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1. Information is in order - Name, Rank, Service other than USN, (next of kin; appointment/enlistment), ship, base or place of death, cause, date of death
2. Main abbreviations:
A - Aviation, F - Female, G - General, JG - junior grade, NNV - National Naval Volunteers, R - Radio, USNRF - US Naval Reserve Force, USNRC - United States Naval Reserve Corps
3.  Ranks of US Navy Commissioned Officers and Enlisted Men

4. See also Casualties by Date and Ship/Base, starting 1914


 

 

 

MACDONALD, ARNOLD, Landsman for Electrician (G), USNRF, (father, William J MacDonald, 42 Camp Street, Providence, R I; enlisted East Providence, R I, March 5, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 7, 1918

 

MACDONALD, EDWARD STEPHEN, Yeoman, 2nd class, USNRF, (sister, Margaret MacDonald, Allston, Mass; enlisted Navy Yard, Boston, Mass, February 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Washington, D C, influenza, October 14, 1918

 

MACDONALD, GEORGE CLAYTON, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Anna B MacDonald, 22 Madison Street, Chester, Pa; enlisted Chester, Pa, April 23, 1917), at home Philadelphia, Pa, disease, November 9, 1918

 

MACDONALD, RODERICK D, Fireman, 3rd class, NNV, (Jennie MacDonald, 54 Hayward Street, Providence, R I; enlisted Bristol, R I, March 2, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, disease, January 17, 1918

 

MACDONNELL, THOMAS FRANCIS, Electrician, 3rd class, (father, John MacDonald, 536 Broadway, South Boston, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, May 14, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MACEDO, THOMAS RAYMOND, Gunner's Mate, 3rd class, (mother, Ursula B Macedo, 268 Prospect Street, Hayward, Calif; enlisted San Diego, Calif, February 7, 1916), Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, disease, May 23, 1918

 

MACFEETERS, WILLIAM JAMES, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Flora C MacFeeters, 10703 Englewood Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio; enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, April 5, 1918), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

MACGREGOR, ROB ROY, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Peter MacGregor, Pequannock, N J; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y December 10, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, disease, January 28, 1918

 

MACINTYRE, JOHN, Ship's Cook, 3rd class, (mother, Katherine Maclntyre, 2315 Redner Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, January 21, 1914), Naval Hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo, respiratory disease, January 7, 1918

 

MACKAY, GEORGE, Commander (retired), (wife, Doretha Smith Mackay, 1779 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D C; appointed New York), Washington, D C, disease, November 12, 1917

 

MACKENZIE, ALLAN S, Chief Gunner, (daughter, Mrs Roberta Osborne, 5618 Dibble Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio; appointed New York), Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif, explosion in black powder magazine at Yard, July 9, 1917

 

MACKENZIE, ARTHUR JAMES, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Katheryn O'Neil, 240 West Fifteenth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y March 1, 1917), Naval Prison, Portsmouth, N H, respiratory disease, February 22, 1918

 

MACKENZIE, FRED, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, George Mackenzie 2353 Washington Avenue, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y April 28, 1917), Navy Base Hospital No 5, respiratory disease, October 9, 1918

 

MACKEY, WILLIAM EDWARD, Electrician, 3rd class, (mother, Maggie C Mackey, Sherman, Tex; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, July 13, 1917), USS North Dakota, dreadnought battleship (later BB-29), washed overboard, January 15, 1918

 

MACKIN, EDWARD THOMAS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (brother, Joseph Michel Mackin, 66 West Eleventh Street, Bayonne, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, April 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 2, 1918

 

MACKWOOD, HAROLD FREDERICK, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Robert Nelson Mackwood, 569 Sawyer Street, Rochester, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y July 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 11, 1918

 

MACLEAN, ANGUS NELSON, Fireman, USCG, (mother, Mrs Henriette Maclean, Sneads, Fla), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 1918

 

MACLEISH, KENNETH, Lieutenant, Reserve Force (class 5), (father, Andrew MacLeish, 459 Longwood Avenue, Glencoe, Ill; appointed Illinois), reported missing October 14, 1898 (sic). Later reported prisoner. Cables dated February 4 to 13 report body found at Schmore, Belgium, and buried. Officially dead as of October 15, 1918, enemy action, October 15, 1918

 

MACNALLY, EDWARD ALOYSIUS, Landsman for Electrician, (brother, Joseph MacNally, 319 State Street, Springfield, Mass; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, June 13, 1917

 

MACNAMARA, GEORGE ROBERT, Hospital Apprentice, (mother, Sarah J MacNamara, 409 Seventh Street, Fargo, N Dak; enlisted Minneapolis Minn, February 25, 1916), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, February 9, 1918

 

MACNAUGHTON LESLIE M, Ensign, Reserve Force (class 5), (mother, Julia M MacNaughton, Fort Edward, N Y; appointed New York), Naval Air Station, Hampton Roads, Va, "fall in seaplane" (NHC - Ensign McNaughton, killed in seaplane accident at Moutchic, France with Ensign Lloyd A Perry on April 12, 1918), March 13, 1918

 

MACVITTIE, CARL DOUGLASS, Quartermaster, 3rd class USNRF, (mother, Clara MacVittie, 63 Duane Avenue, La Salle, N Y; enlisted Niagara Fall, N Y February 19, 1917), USS Von Steuben, ex-German liner Kronprinz Wilhelm, troop transport (ID-3017), washed overboard in Atlantic hurricane, September 6, 1918

 

MADDEN, ARTHUR ALLEN, Jr, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Nellie Madden, 1408 Hampton Avenue, Columbia, S C; enlisted Columbia, S C, May 15, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 2, 1918

 

MADDEN, CHARLES HENRY, Mess Attendant, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary E Madden, 169 Winsor Avenue, Waterloo, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, November 22, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, February 12, 1918

 

MADDEN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Elizabeth Madden, 217 Mercer Street, Jersey City, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, December 3, 1917), USS Arkansas, dreadnought battleship (later BB-33), died, June 13, 1918

 

MADIGAN, EDWARD JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Delia Madigan, 227 First Street, Albany, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y May 27, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 15, 1918

 

MADISON, MAXWELL DAVID, Seaman, (brother, Charles Madison, 1944 Russel Street, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Port Royal, S C, May 19, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, disease, April 5, 1918

 

MADLINGER AUGUST LOUIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Frank X Madlinger, 11 South Cherry Street, Poughkeepsie, N Y; enlisted Newark, N J, July 13, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, disease, October 29, 1918

 

MAENDER, LEO EDWIN, Seaman, (father, Adolph Gus Maender, St Louis, Mo; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, April 27, 1917), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 30, 1918

 

MAERTINS, WALTER CHARLES, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Sophia Maertins, 27 Aldrich Street, Ilosindale, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, March 22, 1917), Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MAGDALUYO, MANUEL, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (mother, Consolacion Reyes, Calibo, Capiz, PI; enlisted Cavite, PI, July 27, 1918), Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 17, 1918

 

MAGENUEIMER, FREDERICK, Fireman, 1st class, (brother, Robert P Magenheimer, 387 Charlotte Place, Glendale, Long Island, N Y; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, March 8, 1916), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

MAGGIO, FRANK, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Santo Maggio, 143 Wyona Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y May 21, 1917), USS Von Steuben, ex-German liner Kronprinz Wilhelm, troop transport (ID-3017), respiratory disease, September 28, 1918

 

MAGLINTI, CIRIACO, Coxswain, USNRF, (mother, Crisanta Pimbal, Cavite, PI; enlisted Cavite, PI, May 23, 1917), USCG, St Marys River Patrol, at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich, killed on boat, October 25, 1918

 

MAGNER, EDMUND FRANCIS, Yeoman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Mary E Magner, Martins Lane, Hingham, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, November 12, 1917), USS Salem, scout cruiser (No.3, later CL-3), liberty boat returning from Key West, Fla to ship, capsized, missing, September 29, 1918

 

MAGNER, JAMES LAWRENCE, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, (sister, Marie Magner, 226 East Eighty-sixth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y January 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, disease, April 18, 1918

 

MAGNUS, PHILIP EDMUND, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Henry Magnus, R R 4, Foley, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 28, 1918

 

MAGONI, CHARLES, Water Tender, (brother, John Magoni, 26 Merrick Street, West Springfield, Mass; enlisted New York, N Y January 30, 1917), USS Manley, destroyer (later DD-74), based at Queenstown, Ireland, escorting convoy (various sources refer to her being alongside an HMS Montague and rolling into her. This should read armed merchant cruiser HMS Motagua), accidental explosion of own depth charges followed by fire, DOI, March 19, 1918

 

MAGOON, CHESTER EARL, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Mary E Magoon, 72 North Maine Street, Burre, Vt; enlisted Burlington, Vt, October 10, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, March 21, 1918

 

MAGRUDER, SAMUEL S, Lieutenant (Supply Corps), USNRF (class 4), (wife, Mrs Irene Malford T Magruder, 2416 Webster Street, San Francisco, Calif; appointed California), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 1918

 

MAGUET, GLENN E, Lieutenant (JG), USNRF, (wife, Mrs Margaret Maguet, 413 West Seventeenth Street, Norfolk, Va; appointed Virginia), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MAHAN, IVAN L, Machinist's Mate, 1st class (other sources), US Submarine F-4 (Skate, No.23), sank during routine training off Honolulu Harbor, March 25, 1915

 

MAHAR, JOHN JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (sister, Catherine Leffler, 300 East Street, Rensselaer, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y May 27, 1918), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MAHATHEY, JAMES, Water Tender, (wife, Jennie Mahathey, 1519 Jackson Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, March 6, 1917), USS Buena Ventura or Buenaventura, freighter (ID-1335), in convoy OV.31, torpedoed and sunk by UB.129 or U.46 (sources vary) west of France, September 16, 1918

 

MAHER, CORNELIUS PATRICK, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (Johanna Maher, 2070 Ryer Avenue, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y July 26, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

MAHEU, FRANK WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Madeline Maheu, 606 Court Street, Hoboken, N J; enlisted Albany, N Y February 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, April 13, 1917

 

MAHONEY, FRANCIS MICHAEL, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Michael Mahoney, 6635 Lyric Street, Pittsburgh, Pa; enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, May 10, 1918), USS Nebraska, battleship (later BB-14), influenza, September 21, 1918

 

MAHONEY, JAMES ALPHONSUS, Landsman for Machinist's Mate, USNRF, (mother, Katherine Mahoney, Roxbury, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, January 21, 1918), Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla, respiratory disease, October 5, 1918

 

MAHONY, SAMUEL THOMAS, Quartermaster, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Charlotte Mahony, 107 Garfleld Avenue, Revere, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, May 24, 1918), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 28, 1918

 

MAHRE, RONALD HENRY, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class USNRF, (father, August Mahre, Amery, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, May 14, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 21, 1918

 

MAILLOUX, CYRIL D J, Seaman, USNRF, (father, Cyril Mailloux, 137 River Road, New Bedford, Mass; enlisted New Bedford, Mass, May 7, 1917), Woods Hole Section, 2nd Naval District, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 22, 1918

 

MAIN, EART TATOR, Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Ruth A Main, 724 Warren Street, Hudson, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y May 20, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, disease, November 5, 1918

 

MAISENHALTER, JOHN JOSEPH, Seaman, FNRs, (father, 968 McMillan Street, Cincinnati, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, January 14, 1918), Naval Hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo, respiratory disease, June 15, 1918

 

MAJEWSKI, CASIMIR, ANDREW MATTHEW, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Mary Metler, 4104 Cornelia, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, January 30, 1917), USS Jouett, destroyer (later DD-41), drowned, September 30, 1917

 

MAJOR, FRED M, Seaman (other sources), USS Memphis, ex-Tennessee, armored cruiser (No.10), wrecked by tidal wave off Santo Domingo City, August 29, 1916

 

MAKOWSKI, MICHAEL PETER, Ship Fitter, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Katherine Makowski, 716 Ninth Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, May 8, 1918), Bellevue Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, September 26, 1918

 

MALANEY, EARL ELBERT, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Eva Lena Malaney, Redding, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, May 7, 1917), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), disease, January 16, 1918

 

MALEWITZ, JOSEPH WALTER, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, Thomas Malewitz, 53 Valley Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, June 29, 1917), USS Manley, destroyer (later DD-74), based at Queenstown, Ireland, escorting convoy (various sources refer to her being alongside an HMS Montague and rolling into her. This should read armed merchant cruiser HMS Motagua), accidental explosion of own depth charges followed by fire, DOI, March 19, 1918

 

MALLINS, JOSEPH PATRICK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Evelyn Mallins, 251 West Twenty-ninth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y May 16, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 21, 1918

 

MALLON, HARRY ANTHONY, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Josephine F Mallen, 213 Seaside Avenue, Atlantic City, N J; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, August 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, respiratory disease, September 27, 1918

 

MALLON, JAMES HUNTER, Yeoman, 3rd class, (father, Joseph Mallon, 259 West One hundred and fifty-3rd Street, New York, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y June 21, 1917), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, drowned, August 1, 1918

 

MALLORY, JOHN ROBERTSON, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Marion Watson, Springfield, Tenn; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, June 29, 1918), Naval Forces, Foreign Service, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

MALLORY, JOHN WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Sarah M Mallory, Cantrall, Ill; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, July 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, influenza, October 12, 1918

 

MALLOY, LAWRENCE JEROME, Yeoman, 3rd class, USNRF, (wife, Teresa Malloy, 130 Park Avenue, Wilkes-Barre, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, June 11, 1918), St Mary's Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 14, 1918

 

MALNORY, RAYMOND LESTER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Margaret N Malnory, R F D, No 1, Lake Ann, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, July 13, 1918), Navy Rifle Range, Camp Logan, Ill, respiratory disease, October 8, 1918

 

MALONE, ANTONE, Water Tender, USNRF, (wife, Sarah Malone, 68 Oregon Avenue, Fall River, Mass; enlisted Fall River, Mass, March 29, 1917), Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, respiratory disease, September 22, 1918

 

MALONE, EARL WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, A J Malone, Box 106, Leeds, Mo; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, April 16, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, September 28, 1918

 

MALONE, EDWARD WILLIAM, Quartermaster, 2nd class (A), (mother, Jennie Malone, 30 Oak Street, Trenton, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, January 22, 1918), Naval Air Station, Montauk, L I, N Y, respiratory disease, October 10, 1918

 

MALONE, JAMES BETHEL, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, John Harrison Malone, Right, Tenn; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, November 21, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, December 23, 1917

 

MALONE, JOHN JAMES, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, William F Malone, 2114 Mohegan Avenue, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y May 10, 1918), USS Granite State, old ship-of-the-line USS New Hampshire, training and Receiving Ship, Hudson River, drowned, July 21, 1918

 

MANCHESTER, RUSSELL BRACE, Seaman, NNV, (father, Stephen A Manchester, 96 Brayton Avenue, Fall River, Mass; enlisted Fall River, Mass, April 9, 1917), USS Kearsarge, battleship (later BB-5), drowned, June 22, 1918

 

MANCHESTER, WILLIAM A, Ensign, USNRF (class 8), (wife, Mrs Mary M Manchester, 33 Clinton Avenue, Brockton, Mass; appointed Massachusetts), Emerson Hospital, Jamaica Plain, Mass, respiratory disease, February 18, 1918

 

MANDEVILLE, GARRETT THOMPSON, Chief Quartermaster, USNRF, (mother, Clara E Mandeville, 2115 Lyndale Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, November 19, 1917), Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla, seaplane accident, killed, August 12, 1918

 

MANDEVILLE, WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Mandeville, Canton, Pa; enlisted Williamsport, Pa, July 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, November 2, 1918

 

MANIGEO, DAVID, Mess Attendant, 1st class, (wife, Ida Manigeo, 131 West Fortieth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y April 17, 1917), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 19, 1918

 

MANLEY, GEORGE HERBERT, Landsman for Quartermaster (A), (father, Herbert N Manley, 28 Woodland Road, Maplewood, N J; enlisted Baltimore, Md, March 27, 1917), Tours, France, aviation accident, DOI, August 21, 1917

 

MANN, CHARLES WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Adam Mann, 528 East Eighty-4th Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y June 18, 1917), Archangel Hospital, Russia, respiratory disease, October 21, 1917

 

MANN, CLAUDE, Oiler, (mother, Fannie Mann, 811 Columbia Station, Joliet, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, June 23, 1916), USS Manley, destroyer (later DD-74), based at Queenstown, Ireland, escorting convoy (various sources refer to her being alongside an HMS Montague and rolling into her. This should read armed merchant cruiser HMS Motagua), accidental explosion of own depth charges followed by fire, DOI, March 19, 1918

 

MANN, WALKER HILLMAN, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (William A Mann, Wingina, Va; enlisted Washington, D C, April 26, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 21, 1918

 

MANNER, WILLIAM KLINE, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (wife, Flora Manner, 206 1/2 Hamilton Avenue, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, October 13, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 24, 1918

 

MANNING, FRANK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF (not in active Service), (sister, Irene Manning, 275 classon Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y April 21, 1917), Third Naval District, New York, fell from building, June 2, 1917

 

MANNING, HENRY CLAY, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, William S Manning, Tappahannock, Va; enlisted Baltimore, Md, July 1, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

MANNING, JOHN PATRICK, Boilermaker, USNRF, (father, Michael J Manning, 1523 River Street, Hyde Park, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, December 7, 1917), Gallops Island, Boston, Mass, respiratory disease, September 30, 1918

 

MANSFIELD, FREDERICK, Fireman, USCG, (mother, Mrs Julia L Mansfield, 318 Fulton Street, Tampa, Fla, two sons), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 1918

 

MANSFIELD, HARRY ALBERT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Matilda T Mansfield, 192 Winter Street, Manchester, N H; enlisted Boston, Mass, May 31, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, August 12, 1918

 

MANSFIELD, HENRY BURMINGHAM, Rear Admiral (retired), (wife, Harriet S Mansfield, 368 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, N Y; appointed Massachusetts), at home (wife's address), disease, July 17, 1918

 

MANSFIELD, PERCY, Boy, 1st class, USCG, (mother, Mrs Julia L Mansfield, 318 Fulton Street, Tampa, Fla, two sons), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 1918

 

MANSFIELD, WILLIAM HENRY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, William Thomas Mansfield, 133 Estill Avenue, Richmond, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, May 20, 1918), USS Utah, dreadnought battleship (later BB-30), respiratory disease, October 26, 1918

 

MARAHRENS, CARL FREDERICK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (Guardian, William Butcher, 14 New Chambers Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y September 24, 1917), USS Michigan, dreadnought battleship (later BB-27), foremast carried away in heavy seas off Cape Hatteras (total of 6 killed and 13 injured), January 15, 1918

 

MARBLE, RALPH LEANDER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (brother, Herbert Marble, 108 Twenty-eighth Street, Milwaukee, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, June 4, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, disease, October 13, 1918

 

MARCHBANKS, ROY NIMROD, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Eliza Marchbanks, Whitman, Nebr; enlisted Salt Lake City, Utah, December 4, 1917), Receiving Ship, New York, N Y, disease, March 19, 1918

 

MARCUS, ARNOLD, Lieutenant (JG), (wife, Mrs Helen C Marcus, Mill Valley, Calif; appointed New York), US Submarine A-7 (Shark), patrols off Manila, P I, Commanding Officer, internal gasoline explosion and fire in Manila Bay on 24th, died of burns and smoke inhalation, July 25, 1917

 

MARION, ALVA RAY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Florence Marion, New Sharon, Iowa; enlisted Portland, Oreg, April 9, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Wash, respiratory disease, October 8, 1918

 

MARION, FRANCIS JAMES, Seaman, (father, James H Marion, 127 Virginia Street, Waterloo, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y October 18, 1917), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

 

MARK, MELVIN RAY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (uncle, George Russell, Seibert, Colo; enlisted Denver, Colo, July 1, 1918), Receiving Ship, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 21, 1918

 

