepper. 

905. Lieutenant (junior grade) Edward H. Dunn. 
1638. Surgeon Henry G. Beyer. 
1714. Passed Assistant Surgeon Washington B. Grove. 
1988. Assistant Paymaster Trevor W. Leutze. 
5182. First Lieutenant of Marines William R. Cioyle. 
3506. Chief Boatswain William L. Hill. 
3529. Boatswain George B. Moncrlef . 
3731. Gunner Levin J. Wallace. 
3958. Carpenter William F. Hamburger. 
4157. Warrant Machinist John W. Clark. 

4238. Acting Warrant Machinist Charles Ditton. 

4239. Acting Warrant Machinist William F. McCulloch. 

PURITAN. 

Double-turret monitor, 10 guns, 6,060 tons, 3,700 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

154. Commander Albert G. Berry, Commanding. 
432. Lieutenant-Commander Carl W. Jungen. 
553. Lieutenant Henry E. Parmenter. 
558. Lieutenant Charles P. Plunkett. 
627. Lieutenant Frederick B. Bassett. 
682. Lieutenant Noble E. Irwin. 
730. Lieutenant Henry A. Pearson. 
781. Lieutenant (junior grade) George E. Gelm. 
1118. Ensign Walter B. Tardy (Commanding Peoria). 
1677. Surgeon George T. Smith. 
1949. Paymaster Martin M. Ramsay. 
3666. Boatswain Henry C. Jarrett. 
3723. Gunner George L. Mallery. 
3989. Carpenter Axel L. Sundqvist. 



Signal 

4156. Warrant Machinist Adam A. Shafer. 

4168. Warrant Machinist John T. West. 

4232. Acting Warrant Machinist Francis J. McAllister. 



Gunboat (converted), a 8 guns, 137 tons, 500 horsepower, 
single screw. 

902. Lieutenant John F. Marshall, jr., Commanding. 
3588. Acting Boatswain John Winn. 

SIREN. 

Gunboat (converted), « 4 guns, ft 316 tons, single screw. 

934. Lieutenant (junior grade) Arthur Crenshaw, Com- 
manding. / 
3789. Acting Gunner Daniel Geary. 



Commander John A. H. Nickels, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander William L. Rodgers. 

Lieutenant George G. Mitchell. 

Lieutenant David V. H. Allen. 

Lieutenant Alfred A. Pratt. 

Ensign Henry E. Lackey. 

Ensign Paul Foley. 

Ensign Carlos A. Gardiner. 

Assistant Surgeon John H. Iden. 

Assistant Paymaster John D. Barber. 

Acting Boatswain Edward J. Damon. 

Gunner Robert W. Kcssler. 

Acting Gunner Charles F. Ulrich. 

Carpenter Thomas J. Logan. 

Acting Warrant Machinist John H. Busch. 

Acting Warrant Machinist Adolph A. Gathemanu. 



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ARKANSAS. 

Monitor, 6 guns, 3,214 tons, 2,400 horsepower, twin screw. 

179. Commander Charles E. Vreeland, Commanding. 

468. Lieutenant-Commander Edward Simpson. 

567. Lieutenant Joseph Strauss. 

622. Lieutenant Albert L. Norton. 

802. Lieutenant Arthur T. Chester. 
1704. Passed Assistant Surgeon Theodore W. Richards. 
3794. Acting Gunner Leonard Roll. 
3923. Carpenter William J. Wren. 

4165. Warrant Machinist Oscar Bragonier. 

4166. Acting Warrant Machinist Ralph F. Nourse. 



Transport, 4,000 horsepower, single screw. 

340. Lieutenant-Commander Frederick W. Coffin, Com- 
manding. 
542. Lieutenant William C. Herbert. 
559. Lieutenant Humes H. Whittlesey. 
946. Lieutenant (iunior grade) William H. Reynolds. 
U59. Ensign Charles E. Courtney. 
1359. Midshipman Jesse B. Gay. 
1641. Surgeon George P. Lumsden. 
1963. Passed Assistant Paymaster David Potter. 
3703. Chief Gunner John J. Walsh. 
4126. Warrant Machinist James Wilson. 



Protected cruiser, 11 guns, 3,213 tons, 10,000 horsepower, 
twin screw. 

142. Commander Arthur P. Nazro, Commanding. 

437. Lieutenant-Commander Charles H. Harlow. 

501. Lieutenant William S. Smith. 

932. Lieutenant (junior grade) Pope Washington. 
1139. Ensign Richard D. White. 
1696. Pass^ Assistant Surgeon John M. Moore. 
1956. Paymaster Joseph Fyffe. 
3705. Chief Gunner Patrick Lynch. 
3916. Carpenter Otto Barth. 
4202. Acting Warrant Machinist Bergen Heggenhaugen. 

WYOMING. 

Monitor, 6 guns, 3,214 tons, 2,400 horsepower, twin screws. 

203. Commander Vincendon L. Cottman, Commanding. 

370. Lieutenant-Commander Thomas D. Griffon. 

564. Lieutenant William G. Miller. 

589. Lieutenant William W. Bush. 

786. Lieutenant James P. Morton. 
1703. Passed Assistant Surgeon Arthur W. Dunbar. 
2034. Assistant Paymaster Henry de F. Mel. 
3767. Acting Gunner George G. Neumann. 
3929. Carpenter William Boone. 
4106. Warrant Machinist James H. Morrison. 



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I8LA DB LUZON. 

Gunboat, 6 gniiB, 1,030 tons, 2,627 horsepower, twin 

screws. 
Siraal 

810. Ideutenant-Comnutnder John C. Colwell, Ck>m- 

manding. 
668. Lieutenant Clande B. Price. 
687. Lieutenant William H. McGrann. 



Signal 

962. Lieutenant Munior grade) David F. Boyd. 

965. Lieutenant (junior grade) Walter R. Sexton. 
1143. Ensign John T. Beckner. 
1176. Ensign Chauncy Shackford. 
1754. Asristant Surgeon Jacob Stepp. 
2005. Assistant Paymaster Philip W. Delano. 
4235. Acting Warrant Machinist Winslow D. Conn. 



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Supply ship, a 2 guns, 4,460 tons, 1,069 horsepower, single 
screw. 

193. Commander William E. Sewell, Commanding. 
652. Lieutenant Frank H. Schofleld. 
692. Lieutenant William D. Brotherton. 



748. Lieutenant Raymond Stone. 
1803. Midshipman Clarence A. Conway. 
1419. Midshipman Kirby B. Crittenden. 
1699. Passed Assistant Surgeon James F. Leys. 
1942. Paymaster Eugene D. Ryan. 
3538. Boatswain Albert F. Benzon. 
3924. Carpenter Frank Johnson. 
4220. Acting Warrant Machinist John Bryce. 



REPAIRING AT NAVY-YARD, PUQET SOUND. 



First-class battle ship, 18 guns, 11,525 tons, 10,000 horse- 
power, twin screws. 

359. Lieutenant-Commander Henry T. Mayo, Command- 
ing. 
388. Lieutenant-Commander Arthur W. Dodd. 

Lieutenant-Commander George W. McElroy. 

Lieutenant Henry A. Wiley. 

Lieutenant Philip Williams. 



406. 

626. 

647. 

660. 

910. 

919. 
1182. 
1816. 



Lieutenant Charles T. Vogelgesang. 
Lieutenant Daniel W. Wurtsbaugh. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Leigh C. Palmer. 
Ensifu Henry B. Soul^. 
Midshipman Ernest A. Brooks. 



I 1330. Midshipman Ivan E. Bass. 
1333. Midshipman Burrell C. Allen. 
1838. Midshipman Newman K. Perry, jr. 
1394. Midshipman Thomas L. Ozbum. 
1629. Medical Inspector Edward H. Green 
1705. Passed Assistant Surgeon Reginald K. Smith. 
1966. Paymaster John W. Morse. 
5069. Captain of Marines Henry C. Davis. 
5182. Second Lieutenant of Marines William L. Redles. 
3561. Boatswain Alfred H. Hewson. 
3764. Gunner Joseph F. Daniels. 
3953. Carpenter Lewis S. Warford. 
4116. Warrant Machinist George M. Heinen. 
4129. Warrant Machinist John J. Fuller. 
4163. Warrant Machinist Jesse E. Jones. 
4193. Warrant Machinist William J. Trevorrow. 



REPAIRING AT NAVY- YARD, NORFOLK. 



SAN FRANCISCO. 


760. Lieutenant Joseph M. Reeves. 
1206. Ensisrn George W. Steele, jr. 
1311. Midshipman William Norris. 




Protected cruiser, 12 guns, 4,098 tons, 9,913 horsepower, 


twin screws. 


1676. Surgeon George Rothganger. 
1944. Paymaster Henry A. Dent. 




66. Captain Asa Walker, Commanding. 
372. Lieutenant-Commander Richard T. Mulligan. 


5093. First Lieutenant of Marines WilUam G. Powell. 
3730. Gunner Myles Joyce. 


410. Lieutenant-Commander Albert N. Wood. 


3956. Carpenter William C. Hardie. 


463. Lieutenant-Commander Thomas F. Carter. 


4136. Warrant Machinist Charles H. Casey. 


565. Lieutenant George W. Kline. 


4224. Acting Warrant Machinist Uewellyn H. Wentworth. 


575. Lieutenant Glennie Tarbox. 


4230. Acting Warrant Machinist Joseph F. Saner. 



REPAIRING AT NAVY-YARD, BOSTON. 



NASHVILLE. 

Light-draft gunboat, 8 guns, 1,371 tons, 2,536 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

133. Commander Nathan E. Niles, Commanding. 
378. Lieutenan^Commander Horace M. Wetzel. 
512. Lieutenant De Witt C. Redgrave. 



629. Lieutenant Richard H. Jackson. 
1163. Ensign James H. Tomb. 
1200. Ensign James C. Kress. 
1227. Ensign Clarence S. Arnold. 
1765. Assistant Surgeon Herbert O. Shiffert. 
2004. Assistant Paymaster Cuthbert J. Clebome. 
4177. Warrant Machinist James Quill. 



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TORPEDO BOAT FLOTILLA. 



DSCATUB (flagship of flotilla). 

Torpedo-boat destroyer, 2 torpedo tubes, 420 tons, 8,000 

horsepower, twin screw. 
Signal 

616. Lieutenant Lloyd H. Chandler, Commanding. 

771. Lieutenant Hutch I. Cone. 
1150. Ensign Clark H. Woodward. 
1762. Assistant Surgeon Richard B. Williams. 



Torpedo boat, 3 torpedo tubes, 167 tons, 4,200 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

708. Lieutenant Stanford £. Moses, Commanding 
1306. Midshipman Isaac I. Yates. 



Torpedo boat, 8 torpedo tubes, 167 tons, 4,200 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

702. Lieutenant Gregory 0. Davison, Commanding. 
1322. Midshipman Merlyn Q. Cook. 



Torpedo boat, 3 torpedo tubes, 167 tons, 4,200 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

903. Lieutenant (junior grade) Rufus Z. Johnston, jr., 

Commanding. 
1211. Ensign John W. Timmons. 



STOCKTON. 

Torpedo boat, 3 torpedo tubes, 166 tons, 3,000 horsepower, 

twin screws. 
Signal 
No. 

937. Lieutenant (junior grade) Harry E. Yamell, Com- 
manding. 
1133. Ensign Charles P. Nelson. 

THORNTON. 

Torpedo boat, 3 torpedo tubes, 165 tons, 3,000 horsepower, 
twin screws. 

964. Lieutenant (junior grade) Willis McDowell, Com- 
manding. 
1169. Ensign Samuel B. Thomas. 



Torpedo boat, 3 tubes, 165 tons, 3,000 horsepower, twin 
screw. 

925. Lieutenant (junior grade) Dudley W. Kuox, Com- 
manding. 
1104. Ensign Wilbur G. Briggs. 

NINA (tender and supply to flotilla). 

Tug, 857 tons, 388 horsepower, single screw. 

768. Lieutenant Henry T. Baker, Commanding. 
1995. Passed Assistant Paymaster Dexter Tiffany, jr. 
8525. Boatswain Patrick Deery. 



TORPEDO VESSELS IN RESERVE, NAVY- YARD, NORFOLK, VA. 

606. Lieutenant Archibald H. Davis, In Charge. 
736. Lieutenant Allen M. Cook. 
3782. Gunner Bert E. Staples. 



BAINBRIDGE. 

Torpedo-boat destroyer, 2 tubes, 420 tons, 8,000 horse- 
power, twin screw. 



Torpedo-boat 
Torpedo-boat 
Torpedo-boat, 



destroyer, 2 tubes, 420 tons, 8,000 horse- 
power, twin screw. 



destroyer, 2 tubes, 420 tons, 8,000 horse- 
power, twin screw. 



torpedo tubes, 105 tons, 1,720 horsepower, 
twin screw. 



Torpedo-boat destroyer, 2 tubes, 420 tons, 8,000 horse- 
power, twin screw. 



Torpedo boat, 3 tubes, 165 tons, 3,400 horsepower, twin 
screw. 



Torpedo boat, 3 tubes, 120 tons, 1,800 horfeepower, twin 
screw. 



Torpedo boat, 3 tubes, 142 tons, 2,000 horsepower, twin 
screw. 

MACKENZIE. 

Torpedo boat, 2 tubes, 66 tons, 850 horsepower, screw. 

PORTER. 

Torpedo boat, 3 tubes, 165 tons, 3,400 horsepower, twin 
screw. 



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80MBR8. 

Torpedo boat, 2 tubes, 115 tons, 1,900 horsepower, screw. 

TRUXTUN. 

Torpedo-boat destroyer, 2 tubes, 433 tons, 8,300 horse- 
power, twin screw. 



Torpedo-boat destroyer, 2 tubes, 433 tons, 8,300 horse- 
power, twin screw. 



SPECIAL DUTY IN CONNECTION WITH LIQUID FUEL BOARD. 



To'' 



Torpedo boat, 3 tubes, 142 tons, 2,000 horsepower, twin screw. 
1101. Ensigrn John Halligan, jr. 



SPECIAL DUTY, NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Torpedo boat, 2 tubes, 420 tons, 7,000 horsepower, twin screw. 
630. Lieutenant Arthur B. HofF. 



SPECIAL SERVICE. 



DAHLOREN. 

Torpedo boat, 2 tubes, 146 tons, 4,200 horsepower, single 

screw. 
1113. Ensign Frank L. Pinney, commanding. 

PERRY. 

Torpedo boat, 2 tubes, 420 tons, 7,000 horsepower, twin 

screw. 
561. Lieutenant Theodore C. Fenton, commanding. 
800. Lieutenant Frederic N. Freeman. 



WHIPPLE. 

Torpedo-boat destroyer, 2 tubes, 433 tons, 8,300 horse- 
power, twin screw. 
Signal 

No. 

654. Lieutenant Jehu V. Chase, commanding. 



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NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

Office of the Kecretarj. 

SPECIAL DUTY. 

Chief Engineer Thorn Williamson (retired). 

Office of the Jodge-AdTOcate-GeaerAl. 

Captain Samuel C. Lemly (retired), Judge-Advocate- 
General. 
Lieutenant George Mallison. 
Ensign Frank B. Case (retired). 
Captain of Marines William C. Dawson. 

BoreaB of Tarda aad Docks. 

Rear- Admiral Mordecai T. Endicott, Chief of Bureau. 
Professor of Mathematics Henry M. Paul. 
Civil Engineer Robert E. Peary. 
Civil Engineer Henry H. Rousseau. 
Civil Engineer George A. McKay. 

Bareaa of Eqnlpmeat. 

Rear- Admiral Royal B. Bradford, Chief of Bureau. 
Captain Leavitt C. Logan. 
Captain Conway H. Arnold. 
Commander Charles J. Badger. 
Commander Ten Eyck De W. Veeder. 
Lieutenant-Commander Charles C. Rogers. 
Lieutenant Joseph L. Jayne. 
Lieutenant Harry George. 
Lieutenant John M. Hudgins. 

INSPECTION DUTY UNDER BUREAU. 

Ueutenant-Commander William S. Hogg, Sparrows Point, 

Md., Baltimore, Md., and Richmond, Va. 
Lieutenant-Commander John N. Jordan, Schenectady, 

N.Y. 
Lieutenant-Commander Edward E. Wright, Weymouth, 

Mass., and South Boston, Mass. 
Lieutenant-Commander Simon Cook, San Francisco, Cal. 
Lieutenant-Commander Percival J. Werlich, Newport 

News, Va. 
Lieutenant-Commander William P.White, Elizabeth.N. J. 
Lieutenant Yates Sterling, jr., Seattle. Wash. 
Lieutenant Lucien Flynne (retired), Philadelphia, Pa. 
(iunner Andrew Olsson, Newport News, Va. 
Chief Sailmaker William Cuddy (retired), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Chief Sailmaker Charles H. Jones, Philadelphia, Pa. 

NAVAL OBSERVATORY. 

Captain Colby M. Chester, Superintendent. 
Lieutenant-Commander Edward E. Hayden. 
Professor of Mathematics Aaron N. Skinner. 
Professor of Mathematics William S. Eichelberger. 
Professor of Mathematics Frank B. Littell. 

NAUTICAL ALMANAC OFFICE. 

Professor of Mathematics Walter S. Harshman, Director. 

HYDROORAPHIC OFFICE. 

Commander William H. H. Southerland, Hydrographer. 
Commander Robert G. Peck (retired). 
Lieutenant-Commander Holman Vail (retired). 
Lieutenant George W. Logan. 
Lieutenant Charles M. McCartney (retired). 

BRANCH HYDROORAPHIC OFFICES. 

Baltimore, Md., Lieutenant James Franklin (retired). 
Boston, Mass., Ensign Walter G. Richardson (retired). 



Buffalo, N. Y., Lieutenant William H. Faan (retired). 
Chicago, 111., Rear- Admiral Edward H. Gheen (retired). 
Galveston, Tex., Lieutenant John W. Stewart (retired). 
Manila, P. I., Commander Adolph Marix. 
New Orleans, La., Lieutenant Charles A. Foster (retired). 
New York, N. Y., Lieutenant-Commander James H. Sears, 

Charge; Lieutenant Ridgely Hunt (retired). 
Norfolk, Va., Lieutenant Andrew C. McMechan (retired) . 
Philadelphia, Pa., Lieutenant Harry M. Jacoby (retired). 
San Francisco, Cal., Lieutenant Jeremiah C. Burnett 

(reUred). 
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Ensign Creighton Churchill 

(retired). 
Savannah, Ga., Lieutenant Frederick W. Greenleaf 

(retired). 

Boreaa of Navigation. 

Rear- Admiral Henry G. Taylor, Chief of Bureau. 
Captain William S. Cowles, Assistant to the Bureau. 
Commander Reginald F. Nicholson. 
Lieutenant-Commander Cameron McR. Winslow. 
Lieutenant-Commander Alexander Sharp, jr. 
Lieutenant-Commander William S. Sims. 
Lieutenant Reginald R. Belknap. 
Lieutenant George L. P. Stone. 

RECRUITING DUTY UNDER BUREAU. 



Boston, Mass.. 



Buflfalo, N. Y . 



Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y . . 

Philadelphia, Pa. . 
Baltimore, Md 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Seattle, Wash 

Traveling party... 

Traveling party... 
Traveling party.. 
Traveling party . . 

Traveling party .. 

Traveling party . . 
Traveling party . 



(Captain Harrison G. O. Colby. 
Surgeon Homer L. Law (retired). 
Surgeon John W. Baker (retired). 
Warrant Machinist John O'Neill (re- 
tired). 

Lieutenant William H. Faust (re- 
tired). 

Surgeon Edward S. Bogert, jr. 

Warrant Machinist Benjamin F. 
Beers. 

Rear- Admiral Edward H. Gheen (re- 
tired). 

Surgeon Andrew M. Moore (retired). 

Chief Boatswain Peter H. Smith. 

Captain Henry B. Mansfield. 

Medical Director Edward 8. Bogert 
(retired). 

Lieutenant-Commander William H. 
Webb (retired). 

Suigeon Clement Biddle. 

Commander Thomas C. McLean. 

Lieutenant Jeremiah C. Burnett (re- 
tired). 

Surgeon Corbin J. Decker. 

Sailmaker William Redstone. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Holton (' 
' Curl. 

'Lieutenant Raymond D. Hasbrouck. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon David B. 
Kerr. 

Lieutenant John P. J. Ryan. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Frederick 
L. Benton. 

Lieutenant John R. Y. Blakeley. 
"ISurgeon James G. Field. 

Lieutenant Duncan M. Wood. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Charles A. 
Crawford. 

Ensign David C. Hanrahan. 

Assistant Surgeon Charles H. De 
Lancy., 

Acting Boatswain Harry G. Jacklin. 

Lieutenant Douglas £. Dismukes. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Francis M. 
^ Furlong. 

Surgeon Emlyn H. Marsteller. 
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OmCB or NAVAL INTELUOXNCB. 

Captain Charles G. Sigsbee, Chief Intelligence Officer. 
Lieutenant-Commander John B. Bemadou. 
Lieutenant-Commander John H. QibbonH. 
Lieutenant Frank Marble. 
Anistant Engineer Robert E. Carney (retired). 

NAVAL EXAMINING BOARD. 

Rear-Admiral John C. WatRon, President. 
Captain Francis A. C(x>k. 
Captain Thomas F. Jewell. 
Captain Joseph G. Eaton. 
Commander Charles W. Rae. 
Medical Director John C. Wi.ne. 

MBDICAL EXAMINING BOARD. 

Medical Director Richard C. Dean (retired), President. 
Medical Director George P. Bradley. 

NAVAL RETIRING BOARD. 

Rear-Admiral John C. Watson, President. 

Captain Francis A. Cook. 

Captain Thomas F. Jewell. 

Captain Joseph G. Eaton. 

Medical Director Charles U. (iravatt. 

BOARD FOR EXAMINATION OF MEDICAL OFFICERS. 

Medical Director Robert A. Marmion, President. 
Medical Director John C. Wise. 
Medical Inspector John C. Bo^d. 
Surgeon Averley C. H. Russell. 

Bwreav of Ordaanee. 

Rear-Admiral Charles O'Neil, Chief of Bureau. 

Lieutenant Frank K. Hill. 

Lieutenant Isaac K. Seymour. 

Lieutenant Volney O. Chase, Assistant to the Bureau. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Edward McCauley, jr. 

INSPECTION DUTY UNDER BUREAU. 

Rear-Admiral John D. Ford (retired). Sparrows Point, Md. 

Commander Harrie Webster, Richmond, Va. 

Lieutenant-Commander Bernard O. Scott, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Lieutenant-Commander Edward E. Wright, South Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Lieutenant-Commander Simon Cook, San Francisco, Cal. 

Lieutenant-Commander Howard Gage, Weymouth, Mass. 

Lieutenant-Commander William P.White, Elizabeth, N.J. 

Lieutenant-Commander Walter J. Sears, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lieutenant-Commander John A. Bell, Hartford, Conn. 

Lieutenant-Commander Reuben O. Bltler, Newport 
News, Va. 

Lieutenant-Commander Joseph H. Rohrbacher, Munhall, 
Pa. 

Lieutenant Albert Moritz, Harrison, N. J., and Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Lieutenant Henry F. Bryan, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Lieutenant Gilbert S. Galbraith, Reading, Pa., Wilming- 
ton, Del., and Philadelphia, Pa. 

Passed Assistant Engineer Andrew McAllister (retired), 
Harrison, N. J. 

Gunner Henry J. Tresselt (retired), San Francisco, Cal. 

Gunner Edwin N. Fisher. 

Acting Gunner Robert E. Cox, Newport News, Va. 

Boreao of Constrnctlon and Repair. 

Rear-Admiral Francis T. Bowles, Chief of Bureau. 
Naval Constructor Joseph H. Linnard. 
Naval Constructor David W. Taylor. 
Naval Constructor Henry G. Smith. 

INSPECTION DUTY UNDER BUREAU. 

Jlaval Constructor Joseph Feaster (retired), Peoria, 111., 
) T. Mager, Chester, Pa. 



apd Owensboro, Ky. 

Ulet Carpenter Philip 1 

hipj Carpenter Edward H. Hay, Weymouth, Maas. 
Chief Carpenter Ellis W. Craig, Pittsburg, Pa. 
^«TT)enter Wilbur F. Stevenson, Newport News, Va. 
nter John H, GUI, Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Carpenter Frank H. Preble, Bath, Me. 
Carpenter Alfred R. Mackie, Munhall, Pa. 
Carpenter Franz A. Itrich. San Francisco, Cal. 
Carpenter Thomas W. Ricnards, Elizabeth, N. J. . 
Carpenter Oliver C. Jones, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Carpenter Frederick C. LePlne, Seattle, Wash. 

Bareaa of Steam EnglneerlBg. 

Rear-Admiral George W. Melville, Chief of Bureau. 
Commander James H. Perrv. 
Lieutenant-Commander John R. Edwards. 
Lieutenant-Commander Wythe M. Parks. 
Lieutenant-Commander Frank H. Bailey. 
Lieutenant Charles W. Dyson. 
Lieutenant Urban T. Holmes. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Daniel S. Mahony. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) William R. White. 
Warrant Machinist Martin M. Schrieber. 
Warrant Machinist Rush C. Steele. 

INSPECTION DUTY UNDER BUREAU. 

Rear-Admiral William A. Windsor (retired), Bayonne, 

N.J. 
Rear-Admiral John D. Ford (retired), Baltimore, Md. 
Captain Richard Inch, Newport News, Va. 
Commander Harrie Webster, Richmond, Va. 
Commander Holland N. Stevenson, San Francisco, Cal. 
Commander William S. Moore, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Commander Julien S. Ogden, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Commander Warner B. Bay ley, Hartford, Conn. 
Commander William H. Nauman, Bath, Me. 
Lieutenant-Commander Robert G. Denig, Harrisburg. Pa. 
Lieutenant-Commander William C. Eaton, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Lieutenant-Commander Henry T. Cleaver, Munhall, Pa. 
Lieutenant-Commander James P. S. Lawrence, Thurlow, 

Pa. 
Lieutenant-Commander George 8. Willits, Philadelphia. 

Pa. 
Lieutenant-Commander Frank H. Eldrldge, Barberton, 

Ohio. 
Lieutenant-Commander Howard Gage, Weymouth, Mas.*!. 
Lieutenant-Commander Clarence A. Carr, Seattle, Wa»jh. 
Lieutenant-Commander Edward H. Scribner, Weymouth, 

Mass. 
Lieutenant-Commander Leo D. Miner, Newport New.«<. Vh. 
Lieutenant Albert Moritz, Brooklyn, N. Y., and Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 
Lieutenant Emil Theias (ordered), Richmond, Va. 
Lieutenant Robert K. Crank, Bayonne, N. J. 
Lieutenant Walter Ball, Weymouth, Ma.*>s. 
Lieutenant Newton Mansfield, Shelby, Ohio. 
Lieutenant George W. Danforth (retired), San Francisco. 

rial. 
Passed Assistant Engineer Andrew McAllister (retired), 

Harrison, N. J. 
Passed Assistant Engineer Robert Crawford (retired), 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chief Carpenter Osgood H. Hilton (retired), San Fran 

Cisco, Cal. 
Warrant Machinist Gustav Auberlin, San Francisco, Cal. 
Warrant Machinist George L. Russell, Newport News, Va. 
Warrant Machinist William H. Johnson, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Warrant Machinist George T. Brownridge, San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Warrant Machinist Samuel L.Wartman, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Warrant Machinist Robert J. Vickery (ordered), Quincy. 

Mass. 

Borean of Supplies and Accoonts. 

Rear-Admiral Albert S. Kenny, Chief of Bureau. 

Paymaster George W. Simpson, Assistant to the Bureau. 

Payma.ster Thomas H. Hicks. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster George P. Dyer. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Howard P. Ash. 

GENERAL INSPECTOR OF THE PAY CORPS. 

Paymaster John A. Mudd. 

Borean of Medicine and Surgery. 

Rear-Admiral Presley M. Rixey, Chief of Bureau. 
Medical Director Francis M. Gunnell (retired). 
Surgeon John F. Urie, Assistant to the Bureau. 
Pharmacist Hubert Henry. 



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NAVAL MUSEUM OP HYGIENE. 

Medical Director Robert A. Marmion, In Charge. 

Lieutenant Downs L. WInslow (retired). 

Surgeon Edward R. Stitt. 

Surgeon John W. Ross (retired). 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Talleyrand D. Myers (retired). 

Assistant Surgeon Robert A. Bachmann. 

Assistant Surgeon Francis M. Munson. 

Assistant Surgeon Earle M. Brown. 

Assistant Surgeon Howard F. Strine. 

Assistant Surgeon Robert E. Hoyt. 

Assistant Surgeon Joseph P. Traynor. 

Assistant Sui^eon Morton W. Baker. 

Assistant Surgeon James H. Holloway. 

Assistant Surgeon John L. Neilson. 

Assistant Surgeon Robert H. Michels. 

Assistant Surgeon Harry Shaw. 

Assistant Surgeon Burt F. Jenness. 

Pharmacist Francis Wood (retired). 

NAVAL DISPENSARY. 

Medical Director William S. Dixon, In Charge. 
Stirgeon George A. Lung. 
Pharmacist John C. Martin. 

Headquarters of the Marine ('orps. 

Major-General Charles Heywood, Commandant. 
Colonel George C. Reid, Adjutant and Inspector. 
Major Charles H. Lauchheimer, Assistant Adjutant and 

Inspector. 
Colonel Frank L. Denny, Quartermaster. 
Colonel Green Clay Goodloe, Paymaster. 
Major Charles L. McCawley, Assistant Quartermaster. 
Major Geori^e Bamett. 
Captain William B. Lemley, Assistant Quartermaster 

(Panama). 
Captain Thomas C. Tread well (ordered). 
Captain Henry Leonard, Aid-de-Camp to the Major-CJen- 

eral. Commandant. 
Captain Frederick L. Bradman. 
First Lieutenant Logan Feland. 
First Lieutenant Frank E. Evans (ordered). 
First Lieutenant Thomas A. Mott (ordered). 
Surgeon Samuel H. Griffith. 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin K. Russell (Panama). 

Captain David D. Porter. 

Captain Louis M. Gulick. 

Captain Robert F. Wynne. 

First Lieutenant Benjamin F. Rittenhouse. 

First Lieutenant Thomas F. Lyons (fleet). 

BBCRUITING DUTY UNDER MARINE CORPS. 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Philadelphia, Pa . . . 

Sua Francisco, Cal. 
Pittsburg, Pu. . 
Chicago, 111 . . . 
Itinerary 



fCaptain Robert M. Gilson. 

Surgeon John W. Baker (retired). 

First Lieutenant Wade L. Jolly. 

Medical Director Edward S. Bo- 
gert (retired). 

Major Littleton W. T. Waller. 

Medical Director William Q. Far- 
well. 

Captain Con M. Perkins. 
'ISurgeon Corbin J. Decker. 
. First Lieutenant John G. Muir. 

f First Lieutenant James W. Broatch. 
■ "iSurgeon Andrew M . Moore( retired ). 
..Captain Philip M.Bannon. 



NAVAL. ACAI>EMY. 

Captain Williard H. Brownson, Superintendent. 
Commander Charles E. Colahan. 
Commander Hugo Osterhaus. 
Commander William F. Halsey. 
Lieutenant-Commander John K. Barton. 
Lieutenant-Commander William G. Cutler. 
Lieutenant-Commander Henry C. Gearing. 
Lieutenant-Commander Francis H. Sherman. 
Lieutenant-Commander William F. FuUam. 
Lieutenant-Commander William S. Benson. 
Lieutenant-Commander Franklin J. Schell. 
Lieutenant-Commander Harry McL. P. Huso. 
Lieutenant-Commander Edward Lloyd, jr. 
Lieutenant-Commander Frederick C. Bieg. 



Lieutenant John M. Poyer. 

Lieutenant Clarence S. Williams. 

Lieutenant Walter O. Hulme. 

Lieutenant William R. Shoemaker 

Lieutenant Harold K. Hines 

Lieutenant George F. Cooper. 

Lieutenant Josian S. McKean. 

Lieutenant Edward L. Beach. 

Lieutenant Cleland N. Offlev. 

Lieutenant Edwin T. Pollocic. 

Lieutenant Richard H. Leigh. 

Lieutenant George W. Laws. 

Lieutenant Frederick L. Sawyer. 

Lieutenant Charles T. Jewell. 

Lieutenant Frederick A. Traut. 

Lieutenant Roscoe C. Moody. 

Lieutenant Daniel M. Garrison. 

Lieutenant Franklin D. Kams. 

Lieutenant Hunior grade) Thomas D. Parker. 

Lieutenant (ninior grade) Charles P. Burt. 

Lieutenant (Junior grade) Needham L. Jones. 

Lieutenant ( ninior grade) Thomas C. Hart. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Oscar D. Dungan. 

Surgeon Francis W. F. Wieber. 

Surgeon George Pickrell. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Moulton K. Johnson. 

Pay Inspector Worth Goldsborough (retired), Pay Officer, 

Purchasing Pay Officer, and General Storekeeper. 
Passed Assistant Paymaster Samuel Bryan. 
Chaplain Henry H. Clark. 

Professor of Mathematics William W. Hendrickson 
Professor of Mathematics Stimson J. Brown. 
Professor of Mathematics Edward K. Rawson. 
Professor of Mathematics Philip R. Alger. 
Professor of Mathematics Omenzo G. Dodge. 
Professor of Mathematics Thomas J.J. See. 
Professor of Mathematics Milton Updegrafl. 
Civil En^neer Adolf o J. Menocal. 
Boatswain Charles J. Murphy (retired). 
Boatswain Daniel Montague. 
Boatswain Charles L. Weiss. 
Boatswain Lewis M. Melcher. 
Chief Gunner Robert Sommers (retired). 
Acting Gunner Max M. Frucht. 
Carpenter Thomas C. Cooney. 
Warrant Machinist Alfonzo Skinner. 
Warrant Machinist Adam Gibson. 
Warrant Machinist August Anschuetz. 
Acting Warrant Machinist John St. C. Hothersall. 
Acting Warrant Machinist Charles A. Rowe. 
Pharmacist John T. Oursler. 
Mate George E. Plander. 

MARINE BARRACKS 

Captain Randolph C. Berkley. 
Captain Arthur T. Marix. 
First Li>ut'^nant Logan Feland. 
First Lieutenant John N. Wright. 
First Lieutenant Lee B. Pur<rell. 
Second Lieutenant Presley M . Rixey. 
Second Lieutenant Edgar Hayes. 

ALVARADO. 

Lieutenant Harley H. Christy. 

TORPEDO BOAT GWIN. 

Lieutenant John F. Hines. 

SANDOVAL. 

Lieutenant Martin E. Trench. 

TORPEDO-BOAT DESTROYER STEWART. 

Lieutenant Arthur B. Hoff. 

TORPEDO BOAT TALBOT. 

Lieutenant Andr6 M. Procter. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

NAVAL RECRUITING RENDEZVOUS. 

Commander Thomas C. McLean. 

NAVY PAY OFFICE. 

Pay Director Arthur J. Pritchard (retired). 



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NAVAL STATION, BOSTON, MASS. 

Rear- Admiral Mortimer L. Johnson, Commandant of 
Yard and Htation. 

NAVY-YARD. 

Captain CliarlvH J. Barclay, Captain of the Yard. 

Captain Samuel \V. Ver>', Ordnanee Officer. 

Commander A U|iiruJ<tUH G. KelloKK (retired). 

Commander (fe<Jrife H. Kearney. 

Commander Kdwin K. Moore, £<iuipment Officer. 

(Commander AU>ert Mertx. 

Lieutenant-Commander Edward E. Wright. 

Lieutenant Martin A. Andenton. 

Medical InNpiH'tor Howard WelK 

Pay luRpector William W. Barry (retire<l), General Store- 

keejier. 
Paymaster Harry R. Sullivan. 
Naval l\mHtruetor William J. Baxter. 
As8i.«(tant Naval (^onHtruetor (tuy A. Biseet. 
Civil Engineer Richard C. Hollyday. 
Civil Engineer Paul L. Reed. 
Chief BoatMwain Francis A. Dran (rettred). 
Chief Boatxwain John J. Killin (ordered). 
Boatswain James NaAh (retired). 
Boatswain Thoma.^ Savage (retire<l). 
Boatswain James W. AnguH. 
Boatswain John McCrratn (ordered). 
Chief Gunner Arthur A. Phelps, Nitre Depot, Maiden, Mass, 
(lunner David Lyons, Naval Magazine, Chelsea, Mass. 
Gunner James T. Roach. 
Chief Carpenter John G. Tilden (retired). 
C^hief Carpenter J twifth E. Keen (retired). 
Chief Carpenter William A. Barry. 
Sailmaker George C. Boerum (retired). 
Pharmacist John Cowan. 

RECEIVING SHIP WABASH. 

("aptain George W. Pigman, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander John L. Purcell. 

Lieutenant Raymond D. Hasbrouck. 

Midshipman Julius A. Purer. 

Midshipman William B. Fogarty. 

Midshipman Sidney M. Henry. 

Midshipman Lewis B. McBridc. 

Surgeon John M. Edgar. 

Paymaster Henry T. Skelding (retired). 

Chaplain David H. Tribou. 

Assistant Naval Constructor William McEntee. 

Assistant Naval Constructor William B. Ferguson. 

Assistant Naval Constructor John A. Spilman. 

Chief Boatswain Henry Hudson. 

Boatswain Henry Feehan. 

PRISON SHIP H0\:THERY. 

Commander ('layt<:)n S. Richman ( retired), Commanding. 

NAVAL RECRITITINrj RENDEZVOUS. 

Captain Harrison G. O. Colby. 

NAVAL LIBRARY AND INSTITUTE. 

Lieutenant-Commander Charles W. Tracy (retired). 

BRANCH HYDROGRAPHIO OFFICE. 

Ensign Walter G. Richardson (retired). 

NAVAL HOSPITAL, CHEI^EA. 

Medical Director Dwight Dickinson. 
Assistant Surgeon Ralph W. Plummer. 
Pharmacist Joseph H. Graham. 

PURCHASING AND DISBURSING PAY OFFICER. 

Pay Director George Hendee (retired). 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Captain Charles G. Long. 

Captain Melville J. Shaw. 

First Lieutenant Arthur E. Harding (ordered). 

Second Lieutenant Frank T, Robards. 

Second Lieutenant Cleybum McCauley. 



MARINE RECRUITING OPPICB. 

Captain Robert M. Gilson. 
Surgeon John W. Baker (retired). 

NAVAL STATION, CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Captain Edwin Longnecker, Commandant of Yard and 

Station. 
Passed Assistant Paymaster George M. Stackhouse. 
Civil Engineer James W. G. Walker. 

ISLAND OF GUAM, LADRONES. 

(>>mmander Seaton Schroeder, Governor. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Alfred W. Pressy. 

Surgeon Rand P.Crandall. 

Assistant Surgeon Herbert M. Tolfree. 

Assistant Surgeon Russell M. Young. 

Paymaster Eugene D. Ryan, General Storekeeper. 

(Mvii Engineer Leonard M. Cox. 

Boatswain Christian Crone. 

Carpenter Jacob Jacobson. 

Chief Sailmaker John A. Long. 

Warrant Machinist James W. Murray. 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Major Paul St. C. Murphy. 
First Lieutenant Macher Babb. 
Second Lieutenant Giles Bishop, jr. 
Second Lieutenant Austin C. Rogers. 

NAVAL STATION, HAVANA, CUBA. 

Lieutenant-Commander Edward J. Dom, In Chari 
United States Naval Property. 

NAVAL STATION, HAVTAH. 

Captain William H. Whiting, Commandant. 
Medical Inspector William E. Taylor (retired). 
Assistant Paymaster Eugene F. Hall, General Ston.-- 

Civil Engineer Ulysses S. G. White. 

IROQUOIS. 

Lieutenant Hugh Rodman, Commanding. 
HONGKONG, CHINA. 

SUPERINTENDING REPAIRS TO NAVAL VESSELS. 

Naval Constructor Elliott Snow. 

PROVING GROUND, INDIAN HEAD, MD. 

Lieutenant John B. Patton. 
Lieutenant Thomas J. Senn (ordered). 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Arthur St. C. Smith. 
Gunner Simon Jacobs. 
Pharmacist Stephen W. Douglass. 

