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Friday, January 18, 2019

Friday's Photo: Raymond Taylor - Did he go to Borger High School in 1930?

"Raymond Taylor" is written on the back. 

This photo is one of many that belonged to my father's sisters. Dad and his siblings were Texans. Dad was born in Baylor County, Texas along with four siblings. His two oldest sisters were born in Erath County. 

Photo from
Borger High School
Yearbook - 1930
Dad (Whit Criswell Bryan) and his sisters - DeRay, Marie, and Willa Mae moved to Borger, Texas after the death of their father in 1929. 

I found an 18-year-old Raymond Taylor on the 1930 census of Borger as well as in the Borger High School 1930 yearbook. 

He was a senior in 1930, was the class treasurer, played football, and was the business manager of the yearbook. Could this be the same Raymond Taylor? He was close in age to Dad's sister, Willa Mae. Were they friends? Do you see a resemblance? 

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Sources U.S., School Yearbooks, 1900-1990 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010.

Family photographs and documents from the collection of Diana Bryan Quinn. 

Friday, January 4, 2019

The Family of William Quinn and Bridget Brannelly

William Quinn, the son of James Quinn and Catherine Fahy was born December 07, 1851 in Parish of Kinvara, Townland of Caheravoneen,  Co. Galway,  Ireland.  A farmer, he lived in Caheravoneen until his death on July 29, 1903.

William married Bridget Brannelly of Beagh Parish in Galway on March 9, 1886. On that date, he would have been 34 years old. Bridget would have been very close to 30.  

Bridget Brannelly's death record indicates she was 74 years old. This would make her year of birth approximately 1855. Bridget died on September 19, 1929 in Caheravoneen. Her parents are unknown.

Click here to read a little more about Bridget Brannelly. 

Children of William Quinn and Bridget Brannelly

John Quinn was born on March 03, 1887 in the Parish of Kinvara, Townland of Caheravoneen,  County Galway. Nothing is known about this John Quinn.  It is assumed that he died young as another child was named John in 1890. 

Mary Anne Quinn was born on August 15, 1888 in the Parish of Kinvara, Townland of Caheravoneen,  County Galway. At age 16, she departed from Queenstown in County Clare on the S.S. Campania and arrived at Ellis Island on June 24, 1905.  Her destination was to Jeffersonville, Indiana where she would be staying with her Aunt, Mrs. Dwyer. Mrs. Dwyer paid her passage and Mary Anne had $10 and a ticket to her final destination. This was her first trip to the United States and her last place of residence was Kinvara.  According to Mary Margaret Weber, daughter of Mary Anne Quinn, she arrived in the United States believing that she would be attending school but ended up working as a servant. In 1910, Mary Anne Quinn can be found working as a cook for in Louisville, Kentucky. She 
married Lawrence Dominic Meaney, the son of James Meany and Mary J. Hogan, on April 30, 1919 in Louisville.  Mary Anne and Lawrence had three children;  William Murray, Lawrence Dominic, and Mary Margaret. 

Lawrence Dominic Meaney died on September 24, 1956 in Louisville, Kentucky. Mary Anne Quinn Meaney died on January 21, 1969 in Louisville. They are buried in Calvary Cemetery.  

Click here to read more about the marriage of Mary Anne Quinn and Lawrence Meaney. 

John Joseph Quinn was born on June 14, 1890 in the Parish of Kinvara, Townland of Caheravoneen,  Co. Galway. Although he was born John Patrick he went by the name John Joseph Quinn. 

According to John's passport application in 1924, he came to the United States on October 28, 1914 and was naturalized as a citizen on June 8, 1918 in Spartanburg, South Carolina while serving in the United States Army. 

The 1930 census shows John married to his wife, Ellen, and working as a taxi cab driver in New York City.  Social Security records indicate that John Quinn died in August of 1965. 

