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

Samuelson, Elmer A., machinist, United States Navy.
Died: On U. S. S. Pennsylvania.
Date: July 7, 1919.
Cause: Suicide.
Next of kin: Alexander Samuelson (father), 418 Willow Street, Terre Haute, Ind.
Appointed from Indiana.

Saville, John W., passed assistant engineer (retired), United States Navy.
Died: Boston, Mass.
Date: September 30, 1917.
Cause: Disease (myocarditis, chronic).
Next of kin: Maude Saville Clift (daughter), 1910 Mount Royal Terrace, Baltimore, Md.

Schmid, Karl Ernest, lieutenant (junior grade), (Medical Corps, Dental Surgeon), United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: United States Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N. Y.
Date: October 9, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia, broncho).
Next of kin: Carl Ernest Schmid (father), 373 Josefa Street, San Jose, Calif.
Appointed from New York.

Schonhof, Hugo, 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: Mrs. Dora Scbonhof (wife), 1345 Cooksie Street, Baltimore, Md.
Appointed from Maryland.

Scobey, John, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4-2).
Died: At Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif.
Date: November 5, 1917.
Cause: i disease (thrombosis of left cerebral artery and broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Leonore F. Scobey (wife), Forest Knolls, Calif.
Appointed from California.

Scott, Robert Harry, lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy.
Died: At civil hospital, Peekskill, N. Y.
Date: October 15, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Florence E. Scott (wife), 128 Reid Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Scott, Theodore William, pharmacist (retired), United States Navy.
Died: East Petersburg, Pa.
Date: August 4, 1917.
Cause: Disease (tuberculosis of lungs, tubercular meningitis).
Next of kin: Grace Collins Scott (wife). 1107 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Seed, Charles Robert, lieutenant (junior grade), United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: At Hasneman Hospital, Worcester, Mass.
Date: October S, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Frank Seed (son), 41 Beaver Street, Worcester, Mass.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Selwood, Thomas Frank, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 2).
Died: At St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, N. Y.
Date: October 26, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Harriet Selwood (mother), 76 Tindal Street, Birmingham, England.
Appointed from California.

Sharkey, William Joseph, lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy.
Died: On board the U. S. S. 0-5.
Date: October 5, 1918.
Cause: Accident on board vessel.
Next of kin: Mrs. Mary E. Sharkey (wife), 2 Elm Street, Newport, R. I.
Appointed from New York.

Skinner, Aaron N., professor of mathematics (retired), United States Navy.
Died: in Framingham, Mass.
Date: August 14, 1918.
Cause: Accident (drowning).
Next of kin: Miss Helen A. Skinner (sister), 1832 Kilbourne Street, Washington, D. C.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Skinner, Alfonso, machinist (retired), United States Navy.
Died: At 246 West Cedar Street, San Diego, Calif.
Date: November 11, 1918.
Cause: Disease (tuberculosis, chronic pulmonary).
Next of kin: Amerigo Skinner (father), Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Appointed from New York.

Skinner, Harry G., jr., ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: On U. S. S. Chauncey (rammed by British Rose of Glascow).
Date: November 19, 1917.
Cause: Accident.
Next of kin: Harry G. Skinner (father), Mount Washington, Md.
Appointed from Maryland.

Slamm, Charles W. pay director (retired), United States Navy.
Died: At home, Philadelphia, Pa.
Date: October 9, 1918.
Cause: Disease (valvular, chronic cardiac).
Next of kin: No record.
Notice of death sent by Ada V. Compton, 3416 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Small, Joseph Chandler, lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy.
Died: At Philadelphia, Pa.
Date: November 2, 1918.
Cause: Disease (influenza).
Next of kin: Margaret Rettew Small (wife), 609 South Forty-eighth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed from New York.

Smith, Francis Parks, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: On board Herman Frash when it collided with George G. Henry.
Date: October 4, 1918.
Cause: Accident.
Next of kin: Frank H. Smith (father), Newport, N. H.
Appointed from New York.

Smith. James A., chief boatswain (retired), United States Navy.
Died: At home, 2 East Twenty-fifth Street. Baltimore, Md.
Date: March 27, 19US.
Cause: Disease (arteriosclerosis, cerebral).
Next of kin: Mrs. James A. Smith (wife), 2 Easi Twenty-fifth Street. Haitimore, Md.
Appointed from Maryland.

