Officers of the US Navy ~ Surname K ~ Officers and Enlisted Men of the United States Navy Lost Lives During the World War ~ April 6, 1917 ~ November 11, 1918

Kalk, Stanton F., lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy.
Died: On board U. S. S. Jacob Jones.
Date : December 6, 1917.
Cause: Enemy action (exposure after torpedoing of U. S. S. Jacob Jones).
Next of kin: Mrs. George S. Kalk (mother), Hotel Balfour, Washington, D. C.
Appointed from Nebraska.

Kalning, Heinrich, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: On board U. S. S. Buena Ventura (torpedoed).
Date: Officially declared dead from September 16, 1918.
Cause : Enemy action.
Next of kin : Carrie Kalning (wife), 64 East Tremont Avenue, Bronx, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Keiran, Richard Tuson, lieutenant commander, United States Navy.
Died : At Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.
Date: October 3, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mrs. Henrietta Schultz Keiran (wife), 2466 Filbert Street, San Francisco, Calif.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Kendall, Charles S., assistant naval constructor, United States Navy.
Died : At navy yard, Portsmouth, N. H.
Date : August 21, 1917.
Cause: Disease (angina pectoris).
Next of kin: Mrs. Mary Kendall (wife), 4725 Oakland Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Kenyon, John, chief gunner (retired), United States Navy.
Died : At naval hospital, Mare Island, Calif.
Date: November 26. 1917.
Cause: Disease (aneurism).
Next of kin: Mrs. Estelle Kenyon (wife), 1421 Market Street, Oakland, Calif.
Appointed from New York.

King, James Lewin Gibb, lieutenant (junior grade), Medical Corps (dental
surgeon), United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died : Naval base, Norfolk, Va.
Date: October 1, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia, lobar).
Next of kin: William L. F. King (brother), Dahlia Street, Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
Appointed from District of Columbia.

King, Norman, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force, Medical Corps (class 4).
Died : At naval hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Date : October 23, 1918.
Cause: Disease (tuberculosis).
Next of kin: Mrs. J. D. Johnson (aunt), 1504 Columbus Street, Waco, Tex.
Appointed from Texas.

Kirk, Thomas, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died : Reported lost when U. S. S. Lake Moore was torpedoed.
Date : April 11, 1918.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: Florence Kirk (wife), 279 Seventy-third Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Konstovich, Stephen, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died : On board the U. S. S. Cyclops when that vessel was reported missing.
Date : June 14, 1918.
Cause: Accident.
Next of kin: Kathleen Konstovich (wife), 122 West York Street, Norfolk, Va.
Appointed from Virginia.

Konze, Raymond Albert, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died : At Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Date: July 12, 1918.
Cause: Disease (nephritis, acute).
Next of kin: Mr. Ernest Konze (father), 612 Dover Place, St. Louis, Mo.
Appointed from New York.

Kriebel, Claude B., assistant paymaster, United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: On U. S. S. Lake Moore (torpedoed).
Date : April 11, 1918.
Cause : Enemy action.
Next of kin: Mrs. Mary E. Kriebel (mother), Mount Vernon Street, Lansdale, Pa.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

 

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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