NAVAL STATION, KEY WEST, FLA. 

Captain George A. Bicknell, Commandant. 
Passed Assistant Paymaster Franklin W. Hart. 
Boatswain Edward J. Norcott (Osceola). 
Boatswain James Matthews (Massasoit). 

MARINE DETACHMENT, DRY TORTUGAS. 

Second Lieutenant Raymond B. Sullivan. 
Assistant Surgeon Joseph C. Thompson. 

NAVAL STATION, MARE ISLAND, CAL. 

Rear- Admiral Merrill Miller, Commandant of Yard and 
Station. 

NAVY-YARD. * 

Captain Benjamin F. Tilley, Captain of Yard. 
Commander Albert F. Dixon. 

Commander Alexander McCrackin, Ordnance Officer. , 

Lieutenant-Commander Charles B. T. Moore. I 

Lieutenant-Commander George H. Stafford. 



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Lieutenant Samuel L. Graham (retired). 

Medical Inspector James R. Waggener. 

Paymaster Leeds C. Keer, General Storekeeper. 

Paymaster John Irwin, jr. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster William H. Doherty. 

Chaplain Adam A. McAlister. 

Naval Constructor Frank B. Zahm. 

Assistant Naval Constructor Thomas G. Roberts. 

Civil Bn^^eer Homer R. Stanford. 

Boatswain Charles Wouters (Active). 

Chief Gunner William Halford (naval ma^razine). 

Chief Gunner Joseph R. Ward. 

Carpenter William P. Harding. 

Chief Sailmaker John Roddy. 

Pharmacist Alrik Hammar. 

aECETVINQ SHIP INDEPENDENCE. 

Captain Francis W. Dickens, Commanding. 
Lieutenant-Commander Frank H. Holmes. 
Lieutenant William Tnixtun (ordered). 
Passed Assistant Surgeon Ammen Farenholt. 
Passed A^stant Paymaster George Brown, jr. 
Boatswain Lee R. Boland (retired). 
Boatswain Osbom Deignan. 

NAVAL HOSPITAL. 

Medical Director James A. Hawke. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon Charles P. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon William L. Bel 
Pharmacist Stephen St. John. 

PURCHASING AND DI8BUB8ING PAYMASTER. 

Pay Inspector Henry G. Colby (retired). 

BRANCH HYDROQRAPHIC OFFICE, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Lieutenant Jeremiah C. Burnett (retired). 

UNION IRON WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Commander Holland N. Stevenson. 
Lieutenant-Commander Simon Cook. 
Lieutenant George W. Danforth (retired). 
Naval Constructor John G. Tawrese> . 
Assistant Naval Constructor Laurence S. Adams. 
Gunner Henry J. Tresselt (retired). 
Carpenter Franz A. Itrich. 
Warrant Machinist Gustav Auberlin. 
Warrant Machinist George T. Brownridge. 
Chief Carpenter Osgood H. Hilton (retired). 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Colonel Francis H. Harrington. 

Captain Henry O. Bisset. 

First Lieutenant Richard M. Cutta. 

ASSISTANT PAYMASTER'S OFFICE, MARINE CORPS. 

Major George Richards, Assistant Paymaster. 

MARINE RECRUITING OFFICE, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Captain Con M. Perkins. 
Surgeon Corbin J. Decker. 

NAVAL. STATION, NETV' ORIiEANS, LA. 

Captain John P. Merrell, Commandant. 
Pay Inspector William W. Woodhull (retired) . 
Civil Engineer Andrew C. Cunningham. 
Carpenter- John P. Yates. 

NAVAJL STATION, NEWl»ORT, R. I. 

NAVAL TRAINING STATION. 

Captain William W. Mead, Commandant. 
Surgeon Frederick J. B. Cordeiro. 
Assistant Surgeon Mack V. Stone. 

Assistant Paymaster Franklin P. Sackett, General Store- 
keeper. 
Gunner Gaston D. Johubtone. 
Pharmacist Joseph F. Pearson. 



TRAINING-SHIP CONSTELLATION. 

Captain William W. Mead, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander York Noel. 

Lieutenant John S. Doddridge. 

Lieutenant Hunlor grade) Amon Bronson, jr. 

Lieutenant gunlor grade) Andrew T. Graham. 

Lieutenftnt (junior grade) Austin Kautz (ordered). 

Lieutenant gunior grade) William C. Asserson. 

Chaplain William G. Cassard. 

Boatswain John S. Croghan. 

Boatswain John £. Murphy. 

Boatswain Arthur R. Nickeraon. 

Gunner George W. Phillips. 

Carpenter Spencer C. Brearley. 

Mate Olaf Cnristopherson. 

Mate John R. Daly. 

NAVAL WAR COLLEGE. 

Captain French E. Chadwick, President. 
Commander Albion V. Wadhams (attendance). 
Commander Joseph P. Murdock. 
Lieutenant-Coihmander James H. Oliver. 
Lieutenant-Commander Harry S. Knapp. 
Lieutenant William McC. Little (retired). 
Lieutenant William B. Fletcher. 
Captain of Marines Lewis C. Lucas. 

SPECIAL DUTY WITH WAR COLLEGE. 

Rear- Admiral Stephen B. Luce (retired). 

TORPEDO STATION. 

Lieutenant-Commander Frank F. Fletcher, Inspector of 

Ordnance. 
Lieutenant-Commander Washington I. Chambers. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Harlan P. PerrlU. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Leonard R. Sargent. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Robert W. Henderson. 
Surgeon Robert M. Kennedy. 
Pay Director Ichabod H. Hobbs, Pay Officer, Purchasing 

Pay Officer and General Storekeeper. 
Gunner George P. Brady. 
Gunner David Hepburn. 
Warrant Machinist Clarence E. Wood. 
Pharmacist William H. Huntington. 

NAVAL HOSPITAL. 

Medical Director Paul Fitzsimons, In Charge. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon Frank C. Cook. 
Assistant Surgeon James H. Payne, jr. 
Pharmacjist John W. Wood. 

PURCHASING AND DISBURSING PAYMASTER. 

Pay Director Ichabod G. Hobbs. 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Allan C. Kelton. 
Second Lieutenant Eli T. Fryer. 
Second Lieutenant Thomas C. Turner. 

NAVAL STATION, NETV YORK, N. Y. 

Rear- Admiral Albert S. Barker, Commandant of Yard and 
Station. 

NAVY-YARD. • 

Captain Pumell F. Harrington, Captain of Yard. 

Captain James M. Miller. 

Captain John A. B. Smith. 

Commander Raymond P. Rodgers, Equipment Officer. 

Commander James D. Adams. 

Commander John B. Briggs, Ordnance Officer. 

Commander Charles A. Adams. 

Commander Henry Morrell. 

Lieutenant-Commander Alfred B. Canaga. 

Lieutenant-Commander William N. Little. 

Lieutenant-Commander Theodore F. Burgdorfl. 

Lieutenant-Commander Burns T. Walling. 

Lieutenant Clarence H. Mathews. 

Lieutenant Edward W. Eberle. 

Lieutenant Charles H. Hayes. 

Lieutenant Oscar W. Koester. 



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Lieutenant (Junior grade) Duncan M. Wood. 

Sur^reon James C. Byrnes. 

Passed AstUstant Surgeon Elon O. Huntington. 

Pay Director Edwin Putnam (retired) General Store- 
keeper. 

Pay Inspector Lawrence O. Boggs. 

Paymaster Eustace B. Rogers, Charge Naval Clothing 
Factory. 

Paymaster Thomas S. Jewett. 

Paymaster Edmund W. Bonnailon. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster George C. Schafer. 

Passed AaMistant Engineer Willis B. Day (retired). 

Naval Constructor Washington L. Capps. 

Assistant Naval Constructor Daniel C. Nutting, jr. 

Assistant Naval Constructor Richard II. Robinson. 

A.«isistant Naval Constructor Henry Williams. 

Civil Engineer Lyle F. Bellinger. 

Civil Engineer Charles A. Went worth. 

(nvil Engineer Ernest R. Gayler. 

Boatswain Patrick H. Bums (retired). 

Boatswain William H. Johnson (retired). 

Chief Gunner John R. Grainger (retired). 

Chief Gunner Charles B. Magruaer. 

Chief Gunner Frank H. Whitney (Naval Magazine, lona 
Island). 

Gunner Cornelius Cronin (retired). 

Gunner Theodore B. Watson. (Naval Magazine, Dover, 
N.J.) 

Gunner Hans Johnsen. 

Gunner William J. Foley. 

Gunner James C. McDermott. (Naval Magazine, Fort 
Lafayette, N.Y.) 

Chief Carpenter John W. Bumham. 

Chief Carpenter Charles H. Bogan. 

Chief Carpenter Peter T. Ward (retired). 

Carpenter Clarence L. Bennett. 

Carpenter Herbert M. Griffith (retired). 

Chief Sailmaker John J. Bvme (retired). 

Sailmaker George T. Douglass (retired). 

Warrant Machinist Thomas F. Hobby. 

Warrant Machinist Henry Smith. 

Pharmacist James H. McQuigan. 

Pharmacist Edwin T. Morse (Naval Magazine, lona Is- 
land, N. Y.). 

RECEIVING-SHIP COLUMBIA. 

Captain Albert S. Snow, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander James T. Smith. 

Lieutenant-Commander John A. Dougherty. 

Lieutenant Leon S. Thompson. 

Lieutenant John P. J. Ryan. 

Lieutenant Walter J. M anion. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Albert W. Marshall. 

Lieutenant Qunior grade) Victor S. Houston. 

Surgeon Philip Leach. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Frederick L. Benton. 

Assistant Surgeon Edward M. Blackwell. 

Paymaster Frank T. Arms. 

Assistant Paymaster John A. B. Smith, jr. (ordered). 

Assistant Paymaster Felix R. Holt (ordered). 

Chaplain William H.I. Reaney. 

Chaplain William T. Helms. 

Captain of Marines Newt H. Hall. 

Chief Boatswain William Manning (retired). 

Boatswain Timothy Sullivan. 

Boatswain Hjalmer E. Olsen. 

Boatswain James H. Doyle. 

Carpenter Joseph A. Barton. 

Warrant Machinist Thomas O'Donnell. 

Warrant Machinist Fred J. Korte. 

Pharmacist Charles E. Reynolds. 

Mate William D. Bartley. 

Mate Charles Wilson (retired). 

Mate Thomas G. McDonough. 

NAVAL RECRUITING RENDEZVOUS. 

Captain Henry B. Mansfield. 

Medical Director Edward S. Bogert (retired). 

SUPERVISOR HARBOR OP NEW YORK. 

Commander Edward F. Qual trough. 

BRANCH HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE 

Lieutenant-Commander James H. Sears. 
Lieutenant Ridgely Hunt (retired). 



CONTINENTAL IRON WORKS, BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

Lieutenant Albert Moritz. 

Passed Assistant Engineer Andrew McAllister (retired). 

WORKS OP E. W. BLISS A CO., BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

lieutenant-Commander Walter J. Sears. 
Gunner Edwin J. Fisher. 

NAVAL HOSPITAL. 

Medical Inspector Hosea J. Babin, In Charge. 

Surgeon William C, Braisted. 

Assistant Surgeon Thomas M. Lippitt (retired.) 

Assistant Surgeon Richmond C. Holcomb. 

Assistant Surgeon Allan Stuart. 

Pharmacist Samuel Englander. 

NAVAL LABORATORY AND DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUCTION. 

Medical Inspector Thomas H. Street. 
Pharmacist George H. Klock. 

PURCHASING AND DISBURSING PAYMASTER. 

Pay Director Arthur Burtis ( retired ) . (Stewart Building, 
280 Broadway, New York. ) 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Colonel Robert L. Meade. 
Captain Edward R. Lowndes. 
First Lieutenant Ernest E. West. 
First Lieutenant William W. Low. 
First Lieutenant Alexander S. Williams. 
Second Lieutenant Sidney W. Brewster. 
Second Lieutenant Harold Colvocoresses. 
Pharmacist Joseph McMahon. 

MARINE RECRUITING OFFICE. 

First Lieutenant Wade L. Jolly. 

Medical Director Edward S. Bogert (retired). 

NAVAL. STATION, NORFOLK, VA. 

Rear-Admiral Charles S. Cotton, Commandant of Yard 
and Station. 

NAVY-YARD. 

Captain Joseph E. Craig, Captain of Yard (ordered). 

Captain Robert W. Milligan. 

Commander William II. Everett, Ordnance Oflicer. 

Commander Clinton K. Curtis, Equipment Officer. 

Lieutenant Bias C. B. Sampson. 

Lieutenant Douglas E. Dismukes. 

Surgeon Isaac W. Kite. 

Pay Inspector James A. Ring, General Storekeeper. 

Paymaster James S. Phillips. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Robert H. Woods. 

Naval Constructor Robert Stocker. 

Assistant Naval Constructor Holden A. Evans. 

Civil Engineer Fred Thompson. 

Gunner John H. Lohman (Naval Powder Magazine, St. 

Julien's). 
Gunner Patrick Hill. 
Gunner William Carroll. 
Acting Gunner Daniel Geary (Siren). 
Carpenter George J. Shaw. 
Carpenter McCall Pate. 
Carpenter William E. Powell. 
Carpenter Joseph M. Simms. 

RECEIVING-SHIP FRANKLIN. 

Captain Charles M. Thomas, Commanding. 
Lieutenant-Commander Frank M. Bennett. 
Lieutenant Montgomery M. Taylor. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Michael J. McCormack. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Kenneth G. Castleman. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) David E. Theleen. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Louis C. Richardson. 
Surp:eon Charles T. Hibbett. 
Assistant Surgeon Raphael O. Marcour. 
Assistant Paymaster George W. Reeves, jr. 
Assistant Paymaster Emmett C. G«dger (ordered) 
Chaplain Arthur O. Sykes. 



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Captain of Marines Philip S. Brown. 
Boatswain John W. Stoakley. 
Boatswain Dennis J. O'Connell. 
Gunner August C. Steinbrenner. 
Acting Gunner Edmund D. Gould. 
Acting Gunner Joseph Mitchell. 
Chief Sailmaker Charles E. Minter. 
Mate Leonard J. De Ryder. 

RECEIVING-SHIP KICHMOND. 

Commander Frank E. Sawyer, Commanding. 

NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 

Captain Richard Inch. 
Lieutenant-Commander Percival J. Werlich. 
Lieutenant-Commander Reuben O. Bitler. 
Lieutenant-Commander Leo D. Miner. 
Naval Constructor Albert W. Stahl. 
Assistant Naval Constructor Homer L. Ferguson. 
Assistant Naval Constructor Ernest F. Eegert. 
Chief Boatswain Josiah B. Aiken (retired). 
Gunner Andrew OLsson. 
Acting Gunner Robert E. Cox. 
Carpenter Wilbur F. Stevenson. 
Warrant Machinist George L. Russell. 

WORKS WILLIAM R. TRIQO, RICHMOND, VA. 

Commander Harrie Webster. 
Lieutenant-Commander William S. Hogg. 
Lieutenant Emil Theiss (ordered). 
Assistant Naval Constructor William CJ. Groesbeck. 

BRANCH HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE. 

Lieutenant Andrew C. McMechan (retired). 

NAVAL HOSPITAL. 

Medical Director Remus C. Persons. 
Surgeon Sheldon G. Evans. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon William H. Bucher. 
Pa.ssed Assistant Surgeon Alfred G. Grunwell. 
Assistant Surgeon Henry E. Odell. 
Pharmacist Robert P. Neville. 
Pharmacist Colin McLarty. 

PURCHASING AND DISBURSING PAYMASTER. 

Pay Director Charles H. Eldridge (retired). 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Lieutenant-Colonel George F. Elliott. 

First Lieutenant James McE. Huey. 

First Lieutenant James T. Bootes. 

First Lieutenant Herbert J. Hirshinger. 

Second Lieutenant Stephen Elliott. 

Second Lieutenant Hilary A.Herbert, jr. (ordered). 

I^AVY-YARD, PENSAC;OL.A, FL.A. 

Rear-Admiral William C. Wise, Commandant. 

Captain Edward D. Taussig (ordered). 

Commander Frank A. Wilner (ordered). 

Surgeon Thomas A. Berryhill. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Harry H. Balthis, General 

Storekeeper. 
Assistant Naval Constructor William G. Du Bose. 
Boatswain Charles T Chase (Commanding Accomac). 
Boatswain George B Hendry (Accomac). 
Carpenter John T. S. Miller. 
Pharmacist Richard Waggener. 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Captain John A. Leieune. 
Captain Charles S. Hatch. 

NAVAL. STATION, PiriL.ADEL.PIII A, PA. 

Rear- Admiral James H. Sands, Commandant Yard and 
Station. 

NAVY-YARD. LEAGUE ISLAND 

Captain Alexander B Bates. 
Lieutenant-Commander Alfred Reynolds. 



Lieutenant-Commander Hamilton Hutchins, Equipment 

Officer. 
Lieutenant-Commander William H. Webb (retired). 
Surgeon Oliver Diehl. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Talleyrand D.Myers (retired). 
Pay Director Henry T. B. Harris. 
Pay Inspector Reah Frazer, General Storekeeper. 
Naval Constructor Lloyd Bankson. 
Assistant Naval Constructor Henry M. Gleason. 
Civil Engineer Frank T. Chambers. 
Civil Engineer Reuben E. Bakenhus. 
Boatswain William Brooks. 
Chief Gunner Cornelius Dugan (retired). 
Gunner Clarence S. Vanderbeck (Naval Magazine, Fort 

Mifflin. Pa.). 
Gunner William Zeitler. 
Gunner Adolph Hasler. 
Carpenter George W. Conover (retired). 
Carpenter Alonzo Burke. 
Chief Sailmaker Frank Watson. 
Chief Sailmaker John C. Herbert (retired). 

RECEIVING-SHIP MINNEAPOLIS. 

Captain Caspar F. Goodrich, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander Thomas W. Ryan (ordered). 

Lieutenant Andrew T. Long. 

Lieutenant John H. Rowen. 

Lieutenant John R. Y. Blakely. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Orin G. Murfin. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Hilary Williams (ordered). 

Surgeon Oliver D. Norton. 

Paymaster Henry E. Jewett. 

Chaplain Harry W. Jones. 

Chief Boatswain Alexander McCone. 

Chief Boatswain Michael Wogan. 

Boatswain William Johnson. 

Chief Gunner Charles Morgan. 

TORPEDO BOAT HOLLAND. 

Lieutenant Arthur Ma(;Arthur, Commanding. 
Gunner Owen Hill. 

CRAMP'S SHIPYARD. 

Commander William 8. Moore. 

Lieutenant-Commander Bernard O. Scott. 

Lieutenant-Commander William C. Eaton. 

Lieutenant Lucien Flynne (retired). 

Passed Assistant Engineer Robert Crawford (retired). 

Naval Constructor John F. Hanscom. 

Assistant Naval Constructor Joseph W. Powell. 

Assistant Naval Constructor John E. Bailey 

Carpenter John H. Gill. 

Chief Sailmaker William Cuddy (retired). 

Chief Sailmaker Charles H. Jones. 

Warrant Machinist William H. John.son. 

Warrant Machinist Samuel L. Wartman. 

NEAFIE A LEVY'S SHIPYARD. 

Commander Julien S. Ogden. 
Lieutenant Lucien Flynne (retired). 
Naval Constructor John F. Hanscom. 
Assistant Naval Constructor John £. Bailey. 
Carpenter Oliver C. Jones 
Chief Sailmaker Charles H. Jones. 



BRANCH HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE. 

Lieutenant Harry M. Jacoby (retired). 

PURCHASING AND DISBURSING PAYMASTER. 

Pay Director Robert P Lisle. 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Colonel Henry C. Cochrane. 
Captain George C Reid. 
First Lieutenant John H. A Day. 
Second Lieutenant Daniel W Blake. 

MARINE RECRUITING OFFICE. 

Major Littleton W. T Waller. 
Medical Director William G. Farwell. 



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ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTEJk'S OPPICR, MARINE CORPS. 

Major Thomas G. Prince, Assistant Quartermaster. 

NAVAX. HOME, PHIULDRUPHIA, PA. 

Rear- Admiral Charles K Clark, Governor. 
Commander Charles C. Com well. 
Pay Director John B. Redfleld. 
Chaplain Frank Thompson. 

NAYAL HOSPITAL. 

Medical Director Joseph B. Parker. 
Passed Assistant Sureeon Lewis Morris. 
Assistant 8ui«eon John J. Snyder. 
Pharmacist Philander N. Guise. 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

NAVAL STATION, CAVITE. 

C'aptain Albert R. Couden Commandant. 

Commander Theodoric Porter. 

Lieutenant-Commander Benjamin C. Bryan. 

Lieutenant Gustav Keammerling. 

Lieutenant Benton C. Decker. 

Lieutenant Frank M. Russell. 

Suiveon Frederick A. Hesler. 

As^tant Sursfeon Ulys R. Webb. 

Paymaster John R. Martin. 

Paymaster Livingston Hunt, General Storekeeper. 

Assistant Paymaster William B. Rogers. 

Assistant Paymaster Frederick B. Colby. 

Naval Constructor John D. Beuret. 

Assistant Naval Constructor William P. Robert. 

Boatswain Hugh J. Duffy. 

Boatswain Aaron B. Irelan. 

Chief Gunner William Walsh. 

Gunner James Shannon. 

Gunner William G. Moore. 

Gunner Conrad W. Ljungquist 

Gunner Otto E. Reh. 

Gunner Arthur C. Kail. 

Gunner John T. Swift. 

Gunner Bernard H. Connell. 

Acting Gunner LeRoy C. Hull. 

Carpenter Clayton P. Hand. 

Chief Sailmaker Garrett Van Mater. 

Warrant Machinist Arthur T. Percival. 

Warrant Machinist Ormand A. Currie. 

Acting Warrant Machinist William B. Stork. 

Acting Warrant Machinist Henry E. White. 

Mate August E. Strom. 

CAPTAIN OF PORT, MANILA. 

Commander Adolph Marix. 

NAVY PAY OFFICE, MANILA. 

Paymaster John R. Martin. 

BRANCH HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE, MANILA. 

Commander Adolph Marix. 

NAVAL RESERVATION, OLONGAPO. 

Commander Ebenezer S. Prime, Commandant. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon Henry D. Wilson. 
Civil Engineer Frank O. Mazson. 

CAVITE PROVINCE. 

Major Lincoln Karmany. 

Captain Albertus W. Catlin. 

Captain Arthur J. Matthews. 

First Lieutenant Charles C. Carpenter. 

First Lieutenant Harry R. Lay. 

First Lieutenant Richard S. Hooker. 

Second Lieutenant Douglas C. McDougal. 

Second Lieutenant Chandler Campbell. 

DISTRICT OF OLONQAPO AND SUBIG. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Otway C. Berrymaii; 

Captain Eli K. Cole. 

Captain Theodore H. Low. 

First Lieutenant Charles H. Lyman. 

First Lieutenant Julius S. Turrill. 

First Lieutenant Henrv L. Roosevelt. 

First Lieutenant Harold C. Reiainger. 



Second Lieutenant Frank Halford. 
Second Lieutenant Ellis B. Miller. 
Second Lieutenant Raymond W. Dikeman. 
Second Lieutenant William Brackett. 
Second Lieutenant Woodell A. Pickering. 

COALING STATION, ISABELA. 

Assistant Surgeon Charles M. Oman. 
Captain William H. Parker. 
First Lieutenant Rush R. Wallace, jr. 
Second Lieutenant James T. Buttrick. 
Second Lieutenant Walter £. Noa. 

COALING STATION, POLLOK. 

LieutenantO>mmander John H. L. Holcombe. 
Assistant Surgeon Rice K. McClanahan. 
Captain Robert McM. Dutton. 
First Lieuteliant Richard P. Williams. 
Second Lieutenant Provence McCormick, jr. 

ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, CAVITE. 

Captain Cyrus S. Radford, Assistant Quartermaster, Brig- 
ade Quartermaster, and Paymaster. 
Captain Edwin A. Jonas, Assistant Quartermaster. 

PHILIPPINE LONGITUDE EXPEDITION. 

Commander John A. Norris, in charge. 
Lieutenant Edward T. Wltherspoon. 

NAVAL HOSPITAL, CAVITE. 

Surgeon Phillips A. Lovering. 

MARINE BARRACKS, CAVITB. 

Colonel James Forney. 
LieutenantrColonel Mancil C. Goodrell. 
Major William J. Blddle. 
Maior Randolph Dickins. 
Major Thomas N. Wood (ordered). 
Captain Franklin J. Moses. 
Captain James E. Mahoney. 
Captain Laurence H. Moses. 
Captain Wendell C. Neville. 
First Lieutenant William Hopkins. 
First Lieutenant Fred M. Esllck. 
First Lieutenant Samuel A. W. Patterson. 
First Lieutenant William C. Harllee. 
First Lieutenant John C. Beaumont. 
First Lieutenant Hugh L. Matthews. 
Second Lieutenant Paul E. Chamberlin. 
Second Lieutenant Louis G. Miller. 
Second Lieutenant William G. Fay. 
Second Lieutenant Robert Y. Rhea. 
Second Lieutenant Frank J. Schwable. 
Second Lieutenant John P. V. Gridley. 
Second Lieutenant John W. McClaskev. 
Second Lieutenant Earl H. Ellis. 
Second Lieutenant John A. Hughes. 
Second Lieutenant Arthur McAllister. 
Surgeon Will F. Arnold. 

NAVAL. STATION, PORT ROYAL, S. C. 

Captain Edwin Longnecker, Commandant. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon Carey D. Langhome. 
Passed Assistant Paymaster Geoige M. Stackhouse. 
Civil Engineer George Mackay. 
Chief Carpenter Henry Rigby. 

NAVAL, STATION, PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 

Rear- Admiral John J. Read, Commandant of Yard and 
Station. 

NAVY-YARD. 

Captain George F. F. Wilde, Captain of Yard. 

Commander Francis H. Delano, Ordnance Officer. 

Commander James K. Cogswell, Equipment Officer. 

Lieutenant-Commander George B. Ransom. 

Medical Inspector Franklin B. Stephenson. 

Surgeon Leckinski W. Spratling. 

Pay Director Joseph Foster (retired), General Storekeeper. 

Paymaster John Q. Lovell. 

Chaplain Curtis H. Dickins. 

Naval Constructor George H. Rock. 

Civil Engineer Luther E. Gregory. 

Civil Engineer Ernest H. Brownell. 



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Gunner Walter E. Whitehead. 
Carpenter James I. Haley. 
Pharmacist Isaac N. Hurd. 
Mate John L. Vennard (retired). 

PURCHASING AND DISBUB8ING PAYMASTKB 

Pay Director Theodore S. Thompson. 

NAVAL HOSPITAL. 

Medical Inspector Franklin B. Stephenson. 
Surgeon Leckinski W. Spratling. 

MARIN£ BARRACKS. 

Lieutenant-Colonel William F. Spicer. 
Second Lieutenant Rupert C. Dewey. 
Second Lieutenant Harvey C. £gan. 

NAVY- YARD, PUGET SOUND. 

BREMERTON, WASH. 

Rear- Admiral Yates Stirling, Commandant 

Captain John V. B. Blecker, Captain of Yard. 

Lieutenaut-Commander Frank M. Bdstwick (Nipsic). 

Lieutenant Harry G. Leopold. 

Lieutenant Yates Stirling, jr. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Adrian R. Alfred. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Charles Morris, jr. 

Naval Constructor Frank H. Hibbs. 

Assistant Naval Constructor Henry T. Wright. 

Captain of Marines John T. Myers. 

Chief Boatswain Timothy Sheean (Nipsic). 

Gunner Frank A. McGregor. 

8AK FRANCISCO, CAL,. 

TRAINING STATION. 

Captain Bowman H. McCalla, Commandant (ordered). 
Lieutenant-Commander Charles F. Pond. 
Second Lieutenant of Marines Howard H. Kipp. 
('hief Boatswain Dominick Glynn. 
Gunner Charles E. Jaflfe. 

TRAINING SHIP PEN8ACOLA. 

Commander Jefferson F. Moser, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Commander Walter 8. Hughes. 

Lieutenant-Commander Robert F. Lopez. 

Lieutenant (iunior grade) Cyrus R. Miller, (ordered). 

Lieutenant (junior grade) William D. Leahy, (ordered). 

Surgeon David O. Lewis. 

Assistant Surgeon Samuel S. Rodman. 

Assistant Paymaster Ray Spear. 

Chaplain John B. Frassier. 

Acting Boatswain James Leckie. 

Gunner Joseph Hill. 

Acting Gunner Isaiah Wilbur. 

Warrant Machinist John F. Green. 

NAVAL. STATION, SAN JUAN, P. R. 

Captain Andrew Dunlap, Commandant. 

Surgeon Charles H. T. Lowndes. 

Paymaster Philip V. Mohun. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster David V. Chadwick, General 

Storekeeper. 
Civil Engineer Charles W. Parks. 
Boatswam Harry R. Brayton. 
Boatswain August Rettig. 
Acting Boatswain Phillip Fechter. 

STATION SHIP BANCROFT. 

Lieutenant-Commander Abraham E. Culver, Command- 
ing. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Mark St. C. Ellis. 
Ensign William B. Wells. 
Midshipman Frederick L. Oliver. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon James C. Pryor. 
Assistant Paymaster George P. Auld. 

STATION TUG UNCAS. 

Chief Boatswain John Mclaughlin, Commanding. 
Acting Boatswain August Wohltman. 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

First Lieutenant Frederick M. Wise. 



SEATTIiE, WASH. 

NAVY PAY OFFICE. 

Pay Director William J. Thomson. 

SITKA, ALASKA. 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Captain of Marines Joseph H. Pendleton. 

NAVAL HOSPITAL. 

Suigeon Menry B. Fitts. 

NAVAL STATION, SAMOA. 

Captain Uriel Sebree, Commandant and Governor. 

Ensign Claude C. Bloch. 

Assistant Paymaster Edward E. Goodhae. 

STATION SHIP WRKBLING. 

Captain Uriel Sebiee, Commanding. 
Lieutenant-Commander Henry Minette. 
Ueutenaht Albert C. Diffenbach. 
Lieutenant John L. Sticht. 
Ensign Ralph N. Marble, jr. 
Ensign Claude C. Block. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon Raymond Spear. 
Assistant Paymaster Edward E. Goodnue. 
Warrant Machinist Frederick Ruth. 

NAVAL. STATION, TV'ASHINGTON, D. C. 

Rear- Admiral Silas W. Terry, Commandant of Yard and 
Station. 

NAVY-YARD. 

Captain Edwin C. Pendleton, Superintendent Naval Gun 

Factory. 
Commander Richard G. Davenport. 
Lieutenant-Commander John M. Bowyer. 
Lieutenant-Commander William Braunersreuther. 
Lieutenant-Commander William S. Hogg. 
Lieutenant-Commander John H. Shipley. 
Lieutenant Horace W. Jones. 
Lieutenant William D. MacDougall. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Joseph W. Graeme. 
Medical Director Nelson M. Ferebee. 
Medical Inspector John C. Boyd. 
Paymaster John S. Carpenter, General Storekeeper, 
Paymaster Samuel L. Heap. 
Chaplain Roswell R. Hoes. 
Chief Boatswain William A. Cooper (retired). 
Chief Boatswain John S. Sinclair (retired). 
Boatswain Eugene M. Isaacs (Triton). 
Boatswain John Mahoney (Tecumsen). 
Chief Gunner Charles H. Venable (retired) . 
Gunner Clifford H. Sheldon. 
Gunner Samuel Chiles. 
Gunner David F. Diggins. 
Gunner Thomas P. Venable (retired). 
Gunner Samuel Cross (retirea). 

NAVAL HOSPITAL. 

Medical Director Abel F. Price. 
Assistant Surgeon Fred M. Bogan. 

PURCHASING AND DISBURSING PAYMASTER.. 

Pay Director Leonard A. Frailey (1429 New York 
avenue). 

MARINE BARRACKS. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin R. Russell. 

Major Harry K. White. 

Captain Robert H. Dunlap. 

First Lieutenant George van Orden. 

Second Lieutenant Thomas Holcomb, jr. 

YOKOHAMA, JAPAN. 

NAVAL HOSPITAL. 

Medical Inspector Cumberlard G. Ilerndon. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon Will M. (iarton. 
Paymaster Mitchell C. McDonald. 
Pharmacist Ephraim Kag'ing 



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OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON SPECIAL SERVICE. 

LKtHT-HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT. 



LIOHT-HOVRE BOARD. 

Rear- Admiral (Jeoixe 0. Remey. Chairman. 
Captain Benjamin P. LamberUm. 
Captain Charles T. Hutchins, Secretary. 

LIGHT-HOUSE IN8PE<*^OR«. 

First District, Commander (ireenleaf A. Merriam, Port- 
land, Me. 

Second District, Commander Charles W. Bartlett, Boston, 
Mass. 

Third District, Captain William M. Folder, Torapkinsville, 
N. Y.; Assistant lo Iiispet'tor, (Commander George W. 
Mentz. 

Fourth District, Commander John Hubbard, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Filth District, Commander John M. Hawley, Baltimore, 
Md. 

Sixth District, Commander Charles G. Bowman, Charles- 
ton, R. C. 



Seventh District, Commander James II. Bull, Key West, 

Fla. 
Eighth District, Commander Kossuth Niles, New Orleans, 

Ninth District, Commander Lucien Young, Chicago, 111. 

Tenth District. Commander Perry Garst. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Eleventh District, Commander Herbert Winslow, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Twelfth District, Commander John B. Milton, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Thirteenth District, Conimander Carlos G. Calkins, Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Fourteenth District, Lieutenan1>-Commander Arthur P. 
Osbom (retired) , Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Fifteenth District, Commander William A. Marshall, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Sixteenth District, Commander Thomas Nelson (retired). 

Light-House Establishment, Porto Rico, Commander 
George W. Mentz. 

Light-House Establishment, Philippine Islands, Lieuten- 
ant-Commander James M. Helm. 



COMMISSION OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 



ALBATR08S. 

Commander Chauncey Thomas, Commanding. 
Lieutenant Guy H. Burrage. 
Ensign Alexander N. Mitchell. 
Assistant Surgeon Charles S. Butler. 
Warrant Machinist Charles Crater. 



FISH HAWK. 



Acting Boatswain Charles H. Cleaveland, Commanding. 
Boatswain James A. Smith (retired). 
Pharmacist John D. Milligan. 



SPECIAL DUTY. 



Captain Charles R. Roelker. 
Lieutenant (junior grade) Robert Piatt. 



NAUTICAL SCHOOL-SHIPS. 



ENTERPRISE (MASSACHUSETTS). 

Commander William F. Low (retired), Commanding. 
Ensign William L. Varnum (retired). 



ST. MARY'S (NEW YORK). 

Commander Gustavus C. Hanus (retired). Commanding. 



NAVAL ATTACHES. 



Captain Richardson Clover, United States Embassy, 
London, England. 

Commander Giles B. Harber, United States Embassy, 
Paris, and United States Legation, St. Petersburg. 

Lieutenant-Commander Templin M. Potts, United States 
Embassy, Berlin and Rome, and United States Lega- 
tion, Vienna. 



Lieutenant-Commander Charles C. Marsh, United States 
Legations, Tokio and Pekin. 



SPECIAL DUTY. 



GENERAL BOARD. 

Admiral George Dewey. 

Rear- Admiral Henry C. Taylor, Chief of Bureau of Navi- 
gation. 

Rear- Admiral Charles E. Clark, Governor of Naval Home. 

Rear- Admiral Royal B. Bradford, Chief of Bureau of 
Equipment. 



Captain Charles D. Sigsbee, Chief Intelligence Ofticer. 

Captain French E, Chadwick President of War College 

Captain William Swilt. 

Commander William J. Barnette. 

Commander Nathan Sargent. 

Commander Edmund B. Underwood, Secretary. 

Colonel George C Reid, U. S. M, C, 



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DUTY WITH GENERAL BOARD. 

Captain John E. Pillsbury. 
Lieutenant George W. Williams. 
Lieutenant Walter S. Croeley. 
Captain John R. Bartlett (retired). 

BOARD OF AWARDS. 

Rear-Admiral Stephen B. Luce (retired), Senior Member. 
Rear-Admiral Andrew E. K. Benham (retired). 
Rear Admiral Francis M. Ramsey (retired). 
Commodore Rush R. Wallace (retired). 

PACIFIC NAVAL DISTRICT. 

Rear-Admiral Louis Kempff, Superintendent. 

Captain Harry Knox. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Clarence S. Kempff. 

SECOND NAVAL DISTRICT (CHATHAM LIGHT, CAPE COD TO 
BARNBOAT LIGHT, N. J.). 

Rear-Admiral Philip H. Cooper, Superintendent. 
Lieutenant Victor Blue. 

GULF NAVAL DISTRICT. 

Rear-Admiral William C. Wise, Superintendent. 



BOARD ON NAVAL STATION, OLONGAPO, P. I. 

Captain William Swift. 
Lieutenant-Commander Albert P. Niblack. 
Naval Constructor Washington L. Capps. 
Civil Engineer A. G. Mcnocal (retired). 

STATE, WAR, AND NAVY DEPARTMENT BriLDINO. 

Commander George W. Baird, Superintendent. 

Dl'TY WITH CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. 

Commander Charles W. Rae. 

DUTY WITH IX)UIHIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION, ST. LOUIS, 
MO. 

Commander Asher C. Baker. 

Chief Engineer David P. Jones (retired). 

VaVAL STATION, NEW LONDON, CONN. 

Paymaster Henry T. Skelding (retired). 
Civil Engineer Alfre<i C. Lewerenz. 



BOARD OF INSPECTION AND SURVEY. 



Captain Charles J. Train, President. 
Captain Charles R. Roelker. 
Commander Walter C. Cowles. 



Naval Constructor Joseph J. Woodward. 
Major of Marines Charles H. Lauchheimer. 



SUPERINTENDING CONSTRUCTION OF VESSELS. 



Naval Constructor John F. Hanscom, Superintending 

Constructor, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Assistant Naval Constructor Joseph W. Powell, Assistant. 
Assistant Naval Constructor John E. Bailey, Assistant. 
Carpenter J. H. Gill, Assistant. 
Carpenter O. C. Jones, Assistant. 

Battle ship Maine (No. 10). 

Armored cruiser Pennsylvania (No. 4). 

Armored cruiser Colorado (No. 7). 

Protected cruiser Denver (No. 14). 

Protected cruiser St. Louis (No. 20). 

Naval Constructor Albert W. Stahl, Superintending Con- 
structor, Newport News, Va. 
Naval Constructor Homer L. Ferguson, Assistant. 
Assistant Naval Constructor Ernest F. Eggert, Assistant. 
Carpenter W. F. Steven.son, Assistant. 

Battle ship Mis.souri (No. 11). 

Battle ship Virginia (No. 13) . 

Battle ship Louisiana (No. 19} . 

Armored cruLser West Virginia (No. 5). 

Armored cruiser Maryland (No. 8). 

Protected cruiser Charleston (No. 22). 

Naval Constructor John G. Tawresey, Superintending 

Constructor, San Francisco, Cal. 
Assistant Naval Constructor Lawrence S. Adams, Assist- 
ant. 
Carpenter Franz A. Itrich, Assistant. 

Battle ship Ohio (No. 12). 

Armored cruiser Calif omia (No. 6). 

Armored cruiser South Dakota (No. 9). 

Protected cruiser Tacoma (No. 18). 

Protected cruiser Milwaukee (No. 21). 

Monitor Wyoming (No. 10). 

Submarine torpedo boat Grampus (No. 4). 

Submarine torpedo boat Pike (No. 6). 

Naval Constructor Thomas F. Ruhm, Superintending 

Construtor, Seattle, Wash. 
Carpenter Frederick C. Le Pine, Assistant. 

Battle ship Nebraska (No. 14). 



Naval Constructor Horatio G. Gillnior, Superintendini^ 

Constructor, Bath, Me. 
Carpenter Frank H. Preble, A.ssistant. 

Battle ship Georgia (No. 15). 

Protected cruiser Cleveland (No. 19). 

Monitor Nevada (No. 8). 

Naval Constructor Richard M. Watt, Superintending Con- 
structor, Quincy, Mass. 
Chief Carpenter Edward H. Hay, Assistant. 