Smith, John Anderson Baxter, rear admiral (retired). United States Navy.
Died: New Orleans. La.
Date: March 9, 1918.
Cause: Disease (heart).
Next of kin: Mrs. E. P. Ramsey, 65 Grove Street, Jamaica, N. Y. (relationship not stated).
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Smith, John Theirson (P. A. engineer) (retired). United States Navy.
Died: At home, Livingston Heights, Va.
Date: October 23, 1918.
Cause: Disease (chronic myocarditis).
Next of kin: Commander Charles Gordon Smith (son), Medical Corps,
United States Navy, Naval Station, Hawaii.
Appointed from Virginia.

Smith, Roy T.. boatswain. 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: T. F. Smith (father), Phoenix City, Ala.
Appointed from Alabama.

Smith, Winthrop Floyd, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: Naval air station, Bayshore, Long Island.
Date: October 10. 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Jennie Smith (mother), 22 Radford Lane, Dorchester, Mass.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Souther, Arthur Fuller, lieutenant (junior grade), United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: At East Greenwich, R. I.
Date: July 19, 1918.
Cause: Accident (seaplane).
Next of kin: Mrs. Kate Fuller Souther (mother), 1840 East Eighty-seventh Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
Appointed from Ohio.

Spaven, John Stuart, ensign, United States Navy.
Died: Royal Naval Hospital, Haulbowline, England.
Date: October 17, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: George Spaven (father). P. O. box 93, San Juan, P. R.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Sprague, William G., ensign, United Stales Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: Naval air station, Illetudy, France.
Date: October 26, 1918.
Cause: Accident (seaplane).
Next of kin: William C. Sprague, 2745 Hampden Court, Chicago, Ill.
Appointed from Illinois.

Stafford, Albert Francis, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4-3).
Died: On board the U. S. A. C. T. Ticonderoga (torpedoed).
Date: September 30, 1918.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: Mrs. Julia H. Stafford (mother), 224 Delguerra Street, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Appointed from California.

Staley, Chatfield C, gunner, United States Navy.
Died: On board the U. S. S. Cyclops when that vessel was reported missing.
Date: June 14, 1918.
Cause: Accident.
Next of kin: John F. Staley (father), 3855 California Street, Omaha, Nebr.
Appointed from Nebraska.

Standin, John Robert, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4-3).
Died: Auxiliary hospital. Lamlash, Scotland.
Date: September 23, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: William H. Standin (father), Galesville, N. C.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Staples, Bert E., chief gunner. United States Navy.
Died: At naval hospital, New York, N. Y.
Date: May 16, 1917.
Cause: Disease (ulcer of stomach).
Next of kin: Mrs. Elizabeth Staples (wife), 325 Jay Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Stebbins, Carl Holland, machinist, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: At St. Vincents Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Date: October 18, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Hazel Sipe Stebbins (wife), 147 Lincoln Way, Lisbon, Ohio.
Appointed from Ohio.

Steel, Basil L., ensign (Supply Corps), United States Navy.
Died: At naval base, Cardiff, Wales.
Date: October 8, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mrs. Margaret Gladys Steel (wife), 812 North Forty-first Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Stein, Theodore Williamson, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: At home, 312 West Eighth Street. Chester, Pa.
Date: October 5, 1918.
Cause: Disease (influenza).
Next of kin: Mrs. Mary Taylor Stein (mother). 312 West Eighth Street, Chester, Pa.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Stevenson, John, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: On the U. S. S. Cherokee when she foundered.
Date: February 26, 1918.
Cause: Accident.
Next of kin: Mrs. Marguerite Stevenson Hall (daughter), 194 Hull Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Stewart, William Cairns, lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 3).
Died: U. S. S. Herman Frasch.
Date: Officially declared dead October 4, 1918.
Cause: Accident (collision with George G. Henry).
Next of kin: Mrs. C. Stewart (mother), 14 Darwin Road, Southampton, England.
Appointed from Louisiana.

Stirling, James, lieutenant (junior grade), United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: On the U. S. S. Mercury.
Date: October 19, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Gertrude V. Stirling (wife), 279 Varick Street, Jersey City, N. J.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Stoddard, Charles Burton, lieutenant commander, United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: On board the U. S. S. Herman Frasch.
Date: October 4, 1918.
Cause: Accident (collided with the George G. Henry.
Next of kin: Ella St. Clair Stoddard (wife), 624 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Sturtevant, Albert D., ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: In combat with enemy aeroplane over the North Sea.
Date: February 15, 1918.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: C. L. Sturtevant (father), 210 Leroy Place, Washington, D. G.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Summers, Bronson Ewing, lieutenant (junior grade) (Medical Corps), United States Navy.
Died: Marine Barracks, Quantico, Va.
Date: September 28, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Thomas B. Summers (father), Milton, W. Va.
Appointed from Virginia.

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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