MARKLEY, CHARLES FREDERICK, Yeoman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Sadie Markley, 203 North Tenth Street, Reading, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 23, 1918), Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 7, 1918

 

MARKS, MAYNARD THOMAS, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Augustus L Marks, 56 Humphreys Street, Dorchester, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, August 12, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 15, 1918

 

MARKS, VAYNE DALE, Electrician, 2nd class (R), (sister, Vera Barnett, 5095 Cabanne Street, St Louis, Mo; enlisted Puget Sound, Wash, November 24, 1916), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 14, 1918

 

MAROON, CLAUDE LESLIE, Boatswain's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Emma Houston, 708 Santa Clara Street, Vallejo, Calif; enlisted Chico, Calif, November 10, 1917), Section Naval Base, San Diego, Calif, influenza, November 2, 1918

 

MARQUEZ, PASCUAL, Cabin Cook, (niece, Nemecia Marquez, Albay, PI; enlisted New York, N Y August 9, 1916), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), respiratory disease, March 30, 1918

 

MARR, WILLIAM SAMUEL, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Ella Sloan, 625 Norris Street, Ottumwa, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, May 21, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 13, 1918

 

MARSH, FRANK, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (father, King Marsh, 312 North Coyal Street, Pensacola, Fla; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, October 25, 1917), USS Melville, destroyer tender (No.2, later AD-2), based at Queenstown, Ireland, respiratory disease, November 10, 1918

 

MARSHALL, CLIFFORD FRANK, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Jennie E Haynes, Bastrop, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, April 11, 1917), USS Montana, armored cruiser (No.13, later CA-13), disease, June 3, 1917

 

MARSHALL, CLIFTON GOULD, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Stella Gould Marshall, West Upton Mass; enlisted Portland, Me, June 18, 1918), Quarantine Station, Gallops Island, Mass, respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

MARSHALL, GEORGE, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Sophia Marshall Wright, Box 118, Bartlesville, Okla; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 30, 1918), Naval Station, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 31, 1918

 

MARSHALL, HARRY EVERETT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Nannie Isabel Marshall, R R No 1, De Soto, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Kans, July 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 19, 1918

 

MARSHALL, PERLEY ROSCOE, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (wife, Reva Vera Marshall, Clear Lake, Iowa; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 8, 1918), Quarantine Station, Gallops Island, Mass, respiratory disease, September 27, 1918

 

MARSHALL, RICHARD FOSTER, Engineman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Lillian Marshall, 69 Reservoir Street, Cambridge, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 24, 1918), Gallops Island, Boston, Mass, respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

 

MARSHALL, THERON WALDO, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, (father, Frank Marshall, Abingdon, Ill; enlisted Peorla, Ill, July 10, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 6, 1918

 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM GARFIELD, Warrant Officer’s Steward, (wife, Gladys Marshall, 111 West One hundred and thirty-eighth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y December 19, 1917), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 1918

 

MARSHBURN, DJALMA, Quartermaster, 2nd class, (father, Otis M Marshburn, 201 South Baylan Avenue, Raleigh, N C; enlisted Raleigh, N C, April 9, 1917), Naval Air Station, Dunkirk, France, drowned, May 20, 1918

 

MARSTERS, RALPH GRANT, Chief Boatswain's Mate, USNRF, (mother, Carrie B Marsters, 22 Ledyard Street, New London, Conn; enlisted New London, Conn, June 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, died, October 13, 1918

 

MARSTON, EARL HAROLD, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Estelle Marston, Canton, Me; enlisted Portland, Me, April 22, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, May 26, 1917

 

MARTEL, JOSEPH LOUIS, Boatswain's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary A Martel, Ipswich Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, December 5, 1917), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 1918

 

MARTIN, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Coxswain, for W M, (father, Samuel W Martin, 234 East New Street, Lancaster, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, February 9, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MARTIN, CHARLES AMOS, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (father, William H Martin, 518 Andover Street, Lawrence, Mass; enlisted New York, N Y December 7, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 23, 1918

 

MARTIN, CLARENCE LOFTON, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (Constance T Martin, Avenue K and Sixth Street, Crowley, La; enlisted New Orleans, La, December 14, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, April 3, 1918

 

MARTIN, EARL CROUSE, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Harry W Martin, 1924 Penn Street, Harrisburg, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, January 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

MARTIN, ERCELL WILLIAM, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (father, William J Martin, 1012 South Chadwick Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, September 21, 1917), USS Von Steuben, ex-German liner Kronprinz Wilhelm, troop transport (ID-3017), sailing Brest for Norfolk, No.2, 5in gun fired at suspected U-boat (flotsam), shell exploded prematurely, killed, March 5, 1918

 

MARTIN, GEORGE EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (sister, Clide Martin, Goodlett, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, July 16, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, January 18, 1918

 

MARTIN, GEORGE ELLSWORTH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Alice Martin, 113 Bird Avenue, Buffalo, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y July 13, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 3, 1918

 

MARTIN, HERALD VERNON, Yeoman, 3rd class, (father, Vern Martin, Fort Scott Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, May 6, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, September 19, 1917

 

MARTIN, HERSCHEL NEY, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (wife, Hortense A Martin, 433a Kimbrough Street, Springfield, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, July 18, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

MARTIN, HUGH GEARY, Yeoman, 1st class, (mother, Julia Martin, 232 Front Street, McComb, Miss; enlisted Houston, Tex, May 2, 1917), USS Roanoke, ex-passenger & cargo steamer El Dia, minelayer (ID-1695), based at Invergordon, Scotland, fell from express train (possibly in Scotland), July 2, 1918

 

MARTIN, JOHN ADRIAN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (brother, Henry P Martin, 185 Maple Street, New Britain, Conn; enlisted New Haven, Conn, June 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MARTIN, JOSEPH ARTHUR, Electrician, 3rd class (G), (mother, Jennie A Martin, 1145 Saginaw Street, Salem, Mass; enlisted Portland, Oreg, March 15, 1916), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, June 13, 1918

 

MARTIN, JOSEPH DENNIS TELESPHORE, jr, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Joseph D T Martin, 854 Brockton Avenue, Arlington, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 23, 1917), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 21, 1918

 

MARTIN, JOSEPH, Fireman, 1st class, (father, Edward J Martin, 62 Rodman Street, Quincy, Mass; enlisted New York, N Y January 5, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, disease, January 20, 1918

 

MARTIN, LEWIS HYPOLITE, Chief Quartermaster, USNRF (not in active Service), (mother, Constance Thibodaux Martin, 623 East Sixth Street, Crowley, La; enlisted New Orleans, La, August 30, 1918), at home, influenza, October 19, 1918

 

MARTIN, RUDOLPH HENRY, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Daniel F Martin, Nesses, S C; enlisted Columbia, S C, July 20, 1918), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, respiratory disease, October 9, 1918

 

MARTIN, SHIRLEY WILLIAMSON, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, (mother, Nancy Martin, Five Mile, Ala; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, April 21, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, May 16, 1917

 

MARTIN, VAN M, Chief Quartermaster (A), USNRF, (wife, Margueritte C Martin, Hutchinson, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 20, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Wash, respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

MARTIN, WALTER JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, John Francis Martin, Frazee, Minn; enlisted Salt Lake City, Utah, November 24, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, November 4, 1918

 

MARTINE, GEORGE, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Herman Martine, Chaseburg, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, August 7, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 27, 1918

 

MARTINEZ, MANUEL JOSEPH, Ship's Cook, 2nd class, (mother, Susana L Martinez, box 273, Laukersham, Calif; enlisted El Paso, Tex, October 11, 1917), Section 1, Norfolk Va, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

MARTONE, ANGIOLINO, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, John Martone, Cervinara, Italy; enlisted New York, N Y June 11, 1918), USS Leviathan, ex-German liner Vaterland, troop transport (ID-1326), respiratory disease, September 14, 1918

 

MARVELLE (also MARVILLE), PAUL Le BARON, Gunners Mate, 2nd class, USN, (father, James A Marvelle, 45 Main Street, Wareham, Mass), USS Seneca, ex-USCG revenue cutter, ocean escort, member of steaming party on torpedoed British tanker SS Wellington in Gibraltar convoy OM.99, drowned attempting to abandon ship, September 16, 1918

 

MASO, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Charlotte Maso, West Washington Street, Monroe, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee Wis, July 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

MASON, BERNARD WILLIAM, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class USNRF, (father, William L Mason 73 Sand Street, Stapleton, Staten Island, N Y; enlisted Tompkinsville N Y July 9, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 11, 1918

 

MASON, CHARLES EUGENE, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (sister, Jennie Mason, 405 North Redfield Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia Pa, July 27, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia Pa, influenza, October 13, 1918

 

MASON, FRANCIS ARTHUR, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, (father, Samuel Knox Mason, La Fayette, Ga; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, June 7, 1917), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, N H, respiratory disease, February 20, 1918

 

MASON, WALKER BRIGGS, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (father, Otis N Mason, Wrentham, Mass; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, November 30, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, May 19, 1918

 

MASOTES, FLORENCIO, Steerage Cook, (mother, Paula Ingua, Real Street, Camalig, Albay, PI; enlisted Montevideo, Uruguay, February 14, 1918), Willard Parker Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

  

MASSEE, NEEDHAM JEROME, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Ludie B Massee, Marshallville, Ga; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, December 10, 1917), Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, respiratory disease, October 9, 1918 (BN - duplicated entry, also listed as NEEDHAM, JEROME MASSEE)

 

MASSEY, JAMES, Chief Machinist's Mate, (wife, Nellie Massey, 521 Fayette Street, Portsmouth, Vn; enlisted Charleston, S C, June 15, 1918), Receiving Ship, Norfolk, Va, disease, August 30, 1918

 

MATCHETT, JOHN ROBERT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, William S Matchett, R 2, Kingston, Mo; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, May 21, 1918), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, respiratory disease, September 26, 1918

 

MATHENY, CHRISTOPHER LOVELL, Landsman for Yeoman, (father, J W Matheny, Holly Hill, S C; enlisted Columbia, S C, April 20, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, disease, May 18, 1917

 

MATHERS, JOHN TERRY, Electrician, 3rd class (R), (mother, Lilly Ellen Mathers, 503 North Marion Avenue, Washington, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, April 24, 1917), SS Lake City, freighter, sunk in collision with SS James McGee off Key West, killed (total of 29 lost), October 3, 1918

 

MATHESON, CHARLES B, Mess Attendant, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Isabelle Matheson, Mattapau, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, February 20, 1917), Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, disease, September 10, 1917

 

MATHEWS, WILLIAM CLYDE, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Amanda Mathews, San Augustine, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, May 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

MATHIEU, JULIEN, jr, Ensign, USNRF (class 4-3), (father, Julien Mathieu, sr, 555 Chatwood Street, Oakland, Calif; appointed California), Merritt Hospital, San Francisco, Calif, respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

MATHIS, ARTHUR FRANK, Fireman, 2nd class, (William E Mathis, Cottonplant, Ark; enlisted Pensacola, Fla, December 28, 1916), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, January 9, 1918

 

MATHIS, LEON ABBOTT, Ensign, USNRF (class 3), (mother, Elizabeth Mathis, 341 North Vermont Avenue, Atlantic City, N J; appointed New Jersey), Monstown Hospital, Kingstown Ireland, respiratory disease, October 28, 1918

 

MATIASEK, LOUIS JOHN, Carpenter's Mate, USNRF, (mother, Barbara Matiasek, 2405 Winfield Avenue, Berwyri, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, August 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 6, 1918

 

MATIC, FELIX, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (mother, Maria Andaya, Bacolor, Pampanga, PI; enlisted Cavite, PI, July 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 28, 1918

 

MATRE, LAWRENCE SYLVANOUS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Catherine Matre, 6458 Magnolia Avenue, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, June 17, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, October 7, 1918

 

MATSON, MARSHALL EWALD, Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Anna Matson, 2629 Mallon Street, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, March 8, 1917), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va, respiratory disease, April 15, 1918

 

MATTATALL, FRANK SANBORN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Eva Mattatall, East Machias, Me; enlisted Portland, Me, July 3, 1918), Quarantine Station, Gallops Island, Mass, respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

 

MATTER, SHERMAN EDWIN, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Hattie Matter, Plainfield, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, July 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 28, 1918

 

MATTESON, JOSEPH LEONARD, Machinist, USNRF, (wife, Lottie M Matteson, 11 Sisson Court, Bayonne, N J; appointed New Jersey), at home Bayonne, N J, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

MATTESON, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, William Matteson, Main Street, Natick, R I; enlisted Newport, R I, April 6, 1917), USS Hull, destroyer (later DD-7), lost overboard, December 14, 1917

 

MATTHEWS, DAVID SANDERS, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Oscar Matthews, Ozark, Ala; enlisted Birmingham, Ala, July 17, 1918), Naval Air Station, Killingholme, England, respiratory disease, November 3, 1918

 

MATTHEWS, EDGAR ANDREW, Landsman for Quartermaster (A), USNRF, (father, Roswell Matthews, Southwick, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, July 17, 1918), Dunwoody Naval Training School, Minneapolis, Minn, respiratory disease, November 9, 1918

 

MATTHEWS, ERNEST LEOPOLD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Frederick G Matthews, route No 1, Mora, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 9, 1918), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, influenza, October 2, 1918

 

MATTHIESSEN, ALFRED HENRY, Ship's Cook, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Lillie Cora Simonson, Pavlak, Nev; enlisted Reno, Nev, September 25, 1917), Section Naval Base, San Diego, Calif, influenza, October 29, 1918

 

MATTICKS, JOHN WESLEY, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Mrs Hattie C Matticks, 115 West Broad Street, Millville, N J; enlisted Baltimore, Md, December 7, 1917), University of Maryland, Baltimore, Md, respiratory disease, October 18, 1918

 

MATTINGLY, GEORGE GUYTON, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, George W Mattingly, R R 2, Nicholasville, Ky; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, March 22, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, May 25, 1918

 

MATTISON, HOMER EDWARD, Electrician, 3rd class (R), USNRF, (mother, Alice Mattison, Comstock, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y June 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 7, 1918

 

MATTOX, BARNEY WILLIAM, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Dennis Mattox, Southville, Miss; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, December 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, January 18, 1918

 

MATTSON, BERNHARD, Fireman, 1st class, (father, S M Johnston, Bowas Mora, Sweden; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, June 1, 1915), USS Dochra, freighter (ID-1758), respiratory disease, November 8, 1918

 

MATTSON, EDWARD JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, (sister, Llla Mattson, Eveleth, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, January 8, 1917), USS North Dakota, dreadnought battleship (later BB-29), drowned, January 15, 1918

 

MATZ, ROY GUSTAV, Seaman, USNRF, (sister, Lucille Matz, 333 California Street, San Francisco, Calif; enlisted San Pedro, Calif, December 11, 1917), Naval Training Camp, San Pedro, Calif, respiratory disease, November 8, 1918

 

MAUPIN, HARRY, Coxswain, (mother, Milichia Angeline Maupin, Richland, Wash; enlisted Seattle, Wash, April 19, 1917), Naval Hospital, Key West, Fla, respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

MAURER, JOHN SHERMAN, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, (mother, Alice Maurer, East A Street, Ontario, Calif; enlisted Los Angeles, Calif, May 7, 1917), Dunwoody Industrial Institute, Minneapolis, Minn, drowned, August 11, 1918

 

MAWDSLEY, WILLIAM CHARLES, Lieutenant, USNRF(class 3), (wife, Florence Ann Mawdsley, 13 Airlie Road, Holyoke, Cheshire, England; appointed Holyoke, England), USS Buena Ventura or Buenaventura, freighter (ID-1335), in convoy OV.31, torpedoed and sunk by UB.129 or U.46 (sources vary) west of France, September 16, 1918

 

MAXWELL, DAVID MARION, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd class, (father, David A Maxwell, Lockesburg, Ark; enlisted Dallas, Tex, December 31, 1914), Company A, Fifth Marines, in France, wounded in action, June 17, 1918

 

MAXWELL, JENNINGS BRYAN, Fireman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John A Maxwell, McLean, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, June 5, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MAY, FRANK HENRY, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Joseph May, Sturgis, S Dak; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, December 8, 1917), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, January 18, 1918

 

MAY, JOSEPH EARL Fireman, 2nd class, (father, R J May, Riley Station, Birmingham, Ala; enlisted Birmingham, Ala, June 2, 1917), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, November 22, 1917

 

MAYER, FRANK JOSEPH, Baker, 2nd class, (brother, John Mayer, 512 Dandridge Street, Cincinnati, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati Ohio, March 31, 1917), USS Orizaba, troop transport (ID-1536), developing ship's depth charge launcher, depth charge accidentally exploded, DOI, August 17, 1918

 

MAYER, JOHN VALENTINE, Landsman for Machinists' Mate (A), USNRF, (Herman F Mayer, 221 East Utica Street, Buffalo, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y July 11, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

MAYERS, EDMUND, Oiler, (wife, Cora Mayers, 188 Sumner Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y June 30, 1916), Naval Hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo, respiratory disease, November 22, 1917

 

MAYES, CHARLES WESLEY, Seaman, (mother, Cora Mayes, Barker, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, April 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

MAYNARD, HARRY ARNEL, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Ellen Maynard, West Booth and College Streets, Paris, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, April 29, 1917), Naval Officers Training School, Baltimore, Md, respiratory disease, November 1, 1918

 

MAYO, HENRY CARL, Machinist's Mate, 1st class (A), (mother, Minnie Mayo, Rouses Point, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y December 3, 1917), Red Cross Military Hospital No 806, Malabry, Paris, respiratory disease, October 31, 1918

 

McADAMS, WILLIAM JAMES, Chief Water Tender, (mother, Annie Jane McAdams, 92 Morningside Avenue, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y December 14, 1915), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McALISTER, JOHN B, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Polly Phillips, Bayview, Kootenai County, Idaho; enlisted Portland, Oreg, July 23, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Wash, respiratory disease, October 9, 1918

 

McALLISTER, CLARENCE HENRY, Ship's Cook, 3rd class, (father, Charles McAllister, Akron, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y June 7, 1917), USS President Lincoln, ex-German liner, troop transport (no ID #), torpedoed and sunk by U90 about 600 miles west of France, May 31, 1918

 

McALLISTER, LEONARD N, Coxswain, (sister, Lillian McAllister, Neoga, Ill; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, April 27, 1917), USS Atlantic Second (not identified), accidentally drowned, November 10, 1918

 

McALLISTER, WEDWORTH WEST, Chief Yeoman, USNRF, (mother, Lillie L McAllister, 31 Ames Avenue, Mitteneague, Mass; enlisted New York, N Y November 2, 1917), at home Mittineague, Mass, disease, July 26, 1918

 

McANULTY, BRANNON, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Francis McAnulty, Malone, Fla; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, February 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, April 9, 1918

 

McARDLE, JOHN PAUL, Carpenter's Mate, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, E J McArdle, Ill Broadway, Wilmete, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, June 17, 1918), Naval Auxiliary Reserve School, Chicago, Ill, injured, DOI, August 22, 1918

 

McARTHUR, EARL BYRON, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Lyle T McArthur, 704 Ravine Avenue, Peoria, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, August 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 29, 1918

 

McAVOY, WILLIAM RICHARD, Ensign, USNRF (class 3), (Barbara McAvoy, 2419 Van Courtland Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y; appointed New York), at home (same address), respiratory disease, October 27, 1918

 

McBAIN, EARL WESLEY, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Cora Goad, Keystone S Dak; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, April 9, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, May 18, 1918

 

McBRIDE, EARL LYLE, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Frances McBride Clark, Gray, Okla; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 23, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

McBRIDE, JOHN ALEXANDER, Quartermaster, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Janet McBride, 5419 Jefferson Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, March 11, 1918), USS SC-209, submarine chaser, mistaken for U-boat, sunk by gunfire of Coast Guard-crewed transport USS Felix Taussig (ID 2282) south of Long Island, N Y, August 27, 1918