Battle ship New Jersey (No. IG). 

Battle ship Rhode Island (No. 17). 

I*rotected cruiser Des Moines (No. 1.^)). 

Destroyer Lawrence (No. 8). 

Destroyer Maodonough (No. 9). 

Naval Constructor Richard M. Watt, Superintending Con- 
structor, South Boston, Mass. 
Torpedo boat Blakely (No. 27). 

Assistant Naval Constructor Stuart F. Smith, Superintend- 
ing Constructor, Elizabeth port, N.J. 
Carpenter T. W. Richards, Assistant. 

Protected cruiser Chattanooga (No. IG). 

Monitor Florida (No. 9). 

Torpedo boat Nicholson (No. 29). 

Torpedo boat O'Brien (No. 30). 

Submarine torpedo boat Plunger (No. 1). 

Submarine torpedo boat Adder (No. 3) . 

Submarine torpedo boat Mocca.«>in (No. 5). 

Submarine torpedo boat Porpoise (No. 7) . 

Submarine torpedo boat Shark (No. 8) . 

Assistant Naval Constructor William G. Groesbeck, Super- 
intending Constructor, Richmond, Va. 
Protected cruiser Galveston (No. 17). 

Naval Constructor Frank L. Femald (retired), Superin- 
tending Constructor, Wilmington, Del. 
Destroyer Hopkins (No. 6). 
Destroyer Hull (No. 7). 
Torpedo boat Stringham (No. 19). 

Naval Constructor Frank L. Fernald (retired), Superin- 
tending Constructor, Baltimore, Md. 
Torpedo boat Tingey (No. 34). 



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LIST OF SHIPS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY. 

[Abbrkyiations.— AtU{; S., steel; 8. W., steel, wood sheathed; I., iron; W., wood. Propulsion: S., screw; 
T. 8., twin screw; Tr. 8., triple screw; P., paddle.] 

FIRST RATE. 



Maine 

Alabama 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Kearsarge 

Kentucky — 

Iowa 

Indiana 

Massachusetts 

Oregon 

Brooklyn 

New York.... 



12,500 
11,625 
11,525 
11,625 

11,625 
11,525 
11,340 
10,288 
10,288 
10,288 
9,215 
8,200 



Ist class battle ship 

do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Armored cruiser. . . 
....do 



8. 


16,000 


T.S. 


20 


8. 


11,366 


T.8. 


18 


8. 


11,366 


T.S. 


18 


8. 


10.000 


T.S. 


18 


8. 


11,954 


T.S. 


22 


8. 


12,318 


T.S. 


22 


8. 


12, 105 


T.S. 


18 


8. 


9,738 


T.S. 


16 


8. 


10,403 


T.S. 


16 


8. 


11,111 


T.S. 


16 


8. 


18,769 


T.S. 


20 


8. 


17,401 


T.S. 


18 



North Atlantic Fleet. 

Do. 

Do. 
Repairing, navy-yard, Puget 

Sound. 
North Atlantic Fleet. 
Asiatic Fleet. 
North Atlantic Fleet. 

Do. 

Do. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Repairing, navy-yard. New York. 
Pacific Squadron. 



SECOND RATE. 



(Columbia 

Minneapolis. . 

Texas 

Puritan 

Olympia 

Chicago 

Yankee 

Prairie 

BuflEalo 

Dixie 

Baltimore 

Philadelphia : 

Newark 

San Francisco 
Monterey 

Monadnock . . 
Hancock 



7,376 

7,375 

6,315 
6,060 

6,870 
5,000 



6,872 
6,888 
6,145 
4,413 
4,324 
4,098 
4,098 
4,084 



4,005 

(«) 



Protected cruiser ... 8 



.do. 



2d class battle ship . 
Double- turret mon- 
itor. 
Protected cruiser. . . 

....do 

Cruiser (con verted ) . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Protected cruiser. . . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Barbette turret, low 
free-board mon- 
itor. 

Double-turret mon- 
itor. 

Transport 



18,509 

20,862 

8,610 
3,700 

17,313 
9,000 
3,800 

3,800 
3,600 
3,800 
10,064 
8,815 
8,869 
9,913 
5,244 



3,000 
4,000 



Tr.S. 

Tr.S. 

T.S. 
T.S. 

T.S. 
T.S. 

8. 



S. 

s. 

T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 



T.S. 

S. 



Receiving ship, navy-yard, New 

York N. Y. 
Receiving 8hip,navy-yard,Le^ue 

Island, Pa. 
North Atlantic Fleet. 
Special service (gunnery training 

ship). 
Caribbean Squadron. 
European Squadron. 
Repairing, navy-yard, League 

Island. 
Training service (landsmen) . 

Do. 
Repairing, navy-yard, New York. 

Do. 
Navy-yard, Puget Sound. 
South Atlantic Squadron. 
Repairing, Norfolk navy-yard, 
Asiatic Fleet. 



Do. 
En route New York. 



THIRD RATE. 



Aiax 

Glacier 

Celtic 

Culgoa 

Saturn 

Rainbow . . . 
Arethusa . . . 
Alexander . 
Iris 



Brutus 

Sterling 

Caesar 

Nero 

Nanshan 

Abarenda 

Supply 

Marcellus 

Hannibal 

Leonidas 

Solace 

Panther 

Miantonomoh . 



Amphitrite 3, 



a7,500 
a7,000 

6,428 
a6,300 
a 6, 220 

6,206 
a 6, 200 

6,181 

6,100 

a6,000 
5,663 
5,016 
4,925 

a 4, 827 
4,670 
4,460 

«4,400 
4,291 
4,242 
4,700 
4,260 
3,990 



Collier 

Refrigerator ship. . . 

do 

Supply ship 

Collier 

Cruiser (converted; 

Tank steamer 

Collier 

Supply and repair 

Collier 

do 

do 

do 

do : 

do 

Supply ship 

Collier 

do 

do.. 

Hospital ship 

Cruiser (converted) 
Double-turret mon- 
itor. 
do 



s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
I. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 

s. 
I. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
I. 
I. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
I. 
I. 

I. 


3,000 


s. 
s. 
s. 


C2 


1,890 

61,600 

1,500 

1,800 


s. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 


c2 

""c'i 

c2 
c2 

a 

c4 


1,026 
1,300 

1,200 
o926 
1,500 
1,000 


1,050 
1,069 
1,200 
1,100 
1,000 
3,200 


s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 

T.S. 
T.S. 


c4 
c2 
c2 
c2 
c2 

'""s 

4 
6 


1,426 
1,600 



a Exact figures not known. 



b Estimated. 



Collier service. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 
Special service, maneuvers. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 
Special service, maneuvers. 
Collier service. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Collier service. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Asiatic Fleet. 
Norfolk Navy-yard. 
En route Guam. 
Collier service. 

Do. 

Do. ' 
Transport service to Manila. 
Caribbean Squadron. 
Navy-yard, League Island, Pa. 

Navy-yard, Boston, 
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LIST OF SHIPS OF THE U. 8. NAVY. 
THIRD RATE— Continued. 



189 



Name. 



Terror. 



Albany 

New Orleans 

Lancaster 

Arkansas 

Wyoming 

Cincinnati 

Raleigh 

Reina Mercedes . 

Atlanta 

Boston 

Hartford 

Mayflower 

Topeka 

Katahdin 

Canonicus 



Detroit 

Montgomerj' . 
Marblehead . 

Mohican 

Jason 



Lehigh 

Montauk 

Nahant 

Manila 

Bennington . 

Concorof 

Yorktown . . . 

Dolphin 

Wilmington . 

Helena 

Adams 



Enteriprise 

Nashville 

Monocacy 

Castine 

Machias 

Chesapeake ' 

Don Juan de Austria . I 

Isla de Luzon 

IsladeCuba I 

Alert 

Ranger 

Annapolis 

Vicksburg 

Wheeling 

Marietta 

Newjwrt 

Princetx>n 

Lawton 

Relief 



Di 

pla< 
me 
(tor 

3,990 

3,437 
3,437 
3,250 
3,214 
3,214 
3,213 
3,213 
3,090 
3,000 
3,000 
2,790 
2,690 
2,372 
2,155 
2,100 

2,089 
2,089 
2,089 
1,900 

1,875 

1,875 
1,875 
1,875 
1,800 
1,710 
1,710 
1,710 
1,486 
1,392 
1,392 
1,375 
1,375 
1,375 
1,371 
1,370 
1,177 
1,177 
1,175 
1,159 
1,030 
1,030 
1,020 
1,020 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 



Guns 

(main 

ba^ 

tery). 



Double-turret mon- 
itor. 

Protected cruiser. . . 

do 

Cruiser 

Monitor 

do 

Protected cruiser. , . 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Cruiser 

Cruiser ( converted ) 

Gunboat 

Harbor-defense ram 

Single-turret mon- 
itor. 

Unprotected cruiser 

do 

do 

Cruiser 

Single-turret mon- 
itor. 

do 

do 

do 

Gunboat 

do 

do 

do 

Dispatch boat 

Light-draft gunboat 

do 

Cruiser 

do 

do 

Light-draft gunboat 

do 

Gunboat 

do 



do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

Cruiser . 
do.. 



Com] 



aposit 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

a Transport. .. 
Hospital ship . 



I. 


L600 


s. w. 


7,500 


s. w. 


7.500 


w. 


00 


s. 


00 


s. 


00 


s. 


00 


s. 


00 


s. 


00 


s. 


130 


8. 


00 


w. 


00 


8. 


00 


L 


00 


S. 


68 


I. 


40 


S. 


6,227 


s. 


5,680 


s. 


6,451 


w. 


1,100 


I. 


340 


I. 


340 


L 


340 


s. 


340 


L 


750 


I. 


3,436 


s. 


3,405 


s. 


3,392 


s. 


2,253 


s. 


1,894 


s. 


1,988 


w. 


800 


w. 


800 


w. 


800 


s. 


2,636 


I. 


850 


s. 


2,199 


s. 


2,046 


Comp. 




1,500 


s. 


2,627 


s. 


2,627 


I. 


500 


I. 


500 


Comp. 


1,227 


Comp. 


1,118 


Comp. 


1,081 


Comp. 


. 1,054 


Comp. 


1,008 


Comp. 


800 


s. 


3,200 


s. 


2,666 



T.S. 

T.S. 
T.S. 

S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 

S. 

S. 

S. 

s. 

T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 

s. 

T.S. 
T.S. 

T.S. 



S. 

S. 

S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 

S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 

S. 

S. 

s. 

T S. 

P. 
T.S. 
T.S. 
Sails. 

S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 

S. 

s. 
s. 
s. 

T.S. 
T.S. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 



station or condition. 



Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. 

Repairing navy-yard, Boston. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Training service (landsmen). 
Naval Academy. 
Navy-yard, Mare Island. 
European Squadron. 
Navy-yard, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Do. 
Caribbean Sauadron. 
Pacific Squaaron. 
Training ship (apprentices). 
Special service. 
Training ship (landsmen^. 
Navy-yard, League Island. 

South Atlantic Squadron. 

Do. 
Pacific Squadron. 
Training ship (landsmen). 
Nayy-yard, League Island, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Navy-yard, Mare Island. 

Do. 

Do. 
Asiatic Fleet. 
Special service. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 
Training ship (apprentices). 

Do. 
Public Marine School, Boston. 
Repairing navy -yard, Bostor. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Navy-yard, League Island. 
European Squaaron. 
Naval Academy. 
Asiatic Fleet. 
En route Pensacola. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Training station, San Francisco. 
Pacific Sauadron. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 
Station ship, Tutuila. 
Caribbean Squadron. 
Navy-yard, Boston, Mass. 
Asiatic Fleet. 
Navv-yard, Mare Island. 

Do. 



FOURTH RATE. 



Lebanon 

Justin 

Southery 

Pompey 

Zafiro 

General Ala va. 

Yankton 

Vesuvius 



Petrel 

Scorpion .. 

Fern 

Bancroft .. 

Vixen 

Gloucester. 
Michigan.. 



Wasp.. 
Frolic . 



3,375 

3,300 

b3,100 

b3,085 

62,000 

1,400 

975 

929 

892 
850 
840 
839 
806 
786 
685 



Collier 

do 

.....do 

do 

Transport 

do 

Gunboat ( con v' t' d ) . 
Dynamite-gun ves- 
sel. 

Gunboat 

Gunboat (conv't'd^ . 

Tender 

Gunboat 

Gunboat (conv't'd) . 

do 

Cruiser 

Gunboat (conv't'd) . 
do 



I. 

s. 
I. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 




S. 

s. 
s. 
s. 


c4 
c2 
c-2 
c2 










770 

750 

3,795 


s. 
s. 

T.S. 


c4 
c3 


s. 
s. 
w. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
I. 


1,095 
2,800 

300 
1,213 
1,250 
2,000 

365 


s. 

T.S. 

s. 

T.S. 

s. 
s. 
P. 


4 
c8 
c3 

4 
c4 
clO 
c6 


s. 
s. 


1,800 
550 


s. 
s. 


bi 



a Exact figures not known. 



ft Estimated. 



Collier service. 

Guam. 

Prison ship, navy-yard, Boston. 

Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 

Do. 
Special service (survey). 
Navy-yard, Boston. 

Navy-yard, Mare Island. 

North Atlantic Fleet. 

Naval Militia, Dist. of Columbia. 

Station ship. San Juan. 

Caribbean Squadron. 

South Atlantic Squadron. 

Special service, Northwestern 

Lakes. 
Special service (maneuvers). 
Asiatic Fleet. 

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Nami'. 



Dorothea 

Kicano , 

PinU 

Stranger 

Peoria 

Hist 

Eagle 

Hornet 

QiiiroH 

VillalolM)M . . 

Hawk 

Siren 

Sylvia 

Callao 

Pampanga.. 
Paragua — 

Samar 

Arayat 

Aileen. 

Mindanao . . 

Elfrida 

Sylph 

Calamianes. 

Albay 

Leyte 

Oneida 

Panay 

Manilei^o 

Mariveles . . . 

Mindoro 

Restless 

Shearwater . 

Inca 

Alvarado 

Sandoval 

Huntress 

Basco 

Gardoqui 

Urdaneta 



Dis- 

place- 

I inent 

I (tons). 

594 
560 
550 

iHis 
472 
' 434 
425 
400 
400 
j 375 
6315 
; 6302 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
192 
174 
6173 
152 
150 
150 
150 
ir)0 
142 
142 
142 
142 
137 
122 
6120 
100 
100 
82 
42 
42 
42 



Type. 



Gunboat (conv't'd). 

(yunboat 

do 

GunlxMit (fonv't'd ) . 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Gunl)«Mit 

do 

Gunbotit (eonv't'tl) 

do 

do 

Gunboat 

do 

do 

do 

do 

(funboat (conv't'd) 

(vunlxMit 

(iun)M>at (conv't'd) 

do 

Gunboat 

do 

do 

(Tunljoat (conv't'd) 

Gunboat 

do 

do 

do 

Gun)>oat (conv't'd) 

do 

do 

Gunboat 

do 

Gunboat (conv't'd) 

(iunbottt 

do 

do 



Hn...;i.H.I>. J^l- 



s, 
r. 
I. 

s. 

s. i 

s. 

s. 

C-omp. 
Comp. 

S. 

s. 
I. 
s. 
I. 
I. 
I. 
I. 
s. 
I. 
s. 
s. 
I. 
I. 
I. 
w. 
I. 
I. 
I. 
I. 
I. 
s. 
w. 
s. 
s. 

('omp. 

L 
I. 



1,558 
600 
310 , 

"'566' 
850 
800 I 
208 
208 I 
1,000 • 



250 
250 
250 
250 
260 
500 
100 
200 
550 
125 
125 
125 
350 
125 
125 
125 
125 
600 




S. 
T. S. 

S. 

s. 
s. 
s. 

8. 
S. 
S. 

s. 

8. 

S. 

s. 

T. S. 
T. S. 
T. S. 
T. S. 
T. S. 

S. 
T. S. 

S. 

s. 

T. S. 
T. S. 
T. S. 

8. 
T. S. 
T. S. 
T. S. 
T. S. 

S. 

8. 

S. 

s. 

8. 
8. 
S. 
S. 

s. 



Guns 
(main 
ba^ 
tery). 

a 10 



station or condition. 



a 2 
o5 
o7 
a6 
a6 
a9 
a2 
o2 
ai 
ai 
a6 
a6 
ai 
ai 
o4 
a6 
a 5 
a6 
a2 
08 
aS 
a3 
aS 
a6 
ai 
ai 
ai 
ai 
aS 
a'S 
a2 
a2 
a2 
a2 
a2 
a 2 
rt2 



Naval Militia, Illinois. 

Asiatic Fleet. 

Naval Militia, San Diego, Cal. 

Naval Militia, I^misiana. 

Tender to Puritan. 

Special service, maneuvers. 

Do. 
Navy-yard, Norfolk. 
Asiatic Station. 

Do. 
Naval Militia, Ohio. 
Tender to Franklin. 
Naval Militia, Maryland. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Naval Militia, New York. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Naval Militia, New Jersey. 
8{)ecial service. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 

Do. 
Naval Militia, Dist. of Columbia. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Navy-yard, Norfolk. 
Naval Militia, Pennsylvania. 
Naval Militia, Ma.<«<achusetts. 
Naval Academv, Annapolis. 

Do. 
Naval Militia, New Jersey. 
Asiatic Fleet. 

Do. 

Do. 



TORPEDO VESSELS. 



Decatur 

Perrv 

Preble 

Dale 

Truxtuii 

Whipple 

Chauncey 

Barry 

Bainbridge 

Worden 

Stewart 

Paul Jones 

Pushing (No. 1 ) 

Ericsson (No. 2) 

Foote (No. 3) 

ltodgers(No.4) 

Winslow (No. 5) 

Porter (No. 6) 

Dupont (No. 7) 

l)e Long 

Rowan (No. 8) 

Dahlgren (No. 9) 

T. A. M. Craven 
(No. 10). 

Farragut (No. 11) 

Davis (No. 12) 

Fox (No. 13) 

Morns (No. 14) 

Talbot (No. 15) 

Gwin (No. 16) 

Mackenzie (No. 17).. 

Wilkes (No. 36) 

McKee (No. 18) 

Bailey (No.21) 

Somers(No.22) 

Manlv (No. 23) 



420 
420 
420 
420 
433 
433 
420 
420 
420 
433 
4-20 
420 

ia5 

120 
142 
142 
142 
165 
165 
165 
182 
146 
146 

273 

132 

132 

1% 

i6i 

46 

65 

165 

65 

235 

145 

630 



Torp. l)t. de.s 

do 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Torpedo bout. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 



a Secondary battery. 



s. 


8,000 


T.8. 


a 2 


s. 


7,000 


T.S. 


a2 


s. 


7,000 


T.8. 


a2 


8. 


8,000 


T.S. 


a2 


8. 


8,300 


T.S. 


a 2 


S. 


8,300 


T.S. 


a2 


8. 


8,000 


T.S. 


a2 


8. 


8,000 


T.S. 


a 2 


S. 


8,000 


T.S. 


a 2 


8. 


8,300 


T.S. 


a 2 


8. 


7,000 


T.S. 


o2 


S. 


7,000 


T.S. 


a2 


S. 


1,720 


T.S. 


cZ 


8. 


1,800 


T.S. 


cS 


8. 


2,000 


T.S. 


c'6 


S. 


2,000 


T.S. 


c'i 


S. 


2,000 


T.S. 


c3 


8. 


63,400 


T.S. 


c3 


8. 


63,400 


T.S. 


c3 


8. 


3,000 


T.S. 


c3 


S. 


3,200 


T.S. 


c'i 


s 


4,200 


T.S. 


c2 


8. 


4,200 


T.S. 


c2 


8. 


5,600 


T.S. 


c2 


8. 


1,7.50 


T.S. 


c'6 


S. 


1,750 


T.S. 


c3 


S. 


1,750 


T.S. 


c3 


8. 


850 


8. 


c2 


8. 


850 


8. 


c2 


8. 


850 


8. 


c2 


8. 


3,000 


T.S. 


as 


8. 


850 


8. 


€2 


8. 


5,600 


T.S. 


c2 


8. 


1,900 


8. 


c2 


8. 
6£s 


6250 
timated. 


8. 


Cl 



Torpedo-boat flotilla. 

Special service. 

Navy-yard, Mare Island. 

In reserve, navy-yard, Norfolk. 

Do. 
Special service. 
In reserve, navy-yard, Norfolk. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Naval Academy. 
Navy-yard, Mare Island. 
In reserve, navy-yard, Norfolk. 

Do. 

Do. 
Washington (special service). 
Torpedo Station, Newport, R. I. 
In reserve, navy-yard, Norfolk. 

Do. 

Do. 
c 3 I Navy-yard, Puget Sound. 
- " New Suffolk, Long Island. 

Torpedo Station, Newport. R. I. 

Special service. 
Navy-yard, Mare Island. 

Torpedo Station, Newport, R. I. 

Naval Academy, Annapolis. 

Norfolk (repairing). 

In reserve, navy-yard, Norfolk. 

Torpedo-boat flotilla. 

Torpedo Station, Newport, R. I. 

Navy-yard, Norfolk. 

In reserve, navy-yard, Norfolk. 

Naval Academy, Annapolis. 



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TORPEDO VESSELS— Continued. 



Name. 



Bagley (No.25).. 
Bamey (No. 26) . 
Blddle (No. 27) . . 
Shubrick(No.32 
Stockton (No. 33] 

Thornton 

StUetto(No.58)-. 
Holland (No. 54) 



Dis- 
place- 
ment 

(tons). 



Type. 



167 , Torpedo boat. 

167 ; do 

167 do 

166 do 

166 do 

165 do 

31 do 

73 Submarine torpedo 
boat. 



Accomac . . . 

Active 

AUce 

Apache 

Cnickasaw . 

Choctaw 

Fortune 

Hercules . . . 

Iroquois 

Iwana 

Leyden 

Massasoit. . . 

Modoc 

Mohawk ... 
Narkeeta . . . 
Nezinscot .. 

Nina 

Osceola 

Pawnee 

Pawtucket . 
Penacook .. 
Piscataqua . 

Pontiac 

Potomac 

Powhatan . . 

Rapido 

Samoset 

Sebago 

Sioux 

Standish ... 
Tecumseh . . 

Traffic 

Triton 

Unadilla . . . 

Uncas 

Vigilant 

Waban 

Wahneta . . . 
Wompatuck 



187 
296 
356 
650 
100 
350 
450 
198 
702 
192 
450 
202 
241 
420 
192 
156 
357 
571 
275 
225 
225 
631 
401 
67V 
194 
100 
225 
190 
155 
450 
214 
280 
212 
345 
441 
300 
150 
192 
462 



Tug. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Hull. 

S. 


I.H.P. 


1 
Propul- 
sion. 


4,200 


T.S. 


S. 


4,200 


T.S. 


S. 


4,200 


T.S. 


s. 


3,000 


T.S. 


s. 


3,000 


T.S. 


s. 


3,000 


T.S. 


w. 


359 


S. 


s. 


150 


S. 



I Guns 
(main 
bat- 
tery). 



TUGS. 



I. 

s. 
w. 
w. 
I. 
I. 
I. 
I. 
s. 
s. 
I. 
s. 
I. 
s. 



w. 

s. 
s. 
s. 



s. 
I. 

s. 
s. 



w. 

s. 
s. 
s. 



I. 

s. 
I. 



260 
600 
250 
550 



188 
340 



1,000 
300 
340 



400 
300 
400 



250 
450 
450 

1,600 
426 

2,000 

397 

70 

450 



290 
340 
500 



300 
500 
750 
450 



300 

650 



as 
aZ 
as 
aZ 
ad 
bZ 
a2 
al 



Station or condition. 



Torpedo-boat flotilla. 

Do! 
Navy-yard, Norfolk. 
Torpedo-boat flotilla. 

Torpedo Station, Newport, R. I. 
Navy-yard, League Island. 



62 
bb 
&2 
63 
61 
63 



63 
63 



61 



62 
■ 62 



64 
63 
64 
62 
61 



61 
62 
61 
62 



62 
65 
61 



62 



Naval Station, Key West. 
Navy-yard, Mare Island. 
Navy-yard, Norfolk. 
Navy-yard, New York. 

Do. 
Navy-yard, Norfolk. 
South Atlantic Squadron. 
Navy-yard, Norfolk. 
Naval Station, Hawaii. 
Navy-yard, Boston. 
Special service, maneuvers. 
Naval Station, Key West, Fla. 
Navy-yard, League Lsland. 
Navy-yard, Norfolk. 
Navy-yard, New York. 
Navy-yard, Portsmouth. 
Tender to torpedo boat flotilla. 
Special service, maneuvers. 
Navy-yard, New York. 
Navy-yard, Puget Sound. 
Naval Station, Port Royal. 
Asiatic Fleet. 
Navy-yard, New York. 
North Atlantic Fleet. 
Navy-yard, New York. 
Asiatic Fleet, Cavite. 
Navy-yard, League Island. 
Navy-yard, Pensacola. 
Navy-yard, Portsmouth. 
Naval Academy, Annapolis. 
Navy-yard, Washington. 
Navy-yard, New York. 
Navy-yard, Washington. 
Navy-yard, Mare Island. 
Naval Station, San Juan, P. R. 
Training Station, San Francisco. 
Navy-yard, Pensacola, Fla. 
Navy-yard, Norfolk. 
Asiatic Fleet. 



SAILING SHIPS. 



Alliance 

Monongahela 
CJonstellation. 

Jamestown . . . 

Portsmouth . . 
Saratoga 

St. Mary's 



1,375 
2,100 
1,186 

1,150 

1,125 
1,025 

1,025 



Franklin 5,170 

Wabash 4,650 

Independence 3, 270 

Pensacola 3,000 

Richmond 2,700 

Nipsic 1,375 



w. 
w. 
w. 

w. 

w. 
w. 

w. 




Sails . . 
...do.. 


6 
6 

8 






...do.. 




...do.. 




•do 


12 




...do.. 




...do.. 













WOODEN RECEIVING SHIPS. 



w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 



I 



Training service (landsmen). 

Training service (apprentices). 

Stationary training ship, New- 
port. 

Transferred to Marine-Hospital 
Service. 

Naval Militia, New Jersey. 

Public Marine School, Philadel- 
phia. 

Public Marine School, New York. 



Receiving ship, Norfolk. 
Receiving ship, Boston. 
Receiving ship. Mare Island. 
Training Sta., San Francisco, Cal. 
Auxiliary to Franklin. 
Navy-yard, Puget Sound. 



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LIBT OF SHIPS OF THE U. 8. NAVY. 
UNSERVICEABLE. 



Name. 



New Hampflhirc, 
Omaha 

Constitution 

Iro(]uoia 

8t. Louis 

Dale 

Minnesota 

Marion 

YanUc 



Dis- 
place- 
ment 

(tons). 

4,160 
2,400 

2,200 
1,676 



675 
4,700 
1,900 

900 



Type. 


Hull. 


1 


Guns 
(main 
bat- 
tery). 

2 


Station or condition. 


Sallinif ship 


W. 
W. 

W. 

w. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 


galls. 


Naval Militia, New York, N. Y. 


Cruiser 




Transferred to Marine-Hospital 

Service. 
Navy-yard, Boston. 
Transferred to Marine-Hospital 

Service. 
Naval MUitia, Pennsylvania. 


Sailing ship 

Cruiser 


1 


4 


. . . .1 


Sailing ship 


1 




do 


1 




Naval Militia, Maryland. 


Cruiser . 


•• • 1 


9 

8 
4 


Naval Militia Massachusetts? 


....do 


1, 100 8. 
310 S. 


Naval Militia, San Diego, Cal. 
Naval Militia, Michigan. 


....do 





UNDER CONSTRUCTION. 



Missouri . 



Ohio. 



Georgia 

New Jersey. 



Nebraska. 
Virginia.. 



Rhode Island . 

California 

Pennsylvania . 
West Virginia . 



Maryland . 
Colorado .. 



South Dakota . 



St. Louis 

Milwaukee. 



Charleston . 



Chattanooga . 



Cleveland . . 

Denver 

Des Moines. 



Galveston . 
Tacoma ... 



Gunboat No. 16. . . 

Nevada 

Florida 

Hopkins (No. 42) . 



Hull (No. 43) 

Lawrence (No.44) .. 

Macdonough (No. 

45). 
Stringham(No. 19).. 

Goldsborough (No. 

20). 
Blakely (No.28).... 



Dis- 
place- 
ment 

(tons) . 



12,500 



12,500 

15,000 
15,000 

15,000 
14,600 



14,600 
14,000 
14,000 
14,000 



13,600 
13,600 



9,600 
9,600 

9,600 



3,100 

3,100 
3,100 
3,100 

3,100 
3,100 



3,214 

3,214 

408 

408 

400 

400 

340 

2474 

165 



Type. 



Ist-class battle ship. 



-do. 



.do. 
.do. 



.do., 
.do.. 



....do 

Armored cruiser. . 

....do 

....do 



.do. 
.do; 



.do. 



Protected cruiser. 
....do 



.do. 



.do... 



....do 

....do 

....do 



.do., 
.do.. 



Gunboat 

Monitor 

do 

Torpedo-boat de- 
stoyer. 

Torpedo-boat de- 
stroyer. 

do 



do 

Torpedo boat., 

do 

do 



Hull. 



S.W. 

s.w. 



S.W. 

s. 



s. 

s.w. 
s.w. 

s.w. 

s. 



s. 
s. 



s.w. 

s.w. 
s.w. 

s.w. 

s.w. 

s.w. 



s. 
s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 



I. H. p. 



16,000 

18,000 
18,000 

18,000 
18,000 



18,000 
23,000 
23,000 
23,000 



23,000 
23,000 

23,000 

21,000 
21,000 

21,000 



4,700 

4,700 
4,700 
4,700 

4,700 
4,700 



2,400 
2,400 
7,200 

7,200 

8,400 

8,400 

7,200 

6,000 

3,000 



I»ropul- 
sion. 


Guns 
(main 
bat- 
tery). 

20 


T.S. 


T.S. 


20 


T.S. 
T.S. 


24 

24 


T.S. 
T.S. 


24 
24 


T.S. 


24 


T.S. 


22 


T.S. 


22 


T.S. 


22 


T.S. 
T.S. 


22 
22 


T.S. 


22 


T.S. 
T.S. 


14 
14 


T.S. 


14 


T.S. 


10 


T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 


10 
10 
10 


T.S. 
T.S. 


10 
10 


T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 


'""6 

6. 

a2 


T.S. 


a2 


T.S. 


a2 


T.S. 


a2 


T.S. 


a2 


T.S. 


a2 


T.S. 


as 



a Torpedo tubes. 



Place where building. 



Newport News Ship Building and 

Dry Dock Co., Newport News, 

Va. 
Union Iron Works, San FTancisco, 

Cal 
Bath Iron Works. Bath, Me. 
Fore River S. & E. Co. , Weymouth, 

Mass. 
Moran Bros. Co., Seattle, Wash. 
Newport News Ship Building and 

Dry Dock Co., Newport News, 

Va. 
Fore River S. & E. Co., Weymouth, 

Mass. 
Union Iron Works, San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Wm. Cramp & Sons, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Newport News Ship Building and 

Dry Dock Co., Newport News, 

Va. 
Do. 
Wm. Cramp & Sons, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Union Iron Works, San Francisco, 

Cal 
Neafie & Levy, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Union Iron Works, San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Newport News Ship Building and 

Dry Dock Co., Newport News, 

Va. 
Lewis Nixon, Elizabethport, 

N.J. 
Bath Iron Works, Bath, Me. 
Neafie & Levy, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fore River S. «fe E. Co., Weymouth, 

Mass. 
Wm. R. Trigg Co., Richmond, Va. 
Union Iron Works, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Contract not yet awarded. 
Bath Iron Works, Bath, Me. 
Lewis Nixon, Elizabethport, N. J. 
Harlan & HoUingsworth Co., 

Wilmington, Del. 
Harlan <fe HoUingsworth Co., Wil- 
mington, Del. 
Fore Rivers. & E. Co., Weymouth, 

Mass. 
Do. 

Harlan <fe HoUingsworth Co., Wil- 
mington, Del. 
Navy- Yard, Puget Sound. 

Geo. Lawley & Sons, South Bos- 
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Name. 


Dis- 
place- 
ment 
(tons). 


Type. 


Hull. 


I.H.P. 


Propul- 
sion. 


Guns 
(main 
bat- 
tery). 


Place where building. 


Nicholson (No. 30) . . 

O'Brien (No. 31) 

Tingey(No.35) 

Plunger (No. 24) 

Adder (No. 55) 

Grampus (No. 56) 

Moccasin (No. 57) ... 
Pike(No.58) 

Porpoise (No. 59) .... 

Shark (No. 60) 


174 
174 
165 

120 

120 
120 

120 
120 

120 

120 


do 

do 

. .do 


S. 
8. 
8. 

S. 

S. 

s. 
s. 

S. 

s. 
s. 


3,000 

"'3,666 

160 

160 
160 

160 
160 

160 

160 


T.S. 
T.S. 
T.S. 

8. 

S. 

S. 

8. 
S. 

S. 

8. 


as 
aZ 


Lewis Nixon, Elizabethport, N. J. 

Do. 
Columbian Iron Works. Balti- 


Submarine torpedo 
boat. 
..do 


1 more, Md. 
a 1 Lewis Nixon, Elizabethport, N. J. 

al 1 Do. 


do 

do 

. ...do 


al 

al 
al 

al 

al 


Union Iron Works, San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Lewis Nixon, Elizabethport, N. J. 
Union Iron Works, San Francisco, 


do 

do 


Cal. 
Lewis Nixon, Elizabethport, N. J. 

Do. 







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Changes in vessels since last issue of Register. 



Dale— Delivered July 17, 1902. Commissioned October 24, 1902. 

Paul Jones— Delivered July 19, 1902. 

De Long— Delivered August 12, 1902. Commissioned October 27, 1902. 

Truxtun— Delivered August 15, 1902. Commissioned September 11, 1902. 

Arkansas— Delivered September 8, 1902. Commissioned October 28, 1902. 

Whipple— Delivered October 9, 1902. Commissioned October 21, 1902. 

Worden- Delivered October 17, 1902. Commissioned December 31, 1902. 

Chauncev— Delivered October 23, 1902. Commissioned November 17, 1902. 

Barrv— Delivered October 30, 1902. Commissioned November 24, 1902. 

Bainbridge— Delivered November 5, 1902. Commissioned November 24, 1902. 

Hancock— Received from Army November 8, 1902. Commissioned November 20, 1902. 

Relief— Received from Army November 12, 1902. 

Lawton— Received from Army November 13, 1902. 

Stewart— Delivered November 17, 1902. Commissioned December 17, 1902. 

Wyoming— Delivered December 1, 1902. Commissioned December 8, 1902. 

Maine— Delivered December 29, 1902. Commissioned December 29, 1902. 

Mahoi>ac— Stricken from list January 14, 1902. 



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NAVY AND MARINE CORPS PAY TABLES. 



Tablk 1. — Active list: 



Officers of the Line, Medical and Pay Corps of tlie Navy, and officers of the 
Marine Corps. 



Rank. 



Admiral 

Rear-admirals: 

First nine 

Second nine 

Major-General commandant of Marine Corps 

Chiefs of Bureaus 

Captains, Navy 

Judge- Ad vocate-Oeneral and colonels, Marine Corps, line and staff . 

Commanders, Navv 

Lieutenant-colonels, Marine Corps, line and staff 

Lieutenant-commanders, Navy 

Majors, Marine Corps, line and staff 

Lieutenants, Navy 

Captains, Marine Corps: 



On sea 

duty or 

shore duty 

beyond 



Line. 
Staff. 



Lieutenants (junior erade), Navy 

First lieutenants ana leader of band, Marine Corps 

Ensigns, Navy 

Second lieutenants, Marine Corps, chief boatswains, chief gunners, chief carpenters, and chief 
sailmakers 



$13,500 

7,500 
5,500 



3,500 
3,500 
3,000 
3,000 
2,500 
2,500 
1,800 

1,800 
2,000 
1,500 
1,500 
1,400 

1,400 I 



On 
shore. 



$13,500 

6,375 

4,675 
7,500 
5,600 
2,975 
3,500 
2,550 
3,000 
2,325 
2,500 
J, 530 

1,«00 
•2,000 
1,275 
1,500 
1,190 

1,400 



1. All officers paid under this table below the rank of rear-admiral or brigadier-general are entitled by law to 10 
per centum upon the full yearly pay of their grades for each and every period of nve years' service, as increase for 
length of service, or '* longevity pay," computed upon their total actual service in Army, Navy, and Marine Corps; 
provided that the total amount of such increase shall not exceed 40 per centum upon the full yearly pay of the grade; 
and provided further that the pay of a captain in the Navy or colonel of Marines shall not exceed $4,500 per annum, 
and that of a commander in the Navy or lieutenant-colonel of Marines $4,000 per annum. 

2. Naval officers of the line, Medical and Pay Corps, receive 15 per centum less than the full pay (salary and increase) 
of their rank when on shore, and full pay when on sea duty or when detailed for shore duty beyond seas. The reduc- 
tion of pay on shore does not apply to chief boatswains, chief gunners, chief carpenters, and chief sailmakers, who 
receive full pay on shore also. 

3. Section 13 of the act approved March 3, 1899, entitled "An act to reorganize and Increase the efficiency of the 
personnel of the Navy and Marine Corps of the United States," is hereby so amended as to provide that nothing 
therein contained shall operate to reduce the pay which, but for the passage of said act, would have been received 
by any commissioned officer at the time of Its parage or thereafter. (Act June 7, 1900.) 

4. Officers of the line, Medical and Pay Corp.^ of the Navy retired prior to the passage of the act approved March 3, 
1899, continue to receive the same pay on the retired list that they received before the passage of said act. Those 
retired subsequently receive 75 per centum of pay (salary and increase) of their rank. 

(a) During a period of twelve years from the passage of this act any naval officer on the retired list may, in the 
discretion of the Secretary of theNavy, be ordered to such duty as he may be able to perform at sea or on shore, and 
while so employed shall receive the pay and allowances of an officer of the active list of the grade from which he 
was retired. (Act June 7, 1900.) ^ 

5. Allowances.— The monthly commutation allowance for quarters of the Admiral of the Navy is fixed by law at 
$125. All other commissioned officers of the line and of the Medical and Pay Corps of the Navy, and all officers of 
the Marine Corps, receive the same allowances, except forage to naval officers, as are or may be provided by or in 
pursuance of law for the officers of corresponding ranlc in the Army. When quarters in kind are not supplied, com- 
mutation is allowed therefor at the rate of $12 per month per room. 

(a) Boatswains, gunners, carpenters, sailmakers, warrant machinists, pharmacists, and mates * * shall here- 
after receive the same commutation for quarters as second lieutenants of the Marine Corps. (Act March 3, 1901.) 

(6) Act March 2, 1902, provides: "That hereafter the pay proper of all officers and enlisted men serving (on shore) 
beyond the limits of the States comprising the Union and the territories of the United States contiguous thereto, 
shall be increased 10 per centum for officers and 20 per centum for enlisted men over and above the rates of pay 
■)roper as fixed by law in times of peace, and the time of such service shall be counted from the datex)f departure 
rom said States to the date of return thereto: Prmided farther, That officers and enlisted men who have served in 
China at any time since the 26th day of May, .1900, shall be allowed and paid for such service the same increase of 
pay proper as herein provided for." 

The 20 per centum increase of pay heretofore allowed to all enlisted men of the Marine Corps will cease from and 
including May 26, 1900, with the exceptions noted above. (Act May 26, 1900.) 



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Executive Order, January 1, 1901. 
Table No. 3. — Petty officers, enlisted men, etc, — Navy. 

CLASSIFICATION AND PAY. 
Chi^ petty officers. 



Seaman branch. 


•65 
50 
50 
50 
50 


Artificer branch. 




Special branch. 




Chief Masters-at-Arms 


Chief Machinists 


$70 1 Chief ComTnijwfi.rv Steward 


970 


Chief Boatswains' Mates 


Chief Electricians 


60 
50 


Chief Yeomen 


60 


Chief Gunners' Mates 


Chief Carpenters' Mates 


Hospital Stewards 


60 


r^hipf G"n r!apt4^.inp . 


Bandmasters .... 


52 


Chief Quartermasters 











Petty officers, first class. 