Records from the West Galway History Center, indicate John married Delia Gillane on  May 02, 1933 at St. Joseph's Church, Galway; however, this is unlikely as John and his wife, Ellen, had daughters, Mary and Helen in the 1930s. There were a few other John Quinns living in and around Kinvara who may have married Della Gillane. 

Click here to see photos of John and his family. 

This is thought to be Peggy Dawson, daughter of Margaret and Harold.
Does anyone know if this actually Peggy? 
Margaret Mary Quinn was born on May 28, 1892 in the  Parish of Kinvara, Townland of Caheravoneen,  Co. Galway.  Family friend,  Michael Fahy, referred to her as "Maggie."  She left Queenstown aboard the S. S. Carmania on June 15, 1910 and arrived at Ellis Island on June 22, 1910. Her sister had paid for her fare and she listed her mother, Mrs. Quinn of Caheravoneen, Kinvara as her closest relative in Ireland. Her final destination was Jeffersonville, Indiana where she would stay with an Aunt, Mrs. Dwyer. Margaret did not remain in Indiana.  She married Harold E. Dawson on June 13, 1917 and was living in NYC by 1920. Margaret and Harold Edward Dawson had two children; Margaret Mary "Peggy" Dawson and Edward Quinn Dawson. Margaret Mary died in 1984. Her husband died in 1972. Their burial place is unknown. 

William Quinn, my husband's grandfather, was born on May 30, 1894 in the townland of Caheravoneen, Parish of Kinvara, County Galway, Ireland. 

It has been said that William Quinn came to the United States under an assumed name. Under the circumstances of 1921, it would have been a wise decision. William Quinn departed on the ship, the S. S. Celtic, from Liverpool, England using his own name.  It is not known how he arrived in Liverpool and may have used another name to leave Ireland. He arrived at Ellis Island on April 25, 1921.  William paid for his own passage and had $25 in his possession.  He was going to join his brother John Quinn at 58 West 106th Street in NYC.  He was uncertain of how long that he would stay and was in good health.  He was described as 5 feet 10 inches tall, with a dark complexion, black hair and brown eyes. He was 25 years old, listed his occupation as laborer, and could read and write.  He last residence was Ballinsaloe. He named his mother Mrs. B. Quinn of Caheravoneen as his nearest relative in Ireland.  

On February 14, 1926, William Joseph Quinn and Susan Murray were married at Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, Park Ave. and 84th Street in New York City. Friends who witnessed the wedding were were Patrick Gahan and Mary Tammon. 

In 1930 the Quinn family, William, Susan, and two daughters were living on West 174th Street along with a boarder, Jack Saunders.  William was a chauffeur for an auto company.  William and Susan had three more children. In the 1940s and until his death, William drove a bus in New York City.  William Joseph Quinn died on February 21, 1959 in New Jersey.  Susan Murray Quinn died on November 14, 1994 in Newport News, Virginia.  They are buried in Mount Carmel Catholic Cemetery, Tenafly, New Jersey. 

Click on the links below to read William Quinn's pension record from the old IRA. 

Peter Quinn was born on June 26, 1896 in the Parish of Kinvara, Townland of Caheravoneen,  Co. Galway. In 1921, Peter was one of several young men who were beaten by the Black and Tan said to be looking for Peter's brother, William  He was also dragged from the back of a wagon from Caherawoneen to Kinvara. Peter suffered head injuries and spent much time as an inmate in a hospital for patients suffering mental illness.  He died in a hospital in Ballinsaloe on December 11, 1945. It was said Peter was buried in a tomb in Ardrahan along with other Quinns; Mick and James.  

