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Description: Submarine F-4 Found [Crew List] Page 1 & 3

Date: March 27 1915

Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.

Washington Herald Mar. 27, 1915 Submarine F-4 Found [Crew List] Page 1 & 3

SUBMARINE IS FOUND, BUT 26 MAY BE DEAD (con't)

The following list gives the name, place and time of enlistment, home address and name and residence of next of kin of each of the enlisted men who were reported on board the F-4 March 7, 1915. It is probable that some of these men have since been transferred and that other men not mentioned in the list have been transferred to that vessel, owing to the fact that numerous changes are made in a submarine flotilla:
ASHCROFT, George T., gunner's mate, first class; enlisted at San Francisco, Cal., April 29, 1912; four years' prior service; home, Los Angeles, Cal..; next of kin, Mary E. ASHCROFT, mother 1511 Newton street, Los Angeles, Cal.
BUCK, Clark J., gunner's mate, second class; enlisted at Portland, Oreg., May 2, 1912; three years' prior service; home, Tacoma, Wash.; next of kin, Amanda SCINES (?), mother, 3605 South E street, Tacoma, Wash.
CAURIN, Ernest C., Machinist's mate, second class, enlisted at New Orleans, La., October 12, 1912; four years' prior service; home, New Orleans, La.; next of kin, Marie ASH, sister, 1961 Gravier street, New Orleans, La.
COLWELL, Harley, chief electrician, enlisted at Puget Sound, Wash., August 17, 1912; four years' prior service; home, Seattle, Wash.; next of kin, James COLWELL, father, 2310 North Sixty-second street, Seattle, Wash.

Enlisted at Dallas.

COVINGTON, Walter F., machinist's mate, first class; enlisted at Dallas, Tex., March 19, 1912; four years' prior service; home, Fort Worth, Tex.; next of kin, Sidney Covington, father, Byers, Tex.
DEETH, George L., electrician, second class; enlisted at Puget Sound, Wash., August 4, 1913; home, Portland, Oreg.; next of kin, Hester A. DEETH, mother, 1785 East Fifteenth street, Portland, Oreg.
GRINDLE, Aliston H., chief electrician; enlisted at San Diego, Cal., July 10, 1913; home, San Francisco, Cal.; next of kin, Joshua GRINDLE, father, Mendocino City, Cal.
HILL, Edwin S., machinist's mate, first class; enlisted at Portland, Oreg., July 10, 1912; home, Etowah, Tenn.; next of kin, John E. HILL, father, Etowah, Tenn.
HUGHMAN (?), Francis M., machinist's mate, first class; enlisted at San Pedro, Cal., August 11, 1912; home, Los Angeles, Cal.; next of kin, Mary E. HUGHMAN (?), mother, 1044 South Mott street, Los Angeles, Cal.
JENNIE, Albert P., electrician, second class; enlisted at Portland, Oreg., March 20, 1911; home Festus, Mo.; next of kin, Andrew J. JENNIE, father, Festus, Mo.
LUNGER, Archie H., gunner's mate, second class; enlisted at Cleveland, Ohio, March 21, 1913; eight years' prior service; home, Erie, Pa.; next of kin, Mrs. Mae LUNGER, wife, 720 Beretania street, Honolulu, T. H.
MAHAN, Ivan L., machinist's mate, first class; enlisted at San Diego, Cal., January 16, 1915; three years' prior service; home, Lima, Ohio; next of kin, Margaret C. MAHAN, wife, 612 Santa Clara street, Vallejo, Cal.

Gunner's Mate a Victim.

MOORE, Horace L., gunner's mate, first class; enlisted at Washington, D. C., September 17, 1912; eight years' prior service; home, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.; next of kin, Horace H. MOORE
NELSON, William S., chief machinist's mate; enlisted at New York, November 19, 1912; eight years' prior service; home, New York, N. Y.; next of kin, Elsie NELSON, wife, 220 West A_____, Los Angeles, Cal.
PICRARD, Frank C., chief gunner's mate; enlisted at Washington, D. C., September 25, 1911; nine years' prior service; home, Laverne, Cal.; next of kin, Francis M. PICRARD, wife, 5115 G____ street, San Diego, Cal. Another address given is La Verne, _____ County, Cal.
WELLS, Charles H., machinist's mate, second class; enlisted at Puget Sound, Wash., November 12, 1912; eight years' prior service; home, Norfolk, Va.; next of kin, Elizabeth M. WELLS, friend, 322 West Twenty-seventh street, Norfolk, Va.
WITHERS, Henry A., gunner's mate, first class; enlisted at Washington, D. C., April 4, 1915; ten years' prior service; home, San Diego, Cal.; next of kin, Charles A. WITHERS, brother, 1172 Fourth street, San Diego, Cal.
Frederick GILMAN, gunner's mate, first class and Frank N. HERZOG, electrician, second class, whose home addresses and next of kin are not given.
Ensign Timothy A. PARKER, who was graduated at Annapolis in the class of 1912 and who was born and appointed from Kentucky, also went down on the F-4.
The Navy Department has cabled to the commandant, naval station, Honolulu, for a correct list of the men on board of the F-4.

Submitted: 11/11/14

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