Masters-at-Arms, first class 

Boatswains' Mates, first class . . 

Gunners' Mates, fir:,c class 

Gun Captains, first class 

Quartermasters, first class 



Boilermakers 865 

Machinists, first class 55 

Coppersmiths 55 

Shipfitters, first class ' 55 

Electricians, first class • 50 

Blacksmiths i 50 

Plumbers and Fitters 45 

Sailmakers' Mates 40 

Carpenters' Mates, first class ... 40 

Water Tenders 40 

Painters, first claj-s 40 



Commissary Steward. 
Yeomen, first class . . 
First Musicians 



860 
40 



Petty officers, second class. 



Masters-at-Arms, second class . . 
IJoatswalna* Mates, second class. 
Gunners' Mates, second class . . . 

Gun Captains, second class 

Quartermasters, second class . . . 



Machinists, second class 

Electricians, second class 

Shipfitters, second class 

Oilers 

Carpenters' Mates, second class 
Printers 



$40 
40 
40 
37 
35 
35 



l*ainters, second class . 
Yeomen, second class . 



835 
35 



Petty officers, third doss. 



Master-at- Arms, third class , 

Coxswains : 

Gunners' Mates, third. class. 
Quartermasters, third class . 



830 



Carpenters' Mates, third class. . . 

Electricians, third class 

Painters, third class 



830 
30 



Yeomen, third class 

Hospital Apprentices, first class. 



830 
30 



Seamen, first class. 



Seamen Gunners 

Seamen 

Apprentices, first class 



826 
24 
21 



Firemen, first class . 



835 



Musicians, first class. 



832 



Seamen, second cloM. 



Ordinary Seamen 

Apprentices, second class . 



Firemen, second class . 
Shipwrights 



830 
25 



Musicians, second class 
Buglers 

Hospital Apprentices. . 



830 
30 
20 



Seamen, third class. 



Landsmen 

Apprentices, third class. 




822 



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Table No, 3. — Petty officers, enlisted men, etc, — Navy — Continued. 
MESSMEN BRANCH. 



Stewards to Comxnanders-iii-Chief 
Cooks to Commandei8-in-Chief . . . 

Stewards to Commandants 

Cooks to Commandants 

Cabin Stewards 

Cabin Cooks 

Wardroom Stewards 

Wardroom Cuoka 

Steerage Stewards 

Steerage Cooks 

Warrant Officers' Stewardn 



•60 I 
60 
60 
50; 
50 
46 
60| 
46 , 
36 

ao 

35 



Warrant Officers' Cooks 

Ship's Cooks, first class 

Ship's Cooks, second class 

Chip's Cooks, third class 

Ship's Cooks, fourth class 

Baker, first class 

Baker, second class 

Mess Attendants, first class 

Mess Attendants, second class 
Meai Attendants, third class . 



$30 
55 
40 
30 
25 
45 
35 
24 
20 
16 



1. Pettv officers of the Navy, performing duty which depriyes them of quarters, and their rations or commuta- 
tion thereof shall receive $9 per month in addition to the pay of their rating. 

2. Every enlisted man and apprentice who has been rated a seaman gunner, or holds a Gun Captain's certifi- 
cate, or a certificate of graduation from one or more classes of the Petty Officers' School of Instructions, shall receive 
•2 a month in addition to the pay of his rating for each such certificate. ( Executive Order, September 4, 1902, G. 0. 108) . 

3. Coxswains detailed as Coxswains of ooats propelled by machinery, or as Coxswains to Commanders-in-Chief, 
shall receive 95 per month in addition to their pay. 

4. All enlisted men of the Navy shall receive $5 per month in addition to their pay while serving on board of 
submarine vessels of the Navy. 

6. Seamen in charge of holds shall receive $5 per month in addition to their pay. 

6. Landsmen assigned to duty as Jacks-of-the-dust, or as Lamplighters, shall receive 95 per month in addition to 
their pay. 

7. Any man who has received an honorable discharge from his last term of enlistment, or who has received a 
recommendation for reenlistment upon the expiration of his last term of service of not less than three years, who 
reenlists for a term of four years witnin four months from the date of his discharge, shall receive an increase of ?1.36 
per month to the pay prescribed for the rating in which he serves for each consecutive reenlistment. 

8. Twenty cents per month is deducted from the pay due each Officer, Seaman, and Marine in the Navy to be 
applied to the fund for Naval Hospitals. 

9. Enlisted men detailed as crew messmen shall, while so acting, except when assigned as reliefs during the tem- 
porary absence of the regular crew messmen. receive extra compensation at the rate of $5 per month. 

10. Each enlisted man of the Navy shall receive seventy-five cents per month, in addition to the pay of his 
rating, for each good-conduct medal, pin, or bar which he may heretofore have been, or shall hereafter be, awarded. 
(Executive Order, September 4, 1902, G. 0. 108.) 

11. Enlisted men of the naval service regularly detail as signalmen shall receive the following extra com- 
pensation in addition to the monthly pay of their rating: Signalmen, first class, S3; signalmen, second class, 9^; 
signalmen, third cla-MS, $1. (Executive Order, October 20, 1902, G. 0. 110.) 

Table No. 4. — Xancommissioned officers, mvMciaris, and privates. — Marine Corps. 



Grade. 



First enlistment or first 5 years. 



Sergeant-major 

Quartermaster-sergeant I 

Drum major i 

Gunnery sergeant 

First sergeant I 

Sergeant , 

Corporal i 

Drummer and trumpeter. . . 

Private ' 

Leader of the band 

Second leader of band 

Musician, first class 

Musician, second class I 



First 


Second 


year. 


year. 


$34 


$34 


34 


34 


25 


25 


36 


35 


25 


26 


18 


18 


15 


15 


13 


13 


13 


13 


125 


125 


75 


75 


60 


60 


50 


50 



Third | Fourth 
year. year. 



$35 
35 
26 
36 
26 
19 
16 
14 
14 

126 
76 
60 
50 



«36 
36 
27 
37 
27 
20 
17 
15 
15 

126 
77 



Fifth 
year. 



$37 
37 
28 
38 
28 
21 
18 
16 
16 

126 
78 
60 
50 



First 
reenlist- 
ment or 
second 5 

years. 



$39.00 
39.00 
30.00 
40.00 
30.00 
23.00 
20.00 
18.00 
18.00 

137.50 
80.00 
60.00 
50.00 



Second 
reenlist- 
ment or 
third 5 
years. 



$40 
40 
31 
41 
31 
24 
21 
19 
19 

150 
81 
60 
50 



Third ' Fourth 



reenlist- 
ment or 
fourth 6 
years. 



$41.00 
41.00 
32.00 
42.00 
32.00 
26.00 
22.00 
20.00 
20.00 

162.50 
82.00 
60.00 
50.00 



reenlist- 
ment or 
fifth 5 
years. 



$42 
42 
33 
43 
33 
26 
23 
21 
21 

175 
83 
60 
50 



ClaiiSc 



$37 
37 
28 
38 
28 
21 
18 
16 
16 

125 
78 



Note. — " Class 3 is the term used to designate pay of men who have ever received reenlisted pay under the act of 
August 4, 1864, but have allowed a longer period than three months to elapse before again enlisting. The amount is 
the same as that received by a man serving in the fifth year of a first enlistment." 

Twenty (20) cents per month will continue to be deducted from the above rates, as usual, for the Naval Hospital 
Fund. 

Members of the Marine Band are allowed $4 per month in addition to rate's of pay as given above for playing at 
the White House and public grounds, under the provisions of the act of Congress of August 18, 1856. 

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Page 

Admiral of the Navy 6 

Albatross, Fish Commission steamer 186 

Appointment revoked 154 

Asiatic Fleet 167 

Awards, Board of 187 

Baltimore, navy pay oflfice 179 

Boatswains 70 

Boston, Mass., naval station 180 

Captains 8 

Carpenters 78 

Cavite, P. I., naval station 184 

Chaplains 62 

Charleston, S. C, naval station 180 

Chief Boatswains 70 

Chief Carpenters 78 

Chief Gunners 74 

Chief Sailmakers 82 

Civil Engineers 68 

Commanders 12 

Construction and Repair, Bureau of 178 

Construction of vessels 187 

Deaths 153 

Dismissals 154 

Ensigns 36 

Equipment, Bureau of 177 

European Squadron 170 

Fish and Fisheries, Commission of 186 

Fish Hawk, Fish Commission steamer 186 

General Board 187 

Guam, Island of 180 

Gunners 74 

Havana, Cuba, naval station 180 

Hawaii, naval station 180 

Hongkong, China 180 

Hydrographic OflBce 177 

Index to names of officers 203 

Indian Head, Md., naval proving ground 180 

Inspection and Survey, Board of 187 

Ju<fee- Advocate-General, office of 177 

Key West, Fla., naval station 180 

League Island, navy-vard 170 

lieutenant-commanders 16 

Lieutenants 22 

Lieutenants (junior grade) 32 

Light-House Establishment 186 

Mare Island, Cal., naval station 180 

Marine Corps 137 

Marine Corps, headquarters of 179 

Marine Detachment, North Atlantic Squadron 166 

Mates 88 

Medical Corps 46 

Medicine and Surgery, Bureau of 178 

Midshipmen: 

At Naval Academy 90 

At sea 42 

Museum of Hygiene 179 

Nautical Almanac 177 

Nautical school-ships 186 

Naval Academy 179 

Naval attaches 186 

Naval constructors 66 

Naval districts 187 

Naval dispensary 179 

Naval Examining Board 178 

Naval Home 184 

Naval Intelligence, office of 178 

Naval Observatory 177 

Naval Retiring Board 178 

Navigation, Bureau of 177 

Navy Department, organization of 3 

New Orleans, La., naval station 181 

Newport, R. I., naval station 181 

New York, N. Y., naval station 181 

Norfolk, Va., naval station 182 

North Atlantic Fleet .' 164 

Ordnance, Bureau of 178 

Pacific Squadron 166 



Pagt 

Pay Corps 54 

Pay tables 194 

Pensacola, Fla., naval station 183 

Pharm acists 88 

Philadelphia. Pa., naval station 188 

Philippine Islands 184 

Port Royal, S. C, naval station 184 

Portsmouth, N. H., naval station 184 

Precedence, order of 155 

Professors of mathematics 64 

Puget Sound, navy-yard 185 

Rear-admirals 6 

Resignations 152 

Retired list: 

Marine Corps 146 

Navy 95 

Retirements 152 

Samoa, naval station, Tutuila 185 

San Francisco, Cal., training station 185 

San Juan, P. R., naval station 185 

Seattle, Wash., navy pay office 185 

Secretary, office of 177 

Secretary to the Admiral 64 

Sitka, Alaska, marine barracks and naval hospital . . 185 

South Atlantic Squadron 170 

Special duty, officers employed on 186 

Special service, vessels on 171 

Steam Engineering, Bureau of 178 

Supplies and Accounts, Bureau of 178 

Torpedo vessels 175 

Torpedo Station, Newport, R. 1 181 

Training service, vessels in 172 

Vessels of the Navy: 

Abarenda 188 

Accomac 191 

Active 191 

Adams 171,189 

Adder 193 

Aileen 190 

Aiax 188 

Alabama 164,188 

Albany 170,189 

Albay 167,190 

Alert 172, 189 

Alexander 188 

Alice 191 

Alliance 172,191 

Alvarado 179, 190 

Amphitrite 172,188 

Annapolis 167, 189 

Apache 191 

Arayat 190 

Arethusa ? 188 

Arkansas 175, 189 

Atlanta 164, 189 

Bagley 175,191 

Bailey 190 

Bainbridge 175,190 

Baltimore 188 

Bancroft 185,189 

Barney 175, 191 

Barry '. 175, 190 

Basco 190 

Bennington 189 

Biddle 175,191 

Blakely 192 

Boston 166, 189 

Brooklyn 189 

Brutus 188 

Buffalo 172, 188 

Caesar , 188 

Calamianes 190 

California 192 

Callao 167,190 

Canonicus 189 

Castine 189 

Celtic 167,188 

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VesBels of the Navy— Continued. Pa«re. 

Charl eston 1 92 

Chattanooga 192 

Chauncey 175, 190 

Chesapeake 189 

Chicago 169,188 

Chickasaw 191 

Choctaw 191 

Cincinnati 170,189 

Cleveland 192 

Colorado 192 

Columbia 182,188 

Concord 189 

Constellation 181,191 

Constitution 192 

Craven 190 j 

Culgoa 171,188 I 

Cushing 175,190 

Dahlgren 176,190 

Davis 190 

Dale (sailing nhip) 192 

Dale ( torpedo- boat destroyer) 175, 193 

Decatur 175,190 

De Long 190 

Denver 192 

Des Moines 192 

Detroit 170,189 

Dixie 188 

Dolphin 171,189 

Don Juan de Austria 167, 189 

Dorothea 190 

Dupont 175,190 

Eagle 171,190 

Elcano 167,190 

Elfrida 190 

Enterprise 189 

Ericsson 175,190 

Essex 172,189 

Farragut 190 

Fern 189 

Florida 192 

Foote 175,190 

Fortune 170, 191 

Fox 190 

Franklin 182,191 

Frolic 167,189 

Galveston 192 

Gardoqui 190 

General Alava 168, 189 

Georgia 192 

Glacier 168, 188 

Gloucester 170, 189 

Goldsborongh 192 

Grampus 193 

Gunboat No. 16 192 

Gwin 179,190 

Hancock 173,188 

Hannibal 18H 

Hartford 172, 189 

Hawk 190 

Helena 168,189 

Hercules 191 

Hist ^ 171,190 

Holland 191 

Hopkins 192 

Hornet 190 

Hull 192 

Huntress 190 

Illinois 165,188 

Inca 190 

Indiana 165, 188 

Independence 181, 191 

Iowa 16.1, 188 

Iris 168,188 

Isla de Cuba 168, 189 

Isla de Luzon 174, 189 

Iroquois (tug) 191 

Iroquois (cruiser) 192 

Iwana 191 

Jamestown 191 

Jason 189 

J ustin 189 

Katahdin 189 

Kearsarge 164, 188 

Kentucky 167,188 

Lancaster 172, 189 

Lawrence 192 

Lawton .• 189 

Lebanon 189 

Lehigh 189 



Vessels of the Navy — Continued. Page. 

Leonidas 188 

Leyte 190 

Leyden 171 , 191 

Macdonough 192 

Machias 170,189 

Mackenzie 175, 190 

Maine 165,188 

Manila 189 

Manilefio 190 

Manly 190 

Marblehead 167,189 

Marcellus 188 

Marietta 1(55,189 

Marion 192 

Mariveles 190 

Maryland 192 

Massachusetts 165,188 

Massasoit -. 191 

Mayflower 171, 189 

McKee 190 

Miantonomoh 188 

Michigan 171,189 

Milwaukee 192 

Mindanao 190 

Mindoro 190 

Minneapolis 183,188 

Minnesota 192 

Missouri 192 

Moccasin 193 

Modoc 191 

Mohawk 191 

Mohican 172, 189 

Monadnock 168, 188 

Monocacy 168, 189 

Monongahela 172, 191 

Montauk 189 

Monterey 168,188 

Montgomery .' 170, 189 

Morris 190 

Nahant 189 

Nanshan 188 

Narkeeta 191 

Nashville 174, 189 

Nebraska 192 

Nero 188 

Nevada 192 

Newark 170, 188 

New Hampshire 192 

New Jersey 192 

New Orleans 168, 189 

Newport 189 

New York <- 166, 188 

Nezinscot 191 

Nicholson 193 

Nina 175,191 

Nipsic 191 

O' Brien 193 

Ohio 1 92 

Olympia 164, 1 88 

Omaha 191 

Oneida 190 

Oregon 168, 188 

Osceola 191 

Pampanga 190 

Panay 190 

Panther l(;6, 188 

Paragua 190 

Paul Jones 190 

Pawnee 191 

Pawtucket. . . 191 

Penacook 191 

Pennsylvania 192 

Pensacola 191 

Peoria 190 

Perry 176, 190 

Petrel 1 89 

Philadelphia 1S8 

Pike 193 

Pinta 190 

Piscataqua 169, 191 

Plunger 193 

Pompey 189 

Pontiac 191 

Porpoise 193 

Porter 175,190 

Portsmouth 191 

Potomac 166, 191 

Powhatan 191 

Prairie 173,1^*8 



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Vessels of the Navy — Continued. Page. 

Preble 190 

Princeton 169,189 

Puritan 173,188 

Quiros 169,190 

Rainbow 169,188 

Raleigh 173,189 

Ranger 167, 189 

Rapido 191 

Reina Mercedes 189 

Relief 189 

Restless 173,190 

Rhode Island 192 

Richmond 183, 191 

Rodgers 176, 190 

Rowan 190 

Samar 169, 190 

Samoset '. 191 

Sandoval 179,190 

San Francisco 174, 188 

Saratoga 191 

Saturn 188 

Scorpion 166, 189 

Sebago 191 

Shark 193 

Shearwater 190 

Shubrick 191 

Sioux 191 

Siren 173,190 

Solace 171,188 

Somers 176, 190 

South Dakota : . . 192 

Southery 180, 189 

Standish 191 

Sterling 188 

Stewart...-. 176,190 

Stiletto 191 

St. Louis (cruiser) 192 

St. Louis (sailing ship) 192 

St. Mary's 191 

Stockton 175,191 

Stranger .* 190 

Stringham 192 

Supply 174,188 

Sylph 171,190 

Sylvia 190 



Vessels of the Navy— Continued. Page. 

Tacoma 192 

Talbot 179,190 

T. A. M. Craven 190 

Tecumseh * 191 

Terror 189 

TexM 166,188 

Thornton 175,191 

Tingey 193 

Topeka 173,189 

Traffic 191 

Triton 191 

Truxtun 176,190 

Unadilla 191 

Uncas...., 185,191 

Urdaneta 190 

Vesuvius 189 

Vicksburg 169,189 

Vigilant 191 

Villalobos 190 

Virginia 192 

Vixen 166,189 

Waban 191 

Wabash 180,191 

Wahneta 191 

Wasp 171,189 

West Virginia 192 

Wheeling 185,189 

Whipple 176,190 

Wilmington 169,189 

Wilkes 175,190 

Winslow 190 

Wisconsin 174,188 

Wompatuck 169, 191 

Worden 176,190 

Wyoming 173,189 

Yankee 188 

Yankton 171,189 

Yantic 192 

Yorktown 169,189 

Zafiro 189 

War College, Newport 181 

Warrant Machinists 82 

Washington, D. C naval station 185 

Yards and Docks, Bureau of 177 

Yokohama, Japan, naval hospital 185 



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Signal A. 

No. Page. 

Abbot, Charles W., Pay Director 102 

Abbott, John S., Midshipman 90 

1121 Abele, Clarence A., Ensign 36, 168 

1216 Abemathy, Robert A., Ensign 38,158 

Able, Augustus H., Chief Engineer 122 

463 Ackerman, Albert A., Lieutenant-Commander 20,156 

1314 Ackerson, James L. , Midshipman 42 

Ackley , Seth M. , Captain 112 

162 Adams, Charles A., Commander 14, 155 

122 Adams, James D., Commander 12, 165 

3329 Adams, Lawrence S., Asst. Naval Const' r 66, 160 

1375 Adams, Roe R., Midshipman 44 

Adamson, Alfred, Chief Engineer 104 

1997 Addison, David M., Passed Asst. Paymayttr.. 58,160 

Aiken, Josiah B., Chief Boatswain 106 

Aiken, Hugh K., Midshipman 92 

Albert, Charles S., Midshipman 92 

Albro, George L., Gunner 108 

Alexander, George A., Midshipman 92 

1687 Alfred, Adrian R., Passed Asst. Surgeon 48, 159 

3104 Alger, Philip R., Professor of Mathematics. . . 64, 160 

472 Allderdice, William H., Lieutenant 20, 156 

1333 Allen, Burrell C, Midshipman 42 

719 Allen, David Van H., Lieutenant 28, 167 

3603 Allen, Edward, Boatswain 72 

Allen, Hugh, Midshipman 92 

Allen, Louis J., Rear- Admiral 96, 152 

Allen, William A. H., Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

354 Allen, William H., Lieutenant-Commander,. 16, 156 

1351 Allen, William H., Midshipman 42 

430 Almy, Augustus C, Lieut. Commander 20, 156 

691 Althouse, Adelbert, Lieutenant 28, 157 

1632 Ames, Howard E., Surgeon 46, 159 

1960 Ammen, Ulysses G., Passed Asst. Paymaster.. 56,160 

Amory, Edward L., Lieutenant-Commander 112 

Amsden, William F., Midshipman 92 

Ancrum, William, Midshipman 90 

3540 Anderson, Andrew, Boatswain 70 

526 Anderson, Edwin A., Lieutenant 22, 156 

1633 Anderson, Frank, Surgeon 46, 159 

Anderson, George E., Carpenter 153 

Anderson, Lesley B., Midshipman 92 

516 Anderson, Martin A.. Lieutenant 22, 156 

Anderson, Robert, Boatswain 106 

Anderson, Walter S., Midshipman 90 

3508 Anderson, William, Chief Boatswain 70 

Andradd, Cipriano, Rear- Admiral 96 

5075 Andresen, Charles G., Captain Marine ('orps 140 

1317 Andrews, Adolphus, Midshipman 42 

4228 Andrews, Ellwood W., Warrant Machinist 8() 

681 Andrews, Philip, Lieutenant 24, 157 

1732 Angeny, Granville L., Passed Asst. Surgeon. . 50, 159 

3519 Angus, James W., Boatswain 70 

4192 Anschuetz, August, Warrant Machinist 84 

3724 Applegate, Franklin T., Gunner 74 

1939 Arms, Frank T., Payma.ster 56, 159 

1982 Arms, Theodore J., Passed Asst. Paymaster.. 66,160 

Armstrong, Eldred B. , Midshipman 92 

Armstrong, Edward V. , Pa.ssed Asst. Surgeon . 1 18, 153 

4188 Ame, Louis, Warrant Machinist 84 

1227 Arnold, Clarence L. , Ensign 40, 158 

93 Arnold, Conway H., Captain 10, 155 

515 Arnold, Solon, Lieutenant 22, 156 

1669 Arnold, Will F., Surgeon 48, 159 

Arrowood, Milton W., Midshipman 90 

Arwine, John 8., Midshipman 90 

1984 Ash, Howard P., Passed Asst. Payma.ster 56,160 

1772 Asserson, Frederick A., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Asserson, Peter C, Civil Engineer 106 

969 Asserson, William C, Lieut, (junior grade) ... 34, 158 

Aston, Ralph, Rear-Admiral 96, 152 

Atkins, Arthur K., Midshipman 91 

Atkins, Lew M., Midshipman 92 

Atkinson, John F., Midshipman 91 



Signal 

No. Page. 
Atkinson, Roger T., Assistant Surgeon 153 

413 Atwater, Charles N., Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

4104 Auberlin, Gustav, Warrant Machinist 82 

2031 Auld, George P., Assistant Paymaster 60, 160 

Austin, Charles M., Midshipman 91 

3758 Aveson, Thomas S., Gunner 76 

Ayers, Joseph G., Medical Director 100 

Ayres, Samuel L. P., Chief Engineer 102 

B. 

4169 Baart, James L. , Warrant Machinist 84 

5122 Babb, Macker, First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

1131 Babcock, John F., Ensign 36, 158 

1364 Babcock, John V., Midshipman 44 

1602 Babin, Hosea, J., Medical Director 46, 158 

763 Babin, Provost, Lieutenant 30, 157 

3721 Babson, Charles B., Gunner 74 

1783 Bachman, Robert A., Assistant Surgeon 62, 159 

5149 Backstrora, Theodore E., Second Lieut. M. C ... 144 

1773 Backus, Jesse W., Assistant Surgeon 62, 159 

1904 Bacon. Albert W., Pay Director 64, 169 

208 Badger, Charles J., Commander 14, 156 

1692 Bagg, Charles P., Passed Assistant Surgeon .. 50,159 

Baggaley, William, Midshipman 91 

Bagley, David W., Midshipman 90 

663 Bailey, Claude, Lieutenant 26, 157 

3J2 Bailey, Frank H,, Lieutenant-Commander... 16,156 

Bailey, George W. A., Carpenter 152 

o3:{9 Bailey, John E., Assistant Naval C/onstrnctor. 66,160 

Bailie, William L., Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

100 Baird, George W., Commander 10, 156 

3419 Bakenhus, Reuben E., Civil p:ngineer 68,161 

5196 Baker, Alonzo, C, Second Lieut. M. C 144 

197 Baker, Asher C, ("ommander 14, 155 

2025 Baker, Cecil S., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

768 Baker, Henry T. . Lieutenant 30, 157 

Baker, John W., Surgeon 118 

1789 Baker, Martin W., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Baker, Virgil, Midshipman 91 

1776 Balch, Alfred W., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Balch^ George B. , Rear- Admiral 96 

1379 Bald ridge, Harry A., Midshipman 44 

787 Baldwin, Frank P., Lieutenant 30, 157 

Baldwin, Lloyd B., Surgeon 118 

1926 Ball, Richard T. M., Paymaster 54, 169 

715 Ball, Walter, Lieutenant 28, 157 

Ballard, Jonathan M., Gunner 108 

1968 Balthis, Harry H., Passed Asst. Paymaster... 56,160 

Bampton, Benj. C, Passed Asst. Engineer 132 

3310 Bankson, Lloyd, Naval Constructor 66, 160 

5060 Bannon, Philip M., Captain Marine Cori>s .. 140,161 

Barber, Arthur O. , Midshipman 92 

Barber, Francis M., Commander 112 

1075 Barber, George H., Surgeon 48, 159 

2022 Barber, John D., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

31 Barclay, Charles J., Captain 8, 155 

9 Barker, Albert S. , Rear- Admiral 6 

Barker, William C, pr., Midshipman 92 

803 Barnes, Cassius B., Lieutenant (junior grade) . 30, 157 

Barnes, George P., Sailmaker 130 

5031 Barnett, George, Major Marine Corps 138, 161 

Barnette, Bradford, Midshipman 90 

1 1 6 Barnette, William J. , Commander 12, 155 

4008 Barr, Michael P., Chief Sailmaker 82 

Barroll, Henry H., Commander 98 

150 Barry, Edward B.. Commander 12, 155 

Barry, James J., Passed Asst. Engineer 153 

3902 Barry, William A . , (^hief Carpenter 78 

Barry, William W., Pav Inspector 102 

3916 Barth, Otto, Curpenter 7H 

1234 Barthalow, Benjamin (;., Ensign 40, 15S 

188 Bartlett, Charles W.. (Commander 14, 155 

416 Bartlett, Frank W., Lieutenant-Commander . 20,156 

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No. Page. 

Bartlett, John R., Captain 112 

Bartlett, Owen. Midshipman 92 

4353 Bartley, William D., Mate 88 

802 Barton, John K.. Lieutenant-Commander 16, 166 

Barton, Jonathan Q., Paymaster 120 

3981 Barton, Joseph A.. Carpenter 78 

1330 Bass, Ivan £., Midshipman 42 

627 Basset t, Frederic B., Lieutenant 26,157 

Bassett, George W., jr.. Naval Cadet 152 

Bassett, Prentiiw B., Midshipman 90 

92 Bates, Alexander B., Captain 10, 155 

4154 Bates, Angus G. . Warrant Machinist 84 

5097 Bates, John 8., First Lieutenant Marine Corps . . 142 

Battle Samuel W., Passed Asst. Surgeon 118 

Battle, Samuel W., jr., Midshipman 92 

Battles, Donald R., Midshipman 90 

Baughman, Henry C, Assistant Engineer 124 

Baum, George M., Midshipman 90 

Baxter, James W., Mate 110 

3308 Baxter, William J., Naval Constructor 66,160 

3023 Bayard. George L., Chaplain 62,160 

164 Bayley, Warner B., Commander 14, 155 

4240 Beach, Daniel C, Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

6-24 Beach, Edward L., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Beacham, Elisha J., Gunner 128 

Beall, Grafton A., ir.. Midshipman 91 

Beaman, George W., Pay Director 100 

1416 Bean, Carlos, Midshipman 44 

Bean, Paul J., Midshipman 92 

Beard, George W., Assistant Engineer 124 

Beardslee, Lester A. , Rear-^.dmlral 96 

Beardsley, Grove 8., Medical Director 100 

5082 Bearss, Hiram I., Captain Marine Corps 140 

336 Beatty, Frank E., Lieutenant-Commander... 16,156 
5141 Beaumont, John C, First Lieut. Marine Corps... 142 

Beck, William W., Mate 110 

1143 Beckner, John T., Ensign 36, 158 

548 Beecher, Albert M., Lieutenant 22, 156 

2032 Beecher, James S., Assistant Paymaster 60, 160 

141 Beehler, William H., Commander 12, 155 

4155 Beers, Benjamin F., Warrant Machinist 84 

Belden, Samuel, Commander 98 

Belknap, Charles jr.. Midshipman 90 

Belknap, George E. , Rear- Admi ral 96 

670 Belknap, Reginald R., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Bell, Andrew L., Midshipman 92 

446 Bell, John A., Lieutenant-Commander 20, 156 

1733 Bell, William H., Passed Assistant Surgeon .. 50,159 
1735 Bell, William L., Passed Assistant Surgeon. . . 50, 159 

3418 Bellinger, Lyle F., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

Bellows, Edward, Pay Director 100, 153 

3024 Bellows, Johnson M. , Chaplain 60, 160 

Benham, Andrew E. K., Rear-Admiral 96 

620 Benham, Henry K., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Benjamin, Adrian T., Midshipman 152 

3936 Bennett, Clarence L., Carpenter 78 

768 Bennett, Ernest L. . Lieutenant 30, 157 

445 Bennett, Frank M., Lieutenant-Commander. 20,156 

804 Bennett, Kenneth M., Lieutenant 30, 157 

Bennett, Rudolph T., Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

393 Benson, William S., Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

1728 Benton, Frederick L., Passed Aast. Surgeon.. 50,159 

3,'>38 Benzon, Albert F., Boatswain 70 

4146 Berentson, Oscar, Warrant Machinist 84 

6073 Berkeley, Randolph C, Captain Marine Corps.. 140 

448 Bernadou, John B., Lieut. Commander 20, 156 

■ Bernheim, Lynn B., Midshipman 92 

1219 Berrien, Frank D., Ensign 38, 158 

154 Berry, Albert G., Commander 12, 155 

1214 Berry, Robert L., Ensign 38, 158 

64 Berry, Robert M., Captain 8, 155 

1662 Berryhill, Thomas A., Surgeon 48, 159 

5021 Berryman, Otway C, Lt. Col. Marine Corps 138 

1344 Bertholf, Wallace, Midshipman 42 

1622 Bertolette, Daniel N., Medical Inspector 46, 159 

694 Bertolette. Levi C, Lieutenant 24, 157 

Berwind, Edward J., Lieut, (junior grade) 116 

Beswick, Delworth W., Ensign 116 

3321 Beuret, John D., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

451 Bevington, Martin, Lieut. Commander 20,156 

1638 Beyer, Henry G., Surgeon 46, 159 

71 Bicknell, George A., Captain 8, 155 

1645 Biddle, Clement, Surgeon 48, 159 

5024 Biddle, William P., Major Marine Corps 138 

417 Bieg, Frederick C, Lieut. Commander 20, 156 

686 Bierer, Bion B., Lieutenant 28, 157 

4118 Biggs, Henry W., Warrant Machinist 82 

4173 Biggs, Joel T., Warrant Machinist 84 



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Billings, Luther G., Pay Director 120 

1386 Bingham, Donald C, Midshipman 44 

1953 BIscoe, Harry E., Paymaster 56,159 

5171 Bishop, Giles, jr., Second Lieut Marine Corps.. 144 

Bishop, Joshua, Commander 112 

1779 Bishop, Louis W., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

570 Bispham, Harrison A., Lieutenant 24, 157 

722 Bisset, Eugene L., Lieutenant 28, 157 

3338 Bisset, Guy A., Asst. Naval Constructor 66, 160 

5064 Bisset, Henry O., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

Bissett, John J., Passed Assistant Engineer ... . 122 

459 Bitler, Reuben O.^Lieut. Commander 20, 156 

1414 Blackburn, John H., Midshipman 144 

Blackburn, Paul P., Midshipman 90 

4103 Black well, Elmer A., Warrant Machinist 82 

1749 Black well, Edward M., Assistant Surgeon . . . 52, 159 

1683 Blackwood, Norman J., Surgeon 48, 159 

1355 Blair, Georee F., Midshipman 42 

5151 Blake. Daniel W., Second Lt. Marine Corps 144 

Blakely, Charles A., Midshipman 90 

700 Blakely, John R. Y., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Blakeman, Robert 8., Passed Asst. Surgeon. 118,153 

671 Blamer, De Witt, Lieutenant 26, 157 

Blasdel, Francis G., Midshipman 91 

87 Bleecker, John V. B., Captain lO, 155 

439 Blish, John B., Lieutenant-Commander 20, 156 

1145 Bloch, Claude C, Ensign 1 36,158 

128 Blocklinger, Gottfried, Commander 12, 155 

Bloodgood, Delavan, Medical Director 153 

602 Blue, Victor, Lieutenant 24,157 

Blye, Henry C, Passed Assistant Engineer 122 

Boerum, George C, Sailmaker 110 

3911 Bogan, Charles H. , Chief Carpenter 78 

1756 Bogan, Fred M., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Bogart, Isaac C, Midshipman 92 

Bogert, Edward S., Medical Director 100 

1680 Bogert, Edward S., jr.. Surgeon 48, 159 

1911 Boffgs, Lawrence G., Pay Inspector 54, 159 

Boland, Lee R., Boatswain 126, 153 

1955 Bonnaffon, Edmund W., PajTnaster 56, 159 

— ^ Bonsall, Thomas W., Mate 130 

Btmvillian, Claude A., Midshipman 92, 152 

Book, George M., Rear-Admiral 112 

770 Bookwalter, Charles S., Lieutenant 30, 157 

Boone, Charles, Ensign 152 

3929 Boone, William, Carpenter 78 

Boorom, Sylvester D., Chaplain 104, 153 

5091 Bootes, James T., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

Booth, William H., Midshipman 92, 152 

4160 Booth, William W., Warrant Machinist 84 

5056 Borden, Thomas S., Captain Marine Corps . . 140, 161 

Border, Lee 8., Midshipman 91 

3788 Borgeson, Oscar, Gunner 76 

Borthwick, John L. D.. Chief Engineer 122 

Bostick, Edward D., Lieutenant 114 

394 Bostwick, Frank M. , Lieutenant-Commander. 18, 156 

665 Bostwick, Lucius A., Lieutenant 26, 157 

605 Boughter, Francis, Lieutenant 24, 157 

356 Boush, Clifford J.. Lieutenant-Commander . . 18,156 

Boush, Kenneth C, Midshipman 92 

Bowen, Harold G., Midshipman 91 

454 Bowers, Frederick C, Lieut. Commander 20, 156 

1168 Bowers, John T., Ensign 38, 158 

3302 Bowles, Francis T. , Rear-Admiral 3, 66, 160 

140 Bowman, Charles G., Commander 12, 165 

2020 Bowne, William R., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

309 Bowyer, John M., Lieutenant-Commander... 16,156 

952 Boyd, David F., Lieutenant (junior grade) ... 32, 158 

1619 Boyd, John C, Medical Inspector 46, 159 

Boyd, William, Mate llO 

5180 Brackett, William, Second Lieut. Marine Corps. 144 

Bradbury, Charles A., Lieutenant 114 

Bradbury, Edward E., Lieut, (junior grade) 116 

46 Bradford, Royal B., Rear-Admiral 3, 8, 155 

1610 Bradley, George P., Medical Director 46, 158 

Bradley, Michael, Medical Director 153 

5084 Bradman, Frederic L., Captain Marine Corps... 140 

640 Bradshaw, George B., Lieutenant 26, 157 

3740 Brady, George P., Gunner 74 

735 Brady, John R., Lieutenant 28, 157 

4165 Bra|^onier, Oscar, Warrant Machini.st 84 

Bramard, Frederick R., Lieut. Commander 163 

Brainard, Roland M. , Midshipman 92 

1684 Braisted, William C, Surgeon 48, 159 

1177 Branch, Frank O., Ensign 38,158 

646 Brand, Charles A. , Lieutenant 26, 167 

Brandt, Edwin 8. , Chief Clerk Bureau Ordnance . 3 

Bransford, John F,, Surgeon 118 

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373 Braunersreuther, Wm., Lieut. Commander... 18,156 

Brayton, Daniel C, Sailmaker 110 

3524 Brayton, Harry R., Boatswain 70 

Brearley, Spencer C. , Carpenter 128 

5086 Breckinridge, James C. Captain Marine Corps. . 140 

3019 Brennan, Edward J., Chaplain 62, 160 

5144 Brewster, Sidney W., Second Lt. Marine Corps.. 144 

Brice, John J., Commander 112 

1191 Bricker, William F., Ensign 38, 158 

135 Briggs, John B., Commander 12, 155 

1104 Briggs, Wilbur G., Ensign 36, 158 

1116 Briggs, ZenoE., Ensign 36,158 

Bright, George A., Medical Director 100 

Brillhart, Charles E., Midshipman 90 

1162 Brinser, Harry L., Ensign 38, 158 

Brisbin, Alfred T., Midshipman 90 

Brisco, John A., Boatswain 126 

1764 Brister, John M., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

591 Bristol , Mark L., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Bristol, Arthur L., jr.. Midshipman 92 

611 Brittain. Carlo B., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Brittingham, Philip S., Midshipman 92 

5098 Broatch, James W., First Lieut. Marine Corps. . . 142 
Broderick, Richard G., passed Asst. Surg 118 

Bronaugh, William V., Lieut. Commander 153 

936 Bronaon, Amon, jr., Lieut, (junior grade) 32,158 

1316 Brooks, Ernest A., Midshipman 42 

Brooks, Jere H., Midshipman 92,152 

3517 Brooks, John F., Boatswain 70 

1993 Brooks, Jonathan, Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

1388 Brooks, Leroy, jr., Midshipman 44 

Brooks, Overton, Naval Cadet 152 

3522 Brooks, William, Boatswain 70 

Brooks, William B., Chief Engineer 102 

692 Brotherton, William D., Lieutenant 28. 157 

Brown, Allan D., Commander 112 

Brown, Calvin, Civil Engineer 106 

1785 Brown, Earle M. , Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Brown, Ernest J., Boatswain 152 

601 Brown, Ford H., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Brown, Frederic C, Chaplain 152 

Brown, George, Rear- Admiral 96 

1961 Brown, George, jr.. Passed Asst. Paymaster .. 56,160 
1425 Brown, George P., Midshipman 44 

520 Brown, Guy W., Lieutenant 22, 156 

Brown, Hugh, Midshipman 91 

Brown , Jefferson, Chief Engineer 122 

Brown, John H., Boatswain 126 

1129 Brown, Morris H., Ensign 36, 158 

5077 Brown, Philip S., Captain Marine Corps 140 

Brown, Robert M. G., Lieutenant-Commander.. 112 

3102 Brown, Stimson J., Prof, of Mathematics 64, 160 

5154 Brown, Thomas H., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps... 144 

1410 Brown, Wilson, jr., Midshipman 44 

1693 Brownell, Carl D., Passed Asst. Surgeon 50, 159 

3422 Brownell, Ernest H. , Civil Engineer 68, 161 

4148 Brownridge, George T., Warrant Machinist 84 

51 Brownson, Willard H. , Captain 8, 155 

3761 Bruce, Lewis E., Gunner 76 

1334 Bruflf, Charles L., Midshipman 42 

784 Brumby, Frank H., Lieutenant 30, 157 

Bruns, Christopher L. , Lieut, (junior grade) 116 

5147 Brunzell, Albert N., Second Lt. Marine Corps... 144 

434 Bryan, Benjamin C, Lieut. Commander 20,156 

Bryan, George S., Midshipman 92 

597 Bryan, Henry F. , Lieutenant 24, 157 

1964 Bryan, Samuel. Passed Asst. Paymaster 56,160 

1189 Bryant, Samuel W., Ensign 38, 158 

4220 Bryce, John, Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

1137 Buchanan, Allen, Ensign 36, 158 

Buchanan, John B., Assistant Surgeon 153 

476 Buchanan, Wilson W., Lieutenant 20, 156 

1717 Bucher, William H , Passed Asst. Surgeon ... 50,159 

Buck, William H., Lieutenant 152 

Buckingham, Benjamin H., Lt. Commander ... 114 

Buehler, Willian G.. Rear-Admiral 96 

181 Bull James H.. Commander 14,155 

578 Bullard, William H. G., Lieutenant 24, 157 

3564 Bullock, Charles H., Boatswain 72 

1224 Bulmer, Bayard T., Ensign 38,158 

772 Bulmer, Roscoe C, Lieutenant 30, 157 

Burch, Albert C, Midshipman 92 

Burchard, Jabez, Assistant Engineer 124 

425 Burd, George E. Lieutenant-Commander . . . 20, 166 

415 Burdick, William L.. Lieutenant-Commander 18, 156 
Burditt, William. Gunner . 153 

349 Bui^dorflP, Theodore F., Lieut. CommftPder., 16,156 



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4221 Burgess, Joseph J., Acting Warrant Machinist . . 86 