Celia Quinn was born on April 13, 1898 in the Parish of Kinvara, Townland of Caheravoneen,  Co. Galway. According to Ellis Island records, Celia left Liverpool, England on the Carmania and arrived in the United States on October 17, 1920.  As written on the ship's manifest, her complexion was listed as fair, hair was dark and eyes were gray.  She only planned to stay one year and was going to visit her sister Mrs. Dawson at 25 W. 26th Street, NY.  She was 20 years old and listed her mother, Mrs. Quinn, living at Caheravoneen in Kinvara, Ireland as her closest relative in Ireland. On September 3, 1927, Celia Agnes Quinn married Richard J. Houlihan. Celia was a ticket seller for the railroad. Richard served in the US Military during WWI. Richard also served in the Air Force from 1953 to 1955. Richard J. Houlihan died on October 9, 1962 in New York. Celia Agnes Quinn Houlihan died on February 7, 1984 in Howard County, Indiana. Both Richard and Celia are buried in the Long Island National Cemetery. 

Click here to see Celia's obituary. 

On the back of the picture is written "Delia's 2 babies"
Bridget Quinn, known as Delia, was the youngest child of William Quinn and Bridget Brannelly. She was born about 1901. 

It is not recorded, but it is assumed that she was also born in Caheravoneen.  Delia, the youngest, remained in Ireland and farmed the Quinn family land with her husband, Joe Stanton, until the 1940's.  Delia had two children, Teresa and Billy. She died when they were very young. Her death date and place of burial are not known. 

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Family photographs and documents from the collection of Diana Bryan Quinn.

Family photographs from the collection of Mary Meaney Weber. Used with permission. 

Quinn, Diana Bryan. Home Page (Currently unavailable). Freepages., 2001. <>

Monday, December 31, 2018

#52ancestors Post #52: The Last One

The writing prompt for #52ancestors during this last week of the year is Resolution. I don't usually make New Year's Resolutions, but I will make a few related to genealogy as I have some definite goals. Here are a few of my goals for 2019. 

#1. Find more information about Mayflower descendant, Peter Reed. I would like to prove my 5th great-grandfather, Benjamin Reed is his father. 

#2. Post more of the information found in Marguerite Cook Clark's wonderful collection. 

#3. Learn more about the siblings of George L. Giddens and the siblings of Mitchell Giddens in hopes of finding more family and family documents or photos. 

I will not be participating in #52ancestors in 2019. I enjoyed #52ancestors when I posted in 2014. Posts involved 52 Hairston ancestors. I learned much and enjoyed the research. 

This year (2018), while following writing prompts, some posts were about family I had not previously pursued (a good thing). Many required out-of-the-box thinking (a good thing). Other posts had very little substance as they needed more thought and research (not so good).  I learned that I did not need the writing prompts to post regularly.  However,  if you need motivation and ideas for posts #52ancesters is an excellent way to start. 

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Friday, December 28, 2018

#52ancestors Post Fifty: Naughty in Seymour Texas

The writing prompt for #52ancestors post fifty was naughty so thought I would relay a story told to me by my father. 

My father, Whit Criswell Bryan, was born in Seymour, Baylor County, Texas in 1920. He spent his first nine years living in Baylor County. I have never been able to positively say my grandparents owned the home above. However, the photo was found in the family Bible and I did find information in the Baylor County Banner indicating this may have been a home modified/built by my grandfather, Redic E. Bryan. See my post Family Photos: The House in Seymour – Part II

Dad said his only recollection of the house was sitting on the front porch while trying to open his father's pocket watch at the age of 5 or 6. The watch had belonged to his grandfather, Terrell Bryan. Unable to open it, he used a hammer thus destroying the watch. Dad said there was a pile of wood on the porch and when his father saw the watch, his father picked up a piece of wood and chased my father. The expected paddling didn't happen as his older sisters intervened. 

The watch case was kept in a jar with other odds and ends on
Dad's workbench. I saw the actual watch parts years before
Dad passed away, but don't know what happened to them.
The case was made by 
Fahys Watch Case Company in New York City.
The markings on the inside of the case indicate the silver case was
produced about 1893. 

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Fahys Watch Case Co. - Pocket Watch Case Trademarks. Pocket Watch Database. Web. 28 Dec. 2018. <>

Quinn, Diana Bryan. Family photos and documents. 

