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USS Triton (SS-201)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS Triton (SS-201). 

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

Ralph Edwin Aldrich, Jr.

 Needed
2

Thomas Edward Ashton, Jr.

 Yes
3

William Edward Ballou

 Yes
4

Frank Kenneth Barnes

 Needed
5

Edward John Barton

 Needed
6

Louis Dominick Basso

 Yes
7

Raymond Booth

 Yes
8

William Lewis Booth

 Needed
9

Stephen S. Boyd

 Yes
10

Werner Larry Bruderer

 Yes
11

Arlyn Bush

 Needed
12

Frederic Howard Christy

 Needed
13

Virgil Clifford Clement

 Needed
14

Henry Perry Coley

 Needed
15

Jack Wendel Cooper

 Needed
16

Clarence Cotton

 Needed
17

Jack Randolph Crutchfield

 Yes
18

John Davis Dabney

 Needed
19

Leonard Dazzo Dotson

 Yes
20

John Holbrook Eichmann

 Yes
21

Joseph Fedorchak

 Needed
22

Hoyt Sherlock Fields

 Yes
23

Ray Daniel Fielitz

 Yes
24

George Ford

 Yes
25

Donald Roger George

 Needed
26

Bert Joe Grooms

 Yes
27

Donald Eugene Hale

 Yes
28

Donovan Gilbert Hall

 Needed
29

Robert Leslie Harbold

 Yes
30

Floyd Ray Harmon

 Yes
31

Martin Lewis Herstich, Jr.

 Yes
32

Lee Henry Hobbs

 Yes
33

Jesse T. Hogg, Jr.

 Needed
34

Clyde Holland, Jr.

 Needed
35

Donald Edmond William Holquist

 Needed
36

Gilbert John Howie, Jr.

 Yes
37

Lyman Leroy Isom

 Needed
38

Marsh Jones

 Yes
39

Alexander John Klekotka

 Yes
40

Johnny Paul Klimosewski

 Yes
41

Charles Wilfred Landers

 Yes
42

Walter Harvey Larkins

 Needed
43

John Wylie Lawler

 Yes
44

Walter Ellsworth Lines

 Yes
45

Percy Eugene Long

 Yes
46

George Kenneth Mackenzie, Jr.

 Yes
47

William Boyd Martin, Jr.

 Needed
48

Herman Thurmon McCalop

 Needed
49

Kenneth George McClure

 Yes
50

Lloyd Charles McKenzie

 Yes
51

Jack Meade

 Yes
52

Russell Bedsworth Nixson

 Yes
53

Russell Bender Olvey

 Needed
54

Cornelius Dion O'Sullivan

 Yes
55

Roy Ottis Ottersen

 Yes
56

Robert Eugene Page

 Yes
57

Edward Schley Parks, Jr.

 Yes
58

Willie Lee Peeler

 Yes
59

John Petrun

 Needed
60

Charles Francis Poyneer

 Yes
61

Burnel Cassius Ross

 Yes
62

Harry Roland Schlabecker

 Yes
63

Leonard Mark Schneider

 Needed
64

Edwin St. John Severance

 Needed
65

John Francis Shannon

 Yes
66

Laurence Shepherd

 Needed
67

Vernon Frederick Sorensen

 Yes
68

Thomas Charles Thompson

 Yes
69

Raymond Edward Trowbridge

 Needed
70

Hugh Collett Van Roosen

 Yes
71

George Visnich

 Yes
72

William Allen Ward

 Yes
73

Ferguson Burnett White

 Needed
74

Donald Edward Wycoff

 Yes

On December 1, 1941, another Triton crew member, Chief Electrician's Mate Harold Ray Thompson, was transferred ashore at Wake Island due to illness.  He was subsequently captured, survived the War in POW camp, and was repatriated.

How to Submit Photos and Information

The U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II assigned USS Triton (SS-201)

to the State of Connecticut.

 

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