3942 Burke, Alonzo, Carpenter 78 

3903 Burke, James, Chief Carpenter 78 

Burke, Walters., Passed Assistant Engineer 124 

Bumap, George J., Chief Engineer 104 

Burnett, Jeremiah C, Lieutenant 114 

Burnett, William L., Midshipman 92 

Burnbam, Hubert, Midshipman 91 

3910 Bumham, John W., Chief Carpenter 78 

4139 Burns, Francis D. , Warrant Machi iiist 82 

Bums, Patrick H., Boatswain 126 

607 Burragc. Guy H., Lieutenant 24, 157 

3907 Burroughs, Alonzo C, Chief Carpenter 78 

926 Burt, Charles P., Lieutenant (junior grade) . . 32, 168 

Burtis, Arthur, Pay Director 100, 153 

5136 Burton, Norman G., First Lieut. Marine Corps.. 142 

1313 Burwell, John T., Midshipman 42 

62 Burwell, William T., Captain 8, 155 

4204 Busch, John H., Acting Warrant Machinist 84 

589 Bush, William W., Lieutenant 24, 157 

1761 Butler, Charles St. J., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

796 Butler, Henry V., Lieutenant 30, 157 

6062 Butler, Smedley D., Captain Marine Corps 140 

5169 Butterick, James T., Second Lt. Marine Corps . . 144 

Byrne, John J., Chief Sailmaker 110 

1642 Byrnes, James C, Surgeon 48, 159 

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Cabell, Arthur G., Surgeon 118 

3719 Cable, William A., Gunner 74 

Cabaniss, Robert W. , Midshipman 92 

Cade, Cassius M., jr.. Midshipman 92 

Caffee, Arthur G., Midshipman 90 

1366 CaflFery, John M., Midshipman 44 

1205 Cage, Harry K., Ensign 38,158 

Cahoon, James B., Ensign 116 

Cain, Ross R., Naval Cadet 152 

Cake, Stuart W., Midshipman 92 

678 Caldwell, Harry H., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Caldwell, Turner F. , Naval Cadet 91 

Calhoun, William L., Midshipman 92 

192 Calkins, Carlos G., Lieutenant-Commander,. 14,155 

Callahan, Edward W., Chief Clerk Bu. Navigation 3 

Callander, Albert F., Mate 110 

2011 Camp, Walter T., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

5181 Campbell, Chandler, Second Lt. Marine Corps.. 144 

723 Campbell, Edward H., Lieutenant 28, 157 

4102 Campbell, Edward H., Warrant Machinist 82 

3727 Campbell, Herbert, Gunner 74 

1405 Campbell, James A., jr., Midshipman 44 

Campbell, Malcolm, jr.. Midshipman 91 

316 Canaga, Alfred B., Lieutenant-Commander... 16,156 

Canaga, Bruce L., Midshipman 91 

1914 Cann, James E. , Pay Inspector 54, 159 

507 Capehart, Edward E., Lieutenant 22, 156 

344 Caperton, William B., Lieut. Commander ... 16,156 

3309 Capps, Washington L., Naval Constructor 66,160 

3673 Carall, Frank, Boatswain 72 

Carmody, John R., Paymaster 120 

Carney, Robert E., Assistant Engineer 124 

5105 Carpenter, Chas. C, First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

1711 Carpenter, Dudley N., Passed Asst. Surgeon.. 50,159 

5072 Carpenter, Henry W., Captain Marine Corps 140 

1929 Carpenter, John S. , Paymaster 54, 151) 

Carpenter, Reginald T., Naval Cadet 154 

438 Carr, Clarence A., Lieutenant-Commander... 20,156 

3760 Carroll, William, Gunner 76 

Corstein, Lorenz W. F. , Midshipman 92 

Carter, Andrew F., Midshipman 91 

333 Carter. Fidelio S.. Lieutenant-Commander. . 16, 156 
Carter, Glen O., Midshipman 91 

693 Carter, James F.. Lieutenant 28, 157 

453, Carter, Thomas F., Lieutenant-Commander.. '20,156 

Carter, William W , Gunner 108 

Carter, Woodward, Boatswain 126 

Case, Frank B., Ensign 116 

1209 Case, William S., Ensign 38,lo8 

4136 Casey, Charles H., Warrant Machinist 82 

4190 Casey Martin, Warrant Machinist .S4 

4 Casey Silas, Rear- Admiral 6 

3012 Cassard, William G. , Chaplain 62, 160 

3601 Cassidy. Thomas M, Boatswain 72 

1360 Castle, Guy W S.. Midshipman 42 

929 Castieman. Kenneth G , Lieut (junior grade). 32,158 

Caswell, Thomas T. , Pay Director 120 

1992 C^thgart Arthur H. , Asst. Paymaster o8, 160 



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4175 Catherwood. Arthur D., Wftirant MachiniHt 84 

5045 Catlln, Albertus W., Captain Marine Corps.. 140,161 

Causev. Lewis D., MidKhipman 92 

1990 Chad wick, David V., Assistant Paymaster ... 58,160 

73*2 Chadwick, Frank L., Lieutenant 28, 157 

33 Chad wlek. French E., Captain 8, 155 

Chaffee, EarlW., Midsliipman 90 

6145 Chamberiin, Paul E., Second Lt. Marine Corps.. 144 
3408 Chambers, Frank T., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

366 Chambers, Washington I., Lt. Commander .. 18,156 

522 Chambers, William H., Lieutenant 22, 156 

616 Chandler, Lloyd H., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Chantry, Allan J., Midshipman 92 

541 Chapin, Frederick L., Lieutenant 22, 156 

Chapin, NedL., Midshipman 92 

3018 Charlton, Charies M ., (^laplain 62, 160 

3738 Charretle, George. Gunner 74 

8544 Chase, Charles T., Boatswain 72 

953 Chase, Gilbert, Lieutenant (junior grade) 32,158 

654 Chase, Jehu V., Lieutenant 26, 157 

5(i2 Chase, Volnt^y ()., Lieutenant 3, 24, 157 

(/'hasmar, James H., Chief Engineer 104 

1950 Cheatham, Joseph J ., Paymaster 56, 159 

802 Chester, Arthur T., Lieutenant 30, 157 

30 Chester, Colby M., Captain 8, 155 

Chester, Louis R., Lieutenant (junior grade) 116 

3010 Chidwick, John P. S., Chaplain 62, 160 

1395 (^hilds, Harold D. . Midshipman 44 

3744 Chiles, Pamuel, Gunner 74 

Chrisman, WilmerC, Assistant Engineer 124 

3541 Christianson, Charles J., Boatswain 70 

4351 Christopherson, Olaf , Mate 88 

681 Christy, Hariey H., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Church, Albert T., Midshipman 91, 158 

1212 Church, John G., Midshipman 38 

Churchill, Creighton, Ensign 116 

&586 Clancy, Joseph, Boatswain 72 

4145 Clancy, Martin J., Warrant Machinist 82 

19 Clark, Charles E., Rear-Admiral 6 

721 Clark, Frank H., jr.^ Lieutenant 28, 157 

421 Clark, George R., Lieutenant-Commander... 20,156 

3202 Clark, Henry H., Chaplain 62, 160 

Clark, John H., Medical Director 100 

4157 Clark, John W., Warrant Machinist 84 

503 Clark, Lewis J., Lieutenant 22,156 

3777 Clark, Thomas P., Gunner 76 

Clarke, Charles A., Lieutenant 114 

Clarke, Wilfred E., Midshipman 92 

Clary, Albert G., Commodore 153 

Claude, Abram, Midshipman 90 

Cleary, Francis J., Midshipman 90 

4120 Cleary, John E., Warrant Machinist 82 

a598 Cleaveland, Charles H., Boatswain 72 

320 Cleaver, Henry T., Lieut. Commander 16, 156 

Cleborne, Chris. J.. Medical Director 116 

2004 Cleborne, Cuthbert J., Asat. Pavmaster 58,160 

1149 Clement, James W. L., jr., Ensign 36,158 

Cleveland, H. W., Midshipman 152 

5095 Clifford, Wm. H., jr., First Lieut. Mar. Corps... 142 

5165 Clinton, Thomas M., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps.. 144 

K^ Clover, Richard.son, Captain 10, 155 

917 Cluverius, WatT., Lieutenant (junior grade) . 32, 158 

Coale, George G., Mid.shipman 92 

Cobb, Alphonso H., Lieutenant (junior grade).. 116 

Coburn, Fred G., Midshipman 90 

5015 Cochrane, Henry C, Colonel Marine Corps 138 

1215 Cocke, Herbert C. , Ensign 38, 158 

Coffey, Reuben B., Midshipman 91 

340 Coffin, Frederick W., Lieut. Commander 16,156 

Coffin, Vestal P., Midshipman 92 

368 Coffman, De Witt, Lieutenant-Commander .. 18,156 

Coggin, Frederick G., Assistant Engineer 153 

22 Coghlan, Joseph B. , Rear-Admiral 6 

123 Cogswell, James K., Commander 12, 155 

153 Colahan, Charles E., Commander 12, 155 

2018 Colby, Frederick B., Assistant Paymaster.... 58,160 

90 Colby, Harrison G. O., Commander 10, 155 

Colby, Henry G., Pay Inspector 102 

1153 Cole, Cyrus W., Ensign 36, 158 

5038 Cole, Eli K., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

645 Cole, William C, Lieutenant 26,157 

4143 Coleman, George B., Warrant Machinist 82 

1912 Colhoun, Samuel R., Pay Inspector 54, 159 

4234 Collins, Cornelius J., Act. Warrant Machinist... 86 

178 Collins, John B., Commander 14, 155 

Collins, Julian H., Midshipman 92 

Collum, Richard S., Major Marine Corps 146 

146 Colvocoresses, George P., Commander 12, 155 



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5179 Colvocoresses, Harold, Second Lt. Mar. Corps... 144 

310 Col well, John C, Lieutenant-Commander .. . 16,156 

Coman, Vaughn K. , Midshipman 91 

1167 Combs, James R,, Ensign 38,158 

1220 Comfort, James H., Ensign 38, 158 

169 Comly, Samuel P., Commander 14, 156 

1969 Conard, Charles, Passed Asst. Paymaster 56, 160 

771 Cone, Hutch I., Lieutenant 30,157 

1413 Conn, William T., jr., Midshipman 44 

4235 Conn, Winslow D., Acting Warrant Machinist. . . 86 

3785 Connell, Bernard H., Gunner 76 

1238 Connelly, Louis J., Ensign 40, 158 

Connor, John F., Midshipman 92 

Conover, George W., Carpenter 108 

1124 Constien, Edward T., Ensign 36, 158 

46 Converse, George A., Captain 8, 155 

1303 Conway, Clarence A. , Midshipman 42 

736 Cook, Allen M., Lieutenant '28,157 

Cook, Arthur B., Midshipman 91 

26 Cook, Francis A., Captain 8, 155 

1700 Cook, Frank C, Pa.ssed Assistant Surgeon 50,169 

1321 Cook, Harold E., Midshipman 42 

1322 Cxx)k, Merlyn G., Midshipman 42 

397 Cook, Simon, Lieutenant-Commander 18, 156 

Cooke, George H., Medical Director 100 

Cooke, Henry D., jr., Midshipman 90 

Cooley, Hollis M., Midshipman 92 

3937 Cooney, Thomas C, Carpenter 78 

577 Coontz, Robert E., Lieutenant 24, 167 

3546 Cooper, Christopher J., Acting Boatswain 72 

684 Cooper, George F., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Cooper, Ignatius T., Ensign 116 

4159 Cooper, Lemuel T., Warrant Machinist 84 

1417 Cooper, Oscar F., Midshipman 44 

20 Cooper, Philip H. , Rear- Admiral 6 

Cooper, William A., Chief Boatswain 106 

1656 Cordeiro, Frederick J. B., Surgeon 48, 159 

4181 Corino, Jacobus J., Warrant Machinist 81 

1422 Coming, Merritt S. , Midshipman 44 

103 Comwell, Charles C, Commander 12, 155 

Corrie, Frederick H., Captain Marine Corps 148 

Cosby, Frank C, Pay Director 100, 153 

Costello, John, Chief Boatswain 126, 153 

1108 Gotten, Lyman A., Ensign 36, 158 

203 Cottman, Vincendon L., Commander 14, 156 

10 Cotton, Charles S., Re^r- Admiral 6 

41 19 Cottrell, Arthur, Warrant Machinist 82 

79 Couden, Albert R., Commander 10, 156 

Coues, Samuel F., Medical Director 100 

Court, AlvahB., Midshipman 91 

Courtis, Frank, Rear- Admiral 112 

1169 Courtney, Charles E., Ensign 36, 158 

Coveney, Wayne J., Naval Cadet 152 

4302 Cowan, John, Pharmacist 88 

Cowie, Geoi^e, Captain 153 

1928 Cowie, Thomas J., Paymaster 54, 159 

206 Cowles, Walter C, Commander 14, 156 

94 Cowles, William S., Captain 3, 10, 165 

S327 Cox, Daniel H., Asst. Naval Constructor 66,160 

Cox. Joseph E., Carpenter 108 

Cox, John F., Midshipman 92 

3416 Cox, Leonard M., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

1341 Cox, Lewis S., jr., Midshipman 42 

Cox, Ormond L., Midshipman 91 

3776 Cox, Robert E., Acting Gunner 76 

5132 Coyle, William R., First Lieut. Marine Corps.... 142 

1400 Craft, Ralph P., Midshipman 44 

Craig, Donald B., Midshipman 90 

3912 Craig. Ellis W., Chief Carpenter 78 

47 Craig, Joseph E., Captain 8, 155 

Craig, Thomas C, Surgeon 118 

1665 Crandall, Rand P., Surgeon 48,159 

707 Crank, Robert K., Lieutenant 28, 157 

4209 Crater, Charles, Warrant Machinist 86 

427 Craven, John E., Lieutenant-Commander 20, 166 

908 Craven, Thomas T., Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 158 

1723 Crawford, Charles A., Passed Asst. Surgeon.. 60,159 

Crawford, George A., Chaplain 126 

3201 Crawford, John W., Secretary to Admiral 64 

Crawford, Millard H., Surgeon 152 

Crawford, Robert, Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

Creighton, James M., Mate 110 

Creighton, William H. P., Assistant Engineer .. 124 

934 Cren.shaw, Arthur, Lieut, (junior grade) 32,153 

Cresap, Logan, Midshipman 91 

Crissey, Edwin, Boatswain 126 

1419 Crittenden, Kirby B., Midshipman 44 

Crocker, Edmund J., Act. Warrant Machinist — 154 

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3532 Croghan, John S., Boatswain 70 

Cromwell, Bartlett J. , Rear- Admiral %, 162 

1114 Cronan, William P., Ensign 36,158 

3555 Crone, Christian, Boatswain 72 

Cronin, Cornelius, Gunner 128 

Crosby, Walter B., Naval Cadet 162 

613 Croee, William M., Lieutenant 24, 167 

724 Crosley, Walter S., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Cross, Robert H., Gunner 108 

Cross, Samuel, Gunner 128 

21 Crowninsbield, A. S. , Rear-Admiral 6 

Cuddy, William, Chief Sailmaker 110, 153 

Culbertson, William L. , Midshipman 91 

Culp, Ross S., Midshipman 91 

358 Culver, Abraham E., Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

3413 Cunningham, Andrew C, Civil Engineer 68,161 

1734 Curl, Holton C, Assistant Surgeon 50, 169 

4184 Currie, Ormand A. , Warrant Machinist 84 

933 Curtin, Roland I., Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 168 

159 Curtis, Clinton K., Commander 12, 155 

1652 Curtis, Lloyd W., Surgeon 48,159 

Cushman, George P., Gunner 128 

795 Cushman, William R., Lieut, (junior grade). 30,157 
4183 Cutherell, Edwin J . , Warrant Machinist 84 

328 Cutler, William G., Lieutenant-Commander. . 16, 156 
5109 Cutts, Richard M., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 



Dade, Francis C, Chief Engineer 153 

4352 Daly, John R., Mate 88 

3596 Damon, Edward J., Acting Boatswain 72 

Dampman, Paul E., Midshipman 90 

Danforth, George W., Lieutenant 116 

3764 Daniels, Joseph F., Gunner ^ 76^ 

Darling, Charles H., Assistant Secretary* 3 

Darlow, George M., Midshipman 92 

1373 Darst, Gilford, Midshipman 44 

Davenport, Francis O., Lieut. Commander 112 

148 Davenport, Richard G., Commander 12, 155 

788 Davidson, William C. , Lieutenant 30, 157 

606 Davis, Archibald H., Lieutenant. 24, 157 

42 Davis, Charles H., Captain 8,155 

650 Davis, Cleland, Lieutenant 26, 157 

Davis, Garrett K., Midshipman 92 

Davis, George T., Commander 112 

Davis, George W., Carpenter 128 

3778 Davis, Harry A., Acting Gunner 76 

5069 Davis, Henry C, Captain Marine Corps 140 

Davis, Louis P., Midshipman 91 

Davis, Milton S., Midshipman 90 

1418 Davis, Roscoe C, Midshipman 44 

702 Davison, Gregory C, Lieutenant 28, 157 

Dawes, Robert A., Midshipman 90 

5054 Dawson, William C, Captain Marine Corps . 140, 161 
Day, Benjamin F., Rear-Admiral 96 

696 Day, George C, Lieutenant 28, 167 

6096 Day, John H. A., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

144 Day, William P., Commander 12, 155 

Day, Willis B., Passed Assistant Engineer 124 

664 Dayton, James H. , Lieutenant 26, 157 

58 Dayton, John H., Captain 8, 165 

Dean. Richard C. , Medical Director 100 

Decatur. Stephen, jr.* Midshipman 92 

590 Decker, Benton C. Lieutenant 24, 157 

1661 Decker, Corbin J.. Surgeon 48, 159 

Decker, Walter B., Midshipman. 92 

3525 Deery, Patrick, Boatswain 70 

1186 Defrees, Joseph R., Ensign 38,158 

3578 Deignan, Osbom, Boatswain 72 

1755 De Lancy, Charles H , Assistant Surjfeon 52, 159 

117 Delano, Francis H., Commander 12, 155 

50W) Delano, Frederick H , Captain Marine Corps.... 140 

Delano, Harvey, Midshipman 92 

2005 Delano, Philip W., Assistant Paymaster 58. 160 

783 De Lany Edwin H . Lieutenant 30, 157 

Delehanty, Daniel, Captain 112 

3960 Demarest, Harry L., Carpenter 80 

389 Denfeld. George W.. Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

303 Denig, Robert G., Lieutenant-Commander... 16,156 
1720 Dennis, John B., Passed Assistant Surgeon. . . 50, 159 

Denniston, Henry M. , Pay Director 100, 153 

5004 Denny, Frank L., Col. and Q. M. Marine Corps.. 138 

4101 Densmore, Charles W.. Warrant Machinist 82 

Dent, Blaine C, Ensign 116 

1944 Dent, Henry A., Paymaster 66, 159 

1623 Derr, Ezra Z., Medical Inspector 46, 159 

4356 De Ryder, Leonard J., Mate 88 



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4194 Desmond, Harry, Acting Warrant Machinist 84 

642 de Steiguer, Louis R., Lieutenant 26, 157 

1691 De Valin, Charles M., Passed Asst. Surgeon ... 48, 159 

Devereux, Alfred, Second Lieut. Marine Corps . . 148 

Devlan, William T., Gunner 128 

Dewar, Roger A., Midshipman 92 

1 Dewey, George, Admiral 6 

5161 Dewey, Rupert C, Second Lieut. Marine Corps. . 144 

604 Dewey, Theodore G. , Lieutenant 22, 156 

4135 Dexter, John, Warrant Machinist 82 

Dick. Thomas M., Ensign 116 

3015 Dickins, Curtis H. , Chaplain 62, 160 

40 Dickins, Francis W., Captain 8, 156 

6026 Dickins, Randolph, Major Marine Corps 138 

1607 Dickinson, Dwight, Medical Director 46, 158 

Dickinson, John W., Midshipman 92 

1630 Dickson, Samuel H., Medical Inspector 46,169 

560 Dieflfenbach, Albert C, Lieutenant 24, 157 

1649 Diehl, Oliver, Surgeon 48, 169 

209 Diehl, Samuel W. B., Lieut. Commander 14, 156 

3749 Diggins, David F., Gunner 74 

5178 Dikeman, Raymond W., Sec. Lieut. Mar. Corps.. 144 
Dillen, Roscoe F., Midshipman 90 

177 Dillingham, Albert C, Commander 14, 156 

1396 Diman, Walter G., Midshipman 44 

1107 Dinger, Henry C, Ensign 36,158 

668 Dismukes, Douglas E., Lieutenant 26, 157 

4238 Ditton, Charles, Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

Dittrich, Otto C, Acting Warrant Machinist.... 154 

167 Dixon, Albert F., Commander 14, 155 

Dixon, John, jr., Midshipman 92 

1613 Dixon, William S., Medical Director 46, 158 

388 Dodd, Arthur W., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,156 
1229 Dodd, Edwin H., Ensign 40,158 

733 Doddridge, John S., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Dodge, Omenzo C. F., Midshipman 90 

3105 Dodge, Omenzo G., Prof, of Mathematics 64, 160 

Doherty, Philip, Gunner 128,153 

Doherty, Stephen, Midshipman 92 

1978 Doherty, William H., Passed Asst. Paymr.... 56,160 

396 Dombaugh, Harry M., Lieut. Commander 18,156 

3729 Donald, James, Gunner 74 

3766 Donely, Stephen, Gunner. 76 

313 Dorn, Edward J., Lieutenant-Commander... 16,156 

Dortch, Isaac F., Midshipman 91 

Doty, Webster. Lieutenant 114 

447 Doujgrherty, John A., Lieutenant-Commander. 20, 156 

741 Douglas, Richard S., Lieutenant 28, 167 

Douglass, George T., Sailmaker 110 

4319 Douglaas, Stephen W., Pharmacist 88 

Do well, Jonathan S., jr.. Midshipman 91 

3516 Dowling, James, Boatswain 70 

1407 Dowling, Otto C, Midshipman 44 

Downes, John, Lieutanant 114 

1354 Downs. John, jr.. Midshipman 42 

5032 Doyen, Charles A., Major Marine Corps 138, 161 

Doyle, Jacob D., Assistant Paymtister 134 

628 Doyle, James G , Lieutenant 22, 156 

3547 Doyle, James H., Boatswain 72 

338 Doyle, Robert M., Lieutenant-Commander... 16,156 

1207 Doyle, Stafford H. R, Ensign 38,158 

Draemel, Milo F , Midshipman 92 

114 Drake, Franklin J . Comma nder 12, 156 

1637 Drake, Nelson H. Surgeon 46, 159 

Drake, Thomas H.. Midshipman 152 

Drake, Whitford, Midshipman 92 

Dran, Francis A. . Chief Boauswain 106 

Drennan, Michael C, Medical Director 116 

Dnggs, William H , Commander 98 

Drinen. George C . Assistant Engineer 124 

4138 Dronberger, William C .AV arrant Machinist 82 

Druley, Waldo P., Midshipman 90 

1917 Drury, Hiram E., Pay Inspector 54, 159 

1952 Du Bois, Barron P, . Paymaster 56, 159 

3333 Du Bose, William G.. Asst. Naval Constr 66,160 

1635 Da Bose, William R.. Surgeon 46, 159 

3530 DuflFy, Hugh J.. Boatswain 70 

4178 Duffy, Joseph J., Warrant Machinist 84 

Dugan, Cornelius, Chief Gunner 108 

1703 Dunbar, Arthur W., Passed Asst. Surgeon 50,159 

963 Duncan, Oscar D, Lieutenant (juniorgrade). 34,158 

Dungan, Jacob S., Medical Director 100 

1142 Dungan, Paul B , Ensign 36,158 

Dungan, William W, Chief Engineer 102 

88 Dunlap, Andrew, Captiiin 10, 156 

5071 Dunlap, Robert H., Captain Marine Corps 140 

905 Dunn, Edward H., Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 158 

1747 Dunn, Henry A., Assistant Surgeon 62, 169 

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387 Dann, Herbert O., Lieutenant-Commander . . 18, 166 

Dann, John F., Boatswain 152 

Dunning, William B., (:hicf Enf^lnecr 122 

Durand, George R., Commander 112 

A99 Durell, Edward H.. Lieutenant 24, 157 

Durr, Emetit. Midshipman 91 

Dutton, Benjamin, jr.. Midshipman 91 

5043 Dutton, Robert McM., Captain Marine C^rpA. 140.161 

172 Dyer, George L., Commander 14, 155 

1971 Dver. George P., Passed Asst. IMy master 65, 160 

Dyer, Nehemiah M.. Rear- Admiral 96 

539 Dyson, Charles W., Ueutenant 22,156 

E. 

4321 Eagling, Ephraim, Pharmacist 88 

Earle. Charles T., Chief Clerk Bu. Med. & 8ur. . . 3 

911 Earle. Ralph, Lieutenant (junior grade) 32,158 

1406 Etirly, Charles W., MidMhipman 44 

Eastman, John R., Prof, of Mathematics 104 

537 Eaton, Charles P., Lieutenant 22, 1W> 

76 Eaton, Joseph G., Captain 10, 155 

315 Eaton, William C, Lieutenant-Commander.. 16,156 

573 Eberle, Edward W., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Eberle, William E., Midshipman 91 

3590 Eberwine, John, Acting Boatswain 72 

901 Eclchardt, Ernest F., Lieut, (junior grade)... 32,158 

Eclcstein, Henry C, Surgeon 118 

1650 Edgar, John M., Surgeon 48, 159 

579 Edgar, Webster A., Lieutenant 24, 157 

669 Edie, John R., Lieutenant 26, 167 

Edmonson, William E., Chaplain 134 

318 Edwards, John R., Lieut. Commander 16, 156 

5197 Egan, Harvey C, Second Lieut. Marine Corps . . 144 
3334 Eggert, Ernest F., Asst. Naval Constructor ... 66, 160 
3110 Eichelbereer, Wm. S., Prof, of Mathematics. . 64, 160 

Elclund, Frank N., Midshipman 91 

Eldredge, Charles H., Pay Director 100 

Eldredge, Houston, Lieut, (junior grade) 116 

a^O Eldridge, Frank H., Lieut. Commander 16,156 

2003 Eliason, Charles W., Asst. Paymaster 58, 160 

3949 Elkins, Herbert G., Carpenter 78 

4174 EUerton, George C, Warrant Machinist 84 

538 Ellicott, John M., Lieutenant 22, 166 

5018 Elliott. Georce F., Lieut. Col. Marine Corps 138 

1709 Elliott, Middleton S.. Passed Asst. Surgeon... 50, 159 

5139 Elliott, Stephen, Second Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

5193 Ellis, Earl H., Second Lieut. Marine Corps 144 

1218 Ellis, Hayne, Ensign 38,168 

927 Ellis, Mark St. C, Lieut, (junior grade) 32,158 

Ellyson, Theodore G., Midshipman 91 

1759 Elmer, Macomb K., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

■ Elson, Herman J., Ensign 152 

■ Emanuel, Jonathan M., Passed Asst. Engineer.. 122 

Emerson, Herbert F., Midshipman 92 

Emmons, George T., Lieutenant 114 

70 Emory, William H., Captain 8, 155 

3401 Endicott, Mordecai T., Rear-Admiral 3, 68, 161 

Engard, Albert C, Chief Engineer 122 

782 England, Clarence, Lieutenant 30, 157 

4304 Englander. Samuel, Pharmacist 88 

1324 Enochs, John M., Midshipman 42 

Entwistle, James, Rear-Admiral 96 

Erben, Henry, Rear-Admiral 96 

6120 Eslick, Fred M., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

4205 Evans, Ernest, Acting Warrant Machinist 84 

1128 Evans, Franck T., Ensign 36, 158 

5128 Evans, Frank E., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

572 Evans, George R., Lieutenant 24, 157 

1152 Evans, Herbert H., Ensign 36,158 

3325 Evans, Holden A., Asst. Naval Constructor... 66, 160 

3709 Evans, Joel C, Chief Gunner 74 

11 Evans, Robley D., Rear-Admiral 6 

1685 Evans, Sheldon G., Surgeon 48, 159 

683 Evans, Waldo, Lieutenant 26, 157 

126 Everett, William H., Commander 12, 155 

662 Everhart, Lay H., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Ewell, Laurence M., Midshipman 92 

3536 Eycke, Emil H., Boatswain 70 

F. 

657 Fahs, Charles M., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Fairchild, Herbert B., Midshipman 90 

1335 Fairfield, Arthur P., Midshipman 42 

956 Falconer, Walter M., Lt. (junior grade) 32, 158 

1119 Faller Guy W., Ensin 36,152,158 

1701 Farenholt, Ammen, Passed Asst. Surgeon.... 50,159 



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Farenholt, Oscar W., Rear-Admiral 9« 

Parley, Louis C, Midshipman 91 

3588 Farley. Michael J. J., Boatswain 72 

Farmer, Edward, Chief Engineer 102 

Farquhar, Norman H., Rear-Admiral 96, lfi2 

Farwell, Earle, Midshipman 91 

1608 Farwell, William G., Medical Director 46, l.>«^ 

Faucett, Nathaniel S., Ch'f Clerk Bu. S. and A. . 3 

1780 Fauntleroy, Archibald M., Asst. Surgeon 52, 159 

Faunt Le Roy, Robert P., Capt. Mar. Corps Ui> 

Faust, William H., Lieutenant 116 

Fawell, Reed M., Midshipman 91 

6155 Fay, William G., Second Lieut. Marine Corps... 141 
Feaster, Joseph, Naval Constructor 106 

3s2 Fechteler, Augustus F., Lieut. Commander... 18,156 

3595 Fechter, Phillip, Acting Boatswain 72 

3563 Feehan, Henry, Boatswain 72 

5094 Feland, Logan, First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

1138 Fenner, Edward B., Ensign 36, 158 

561 Fenton, Theodore C, Lieutenant 24. 157 

1615 Ferebee, Nelson M., Medical Director 46, 158 

3323 Ferguson, Homer L.. Naval Constr 66, 160 

Ferguson, John N., Midshipman 91 

3342 Ferguson, William B., jr., Asst. Naval Constr. 66,160 

Femald, Benjamin E., Carpenter V2S 

Fernald, Frank L., Naval Constructor 106 

4215 Fernan, Patrick, Acting Warrant Machinist W 

737 Fewel, Christopher C, Lieutenant 28, 157 

Fickbohm, Herman F., Commander 9.S 

545 Field, Harry A., Lieutenant 22, 156 

1686 Field, James G., Surgeon 48, 159 

Field, Philip H., Midshipman 92 

Field, Thomas Y., Colonel Marine Corps liG 

Field, Wells L., Rear-Admiral 98, 153 

531 Field, Wiley R. M., Lieutenant 22, 156 

1420 Finnejs, Earl P., Midshipman 44 

J Itl Fischer, Charles H., Ensign 38, 158 

Fishback. F. L., Private Secretary 3 

1312 Fisher, Charles W., jr.. Midshipman 42 

3751 Fisher, Edwin N., Gunner 76 

' Fisher, Henry C, Captain Marine Corps 148 

1412 FiSher, Joseph O., Midshipman 44 

3ai Fi.>ke, Bradley A., Lieutenant-Commander.. 16,156 

1745 Fiske, Charles N., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Fitch, Aubrey W., Midshipman 92 

Fitch, Edwin O., jr., Midsnipman 9(i 

Fitch, Henry W., Chief Engineer 122 

Fithian, Edwin, Chief Engineer 102 

1663 Fitts, Henry B., Surgeon 48,159 

914 Fitzgerald, Edward T., Lieut, (junior grade). 32,1.t8 

1363 Fltzpatrick, John J., Midshipman 44 

1612 Fitzsimons, Paul, Medical Director 46, 158 

Flagg, Samuel D., Assistant Surgeon 118 

3021 Fleming, John F., Chaplain 62,160 

I Fletcher, Arthur H., Lieutenant 114 

334 Fletcher, Frank F., Lieut. Commander 16,156 

Fletcher, Frank J., Midshipman 92 

3913 Fletcher, Joseph B., Chief Carpenter 78 

Fletcher, Montgomery, Chief Engineer 102 

621 Fletcher, William B.. Lieutenant 22, 156 

Flint, James M. , Medical Director 100 

Fly nne, Lucien, Lieutenant 114 

1302 Fogartv, William B., Midshipman 42 

1221 Foley, Paul. Ensign .' 38,158 

3752 Foley, William J., Gunner 76 

39 Folter, William M., Captain 8,15^ 

Follett, Thomas E. , Midshipman 92 

1345 Foote, Percy W., Midshipman 42 

Foote, Yandell, Second Lieut. Marine Corps 152 

Ford, George, Gunner 76 

Ford, John D., Rear-Admiral 98, 152 

1179 Forman, Charles W., Ensign 38,158 

5012 Forney, James, Colonel Marine Corps 138 

118 Forse, Charles T., Commander 12, 155 j 

Forsyth, Jamas M., Rear Admiral 96 

Foster, Charles A., Lieutenant 114 

Foster, John G., Gunner 108 ' 

Foster, Joseph, Pay Director 100, 153 

Foster, Worth W., Midshipman 92 

Fouse, George, Chief Gunner 108 

1346 Fowler, Orie W., Midshipman 42 

119 Fox, Charles E.. Commander 14. 155 

Foy, Harry L., Warrant Machinist 130 

1903 Frailey, Leonard A., Pay Director 54, 159 

Frankenberger, Hugo, Midshipman 91 

Franklin, James, Lieutenant 114 

Franklin. Samuel R.. Rear-Admiral 96 

Frary, William H., Boatswain 126 



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Fraser, Alexander V., Paased Asst. Engineer 122 

1916 Frazer, Reah, Pay Inspector 54,159 

3009 Frazler, John B., Chaplain 62,160 

1213 Freeman, Charles S., Ensign 88,158 

Freeman, Edward R., Lieut. Commander 114 

800 Freeman, Frederic N., Lieutenant 30, 157 

1751 Freeman, George F., Assistant Surgeon 52, 150 

— Freeman, Julius C, Lieut, (junior grade) 116 

200 Fremont, John C, Commander 14, 156 

1336 Fremont, John C. , jr. , Midshipman 42 

French, Herbert J., Midshipman 92 

Fretz, Paul H., Midshipman 90 

3584 Freudendorf, Gustav, Boatswain 72 

1415 Freyer, Frank B., Midshipman 44 

— - Frick, Horace E., Passed Assistant Engineer 153 

Friedell, Wilhelm L. , Midshipman 91 

Friedrick, Ernest, Midshipman 90 

3722 Fries, Otto, Gunner 74 

Frisby, Edgar, Professor of Mathematics 104 

3570 Fritman, Martin, Boatswain 72 

3791 Frucht, MaxM., Gunner 76 

Fry, Hughe, MidBhipman 92 

5158 Fryer, Eli T., Second Lieut. Marine Corps 144 

377 FuUam, William F., Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

5042 Fuller, Ben H., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

Fuller, Douglas W., Midshipman 92 

Fuller, Henry C, Mate 110 

Fuller, Henry G., Midshipman 91 

4129 Fuller, John J. , warrant Machinist 82 

754 FuUinwider, Simon P., Lieutenant 30, 157 

Fulmer, David M., Passed Assistant Engineer .. 122 

Furber, Robert 8., Midshipman 91 

1301 Furer, Julius A., Midshipman 42 

Furey, John, Paymaster 120 

1731 Furlong, Francis M,, Passed Asst. Surgeon... 60,159 

Furlong, William R. , Midshipman 91 

1339 Furse, John H., Midshipman 42 

1966 Fyffe, Joseph, Paymaster 56,160 

G. 