 

McBRIDE, JOHN GAYDEN, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, LOUIS D McBride, Florence, Miss; enlisted Jackson, Miss, May 14, 1917), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 1918

 

McBURNEY, JOHN FRANCIS, Landsman for Electrician (G), (father, William McBurney, South Roanoke, Va; enlisted Richmond, Va, July 9, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 21, 1918

 

McCABE, JOHN LEO, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Philip McCabe, 161 East Seventy-fifth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y March 21, 1918), Royal Naval Hospital, Bermuda, influenza, October 7, 1918

 

McCABE, WARREN BENNETT, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mabel McCabe, Rushville, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, July 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

McCAFFREY, PATRICK FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Patrick McCaffrey, 523 Broad Street, Lonsdale, R I; enlisted Newport, R I, May 8, 1918), Naval Training Station, Newport, R I, asphyxiation by illuminating gas, June 26, 1918

 

McCAIN, GEORGE LEO, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Bertha G McCain, 508 North Jackson Street, Robinson, Ill; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, April 4, 1916), USS Bainbridge, destroyer (later DD-1), disease, July 3, 1918

 

McCALISTER, CHARLES JACKSON, Blacksmith, (wife, Daisy McCalister, 459 North First Street, Terre Haute, Ind; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 9, 1915), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 17, 1918

 

McCALL, FRANK STEPHEN, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Michael McCall, 95 Cross Street, Providence, R I; enlisted Providence, R I, May 2, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, May 30, 1917

 

McCALL, GEORGE, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Jane McCall, Decorah, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, May 31, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

 

McCALLA, RICHARD CALVIN, Chief Quartermaster (A), (sister, Margaret G Scott, Johnson City, Tenn; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, July 21, 1917), Naval Station, Pensacola, Fla, seaplane accident, killed, May 10, 1918

 

McCALLAN, JAMES LESTER, Landsman for Electrician (G), USNRF, (Cousin, Ella Heiman, 876 Twenty-eighth Street, Milwaukee, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, July 2, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

McCANN, GEORGE HENRY, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Catherine McCann, 2501 Potter Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, January 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

McCANN, RICHARD WARD, Landsman for, for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (mother, Effie Anna McCann, Willsboro, N Y; enlisted Detroit, Mich, July 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

McCARTER, JESSE BRYAN, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Perry E McCarter, Boaz, N Mex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, August 24, 1916), USS Pittsburgh, ex-Pennsylvania, armored cruiser (No.4, later CA-4), most of war in South American waters, respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

McCARTHY ANTHONY PETER, Machinist (retired), (wife, Margaret McCarthy, 1125 Cogcan Avenue, Bremerton, Wash; appointed Pennsylvania), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, respiratory disease, October 15, 1918

 

McCARTHY, EDWIN GERARD, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Anna Francis McCarthy, 1540 Tremont Street, Roxbury Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, August 6, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Bumkin Island, Mass, influenza, October 29, 1918

 

McCARTHY, EUGENE SIMON, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Maurice C McCarthy, 505 North Roosevelt Street, Bloomington, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, August 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 11, 1918

 

McCARTHY, JOHN HUMPHREY, Seaman (Signalman), (mother, Anna Brown McCarthy, 1006 University Avenue, East, Gainesville, Fla; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, May 24, 1918), USS New Hampshire, battleship (later BB-25), respiratory disease, November 7, 1918

 

McCARTHY, JUSTIN ALOYSIUS, Lieutenant (JG) (Medical Corps), USNRC, (brother, Dr Charles A McCarthy, 183 East Sixty-Fourth Street, New York, N Y; appointed California), Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, respiratory disease, September 26, 1918

 

McCARTHY, ROBERT FLORENCE, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Eugene McCarthy, 1929 Philip Street, Philidelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, December 10, 1917), USS Alabama, battleship (later BB-8), on board USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), boiler accident, scalded, died two hours later, March 15, 1918

 

McCARTHY, THOMAS CARROLL, Ensign, USNRF (class 5), (mother, Margaret McCarthy, 1336 Fayette Street, North Side, Pittsburgh, Pa; appointed Pennsylvania), Pensacola, Fla, seaplane accident, killed, September 25, 1918

 

McCARTNEY, CLARENCE H, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class NNV, (stepmother, Jennie McCartney, 1108 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y July 10, 1917), USS Cherokee, ex- Luckenbach No.2, tug (ID-458), foundered in gale about 12 miles off Fenwick Island Light Vessel, February 26, 1918

 

McCAULEY, HAROLD WRIGHT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Sappho Lane McCauley, 903 Burnett Avenue, Ames, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, June 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 4, 1918

 

McCAULEY, IRVON EWELL, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, John E McCauley, Warehouse Point, Conn; enlisted Boston, Mass, April 9, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, August 22, 1917

 

McCAUSLAND, HARRY, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, William McCausland, Osborne, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, August 22, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

McCELLAN, GEORGE EARL, Ordinary Seaman, USCG, (mother, Mrs Ida Mccellan, 1703 Maple Street, Louisville, Ky), USCG, New York Division, at New York Harbor, accidental discharge of his rifle, June 18, 1918

 

McCLAIN, GEORGE BUSHNELL, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, Milton H McClain, 318 McLemore Avenue, Memphis, Tenn; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, July 11, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McCLANAHAN, CARY, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Mattie McClanahan, Nicholasville, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

McCLANAHAN, GUY STEPHEN, Yeoman, 2nd class, (father, Frank McClanahan, Farmersburg, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, June 4, 1917), Naval Hospital, Washington, D C, disease, August 25, 1918

 

McCLUER, RALPH EDGAR, Electrician, 2nd class (G), (mother, Josephine McCluer, 4784 Pallister Avenue, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Dallas, Tex, October 3, 1916), US Submarine F-1 (Carp, No.20), sunk in collision with sister boat F-3, underway off California, drowned, December 17, 1917

 

McCLURE, LLOYD EDWARD, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Mary F McClure, Colchester, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, July 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 21, 1918

 

McCOMB, JOE GILLIS, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (wife, Edith P McComb, Oceanside, Calif; enlisted Mare Island, Calif, April 18, 1917), USS Pueblo, ex-Colorado, armored cruiser (No.7, later CA-7)), respiratory disease, September 23, 1918

 

McCOMISKEY, WILLIAM HENRY, Carpenter's Mate, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Edward McComiskey, South Scituate, R I; enlisted Newport, R I, July 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

McCONKEY, ROBERT JOHNSON, Fireman, 2nd class, (mother, Ella Little, R F D 3, Mont Vernon Wash; enlisted Seattle, Wash, June 30, 1917), USS West Bridge, freighter (ID-2888), in convoy, torpedoed and badly damaged by U.107 some 400 miles west of France, August 15, 1918

 

McCONNELL, JESSE HOWARD, Chief Gunner's Mate, USNRF, (wife, Nina K McConnell, 1420 Brookes Street, San Diego, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, September 17, 1917), Naval Auxiliary Reserve School, Chicago, Ill, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

McCONNELL, JOSEPH MARSEE, Landsman for Electrician, USNRF, (father, Weston H McConnell, La Fontaine, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, February 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 11, 1918

 

McCORD, IRWIN ALONZO, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Hannah V McCord, Frankton, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis Ind, June 6, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, December 21, 1917

 

McCORKLE, HENRY, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (sister, Viola Johnson, 1816 North Ringgold Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, September 20, 1917), USS Von Steuben, ex-German liner Kronprinz Wilhelm, troop transport (ID-3017), wounded, but not in action, April 4, 1918

 

McCORKLE, HUGH ARCHIBALD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (sister, Mary B Raines, Beaman, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, June 13, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Wash, disease, November 1, 1918

 

McCORMICK, ALEXANDER AGNEW, Lieutenant (JG), USNRF (class 5), (father, A McCormick 5816 Blackstone Avenue, Chicago, Ill; appointed Illinois), Aerial gunner, at General Hospital, No 30 Calais, France, enemy action, DOI, September 24, 1918

 

McCORMICK, EMMETT LAWRENCE, Apprentice Seaman, (father, William A McCormick, Crystal City, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, August 10, 1918), Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 31, 1918

 

McCORMICK, FRANK HENRY, Quartermaster, 3rd class, (mother, Nora Amundsen, 9869 Sunnyside Street, Oakland, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, February 16, 1915), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McCOURTY, JAMES, Machinist, USNRF, (mother, Mary McCourty, Seventeenth and Fruit Streets, Worcester, Mass; appointed Illinois), USS Lakemoor, also Lake Moore, freighter (ID-2180), torpedoed by UB64 in Irish Sea, April 11, 1918

 

McCOY, ALLISON JOE, Chief Boatswain's Mate, (mother, Mrs F Crandall, Box 283, Deertrail, Colo; enlisted Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, August 19, 1916), USS Pittsburgh, ex-Pennsylvania, armored cruiser (No.4, later CA-4), most of war in South American waters, respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

McCOY, FORREST RAY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Edgar M McCoy, Urich, Mo; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, May 4, 1918), Kingston Avenue Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 15, 1918

 

McCRARY, HARRY LEE, Electrician, 1st class, (sister, Mary B McCrary, 253 Maple Street, Laurel, Miss; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, February 7, 1917), Submarine Base, San Pedro, Calif, injured, DOI, December 9, 1917

 

McCRAW, HERBERT GLENN, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF (not in active Service), (wife, Eva Bernice McCraw, Lyons, Nebr; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, August 14, 1918), Lyons, Nebr, influenza/respiratory disease, October 18, 1918

 

McCRAY, ROBERT FRANCIS, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Nellie McCray, R 4, Jamesport, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, May 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 6, 1918

 

McCRAY, ROBERT, Ship's Cook, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Capus McCray, Navy Yards, care of Harry Brown, Building No 5, Charleston, S C; enlisted New York, N Y May 10, 1917), USS Alcedo, yacht (SP-166), torpedoed and sunk by UC.71 off French west coast, November 5, 1917

 

McCREERY, WILLIAM H, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (father, Robert W McCreery, 168 Bank Street, Fall River, Mass; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y December 14, 1917), Naval Hospital, Pensacola, Fla, disease, February 11, 1918

 

McCRISAKEN, JOSEPH BERNARD, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd classttt, (mother, Phoeba L McCrisaken, 101 Pearl Street, Washington, Ind ttt; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind ttt, April 16, 1917), USS Marietta, gunboat (No.15, later PG-15) ttt, influenza ttt, October 14, 1918

 

McCULLAH, HERMAN ELLIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John C McCullah, R F D 2, Aurora, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, July 16, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

McCULLOUGH, JAMES, Coppersmith, USNRF, (mother, Margaret McCullough, 2827 Popular Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 7, 1917), Receiving Ship, Philadelphia, Pa, respiratory disease, September 22, 1918

 

McCULLOUGH, JOHN CAMERON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, William McCullough, 4058 Howley Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa; enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, May 9, 1918), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, influenza, September 26, 1918

 

McCULLOUGH, LEWIS DAVID, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Clark B McCullough, Manhattan, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, June 1, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Wash, respiratory disease, October 5, 1918

 

McCULLOUGH, SILAS MARTIN, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Fannie McCullough, Cleveland, Ala; enlisted Birmingham, Ala, June 3, 1918), USS Comfort, ex-passenger ship Havana, hospital ship (later AH-3), influenza, September 22, 1918

 

McCULLY, RAWSON CLARENCE, Fireman, 2nd class, (mother, Addiline Foster, 1226 East Fifty-2nd Street, Los Angeles, Calif; enlisted Denver, Colo, December 12, 1917), Willard Parker Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, October 14, 1918

 

McCURRY, JOSEPH EMERSON, Yeoman, 3rd class, USNRF, (wife, Fannie Mae Hunt McCurry, 220 West Warley Street, Florence, S C; enlisted Georgetown, S C, June 17, 1918), USS Montauk, ex-trawler, coastal minesweeper (SP-392), ran aground on Cumberland Island, off Georgia in gale and foundered, drowned, August 21, 1918

 

McDANIEL, RICHARD HUGHIE, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Raleigh D McDaniel, Magnolia, Miss; enlisted Jackson, Miss, June 25, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McDERMOTT, MARTIN A, Seaman (other sources), USS Memphis, ex-Tennessee, armored cruiser (No.10), wrecked by tidal wave off Santo Domingo City, August 29, 1916

 

McDONALD, HAL BAKER, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, James E McDonald, 718 East Montgomery Avenue Ashland, Conn; enlisted Parkersburg, W Va, March 24, 1917), Naval Hospital, Washington, D C, disease, May 27, 1917

 

McDONALD, JESSE ELIARS, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Martha E McDonald Spurger, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, August 15, 1918), Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 14, 1918

 

McDONALD, JOSEPH GABRIEL, Commissary Steward, USNRF, (wife, Mary M McDonald, 2131 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D C; enlisted Washington, D C, June 17, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, September 28, 1918

 

McDONALD, JOSEPH MICHAEL, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary McDonald, 721 Ninth Street, La Salle, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, May 22, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 30, 1918

 

McDONALD, KARL, Landsman for Musician, USNRF, (father, Leroy McDonald, Ashville, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati Ohio, May 31, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 30, 1918

 

McDONALD, SIDNEY SHERRILL, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Bell Burse McDonald, Lafollette, Tenn; enlisted Nashville, Term, July 6, 1917), USS Wicomico, ex-USS Choctaw, harbor tug (later YT-26), possibly Washington Navy Yard, lost overboard, July 14, 1918

 

McDONOUGH, EDWARD, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Bartholomew McDonough, general delivery, Seattle, Wash; enlisted Seattle, Wash, June 8, 1917), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, N H, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

McDONOUGH, GEORGE JOSEPH, Chief Boatswain's Mate, (brother, Frank X McDonough, 110 Edsall Avenue, New York, N Y; enlisted Norfolk, Va, December 24, 1914), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 2, 1918

 

McDOUGALL, ABRAHAM CLIFFORD, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Eliza B McDougall, Tallahassee, Fla; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, December 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, January 8, 1918

 

McDOUGALL, WILLIAM JAS, Jr, Engineman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Jennie McDougall, 1011 Oakdale Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, March 23, 1917), USS Chicago, ex-protected cruiser, ex-training ship, flagship Atlantic Submarine Force (later CA-14), respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

McDOUGLE, BENJAMIN HOMER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John A McDougle, R F D 1, Orlando, Fla; enlisted Jacksonville, Fla, June 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va, respiratory disease, October 8, 1918

 

McELREE, REUBEN, Coxswain, (Ella McElree, Suffren, N Y; enlisted Norfolk, Va, December 12, 1916), USS Delaware, dreadnought battleship (later BB-28), respiratory disease, June 25, 1918

 

McELROY, JEROME, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Nellie McElroy, Montgomery, Center, Vt; enlisted Burlington, Vt, March 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 20, 1918

 

McELVEEN, LOWELL HUDSON, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Zetta McElveen, Timrnonsville, S C; enlisted Columbia, S C, December 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, disease, February 27, 1918

 

McELWEE, JOSEPH ANTHONY, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (brother, Owen McElwee, Main Street, Sugar Notch, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 16, 1918), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, influenza, October 12, 1918

 

McELYEA, GEORGE GREEN, Apprentice Seaman, (father, John H McElyea, R 1, Yoakum, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, August 16, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 17, 1918

 

McENANY, VINCENT FRANCIS, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Peter J McEnany, R R 1, Bryan, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, July 12, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 27, 1918

 

McEVOY, JOSEPH ARTHUR, Seaman, (mother, Mary McArthur, Lake View, Wash; enlisted Seattle, Wash, May 9, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, January 17, 1918

 

McFADDEN, JOHN ALLEN, Yeoman, 1st class, USNRF, (wife, Pauline A McFadden, 3243 P Street N W, Washington, D C; enlisted Washington, D C, June 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Washington, D C, influenza, October 18, 1918

 

McFARLAND, FOREST, Fireman; 2nd class, (father, Frank McFarland, Winchester, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, November 12, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, April 17, 1918

 

McFARLANE, GEORGE, Landsman for Electrician (G), USNRF, (brother, James McFarlane Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, England; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, June 20, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 24, 1918

 

McGAHN, LEO JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Nora McGahn, 626 Bennett Street, Appleton, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, July 10, 1918), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), respiratory disease, October 8, 1918

 

McGAHREN, GEORGE ANTHONY, Landsman for Yeoman, (mother, Mrs John McGahren, 36 Butler Street, Dorranceton, Pa; enlisted Wilkes-Barre, Pa, August 5, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 11, 1918

 

McGALLIARD, GEORGE TOMLINSON, Fireman, 1st class, (father, Charles McGalliard, II F D, 5, Bridgeton, N J; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 31, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, April 22, 1918

 

McGEEHAN, JAMES, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Patrick McGeehan, Fintown, Ireland; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Cape May, N J, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

McGHEE, ROBERT MONTGOMERY, Pharmacist, 2nd class, (father, J W McGhee, Clennan, Fla; enlisted Galveston, Tex, June 30, 1913), Shangai Isolation Hospital, Shangai, China, disease, September 3, 1917

 

McGILL, CLARENCE McCUTCHEON, Lieutenant Commander, (father, Dr Peter McGill, 225 Somerset Street, Bound Brook, N J; appointed New Jersey), USS Frederick, ex-Maryland, armored cruiser (No.8, later CA-8), respiratory disease, September 30, 1918

 

McGINNESS, ERNEST ANDREW, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Margaret K McGinness, Grange, Ark; enlisted Little Rock, Ark, June 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 16, 1918

 

McGINNESS, JOHN HERBERT, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, John McGinniss, 41 Andrew Street, Sharon, Pa; enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, June 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 25, 1918

 

McGINNESS, WALTER IRVIN, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Lydia McGinness, R 1, Elma, Iowa; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 12, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 12, 1918

 

McGINNIS, JOHN FRANCIS, Boilermaker, USNRF, (wife, Marvel McGinnis, 2542 Eighth Avenue, Rock Island, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, May 25, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, respiratory disease, November 4, 1918

 

McGINTY, JOHN WILLIAM, Water Tender, (brother, Robert McGinty, 25 Camden Avenue, Providence, R I; enlisted New York, N Y January 26, 1916), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

McGOLDRICK, JOSEPH FRANCES, Boatswain, USNRF (class 3), (father, Michael Joseph McGoldrick, 107 Commerce Street, Perth Amboy, N J Beneficiary: Martha McGoldrick (wife), New Brighton, S I; appointed New Jersey), USS Cherokee, ex- Luckenbach No.2, tug (ID-458), foundered in gale about 12 miles off Fenwick Island Light Vessel, February 26, 1918

 

McGOURRY, JOHN FARRELL, 2nd Lieutenant, USCG, (wife, Mrs Mildred C Mcgourty, 36 Harris Court, New London, Conn), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 1918

 

McGOVERN, JOHN THOMAS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary McGovern, 6803 May Street, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, June 8, 1918), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

McGOWAN, JOHN PATRICK, Ship Fitter, 1st class, (mother, Margaret McGowan, 15 Austin Street, Cambridge, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, February 26, 1915), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 9, 1918

 

McGOWAN, MALSEY MARK, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Beatrace Caspersen, 59 Courtland Street, Port Richmond, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y February 6, 1918), Receiving Ship, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 3, 1918

 

McGOWAN, MICHAEL FRANCIS, Blacksmith, 1st class, (father, James F McGowan, 439 Oak Street, Scranton, Pa; enlisted Rochester, N Y June 18, 1917), USS Manley, destroyer (later DD-74), based at Queenstown, Ireland, escorting convoy (various sources refer to her being alongside an HMS Montague and rolling into her. This should read armed merchant cruiser HMS Motagua), accidental explosion of own depth charges followed by fire, DOI, March 19, 1918

 

McGRATH, FRANK XAVIER, Boatswain's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Eugene T McGrath, 302 East One hundred and thirtyseventh Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y March 12, 1918), Kingston Avenue Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 14, 1918

