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USS F-1 (SS-20)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS F-1 (SS-20).  Two men were lost in a grounding accident near Port Watsonville, California, on October 11, 1912.  Please contact us if you have any information regarding this accident.

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.

 
  Name Photo
1

John Robert Belt

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2

Frank Matthew Bernard

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3

William Lester Cartwright

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4

Harry Le Roy Corson

 Yes
5

James Goonan

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6

Simon Greenberg

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7

Edward Emerson Hall

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8

Lyman Frederick Lovley

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9

Ralph Edgar McClure

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10

Duncan Archie McRae

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11

John Peter Albert Messang

 Yes
12

Grover Edwin Metz

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13 Gustave August Schroeder*  Needed
14

Ray Elsworth Scott

 Yes
15

Elbert Peshine Smith

 Yes
16

Guy Raymond Stewart

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17

Dudley Stough

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18 James Turbett*  Yes
19

Charles Fridley Vincent

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20

Thomas Alfred Walsh

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21

Clyde William Wyatt

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The following men survived the sinking of USS F-1

1 Henry Lloyd Brown
2 Joseph J. Burns
3 Alfred Eugene Montgomery (Commanding Officer)
4 J. M. Schmissauter
5 John Galvin Stewart

*Lost in a grounding accident near Port Watsonville, California, on October 11, 1912.

 

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