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

Taylor, Elmer Bowden, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5),
Died: At Calais, France.
Date: October 27, 1918.
Cause: Disease (broncho-pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mrs. E. E. Taylor (mother), Cedar Grove, N. J.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Terres, Hugh, ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (Class 5).
Died: In Italy.
Date: August 17, 1918.
Cause: Accident (aeroplane).
Next of kin: Mrs. C. Terres (mother), 35 Pembroke Road, Kensington, London.
Appointed from North Carolina.

Teter, Hadley Howard, lieutenant (junior grade) (Medical Corps), United States Navy.
Died: On U. S. S. Tampa when same was sunk.
Date: September 26, 1918.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: Sarah Teter (mother), 729 Poplar Street, Coshocton, Ohio.
Appointed from Utah.

Theiss, Emil, captain, United States Navy.
Died: At Naval Hospital, Washington, D. C.
Date: September 24, 1917.
Cause: Disease (myocarditis, chronic).
Next of kin: Mrs. Katherine S. Theiss (wife), 1741 O Street NW., Washington, D. C.
Appointed from Wisconsin.

Thomas, Clarence C, lieutenant, United States Navy.
Died: U. S. S. Vacuum (torpedoed).
Date: April 28, 1917.
Cause: Enemy action.
Next of kin: Mrs. Evelyn M. Thomas (wife), 196 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Md.
Appointed from California.

Thompson, Donald Frederick, machinist, United States Naval Reserve Force.
Died: On board the U. S. S. Celebes.
Date: August 15, 1918.
Cause: Disease (entercolitis).
Next of kin: Mrs. Grace Thompson (mother), 21 Warren Street, Bloomfield, N. J.
Appointed from New Jersey.

Tibbitts, Russell D., ensign, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: Fifteen miles northeast of Fenwick Island Light Vessel.
Date: October 8, 1918.
Cause: Accident (seaplane).
Next of kin: Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Tibbitts (wife), 1407 H Street NW., Washington, D. C.
Appointed from District of Columbia.

Tirbell, Eugene Charles, ensign, United States Naval- Reserve Force.
Died: At Naval Base Hospital No. 5, Brest, France.
Date: October 1, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mrs. Mary A. Tirbell (mother), 18 Parker Street, Chelsea, Mass.
Appointed from Massachusetts.

Titus, Reuben F., boatswain, United States Naval Reserve Force (class 4).
Died: At United States Marine Hospital, Stapleton, Staten Island, N. Y.
Date: February 3, 1918.
Cause: Self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Next of kin: Mrs. Mary Eliza Titus (wife), 37 Harrison Avenue, Port Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y.
Appointed from New York.

Toerpe, Arthur B., gunner, United States Navy.
Died: At Portsmouth, Va.
Date: December 12, 1917.
Cause: Accident (drowned).
Next of kin: Mrs. A. B. Toerpe (wife), Long Bead). Calif.
Appointed from Illinois.

Townsend, Lawrence, Jr., lieutenant (retired), United States Navy.
Died: At Naval Hospital, Washington, D. C.
Date: October 13, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mr. Lawrence S. Townsend (father), 1416 Twentieth Street, Washington, D. C.
Appointed from Pennsylvania.

Trever, George Arthur, lieutenant commander, United States Navy.
Died: At Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Date: October 14, 1918.
Cause: Accident (injuries extreme, gas submarine).
Next of kin: Bessie MacMillen Trever (wife), 4861 Valle Vista Street, San Diego, Calif.
Appointed from Wisconsin.

Twaddle, George, acting pay clerk (temporary), United States Navy.
Died: At United States Naval Training Barracks, Base 6.
Date: October 2, 1918.
Cause: Disease (pneumonia).
Next of kin: Mrs. Pauline Twaddle (wife), 411 O Street SW., Washington, D. C.
Appointed from Virginia.

Tynan, William Vincent, carpenter, United States Navy.
Died: On board the U. S. S. Louisville.
Date: September 27, 1918.
Cause: Accident (result of a fall).
Next of kin: Francis T. Tynan (father), 910 Washington Street, Portsmouth, Va.
Appointed from Virginia.

Tyson, Charees McGhee, lieutenant (junior grade), United States Naval
Reserve Force (class 5).
Died: Off Immingham, England.
Date: October 11, 1918.
Cause: Accident (seaplane).
Next of kin: Mrs. Betty Tyson (wife). 149 East Thirty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y.
Appointed from Tennessee.

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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