 

McGRATH, GEORGE A P, Ensign, USNRF, (mother, Helen McGrath, 117 West One hundred and forty-2nd Street, New York, N Y; appointed New York), Portsmouth, Va, respiratory disease, October 8, 1918

 

McGRATH, GEORGE JOSEPH, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, James E McGrath, 1268 West Twenty-3rd Street, Los Angeles, Calif; enlisted Los Angeles, Calif, March 19, 1917), Halifax, Nova Scotia, respiratory disease, March 26, 1918

 

McGRATH, GEORGE SAMUEL, Ship's Cook, 4th class, USNRF, (mother, Marian McGrath, 16 Draper Street, Dorchester, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, May 7, 1917), Navy Base No 17, Inverness, Scotland, respiratory disease, June 19, 1917

 

McGRATH, JOSEPH FRANCIS Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Nora A McGrath, 28 High Rock Street, Lynn, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, March 21, 1918), Lynn, Mass, respiratory disease, October 22, 1918

 

McGRATH, THOMAS FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Thomas Francis McGrath, sr, 2328 Madison Street, Kansas City, Mo; enlisted Kansas City Mo, July 15, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 8, 1918

 

McGRATH, THOMAS JOSEPH, Ordinary Seaman, USCG, (mother, Mrs Mary A Mcgrath, 23 Thames Street, New York, N Y), USS Takana, ex-USCG, harbor tug, Marine Hospital, Stapleton, N Y, respiratory disease, October 31, 1918

 

McGRAW, LEO, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Frank McGraw, 1712 Sherman Avenue, Norwood, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, July 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, September 30, 1918

 

McGUIRE, DANIEL FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, (sister, Mary McGuire, Norwich, Conn; enlisted New Haven, Conn, April 14, 1917), USS Charleston, protected cruiser (No.22, later CA-19), respiratory disease, July 13, 1917

 

McGUIRE, JESSE MARION, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Maud Mosley, Brock, Okla; enlisted Oklahoma City, Okla, April 29, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, June 7, 1917

 

McGUIRE, PAUL VINCENT, Landsman for Electrician (R), (mother, Grace B Davis, 716 South Illinois Street, Springfield, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, January 14, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, III, disease, February 26, 1918

 

McGUIRE, WILLIAM JOSEPH GEORGE, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John E McGuire, 22 East St Patrick Street, Rice Lake, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, June 26, 1918), Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, N J, respiratory disease, October 22, 1918

 

McGUIRK, JOHN ALOYSIUS, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), (father, James McGuirk, Cherry and Walnut Streets, Towanda, Pa; enlisted Buffalo, N Y December 13, 1917), Naval Hospital, Naval Operating Base, Hampton Roads, Va, disease, February 6, 1918

 

McGURR, CHARLES JOSEPH, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Mary McGurr, 363 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, July 6, 1917), Marine Hospital, Stapleton, Staten Island, N Y, respiratory disease, October 10, 1918

 

McKAY, DAVID CARTER, Chief Boatswain's Mate, USNRF, (mother, Jessie D McKay, 232 Gladstone Avenue Detroit, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, June 27, 1917), Harper Hospital, Detroit, Mich, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

McKAY, JOHN RUSSELL, Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Linnie H McKay, Wellfleet, Mass; enlisted Wellfleet, Mass, April 13, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

McKEAN, CHARLES PERKINS, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Gertrude McKean, Groton, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, October 23, 1917), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va, disease, April 16, 1918

 

McKEAN, WALTER MYRON, Fireman, 3rd class NNV, (mother, Maud McKean, Fall City, Wash; enlisted Seattle, Wash, July 13, 1917), Base Hospital No 2, respiratory disease, November 24, 1917

 

McKEE, DALLAS, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Scott McKee, Glad Springs, Va; enlisted Chicago, Ill, July 19, 1918), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), respiratory disease, October 8, 1918

 

McKEEN, DONALD JANE, Blacksmith, 2nd class, (sister, Fannie Serna, Santa Rita, N Mex; enlisted Cavite, PI, May 17, 1915), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), (BN - crew member, DANFS - on passage) ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McKELVEY, LUCIUS SINCLAIR, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (wife, Hazel McKelvey, 230 East Forty-ninth Street, Portland, Oreg; enlisted Portland, Oreg, June 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Gulfport, Miss, influenza, October 13, 1918

 

McKENNA, EUGENE WILLIAM, Blacksmith, 1st class, (mother, Marie McKenna, Fort Benton, Mont; enlisted New York, N Y August 4, 1917), USS Jason, collier (No.12, later AC-12), poisoned by illuminating gas, January 1, 1918

 

McKENNA, HARRY ALBERT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (sister, Catherine McKenna, 318 Forty-fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa; enlisted Johnstown, Pa, June 28, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

McKENNA, JOSEPH LEO, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Peter J McKenna, 24 Waterman Street, Valley Falls, R I; enlisted Washington, D C, March 30, 1918), Naval Hospital, Washington, D C, influenza, October 18, 1918

 

McKENZIE, EDWARD JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Catherine McKenzie, 31 Marcella Street, Boston, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, December 31, 1917), Receiving Ship, New York, N Y, disease, March 22, 1918

 

McKENZIE, KENNETH DICKSON, Landsman for Quartermaster, USNRF, (wife, Ethel McKenzie, 1202 Boyleston Street, Brookline, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, July 18, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 29, 1918

 

McKENZIE, WILLIAM FRANK, Apprentice Seaman, (father, J W McKenzie, Lindsey, Okla; enlisted Dallas, Tex, December 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, January 10, 1918

 

McKEOWN, BERNARD JOSEPH, Fireman, 1st class, (brother, Francis Patrick, 2650 North Palethrope Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, August 28, 1914), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

McKEOWN, MICHAEL JOHN, Carpenter's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (wife, Laura P McKeown, box 75, Camden, Del; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, August 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 4, 1918

 

McKILLOP, MATTHEW JOHN, Carpenter's Mate, 1st class, (father, Michael McKillop, Holyoke, Mass; enlisted Norfolk, Va, August 13, 1914), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, March 15, 1918

 

McKINLEY, THOMAS JACKSON, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Pinkney S McKinley, Evergreen, Ala; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, June 29, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McKINNEY, DOOLEY OAKLEY, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (wife, Ida W McKinney, 4533 Ashland Avenue, St Louis, Mo; enlisted Washington, D C, December 11, 1917), Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla, seaplane accident, killed, October 4, 1918

 

McKINNEY, JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Andrew L McKinney, 73 Goble Street, Newark, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, March 29, 1917), SS Antilles, US Army chartered troop transport (USACT), torpedoed and sunk by U.62 to the south of Ireland, 67 lives lost in total, October 17, 1917

 

McKINNEY, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Helen McKinney, 2130 Fourth Avenue Sault Ste Marie, Mich; enlisted Sault St Marie, Mich, May 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

McKINNON, THOMAS NEIL, Ensign, USNRF (class 5), (mother, Mary McKinnon, 1104 East Thirty-sixth Street, Minneapolis, Minn; appointed Minnesota), Dunkirk, France, seaplane accident, August 20, 1918

 

McKISSON, DONALD EDWIN, Electrician, 3rd class (R), USNRF, (mother, Katherine McKisson, 2157 Glenwood Avenue, Toledo, Ohio; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, June 4, 1917), at home, respiratory disease, December 28, 1917

 

McKNIGHT, HERBERT FRANK, Seaman, 2nd class, (uncle, George A Hall, Poarch, Ala; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, April 21, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, June 18, 1917

 

McKNIGHT, JOHN JOSEPH, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (wife, Anna McKnight, 2016 McCIellan Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 22, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

McLAIN, FRED THOMAS, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary McLain, Kenwood Park, R 4, Duluth, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 25, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, disease, October 29, 1918

 

McLARNEY, JOHN WARD, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, John F McLarney, 134 Frank Street, Bridgeport, Conn; enlisted New Haven, Conn, December 6, 1917), Navy Base Hospital No 5, disease, March 15, 1918

 

McLAUGHLIN JAMES, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Kate McLaughlin, 936 Harford Avenue, Baltimore, Md; enlisted Boston, Mass, August 21, 1918), Naval Hospital, Azores, respiratory disease, October 22, 1918

 

McLAUGHLIN, JOHN JOSEPH, Ship's Cook, 4th class, USNRF, (mother, Bridget McLaughlin, Marley, Ireland; enlisted Boston, Mass, March 27, 1918), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, influenza, September 28, 1918

 

McLAUGHLIN, PATRICK A, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Patrick McLaughlin, 546 North Wyoming Street, Hazleton, Pa; enlisted Buffalo, N Y June 5, 1918), Hazleton, Pa, respiratory disease, November 5, 1918

 

McLAUGHLIN, STEPHEN PERCY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Margaret McLaughlin, 618 Dudley Street, Dorchester, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, July 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 15, 1918

 

McLAUGHLIN, WILLIAM JAMES, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary McLaughlin, 156 Bristol Street, Southington, Conn; enlisted New Haven, Conn, May 24, 1918), Kingston Avenue Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 16, 1918

 

McLEAN, JAMES THOMAS, Ensign, USNRF (class 5), (mother, Ellen McLean, Essington, Pa; appointed Pennsylvania), St James Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 5, 1918

 

McLENDON, LAWRENCE L, Lieutenant (JG) (Medical Corps) USNRF, (mother, Emma Combs McLeudon, 127 Catouia Street, Montgomery, Ala; appointed Alabama), Atlanta, Ga, influenza, October 30, 1918

 

McLENNAN, MERRILL DEWEY, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Hugh McLennan, 242 West Sixth Street, Sheridan, Wyo; enlisted Salt Lake City, Utah, April 9, 1917), Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, July 28, 1917

 

McLENNAN, WILLIAM NELTHORPE, Jr, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF (not in active Service), (mother, Helen A McLennan, 20 Chicago Boulevard, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, June 26, 1918), Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, October 25, 1918

 

McLEOD, DANIEL, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Euphemia McLeod, Middlesboro, Mass; enlisted Provincetown, Mass, April 9, 1918), USS Maine, battleship (later BB-10), respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

 

McLEOD, OSCAR EDISON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Alexander B McLeod, De Funiack Springs, Fla; enlisted Birmingham, Ala, May 1, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, disease, October 8, 1918

 

McLEY, JAMES NELSON, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Mary Bray, Edgar, Nebr; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, March 5, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, April 15, 1917

 

MclNERNY, JAMES, Chief Water Tender, USNRF, (uncle, Dennis Mullins, 263 Beacon Street, Jersey City, N J; enlisted Boston, Mass, November 7, 1916), Dispensary, Navy Yard, Boston, Mass, respiratory disease, July 28, 1917

 

MclNERNY, JOHN ALOYSIUS, Gunner's Mate, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Rose O Mclnerny, 1917 North Twenty-3rd Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 25, 1917), Philadelphia, Pa, respiratory disease, March 12, 1918

 

MclNTOSH, JAMES, Carpenter's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Lizzie Taylor, Box 225, Barre, Vt; enlisted Burlington, Vt, April 30, 1918), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, September 25, 1918

 

MclNTOSH, JOHN ALISTER, Landsman for Yeoman, (mother, Maggie S Mclntosh, Moss Point, Miss; enlisted New Orleans, La, April 21, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, May 23, 1917

 

MclNTOSH, WALTER PRESTON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Maggie Cato, 203 King Street, Bennettsville, S C; enlisted Columbia, S C, May 11, 1918), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, September 22, 1918

 

MclNTYRE, THOMAS ALOYSIUS, Seaman, 2nd class, (wife, Mary Mclntyre, 2821 North Waterloo Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, December 10, 1917), USS Lakemoor, also Lake Moore, freighter (ID-2180), torpedoed by UB64 in Irish Sea, April 11, 1918

 

McLOUGHLIN, FRANK JOSEPH, Electrician, 2nd class, USNRF, (brother, Bartholomew McLoughlin, 431 West Forty-4th Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y April 25, 1918), New York, N Y, respiratory disease, October 26, 1918

 

McLOUGHLIN, GEORGE IGNATIUS, Chief Yeoman, USNRF, (mother, Mary F McLoughlin, 73 Newberg Street, Rosindale, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, December 3, 1917), at home, Rosindale, Mass, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

MclSAAC, ANGUS LEROY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Bell Rose Mclsaac, South Rockwood, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, June 24, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, September 28, 1918

 

MclSAAC, JAMES, Fireman, 2nd class, United States Naval Reserve Fow, (mother, Margaret M Mclsaac, 315 Kirby Avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn; enlisted New Orleans, La, December 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 5, 1918

 

MclVER, WILLIAM WALLACE, Quartermaster, 1st class, USNRF, (wife, Esther E Mclver, 61 Dexter Street, Medford, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 13, 1917), USS Mount Vernon, ex-German liner Kronprinzessen Cecilie, troop transport (ID-4508), respiratory disease, presumably after being set ashore, October 11, 1918

 

McMAHAN, JOHN FRANCIS, Landsman for Electrician (E), USNRF, (mother, Margaret McMahon, McCordsville, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, March 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

McMAHAN, JOHN JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Delia McMahan, 19 South Whipple Street, Lowell, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, April 30, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 7, 1918

 

McMAHON, ALOYSIUS PATRICK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Elizabeth McMahon, Camp City, Ulmer Park, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y June 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

McMAHON, DONALD MANSFIELD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Cornelius McMahon, Stowe, Vt; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 3, 1918), Boston, Mass, respiratory disease, October 14, 1918

 

McMAHON, EARL JEFFREY, Ship's Cook, 4th class, USNRF, (father, Jeffrey McMahon, box 45, Yalmar, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, May 13, 1918), Naval Air Station, Pauillac, France, respiratory disease, October 9, 1918

 

McMAHON, SAMUEL, Water Tender, (sister, Selena Burns, 123 State Street, North Haven, Conn; enlisted New York, N Y May 2, 1916), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, May 17, 1917

 

McMEEKIN, JAMES WARK Machinist, United States Naval Reserve force (class 4), (wife, Helene McMeekin, 873 Main Street, Darby, Pa; appointed Pennsylvania), Northern Bombing Group Naval Aviation Forces, Paris, France, respiratory disease, October 10, 1918

 

McMILLAN, ARCHIE EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Emma McMillan, 2421 Ballow Street, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, May 31, 1918), Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Wash, influenza, October 6, 1918

 

McMILLEN, WILLIAM ALLEN, Quartermaster, 2nd class (A), (mother, Julia McMillen, Tenth Street, Ashland, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, February 6, 1918), Naval Air Station, Rockaway Beach, Long Island, N Y, respiratory disease, October 16, 1918

 

McMILLIAN, GARNETT ELDRED, Chief Pharmacist's Mate, (wife, Ethel L McMillan, R F D 1, Lometa, Tex; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, February 23, 1915), Brooklyn, N Y, railway accident, November 1, 1918

 

McMILLON, STOKELY, Commissary Steward, (wife, Fay Mae McMillori, 1238 B Street, Portsmouth, Va; enlisted Annapolis, Md, February 7, 1916), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, September 30, 1918

 

McMULLEN, JAMES WALTER, Blacksmith, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John McMullen, 411 South Broadway, Aurora, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, May 27, 1918), Naval Air Station, Pauillac, France, respiratory disease, September 27, 1918

 

McMURRAY, WILLIE OLIVER, Quartermaster, 3rd class, (sister, Sarah McMurray Rawlins, 1425 Florida Street, Baton Rouge, La; enlisted New Orleans, La, April 30, 1917), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, disease, September 16, 1918

 

McNABB, JOHN, Fireman, 3rd class, (wife, Bessie Lillian McNabb, R R 1, Moshiem, Tex; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, December 28, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, May 27, 1918

 

McNAIR, SAMUEL ROBINSON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Hugh Robinson McNair, Dansville, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y June 3, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 11, 1918

 

McNALLY, PHILLIP FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Bridget MeNally, 220 Fourth Avenue, Homestead, Pa; enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, July 31, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, III, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

McNAMARA, ROGER BERNARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Verona Chopman McNamara, 41 Avery Avenue, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, June 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, died, October 15, 1918

 

McNEAL, GEORGE MASON, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, J Y McNeal, 404 Powell Street, Birmingham, Ala; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, March 29, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McNEELY, CLAUDE JOHNSON, Carpenter's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Laura Mabel Tucker, Box 11, Thebes, Ill; enlisted St Louis, Mo, May 22, 1918), Naval Air Station, Eastleigh, England, respiratory disease, October 15, 1918

 

McNEES, STERLING EVANS, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Oscar Park McKees, R 8, Lawrence, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 15, 1918

 

McNEIL, HAROLD WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF (not in active Service), (wife, Mrs Harold William McNeil, 102 North Main Street, Penacook, N H; enlisted Boston, Mass, April 1, 1918), First Naval District, Boston, Mass, respiratory disease, April 14, 1918

 

McNEIL, HARRY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Otillia McNeil, 79 Fifty-fifth Street, Carona, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y August 30, 1917), USS Mount Vernon, ex-German liner Kronprinzessen Cecilie, troop transport (ID-4508), respiratory disease, November 23, 1917

 

McNEIL, JAMES, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Edith Leach, 616 East Chestnut Street, Olney, Ill; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, April 2, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, May 4, 1917

 

McNEIL, JOHN EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, James McNeil, 132 S Street, Plainville, Mass; enlisted Providence, R I, April 30, 1917), SS Lewis Luckenbach, freighter, torpedoed and sunk by U.53 off NW French coast (Uboat.net & other sources - 11th), October 12, 1917

 

McNELLY, EUGENE FRANKLIN, Coxswain, (father, George F McNelly, 1072 East Fifteenth Street, Portland, Oreg; enlisted Naval Station, Portland, Oreg, June 27, 1916), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), (BN - crew member, DANFS - on passage)

 ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McNICHOLAS, WILLIAM PATRICK, Water Tender, (father, Bernard McNicholas, 4935 South Halstead Street, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, July 14, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

McNIERNEY, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (brother, Cornelius McNierney, 111 North Drake Street, Titusville, Pa; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, September 11, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 28, 1918

 

McNULTY, WILLIAM JOHN, Fireman, 1st class, (wife, Catherine McNulty, 13 Putnam Street, Charlestown, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, April 19, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 20, 1918

 

McNUTT, HENRY TROLLINGER, Fireman, 2nd class, (mother, Mannie McNutt, Ceres, Va; enlisted Richmond, Va, June 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

McNUTT, JOSEPH, ISAAC, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, John C McNutt, Cheneyville, La; enlisted New Orleans, La, July 27, 1917), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 8, 1918

 

McPARTLAND, WILLIAM PATRICK, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, James McPartland, West Coxsackie, N Y; enlisted Syracuse, N Y April 12, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 23, 1918

 

McPHERSON, JOHN EARL, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Daisy G M McPherson, Grangeville, Idaho; enlisted Portland, Oreg, April 20, 1917), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, disease, February 16, 1918

 

McPHERSON, WELDON A, Seaman, USNRF, (aunt, Eliza McPherson, 20 Oayson Avenue, Dorchester, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, April 6, 1917), Receiving Ship, Boston, Mass, wounded, but not in action, April 18, 1917

 

McQUADE, JOHN PATRICK, Fireman, 2nd class, (brother, William McQuade, South Street, Woonsocket, R I; enlisted Boston, Mass, October 17, 1917), USS Chicago, ex-protected cruiser, ex-training ship, flagship Atlantic Submarine Force (later CA-14), respiratory disease, September 25, 1918

 

McQUEARY, GREEN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Ellen McQueary, Eller, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 13, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

McQUILLAN, EVERETT, Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Sarah McQuillan, 23 Court Street, Provincetown, Mass; enlisted Provincetown, Mass, December 10, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, respiratory disease, March 6, 1918

 

McRAE, DUNCAN ARCHIE, Electrician, 1st class, (sister, Florence Mary McRae, Elaine, Wash; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, May 18, 1917), US Submarine F-1 (Carp, No.20), sunk in collision with sister boat F-3, underway off California, drowned, December 17, 1917

