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USS O-9 (SS-70)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS O-9 (SS-70).  One man was lost overboard in 1921.

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

Howard Joseph Abbott

 Yes
2

Marvin Dale Barry

 Yes
3

W. R. Cannady

 Yes
4

William Thomas Crute

 Yes
5

John Edward Dufresne

 Yes

6

Charles Logan Eagleton

 Yes

7

John Henry Edwards

 Yes
8

Herbert Talmage Fost

 Yes

9

Edward George Foster

 Yes
10

James Dever Fowler

 Yes
11

Robert Arnold Gardner

 Yes
12

Nathan Gersen

 Yes

13

James George Gillies

 Yes

14

Francis Howard Golden

 Yes

15

Francis Alvin Griffith

 Needed
16

Francis Lawrence Gruen

 Yes

17

Henry James Gunn

 Yes
18

Joe Allan Hartzog

 Yes

19

Gaddis Irwin Hendy

 Yes
20

Walter John Jaskowiak

 Yes
21 William Clarence Kaufman  Yes
22 Levitt Edward Kruger  Yes
23 Allan Hartley Littleford  Yes
24 Chester Lee Miller  Needed
25 Emile Albert Ouelette  Yes
26 Frederick Peter Schneider  Yes
27 Sam Eitel Sonnenburg  Yes
28 James Stanley Strang  Yes
29 Joseph Garrett Supple*  Needed
30 Thomas Winslow Tillery, Jr.  Yes
31 Earl Franklin Varner  Yes
32 Bernard Joesph Venhaus  Yes
33 Marks P. Wangsness  Yes
34 William Charles Wolf  Yes

*Lost overboard in Cape Cod Bay on August 31, 1921.

Please note that Burton A. Davis, previously listed on this page, was transferred off the boat on May 29, 1941, went on to serve on various other vessels, and survived World War II.
 

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