Gaddis. William P. , Midshipman " * 

419 Gage, Howard, Lieutenant-Commander 20, I55 

— Gaines, James H., Surgeon 118 

773 Galbraith, Gilbert S. , Lieutenant 30, 157 

1362 Galbraith. William W., Midshipman 44 

— Galloway, Charles D. , Lieutenant 114 

— Gait, Robert W., Chief Engineer 122 

202 Gait, Rogers H., Commander 11,156 

1919 Gait, William W., Pay Inspector 64 

1202 Gannon, Sinclair, Ensign 38,158 

— Garcelon, Arthur A., jr., Midshipman 92 

1222 Gardiner, Carlos A., Ensign 38,168 

1640 Gardner, James E., Surgeon 46,159 

3518 Gardner, Samuel W. , Boatswain 70 

435 Garrett, Le Roy M., Lieutenan^Commande^. 20, 156 

791 (Jarrison, Daniel M., Lieutenant 30, 157 

129 Garst, Perry, Commander 12, 165 

1729 Garton, Will M. , Passed Assistant Surgeon .... 60, 159 

— Gasklns, John, Gunner 108 

— Gates, George S., Passed Assistant Engineer 153 

628 Gates, Herbert G. , Lieutenant 26, 157 

1673 Gates, Manley F., Surgeon 48, 159 

1648 Gatewood, James D., Surgeon 48, 169 

— Gatewood, Richard D., Midshipman 90 

4237 Gathemann, Adolph A., Actg. Warrant Machinist 86 

— Gauss, H. C, Confidential Clerk 3 

— Gawne, James O., Midshipman 91 

4110 Gay, Alphonse, Warrant Machinist 82 

1359 (Jay. Jesse B., Midshipman 42 

3423 Gayler, Ernest R. , Civil Engineer 68, 161 

352 Gearing, Henry C, Lieutenant-Commander.. 16,156 

3789 Geary, Daniel, Gunner 76 

4172 Gebhardt, Bernard, Warrant Machinist 84 

— Gee, Samuel, Mate 130 

781 Gelm, George E., Lieutenant 30, 157 

540 George, Harry, Lieutenant 22,156 

— • Gheen, Edward H., Rear-Admiral 98, 162 

— • Ghent, Daniel T., Midshipman 90 

— Gherardi, Bancroft, Rear- Admiral 96 

797 Gherardi, Walter R., Lieutenant 30, 157 

— Ghormley, Robert L.. Midshipman 92 

449 Gibbons, John H., Lieutenant-Commander . . 20,156 

4142 Gibson, Adam, Warrant Machinist 82 

— Gibson, John, Lieutenant-Commander 114 

— Gibson, Samuel H., First Lieut. Marine Corps. ... 148 
■ — Gibson, William C, Rear-Admlral 98 

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Giles, William J., Midshipman 90 

4195 Gilhuley , Charles H. , Actg. Warrant Machinist. . 84 

3930 Gill, John H., Carpenter 78 

Gill, Thomas A.. Chaplain 104,153 

440 Gill, William A., Lieutenant-Commander 20, 156 

746 Gillis, Irvin v.. Lieutenant 28,157 

Gillis,James H., Commodore 98 

3318 Qillmor, Horatio G., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

866 Gillmore, James C, Lieutenant-Commander. 18,156 

3711 Gilmartin, Michael W., Chief Gunner 74 

1175 Gilmer, James B., Ensign 38,158 

676 Gilmer, William W., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Gilmore, Fernando P., Rear- Admiral 112, 152 

923 Gilpin, Charles E., Lieutenant (junior grade). 32,158 
5067 Gilson, Robert M., Captain Marine Coriw 140 

728 Gise, William K., Lieutenant 28, 157 

18 Glass, Henry, Rear- Admiral 6 

Glassford, William A. , j r. , Midshipman 92 

3340 Gleason, Henry M., Asst. Naval Constructor. . 66, 160 

384 Gleaves, Albert, Lieutenant-Commander 18, 166 

401 Glennon, James H., lieutenant-Commander. 18, 156 

Glover, Hamilton F. , Midshipman 91 

3513 Glynn, Dominlck, Chief Boatswain 70 

Godley, Frank B., Midshipman 91 

Goldman, Jefferson B., Midshipman 92, 162 

1989 (Joldsborough, McGill R., Asst. Payma.ster. . . 58, 160 

Goldsborough, Worth., Pay Inspector 102 

2019 Goodhue, Edward E., Asst. Paymaster 68, 160 

5010 Goodloe, Green C, Colonel and Paymaster, M. C. 138 
6017 Goodrell, Mancil C, Lieutenant-Colonel, M.C .. 138 

1329 (Joodrich, Caspar, Midshipman 42 

37 Goodrich, Caspar F., Captain 8,155 

Groodrich, Ernest P., Civil Engineer 152 

Goodsoe, Augustus O., Carpenter 108 

Goodwin, Walton, Captain 112 

4323 (Jordon, Frederick T. , Pharmacist 88 

Gordon, Samuel, Midshipman 91 

Gorgas, Miles C, Lieutenant-Commander 114 

Goss, Nelson H., Midshipman 91 

3801 Gould, Edmund DuB., Gunner. 76 

367 Gove, Charles A., Lieutenant-Commander ... 18, 156 

420 Gow, John L., Lieutenant-Commander 20, 156 

Gowing, Burdett C, Chief Engineer 122 

Grace, Clarence, Midshipman 91 

3784 Grady, John, Gunner 76 

Grady, Ronan Calistus, Midshipman 92 

957 Graeme, Joseph W.,Lieutenant(juniorgrade). 34,158 

961 Graham, Andrew T., Lieut, (junior grade) .. 34,158 

1132 Graham. John 8., Ensign 36,168 

1303 Graham, Joseph H., Pharmacist 88 

Graham, Samuel L., Lieutenant 114 

766 Graham, Stephen V., Lieutenant 30, 167 

Grainger, John R., Chief Gunner 108 

390 Grant, Albert W., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,156 

4164 Grant, Kellum D., Warrant Machinist 84 

Grant, Lennox, Midshipman 92 

4243 Grant, William E. B. , Actg. Warrant Machinist . . 86 

1611 Gravatt, Charles U., Medical Director 46,158 

Graves, Carroll S., Midshipman 92 

4244 Gray, William C, Warrant Machinist 86 

1970 Gray, William T., Passed Asst. Paymaster 56,160 

Green, Burton H., Midshipman 91 

Green, Darius A. , Chief Clerk Bu. Con. and Rep . . 3 

1629 Green, Edward H., Medical Inspector 46, 159 

Green, Francis M., Commander 98 

Green, James G., Rear- Admiral 96 

4105 Green, John F., Warrant Machinist 82 

1347 Green, John F., Midshipman 42 

Green, Thomas, Midshipman 92, 152 

5162 Greene, Edward A., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps... 144 

Greene, Edward F,, Midshipman 90 

Greene, Francis V., Passed Asst. Surgeon 163 

Greene, Joseph S., Assistant Engineer 124 

Greenleaf , Charles H. , Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

Greenleaf, Frederick W.. Lieutenant 114 

Greenlee, Halford R., Midshipman 91 

1158 Greenslade, John W., Ensign 36, 158 

Greer, James A., Rear- Admiral 96 

2024 Greer. Walter A., Assistant Paymaster 68, 160 

3763 Greetham, William D., Gunner 76 

3410 Gregory, Luther E., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

5160 Gridley, John P. V., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps... 144 

Grier, William Medical Director 100 

3921 GriflFen, Joel D., Carpenter 78 

Griffin, John, Mate 110 

409 Griffin, Roberts., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,166 
370 Griffin, Thomas D., Lieutenant-Commander. 18, 166 



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Griffin, W. E., Asfdttant Surgeon 153 

1643 Griffith, Samuel H., Surgeon 48,159 

Griffiths, Herbert M., Carpenter 108 

Grimes, James M., Lieutenant 114 

18«7 Griswold, Ralph M., Midshipman 44 

8831 Groesbeck. William G., Aast. Naval Constr. ... 66, 160 
4231 Grossenbaker, Lee, Actff. Warrant Machinist ... 86 
1714 Grove, Washington B., Passed Asst. Surgeon.. 60,159 

1724 Grow, Eugene J., Passed Assistant Surgeon... 60,159 

1725 Grunwell, Alfred G., Passed Assistant Suigeon 50, 159 
2087 Gudger, Emmet C, Assistant Paymaster 60,160 

1689 Guest, Middleton 8., Passed Asst. Suigeon ... 48, 159 

4S20 Guise, Philander N., Pharmacist 88 

Guiteras, Daniel M., Surgeon 118 

6081 Gulick. Louis M., Captain Marine Corps 140 

" — Gunnell, Francis M., Medical Director 100 

Gunnell, Robert H., Passed Asst Engineer 153 

1690 Guthrie, Joseph A., Passed Assistant Suigeon. 48, 159 

H. 

1716 Haas, Harold H., Passed Assistant Surgeon... 50,159 

Hagenman, John W., Lieutenant 114 

2030 Hagner, Ignatius T., Assistant Paymaster 60, 160 

Haines, Gordon W., Midshipman 91 

6030 Haines, Henry C, Major Marine Corps 138, 161 

3928 Haley, James L, Carpenter 78 

3604 Haley, Patrick, Chief Boatswain 70 

5172 Halford, Frank, Second Lieut. Marine Corps 144 

3702 Halford, William, Chief Gunner 74 

Hall, Asaph, Professor of Mathematics 104 

6101 Hall, Dickinson P., First Lieut. Marine Corps... 142 

1994 Hall, Eugene F., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

1402 Hall, Frank D., Midshipman 44 

467 Hall, Harry, Lieutenant 20,166 

Hall, Martin E., Commander 98 

6061 Hall, Newt H., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

376 Hall, Reynold T., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,166 

Hall, William A., Midshipman 92 

4176 Hall, William G., Warrant MachiniHt 84 

Hall, Wolcott E., Midshipman 92 

1101 Halligan, John, jr., Ensign 36, 158 

Halpme, Nicholas J. L. T., Lieutenant 114 

212 Halsey, William F., Commander 14, 156 

Halsey, William F., jr., Midshipman 90 

543 Halstead, Alexander 8., Lieutenant 22, 156 

3958 Hamburger, William F., Carpenter 80 

4313 Hammar, Alrik, Pharmacist 88 

4126 Hammond, Charles, Warrant Machinist 82 

1342 Hamner. Edward C. , Jr., Midshipman 42 

Hand, Chester L., Mioshipman 90 

3948 Hand, Clayton P.. Carpenter 78 

Hand, James A., jr., Ensign 153 

63 Hanford, Franklin, Captain 8,156 

Hanley, Peter, Gunner 128 

4201 Hanlon, Peter J. , Acting Warrant Machinist. ... 84 

Hanna, Edwin P., Solicitor, Oflf. Judge Ad. Gen. 3 

1357 Hannigan, John J., Midshipman 42 

Hannum, John L., Captain 98 

Hannum, William G., Lieutenant 134 

1130 Hanrahan, David C, Ensign 36,158 

3301 Hanscom, John F., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

Hanscom, Leonard, Carpenter 154 

Hansen, Herman, Sailmaker 130 

Hanus,Gu8tavusC., Commander 98 

134 Harber, Giles B., Commander 12, 155 

3956 Hardie, William C, Carpenter 80 

6102 Harding, Arthur E., First Lieut. Mar. Corps .... 142 

5107 Harding, Leof M., First Lieut. Mar. Corps 142 

3922 Harding, William P., Carpenter 78 

Hargis, Edward G., Midshipman 91 

Harkness, William, Professor of Mathematics ... 104 

5134 Harllee, William C, First Lieut. Mar. Corps .... 142 

437 Harlow, Charles H., Lieut. Commander 20, 156 

Harman, Andrew, Gunner 108 

1620 Harmon, George E.H., Medical Inspector 46,159 

Harmony, David B. , Rear-Admiral 96 

Harrington, Charles A. .Midshipman 90 

5016 Harrington, Francis H., Colonel Mar. Corps 138 

27 Harrington, Pumell F., Captain 8, 165 

1666 Harris, Hatton N. T., Surgeon 48,169 

1909 Harris, Henry T. B., Pay Director 54, 159 

2015 Harris, Thomas D., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

147 Harris, Uriah R., Commander 12, 165 

391 Harrison, Horace W., Lieut. Commander 18, 166 

661 Harrison, William K., Lieutenant 26, 167 

3111 Harshman, Walter S., Prof. Mathematics 64, 160 

1975 Hart, Franklin W., Passed Asst. Paymaster .. 56,16Q 



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Hart, John P., Midshipman 90 

943 Hart, Thomas C, Lieutenant (junior grade) . 32, 158 

3919 Harte, Francis J., Carpenter 78 

Barter, Robert L., Midslilpman 92 

Hartigan, Charles C, Midshipman 92 

Hartung, Renwick J., Ensi^ 116 

713 Hasbrouck, Raymond D., Lieutenant 28,157 

3769 Hasler. Adolph, Acting Gunner 76 

Haswell.GouvemeurK., Lieut. Commander 112 

1180 Hatch, Charles B., Ensign 38,158 

5076 Hatch, Charles 6., Captain Marine Corps 140 

2016 Hatch, John F., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

1961 Hatton, Richard, Paymaster 56,159 

1606 Hawke, James A., Medical Director 46, 158 

Hawkins, Charles E., Chief Boatswain 106 

127 Hawley, John M., Commander 12, 155 

3906 Hay, Edward H., Chief Carpenter 78 

Haycock, George B., Captain Marine Corps 148 

433 Hayden, Edward E,, Lieut. Commander 20, 156 

587 Hayes, Charles H., Lieutenant 24, 167 

6168 Hayes, Edgar, Second Lieut. Marine Corps 1 44 

Hayes, James, Gunner 153 

Hayes, William P., Midshipman 92 

Hayne, Isaac W., Midshipman 91 

618 Hay ward, George N., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Hay ward. James W., Midshipman 90 

3572 Hazard, Frederick R., Boatswain 72 

Hazard, Stanton L. H., Midshipman 90 

Hazlett, Isaac, lieutenant-Commander 114 

1934 Heap, Samuel L., Paymaster 54, 159 

4218 Heath, Harlan B. , Actg. Warrant Machinist 86 

Heflenger, Arthur C, Passed Asst. Surgeon 118 

4202 Heggenhaugen, Bergen, Actg. War. Machinist ... 84 
Heflman, Ernest C, Naval Cadet 152 

174 Heilner, Lewis C, Commander 14, 155 

4116 Heinen, George M., Warrant Machinist 82 

1201 Hell w^, Julius F., Ensign 38,158 

Helm, FrankP., jr.. Ensign 152 

821 Helm, James M., Lieutenant-Commander 16,156 

3917 Helms, George, Carpenter 78 

3014 Helms, William T., Chaplain 62, 160 

68 Hemphill, Joseph N., Captain 8,155 

Hendee, George E., Pay Director 100, 153 

Henderson, John A., Assistant Engineer 124 

369 Henderson, Richard, Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

1408 Henderson, Robert, Midshipman 44 

968 Henderson, Robert W., Lieut, (junior grade) . 34,158 

Henderson, Samuel L., Midshipman 92 

8101 Hendrickson, WUliam W., Prof, of Math's ... 64, 160 

3548 Hendry, George B., Boatswain 72 

1628 Heneberger, Lucien G., Medical Inspector.. . 46,159 

3566 Hennig, Paul, Boatswain 72 

Henry, Charles P. . Assistant Surgeon 118 

4324 Henry, Hubert, Pharmacist 88 

1305 Henry, Sidney M., Midshipman 42 

941 Hepburn, Arthur J., Lieut, (junior grade) .. . 32,158 

3750 HepbuniLPavid, Gunner 76 

5191 Herbert, Hilary A., jr.. Second Lieut. M. C 144 

Herbert, John C, Chief Sailmaker 110 

3568 Herbert, Percy, Boatswain 72 

542 Herbert, William C, Lieutenant 22, 156 

1627 Hemdon, Cumberland G., Med. Inspector ... 46,159 
1668 Hesler, Frederick A., Suigeon 48, 159 

428 Hetherington, James H., Lieut. Commander. 20,156 

3562 Hewson, Alfred H. , Acting Boatswain 72 

5001 Heywood, Charles, Maj. Gen. Comdt. M. C 138 

1636 Hibbett, Charles T., Surgeon 46,159 

3313 Hibbs, Frank W., Naval Constructor 66,160 

Hichbom, Philip, Naval Constructor 106 

Hickey, Andrew S., Midshipman *. . 92 

4150 Hickey, James A., warrant Machinist 84 

1940 Hicks, Thomas H., Paymaster 56,159 

3767 Hierdahl, Charles, Gunner 76 

Higbee, John H., Lieut. Col. Marine Corps 146 

2029 Higgins, John S., Assistant Paymaster 60, 160 

634 Higgins, Robert B., Lieutenant 22, 156 

5 Himnson, Francis J. , Rear- Admiral 6 

1758 Hieh, Warren E. G., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Hiland, Thomas, Surgeon 118 

1352 Hileman, Joseph L. , Midshipman 42 

6066 Hill, Charles S., Captain, Marine Corps 140 

549 Hill, Frank K., Lieutenant 22,156 

Hill, James. Mate 130 

4140 Hill, John, Warrant Machinist 82 

37-20 Hill, Joseph, Gunner 74 

3762 Hill, Owen, Gunner 76 

, 3747 Hill, Patrick, Gunner 74 

I am, Richard J., Gunner 128 



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3606 Hill, William L., Chief Boatswain 70 

Hilliard, Robert B., Midshipman 90 

Hilton, Osgood H., Chief Carpenter: 128 

757 Hinds, Alfred W., Lieutenant 30,167 

582 Hines, Harold K., Lieutenant 24, 167 

705 Hines, John F., Lieutenant 28, 167 

5125 Hirshinger, Herbert J., First Lieut. M. C 142 

3715 Hoagland, Frank L., Gunner 74 

Hobbs, Goodwin, Midshipman 92 

1908 Hobbs, Ichabod G., Pay Director 54, 169 

4130 Hobby, Thomas F., Warrant Machinist 82 

3304 Hobson, Richmond P., Naval Constructor ... 66,160 

386 Hodges, Ben W., Lieutenant-Commander — 18,166 
343 Hodges, Harry M., Lieutenant-Commander.- 16,156 
327 Hodgson, Albon C, Lieutenant-Commander. 16,156 

Hoehling, Adolph A., Medical Director 116 

3005 Hoes, Roswell R., Chaplain 62,160 

630 Hoff, Arthur B., Lieutenant 26,167 

Hoff, William Bainbridge, Captain 112 

375 Hogg, William 9., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,156 
1736 Holcomb, Richmond C, Assistant Surgeon ... 50, 159 
5159 Holcomb, Thomas, jr., Second Lieut. M. C 144 

414 Holcombe, John H. L., Lieut. Commander... 18,166 
3520 Holden, John J., Boatswain 70 

907 Holden, Jonas H., Lieut, (iunior grade) 32,158 

Holihan, James W., Passed Assistant Engineer.. 122 

4227 Holland, Charles C, Act. Warrant Machinist ... 86 

Holland, W. J., Nayal Cadet 162 

Holler, Frank, Mate 130 

1790 Holloway, James H., Assistant Surgeon 52, 169 

4198 Holloway, Murray 8., Act. Warrant Machinist.. 84 
3406 Hollyday, Richard C, Civil Engineer 68, 161 

Holman, Frederic R., Lieut, (junior grade) 163 

Holman, Geoige F. W., Commander 98 

306 Holmes, Frank H., Lieutenant-Commander.. 16,166 
Holmes, Ralston S., Midshipman 96 

653 Holmes, Urban T., Lieutenant 26, 167 

•2036 Holt, Felix R., Assistant Paymaster 60, 160 

Holway, Wesley O., Chaplain 104 

431 Hood, John, Lieutenant-Commander 20, 166 

506 HoogewerfF, John A., Lieutenant 22, 166 

Hooker, Edward, Commander 98 

5135 Hooker, Richard S., First Lieut. Marine Corps. . . 142 

Hooper, Stanford C, Midshipman 91 

2023 Hoopes, Edward T., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

Hoover, John B., Naval Constructor 106 

5100 Hopkins, William, First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

4189 Horan, John J., Warrant Machinist 84 

1170 Home, Frederick J„ jr.. Ensign 38,168 

Homer, F«^*»"''t ^^ Pn-vKjAri \asit «nrgeon 153 

^r- Homing, 152 

Horowitz 100 

335 Hosley, I ler... 16,166 

4137 Hosung, i ; 82 

4199 Hothersa linist 84 

679 Hough, I 26,167 

711 HourigaB 28,167 

Houston, 98,162 

Houston, 98 

951 Houston, !)---- 32,158 

Hftward, 92 

Howard, 90 

2a5 Howard, r 14,156 

530 Howard, 22,166 

1309 Howe, Al 42 

Howe W'. „. .ii^.^oiix xx^u... 92 

Howell, John A^T itear^Admiml 96, 152 

Howison, Henry L., Rear- Admiral 96 

Howze, Gerald, Midshipman 91 

Hoy, James, Pay Inspector 120 

1787 Hoyt, Roberts., Assistant Surgeon 52,159 

170 Hubbard, John, Commander 14, 156 

614 Hubbard, John F., Lieutenant 24, 157 

- Hubbard, Socrates, Lieutenant-Commander 112 

752 Hudgins, John M.. Lieutenant 30, 157 

S5U Hudson, Henry, Chief Boatswain 70 

■ 5117 Huey, James McE., First Lieut. Marine Corps... 142 

1230 HuflF. Charles P., Ensign 40,158 

! Hughes, Aaron K., Rear- Admiral 96 

I 621 Hughes, Charles F., Lieutenant 26, 157 

168 Hughes, Edward M., Commander 14, 155 

5194 Hughes,John A., Second Lieut. Marine Corps... 144 

Hughes, Raleigh E., Midshipman 92 

412 Hughes, Richard M., Lieut. Commander 18,156 

332 Hughes, Walters., Lieutenant-Commander.. 16,156 

3W0 Hull, Leroy C, Gunner 76 

552 Hulme, Walter O., Lieutenant 22, 156 

- — Hanger, Jacob J., Commander 98 



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No. Page. 

61 B - g^^ 

1930 B 64,169 

B 114 

1173 B 38,168 

1967 B iymr . 56, 160 

1719 E eon... 60,159 

B )rpfl 146 

4308 B 88 

4317 B 88 

3796 B 76 

406 B ier.... 18,156 

699 K 28,167 

72 B 8,155 

1358 B 42 

308 B 3r 16,166 

B 91 

632 B 26,167 

B 134 

1188 B 38,158 

I. 

Id 98 

1768 Id 62,159 

Ig: 90 

In 98 

97 In 10,156 

In 91 

109 In 12,156 

1985 In i^aymaster. 56, 160 

3561 Ir< Q 72 

Ir 91 

Ir 91 

1957 Ir 66,1«) 

682 Ir 26,167 

Ir 98 

3539 Isi 70 

3007 Isi 62,160 

Isl gineer 102 

3938 Itncn, J?ranz A., (.carpenter 78 

Iverson, Andrew J., Commander 163 

4225 Iversen, Rasmus, Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

1962 Izard, Walter B., Passed Asst. Paymaster .... 66,160 

J. 

Jack, Ralph C, Naval Cadet 152 

3600 Jacklin, Henry G., Boatswain 72 

4213 Jackson, Charles W., Act. Warrant Machinist. . . . 86 

1190 Jackson, Edward S., Ensign 38, 168 

1326 Jackson, John P., Midshipman 42 

731 Jackson, Orton P., Lieutenant 28, 167 

629 Jackson, Richard H., Lieutenant 26, 167 

Jackson, Robert A., Midshipman 91 

Jackson, Samuel, Medical Director 100 

1999 Jackson, Victor S., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

Jacob. Edwin S., Lieutenant 163 

3739 Jacobs, Simon, Gunner 74 

Jacobs, Walter F., Midshipman 92 

4214 Jacobsen, Jannis V., Acting Warrant Machinist. 86 

3952 Jacobson, Jacob, Carpenter 80 

Jacoby, Harry M., Lieutenant 114 

3743 Jaffe, Charles E., Gunner 74 

James, Anthony J., Midshipman 91 

763 James, Leland F., Lieutenant 30, 157 

4212 James, William, Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

3667 Jarrett, Henry C, Boatswain 72 

Jasper, Robert T., Commander 112 

627 Jayne, Joseph L., Lieutenant 22, 156 

4123 Jeffares, Richard, Warrant Machinist 82 

1210 JeflFers, William N., Ensign 88,168 

Jenney, William, Mate 110 

1794 Jenness, Burt F., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Jensen, Henry M., Midshipman 92 

959 Jenson, Henry N., Lieutenant (junior grade) . 34, 168 
931 Jessop, Earl P., Lieutenant (junior grade) ... 32,168 

701 Jewell, Charles T., Lieutenant 28, 157 

38 Jewell, Theodore F., Captain 8,155 

1938 Jewett, Henry E., Paymaster 66,169 

1937 Jewett, Thomas S., Paymaster 54, 169 

3741 Johnsen, Hans, Gunner 74 

1172 Johnson, Alfred W., P:nsign 38,168 

Johnson, Benjamin K., Midshii)man 90 

Johnson, Bradley T., jr., Midshipman 92 

4210 Johnson, Clarence R., Warrant Machini-st 86 

3924 Johnson, Frank, Carpenter 78 

4216 Johnson, George W., Actg. Warrant Machinist. . 86 

-^ — Johnson, Isaac C. jr.. Midshipman 90 

16 Johnson, Mortimer L., Rear- Admiral 6 



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1707 Johnson, Moulton K., Passed Asst. Surgeon.. 50,159 

4121 Johnson , Otto, Warrant Machinist 82 

Johnson, Peter, Boatswain 153 

1122 Johnson, Thomas L., Ensign 36, 158 

8552 Johnson, William, Boatswain 72 

3575 Johnson, William, Boatswain 72 

4113 Johnson. William H., Warrant Machinist 82 

Johnson, William H., Boatswain 126, 153 

— Johnston, Huntington, Midshipman 152 

523 Johnston, Marbury, Lieutenant 22, 156 

903 Johnston, Rufus Z., jr., Lieut, (junior grade) . 32, 158 

3707 Johnston, Thomas M., Chief Gunner 74 

3728 Johnstone, Gaston D., Gunner 74 

5112 Jolly, Wade L., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

5009 Jonas, Edwin A., Captain, Asst. Qmr., M. C 138 

Jones, Chandler K., Midshipman 90 

4006 Jones, Charles H., Chief Sailmaker 82 

Jones, David P., Chief Engineer 122 

Jones, Harold, Midshipman 92 

8011 Jones, Harry W., Chaplain 62,160 

654 Jones, Hilary P., jr., Lieutenant 22, 156 

588 Jones, Horace W., Lieutenant 24, 157 

4163 Jones, Jesse E. , Warrant Machinist 84 

755 Jones, Lewis B., Lieutenant 30, 157 

942 Jones, Needham L., Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 158 

8946 Jones, Oliver C, Carpenter 78 

Jones, William, Boatswain 126 

381 Jordan, John N., Lieutenant-Commander 18,156 

Jouett, James E., Rear- Admiral 153 

— — Joyce, Arthur R., Midshipman 92 

4208 Joyce, Charles S., Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

3730 Joyce, Myles, Gunner 74 

— — Judd, Charles H., Lieutenant 114 

432 Jungen, Carl W., Lieutenant-Commander 20, 156 

Junkin, William D. A., Second Lt. Mar. Corps .. 162 

Junkins, Nathan H., Carpenter 128 

3580 Juraschka, William, Boatswain 72 

609 Kaemmerllng, Gustav, Lieutenant 22,156 

Kafer, John C, Passed Assistant Engineer 122 

3773 Kail, Arthur C, Gunner. 76 

Kaiser, Julius A., Assistant Engineer 124 

644 Kaiser, Louis A., Lieutenant 26,157 

913 Kalbach, Andrew E., Lieut, (junior grade) .. 32,158 

1148 Kalbfus, Edward C, Ensign 36,168 

Kane, James J., Chaplain 126 

8527 Kane, Patrick J., Boatswain 70 

Kane, Theodore F., Captain 112 

5039 Kane, Theodore P., Captain Marine Corps .. 140,161 
6029 Karmany, Lincoln, Major Marine Corps 138, 161 

792 Kams, Franklin D., Lieutenant 30, 157 

Kautz, Albert, Rear-Admiral 96 

966 Kautz, Austin, Lieutenant 34,158 

766 Kavanagh, Arthur G., Lieutenant 30, 157 

Kavanaugh, Benjamin, Passed Asst. Engineer. . 122 

Kays, Herbert E., Midshipman 91 

1185 Kear, Carleton R., Ensign 38,158 

921 Kearney, Thomas A., Lieut, (junior grade) .. 32,158 

105 Kearny, George H., Commander 12, 156 

1194 Keating, Arthur B., Ensign 38, 158 

Keen, Josiah E., Chief Carpenter 128 

972 Keenan, Ernest C, Lieutenant (junior grade) 34,168 

Keene, George F., jr., Midshipman 92 

Keene, Henry C, Lieutenant 114 

Keller, Charles S., Midshipman 92 

Kelley, James D. J., Commander 112 

Kellogg, Augustus G., Commander 134 

718 Kellogg, Edward S., Lieutenant 28, 167 

458 Kellogg, Frank W., Lieutenant-Commander.. 20,166 

Kelly, Herndon B.. Midshipman 92 

5019 Kelton, Allan C, Lieut. Col. Marine Corps 138 

970 Kempff, Clarence S., Lieut, (iunior grade) ... 34,158 

7 Kempff, Louis, Rear-Admiral 6 

3961 Kendall, Charles S. , Carpenter 80 

2009 Kennard, Perry G., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

111 Kennedy, Duncan, Commander 12,165 

1743 Kennedy, John T., Assistant Surgeon 52, lf>9 

1682 Kennedy, Robert M., Surgeon 48, 169 

1901 Kenny, Albert S. , Rear-Admiral 3, 54, 159 

3756 Kenyon, John, Gunner 76 

1722 Kerr, David B., Passed Assistant Surgeon 50, 169 

1925 Kerr, Leeds C, Paymaster 64, 159 

1423 Kerrick, Charles S. , Midshipman 44 

4109 Kershaw, Herbert E., Warrant Machinist 82 

Kershner, Edward, Medical Inspector il6 

8781 Kessler, Robert W., Gunner 76 



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529 Key, Albert L., Lieutenant 22,156 

1315 Keyes, Raymond S., Midshipman 42 

Kibbee, Austins., Midshipman 90 

Kidd, Isaac C, Midshipman 92 

Kidder, Benjamin H., Medical Lirector 100 

Kiersted, Andrew J., Chief Engineer 102 

Kllbum, William, Commander 9S 

3926 Kiley, Timothy E., Carpenter 78 

3603 Killin, John J., Chief Boatswain 70 

143 Kimball, William W. , Commander 12, 155 

Kimberly, Lewis A., Rear-Admiral 153 

1141 Kimberly, Victor A., Eiisign 36,158 

Kimmel. Husband E. , Midishipman 90 

418 Kimmell, Harry, Lieutenant-Commander 20,lc6 

1702 Kindleberger, Charles P., PassedAsst. Surgeon 50,159 

Kindleberger, David, Medical Director 100 

1304 King, Ernest J., Midshipman 42 

King, James W., Chief Engineer 102 

4187 King, John L. , Warrant Machinist 84 

Kina:, William R., Passed Assistant Engineer ... 124 

471 Kinkaid, Thomas W., Lieutenant-Commander 20,156 

1378 Kintner, Edwin G., Midshipman 44 

6188 Kipp, Howard H., Second Lieut. Marine Corps. . . 144 

Kirby, Absalom, Chief Engineer l'22 

Kirk, Edwin P., Carpenter 128,153 

1659 Kite, Isaac W., Surgeon 48,159 

634 Kittelle, Sumner E. W., Lieutenant 26, 157 

1349 Kittinger, Theodore A., Midshipman 42 

794 Klemann, John V., Lieutenant 30, 157 

566 Kline, George W., Lieutenant 24, 157 

4310 Klock, George H., Pharmacist 88 

1868 Klyce, Horace S., Midshipman 44 

404 Knapp, Harry S., Lieutenant-Commander ... 18,156 

429 Knapp, John J., Lieutenant-Commander 20, 156 

646 Knepper, Chester M., Lieutenant 22, 156 

806 Knepper, Orlo S., Lieutenant 30, 168 

207 Knigh^ Austin M., Commander 14, 166 

925 Knox, Dudley W., Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 168 

74 Knox, Harry, Captain 8,155 

Knox, Harry G., Midshipman 92 

Koch, Ralph A., Midshipman 90 

617 Koester, Oscar W., Lieutenant 24,157 

4128 Korte, Fred J., Warrant Machinist 84 

1200 Kress. James C, Ensign 38,158 

676 Kuenzli, Henry C, Lieutenant 26, 167 

Kuhl, Hugh, Mate 110 

3718 Kuhlwein, Leonard J. G. , Gunner 74 

1319 Kurtz, Thomas R., Ensign 42 

Kutz George F., Chief Engineer 102 

1146 Lackey, Henry E., Ensign 36,153 

Lacy, Lindsay H., Midshipman 90 

830 Laird, Charles, Lieutenant-Commander 16,156 

Laird, Horace C, Midshipman 91 

— — Lake, George E., Midshipman 92 

32 Lamberton, Benjamin P., Captain 8, 155 

La Motte, Henry, Assistant Surgeon 118 

Lamson, Roswell H. , Lieutenant 114 

1372 Land, Emory S., Midshipman . .'. 44 

1237 Landenberger, George B., Ensign 40, 158 

6153 Lander, Frank C, Second Lieut. Marine Corps .. 144 

971 Landis, Irwin F,, Lieutenant (junior grade). 34,158 

1235 Landram, Clarence E., Ensign 40, 158 

6050 Lane, Rufus H., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

725 Lang, Charles J., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Langenheim, Frederick E., Naval Cadet 152 

1726 Langhorne, Gary D., Passed AssistantSurgeon. 50,159 
Langton, John B. F., Chief Boatswain 106 

790 Lanmg, Harris, Lieutenant 30, 157 

1397 Lannon, James P., Midshipman 44 

1171 Larimer, Edgar B., Ensign 38,158 

3515 Larkin, l«Yancls E., Boatswain 70 

Lassing, Walter H., Midshipman 91 

Latch, Edward B. , Chief Engineer 1*22 

667 Latimer, Julir.n L. , Lieutenant ; 26, 157 

5003 Lauchheime/, Charles H., Major, Assistant 

Adjutant, and Inspector, Marine Corps ... 138,161 

3579 Laven, James, Boatswain 72 

Law, Homer L., Surgeon 118 

324 Lawrance, James P. S., Lieut. Commander... 16,156 
Laws, Elijah, Chief Engineer 102 

695 Laws, George W., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Lawton, Sylvester H., jr.. Midshipman 91 

6129 Lay, Harrv R., First Lieutenant Marine Corps.. 142 

1651 Leach, Philip, Surgeon 48,159 

Leahy, Lamar R., Midshipman 90 

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960 Leahy, William D., Lieut, (junior grade) .... 34,158 

Leary, Herbert F., Midshipman 91 

Leavitt, Almond O., Assistant Surgeon 118 

Le Breton, David McD., Midshipman 90 

3597 Leckie, James, Boatswain 72 

1760 Ledbetter, Robert E., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Lee, Caleb E., Passed Assistant Engineer 122 

5078 Lee, Harry, Captain Marine Corps 140 

Lefavor, Frederic H., Lieutenant 114 

690 Leigh, Richard H. , Lieutenant 28, 157 

470 Leiper, Edwards F., Lieutenant 20, 156 

5037 Lejeune, John A., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

Lemly, Rowan P., Midshipman 92 

Lemly, Samuel C, Captain 3, 112, 153 

5008 Lemly, Wm. B., Capt. and Asst. Qm. M. C 138 

5063 Leonard, Henry, Captain Marine Corps 140 

535 Leonard, John C, Lieutenant 22, 166 

460 Leonard, Samuel H., jr., Lieutenant 20, 156 

533 Leopold, Harry G., Lieutenant 22, 156 

3947 Le Pine, Frederick C. , Carpenter 78 

77 Leutze, Eugene H. C, Captain 10, 155 

1988 Leutze, Trevor W., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

3417 Lewerenz, Alfred C, Civil Engineer 68, 161 

1631 Lewis, David O., Surgeon 46,159 

1154 Lewis, John E., Ensign 36,158 

Lewis, John K., Chaplain 104 

1699 Leys, James F., Passed Assistant Surgeon 50, 159 

Liggett, Winfield, jr.. Midshipman 91 

Lightle, William T., Midshipman 91 

69 Lillie, Abraham B.H., Captain 8,156 

S12 Lincoln, Gatewood S., Lieut, (junior grade). 32,158 

3303 Linnaro, Joseph H., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

Lippincott, George C, Paased Asst. Surgeon 118 

Lippitt, Thomas M., Assistant Surgeon 118, 153 

Lisle, Richard M., Lieutenant 114 

1902 Lisle, Robert P., Pay Director 54, 159 

3112 Littell, Frank B., Professor of Mathematics.. 64,160 

1947 Littell, William J., Paymaster 56, 159 

Littig, James G., Assistant Engineer 124 

Little, Joseph D., Midshipman 90 

5106 Little, Loms M., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

Little, William, Lieutenant 114 

Little, William McC. , Lieutenant 114 

4246 Little, William P. , Warrant Machinist 86 

348 Little, William N., Lieut. Commander 16,156 

1918 Littlefleld, Charles W., Pay Inspector 64, 169 

4117 Littlefleld, George O., Warrant Machinist 82 

930 Littlefleld, William L.. Lieut, (junior grade). 32,158 

Livermore, Charles W., Assistant Engineer 124 

3766 Liungquist, Conrad W., Gunner 76 

411 Lloyd, Ed ward, jr., Lieutenant-Commander.. 18,156 
Lonand, John H., Midshipman 90 

595 Logan, George W., Lieutenant 24, 157 

91 Logan, Leavitt C, Captain 10,155 

Logan, Samuel J., First Lieut. Marine Cgrps 148 

3963 Logan, Thomas J., Carpenter 80 

3737 Lohman, John H., Gunner 74 

Lohr, Carl A., Midshipman 91 

London, John J., Midshipman 91 

598 Long, Andrew T. , Lieutenant 24, 157 

1308 Long, Byron A., Midshipman 42 

5041 Long, Charles G., Captain Marine Corps .... 140, 161 

Long, F. A., Midshipman 152 

5133 Long, Henry D. F., First Lieut. Marine Corps... 142 

4007 Long, John A., Chief Saiimaker 82 

Long, William, Boatswain.... 153 

53 Longnecker, Edwin, Captain 8. 155 

Longnecker, Henry C, Ensign 116 

Looker, Thomas H , Pay Director 102 

Loomls, Sam C , Midsbipman 90 

457 Lopez, Robert F. Lieutenant-Commander... 20,156 

3965 Lord, John A., Carpenter 80 

Lonng, Charles H. , Chiet Engineer 102 

Lorshbougb, Walter W., Midshipman 92 

1935 Lovell. John Q , Paymaster 54,159 

1634 Lovering. Pnillips A. Surgeon 46,159 

5057 Low, Theodore H.. Captain Marine Corps... 140,161 

Low, William F, Commander 98 

5103 Low, William W., First Lieut Marine Corps 142 

Lowe, John, Rear- Admiral 96 

Lowe, Robert V , Midshipman 92 

Lowman, Roy L., Midshipman 92 

1674 Lowndes, Charles H.T., Surgeon 48,159 

5044 Lowndes, Edward R., Capt. Marine Corps... 140, 161 
Lowry, Francis, Captain 112 

502 Luby, John F., Lieutenant 22. 156 

765 Luby, John McC, Lieutenant 30, 157 

5040 Lucas, Lewis C, Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 



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Luce, Stephen B., Rear- Admiral 96 

Ludlow, Nicoll, Rear- Admiral 96 

1965 Lukesh, George M., Passed Asst. Paymaster. . 56, 160 

1641 Lumsden, George P., Surgeon 48, 159 

1678 Lung, George A., Surgeon 48, 169 

4127 Lutken, Harold I., Warrant Machinist 82 

4124 Lutz, Frederick C, Warrant Machinist 82 

6104 Lyman, Charles H., First Lieut. Marine Corps .. 142 

Lynch, Charles M., Midshipman 92 

Lynch, James W., First Lieut. Marine Corps ... 163 

Lvnch, Nicholas, saiimaker 164 

37a5 Lynch, Patrick, Chief Gunner 74 

764 Lyon, Frank, Lieutenant 30, 157 

Lyon, George A., Pay Director 100 

57 Lyon, Henry W., Captain 8,155 

3732 Lyons, David, Gunner 74 

5089 Lyons, Thomas F., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

Lyons, Timothy A., Commander 112 

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922 MacArthur, Arthur, jr., Lieut, (junior grade) . 32, 158 

Maccarty, Gilbert M. L., Chief Engineer 153 

MacConnell, Charles J., Chief Engineer 122 

639 MacDougall, William D., Lieutenant 26, 167 

MacFall, Roscoe C, Midshipman 91 

688 Macfarland, Horace G., Lieutenant 28, 157 

3017 MacGrail, Joseph F., Chaplain 62,160 

Machette, Henry C, Paymaster 120 

Mack, Alexander, Boatswain 126 

3406 Mackay, George, Civil Engineer 68, 161 

3726 Mackenzie, Allan S., Gunner 74 

59 Mackenzie, Morris R. S., Captain 8, 156 

3935 Mackie, Alfred R., Carpenter 78 

Macomb, David B., Chief Engineer 102 

Macy, Gilbert D., Saiimaker 110 

1116 Macy, Ulysses S., Ensign 36,168 

2026 Madden, Gustavus R., Assistant Paymaster.. 58,160 

Madden, Wilson E., Midshipman 93 

1181 Madison, Zachariah H., Ensign 38, 158 

Magee, Edward A., Chief Engineer 122 

Magee, George W., Chief Engineer 122 

3904 Mager, Philip T., Chief Carpenter 78 

5058 Magill, Louis J., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

Magruder, Alexander F., Surgeon 118 

3701 Magruder, Charles B. , Chief Gunner 74 

633 Magruder, Thomas P., Lieutenant 26, 167 

Mahan, Alfred T., Captain 98 

165 Mahan, Dennis H., Commander 14, 155 

5034 Mahoney, James E., Captain Marine Corps. . 140, 161 
3550 Mahoney, John, Boatswain 72 

940 Mahony, Daniel S.( Lieutenant, junior grade) 32,158 

Mahony, Kaen M. A., Carpenter 128 

Main. Herschel, Chief Engineer 122 

1156 Major, Samuel L M., Ensign 36,158 

3723 Mallery, George L., Gunner 74 

71 4 Mallison, George, Lieutenant 28, 167 

785 Mallory, Charles K., Lieutenant 30, 167 

4111 Manck, Edward A., Warrant Machinist 82 

Mandeville, John A., Midshipman 91 

780 Manion, Walter J., Lieutenant 30, 157 

1325 Manley, RufusS., Midshipman 42 

Manly, Matthias E., Midshipman 93 

Mann, Richard R,, Midshipman 93 

66 Manney, Henry N,, Captain 8, 166 

Manning. Charles H., Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

Mannings Wiiliam. Chief Boatswain 106 

1193 Mannix, Daniel P.. Midshipman 38,158 

82 Mansfield, Henry B. , Captain 10, 155 

789 Mansfield, Newton, Lieutenant 30, 157 

5163 Man waring, Edward B., Second Lt. Mar. Corps.. 144 
Maples, William L., Carpenter 128 

609 Marble, Frank, Lieutenant 24. 157 

1106 Marble, ftalph N., jr., Ensign 36, 158 

1753 Marcour, Raphael O., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

5086 Marix, Arthur T., Captain Marine Corps 140 

106 Marix, Adoiph, Commander 12, 165 

Markland, Morris G., Midshipman 93 

1606 Marmlon, Robert A., Medical Director 46,158 

1383 Marquart, Edward J. , Midshipman 44 

436 Marsh, Charles C, Lieutenant-Commander ... 20, 156 

920 Marshall, Albert W., Lieut, (junior grude) .. . 32. 158 

902 Marshall, John F., jr., Lieut, (junior grade) . . 32, 158 

190 Marshall. William A., Commander 14, 155 

1647 Marsteller, Emlyn H., Surgeon 48, 159 

Marston, CoburnS., Midshipman 91 

1183 Martin. Francis. Ensign 38. 158 

1399 Martin, Frank C. Midshipman 44 

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4311 Martin, John C.PharmaclBt 88 

