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

Lally, William McDevitt, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: At Lane Hospital, San Francisco, Calif.
Date: October 20, 1918.
Cause: Disease (influenza-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Michael E. Lally (father), 1034 Rebecca Avenue, Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Lancashire, Ammi Weight, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: At United States Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.
Date: September 27, 1918.
Cause: Disease (influenza).
Next of kin: Mr. Henry J. Lancashire (father), 7 East Seventy-fifth Street, New York, City, N. Y.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Lawson, Milton O, lieutenant commander, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: March 9, 1918, at Naval Hospital, New York.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia, lobar).
Next of kin: Mrs. Bertha C. Lawson (mother), 1214 Third Avenue, San Francisco, Calif.
Appointed from California.

Lawson, Robert J., lieutenant (junior grade), United Slates Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: At New York, N. Y.
Date: February 6, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mrs. Bertha C. Lawson (wife), 1214 Third Avenue, San Francisco, Calif.
Appointed from California.

Lawton, Sylvester IL, jr, lieutenant, United States Navy.
Died: At Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif.
Date: October 26, 1917.
Cause: Wound, gunshot of brain, self inflicted.
Next of kin, Mrs. S. H. Lawton, wife, 85 Boston Avenue, West Bedford, Mass.
Appointed from Ohio.

Lee, Benjamin, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: At Naval Air Station, Killinghome, England.
Date: October 28, 1918.
Cause: Accident (seaplane).
Next of kin: Mrs. J. C. Chase (mother), 1357 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Lefavor, Frederick Herbert, lieutenant (retired), United States Navy.
Died: At Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif.
Date: October 14, 1918.
Cause: Disease (senility).
Next of kin: Elizabeth Lefavor (wife), 440 Grand Avenue, San Rafael, Calif.
Appointed from Ohio.

Leitch, John Bowman, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: On board U. S. S. Tirires.
Date: October 23, 1918.
Cause: Disease (lobar pneumonia).
Next of kin: Frances Constance Leitch (mother), 4 St. Nicholas Terrace, New York, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Lenderman, Watson Beatty, lieutenant (junior grade), United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: At General Hospital, No. 30 Calais, France.
Date: October 16, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mrs. W. B. Lenderman (mother), R. F. D. 1, Wilmington, Del.
Appointed from Delaware.

Lequin, Maurice Lentilhon, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: On board U. S. S. Leviathan. .
Date: October 12, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: John Lequin, father, 55 Chestnut Street, East Orange, N. J.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Lewis, Samuel L., ensign. United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: At Base Hospital No. 5, Brest, France.
Date: March 11, 1918.
Cause: Disease (appendicitis).
Next of kin: Mr. John W. Lewis (father), 300$ Middle Street, Portsmouth, Va.
Appointed from Virginia.

Lichtenstein, Herbert A., lieutenant (junior grade), United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: New York, N. Y.
Date: October 25, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia, lobara).
Next of kin: Mr. Solomon K. Lichtenstein (father), Hotel Ansonia, New York, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Liggett, Leslie Alvin, ensign (E), United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: At 806 North Monroe Street, Peoria, 111.
Date: October 3, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia, lobar).
Next of kin: Mrs. Lydia Almina Liggett (mother), S06 North Monroe Street, Peoria, Ill.
Appointed from Illinois.

Lindstrom, Axel Moore, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: United States Naval Hospital No. 5 ; buried, Brest, France.
Date: September 27, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Karolina Lindstrom (mother), Hilton, Kans.
Appointed from Kansas.

Lingard, Eric, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: At United States Naval Air Station, Chatham, Mass.
Date: October 29, 1918.
Cause: Disease (influenza).
Next of kin: Miss Olga Lingard (sister), Annisquam, Mass.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Lizikos, Sotirios, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: Torpedoing of U. S. S. Lake Moore.
Date: April 11, 1918.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: Mrs. Helen Lizikos (mother), care James Lizikos, Tucson, Ariz.
Appointed from New York.

Lohges, Robert Johnson, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: At Naval Hospital, Pensacola.
Date: October 11, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia, broncho).
Next of kin: Mrs. Nellie Johnson Lohges (mother), 26 Craig Street, Rochester, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Long, John A., chief sail maker (retired), United States Navy.
Died: At Everett, Mass.
Date: September 3, 1918.
Cause: Disease (myocarditis, chronic).
Next of kin: William A. Long (father), 11 Meade Street, Everett, Mass.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Lovell, William, machinist, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 2).
Died: On U. S. S. William Rockefeller when torpedoed.
Date: May 18, 1918.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: Mrs. Gladys R. Lovell (wife), 749 Union Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Lundberg, Kurt M., lieutenant (junior grade), United States Naval Reserve Force (class 2).
Died: On U. S. S. Culgoa.
Date: August 23, 1917.
Cause: Disease (tuberculosis).
Next of kin: May Lundberg (wife), 19 La Martins Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Lyon, William Dennison, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: At New London, Conn.
Date: May 21, 1918.
Cause: Gunshot wound in forehead.
Next of kin: Mrs. William H. Lyon (mother), 37 Warren Street, Brookline, Mass.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

 

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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