 

McREE, HORACE LEVY, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (sister, Lula McRee, R F D 7, Wesson, Copish County, Miss; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, November 14, 1916), Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, disease, June 5, 1918

 

McREYNOLDS, TAYLOR LEECH, Seaman, (father, John L McReynolds, 2901 Morrison Avenue, Houston, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, March 8, 1917), Naval Hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo, respiratory disease, January 5, 1918

 

McRITCHIE, DANIEL N, Lieutenant, Reserve Force (class 3), (wife, Mary McRitchie, Liverpool, Nova Scotia; appointed Massachusetts), Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md, respiratory disease, April 7, 1918

 

McSHEFFREY, GEORGE, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Katherine McSheffrey, Bunagee, Culdaff County, Donegal, Ireland; enlisted Boston, Mass, December 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, disease, March 12, 1918

 

McSORLEY, FRANK LEO, Jr, Yeoman, 1st class, USNRF, (father, Frank L McSorley, sr, 40 Cedar Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y November 15, 1917), St Elizabeth's Hospital, Elizabeth, N J, respiratory disease, October 29, 1918

 

McSPADDEN, FRANK GARRETT, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, James M McSpadden, Byers, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, May 29, 1917), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 3, 1918

 

McSPIRIT, JOSEPH G, Machinist, Reserve Force (class 4-3), (wife, Mrs McSpirit, 178 3rd Street, Jersey City, N J; appointed New Jersey), USS Cherokee, ex- Luckenbach No.2, tug (ID-458), foundered in gale about 12 miles off Fenwick Island Light Vessel, February 26, 1918

 

McSWEEN, BONNIE, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Malcomb McSween, Picayune, Miss; enlisted Jackson, Miss, October 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, December 15, 1917

 

McVAY, HENRY JACOB, Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Letha McVay, R 4, Joplin, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, May 31, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

McVEIGH, JOHN JAMES, Quartermaster, 2nd class (A), (father, James McVeigh, 1706 Master Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, December 14, 1917), Naval Air Station, St Trojan, Charente Inferire, France, seaplane accident, DOW, August 23, 1918

 

McVEIGH, JOSEPH FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Patrick McVeigh, 136 Slater Street, Paterson, N J; enlisted New York, N Y April 25, 1917), SS Florence H, freighter, Armed Guard detachment, in convoy, internal explosion and blew up off French west coast, total of 45 killed, April 17, 1918

 

McVEY, CHARLES ALBERT, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Ferdinand D McVey, Marthasville, Miss; enlisted St Louis, Mo, July 8, 1918), USS Massachusetts, battleship (later BB-2), respiratory disease, October 2, 1918

 

McVICAR, GEORGE WARD, Apprentice Seaman, (father, George A McVicar, Onaga, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, December 12, 1917), Naval Training Station, San Francisco, Calif, respiratory disease, April 4, 1918

 

McWHIRK, WARREN ELLSWORTH, Lieutenant, Reserve Force (class 2), (wife, Helen Veronica McWhirk, 656 Seventh Street, Niagara Falls, N Y; appointed New York), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 19, 1918

 

McWILLIAMS, ERLE, Seaman, (father, Carrol McWilliams, Granville, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, April 19, 1917), USS Albert (not identified), disease, April 21, 1918

 

MEACHAN, ROBERT WEBSTER, Engineman, 2nd class, (mother, Lyda B Meachan, Blissfield, Mich; enlisted Portland, Oreg, August 10, 1917), USS Lakemoor, also Lake Moore, freighter (ID-2180), torpedoed by UB64 in Irish Sea, April 11, 1918

 

MEAD, IRL EDSON, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (father, Frank Mead, Elberta, Benzie, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, May 25, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 30, 1918

 

MEADOR, AARON EDWARD, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Ofallow R Meador, Arlington, Nebr; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, April 12, 1918), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, May 28, 1918

 

MEAGHER, JOSEPH, Chief Turret Captain, FNRs, (wife, Marcella B Meagher, 2614 South Rosewood Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, June 29, 1917), In ambulance on way to Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 4, 1918

 

MEALLEY, THADDEUS, Chief Yeoman, (wife, Laura M Mealley, 407 Leedon Street, Jenkintown, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 9, 1914), St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, D C, disease, December 15, 1917

 

MEANS, LAWRENCE ALICESON, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Fannie Means, box 2338, Globe, Ariz; enlisted El Paso, Tex, April 24, 1917), Naval Training Camp, San Diego, Calif, disease, September 28, 1917

 

MEANS, OWEN GILBERT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Nellie Bates Means, 908 South Clayton Street, BloomIngton, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, June 17, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 28, 1918

 

MECHABER, EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Mechaber, 87 Kenyon Street, New Bedford, Mass; enlisted New Bedford, Mass, May 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 22, 1918

 

MECHALKE, JOSEPH MITCHELL, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Robert Louis Mechalke, 757 1/2 Harper Street, Cheniung County, Elmira, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y July 12, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 29, 1918

 

MEDICIS, MARTIN ANDREW, Jr, Oiler, (father, Martin A Medicis, Opelousas, La; enlisted Galveston, Tex, November 4, 1914), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, disease, July 1, 1917

 

MEDIOLDIA, VICTOR, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (mother, Teodora Magdo, Copez, PI; enlisted Cavite, PI, November 7, 1916), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MEECH, JOHN WILLIAM, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, John W Meech, Blue Mound, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, December 8, 1917), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, January 30, 1918

 

MEEKINS, THEODORE, Surfman, USCG, (wife, Mrs Henriette Meekins, Manteo, N C), USCG Station No. 177, died off Oregon Inlet, N C, drowning, October 30, 1917

 

MEFFORD, GEORGE DEWEY, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Sadie Mefford, New Castle, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 9, 1918

 

MEHALATOS, GERASSEMOS, Oiler, 1st class, USCG, (wife, Mrs Marie Mahalatos, Agea Efhemea, Cephalonia, Greece), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 1918

 

MEHRTENS, RUDOLPH CHRISTIAN, Chief Boatswain, (brother, J K Mehrtens, 60 Society Street, Charleston, S C; appointed New York), Charleston, S C, disease, October 18, 1917

 

MEINIG, ROBERT WILLIAM, Carpenter's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Carl A Meinig, 3604 North Forty-2nd Street, Omaha, Nebr; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, July 1, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 24, 1918

 

MEISTER, ANDREW FRED, Gunner's Mate, 3rd class, (mother, Anna Klose, 57 Kinney Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa; enlisted Hampton Roads, Va, September 5, 1916), USS Michigan, dreadnought battleship (later BB-27) - USS but not sunk, picket boat sank in Home Waters, lost, October 30, 1917

 

MEITZLER, HAROLD RAYMOND, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Paris Andrew Meitzler, Armstrong, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, June 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, III, influenza, September 30, 1918

 

MELICK, JAY RUSSELL, Landsman for Electrician (R), (mother, Ynono Melick, 131 Hyland Street, Ames, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, December 12, 1917), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, February 21, 1918

 

MELLIES, CLARENCE JOHN, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Lydia F Mellies, Owensville, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, August 5, 1918), Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 23, 1918

 

MELLINGER, OSCAR JAMES, Fireman, 3rd class, (aunt, Emma Butler, 1396 East Market Street, Akron, Ohio; enlisted Butte, Mont, November 19, 1914), Naval Prison, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, October 16, 1917

 

MELTON, RANNEL, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (mother, Mary Jane Melton, Dixon, Ky; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, July 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 26, 1918

 

MELVIN, FRED LAWRENCE, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Mrs Emma Melvin, R R 3 box 33, Waynestown, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, June 17, 1918), Bellevue Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, October 6, 1918

 

MELVIN, JOHN T, Lieutenant (JG), USNRF, (father, Bishop S Melvin, Church Street, Seluia, Ala; appointed Alabama), USS Alcedo, yacht (SP-166), torpedoed and sunk by UC.71 off French west coast, November 5, 1917

 

MENAGH, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Engineman, 2nd class, USNRF, (aunt, Mrs Mary Henderson, 193 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y April 11, 1918), Kingston Avenue Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

MENARD, HECTOR NAPOLEON, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Mrs Agnes Menard, 250 Willow Street, Bridgeport, Conn; enlisted New Haven; Conn, April 20, 1917), USS Hancock, transport (later AP-3), drowned, January 10, 1918

 

MENDELSOHN, ROY MILTON, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Mrs Sonia Mendelsohn, 621 South Marshfield Avenue, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, December 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 19, 1918

 

MENDES, JOSE ANTHONY, Fireman, 1st class, (father, Antonio S Mendes, 139 Laurel Hill Avenue, Providence, R I; enlisted Newport, R I, July 29, 1915), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

MENSE, EWALD, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (mother, Catherine Mense, 5605 Etzel Avenue, St Louis, Mo; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, May 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 15, 1918

 

MERCADO, LUCIO, Native Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Gaton Mercado, Silan, Cavite, PI; enlisted Cavite, PI, July 8, 1913), Naval Hospital, Canacao, PI, respiratory disease, May 14, 1917

 

MERCER, ALFRED WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Eva May Mercer, Washington Road, Washington Park, Baltimore, Md; enlisted Baltimore, Md, June 13, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 6, 1918

 

MERCER, EMERY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Malida Mercer, Springport, Mich; enlisted Navy Rifle Range, Camp Logan, Ill, January 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, February 24, 1918

 

MERCER, MAHLON ATLEE, Seaman, 2nd class, (sister, Mary E Goodwin, 501 Summit Avenue, Westville, N J; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 28, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 21, 1918

 

MERCHANT, FINIS KING, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, MrSC D Merchant, Ashville, Ala; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, December 14, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, January 23, 1918

 

MERKEL, GEORGE CHRISTIAN, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, (mother, Katherine Merkel, 258 East Phillellena Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 27, 1914), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

MERKEL, LAWRENCE, Fireman, 2nd class, (Morris Merkel, 1123 Laurens Street, Baltimore, Md; enlisted Baltimore, Md, April 20, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MERRIAM, ROY STEWART (right), Coxswain, (father, William A Merriam, Hickman, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, March 27, 1914), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), (BN - crew member, DANFS - on passage) ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MERTENS, THEODORE ERNEST, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Minnie Mertens, 68 Hanford Street, Columbus, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, June 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, New Orleans, La, respiratory disease, October 5, 1918

 

MERWIN, JOHN JULIAN, Landsman for Electrician (R), (father, John Julian Merwin, 77 Whalley Avenue, New Haven, Conn; enlisted New Haven, Conn, January 2, 1918), Naval Radio School, Cambridge Mass, respiratory disease, April 10, 1918

 

MERZ, WALTER EDWARD, Seaman, (mother, Helen Merz, 921 Highland Street, Syracuse, N Y; enlisted Syracuse, N Y September 8, 1917), SS Florence H, freighter, Armed Guard detachment, in convoy, internal explosion and blew up off French west coast, total of 45 killed, April 17, 1918

 

MESSANG, JOHN PETER ALBERT, Chief Machinist's Mate, (wife, Anna Messang, 2253 North Hope Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Chicago, Ill, February 13, 1913), US Submarine F-1 (Carp, No.20), sunk in collision with sister boat F-3, underway off California, drowned, December 17, 1917

 

MESSENGER, CLARENCE HENRY, Electrician, 1st class, (wife, Edna Messenger, 3837 Howe Street, Oakland, Calif; enlisted Denver, Colo, October 14, 1915), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, October 13, 1918

 

MESSIER, ALPHONSE JOSEPH, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Georgianna Messier, 45 Kinsley Street, Nashua, N H; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 7, 1918), Naval Hospital, Mass, influenza, November 9, 1918

 

METCALF, FREDERICK ARTHUR, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, William Metcalf, Kimball, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, December 14, 1917), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, January 30, 1918

 

METCALF, HARRY SAWYER, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Mabel E Metcalf, Fort Covington, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y June 11, 1918), Naval Recruiting Station, Burlington, Vt, respiratory disease, November 1, 1918

 

METCALF, VICTOR SHARP, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Ruth Sharp Metcalf, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va; enlisted Richmond, Va, June 27, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

METHVIN, BENJAMIN LEVI, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Lucy Methvin, R F D A, Americus, Ga; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, May 7, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, August 1, 1917

 

METTALSTADT, CLINTON HARRIS, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (mother, Lydia Annie Anderson, 913 East Fourteenth Street, Kansas City, Mo; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, June 5, 1918), Naval Hospital, Gulfport, Miss, disease, October 7, 1918

 

METZ, GROVER EDWIN, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (wife, Hazel Metz, 904 Davisadero Street, San Francisco, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, April 24, 1917), US Submarine F-1 (Carp, No.20), sunk in collision with sister boat F-3, underway off California, drowned, December 17, 1917

 

METZ, SHARON EMMET, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Thomas Metz, 1634a, Texas Avenue, St Louis, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, June 9, 1917), USS Missouri, battleship (later BB-11), automobile accident, July 26, 1918

 

METZGER, BERNARD EDWARD, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Tena Metzger, 220 East Seventy-eighth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y August 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, injured, DOI, November 4, 1918

 

MEYER, CHESTER HENRY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Conrad Henry Meyer, 2015 Benton Street, St Louis, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, May 13, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 20, 1918

 

MEYER, HENRY JOSEPH, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, (mother, Ida L Spencer, 3529 Itaska Avenue, St Louis, Mo; enlisted Jackson, Miss, November 19, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, February 19, 1918

 

MEYER, HOWARD PHILLIP, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (father, George P Meyer, Kiel, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, May 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

MEYER, MARTIN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Elsie Meyer, Norwich, Conn; enlisted New London, Conn, May 25, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MEYERS, ARTHUR, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Louis Meyers, 434 West One hundred and twentieth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y June 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 13, 1918

 

MEYERS, HAROLD M, Lieutenant (JG), (mother, Martha Meyers, Mill Hall, Pa; appointed Pennsylvania), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), disease, September 8, 1917

 

MEYERS, LOUIS RICHARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Lena Manson, 69 3rd Avenue, Paterson, N J; enlisted New York, N Y May 18, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 25, 1918

 

MIANO, FRANK LAWRENCE, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (father, Lawrence Miano, 493 Seventh Street, Buffalo, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y June 20, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

MICCIO, MARIE ELIZABETH, Yeoman (F), 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Vincent Miccio, 934 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y September 9, 1918), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 2, 1918

 

MICHALEO, JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, (sister, Mary Osizto, 18 Medow Street, Adams, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, March 30, 1917), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

MICKELSON, LOUIS, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Sarah F Mickelson, 1412 North Seventh Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, June 28, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

MICKUM, MARTIN WILEM, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Rachel Mickum, 2511 East Dauphin Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 1, 1917), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, respiratory disease, March 5, 1918 (BN - duplicated entry, also as NICKUM)

 

MIDDLEKAMP, LESTER WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, NNV, (mother, Mary Middlekamp, Warrenton, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, August 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, January 18, 1918

 

MIDDLETON, HENRY BOYD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Isaac F Middleton, 1006 Main Street, Frederickshurg, Va; enlisted Washington, D C, April 21, 1917), USS Nevada, dreadnought battleship (later BB-36), lost overboard, July 2, 1917

 

MIDGETT, T L, Ordinary Seaman, USCG (other sources), USCG Yamacraw, cruising cutter, member of boat’s crew attempting to rescue crew of oil carrier SS Louisiana, stranded near Ocean City, Md, boat capsized, drowned, March 4, 1917

 

MIDGLEY, SAMUEL ERIC, Blacksmith, 2nd class, USNRF, (friend, F M Sampson, 16 Crystal Street, Worcester, Mass; enlisted Baltimore, Md, December 21, 1917), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

MIHALIK, HENRY CHRISTIAN, Seaman, (mother, Caroline B Mihalik, 3814 Dauphin Street, New Orleans, La; enlisted New Orleans, La, April 16, 1917), SS Tyler, freighter, torpedoed and sunk by UB.48 in Western Mediterranean (total of 11 lost), May 2, 1918

 

MIKELS, JAMES HERMAN, Storekeeper, 3rd class, USNRF, (wife, Ruth Mikels, 95 Broad Street, Stroudsburg, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 2, 1918), Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 11, 1918

 

MIKESELL, DEAN WILBUR, Landsman for Electrician, USNRF, (mother, Lucy P Mikesell, R R 2, Rochester, Ind; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, May 31, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

MIKESELL, EARL WILLIAM, Landsman for Electrician (R), (father, Charles H Mikesell, New Madison, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, May 3, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 13, 1918

 

MILAM, CARTER, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd class, (mother, Ellen Milam, 2001 Broadway, Nashville, Tenn; enlisted New York N Y June 8, 1917), USS Louisville, ex-liner Saint Louis, transport (ID-1644), respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

MILAYA, AGRIPINO, Mess Attendant, 1st class, (mother, Tarcela Ogbec, Pinamalayan, Mindoro, PI; enlisted Cavite, PI, February 18, 1916), USS Pittsburgh, ex-Pennsylvania, armored cruiser (No.4, later CA-4), most of war in South American waters, respiratory disease, October 23, 1918

 

MILBOURN, IRWIN MYRLE, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, David K Milbourn, El Dorado, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 25, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 26, 1918

 

MILBURN, CHARLIE HAMILTON, Chief Boatswain's Mate, (mother, Katherine McAffee, 2919 Hardesty Street, Kansas City, Mo; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, October 2, 1918), Kansas City, Mo, respiratory disease, October 28, 1918

 

MILES, CHARLIE McKINLEY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (brother, Clarence C Miles, 4351 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, July 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, influenza, October 9, 1918

 

MILES, E L, Chief Electrician, US Submarine E-2 (No.25, later SS-25), refitting, battery explosion in New York Navy Yard on 15th, in Navy Hospital, N Y, unlikely to recover as of January 16, 1916, not known if died

 

MILES, IRA WILMER, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Leila R Miles, Spartan Heights, Spartanburg, S C; enlisted Columbia, S C, July 22, 1918), Naval Hospital, Navy Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 6, 1918

 

MILES, JOHN HENRY, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, Patrick Miles, Shortsville, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y August 29, 1917), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, respiratory disease, December 22, 1917

 

MILES, RALPH THOMAS, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Isaac Miles, 189 Ebensburg Road, Johnstown, Pa; enlisted Johnstown, Pa, December 25, 1917), USS Raleigh, protected cruiser (No.8, C 8), disease, April 15, 1918

 

MILES, VIRGIL LEE, Engineman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Martha Herman, Prairie Depot, Ohio; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, August 1, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

MILLAGE, OSCAR, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Silas Millage, Pukwana, S Dak; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, August 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 24, 1918

 

MILLAN, CHARLES VAN BUREN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Josephine Millan, 320 Locust Street, Mannington, W Va; enlisted Parkersburg, W Va, May 10, 1918), Base Hospital No 5, Brest, France, respiratory disease, September 30, 1918

 

MILLAR, WILLIAM THOMAS, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Jeannette Millar, 60 West Avenue, San Francisco, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, November 16, 1917), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 13, 1918

 

MILLER WILLIAM REGINALD, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Mary E Miller, New Pine Creek, Oreg; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, December 21, 1917), Naval Training Camp, Mare Island, Calif, wounded, but not in action, September 11, 1918

 

MILLER, ALBERT McKINLEY, Gunner's Mate, 3rd class, (father, William I Miller, 738 Center Avenue, Ottumwa, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, May 1, 1917), Naval Torpedo Station, Newport, R I, died, October 19, 1917

 

MILLER, ALBERT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John Miller, New Albion, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y July 12, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 13, 1918

 

MILLER, ARCHIE ANDERSON, Seaman, 2nd class, (stepmother, Mary R Miller, Lakeside, Calif; enlisted San Diego, Calif, June 28, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 11, 1918

 