1921 Martin, John R., Paymaster 54,159 

3901 Martin, Luther L, Chief Carpenter 78 

Martin, William, Surgeon 118 

3594 Martin. William, Boatswain 72 

637 Marvell, George R. , Lieutenant 26, 157 

Marzoni, Pettersen B., Midshipman 93 

Mason, Henry, Chief Engineer 122 

136 Mason, Newton E., Commander 12, 155 

Masser.WillUmH.E., Ensign 116 

Massey, Arthur W., Carpenter 128 

5118 Mather, George H., First Lieut. Marine Cori^s... 142 

511 Mathews, Clarence H., Lieutenant 22, 156 

6074 Matthews, Arthur J., Captain Marine Corps 140 

Matthews, Edmund O.. Kear-Admiral 96 

5142 Matthews, Hugh L., First Lieut. Mar. Corps .... 142 

3556 Matthews, James, Boatswain 72 

Mauldin, Cleon W., Midshipman 90 

3403 Maxson, Frank O., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

Maxson, Herbert H. , Midshipman 91 

477 Maxwell, William J.. Lieutenant 20,156 

May, Edward, Pay Director 100 

1774 Mayers, George M., Assistant Hurgeon 52, 159 

Maynard, Washburn, Rear- Admiral 98,152 

Mayo, Claude B., Midshipman 93 

359 Mayo, Henry T., Lieutenant-Commander — 18, 156 

3003 Me Alister, Adam A., Chaplain 62,160 

McAllister, Andrew, Passed Asst. Engineer 124 

5195 McAllister, Arthur, Second Lieut. Mar. (/orps... 144 
4232 McAllister, Francis J., Acting Warrant Mach. . . 86 

510 McAlpine, Kenneth, Lieutenant 22, 156 

1307 McBride, Lewis B., Midshipman 42 

McCain, John S., Midshipman 92 

34 McCalla. Bowman H.. Captain 8, 156 

McCandless, Byron, Midshipman 91 

McCann, William P., Commodore 98 

McCarteney, Charles M., Lieutenant 114 

958 McCarthy, Albert H., Lieut, (junior grade) ... 34, 158 

3566 McCarthy, John, Boatswain 72 

3510 McCarthy, Stephen, Chief Boatswain 70 

McCartney, Daniel P., Chief Engineer 104,153 

5199 McCauley, Cleyburn, Second Lieut. Mar. Corps. 144 

928 McCauley, Edward, Jr., Lieut. Mun. grade) .. 32,158 
6006 McCawley, Charles L., Mai. and Anst. Qm., M. C. 138 

1757 McClanahan, Rice K., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

5189 McClaskey, John W., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps.. 144 

McClintic, William S., Midshipman 91 

McClure, George M., Lieutenant 132 

1626 McClurg, Walter A.. Medical Inspector 46, 159 

3962 McCole, Joseph F., Carpenter 80 

McCollom, Thomas C, Civil Engineer 126 

1348 McCommon, Frank, Midshipman 42 

3501 McCone, Alexander, Chief Boatswain 70 

5115 McConnell, Richard G., First Lieut, Mar. Corps. . 142 

901 McCormack, Michael J., Lieut, (jun. grade).. 32,158 

1668 Mccormick, Albert, M. D., Surgeon 48, 159 

McCormick, Alexander H., Rear-Admiral 96 

717 McCormick, Benjamin B., Lieutenant 28, 157 

574 McCormick, Charles M., Lieutenant 24, 157 

5185 McCormick, Provence, jr., Second Lieut. M. C... 144 

McCoy, Gordon H., Midshipman 92 

McCfftcken, John J., Midshipman 90 

171 McCrackin, Alexander, Commander 14,156 

1340 McCrary, Frank R. , Midshipman 42 

194 McCrea, Henry, Commander 14, 155 

5111 McCreary, Wirt, First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

4239 McCulloch. William F.. Act. Warrant Mach .... 86 
1730 McCullough, Frank E., Passed Asst. Surgeon. 50,159 
McCullough, Richard P., Midshipman 90 

593 McCully, Newton A., Lieutenant 24, 157 

3754 McDermott, James C, Gunner 76 

3022 McDonald, Eugene E., Chaplain 62,160 

551 McDonald, John D., Lieutenant 22, 156 

3322 McDonald, Joseph E., Asst. Naval C onst'r. ... 66, 160 

1923 McDon&ld, Mitchell C, Paymaster 54, 159 

, McDonald, Ray S., Midshipman 92 

1777 McDonnold, Paul E., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

4357 McDonough, Thomas G., Mate 88 

5146 McDougal, Douglas C, Second Lieut. M. C 144 

McDowell, Clyde S.*, Midshipman 90 

964 McDowell, Willis, Lieut, (junior grade) 34, 158 

McElmell, Edward F., Assistant Engineer 124 

McElmell, Jackson, Chief Engineer 102 

408 McElroy, George W., Lieut. Commander 18,156 

3341 McEntee, William, Asst. Naval Constnictor. . 66,160 

McEwan, William G., Assistant Engineer 124 

6079 McGill, John F., Captain Marine Corps 140 

McGlone, Thomas, Carpenter 128 



1943 
687 
3553 
3755 
4305 
566 

1112 

3421 

586 
5053 



4325 
3607 
747 
115 
364 
6051 
4307 



697 

775 

661 

"^ 
6014 
1654 



2034 

4222 

28 

1233 
3407 

; 186 

I '5 

182 

I 1958 

' 1974 

I 201 

3708 

I 3798 



4108 
1382 
1792 
3769 
947 
5174 



5150 
615 
13 
564 
1151 
4316 
95 

183 
464 



al 

Page. 

McGowan, John, Rear- Admiral 112 

McGowan, Samuel, Paymaster 56,159 

McGrann, William H., Lieutenant 28, 157 

McGrath, John, Boatswain 72 

McGregor, Frank A., Gunner 76 

McGuigan, James H., Pharmacist 88 

McGuinness, John P., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Mcintosh, Horace P., Lieutenant 114 

Mclntyre, Edward W., Ensign 36,158 

McKay, Charles E., Lieutenant-Commander . . . . 112 

McKay, George A., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

McKean, Frederick G. , Chief Engineer 122 

McKean, Josiah S., Lieutenant 24, 157 

McKelvy, William N., Capt Marine Corps .. 140,161 
McKethan, Alfred A., Lieut (junior grade). 116,153 

McLaren, Donald, Chaplain 101 

McLarty, Colin, Pharmacist 88 

McLaughlin. John , Chief Boatswain 70 

McLean, Ridley, Lieutenant 28, 157 

McLean, Thomas C. , Commander 1 2, 155 

McLean, Walter, Lieutenant-Commander 18,156 

McLemore, Albert S.. Capt. Marine Corps. . . 140, 161 

McMahon, Joseph, Pharmacist 88 

McMechan, Andrew C, Lieutenant 114 

McMillan, Frank D., Midshipman 90 

McMillen, Fred E., Midshipman 90 

McNair, Antoine R., Lieutenant-Commander... 112 

McNair, Frederick V., Midshipman 90 

McNair, Laurance N., Midshipman 91 

McNamee, Luke, Lieutenant 28, 157 

McNary, Isaac R., Chief Engineer 122 

McNeely, Robert W., Lieutenant 30, 157 

McSheehy , Edward L. , Midshipman 91 

McVay, Charles B., jr., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Mc Whorter, Charles S. , Midshipman 93 

Mead, William W., Captain 8,155 

Meade, Robert L., Colonel Marine Corps 138 

Means, Victor C. B., Surgeon 48,169 

Meeker, Edward P., Captain Marine Corps 146 

Mehrtens, Rudolph C. , Boatswain 72 

Melcher, Lewis M., Boatswain 72 

Mel. Henry de F.. Assistant Paymaster 60, 160 

Mellen, George, Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

Melville, George W., Rear-Admiral 3, 8, 155 

Menefee, Daniel P., Lieutenant 153 

Menner, Robert T., Ensign 40,158 

Menocal, Adolfo J., CivilEngineer 68, 161 

Menocal, AnecitoG., CivilEngineer 106 

Mentz, George W., Commander 14, 155 

Merrell. John P., Captain 8,155 

Merriam, Greenlief A., Commander 14, 155 

Merriam, John H., Paymaster 56, 160 

Merritt, Robert G., Midshipman 93 

Merritt, Wm. A., Passed Asst Paymaster 66,160 

Merry, John F. , Rear-Admiral 98, 152 

Mertz, Albert, Commander 14, 155 

Messenger, Frank C, Chief Gunner "... 74 

Messing, George A., Gunner 76 

Metcalf , Martin K., Midshipman 90 

Metcalf, Victor N., Midshipman 93 

Meyer, Clifford P., Midshipman 93 

Meyer, Theodore, Warrant Machinist 82 

Meyers, Arthur C, Midshipman 93 

Meyers, George J., Midshipman 44 

Michael, Herbert H., Midshipman 90 

Michels, Robert H., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Mickley, Joseph P., Commander 153 

Middleton, Benjamin P. , Gunner 76 

Miller, Charles, Chief Boatswain 106 

Miller, Cyrus R., Lieut (junior grade) 32, 158 

Miller, Edward R., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps.... 148 
Miller, Ellis B., Second Lieut Marine Corps .... 144 
Miller, Frederick A., Lieutenant-Commander... 114 

Miller, George W., Midshipman 93 

Miller, James M., Captain 10,155 

Miller. John P., Midshipman 93 

Miller, John T. S., Carpenter 78 

Miller, Joseph N., Rear-Admiral 96 

Miller, Louis G., Second Lieut. Marine Corps 144 

Miller, Marcus L., Lieutenant 24,157 

Miller, Merrill, Rear-Admiral 6 

Miller, William G., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Miller, William S., Ensign 36,168 

Milligan, John D., Pharmacist 88 

Milligan, Robert W., Captain 10,155 

Milne, Macgilli vary, Midshipman 90 

Milton, John B^ Commander 14,155 

Miner, LeoD., Lieutenant 20,156 

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871 Minett, Henry, lientenant-Gommander 18, 156 

Minor, Lucian, Midshipman 91 

4005 Minter, Charles E., Chief Saiknaker 82 

Mintonye, William L., Naval Constaructor 163 

1111 Mitchell, Alexander N., Enaign 36, 158 

649 Mitchell, GeoiKe G. , Lieutenant 26, 157 

3802 Mitchell, Joseph, Gunner 76 

1187 Mitchell, Willis G.. Ensign 88,158 

596 Moale, Edward, jr.. Lieutenant 24, 157 

666 Moffett, William A. , Lieutenant 26, 157 

1M8 Mohun, Philip v., Paymaster 56,169 

3529 Moncreif, George B., Boatswain 70 

5167 Monell, Theodore, Second Lieut. Mar. Corps 144 

3534 Montague, Daniel, Boatswain 70 

720 Montgomery, William 8., Lieutenant 28, 157 

761 Moody, Roscoe C, Lieutenant 80, 157 

Moody, W. H., Secretary 3 

Moore, Andrew M., Surgeon 118 

Moore, Charles B. T., Lieut. Commander — 14,156 

Moore, Edwin K., Commander 12,155 

Moore, John H., Commander 98 

Moore, John M., Passed Asst. Surgeon 50, 159 

Moore, John W., Chief Engineer 102 

Moore, William G., Gunner 74 

Moore, William L, Captain 98 

Moore, William S., Commander 12, 155 

Morgan, Casey B., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Morgan, Charles, Chief Gunner 74 

Morgan, Charles E., Emdgn 38,158 

Morgan, Daniel H., Passed Asst. Surgeon 56,159 

Morgan, LumanE., Midshipman 90 

Monarty, Daniel, Boatswain 72 

Moritz, Albert, Lieutenant 22,156 

Morley, Albert W. , Chief Engineer 104 

Morong, John C, Commander 96 

Morrell, Henry, Commander 14,156 

Morris, Charles, jr.. Passed Asst. Paymaster.. 56,160 

Morris, John R., Lieutenant 163 

Morris, Lewis, Passed Assistant Surgeon 50, 159 

Morris, Robert, Ensign 88,168 

Morrison, Donald P., Midshipman 93 

Morrison, Farmer, Ensign 88,158 

Morrison, Geo. F. , Lieut. Commander 112 

Morrison, James H., Warrant Machinist 82 

Morrison, Joe R., Midshipman 91 

Morrison, William F., Chaplain 153 

Morse, Edwin T., Pharmacist 88 

Morse, Jerome E., Lieutenant 114 

Morse, John W., Passed Asst. Paymaster 56,160 

Morton, George, Midshipman 93 

Morton, James P. , Lieutenant 80, 157 

Moser, Jefferson F. , Commander .■ 12, 156 

Moses, Charles C, Midshipman 90 

Moses, Edwards., Midshipman 93 

Moses, Franklin J^ Captain Marine Corps . . 140, 161 
Moses, Laurence H., Captain Marine Corps . 140, 161 

Moses, Stanford E., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Moses, William J., Midshipman 44 

Mott, Thomas A., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

Mudd, John A., Paymaster 54, 159 

Mugan, Francis P., Warrant Machinist 84 

Muir, John G., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

Muir, William C. P., Lieut. Commanded 20, 156 

Mullan, Daniel, Warrant Machinist 82 

Mullan, Dennis W. , Commander 98 

Mullen, Phillip, Boatswain 70 

MuUer, Frederick, Boatswain 72 

Mulligan, Richard T., Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

Mullinix, William F. , Warrant Machinist 84 

Munson. Francis M., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Murdock, James P., Midshipman 44 

Murdock, Joseph B., Commander 14, 155 

Murfin, OrinG., Lieut, (junior grade) 32,168 

Murphy, Charles F., Midshipman 91 

Murphy, Charles J., Boatswain 106 

Murphy, Edwin, Boatswain 72 

Murphy, Joseph A., Assistant Surgeon 62, 159 

Murphy, JohnE., Boatswain 70 

Murphy, John F., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Murphy, Paul St. C, Major Marine Corps 138 

Murray, James D., Pay Director 102 

Murray, James W., Warrant Machinist 82 

Murray, John J., Acting Gunner 76 

Muse, William 8. , Colonel Marine Corps 146 

Mustin, Henry C, Lieut, (junior grade) 82,168 

Myers, John T., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

Myeis, Talleyiaad D,, Passed Asst. Surgeon lis 



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1696 

3717 

108 
612 
8712 
1165 
1712 

3574 
517 



214 

1979 

1695 
1203 

IIW 

4106 

4315 

1966 

786 
113 



5033 
5(M6 

708 
1424 
5140 
1981 
4167 
5126 

469 
4128 

3521 
3556 
372 
4168 
1784 
1384 
175 
948 



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1769 

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4132 
3780 

935 

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Nagle, Charles F., Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

Na^le, Percival E. D., Naval Cadet 152 

Naile, Frederick I., Lieutenant-Commander.... 112 

1197 Naile, Frederick R., Ensign 38,158 

Nash, Jameft, Boatswain 106 

184 Nauman, William H., Commander 14, 156 

142 Nazro, Arthur P., Commander 12,156 

Nea^le, Pickens, Chief Clerk, Off. J. Ad. Gen... 8 

1360 Neal, George F., Midshipman 42 

Neel, Blanaon, Midshipman 93 

1791 Neilson, John L., Assistant Surgeon 62, 159 

Neilson, Raymond P. R., Midshipman 91 

4162 Nelson, Charles G. , Warrant Machinist 84 

1183 Nelson, Charles P., Ensign 86,158 

Nelson, Theodore, Midshipman 152 

Nelson, Thomas, Commander 98 

392 Nelson, Valentine S., Lieut. Commander ,... 18,156 

2027 Nesbit, Donald W., Assistant Paymaster 58,160 

Neumann, Bertram S., Capt. Marine Corps 154 

3767 Neumann, George G^ Acting Gunner 76 

Neumann, William E. T., Midshipman 90 

3967 Neville, Robert H., Carpenter 80 

4301 Neville, Robert P., Pharmacist 88 

5047 Neville, Wendell C, Capt. Marine Corps.... 140,161 

3787 Nevins, Herbert A., Gunner 76 

Newcomb, Simon, Professor of Mathematics.... 104 

Newman, William B., Commander 98 

Newton, John H., jr., Midshipman 91 

861 Newton, John T., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,156 
Newton, William F., Midshipman 93 

465 Niblack, Albert P., Lieutenant 20, 156 

1404 Nichols, Neil E., Midshipman 44 

Nichols, Smith W., Commander 112 

Nicholson, Augustus S., Major Marine Corps 146 

210 Nicholson, Reginald F., Commander 14, 156 

2021 Nicholson, Rishworth, Assistant Paymaster.. 58, 160 
Nicholson, Somerville, Commodore 98 

158 Nickels, John A. H., Commander 12,165 

8649 Nickerson, Arthur R., Boatswain 72 

Nickerson, William M., Assistant Surgeon 118 

Nielson, Harold, Mate iio 

1861 Nightingale, Garrard P. , Midshipman 44 

163 Niles, Kossuth, Commander 14,155 

133 Niles, Nathan E., Commander 12,155 

Nimitz, Chester W. , Midshipman 91 

5192 Noa. Walter E., Second Lieut. Marine Corps 144 

326 Noel, York, Lieutenant-Commander 16, 156 

Nones, Henry B., Chief Engineer 104 

3581 Norcott, Edward J., Boatswain 70 

149 Norfleet, Ernest, Surgeon 12,156 

Norrls, Albert, Midshipman 91 

148 Norris, John A., Commander 12, 155 

1811 Norris, William, Midshipman 42 

North, John W., Sailmaker 110 

622 Norton, Albert L., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Norton, Charles S., Rear-Admiral 96 

442 Norton, Harold P., Lieutenant 20,166 

1657 Norton, Oliver D., Surgeon 48,169 

4166 Nourse, Ralph F., Acting Warrant Machinist ... 84 
Noyes, Leigh, Midshipman 93 

636 Nulton, Louis M., Lieutenant 26,157 

3324 NuUing, Daniel C, jr., Asst. Naval Constr... 66,160 

O. 

dak, EdsonC, Midshipman 90 

1356 Oakley, Owen H., Midshipman 42 

4242 Ober. James M., Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

Oberlin, Edgar G., Midshipman 91 

Oberly, Aaron S., Medical Inspector 116 

3571 O'Connell, Dennis J., Boatswain 72 

3926 O'Connor, Joseph A. , Carpenter 78 

1740 Odell, Henry E., Assistant Surgeon 50, 159 

4112 O'Donnell, Thomas, Warrant Machinist 82 

641 Offley, Cleland N., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Ogan, Joseph V., Midshipman 91 

188 Ogden, Juhen S., Commander 12, 156 

3528 Onmsen, August, Boatswain 70 

1744 Ohnesorg, Karl, Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Olding, James P., Midshipman 93 

6175 O'Learv, Arthur J., Second Lt. Marine Corps 144 

2002 O'Leary, Charles R., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

O' Leary , Cornelius, Pharmacist 110, 153 

1950 O'Leary, Timothy S. , Paymaster 56, 160 

1318 Oliver, Frederick L. , Midshipman 42 

395 Oliver, James H., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,156 
3959 Olmsted, Harry L., Carpenter 80 



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No. }*vige. 

734 Olnuitcd, Percy N., Lioutenant 28, 167 

SMA OlNen. UJalmar E., Boatswain 72 

874(i Olwion, Andrew, Gunner 74 

17K2 Oman, Charles M., AfuditUnt Burgeon 52, 1&9 

580 Oman , Joseph W., Lieutenant 24, 157 

36 O'Nell, Charles, Rear- Admiral 3, 8, 156 

O'Neill, John, Warrant Machinist 130 

8966 O'Neill, William, Carpenter «0 

880 Orchard, John H., Lieutenant-Commander.. 18,156 

Orr, Henry A., Midshipman 91 

1973 Orr, Robert H., Paiwe<l Ansistant PnymaMter.. 56,160 
ITil Or^'l8, Ralph T., PasMcd AsKisUint Surgeon ... 60, 159 
Osbom, Arthur P., Lieutenant-Commander 114 

779 Osbom, Robert H., Lieutenant 30, 157 

1874 Osburn, Fmnklin W., Midshipman 44 

176 ( )»lerhaa'<, Huko, (V>mmander 14, 155 

1232 Osterhaus. H uko W., Ensi^ 40, 15S 

Ottenwm, J<ihn E., Midshipman 90 

4306 Oursler, John T., Pharmacist 88 

960 Overstreet. Luther M., Lieut, (junior grade). 32,158 
Owen, Alfred ('., Ensigti 164 

966 Owens, Charles T.,LieuUMiant (junior grade). 34,158 

Ownby, George S., Midshipman 90 

ISH Ozburu, Thomas L., Midshipman 44 

P. 

Page, Jeremiah J., Assistant Surgeon 118 

1688 Page, John E., Passed Assistant Surgeon 48, 159 

Painter, Francis J., Passed Asst. Paynuister 120 

3792 Palmer, Humbold J., Gunner 76 

644 Palmer, James E. , Lieutenant 22, 156 

919 Palmer, Leigh C, Lieut, (junior grade) 32,158 

1411 Parker, Edward C. S., Midshipman 44 

1737 Parker, Edward G., Passed Asst. Surgeon 60,159 

385 Parker, James P., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,166 

307 Parker, John F., Lieutenant-Commander 16,166 

1603 Parker, Joseph B., Medical Director 46, 168 

906 Parker, Thomas D., Lieut, (junior grade) 32,168 

6087 Parker, William H., Captain Marine Corps 140 

3409 Parks, Charles W., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

Parks, Rufus, Pay Director 100 

341 Parks, Wythe M., Lieutenan^Commande^. . . 16,166 

553 Parmenter, Henry E., Lieutenant 22, 166 

166 Patch, Nathaniel J. K., Commander 12,156 

3940 Pate, McCall, Carpenter 78 

3020 Patrick, Bower R., Chaplain 62,160 

Patterson, James W., Assistant Engineer 124 

5124 Patterson, Samu^ A. W., First Lt.Mar. Corps... 142 

638 Patton, John B., Lieutenant 26, 157 

4207 Paul, George H., Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

4246 Paul, G. Howard, Acting Warrant Machinist ... 86 
3106 Paul, Henry M., Professor of Mathematics ... 64, 160 
■ Payne, Edward D., Surgeon 118 

706 Payne, Fred R., Lieutenant 28, 157 

1753 "Payne, James H., jr., Assistant Surgeon 62, 159 

Peacock, David, Lieutenant 114 

Peacock, William T., Midshipman 93 

730 Pearson, Henry A., Lieutenant 28, 157 

4322 Pearson, Joaeph.F. , Pharmacist 88 

Pearson, Robert H., Midshipman 93 

3404 Peary, Robert E., Civil Engineer 'eH, 161 

1766 Peck, Allen E., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

■ Peck, George, Medical Director 100 

■ Peck, Robert G., Commander 98 

■ Pegg, Elliott M., Midshipman 91 

Pegram, Charles C, Midshipman 91 

Pemberton, John, Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

Pence, Harry L., Midshipman 93 

3944 Pender, Benjamin D., Carpenter 78 

80 Pendleton, Edwin C, Captain 10, 155 

5036 Pendleton, Joseph H., Captain Marine Corps. 140,161 

4147 Pennycook, John T., Warrant Machinist 84 

Penrose, Charles W., Passed Assistant Paymaster. 154 

Penrose, Thomas N. , Medical Director 153 

2013 Peoples. Christian J., Assistant Paymaster ... 68,160 

4179 Percival, Arthur T., Warrant Machinist 84 

1646 Percy, Henry T., Surgeon 48, 159 

139 Perkins, Charles P., Commander 12, 1 56 

6035 Perkins, Con M., Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

1980 Perkinfe, Frederick K., Passed Asst. Paymaster 66, 160 

— — PerkinSjFrea. M., Midshipman 93 

938 Perrill, Harlan P., Lieut, (junior grade) 32,168 

- — Perrimond, Xavier, Boatswain 153 

- — Perry, David W., Carpenter 128 

166 Perry, James H., Commander 14, 155 

1338 Perry, Newman K., jr., Midshipman 42 

54 Perry, Thomas, Captain 8,155 



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1614 Persons, Remns C, Medical Director 46, 158 

Peters, Benjamin F., Chief Clerk 3 

301 Peters, George H., Lieutenant-Commander . . 16,156 

1885 Peterson, Andrew A. , Midshipman 44 

Peterson. Arthur, Pay Inspector 152 

1126 Pettengill, George T., Enflign 36,158 

3704 Phelps, Arthur A., Chief Gunner 74 

461 Phelps, Harry, Lieutenant-Commander 20,156 

166 Phelps, Thomas 6., Commander 12, 156 

643 Phelps, William W., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Phllbrick, Henry R., Carpenter 154 

Phillippi, Edwin T., Passed Asst. Engineer 122 

4114 Phillips, Charles L., Warrant Machinist 82 

3740 Phillips, George W., Gunner 74 

1936 Phillips, James S., Paymaster 54,159 

Phythlan, Robert L., Commodore 98 

Pickens, Andrew C, Midshipman 91 

5186 Pickering, Woodell A., Second Lt.Mar. Corps... 144 

1664 Pickrell, George, Surgeon 48,159 

Pickrell, James M., Lieutenant 114, 153 

Pierce, Al)el B., Passed Asst. Paymaster 152 

Pierce, Charles F.. Chief Boatswain 126, 153 

44 Pigman, George W., Captain 8,155 

2008 Pigman, George W., jr., Asst. Paymaster 58, 160 

98 Pillsbury, John E., Captain 10,155 

1113 Pinney, Frank L., Ensign 36,158 

2028 Pippin, Arthur M., Assistant Paymaster 60,160 

4356 Plander, GeoigeE., Mate 88 

973 Piatt, Robert, Lieutenant (junior grade) 34,158 

Piatt. William H., Assistant Engineer 124 

1710 Pleadwell, Frank L., Passed Asst. Surgeon... 60,159 

Plotts, Rezeau B., Passed Assistant Engineer 122 

1739 Plummer, Ralph W., Assistant Surgeon 50, 169 

558 Plunkett, Charles P. , Lieutenant 24, 157 

Plunkett, Michael H.. Assistant Engineer 124 

674 Pollock, Edwin T. , Lieutenant. 26, 157 

743 Pollock, Emmet R., Lieutenant 28, 157 

3951 Pollock, Matthew B., Carpenter 80 

362 Pond, Charles F., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,156 

Pond, John E., Midshipman 91 

Poole, John M., Midshipman 91 

909 Poor, Charles L., Lieutenant (junior grade) . . 32,158 

5013 Pope, Percival C, Colonel Marine Corps 138 

1178 Pope, Ralph E„ Ensign 38,158 

Porter, Carlile P., Lieut. Col. Marine Corps 146 

5068 Porter, David D., Captain Marine Corps 140 

160 Porter, Theodoric, Commander 12, 155 

1393 Porterfleld, Lewis B., Midshipman 44 

Post, Nathan W., Midshipman 91 

Poteet, Fred H., Midshipman 90 

1963 Potter, David, Passed Assistant Paymaster... 56,160 
Potter, Edward E., Commodore 153 

132 Potter, Wil liam P. , Commander 12, 155 

Potts, Howard D. . Assistant Engineer 124 

Potto, Robert, Chief Engineer 104 

319 Potts, Stacy, Lieutenan^Commander 16,166 

353 Potts, Templin M., Lieutenant-Commander.. 16,156 

462 Poundstone, Homer C. Lieutenant 20, 156 

Powell, Halsey, Midshipman 91 

3335 Powell, Joseph W., Asst. Naval Constructor. . 66, 160 

3943 Powell, William E., Carpenter 78 

5093 Powell, William G., First Lieut. Marine Corps .. 142 

4144 Powell, William J., Warrant Machinist 82 

Powelson, Wilfrid V. N., Lieutenant 116, 153 

532 Poyer, Jonn M., Lieutenant 22, 156 

742 Pratt, Alfred A., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Pratt, Peter L., Ensign 116,153 

635 Pratt, William v., Lieutenant 26 

39M Preble, Frank H., Carpenter 78 

944 Pressey, Alfred W., Lieut, (junior grade) .... 32.158 

689 Preston, Charles F. , Lieutenant 28, 157 

1604 Price, Abel F., Medical Director 46, 158 

Price, Alexander H., Assistant Engineer 124 

658 Price, Claude B., Lieutenant 26, 157 

726 Price, Henry B. , Lieutenant 28, 157 

131 Prime, Ebenezer S., Commander 12, 155 

5005 Prince, Thomas C, Maj. and Asst. Qm. M. C. 138,161 

Prindle, Franklin C, Civil Engineer 126 

716 Pringle, Joel R. P., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Pritchard, Arthur J., Pay Director 102 

5152 Pritchett, William H., Second Lt. Mar. Corps... 144 

739 Procter, Andr6 M., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Prud'homme, Lucien F., Prof, of Mathematics.. 104 

1713 Pryor, James C, Passed Assistant Surgeon ... 60,159 

1381 Prvor, William L., Midshipman 44 

1421 Puleston, William D. , Midshipman 44 

456 Purcell, John L., Lieutenant-Commander 20,156 

5138 Purcell, Lee B., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

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4171 Purdon, David, Warrant Machinist 84 

Putnam, Edwin, Pay Director 100,153 

1831 Pye, William S., Midshipman 42 

2017 Pyne, Frederick 6., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

a. 

195 Qualtrough, Edward F., Commander 14, 155 

4177 Quill. James, Warrant Machinist 84 

400 Quinoy, John G., Lieutenant-Ck)mmander. ... 16, 156 
4161 Quinn, William R., Warrant Machinist 84 

R. 

798 Raby, James J., Lieutenant 80,157 

3542 Radcliffe, Peter E. , Boatswain 70, 161 

5007 Radford, Cyrus 8., Capt. and Asst. Qm. M. C. 138, 161 

Radford, Georges., Midshipman 90 

101 Rae, Charles W., Commander 12, 156 

Ramsay, Francis M., Rear-Admiral 96 

1949 Ramsay, Martin McM. , Paymaster 56, 159 

5190 Ramsey, Fred A., Second Lt. Marine Corps 144 

1910 Rand, Stephen, Pay Inspector 54, 159 

Randall, William P., Lieutenant-Commander... 114 

311 Ransom, Geoige B., Lieut. Commander 16,166 

Rask, Olof H., First Lieut. Marine Corps 164 

Raudenbush, Webb R. , Midshipman 90 

Rawle, Henry, Midshipman 91 

3103 Rawson, Edward K., Prof, of Mathematics. . . 64, 160 

1922 Ray, Charles M., Paymaster 54,159 

Read, George H., Paymaster 120 

14 Read, John J., Rear-Admiral 6 

Read, Maurice L., Ensign 116 

1376 Read, Semmes, Midshipman 44 

Reamey, Lazarus L., Commander 98 

3008 Reaney, William H. L, Chaplain 62,160 

1907 Redfleld, John B., Pay Director 54, 159 

612 Redgrave, De Witt C, Lieutenant 22, 156 

6182 Redles, William L., Second Lt. Marine Corps. ... 144 

Redstone, William, Sailmaker 130 

• Reed, Allen B., Midshipman 91 

Reed, Allen v., Captain 98 

1380 Reed, James, jr., Midshipman 44 

680 Reed, Milton E., Lieutenant 26,157 

3424 Reed, Paul L., Civil Engineer 68,161 

99 Reeder, William H., Captain 10,155 

■ — Rees, Alberts., Midshipman 91 

173 Rees, Corwin P. , Commander 14, 155 

2010 Reeves, George W., jr., Assistant Paymaster. . 68, 160 
325 Reeves, Isaacs. K., Lieutenan^Commander. 16,156 

760 Reeves, Joseph M . , Lieutenant 30, 157 

3770 Reh, OttoE., Gunner 76 

Reich, Henry F., Lieutenant (iunior grade) 116 

• Reichmuth, Ferdinand L., MioHhipman 93 

5002 Reid, George C, Col., Adj. and Inspector M. C. 138 

5070 Reid, George C. , Captain Marine Corps 140 

623 Reid, James H., Lieutenant 26,157 

■ Reid, Robert L, Lieutenant-Commander 114 

5127 Reislnger, Harold C, First Lieut. Mar. Corps. ... 142 

Reislnger, William W., Captain 153 

50 Reiter, George C, Captain 8,155 

2 Remey, George C, Rear-Admiral 6 

3016 Rennolds, Louis P. , Chaplain 62, 160 

Reno, Walter E., Midshipman 91 

3543 Rettig, August, Boatswain 70 

218 Reynolds, Alfred, Lieutenan^Commander. . . 14,156 

4309 Reynolds, Charles E. , Pharmacist 88 

946 Reynolds, William H., Lieut, (junior grade). 32,158 

1941 Reynolds, Ziba W., Paymaster 56, 169 

6156 Rhea, Robert Y., Second Lieut. Marine Corps... 144 

Rhoades, Archibald C, Medical Inspector 116 

Rhoades, Henry E., Assistant Engineer 124 

- — Rhodes, Butler Y., Midshipman 90 

2007 Rhodes, Stewart, Assistant Paymaster 68, 160 

Rice, Arthur H., Midshipman 91 

Rice, Geoige B., Lieutenant 152 

— ■ Richards, Benjamin S., Commander 112 

■ — - Richards, Clarence A. , Midshipman 91 

5011 Richards, Geo., Maj.and Asst. Paym'r M. C. 138,161 
1704 Richards, Theodore W., Passed Asst. Surgeon. 50, 159 

3941 Richards, Thomas W. , Carpenter 78 

1320 Richardson, Holden C. , Midshipman 42 

1371 Richardson, James O. , Midshipman 44 

964 Richardson, Louis C, Lieut, (junior grade) . . 32,168 

1'71 Richardson, Royall R., Assistant Surgeon 62,159 

— ■ Richardson, WalterG., Ensign 116 

Richman, Clavton S., Commander 98 

~— Richter, Carl A., Midshipman 91 



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Richwien, Frederick H., W&rrant Machinist 84 

Riddle, William K., Ensign 38,168 

Ridgely, Frank E., Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 158 

Rlebe, Herbert B., Midshipman 93 

3908 Rigby, Henry, Chief Carpenter 78 

1698 Riggs, Charles E., Passed Assistant Surgeon.. 60, 159 

Riggs, Roland R., Midshipman 91 

3592 Riley, John A., Acting Boatswain 72 

4162 Riley, John T., Warrant Machinist 84 

1913 Ring, James A., Pay Inspector 54, 159 

Ripley, Charles S., Lieutenant 114 

4219 Rlsser, Frank, Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

5088 Rittenhouse, Benjamin F., First Lieut. M. C .... 142 

Rittenhouse, Hawley O. , Commander 98 

Ritter, Henry S., Lieutenant 116 

Ritter, John C, Gunner 108 

1626 Rixey, Presley M., Medical Inspector 8, 46, 159 

5148 Rixey. Presley M., jr.. Second Lieut. M. C 144 

3748 Roacn, James T., Gunner 74 

6177 Robards. Frank F., Second Lt. Marine Corps 144 

Roben, Douglas, Lieutenant 114 

3326 Robert, William P., Asst. Naval Constructor. . 66, 160 
-. — Roberts, Frank H., Midshipman 93 

3909 Roberts, Milton F. , Chief Carpenter 78 

3328 Roberts, Thomas G., Asst. Naval Constructor . 66, 160 

610 Robertson, Ashley H. , Lieutenant 24, 157 

Robeson, Henry B., Rear-Admiral 96 

Robie, Edward D., Chief Engineer 102 

1976 Robins, Harrison L., Passed Assist. Pay 66, 160 

Robinson, Edward S. , Midshipman 91 

Robinson, Erastus R., Maj. Marine Corps 148 

Robinson, Francis M. , Midshipman 93 

301 Robinson, John M., Lieut. Commander 16, 156 

Robinson, Lewis w., Rear-Admiral €6 

3332 Robinson, Richard H., Asst. Naval Constr 66, 160 

Robinson, Robert. Mate 180 

Robinson, Samuel M., Midshipman 90 

672 Robison, John K., Lieutenant 26, 157 

619 Robison, Samuel S., Lieutenant 24, 157 

2006 Robnett, John D., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

Roche, George W., Chief Engineer 104 

3526 Rochfort, John J., Boatswain 70 

3316 Rock, George H., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

Rockwell, Charles H. , Rear-Admiral 96, 152 

4001 Roddy, John. Chief Sailmaker 82 

Rodgers, Christopher R. P. , Midshipman 91 

6 Rodgers, Fredenck, Rear-Admiral 6 

— — Rodgers, John, Midshipman 90 

120 Rodgers, John A., Commander 12, 156 

107 Rodgers, Raymond P. , Commander 12, 155 

398 Rodgers, Thomas S., Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

406 Rodgers, William L., Lieut. Commander 18, 166 

505 Rodman, Hugh, Lieutenant 22, 156 

1763 Rodman, Samuel S., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Rodney, Robert B., Paymaster 120 

Roe. David A., Gunner 128 

83 Roelker, Charles R., Captain 10, 166 

423 Rogers, Allen G., Lieutenant-Commander 20,156 

5184 Rogers, Austin C, Second Lt. Marine Corps 144 

360 Rogers, Charles C, Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

1924 Rogers, Eustace B., Paymaster 64, 169 

Rogers, Franklin, Medical Inspector 116 

Rogers, Fred F., Midshipman 93 

Rogers, Robert E., Midshipman 93 

2014 Rogers, William B., Assistant Paymaster 68, 160 

3587 Rohange, Robert, Boatswain 72 

473 Rohrbacher, Joseph H., Lieutenant 20, 156 

157 Rohrer, Karl, Commander 12, 165 

3794 Roll, Leonard, Gunner 76 

191 Roller, John E., Commander 14, 166 

624 Rommel, Charles E., Lieutenant 22, 156 

312 Rooney, William R. A., Lieut. Commander .. 16,156 

6119 Roosevelt, Henry L., First Lieut. M. C 142 

Root, Edmund S., Midshipman 91 

1134 Roper, Walter G. , Ensign 36, 158 

3725 Rorschach, Frank, Gunner 74 

Rose, Frank B., Chaplain 104 

Rose, Waldemar D., Lieut. Commander 114 

1977 Rose, Webb V. H., Passed Asst. Paymaster... 56,160 
1706 Rosen bleuth, Jacob C, Passed Asst. Surg 60, 159 

84 Ross, Albert, Captain 10,156 

Ross, Henrys., Captain 153 

Ross, John W., Surgeon 118 

4200 Rossiter, Michael A., Act. Warrant Machinist. . . 84 

1676 Rothganger, George, Surgeon 48, 159 

3414 Rousseau, Harry H., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

Rowan, Stephen C, Midshipman 90 

1392 Rowcliflf, Gilbert J., Mid.shipman 44 



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4203 Rowe, Charles' A., Acting Warrant Machinist ... 84 

677 Rowen, John H., Lieutenant 26,157 

1147 Royall. Hilary H., Ensign 36,158 

Royce, Alfred L., Chaplain 153 

Roys, John H., Lieutenant (junior grade) 152 

3316 Rubm, Thomas F., Naval Constructor 66,160 

4229 Rung, Rudolph A., Act. Warrant Machinist 86 

Rush, Richard, Captain 112 

Rush, William H., Surgeon 118 

403 Rush, William R., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,156 

Russell, Alexander W., Pay Director 102 

1644 Russell, Averley C. H., Surgeon 48,159 

6020 Russell, Beniamin R., Lieut. Col. Mar. Corps.... 138 
Russell, Christopher A., Midshipman 93 

608 Russell. Frank M., Lieutenant 24,157 

4107 Russell. George L., Warrant Machinist 82 

6055 Russell, John H., Captain Marine Corps 140,161 

869 Russell, Robert L., lieutenant 24,157 

571 Rust, Armistead, Lieutenant 24, 157 

4141 Ruth, Frederick, Warrant Machinist 82 

1942 Ryan, Eugene D., Paymaster 56,159 

Ryan, John J ., Assistant Engineer 124 

744 Ryan, John P. J., Lieutenant 28, 157 

441 Ryan, Thomas W., Lieutenant Commander.. 20,156 

^— Ryden, Roy W., Midshipman 90 

S. 

