Officers of the US Navy ~ A Surname
Lost Lives During the World War ~ April 6, 1917 ~ November 11, 1918

Abey, Jarvis Harry, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died : Attached to U. S. S. Vermont.
Date : October 4, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mrs. Rose Ellen Abey (mother), 222 Lexington Avenue, Rochester, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Adams, Harry E., lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy.
Died : At United States Naval Air Station, Pauillac, France.
Date: October 5, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin : Mamie Adams (wife), R. F. D. 4, Pensacola, Fla.
Appointed from Rhode Island.

Ahern, John Bernard, gunner, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: On U. S. T. C. Ticonderoga (torpedoed).
Date : September 30, 1918.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: D. J. Ahern (mother), 556 Brown Avenue, Manchester, N. H.
Appointed from New Hampshire.

Alden, Spencer T., ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died : At Naval Air Station, Bay Shore, Long Island.
Date : May 4, 1918.
Cause: Accident (fracture frontal bone, compound).
Next of kin: Samuel R. Alden (father), 17 Bank Block, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Appointed from Michigan.

Algar, Philip, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died : Navy Base Hospital No. 5, France.
Date: October 15, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin : Mrs. Alfred Algar (mother), 193 Central Avenue, Milton, Mass.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Axlen, David Gordon, past assistant surgeon, United States Navy.
Died : At Porta Delgada, Azores, attached to U. S. S. Panther.
Date: September 5. 1917.
Cause : Food poison, acute.
Next of kin: Annie Wood (mother), 10 Taylor Street, Savannah, Ga.
Appointed from Georgia.

Allen, Edward, chief boatswain, United States Navy.
Died: At Brooklyn, N. Y.
Date: April 16, 1917.
Cause: Disease (carcinoma).
Next of kin: Mrs. Edward Allen (wife), 802 Washington Street, Hoboken, N. J.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Allston, Frank C, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: On U. S. S. Westover (torpedoed).
Date: July 11, 1918.
Cause : Enemy action.
Next of kin: M. C. C. Allston, (wife), Summerville, S. C.
Appointed from South Carolina.

Andrews, Junius Franklin, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died : At Naval Air Station, Chatham, Mass.
Date: July 13, 1918.
Cause: Accident (burned to death).
Next of kin: Augusta L. Andrews (mother), 913 Hangier Avenue, Durham, N. C.
Appointed from Maryland.

Antosch, Walter, machinist, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: On U. S. S. Westbridge (torpedoed).
Date: August 15, 1918.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: Anton Antosch (father), 609 Third Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Abbogast, Wheldan Smith, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died : On Hernmn Frasch when it collided with O. C. Henry.
Date: October 4, 1918.
Cause : Accident.
Next of kin: Sarah Ellen, Arbogast (mother), 313 West Jefferson Street, Springfield, Ohio.
Appointed from Ohio.

Arnold, Conway H., rear admiral, United States Navy (retired).
Died : At home.
Date: July 16, 1917.
Cause: Disease (nephritis, chronic, interstitial).
Next of kin: Fanny W. Arnold (wife), 800 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Aspeb, Bubt J., lieutenant (junior grade) (Medical Corps) United States Navy.
Died : On U. S. S. Cyclops when reported missing.
Date : June 14, 1918.
Cause: Accident.
Next of kin: John C. Asper (father), 329 South Main Street, Chambersburg, Pa.
Appointed from Maryland.

Avebill, Ray Rufus, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died : On U. S. S. Tenadores.
Date : October 17, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin : Helen B. Averill (wife) Wentworth, N. H.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Avery, Robert Gilbert, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: At Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va.
Date : October 8, 1918.
Cause: Disease (lobar pneumonia).
Next of kin: Ella May Avery (wife), 137 East Avenue, South, Baltimore, Md.
Appointed from Maryland.

Source: Officers and Enlisted Men of the United States Navy who Lost their Lives During the World War, from April 6, 1917 to November 11, 1918, Washington Government Printing Office, 1920.

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