MILLER, ARTHUR RAYMOND, Chief Commissary Steward, (wife, Bertha G Miller, 2004 South Camac Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted New York, N Y February 6, 1918), USS Siboney, ex-Oriente, troop transport (ID-2999), influenza/respiratory disease, October 18, 1918

 

MILLER, BAYARD FRANKLIN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Margaret Jones Miller, Eldon, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, May 27, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Detroit, Mich, respiratory disease, October 5, 1918

 

MILLER, BERNHARD ROBERT, Boatswain's Mate, 2nd class, (mother, Lottie Miller, Hondo, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, April 18, 1917), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, disease, November 1, 1918

 

MILLER, CARL AUGUST, Boilermaker, (sister, Bertha J Donovan, 213 Fifth Street, Santa Rosa, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, March 12, 1913), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4),  (DANFS - on passage), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MILLER, CARL JULIUS, Coxswain, (sister, Hanna Svendsen, Villa Dovra, Stebeck, Christiana Norway; enlisted New York, N Y October 28, 1916), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, January 15, 1918

 

MILLER, CARY FRANCIS, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, USNRF, (father, Eugene X Miller, Bridgewater, Va; enlisted Norfolk, Va, June 18, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 14, 1918

 

MILLER, CHARLES BURKE, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Anna Mary Miller, 106 Vernon Street, Ironton, Ohio; enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 17, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

MILLER, CHARLES CONNFORTH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Bell Miller, 47 Elm Street, Waterville, Me; enlisted New London, Conn, June 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, New London, Conn, respiratory disease, September 30, 1918

 

MILLER, CHARLES JOSEPH, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Charles Miller, R R 5, box 19, Newton, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, August 2, 1918), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, respiratory disease, October 17, 1918

 

MILLER, CHARLES WILLIAM, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Robert C Miller, 24 North Delancy Place, Atlantic City, N J; enlisted Atlantic City, N J, April 10, 1917), Philadelphia, Pa, disease, April 2, 1918

 

MILLER, CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, Surfman, USCG, (wife, Mrs Christopher C Miller, Manteo, N C), USCG Station No. 176, died off Oregon Inlet, N C, drowning, October 30, 1917

 

MILLER, DANCY MONROE, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Anna Burnsed Miller, Bunnell, Fla; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, July 31, 1917), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va, disease, April 26, 1918

 

MILLER, DAVIDSON CLAIR, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, F M Miller, Yeagertown, Pa; enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, June 4, 1917), USS Texas, dreadnought battleship (later BB-35), lost overboard at sea, January 16, 1918

 

MILLER, DONALD A, Yeoman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Newton E Miller, Athens, Mich; enlisted Camp Logan, Ill, December 3, 1917), Navy Rifle Range, Wakefleld, Mass, disease, March 16, 1918

 

MILLER, DONALD JOSEPH, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Mabel C Miller, Hart Road, Vincennes, Ind; enlisted Peoria, Ill, October 1, 1918), Naval Section, Seaman Apprentice Training Camp, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill, influenza, October 12, 1918

 

MILLER, EARL LOUIS, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Julian Eugene Miller, Loup City, Nebr; enlisted Salt Lake City, Utah, May 3, 1917), Submarine Base, San Pedro, Calif, drowned, October 10, 1917

 

MILLER, EARLE RICHARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Henry F Miller, Logan, Ill; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, June 5, 1918), Naval Hospital, Nebraska, influenza, October 19, 1918

 

MILLER, EDWARD GOAR, Apprentice Seaman, (wife, Louisa Miller, McCool, Miss; enlisted Jackson, Miss, December 17, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, January 14, 1918

 

MILLER, EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Melvin Miller, Shell Creek, Tenn; enlisted Richmond, Va, July 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MILLER, ELWOOD HUBERT, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Martin Miller, R R B box 68, Reedley, Calif; enlisted Los Angeles, Calif, April 22, 1918), Naval Training Camp, San Diego, Calif, respiratory disease, July 4, 1918

 

MILLER, EMET ROSCO, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Frank Miller, R F D No 1, Rumsey, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, January 9, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, respiratory disease, September 3, 1918

 

MILLER, FRANK CALVIN, Water Tender, (mother, Flora Clothier, Ill West Haley Street, Santa Barbara, Calif; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, December 13, 1917), USS McKee, destroyer (later DD-87), drowned, September 17, 1918

 

MILLER, FRANK LESLIE, Electrician, 1st class (R), (father, Leslie D Miller, 4625 West Hermitage Avenue, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, March 29, 1917), Naval Radio Station, Marion, Mass, influenza, September 12, 1918

 

MILLER, FRANK LYLE, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, John Wesley Miller, Nauvo, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, August 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

MILLER, FRANK MONROE, Landsman for Musician, USNRF, (father, Noah H Miller, 64 Madison Street, Westminster, Md; enlisted Baltimore, Md, August 5, 1918), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 5, 1918

 

MILLER, FREDERICK C, Yeoman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Sarah Miller, 1085 Greene Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y June 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, April 1, 1918

 

MILLER, GEORGE SANDERS, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (sister, Roberta Fannin, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Houston, Tex, September 17, 1917), USS President Grant, ex-German liner, troop transport (ID-3014), disease, June 15, 1918

 

MILLER, GORDON LOTHIAN, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (wife, Annetta Miller, 5317 Broad Street, Pittsburgh, Pa; enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, May 28, 1918), Naval Hospital, Gulfport, Miss, influenza/respiratory disease, October 7, 1918

 

MILLER, HARRY ALBERT, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Rose Petransky, 184 Arch Street, New Britain, Conn; enlisted New London, Conn, July 30, 1918), New London, Conn, respiratory disease, October 9, 1918

 

MILLER, HARRY CARL, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, William J Miller, Novi, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, July 26, 1916), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

MILLER, HARRY MAURICE, Coppersmith, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Catherine Miller, Oakland Beach, R I; enlisted Newport, R I, December 13, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, February 13, 1918

 

MILLER, JAMES JOSEPH, Boilermaker, (sister, Clara Miller Allen, 1214 South Franklin Street, New Orleans La; enlisted New Orleans, La, June 22, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), (BN - crew member, DANFS - on passage) ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MILLER, JASPER CLIFFORD, Gunner's Mate, 3rd class, (father, Levi Allen Miller, 821 Palm Street, Abilene, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, June 15, 1915), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), (BN - crew member, DANFS - on passage) ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MILLER, JOHN BENJAMIN, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Louise Preston Miller, 702 Center Street, Bowling Green, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

MILLER, JOHN FRED, Coxswain, USCG, (Foster Sister, Miss Irene Cooney, 1635 Atfield Avenue, Dunton Lodge, Jamaica, N Y), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 1918

 

MILLER, JOHN HENRY, Ship's Cook, 3rd class, (mother, Susan F Miller, 222 North Arch Street, Lancaster, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 7, 1917), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, N H, respiratory disease, September 23, 1918

 

MILLER, JOHN ROGERS, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, William R Miller, Belle Mead, N J; enlisted New York, N Y May 4, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 10, 1918

 

MILLER, JOHN RUSSEL, Electrician, 2nd class, (mother, Mary Miller, 74 South Martha Avenue, Akron, Ohio; enlisted Salt Lake City, Utah, November 21, 1917), Naval Hospital, Key West, Fla, respiratory disease, October 19, 1918

 

MILLER, JOHN, Jr, Machinist's Mate, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Marie Miller, 734 East One hundred and sixty-sixth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted Norfolk, Va, April 12, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

MILLER, JONATHAN LEE, Seaman (S), (mother, Phoebe Miller, R F D 1, Mauckport, Ind; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, December 13, 1917), USS New Hampshire, battleship (later BB-25), drowned, September 17, 1918

 

MILLER, LEMUEL BLAND, jr, Chief Quartermaster, USNRF, (wife, Mamie C Miller, 337 Twenty-seventh Street, Newport News, Va; enlisted Washington, D C, April 9, 1917), Newport News, Va, respiratory disease, October 25, 1918

 

MILLER, LEO FLOYD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Josie Pittman Miller, Spooner, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, June 5, 1918), City Contagious Hospital, Seattle, Wash, disease, November 8, 1918

 

MILLER, NORMAN DWEETH, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Jennie Miller, Box 29, R F D, Leesville, S C; enlisted Columbia, S C, April 11, 1917), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), respiratory disease, March 10, 1918

 

MILLER, OLIVER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Luannia Miller, Big Clifty, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, May 26, 1918), USS Herman Frasch, freighter (ID-1617), sunk in collision with tanker USS George G Henry off Nova Scotia, October 4, 1918

 

MILLER, RAY ADAM, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Daniel W Miller, R F D 1, Box 34, Gerster, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, August 7, 1918), Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 18, 1918

 

MILLER, RAY EUGENE, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Scottia Miller, R R 3, Nicholasville, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 5, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

MILLER, RAY RECORD, Landsman for Yeoman, USNRF, (father, George Henry Miller, route No 1, Morristown, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, May 25, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

MILLER, ROBERT LEE, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Amanda Emma Miller, Washington College, Tenn; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, December 14, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, January 21, 1918

 

MILLER, ROY FERDINAND, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, James Robert Miller, 226 West Spring Street, Boonville, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, July 1, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 30, 1918

 

MILLER, SAMUEL, jr, Chief Quartermaster, USNRF, (mother, Louise Miller, 5 Quincy Place NE, Washington, D C; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, March 4, 1918), Naval Air Station, Bay Shore, Long Island, N Y, disease, October 21, 1918

 

MILLER, SAMUEL, Plumber and Fitter, USNRF, (brother, Ralph Miller, 139 Starr Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y May 2, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 11, 1918

 

MILLER, VERN, Landsman for Electrician, (sister, Mrs S O Noyes, route 2, Gobleville, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, April 30, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, October 11, 1917

 

MILLER, WARREN J, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Frank L Miller, Waynesville, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, May 13, 1918), Camp Logan, Ill (Navy Rifle Range), respiratory disease, October 6, 1918

 

MILLER, WAYNE JACKSON, Hospital Apprentice (2nd class), (sister, Hazel Miller, Biscoe, N C; enlisted Raleigh, N C, June 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

 

MILLER, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Plumber and Fitter, (wife, Anna H Miller, 3140 Reach Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Portsmouth, N H, November 28, 1917), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 1918

 

MILLER, WILLIAM HARRISON, Boilermaker, (father, James R Miller, 1411 Grandview Avenue, Portsmouth, Ohio; enlisted Parkersburg, W Va, June 27, 1917), USS Manley, destroyer (later DD-74), based at Queenstown, Ireland, escorting convoy (various sources refer to her being alongside an HMS Montague and rolling into her. This should read armed merchant cruiser HMS Motagua), accidental explosion of own depth charges followed by fire, DOI, March 19, 1918

 

MILLER, WILLIAM, Boatswain, (mother, Ellen J Miller, 290 Chelsea Street, East Boston, Mass; appointed Massachusetts), Naval Hospital, Gibraltar, respiratory disease, October 11, 1918

 

MILLER, WILLIE PEARL, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Willie G Miller, Dorcas, Okla; enlisted Birmingham, Ala, August 16, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 2, 1918

 

MILLIGAN, JOSEPH RICHIE, Carpenter's Mate, 3rd class, (father, Thomas Milligan, 2036 East York Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 12, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, October 2, 1918

 

MILLIMAN, GUY RAYMOND, Seaman, 2nd class USNRF, (mother, Bertha Milliman, 265 Ninth Street, Troy, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y June 24, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, influenza, October 9, 1918

 

MILLIO, CHRIST, Ship's Cook, 1st class, USNRF, (wife, Vacilia Millio, Kozane, Macedonia, Greece; enlisted Bridgeport, Conn, August 17, 1917), USS Shaw, destroyer (later DD-68), escorting British SS Aquitania, rudder jammed and crossed Aquitania's bow, lost 90 feet of own bow, returned to England, October 9, 1918

 

MILLMAN, RAYMOND THEODORE, Landsman for Electrician, (mother, Annie Millman, R F D 2, Red Bud, Ill; enlisted St Louis, Mo, July 2, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

MILLS, GEORGE NELSON, Molder, 2nd class, United States Naval Reserve; Force, (mother, Ida Mills, 521 Rhine Street, Portland, Oreg; enlisted Portland Oreg, July 11, 1918), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, influenza, October 6, 1918

 

MILNE, THOMAS LINKLATER, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, USNRF, (wife, Alice Hortenze Milne, Standish, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, August 2, 1918), on leave, influenza, September 30, 1918

 

MILNER, GEORGE EDWARD, Jr, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Margaret G Milner, Constantine, Mich; enlisted Chicago, Ill, March 15, 1918), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, May 28, 1918

 

MILNER, JOHN THOMAS, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Henry Milner, R F D 4, Huntsville, Ala; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, April 3, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, February 11, 1918

 

MILSAPS, EARNEST MADISON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Orgie Lane Milsaps, Greenback, Tenn; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, July 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, October 29, 1918

 

MILTON, ALFRED GEORGE, Seaman, 2nd class, (Guardian, Joseph Milton, 564 Marshall Avenue, St Paul, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, April 28, 1917), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, drowned, August 14, 1917

 

MILTONBERGER, REED, Fireman, 3rd class, (wife, Ruth Miltonberger, Pocatello, Idaho; enlisted San Pedro, Calif, August 12, 1918), Submarine Base, San Pedro, Calif, respiratory disease, October 17, 1918

 

MINCH, LOUIS, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Mary Minch, 1935 Oakdale Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 20, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MINDER, RAY, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (mother, Sally Elizabeth Minder, Lamar, Colo; enlisted Lamar, Colo, May 2, 1917), Receiving Ship, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 18, 1918

 

MINKAU, CHARLES JOSEPH, Chief Water Tender, (mother, Anna Minkau, 19 Loomis Street, Rochester, N Y; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, January 12, 1918), USS Mount Vernon, ex-German liner Kronprinzessen Cecilie, troop transport (ID-4508), torpedoed and damaged by U.82 off French Atlantic coast, September 5, 1918

 

MINKER, CLARENCE STANLEY, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Sarah Minker, R F D 9, Salem, Oreg; enlisted Portland, Oreg, December 3, 1917), Receiving Ship, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 13, 1918

 

MINKLE, HAROLD WATSON, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Jennie Minkle, 706 West First Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, May 16, 1917), Naval Training Station, Cedar Falls, Iowa, killed by train, December 4, 1917

 

MINNAGH, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Fireman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Delia Minnagh, 729 Humboldt Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y October 29, 1917), Wyckoff Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, September 27, 1918

 

MINOR, WALTER CLARENCE, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Josephine Minor, R F D 3, Oskaloosa, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, July 23, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 3, 1918

 

MINSTER, GROVER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Joseph Minster, 261 Water Street, Paterson, N J; enlisted New York, N Y May 30, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 11, 1918

 

MITCHELL, ALBEE LEWIS, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Mary Mitchell, Rex, Ga; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, April 7, 1917), Receiving Ship, Norfolk, Va, disease, April 25, 1917

 

MITCHELL, EARL WILLIAM, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (father, James B Mitchell, 706 West State Street, Springfield, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, June 14, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 22, 1918

 

MITCHELL, EUGENE DAVIS, Fireman, 1st class, (father, Samuel J Mitchell, 116 Holmes Street, Frankfort, Ky; enlisted Lexington, Ky, May 2, 1917), USS Manley, destroyer (later DD-74), based at Queenstown, Ireland, escorting convoy (various sources refer to her being alongside an HMS Montague and rolling into her. This should read armed merchant cruiser HMS Motagua), accidental explosion of own depth charges followed by fire, DOI, March 19, 1918

 

MITCHELL, HOMER WARNER, Fireman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Isaac Thomas Mitchell, R R 5, Bloomington, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, July 22, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

MITCHELL, HOWARD FREDERIC, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Mitchell, 65 Adella Avenue, West Newton, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 14, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Bumkin Island, Mass, influenza/respiratory disease, September 16, 1918

 

MITCHELL, JOSEPH FREEMAN, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Jula A Mitchell, 341 Fourth Street, Pratt City, Ala; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, July 19, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MITCHELL, OLIVER CHARLES, Yeoman, 3rd class, (mother, Nellie C Mitchell, Elizabethtown, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y April 2, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, May 25, 1917

 

MITCHELL, RAYMOND EDWARD, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, (mother, Elizabeth Carrie Mitchell, 104 School Street, West Hartford, Conn; enlisted New Haven, Conn, September 24, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, December 21, 1917

 

MITCHELL, ROBERT GEORGE, Chief Yeoman, USNRF, (mother, Florence Mitchell, Fairfax, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, June 11, 1917), San Francisco, Calif, drowned, July 14, 1918

 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Charles W Mitchell, Fayette, Mo; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 25, 1918

 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM WALTER, Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Katy Hampton Mitchell, R F D, 4, Miltonvale, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, February 8, 1917), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, October 2, 1918

 

MIXTER, GORDON, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Clarence D Mixter, 210 Austin Street, Worcester, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 11, 1917), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 20, 1918

 

MIZE, AUSTIN, Seaman, (father, Louis M Mize, Ovenville, Ala; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, April 16, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MLLLER, CLARENCE EDGAR, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, James H Miller, R R 3, box 124A, St Joseph, Mo; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, December 14, 1917), Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 15, 1918

 

MOEHL, GEORGE ANDREW, Landsman for Yeoman, USNRF, (father, George W Moehl, Washington, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, January 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, March 28, 1918

 

MOELLER, HERBERT, Coxswain, USNRF, (father, Henry Moeller, 341 Fifty-seventh Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y April 18, 1917), USS Louisville, ex-liner Saint Louis, transport (ID-1644), respiratory disease, September 28, 1918

 

MOHR, FRED, Molder, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Helen Mohr, 1101 North Wood Street, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, July 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

MOHR, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Joseph Mohr, 1043 Irving Park Boulevard, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, December 4, 1917), USS Saranac, ex-coastal passenger steamer Hamilton, minelayer (ID-1702), injured, DOI, April 27, 1918

 

MOHRMANN, WILLIAM JOHN NICHOLAS, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, William- F Mohrmann, 265 2nd Avenue, College Point, Long Island, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y May 27, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, November 9, 1918

 

MOLLENCOP, EARL WILLIAM, Plumber and Fitter, (mother, Mandy Mollencop, 429 Twenty-1st Street, Salem, Oreg; enlisted Portland, Oreg, February 16, 1914), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), (BN/DANFS - on passage), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MONAHAN, MARY AGNES, Yeoman (F), 1st class, USNRF, (sister, Catherine Daly, 24 Center Street, Maiden, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, March 12, 1918), First Naval district, Boston, Mass, accidentally killed, September 5, 1918

 

MONAHAN, OWEN FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF (not in active Service), (mother, Mary Monahan, 73 Lexington Avenue, Jersey City, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, April 2, 1918), 409 Washington Street, Wilmington, Del, disease, October 4, 1918

 

MONIZ, TONY ALBERT, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), (mother, Isabel Moniz, R F D 2, Sequin, Wash; enlisted Seattle, Wash, December 7, 1917), Naval Air Station, San Diego, Calif, respiratory disease, February 10, 1918

 

MONK, ROBERT SILAS, Chief Pharmacist's Mate, (wife, Marie F Monk, 631 East Capital Street, Washington, D C; enlisted Washington, D C, October 17, 1914), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, poisoned, August 10, 1918

 

MONROE JOHN THEODORE, Yeoman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary A Monroe, Marion, S C; enlisted Wilmington, N C, May 7, 1918), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 6, 1918

 

MONROE, TOWNSEND LANCE, Landsman for Yeoman, (sister, Verna Monroe, White Springs, Fla; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, August 8, 1918), Poughskeepsie, N Y, respiratory disease, October 20, 1918

 

MONSON, DAVID CHRISTOPHER, Fireman, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, Bertha Monson, Granite Falls, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, June 3, 1918), Willard Parker Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, October 6, 1918

 

MONTAGUE, HAROLD EDGAR, Machinist, Reserve Force (class 4), (wife, Edith G Montague, 1415 North Thirteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa; appointed Pennsylvania), Larkenau Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 27, 1918

