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USS Amberjack (SS-219)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS Amberjack (SS-219). 

Click on a man's name to go to his personal memorial page on this site.  Photographs and personal information are needed as indicated in the column at right.

For a brief history of the boat, please see The Loss of USS Amberjack.

 
  Name Photo
1

Mervin Wilcox Allmon

 Yes
2

William Alexander Baker, Jr.

 Yes
3

Paul Sherman Banister

 Yes
4

Luther Vaughter Barr

 Yes
5

Renato Bartoli

 Needed
6

Arthur Castles Beeman*

 Needed
7

Robert Pershing Blauvelt

 Yes

8

John Archibald Bole, Jr.

 Yes
9

John Frederick Bolze

 Needed

10

Harold Joseph Brant

 Yes
11

Henry Earl Brossy

 Yes
12

Maurice Joseph Brousseau

 Yes
13

Wilson Noble Buchan

 Needed
14

Diego Cacciato, Jr.

 Yes
15

Leland J. D. Caldwell

 Needed
16

Elmer Ernest Chaffin

 Yes
17

John Francis Cheney

 Yes

18

Benjamin Lee Clark

 Yes

19

James Leonard Coleman

 Yes
20

William Edwin Coultas

 Yes
21

Edward Shelton Davis

 Needed
22

LeRoy Conrad Davis

 Yes
23

James DeGroot

 Yes
24

Arthur Maxon Demler

 Yes
25

Donald Ducharme

 Yes

26

Alton George Harlen Eastman

 Needed
27

Ernest Joseph Everett

 Needed
28

George Henry Gillard, Jr.

 Yes
29

Thaddeus Gosciniak

 Yes
30

John Wesley Hamilton

 Yes
31

Lloyd Guy Henderson

 Needed

32

Don Laffaette Hiatt

 Yes
33

William Murray Orlo Hill

 Yes
34

Vernon Thompson Jackson

 Needed
35

Homer Ernest James

 Needed
36

William Lewis Jeter

 Needed
37

Thomas Edward Jewell

 Yes
38

Francis Paul Kingston

 Needed

39

Victor Joseph Koreyva

 Yes

40

Robert Lawrence Lester

 Yes
41

Raymond August Levesque

 Yes
42

James Edward Lewellyn

 Yes

43

Henry Shippen Lord, Jr.

 Yes

44

Joseph Benjamin Lucas, Jr.

 Yes

45

Marvin Russell Macy

 Yes

46

Arthur Ray Massey

 Yes

47

Ray McDaniel

 Needed
48

Robert Andrew McLean

 Yes

49

Wallace Montague, Jr.

 Needed

50

Charles Roy Muir

 Yes

51

Harold Brengle Ogilvie

 Yes
52

Cleveland Marion Ouzts, Jr.

 Needed
53

Bruce Frank Pavlin

 Needed

54

Henry Pisarski

 Needed

55

John George Rakyta

 Needed

56

James Albert Ranger

 Yes
57

Chester Leo Runkowski

 Needed

58

Lewis Robert Ryall

 Yes
59

Coy Kennith Sallee

 Yes

60

Daniel Ryan Seidell

 Yes

61

Paul Peter Smorol

 Needed
62

Elwood Rudolph Spierer

 Needed
63

Chester Andrew Springsteen

 Yes
64

Francis Tyler St. John

 Yes

65

Richard Gans Stern, Jr.

 Yes
66

Henry Alton Taylor

 Needed
67

Irby Hinson Thurman

 Yes

68

William Joseph Tobin

 Needed
69

Paul Bertram Trask

 Yes
70

John Harold Ullstrom

 Yes
71

Alonzo George Ward

 Needed
72

Eldon Leroy Wilson

 Needed
73

Henry Carl Arthur Winquist

 Yes

*Killed by returning gunfire during battle surface while going to the aid of an injured officer, February 4, 1943.

Note:  Raymond J. Chrzan, who had previously been listed here, survived the War.

How to Submit Photos and Information

The U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II assigned USS Amberjack (SS-219)

to the State of South Carolina.

Submarines Lost in World War II

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