8682 Sabelstrom, Oustav, Acting Boatswain 72 

1996 Sackett, Franklin P., Assistant Paymaster ... 58,160 

Sadler, Everit J., Ensign 152 

Sadler. Frank H., Midshipman 90 

Safford, Levi T., Passed Assistant Engineer 122 

Safford, William E., Lieutenant 152 

Sahm, Leo, Midshipman 90 

455 Salisbury, George K., Lieut. Commander 20,156 

6121 Salladay, Jay M., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

Salter, Timothy G. C. , Lieutenant 114 

4151 Salvator, Emmanuel A., Warrant Machinist .... 84 

514 Sampson, Bias C. B., Lieutenant 22,166 

Sampson, William T., Rear- Admiral 152, 153 

762 Sandoz, Fritz L., Lieut, (iunlor grade) 30, 157 

23 Sands, James H., Rear- Admiral 6 

3561 Sandstrom, Ernest v.. Boatswain 72 

2000 Sanford, John R., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

949 Sargent, Leonard R., Lieut, (junior grade).. 32,158 

180 Sargent, Nathan, Commander 14, 156 

4230 Sauer, Joseph F., Acting Warrant Machinist. ... 86 

^— Savage, Thomas, Boatswain 126 

Saville, John W., Passed Assistant Engineer 124 

Sawyer, Daniel A., Assistant Engineer 124 

204 Sawyer, Frank E., Commander 14, 156 

698 Sawyer, Frederick L., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Sawyer, George A., Paymaster 120 

1167 Sayles, William R. Jr., Ensign 36, 158 

600 Scales, Archibald H., Lieutenant 24, 157 

1981 Schafer, George C, Passed Asst. Paymaster . . 66, 160 

399 Schell, Franklin J., Lieut. Commander 18,156 

Schenck, Caspar, Pay Director 153 

— Schetky, Charles A., Commander 98 

Schlabach, Ross P., Midshipman 90 

Schley, Winfield S. , Rear- Admiral 96 

3774 Schluter, Wilhelm H. F., Gunner 76 

1226 Schoenfeld, John W., Ensign 40, 158 

652 Schofleld, Frank H., Lieutenant 26, 157 

1126 Schofield, John A., Ensign 36,158 

Schouler, John, Rear- Admiral 112 

4170 Schreiber, Martin M . , Warrant Machinist 84 

110 Schroeder, Seaton, Commander 12 

Schuetze, William H., Lieut. Commander 153 

5157 Schwable, Frank J., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps.. 144 

Scofield, Walter K., Medical Director 100 

4115 Scofield. William R. , Warrant Machinist 82 

Scot, John A., Chief Engineer 104 

314 Scott, Bernard O., Lieutenant-Commander.. 16,156 
4134 Scott, Robert T. , Warrant Machinist 82 

769 Scott, William P. , Lieutenant 30, 157 

1226 Scranton, Edison E., Ensign 38,158 

444 Scribner, Edward H., Lieut. Commander 20,166 

Scudder, Randolph P. , Midshipman 93 

3786 Seabel, Adolph, Gunner 76 

Seabury, Samuel, Lieutenant 163 

1770 Seaman, William, Assistant Surgeon 62,159 

Sears, Arthur W., Midshipman 91 

367 Sears, James H., Lieutenant-Commander 18,166 

Sears, Myles, Acting Boatswain 162 

443 Sears, Walter J., Lieu tenant-Commander 20,166 

78 Sebree, Uriel, Captain 10,166 



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4241 Sedgwick, Warnick J., Act War. Machinist .... 86 

Sedgwick, William P., jr.. Midshipman 91 

3108 See, Thomas J. J., Professor of Mathematics . 64, 160 

a'V86 Seedorfl, Heinrich, Boatswain 72 

1964 Seibels, George G., Paymaster 56,159 

Selfridge, Duncan L, Midshipman 91 

126 Selfridge, James R., Commander 12, 155 

Selfridge, Thomas O., Rear-Admiral 153 \ 

Selfridge, Thomas 0., jr., Rear-Admiral 96 

749 Sellers, David F., Lieutenant 28,157 

Sellman, Henry D., Assistant Engineer 124 

684 Senn, Thomas J., Lieutenant 26,157 

Sensner, George W., Chief Engineer 122 

193 Sewell, William E., Commander 14, 155 

966 Sexton, Walton R.,Lieutenant(junior grade). 32,158 

656 Seymour,IsaacK., Lieutenant 24,167 

1176 Shackford, Chauncey, Ensign 38,158 

4166 Shafer. Adam A., Warrant Machinist 84 

8689 Shanahan, Patrick, Boatswain 72 

1110 Shane, Louis, Ensign 36,158 

Shanley, Harold H., Midshipman 93 

3716 Shannon, James, Gunner 74 

1166 Shapley, Lloyd S., Ensign 36,158 

329 Sharp, Alexander, jr., iAeut. Commander 16, 156 

Sharp, Alexander, 3d, Midshipman 93 

Shaw, Charles H., Midshipman 92 

Shaw, Charles P., Lieutenant 114 

3918 Shaw, George J., Carpenter 78 

1793 Shaw, Han% Assistant Surgeon 52,159 

3677 Shaw, John M. A., Boatswain 72 

6069 Shaw, Melville J., Captain Marine Corps.... 140,161 

8606 Sheean, Timothy, Chief Boatswain 70 

1106 Sheffield, Fletcher L., Enrign 36,158 

3733 Sheldon, Clifford H., Gunner 74 

Shepard, Edwin M., Rear-Admiral 96, 152 

Shepard, Georg:e H., AssLstant Engineer 124 

3581 Shepley, Belmar H., Boatswain 72 

Sheppard, Francis U., Lieut. Commander 112 

Sherman, Edward B., Midshipman 91 

374 Sherman, Francis H., Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

1766 Shiffert, Herbert O., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

426 Shipley, JohnH., Lieutenan^Commander... 20,156 

Shipp, Earl R.. Midshipman 92 

1697 Shipp, Edward M., Passed Asst. Surgeon 50, 159 

Shippen, Edward, Medical Director 100 

Shock, William H., Chief Engineer 102 

Shoemaker, Harry E. , Midshipman 92 

566 Shoemaker, William R., Lieutenant 22, 156 

Shoup, Aubrey K.. Midshipman 91 

Shute, Isaac C, Midshipman 93 

3735 Shuttle worth, Thomas J . , Gunner 74 

5176 Sibley, Berton W., Second Lieut. Mar. Corp.^ 144 

656 Signor, Matt H., Lieutenant 26, 157 

292 Sigsbee, Charles D., Captain 8,155 

Silsbee James A., Midsnipman 93 

1377 Simmers, Clayton M. , Midshipman 44 

3960 Simmonds, Frederick J., Carpenter 78 

3945 Simms, Joseph M., Carpenter 78 

1328 Simons, Manley H., jr.. Midshipman 42 

1618 Simons, Manly H., Medical Inspector 46, 158 

3768 Simonson, Robert E., Gunner 76 

468 Simpson, Edward, Lieutenant-Commander. . . 20, 156 

Simpson, George R., Midshipman.. 93 

1932 Simpson, George W., Paymaster 3, 64, 159 

474 Sims, William S., Lieutenant-Commander ... 20,156 

3714 Sinclair, Hugh, Gunner 74 

Sinclair, John S., Chief Boatswain 106 

124 Sinver, Frederic, Commander 12, 156 

Skelding, Henry T., Paymaster * 102 

3107 Skinner, Aaron N., Prof, of Mathematics 64, 160 

4131 Skinner, Alonzo, Warrant Machinist 82 

1987 Skipwith, Grey, Passed Assistant Paymaster . 56, 160 

Slamm, Charles W., Pay Inspector 120 

Sloane, John D., Assistant Engineer 124 

563 Slocum, George R., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Smead, Walter A., Midshipman 91 

Smeallie, John M., Midshipman 92 

3576 Smith, Arthur, Boatswain.. T2 

962 Smith, Arthur St. C, Lieut. ( juniorgrade) . . . 34,158 

4211 Smith, Ben, Acting Warrant Machinist 86 

Smith, Charles E., Midshipman 90 

1767 Smith, Charles G., Assistant Surgeon 52,159 

Smith, David, Chief Engineer 102 

3914 Smith, Edward W., Chief Carpenter 78 

1103 Smith, George L., Ensign 86,158 

1677 Smith, George T., Surgeon 48,159 

694 Smith, Harry E., Lieutenant 28,167 

4133 Smith, Henry, Warrant Machinist 82 

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3319 Smith, Henry G., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

Smith, Homer G., Naval Cadet 152 

Smith, Howard, Suigeon 118 

Smith, James A., Boatswain 106 

345 Smith, James T., Lieutenant-Commander 16, 156 

89 Smith, John A. B., Captain ^ 10.155 

2035 Smith, John A. B., jr., Assistant Paymaster . . 60, 160 

Smith, John T., Passed Assistant Engineer 122 

Smith, Joseph, Gunner 108 

Smith, Joseph A., Pay Director 100 

Smith, Norman M., Midshipman 93 

3502 Smith, Peter H., Chief Boatswain 70 

1705 Smith, Reginald K., Passed Asst. Surgeon ... 50, 159 

4191 Smith, Richard B., Warrant Machinist 84 

407 Smith, Roy C, Lieutenant-Commander 18, 156 

Smith, Roy C, Midshipman 92 

Smith, Roy F., Midshipman 93 

Smith, Silas T. C, Mate 130 

Smith, Simeon B., Midshipman 92 

3330 Smith, Stuart F., Asst. Naval Constructor. ... 66, 160 

3772 Smith, Thomas, Gunner 76 

1199 Smith, Wilbert, Ensign 38,158 

5164 Smith, William E., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps. ... 144 

3779 Smith, William G., Gunner 76 

Smith, William G., Mate 130 

Smith, William H. H., Chief Clerk Bu. St. Eng. . 3 

Smith, William M., Chief Clerk Bn. Yds. «fe Dks. 3 

501 Smith, William Strother, Lieutenant 22, 156 

Smith, William Stuart, Assistant Engineer 124 

1390 Smith, William W., Midshipman 44 

Smyser, John D., Second Lieut Marine Corps. . . 150 

Smyth, William W., Midshipman 90 

49 Snow, Albert S., Captain 8, 165 

767 Snow, Carlton F., Lieutenant 30, 157 

3314 Snow, Elliot, Naval Constructor 66, 160 

450 Snowden, Thomas, Lieutenant-Commander. . 20, 156 

1184 Snyder, Charles P., Ensign 38,158 

5110 Snyder, Harold C, First Lieut. Marine Corps .. . 142 

1746 Snyder, John J., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Soley, John C, Lieutenant 114 

Sommers, Robert, Chief Gunner 108 

3557 Sopp, Louis W., Boatswain 72 

Soule, Charles C.,jr., Midshipman 91 

1182 Soul^i, Henry B., Ensign 38,158 

5166 South, Hamilton D., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps.. 144 
198 Southerland, William H. H., Commander.... 14,155 

i;«7 Spafford, Edward E. , Midshipman 42 

1136 Sparrow, HerbertG., Ensign 36,158 

Spear, John C, Medical Inspector 116 

Spear, Lawrence, Naval Constructor 152 

2012 Spear, Ray, Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

1715 Spear, Raymond, Passed Assistant Surgeon . . 50, 159 

774 Spear, Roscoe, Lieutenant 30, 157 

Spears, William O., Midshipman 92 

1915 Speel, John N., Pay Inspector 54, 159 

60 Sperry, Charles S., Captain 8, 155 

130 Speyers, Arthur B., Commander 12, 155 

5022 Spicer, William F., Lieut. Col. Marine Corps.... 138 
3343 Spilman, John A., Asst. Naval Constructor. . . 66, 160 

Spofford, Robert W., Midshipman 93 

1681 Spratling, Leckinskl W., Surgeon 48, 159 

3954 Squire, William H., Carpenter 80 

1986 Stackhouse,GeorgeM., Passed Asst. Paym'ter. 56,160 

Stafford, Donald B., Midshipman 92 

422 Stafford, George H., Lieut. Commander 20, 156 

3S07 Stahl, Albert W., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

801 Standley , William H. , Lieutenant 30, 157 

3411 Stanford, Homer R., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

Stanton, Cornelius N., Naval Cadet 152 

Stanton, Josiah R., Pay Inspector 120, 153 

— Stanton, Oscar F., Rear- Admiral 96 

568 Stanworth, Charles S., Lieutenant 24, 157 

— Stapler, John T. G., Midshipman 92 

3782 Staples, Bert E., Gunner 76 

Stark, Harold R., Midshipman 90 

1401 Staton, Adolphus, Midshipman 44 

187 Staunton, Sidney A., Commander 14, 155 

— Stavey, Nicholas H.. Assistant Payma.ster 120 

675 Steams, Clark D. , Lieutenant 26, 157 

Stedman, Edward M., Lieut. Commander 112 

Steele, Benjamin H., Midshipman 92 

1206 Steele, George W., jr.. Ensign 88,158 

1639 Steele, John M. , Surgeon 46, 159 

— Steele, Robert W., Naval Constructor 106 

4185 Steele, Rush C, Warrant Machinist 84 

642 Steiguer, Louis R. de. Lieutenant 26, 157 

3775 Steinbrenner, August C, Gunner 76 

■ — Stephens, Alexander W., Sailmaker 130 



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1624 Stephenson, Franklin B., Medical Inspector . 46, 159 

1754 Stepp, Jacob, Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

1369 Sterling, Frank W., Midshipman 44 

2001 Stevens, Herbert E., Assistant Paymaster 58,160 

137 Stevens, Thomas H.. Commander 12, 155 

Stevenson, Frederick T., Midshipman 93 

104 Stevenson, Holland N., Commander 12, 156 

3915 Stevenson, Wilbur F., Carpenter 78 

Stevenson, Wilbur H. .Midshipman 93 

Stewart, Edwin, Pay Director 100 

Stewart, George V., Midshipman 92 

Stewart, Henry, Surg:eon 118 

Stewart, John W., Lieutenant 114 

Stewart, Leigh M., Midshipman 91 

Stewart, Robeit, jr., Assistant Engineer 124 

Stewart, William H., Chaplain 104 

740 Sticht, John L., Lieutenant 28,157 

625 Stickney, Herman O., Lieutenant 26,157 

Stiles, William C. I., Midshipman 93 

4236 Stiles, William E. , Acting Warrant Machinist ... 86 

Stillman, Charles A., Captain Marine Corps 148 

Stinson, John W.. Carpenter 128 

Stirling, Archibald G., Midshipman 93 

24 Stirling, Yates, Rear-Admiral 6 

710 Stirling, Yates, jr., Lieutenant 28 

1672 Stitt, Edward R., Surgeon 48,159 

1136 Stitt, Thomas L., Ensim 36,158 

Stivers, George W., Chief Engineer 104 

4314 St. John, Stephen, Pharmacist 88 

8558 Stoakley, John W., Boatswain 72 

3312 Stocker, Robert, Naval Constructor 66, 160 

65 Stockton. Charles H., Captain 8,155 

1671 Stokes, Charles F., Suigeon 48,159 

603 Stone, Clarence M., Lieutenant 24, 157 

1663 Stone, Eugene P., Sursreon 48,159 

777 Stone, George L, P., Lieutenant 30, 157 

Stone, Lewis H., Passed Assistant Suiigeon 118 

1750 Stone, Mack V., Assistant Surgeon 62, 159 

748 Stone, Raymond, Lieutenant 28, 157 

339 Stoney, George M., Lieutenant-Commander.. 16,156 

Storin, John F. , Warrant Machinist 152 

4206 Stork, William B., Acting Warrant Machinist. . . 86 

Stott, Arthur C, jr.. Midshipman 92 

Strassburger, Ralph B., Midshipman 92 

667 Strauss, Joseph, Lieutenant 24,157 

1617 Streets, Thomas H., Medical Inspector 46, 158 

1786 Strine, Howard F., Assistant Surgeon 62, 159 

583 Strite, Samuel M., Lieutenant 24,157 

4354 Strom, August K, Mate 88 

Strong, Edward T., Rear-Admiral 112 

Strong, William C, Lieutenant 114 

1748 Stuart, Allan, Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

161 Stuart, Daniel D. V., Commander 14, 155 

Stuart, Harry A., Midshipman 91 

1933 Sullivan, Harry R., Paymaster 54, 1 59 

1920 Sullivan, John Clyde, Paymaster 64, 159 

5170 Sullivan, Raymond B., Sec. Lieut. Marine Corps. 144 

3633 Sullivan, Timothy, Boatswain 70 

8 Sumner, George W., Rear-Admiral 6 

Sumpter, John C, Midshipman 92 

3939 Sundqvist. Axel L., Carpenter 78 

3509 Sutton, John, Chief Boatswain 70 

1198 Svarz, Emil P., Ensign 38.158 

Swan, Francis H., Pay Inspector 120 

Swann, Thomas L., Commander 112 

Sw&nson, Ernest A., Midshipman 92 

3514 Sweeney, Hugh, Boatswain 70 

Sweeney, John C, jr., Midshipman . . ." 92 

1127 Sweet, George C, Ensign 86,158 

Swift, Franklin, Lieutenant 116 

3783 Swift, John T., Gunner 76 

81 Swift, William , Commander 10, 155 

67 Swinburne, William T., Captain 8, 155 

3013 Sykes, Arthur O., Chaplain 62,160 

709 Symington. Powers, Lieutenant 28, 157 

Symonds, Frederick M., Rear-Admiral 98,152 

685 Sypher, Jay H., Lieutenant 26,157 

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Taffinder, Sherwood A. , Midshipman 93 

Tallman, Charles E., Sailmaker 130 

Tanner, Zera L., Commander 98 

362 Tappan, Benjamin, Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

Tarbell, John F., Paymaster 120 

575 Tarbox, Glennie, Lieutenant 24, 157 

1118 Tardv, Walter B., Ensign 36,158 

1117 Tarrant, William T., Ensign 36, 158 

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96 TauBBig, Edward D., Captain 10,155 

1144 Tauwig, Joseph K., Ensign 36.158 

SUl Tawreuey, John G.. Naval Constructor 66, 160 

Taylor, Archibald S., CapUin Marine CorpM 148 

6i:» Taylor, Charlea B., Fimt Lieut, Marino Cot\^... 142 

3927 Taylor, Charles K.. Carpenter 7» 

Taylor, Conant, MidMhIpman 9:^ 

sawi Taylor, David W., Naval Constructor tki, 160 

15 Taylor, Henry i\. Rear- Admiral 3, 6 

1741 Taylor, James S., Aiwistant Surgeon 50, 159 

Taylor, John Y., Minllcal Director 100 

659 Taylor, Montgomerv M., Lieutenant 26, 157 

Taylor, Robert D., ruMsed Assistant Engineer... 122 

Taylor, Thomas H.. Midshipman 90 

Taylor. William E., Medical Inspector 116 

3«K>4 Teel, Roland P., Boatswain 72 

W« Terhune, Warren J., Lieutenant 26, 157 

12 Terry, Silas W., Rear-Admiral 6 

Thackara, Alexander M., jr.. Midshipman 152 

Theull, Ellsha, First Lieut. Marine Corps 150 

518 Theiss. Emil, Lieutenant 22, 156 

•,939 Theleen, David E., Lieutenant (junior grade). 32,158 

48 Thomas, Charles M., Captain 8. 155 

189 Thomas, Chauncey . Commander 14. 155 

1169 Thomas, Samuel B., Ensign 38,158 

3932 Thompson, Charles, Carpenter 78 

Thompson, Clinton R., Midshipman 93 

Thompson, Ebenezer, Carpenter 108 

1718 Thompson, Edgar, Passed Asst. Surgeon 50,159 

4217 Thompson, Evan B., Acting War. Machinist 86 

8004 Thompson, Frank, Chaplain 02, UiO 

»415 Thompson, Fred, Civil Engineer 68, 161 

Thompson, John C, Boatswain 106 

1727 Thompson, Joseph C, Assistant Surgeon 50, 159 

703 Thompson, Leon 8., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Thompson, Rufus S., Midshipman 9J 

1905 Thompson, Theodore S., Pay Director 54, 159 

8771 Thompson, Vista R., Acting Gunner 76 

Thomson, James W., Chief Engineer 102 

1906 Thomson, William J. , Pay Director 54, 159 

5065 Thorpe, George C, Captain Marine Corps 140 

1995 Tiffany, Dexter, jr., Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

Tilden, John G., Chief Carpenter 108, 153 

73 Tilley, Benjamin F., Captain 8, 155 

Tilley, Benjamin F., jr., Midshipman 93 

452 Tillman, Edwin H., Lieutenant-Commander. 20, 156 

Tilton, McLane, Lieut. Col. Marine Corps 146 

1211 Timmons, John W., Ensign 38 

Toaz, William H., Midshipman 91 

1991 Tobey, Eugene C, Assistant Paymaster 58, 160 

Tobin, John A., Passed Assistant Engineer 122 

Todd, Chapman C, Rear- Admiral 98, 152 

793 Todd, David W. , Lieutenant 30, 157 

Todd, Forde A., Midshipman 91 

Todd, Henry D,, Professor of Mathematics 104 

3955 Toles, Walter W.. Carpenter 80 

1775 Tolfree, Herbert M., Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Tolfree, James E., Pay Director 100 

1163 Tomb, James H., Ensign 38, 168 

1223 Tomb. WiJliam v.. Ensign 38,168 

751 Tompkins, John T. . Lieutenant 30, 157 

Toppan, Frank W., Ensign 116 

Toppin, John D., Passed Assistant Engineer 122 

Tower, George E., Chief Engineer 122 

Towers, John H., Midshipman 93 

Townley, Richard H., Lieut (junior grade) 116 

1409 Townsend, Julius C, Midshipman 44 

Townsend, Lloyd W., Midshipman 92 

Toy, William D, Carpenter 108 

916 Tozer, Charles M , Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 158 

Tracy, Charles W ., Lieutenant-Commander 134 

6173 Tracy, James K., Second Lieut. Marine Corps. .. 144 

43 Train, Charles J., Captain 8,155 

1231 Tram, Charles R., Ensign 40 158 

704 Traut, Frederick A., Lieutenant 28. 157 

1788 Traynor, Joseph P., Assistant Surgeon . 52, 159 

Treadwell, Lawrence P., Midshipman 91 

5048 Treadwell, Thomas C, Capt. Marine Corps.. HO, 161 
Tremam, Hobart L.. Lieutenant 114 

727 Trcncb, Martin E., Lieutenant 28, 157 

Tresselt. Henry J., Gunner 128 

4193 Trevorrow, William J., Warrant Machinist 84 

3001 Tribou, David H., Chaplain 62, 160 

Trilley . Joseph, Rear- Admiral 96 

466 Truxtun, William, Lieutenant 20, 156 

Tryon, James Rufus. Medic al Director 100 

Tupper, Frederick G., Midshipman 91 

Turnbull, Archibald D., Midshipman 9a 



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Turnbull, Frank, Lieutenant 114 

5198 Turner, Thomas C, Second Lieut. Mar. Corps... 144 

152 Turner, William H., Commander 12, 155 

776 Turpin, Walter 6. , Lieutenant 30, 157 

5116 Turrill, Julius S., First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

631 Twining, Nathan C, Lieutenant 26, 157 

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Uber, Carlton A., Passed Assistant Engineer 124 

6183 Udell, Fred A., Second Lieut. Marine Corps 144 

3793 Ulrich, Charles F., Gunner 76 

Ulsh, William H., Assistant Surgeon 118, 153 

211 Underwood, Edmund B., Commander 14,156 

3109 Updegraff, Milton, Prof, of Mathematics 64, 160 

738 Upham, Frank B,, Lieutenant 28, 157 

Upshur, John H,, Rear- Admiral 96 

Upton, Frederick E., Lieut, (junior grade) 132 

1667 Trie, John F., Surgeon 3, 48, 159 

331 Usher, Nathaniel R., Lieut. Commander 16,156 

Utley, Harold H., Midshipman 93 

Vail, Holman, Lieutenant-Commander 114 

Van Auken, Wilbur R., Midshipman 90 

Van Buskirk, Philip C. Mate 110 

3736 Vanderbeck, Clarence S. , Gunner 74 

475 Van Duzer, Louis S., Lieutenant 20, 156 

Van Keuren^ Alexander H., Midshipman 90 

4002 Van Mater, Garrett, Chief Sailmaker 82 

4196 Van Ness, Rufus G., Acting Warrant Mach 84 

5090 Van Orden,George, First Lieut. Marine Corps. 142, 161 

Van Reypen, William K., Rear- Admiral .... 100, 153 

Vamey, William H., Naval Constructor 106 

Varnum, William L., Ensign 116 

3797 Vassie, David B., Gunner 76 

217 Veeder, Ten Eyck D. W., Commander 14, 156 

Venable, Charles H., Chief Gunner 128 

1983 Venable, George R., Passed Asst. Paym'st'r .. 56,160 

4186 Venable, John E. , Warrant Machinist 84 

Venable, Thomas P., Gunner 108 

Vennard, John L., Mate 110 

1343 Vemou, Walter N., Midshipman 42 

65 Very, Samuel W., Captain 8,155 

4153 Vickery, Robert J. , Warrant Machinist 84 

1174 Vincent, Roe W., Ensign 38,158 

660 Vogelgesang, Charles T. , Lieutenant 26, 157 

1679 Von Wedeldnd, Luther L., Surgeon 48, 159 

179 Vreeland, Charles E;, Commander 14, 155 

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1195 Wade, Charles T., Ensign 38,158 

121 Wadhams, Albion V., Commander 12, 155 

Wadleigh, Geoige H., Rear-Admiral %, 152 

5131 Wadleigh, John W., First Lieut. Marine Corps.. 142 

Wadsworth, Alex. S., ir , Midshipman 92 

1616 Waggener, James R., Medical Inspector 46, 158 

4318 Waggener, Richard, Pharmacist 88 

1204 Wain Wright, John D., Ensign 38,158 

1 12 Wain Wright, Richard Commander 12, 155 

1398 Wain Wright, Richard, jr.. Midshipman 44 

Walnright, Robert D., Captain Marine Corps.... 14b 

Wales. Philip S., Medical Director 100 

56 Walker, Asa, Captain 8,155 

4223 Walker, Henry H.. Acting Warrant Machinist , . 86 

Walker, Hugh McL, Midshipman. 90 

799 Walker, James E., Lieutenant 30, 157 

3412 Walker, James W. G., avil Engineer 68,161 

Walker, John G., Rear-Admiral 96 

3790 Walker, Loran S., Acting Gunner 76 

Walker, Ralph E., Captain Marine Corps 148 

3799 Walker, William H. Gunner '6 

Walker, Reuben L., Midshipman 93 

1367 Wallace, Henry G. S , Midshipman ^ 

Wallace, John S., Chaplain IW 

3731 Wallace, Levin J., Gunner 74 

1389 Wallace,Robert, jr.. Midshipman 44 

Wallace, Rush R.. Commodore 98 

5123 Wallace, Rush R., jr , First Lieut. Marine Corps. 142 

Wallace, Stephen W , Midshipman 93 

1998 Wallace, William T., Assistant Paymaster.... 58,160 

Wallach. Richard. Major Marine Corps H^ 

5025 Waller, Littleton W. T., Major Marine Corps.... 138 

355 Walling, Burns T , Lieutenant-Commander.. 16.156 

3559 Walsh, John D.. Boauswain '- 

1323 Walsh, John H, Midshipman ^'^ 

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3703 Walsh, John J., Chief Gunner 74 

3706 Walsh, William, Chief Gunner 74 

3905 Waltemeyer, John S., Chief Carpenter 78 

Walton, Thomas C, Medical Director 100 

351 Warburton, Edgar T., Lieut. Commander 16,156 

185 Ward, Aaron, Commander 14, 155 

Ward, Brownlee R., Passed Assistant Surgeon. . . 152 

712 Ward, Henry H., Lieutenant 28, 157 

3713 Ward, Joseph R., Gunner 74 

Ward, Peter T., Chief Carpenter 108, 153 

Ward, Thomas, jr., Midahlpm&n 90 

Warf ord , George H. , Carpenter 128, 153 

3953 Warford, Lewis S., Carpenter 80 

Warren, Benjamin H., Assistant Engineer 124 

4149 Wartman, Samuel L., Warrant Machinist 84 

Washburn, Edward D., jr., Midshipman 93 

932 Washington, Pope, Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 168 

604 Washington, Thomas, Lieutenant 24, 157 | 

4004 Watkins, Milton W., Chief Sailmaker 82 

Watkins, Thomas B., Gunner 128 

Watmough, James H., Pay Director 102 

1160 Watson, Adolphus E., Ensign 36, 158 

805 Watson, Edward H., Lieutenant 30. 158 

Watson, Eugene W., Rear-Admiral 98, 152 

4003 Watson, Frank, Chief Sailmaker 82 

3 Watson, John C, Rear- Admiral 6 

3734 Watson, Theodore B., Gunner 74 

3320 Watt, Richard M., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

Watts, William, Lieutenant 114 

1102 Watts, William C, Ensign 36,158 

Weaver, Aaron W., Rear- Admiral 96 

1403 Weaver, David A., Midshipman 44 

Webb, Thomas E., Naval Constructor 126 

1781 Webb, Ulys R. , Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

Webb, William H.. Lieutenant-Commander 114 

Webber, William E., Gunner 153 

750 Webster, Charles, Lieutenant 28, 157 

Webster, Frank D., Captain Marine Corps 148 

102 Webster, Harrie, Commander 12, 155 

1140 Weichert, Ernest A., Ensign 36, 158 

3564 Weiss, Charles L., Boatswain 72 

Welch, Charles P., Ensign 116 

Welch, Leo F., Midshipman 93 

550 Welles, Roger, ir., Lieutenant 22, 156 

692 Wells, Benjamin W., jr., Lieutenant 24, 157 

745 Wells, Chester, Lieutenant 28,157 

Wells, Henry M., Medical Director 100 

1621 Wells, Howard, Medical Inspector 46, 159 , 

1120 Wells, William B., Ensign 36,158 I 

1660 Wentworth, Andrew R., Surgeon 48, 159 

3420 Wentworth, Charles A., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

, 4224 Wentworth, Llewellyn H., Actg. War. Mach. ... 86 
402 Werlich, Percival J., Lieut. Commander 18, 156 

I West, Cliflford H . , Rear- Admiral 112, 152 

5092 West, Ernest E.. First Lieut. Marine Corps 142 

4158 West, John T., Warrant Machinist 84 

5143 Westcott, Charles T., jr.. Second Lieut. M. C... 144 

1310 Westervelt, George C. , Midshipman 42 

Westfall, John, Gunner 128 

915 Wettengel, Ivan C, Lieut, (junior grade) 32, 158 

1708 Wheeler, William M., Passed Asst. Surgeon.. 50,159 

3523 Whipkey, Allen, Boatswain 70 

White, Charles H., Medical Director 100 

3593 White, David, Acting Boatswain 72 

White, Edwin, Rear-Admiral 112 

6028 White, Harry K., Major Marine CorpH 138, 161 

4226 White, Henry E. , Acting Warrant Machinist. ... 86 

White, Newton H., Midshipman 93 

1139 White, Richard D., Ensign 36,158 

. White, Robert A., Midshipman 93 

■ White, Truman B., Sailmaker 110 

3402 White, Ulysses S. G., Civil Engineer 68, 161 

424 White, William P., Lieutenant-Commander.. 20,156 
945 White, William R., Lieut, (junior grade) .... 32,158 

513 White, William W., Lieutenant 22, 156 

3753 Whitehead, Walter E., Gunner 76 

Whitehouse, Edward N., Paymaster 120 

Whiting, Kenneth, Midshipman 42 

35 Whiting, William H., Captain 8, 155 

1353 Whitlock, Guy, Midshipman 42 

3710 Whitney, Frank H., Chief Gunner 74 

778 Whitted, William S., Lieutenant 30, 157 

525 Whittelsey, William B., Lieutenant 22, 156 

1391 Whitten, Francis S., Midshipman 44 

559 Whittlesey, Humes H., Lieutenant 24, 157 

Wickersham, Darrell P. , Midshipman 91 

1656 Wieber, Francis W. F., Surgeon 48, 159 

3795 Wilbur, Isaiah, Gunner 76 



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Wilcox, John W., Midflhipman 92 

1946 Wilcox, Willis B., Paymaster 56,159 

41 Wilde, George F. F., Captain 8,165 

17 Wildes, Frank, Rear-Admiral 6 

626 Wiley. Henry A. , Lieutenant 26, 157 

Wilhelm, Augustus C. , Midshipman 93 

673 Willard, Arthur L., Lieutenant 26, 157 

5113 Williams, Alexander S., First Lt. Mar. Corps .... 142 

Williams, Arthur S., Gunner 128, 163 

1927 Williams, Charles 8., Paymaster 54, 159 

547 Williams, Clarence S., Lieutenant 22, 166 

5049 Williams, Dion, Captain Marine Corps 140, 161 

657 Williams, George W., Lieutenant 26, 167 

Williams, Henry, Cart>enter 108 

3336 Williams, Henry, Asst. Naval Constructor ... 66, 160 

967 Williams, Hilary, Lieut, (junior grade) 34,158 

Williams, Joseph R., Midshipman 92 

647 Williams, Philip, Lieutenant 26, 157 

1762 Williams, Richard B., Assistant Surgeon 62,159 

5137 Williams, Richard P., First Lt. Mar. Corps 142 

Williams, Robert A., Carpenter 108 

1332 Williams, Roger, Midshipman 42 

Williams, William W., Pay Director 153 

1123 Williams, Yancey S., Ensign 36, 15H 

Williamson, Thom, Chief Engineer 102 

322 Willits, Albert B., Lieutenant-Commander... 16,156 
346 Willits, Georges., Lieutenan^Commander... 16,166 

Willson, James D., Midshipman 90 

Willson, Russell, Midshipman 93 

Wilmer, Joseph R., Passed Asst. Engineer 124 

213 Wilner, Frank A., Commander 14, 166 

Wilson, Charles, Mate 110 

Wilson, Downs L., Lieutenant 114 

Wilson, Fletcher A.. Chief Engineer 104 

1670 Wilson, George B., Surgeon 48, 159 

608 Wilson, Henry B., Lieutenant 22, 166 

1694 Wilson, Henry D., Passed Assistant Surgeon . 50, 169 
4125 Wilson, James, Warrant Machinist 82 

145 Wilson, John C, Commander 12 

Wilson, Pierre L., Midshipman 93 

729 Wilson, Thomas S., Lieutenant. 28, 157 

1945 Wilson, Walter L., Paymaster 56, 169 

5187 Wiltse, Franklin S., Second Lieut. Mar. Corps .. 144 

536 Winchell, Ward P., Lieutenant 22, 166 

215 Winder, William, Lieutenant-Commander. . . 14, 156 

Windsor, William A., Rear-Admiral 98, 162 

4197 Wingate, Clarence M., Acting War. Machinist. . . 84 

3964 Winn, JamesT., Carpenter 80 

3588 Winn, John, Acting Boatswain 72 

Winn, John K., Commander 98 

769 Winship, Emory, Lieut, (junior grade) 30, 167 

323 Winslow, Cameron McR., Lieut. Commander 16, 156 

Winslow, Francis, Lieutenant 114 

1601 Winslow, George F., Medical Director 46, 158 

151 Winslow, Herbert, Commantlcr 12, 155 

1196 Winston, HoUis T., Ensign 38, 158 

379 Winterhalter, Albert G., Lieut. Commander . 18, 156 
5108 Wise, Frederic M. jr.. First Lieut. Mar. Corps... 142 

2033 Wise, Henry A. jr.. Assistant Paymaster 60, 160 

1609 Wise, John C, Medical Director 46, 158 

25 Wise, William C, Rear-Admiral 6 

Withers, Thomas, jr., Midshipman 93 

585 Withcrspoon, Edward T., Lieutenant 24, 157 

3957 Witte, Frederick W., Carpenter 80 

378 Witzel, Horace M., Lieutenant-Commander.. 18,156 

3512 Wogan, Michael, Chief Boatswa in 70 

3591 Wohltman, August, Acting Boatswain 72 

Wolcott, Christopher C. Civil Engineer 153 

Wolleson, Edwin A., Midshipman 93 

410 Wood, Albert N., Lieutenant-Commander... 18,156 

Wood, Benjamin F., Chief Engineer 104 

4122 Wood, Clarence E., Warrant Machinist 82 

918 Wood, Duncan M., Li£ut. (junior grade) 32, 158 

Wood, Francis, Pharmacist 130 

4312 Wood, John W., Pharmacist 88 

Wood, Joseph L,, Assistant Engineer 124 

337 Wood, Moses L., Lieutenant-Commander 16, 156 

519 Wood, Spencer S., Lieutenant 22, 15(5 

5027 Wood, Thomas N., Major Marine Corps 138 

Woodhull, William W., Pay Inspector 102 

Woodruff, Charles A. , Midshipman 93 

1370 WoodruflF. John W. , Midshipman 44 

1109 Woods, Edward. Ensign 36,158 

Woods, George W., Medical Director 153 

Woods, James S.. Midshipman 92 

1972 Woods, Robert H.. Passed Asst. Paymaster... 66,160 

1228 Woods, Stanley, Midshipman 40, 168 

Woodson, Walter B., Midshipman 92 



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ii.'iO Woodward, CUrk H., Ensign 36.15H 

XMfi Woodward. J<weph J.. Naval ConHtnieU>r .... 66, 160 

Woodworth. Edwin B., Naval CVidet 152 

fi099 Wootf. Benjamin B.. Firat Lieut. Mar. CorpA 142 . 

Wix)lverton, Tbeoroxi, Medical Inspector 116 I 

WooHter, Ludns W., Passed A»t. Engineer 124 

Worrall. James C, Naval Cadet 152 

847 Worthington. Walter P., Lieut. Commander . 16, 156 

1217 Wortman, Ward K., Ensign 38,158 

SS31 Woaters, rhATlet^ Boatswain 70 

3923 W~" u.-nu-«, I r>o»^nt<>.. 78 

^ c.Ba. of Equip 3 

1738 \* Surgeon 50,169! 

3006 ^ 62,160 

383^ >mmAnder 18,156 

^ an 93 

^ tor 153 

3337 ^ il Constructor . . 66, 160 

5114 ^ Marine Corps 142 i 

1236^ »man 40,158 

^ ipman :.... 91 

^ let 152 

910 y> i. (junior grade). 32,158 

^ lant... 114 

1327 ^ ipxnan 42 i 



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1192 Wynmn, Henry L., Ensign 38,158 

5083 Wynne, Robert F., Captain Marine Corps 140 

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Yancey, Charles K., Passed Assistant Surgeon ... lis 

937 Yamell, Harry E., Lieut, (junior grade) 32, liss 

1166 Yates, Alexander F. H., Ensign 38,158 

1306 Yates, Isaac I., Midshipman 42 

3933 Yates, John P., Carpenter 78 

Yewell, Horace R., Gunner 128 

Young, Carrington A., Gunner 128 

4233 Young, David C, Acting Warrant Machinist 8(5 

Young, James M. T., Major Marine Corps l.>i 

196 Young, Lucien, Commander 14, 155 

1778 Young, Russell M. , Assistant Surgeon 52, 159 

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3317 Zahm, Frank B., Naval Constructor 66, 160 

317 Zane. Abraham V., Lieutenant-Commander. . 16, 156 

3742 Zeitler, William, Gunner 74 

655 Ziegemeier, Henry J., Lieutenant 26, 157 

1365 Zogbaum, Rufus F., jr., Midshipman 41 



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