 

MONTGOMERY, CURTIS ELWOOD, Boatswain, Reserve Force (class 3), (mother, Jennie Tompkins, 218 South 3rd Street, Danville, Ky; appointed New York), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MONTGOMERY, GORMLEY JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Elizabeth Montgomery, 857 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y May 4, 1918), USS Sylvan Arrow, tanker (ID-2150), respiratory disease, September 20, 1918

 

MONTGOMERY, HIRAM WILLIS, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Mary E Montgomery, Shattuck, Okla; enlisted Oklahoma City, Okla, May 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 27, 1918

 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN WILLIAM, Quartermaster, 2nd class (A), USNRF, (father, Robert Montgomery, Natick, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, April 3, 1918), USS Shaw, destroyer (later DD-68), escorting British SS Aquitania, rudder jammed and crossed Aquitania's bow, lost 90 feet of own bow, returned to England, October 9, 1918

 

MONTIEL, ALFONSO, Mess Attendant, 2nd class, (mother, Hermongena Maestro, Romblou, Capiz, PI; enlisted Cavite, PI, May 29, 1914), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

MONTMORENCY, JOHN VICTOR, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Mrs Paul Montmorency, 15 Walnut Street, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, July 17, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

MONTORFANO, LOUIS, Seaman, (father, Paul Montorfano, 523 Highpoint Avenue, West Hoboken, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, March 27, 1917), USS Alabama, battleship (later BB-8), disease, August 1, 1918

 

MOODY, JOHN KENNETH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Herbert Lyle Moody, Redding, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, June 18, 1918), Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 21, 1918

 

MOOK, ORRIR CLAIR, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, O C Mook, 747 Seventh Street, Port Arthur, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, June 5, 1917), USS Utah, dreadnought battleship (later BB-30), respiratory disease, October 25, 1918

 

MOON, ALBERT TILTON, Landsman for Yeoman, (mother, Bessie Case Moon, 2575 Thirty-1st Avenue, San Francisco, Calif; enlisted San Diego, Calif, June 3, 1918), Naval Training Station, San Francisco, Calif, disease, August 9, 1918

 

MOONEY, CHRISTOPHER, Landsman for Quartermaster (A), (sister, Julia Mooney, 146 Spruce Street, Paterson, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, March 22, 1918), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, April 8, 1918

 

MOONEY, ROBERT EMMETT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John G Mooney, Flatwoods, Va; enlisted Richmond, Va, June 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 14, 1918

 

MOONEY, THOMAS JOHN, Ensign, Reserve Force (class 3), (mother, Arabella Mooney, 727 Operlousas Avenue, New Orleans, La; appointed Louisiana), Base Hospital No 6, Talence, France (Army), respiratory disease, August 14, 1918

 

MOORE, CHARLES ALBERT, Seaman, 2nd class, (sister, Willma Duncan, Days Creek, Oreg; enlisted Portland, Oreg, November 12, 1917), Naval Hospital, Key West, Fla, respiratory disease, October 24, 1918

 

MOORE, CHARLES RICHARD, Water Tender, (father, George Moore, Somerset, Pa; enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, April 14, 1916), USS William Rockefeller, tanker (ID-1581), escorted, torpedoed and sunk by UC.58 off Peterhead, Scotland, May 18, 1918

 

MOORE, CLARENCE STARR, Quartermaster, 1st class, USNRF, (mother, May H Lewis, 3823 Alki Avenue, Seattle, Wash; enlisted Puget Sound, Wash, May 26, 1917), USS SC-311, submarine chaser, lost at sea, presumably drowned, July 17, 1918

 

MOORE, DAVID BROOKS, Quartermaster, 2nd class (A), USNRF, (mother, Mary E Moore, 3421 Woolman Avenue, San Diego, Calif; enlisted San Diego, Calif, August 9, 1918), Naval Training Station, San Diego, Calif, respiratory disease, November 10, 1918

 

MOORE, FRANK HUGH, Landsman for Electrician (G), (mother, Lelia Moore Simmons, Gilmore, Ark; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, May 29, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 12, 1918

 

MOORE, GLEN ALMANAN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Gertrude Moore, Minoa, N Y; enlisted Syracuse, N Y May 1, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

MOORE, HARRY JOSEPH, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Maude Eleanor Brockie, 2047 Brandywine Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 2, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 2, 1918

 

MOORE, HORACE L, Gunner's Mate, 1st class (other sources), US Submarine F-4 (Skate, No.23), sank during routine training off Honolulu Harbor, March 25, 1915

 

MOORE, IRVING T, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Jessie I Moore, 1829 East First Street, Duluth, Minn; enlisted Newport, R I, April 14, 1917), Headquarters, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, December 19, 1917

 

MOORE, JAMES BERNARD, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (Nephew, John A Moore, Pocomoke City, Md; enlisted Norfolk, Va, October 26, 1915), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 11, 1918

 

MOORE, JEREMIAH, Hospital Apprentice, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Alice Moore, Lyons, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, July 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 30, 1918

 

MOORE, LAWRENCE HENRY, Fireman, 1st class, (father, James Alfred Moore, R F D 6, Tyler, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, October 22, 1913), Naval Station, Key West, Fla, respiratory disease, July 21, 1917

 

MOORE, LEE BLANCHARD, Landsman for Electrician (R), (father, William Henry Moore, Galloway, Wis; enlisted Oshkosh, Wis, February 8, 1918), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, May 17, 1918

 

MOORE, LESLIE ALCOTT, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Bessie Amelia Moore, 84 River Street, Mattapan, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, April 19, 1918), USS Nebraska, battleship (later BB-14), influenza, September 25, 1918

 

MOORE, MARSHALL, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, William Moore, Webster Grove, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, December 3, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, March 19, 1918

 

MOORE, ROSCOE CHESTER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Morris Emery Moore, Osborne, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 2, 1918

 

MOORE, RUSSELL ROBINSON, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Thomas B Moore, 101 East Sixth Street, Wilmington, Del; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, June 13, 1917), Receiving Ship, Washington, D C, influenza, October 25, 1918

 

MOORE, SIDNEY HILL, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Frank Arthur Moore, Americus, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, May 9, 1918), Navy Base Hospital No 5, disease, November 5, 1918

 

MOORE, STANLEY MATHEWS, Seaman, (father, Jesse E Moore, post-office box 21, Cincinnati, Ohio; enlisted Norfolk, Va, October 27, 1915), Naval Hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo, respiratory disease, May 27, 1918

 

MOORE, STEWART MARK, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Fannie Moore Pugh, Wildsville, La; enlisted Jackson, Miss, July 20, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MOORE, WILLIAM CHARLES, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class (A), USNRF, (father, Michael Moore, 804 classon Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y December 24, 1917), Naval Air Station, Miami, Fla, respiratory disease, October 18, 1918

 

MOORE, WILLIAM HENRY, Chief Yeoman, USNRF, (father, William Henry Moore, sr, 151 West Ninety-sixth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y November 24, 1917), New York, N Y, disease, October 22, 1918

 

MOORE, WINFIELD HERBERT, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Perry Moore, Barker, Tex; enlisted Houston, Tex, November 16, 1917), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, January 9, 1918

 

MOORES, HERMAN GRAY, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Lillian Moores, Muir, Ky; enlisted Louisville, Ky, July 6, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MOORHEAD, THOMAS JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, James Moorhead, 22 Court Street, Newtonville, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, May 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 26, 1918

 

MOORMAN, LEW KILBOURN, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Frances Elizabeth Moorman, 114 South Creek Street, Dewey, Okla; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, June 18, 1918), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, respiratory disease, October 5, 1918

 

MOOTZ, EUGENE WILLIAM, Seaman, (father, Adam Joseph Mootz, 620 William Street, Buffalo, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y November 13, 1915), USS Ticonderoga, ex-German Kamilla Rickmers, freighter (ID 1958), convoy straggler due to engine trouble, sunk by gunfire and torpedo of U.152 in North Atlantic (total of 213 Naval crew and Army soldiers lost), September 30, 1918

 

MORAN, ALBERT FRANCIS, Fireman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Catherine Moran, R R 1, Onslow, Iowa; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, May 15, 1918), USS Amphitrite, ex-monitor (BM 2), guardship, New York harbor, at Naval Hospital, New York, N Y (NHC - at Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y), steam accident on October 3, scalded, DOI, November 5, 1918

 

MORAN, EDWARD BARTHOLOMEW, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Michael James Moran, Brattleboro, Vt; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 24, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Hingham, Mass, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MORAN, JAMES WATKINS, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Ella Moran, Una, Tenn; enlisted Nashville, Tenn, December 11, 1917), Naval Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, disease, February 15, 1918

 

MORAN, JOHN THOMAS, Seaman, 2nd class, (aunt, Margaret Moran, 245 Granston Street, Providence, R I; enlisted Providence, R I, May 23, 1917), SS Actaeon, ex-German Adamsturm, freighter, torpedoed and sunk by U.84 west of France, drowned (but sunk on 24th, total of 4 men killed), November 25, 1917

 

MORAN, THEODORE EDWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Mark Francis Moran, 754 East Cantrell Street, Decatur, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, June 11, 1918), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

MORAN, THOMAS JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Hanora Moran, 249 Fifth Street, Jersey City, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, July 20, 1917), USS Solace, hospital ship (later AH-2), Base No 2, respiratory disease, March 26, 1918

 

MORBACH, FRED, Shipfitter, 1st class, (father, Henry N Morbach, 351 North Sixth Street, Newark, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, July 14, 1917), USS Leonidas, ex-collier, ex-survey ship, submarine chaser tender (later AD-7), based at Corfu, Greece, respiratory disease, October 23, 1918

 

MORENCY, OMER, Fireman, 1st class, USNRF, (father, Ferdinand Morency, Salem, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, May 28, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 18, 1918

 

MORESCO, WILLIAM MICHAEL, Landsman for Machinist's Mate, USNRF, (wife, Carrie A Moresco, 570 Neptune Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y July 16, 1918), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, September 27, 1918

 

MORGAN, CLARKSON MOORE, Chief Machinist's Mate, (mother, Elmira Morgan, Harrisonville, N J; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, August 12, 1914), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, disease, October 9, 1918

 

MORGAN, EDWARD SCOTT, Jr, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Edward Scott Morgan, sr, 1364 Columbia Road NW, Washington, D C; enlisted Baltimore, Md, July 9, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MORGAN, EDWARD, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Constance Morgan, 6 North Street, Portland, Oreg; enlisted El Paso, Tex, July 3, 1917), Receiving Ship, Norfolk, Va, died, March 14, 1918

 

MORGAN, EUGENE JOHN, Yeoman, 2nd class, (brother, Frank J Morgan, Jacksonville, Fla; enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, February 14, 1916), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

MORGAN, JAMES, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Lulu Morgan, Harrisburg, Oreg; enlisted Portland, Oreg, December 10, 1917), Naval Station, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, February 2, 1918

 

MORGAN, JEFFERSON DAVIS, Ship's Cook, 1st class, (sister, Carrie Jennings, 809 Fifth Avenue, Boyles, Ala; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, March 14, 1916), Marine Hospital, Baltimore, Md, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MORGAN, MOSES LEONARD, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Len Morgan, Gulf Point, Fla; enlisted Montgomery, Ala, April 30, 1917), USS Louisiana, battleship (later BB-19), during gunnery practice, shell from USS New Hampshire, battleship (No.25) hit port side of ship, killed, June 1, 1918

 

MORGAN, MYRON, Coxswain, (father, Abraham Morgan, Independence, Me; enlisted Pittsburgh, Pa, June 30, 1917), Naval Aviation, Foreign Service, Army Base Hospital, Talence, Bordeaux, France, died, July 23, 1918

 

MORGAN, WANFRED ABRAM Machinist (retired), (wife, Marion J Morgan, 126 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, Calif; appointed California), Oakland, Calif, disease, October 22, 1918

 

MORGENSTERN, CHARLES OTTO, Coxswain, (mother, Magdalena Wise, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, May 7, 1915), USS New York, dreadnought battleship (later BB-34), lost overboard, February 16, 1918

 

MORONG, JOHN ARTHUR, Seaman, 1st class rrr, (sister, Mae Dudley, 36 Monument Square, Charlestown, Mass rrr; enlisted Boston, Mass rrr, March 19, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y rrr, respiratory disease rrr, November 11, 1918

 

MORRILL, GEORGE HENRY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Hattie S Morrill, 41 Grossman Avenue, Beach Bluff, Mass; enlisted Marblehead, Mass, March 19, 1917), Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, October 19, 1918

 

MORRIS, ALBERT SIDNEY, Fireman, 1st class, (sister, Sally Jones, 415 North Taylor Street, Gainesville, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, July 20, 1917), USS Salem, scout cruiser (No.3, later CL-3), liberty boat returning from Key West, Fla to ship, capsized, drowned, September 29, 1918

 

MORRIS, ALFRED, Wardroom Steward, (wife, Bellar Morris, 1433 South Twenty-2nd Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, December 18, 1917), Philadelphia, Pa, poisoned, November 3, 1918

 

MORRIS, CHARLES ODREY, Shipwright, (father, George W Morris, 1121 Emerson Avenue, Farrell, Pa; enlisted Little Rock, Ark, April 25, 1917), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, June 12, 1918

 

MORRIS, CHARLEY, Jr, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Charley Morris, sr, 319 Muscadine Street, Greenville, Miss; enlisted Meridian, Miss, June 4, 1918), Naval Air Station, Pauillac, France, respiratory disease, September 24, 1918

 

MORRIS, EARL LESLIE, Coxswain, (father, Jonah Leslie Morris, R R 1, St Joseph, Mo; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, January 9, 1918), USS Rijnland, ex-Dutch, freighter (ID-2718), fell into hold of vessel, September 3, 1918

 

MORRIS, FRANK MUNNERLYN, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, M B Morris, Eagle Hill, N Mex; enlisted El Paso, Tex, December 18, 1917), Naval Training Camp, San Diego, Calif, respiratory disease, February 5, 1918

 

MORRIS, HUGH JOSEPH, Pay Clerk, Reserve Force (class 4-3), (mother, Anna Morris, 2864 Kingsbridge Terrace, New York, N Y; appointed New York), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MORRIS, JOHN L, Chief Machinist, USNRF, (wife, Hannah H Morris, Lewes, Del; appointed Delaware), Navy Base Hospital No 5, Lorient, France, respiratory disease, October 5, 1918

 

MORRIS, LUNDY PLATT, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Anna Morris Overby, 119 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Ga; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, October 11, 1916), USS Louisiana, battleship (later BB-19), died, June 8, 1917

 

MORRIS, MILTON PALMER, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Minnie Elizabeth Morris, 221 Baldwin Avenue, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, July 22, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 20, 1918

 

MORRIS, NORMAN, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Lizzie Courtney Morris, Lessley, Miss; enlisted Jackson, Miss, January 10, 1918), USS Mercy, ex-liner Saratoga, hospital ship (ID-1305, later AH-4), served along US East Coast, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

MORRIS, WENDALL NEY, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Mary Morris, general delivery, Rhone, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, March 12, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, April 15, 1917

 

MORRISON, DAVE, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, W W Morrison, R F D 1, Malvern, Ark; enlisted Little Rock, Ark, June 29, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza, September 28, 1918

 

MORRISON, ELMER LEAVITT, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Henrietta C Morrison, R F D 2, Culver, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, October 1, 1918), Naval Unit, University of Kansas, respiratory disease, October 22, 1918

 

MORRISSETTE, WALTER, Ship's Cook, 1st class, (mother, Carrie Morrissette, 808 East Twenty-ninth Avenue, Council Bluffs, Iowa; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, December 20, 1915), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, injured, DOI, December 6, 1917

 

MORROW, ABNER RUSH, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF, (wife, Em P Morrow, Eutaw, Ala; enlisted Birmingham, Ala, April 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

MORROW, GLENN MORTON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, James C Morrow, 614 North Ninth Street, Neodesha, Kans; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, May 7, 1918), Camp Logan, Ill, respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

 

MORROW, HARLEY EDGAR, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (father, Tom Morrow, Hazlehurst, Miss; enlisted Meridian, Miss, July 10, 1918), Naval Hospital, New Orleans, La, influenza, October 14, 1918

 

MORSE, ARTHUR WILSON, Fireman, 2nd class, (mother, Nellie Morse, 16 Chase Avenue, Manchester, N H; enlisted Boston, Mass, December 13, 1917), USS Mount Vernon, ex-German liner Kronprinzessen Cecilie, troop transport (ID-4508), torpedoed and damaged by U.82 off French Atlantic coast, September 5, 1918

 

MORSON, MYRON, Ordinary Seaman, USCG, (mother, Mrs Florence L Morson, Fairhaven, N J), USCG Academy, New London, Conn, respiratory disease, March 10, 1918

 

MORTL, OTTO VINCENT, Apprentice Seaman, (father, Martin Mortl, 320 North Hamilton Street, Lincoln, III; enlisted Peoria, Ill, June 7, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 29, 1918

 

MORTON, OREN EDWARD, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Leota Wilson, Bishop, Calif; enlisted Los Angeles, Calif, July 10, 1917), Naval Training Station, San Francisco, Calif, disease, September 7, 1918

 

MOSES, ERNEST OLIN, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (father, Isaiah Moses, sr, 109 Chestnut Street, Darlington, S C; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, May 8, 1917), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MOSES, ROBERT NEIL, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, J H Moses, 85 Penrose Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio; enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, June 4, 1917), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, respiratory disease, August 15, 1918

 

MOSS, GILBERT COCHRAN, Quartermaster, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, M E Moss, 4835 Winthrop Avenue, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Chicago, Ill, January 30, 1918), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, respiratory disease, August 25, 1918

 

MOSS, JOHN HOWARD, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Charlotte Moss Dene, 40 Ten Broeck Street, Scotia, N Y; enlisted Albany, N Y January 14, 1918), Brest, France, drowned, June 18, 1918

 

MOSTERIO, VINCENT, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Annie Bonds Mosterio, Bell Street, New Orleans, La; enlisted New Orleans, La, May 25, 1917), USS Annapolis, gunboat (later PG-10), Gulf of Mexico patrol, respiratory disease, November 4, 1918

 

MOTHERSBAUGH, BERT, Fireman, 2nd class, (brother, Oscar Mothersbaugh, Syracuse, N Y; enlisted El Paso, Tex, December 28, 1917), Naval Station, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 18, 1918

 

MOTT, LeROY ALLEN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Ella Johnston, R F D 1, Oneida, N Y; enlisted Syracuse, N Y August 7, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 19, 1918

 

MOULD, ROY C, Ensign, (brother, F W Mould, 17422 Cannon Street, Cleveland, Ohio; appointed Ohio), USS Rochester, ex-New York, ex-Saratoga, armored cruiser (No.2, later CA-2), respiratory disease, October 28, 1918

 

MOULTON, CHARLES EDWARD, Coal Heaver, USCG, (mother, Mrs Carrie Moulton, Conway, N H), USCG, New York Division, at Marine Hospital, Stapleton, N Y, respiratory disease, April 20, 1918

 

MOUTNER, HENRY, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Sophie Moutner, 307 East Eighty-fifth Street, New York, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y August 6, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, October 3, 1918

 

MOWAT, ANDREW, Assistant Paymaster, (mother, J Mowat, 128 Broadway, Newport, R I; appointed Rhode Island), USS President Lincoln, ex-German liner, troop transport (no ID #), torpedoed and sunk by U90 about 600 miles west of France, May 31, 1918

 

MOYER, FRANKLIN PAUL, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (father, Christian F Moyer, 205 State Street, Elkhart, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, July 18, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 23, 1918

 

MOYER, HENRY ALLEN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Frank Colton Moyer, 301 Ravine Avenue, Rochester, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y June 17, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, October 1, 1918

 

MOYER, WAYNE WASHINGTON, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (brother, George E Moyer, Colmar, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, April 11, 1918), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, October 6, 1918

 

MOZADA, VALENTINE BACUSMO, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, (mother, Magdeline Mozada, San Rosi Street, Carcer, PI; enlisted Seattle, Wash, November 7, 1917), Naval Hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo, respiratory disease, October 28, 1918

 

MUELLER, ARTHUR FRED, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, Alfred Mueller, Beemer, Nebr; enlisted Omaha, Nebr, June 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va, respiratory disease, November 2, 1918

 

MUELLER, GEORGE WILLIAM, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Anna Myers Mueller, 39 North First Street, Meriden, Conn; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, June 13, 1918), Naval Hospital, Cape May, N J, influenza, October 4, 1918

 

MUFFAT, PAUL CARL, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (mother, Mrs Paul E Muffat, 610 Brooklyn Avenue, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, May 31, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 27, 1918

 

MUIR, GEORGE WILLIAM, Seaman 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Muir, R F D 1, box 275, South Tacoma, Wash; enlisted Tacoma, Wash, May 25, 1918), Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Wash, respiratory disease, October 6, 1918

 

MUIR, JOSEPH HALL ALLISON, Seaman, 1st class, USNRF, (J A Muir, 26 Merrymount Road, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md; enlisted Baltimore, Md, February 22, 1917), SS Kansas City, freighter (British-owned), Seaman Muir assigned as signalman from USS Albany, sailing New York for Bristol, ship went missing on this date in North Atlantic, possibly foundered in storm (around 30 lost), drowned, September 5, 1917

 

MULCAHY, JOHN MICHAEL, Fireman, 1st class, (wife, Margaret Veronica Mulcahy, 2607 South Chadwick Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted New York, N Y December 18, 1915), Receiving Ship, Washington, D C, disease, December 12, 1917

 

MULLAN, JESSE, Fireman, 3rd class, (brother, Eugene Mullan, Forrest, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, April 19, 1917), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, disease, May 23, 1917

 

MULLANE, ARTHUR FRANCIS, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Mrs Gertrude Toohey, postoffice box 278, Haskell N J; enlisted Newark, N J, February 19, 1917), USS Comfort, ex-passenger ship Havana, hospital ship (later AH-3), respiratory disease, September 27, 1918

 

MULLANE, JAMES, Landsman for Electrician (R), USNRF (not in active Service), (sister, Edna Burns, 911 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y October 10, 1917), Third Naval District, New York, respiratory disease, April 22, 1918

 

MULLANEY, HENRY, Ordinary Seaman (other sources), USS Memphis, ex-Tennessee, armored cruiser (No.10), wrecked by tidal wave off Santo Domingo City, August 29, 1916

 

MULLEN, JAMES CONRAD, Water Tender, (Cousin, Mary A Waley, 402 Thirteenth Street, Brooklyn N Y; enlisted U S S Jenkins, December 2, 1917), USS Jenkins, destroyer (later DD-42), based at Queenstown, Ireland, respiratory disease, July 23, 1918

 

MULLEN, LEO DAVID, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Frances J Mullen, 110 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y June 5, 1918), Naval Hospital, Pelham Bay Park, N Y, respiratory disease, October 8, 1918

 

MULLEN, OBE DYER, Fireman, 3rd class, (wife, Josephine Mullen, Hazel, Okla; enlisted Oklahoma City, Okla, December 12, 1917), Naval Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, January 21, 1918

 

MULLICAN, JOHN BETHEL, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Evan B Mullican, Baird, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, April 14, 1917), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, disease, June 2, 1917

 

MULLIN, THOMAS A, Chief Storekeeper, USNRF, (mother, Mary Mullin, 273 Wyckoff Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y April 18, 1917), Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N Y, died, November 2, 1918

 

MULLIN, THOMAS FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (sister, Josephine Mullin, 441 Forty-sixth Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted Brooklyn, N Y June 5, 1918), Naval Air Station, Rockaway Beach, Long Island, N Y, respiratory disease, October 29, 1918

 

MULLINS, CHARLES HURLEY, Yeoman, 3rd class, (father, W E Mullins, Ottumwa, Iowa; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, April 15, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, July 27, 1917

 

MULLINS, PETER, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Mary Mullins, 96 Canonicus Street, Fall River, Mass; enlisted Providence, R I, June 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 22, 1918

 

MULVEY, JOSEPH M, Ensign, Reserve Force (class 3), (mother, Minnie T O'Connor, 717 Court Street, Portsmouth, Va; appointed Virginia), USS Cyclops, collier (No.4), ship disappeared in western Atlantic after leaving Barbados on March 4, 1918, declared lost, June 14, 1918

 

MUMM, HARVEY, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, Christopher C Mumm, Leesburg, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, February 8, 1917), USS Mount Vernon, ex-German liner Kronprinzessen Cecilie, troop transport (ID-4508), torpedoed and damaged by U.82 off French Atlantic coast, September 5, 1918

 

MUNCEY, ULYSSES JEFFERSON, Fireman, 3rd class, (father, Samuel Wamon Muncey, Jonesville, Va; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, July 31, 1918), Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif, influenza, October 28, 1918

 

MUNDY, CHESTER IRVING, Seaman, (father, Edward Mundy, South Dansville, N Y; enlisted Rochester, N Y March 2, 1917), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 7, 1918

 

MUNN, THOMAS HENRY, Landsman for Machinist's Mate (A), USNRF, (mother, Martha J Munn, R 1, Lamar, S C; enlisted Columbia, S C, July 19, 1918), Naval Hospital, Charleston, S C, respiratory disease, September 19, 1918

 

MUNSON, ANDREW, Machinist's Mate, 2nd class, (mother, Karna Munson, 446 Marie Avenue, St Paul, Minn; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, June 2, 1917), USS San Diego, ex-California, armored cruiser (No.6), mined, laid by U.156, sank 10 miles SE of Fire Island, New York (also possibly torpedoed by U.156 or internal explosion), July 19, 1918 (BN - 18th)

 

MURPHY, BRUCE DARWIN, Fireman, 2nd class, (father, James D Murphy, 209 Henry Street, Hot Springs, Ark; enlisted Little Rock, Ark, May 1, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, April 12, 1918

 

MURPHY, CLARENCE RICHARD, Chief Quartermaster (A), USNRF, (wife, Eugenia W Murphy, 1030 South Monroe Street, Green Bay, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, W T is, August 22, 1918), Dunwoody Naval Training School, Minneapolis, Minn, influenza, October 10, 1918

 

MURPHY, CUTHBERT CHARLES, Yeoman, 1st class, USNRF, (father, John M Murphy, Ill5 Spruce Street, Richmond Hill, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y February 11, 1918), Richmond Hill, N Y, influenza, October 17, 1918

 

MURPHY, EDMUND CHARLES, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (sister, Pauline Murphy, 84 Taylor Street, Brooklyn, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y March 5, 1918), New York, N Y, Marine Hospital, respiratory disease, October 16, 1918

 

MURPHY, FRANK JOSEPH, Water Tender, (wife, Lillian Murphy, 3105 Arctic Street, San Diego, Calif; enlisted Puget Sound, Wash, November 11, 1915), Naval Hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo, disease, July 17, 1918

 

MURPHY, GEORGE AUSTIN, Fireman, 3rd class, (sister, Alice Coleman, 32 Sidney Street, Lowell, Mass; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, June 15, 1917), Military Hospital, Halifax, Nova Scotia, respiratory disease, January 20, 1918

 

MURPHY, GEORGE, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (Guardian, Garnet Woolsley Murphy, Lubec, Me; enlisted Machias, Me, March 18, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 30, 1918

 

MURPHY, HENRY EDWARD, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Mary Tobln, Addison, N Y; enlisted Peoria, Ill, November 28, 1917), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, respiratory disease, December 24, 1917

 

MURPHY, JOHN EDWARD, Chief Boatswain's Mate, (wife, Carolyne Murphy, 1231 Wolf Street, Philadelphia, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, February 27, 1915), Naval Recruiting Station, Syracuse, N Y, respiratory disease, October 15, 1918

 

MURPHY, JOHN FRANCIS, Fireman, 2nd class, (brother, Joseph Morris Murphy, 130 Dorchester Street, South Boston, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, June 7, 1918), Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass, influenza, September 12, 1918

 

MURPHY, JOHN JOSEPH, Ship's Cook, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Mary Murphy, 34 Bradley Street, Dorchester, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, May 31, 1917), Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, N H, respiratory disease, September 26, 1918

 

MURPHY, JOHN RAY, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Eugenia Murphy, Beaufort, N C; enlisted Morehead City, N C, June 1, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

MURPHY, JOHN WILLIAM, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF (not in active Service), (mother, Margaret Calnan Murphy, 40 Oliver Street, Somerville, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, July 18, 1918), at home Somerville, Mass, influenza, October 2, 1918

 

MURPHY, JOHN, Storekeeper, 2nd class, (wife, Henrietta E Murphy, 2371 Kemper Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio; enlisted New York, N Y February 15, 1918), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, disease, April 12, 1918

 

MURPHY, JOSEPH GERARD, Ensign, USNRF (class 5), (mother, Mrs Katherine Murphy, Telson Terrace, Somerville, Mass; appointed Massachusetts), Miami, Fla, respiratory disease, October 18, 1918

 

MURPHY, JOSEPH PATRICK, Fireman, 3rd class, (mother, Mary Murphy, 4 Wall Street, Charlestown, Mass; enlisted Boston, Mass, April 3, 1917), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, injured, DOI, December 6, 1917

 

MURPHY, LEO BOYD, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Daniel B Murphy, Oreville, Calif; enlisted Des Moines, Iowa, May 9, 1917), USS George Washington, ex-German liner, troop transport (ID-3018), washed overboard in heavy sea, December 17, 1917

 

MURPHY, LILIAN M, Nurse, US Navy Nurse Corps, serving at Naval Base Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va, died of influenza, 1918, date not known, awarded Navy Cross (right, citation - thanks to Eric Nash)

 

MURPHY, MARTIN JAMES, Apprentice Seaman, (mother, Winifred Murphy, 19 Rill Street, Providence, R I; enlisted Providence, R I, July 20, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 18, 1918

 

MURPHY, MICHAEL VINCENT, Pharmacist's Mate, 3rd class, (brother, J P Murphy, 322 East Street, New York, N Y; enlisted Dallas, Tex, August 11, 1913), Naval Station, Mare Island, Calif, disease, January 29, 1918

 

MURPHY, ROY RODERICK, Pharmacist's Mate, 1st class, (father, William D Murphy, 1723 Oak Street, Columbus, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, February 10, 1916), USS Nokomis, ex-steam yacht, patrol and escort vessel (SP-609), baes in western France, respiratory disease, May 25, 1918

 

MURPHY, SIMON THOMAS, Fireman, 3rd class, (brother, Joseph Murphy, 422 Forest Avenue, Rockford, Ill; enlisted Rockford, Ill, July 9, 1917), USS Jacob Jones, destroyer (No.61), sailing Brest, France for Queenstown, Ireland, torpedoed and sunk by U.53, December 6, 1917

 

MURPHY, THOMAS LEO, Gunner, (wife, Bessie Bent Murphy, 605 South Avenue, Wilkinsburg, Pa; appointed Pennsylvania), Hospital, Ravenna, Italy, seaplane accident at Porto Corsini, Italy, DOI, September 15, 1918

 

MURPHY, WILLIAM HENRY, Electrician, 3rd class (G), USNRF, (mother, Georgiana Thompson Murphy, 2822 Lowe Avenue, Chicago, Ill; enlisted Great Lakes, Ill, July 22, 1918), Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill, respiratory disease, September 27, 1918

 

MURPRHEY, CHARLES HIGH, Ship Fitter, 1st class, (father, W E Murphrey, 801 West Walker Street, Denison, Tex; enlisted Dallas, Tex, February 5, 1917), USS Louisville, ex-liner Saint Louis, transport (ID-1644), respiratory disease, September 24, 1918

 

MURRAY, CHARLES FRANCIS, Seaman, (mother, Delia Hastings, 478 Cherry Street, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y May 21, 1918), Naval Hospital, Key West, Fla, respiratory disease, October 14, 1918

 

MURRAY, EUGENE M, Ensign, USNRF (class 4), (wife, Sarah Murray, Grays Lane, Haverford, Pa; appointed Pennsylvania), Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, disease, May 30, 1918

 

MURRAY, EVANS ELLIOT, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (mother, Rosie Murray, 243 Tenth Street SE, Washington, D C; enlisted Washington, D C, June 14, 1918), Naval Hospital, Washington, D C, disease, July 18, 1918

 

MURRAY, JOSEPH FRANCIS, Seaman, 2nd class USNRF, (sister, Mary Veronica Murray, 709 Fourth Street, Plainfield, N J; enlisted Newark, N J, May 4, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 26, 1918

 

MURRAY, STEPHEN ALPHONSE, Electrician, 3rd class, (mother, Annastasia Murray, 401 Manhattan Avenue, New York, N Y; enlisted New York, N Y August 6, 1917), USS Nevada, dreadnought battleship (later BB-36), respiratory disease, October 21, 1918

 

MURRAY, THOMAS RUFUS, Baker, 2nd class, (mother, Mary Murray, rear 125 Oak Street, Taunton, Mass; enlisted Providence, R I, August 12, 1918), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 28, 1918

 

MURRAY, WILLIAM JOHN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF (not in active Service), (sister, Dorothea M Murray, 345 Burns Avenue, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Chicago, Ill, June 4, 1918), Detroit, Mich, attached to Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh Naval Districts, respiratory disease, October 15, 1918

 

MURRAY, WILLIAM, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, John G Murray, Mooresville, N C; enlisted Raleigh, N C, May 30, 1918), Receiving Ship, New York, N Y, drowned, July 18, 1918

 

MURRY, JOHN JOSEPH, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John Jarvis Murry, Menlo Park, Calif; enlisted San Francisco, Calif, May 12, 1917), San Diego, Calif, disease, December 18, 1917

 

MUSE, CHARLES JOSEPH, Chief Yeoman, (father, C W Muse, De Soto, Mo; enlisted Little Rock, Ark, May 17, 1917), Naval Hospital, Newport, R I, respiratory disease, September 29, 1918

 

MUSICK, EDGAR NATHANIEL, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Laura Musick, 5111 3rd Street, Columbus, Ga; enlisted Atlanta, Ga, April 29, 1917), USS Kentucky, battleship (later BB-6), drowned, April 25, 1918

 

MUSKET, HARLEY PAUL, Electrician, 3rd class, (wife, Ester Musket, 6321 Spencer Place, St Louis, Mo; enlisted St Louis, Mo, January 19, 1917), Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va, disease, April 9, 1918

 

MUSSEN, ROY DEWEY, Seaman 2nd class, NNV, (father, Harry P Mussen, 836 Seyborn avenue, Detroit, Mich; enlisted Detroit, Mich, April 9, 1917), USS Von Steuben, ex-German liner Kronprinz Wilhelm, troop transport (ID-3017), respiratory disease, April 2, 1918

 

MUTERSPAUGH, LEE, Fireman, 1st class, (mother, Melica Muterspaugh, 331 Entendence Street, Pensacola, Fla; enlisted New York, N Y December 8, 1917), Naval Station, New York, N Y, died, February 23, 1918

 

MUTTY, LOUIS PETER, Quartermaster (Chief) (A), USNRF, (father, Peter Mutty, 508 Lincoln Street, Port Townsend, Wash; enlisted Seattle, Wash, July 12, 1917), Naval Air Station, Miami, Fla, seaplane accident, July 9, 1918

 

MYERS, ELMER MEDEARIS, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, (father, Harry Myers, 225 Warren Street, Dayton, Ohio; enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio, April 15, 1918), Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Ill, influenza, September 28, 1918

 

MYERS, ERNEST CLOYD, Boatswain's Mate, 1st class, (brother, Floyd Myers, R F D 4, Bellevue, Ohio; enlisted Cleveland, Ohio, January 25, 1915), SS Florence H, freighter, Armed Guard detachment, in convoy, internal explosion and blew up off French west coast, total of 45 killed, April 17, 1918

 

MYERS, GROVER WILLIAM, Gunner's Mate, 1st class, (wife, Mary L Myers, Italy, Tex; enlisted Cavite, PI, April 20, 1917), Naval Hospital, Canacao, PI, disease, May 16, 1917

 

MYERS, HAROLD, Boy, 1st class, USCG, (mother, Mrs Altia Myers, Corner Eighteenth And Third Streets, St Petersburg, Fla), USS Tampa, ex-USCG Cutter, ocean escort, left escort of HG.107, torpedoed and sunk by UB.91 off Bristol Channel in 50.40N, 06.19W (total of 115 crew and 16 passengers lost), September 26, 1918

 

MYERS, HARRY CURTIS, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (wife, Ursula Myers, corner First and Pine Streets, Port Carbon, Pa; enlisted Philadelphia, Pa, July 15, 1918), Naval Hospital, Puget Sound, Wash, influenza, October 3, 1918

 

MYERS, JESSE, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (wife, Alma Myers, Blue, W Va; enlisted Parkersburg, W Va, July 8, 1918), Naval Hospital, Naval Base, Va, respiratory disease, October 4, 1918

 

MYERS, JULIUS, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (father, John Myers, Route 5, Rice Lake, Wis; enlisted Milwaukee, Wis, June 24, 1918), Camp Logan, Ill, respiratory disease, October 1, 1918

 

MYERS, LEE, Seaman, 2nd class, (mother, Alice Myers, Crystal Springs, Miss; enlisted Houston, Tex, December 14, 1917), Navy Rifle Range, Camp Logan, Ill, respiratory disease, September 27, 1918

 

MYERS, MELVIN TINSMAN, Seaman, 2nd class, USNRF, (mother, Margaret Anna Myers, Paloma, Ill; enlisted Peoria, Ill, June 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa, influenza, September 26, 1918

 

MYERS, ROY AUSTIN, Fireman, 3rd class, (sister, Clara Myers, Wheatfield, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, November 21, 1917), Naval Hospital, New York, N Y, respiratory disease, March 21, 1918

 

MYERS, THOMAS PEAKER, Mess Attendant, 3rd class, USNRF, (wife, Mrs Sarah Myers, Towson, Md; enlisted Baltimore, Md, May 22, 1918), Navy Base Hospital No 5, respiratory disease, October 7, 1918

 

MYERS, THOMAS WALTER, Carpenter's Mate, 1st class, (father, William H Myers, Cumberland, Md; enlisted Baltimore, Md, April 17, 1916), Naval Training Station, Naval Operating Base, Hampton Roads, Va, disease, August 5, 1918

 

MYERS, WALTER CLAY, Apprentice Seaman, USNRF, (mother, Nina Myers, Choctaw, Okla; enlisted Oklahoma City, Okla, June 3, 1918), Naval Hospital, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease, July 14, 1918

 

MYERS, WILLIAM EARLE, Seaman, (father, George F Myers, 11 Dixon Street, West Plaines, Mo; enlisted Kansas City, Mo, April 13, 1917), USS Seattle, ex-Washington, armored cruiser (No.11, later CA-11), respiratory disease, March 3, 1918

 

MYHRE, ERNEST OLIVER, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, (mother, Ogot Myhre, Valley City, N Dak; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, July 13, 1917), Naval Station, San Francisco, Calif, disease, July 27, 1918

 

MYLI, HIRAM IVAN ORLANDO, Landsman for Machinist's Mate, USNRF, (mother, Lena Myli, 1421 Fifth Avenue, South Fargo, N Dak; enlisted Minneapolis, Minn, June 21, 1918), Dunwoody Naval Training School, Minneapolis, Minn, influenza, October 7, 1918

 

MYTRO, DANIEL FELTON, Seaman, 2nd class, (father, Fred Mytro, 215 Miles Avenue, Syracuse, N Y; enlisted Buffalo, N Y January 19, 1917), USS Minnesota, battleship (later BB-22), drowned, June 18, 1917

 

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