#52ancestors Post Thirty-Eight: Unusual Sources

I am trying to finish the writing prompts for #52ancestors (in 52 weeks). There are only 3 days left in the year and I have three posts left. 

I postponed the completion of post-thirty-eight as I had a particular topic in mind to match the writing prompt Unusual Sources; however, the topic will take much research, some letter writing, and too many hours to complete this year. 

My most unusual source and unbelievable find was a photo of a Confederate soldier on Facebook that matched an unidentified Confederate soldier in a photo shared with me. I wrote about that find in 2016 - Friday's Photo: Thanks to Facebook, a Confederate Soldier is Identified.

Until that valuable find, Facebook was not on my go-to list of sources. This find showed me the value of Facebook in my genealogical searches. Now, when searching for a particular person, I always look for their surname on Facebook as there may be Facebook Groups or Facebook Pages devoted to that family. 

I created Facebook Groups for descendants of my Hairston, Bryan, Giddens, and Quinn/Murray families. This is a good way to get other family members interested in family history and also a way to share information.  

Looking for Facebook groups or pages related to a locality is also a great way to learn new information and find others researching your families. You might find a Facebook page for a genealogy society or historical society related to a particular location. 

Cyndi's List has a wealth of good information about using Facebook for Genealogy. 

Check out Katherine R. Wilson's Genealogy on Facebook list. This 300+ page document, containing more than 13,000 links related to genealogy and history, is organized by topic (location, surname, etc.) and has an easy to use clickable table of contents. 

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Family photographs and documents from the collection of Marguerite Cook Clark. Accessed April 28, 2014, September 14, 2014, and November 9 to 11, 2016. Used with permission.

Photograph of John Lawson Wimberly from the collection of Ken Shively. Used with permission. 

Thursday, December 27, 2018

#52ancestors Post Forty-Eight: Next to Last - Bryant Rustus Giddens

This photo was taken between 1910 and 1918. If Mildred and Albert were already married when this photo was taken, the photo would have been taken after the marriage of the
Northcutts in 1917 and prior to the death of Cleo Patra Giddens O'Cain in 1918.
Click on the photos to see a larger version. 

The writing prompt for #52ancestors, post-forty-eight is next to last. Bryant Rustus Giddens was the next to last child of Mitchell Giddens and Letisha Britt of the North Carolina. Bryant Rustus Giddens was probably born in Duplin County. According to Bible records, he was born on September 2, 1851. His father was living in Duplin County when recorded in the 1850 census and appeared to remain in Duplin until at least November 1852. 

In 1860, Bryant Rustus Giddens was found as "Ristus W. Giddings" on the United States census. He was eight-years-old, attending school, and living with his mother, Letisha, and four of his siblings in Buck Swamp, Wayne County, North Carolina. 

His name was recorded as Bryan R. Gidden in 1870. He was living with his mother, Letisha, at the home of his sister, Patience E. and her husband, John O. Clifton. John was a farmer and it was written on the census that eighteen-year-old Rustus "works on farm."

Much changed for Rustus in the 1870s. He moved to Arkansas and married Martha J. Jones on December 29, 1875, in Lonoke in Prairie County, Arkansas. He was the only one of his siblings to move to Arkansas. Why and when did he leave North Carolina? Did he leave with friends or family? 

Bryant Rustus and his wife, Martha, had seven children. Letishe, Lenolia, and Willie died as infants and are buried in New Hope Cemetery. John Gilbert died at age 10 of congestion and is also buried in New Hope Cemetery. 

Cleo Patra

Daughter, Cleo "Patra" Giddens remained in Arkansas, married Charles O'Cain, died in 1918, and is buried in Concord Cemetery in Lonoke County. 

Mildred Lee Giddens, the next to the last daughter,  remained in Arkansas where she married Albert Lafayette Northcutt in 1917. She died in 1969 and is buried in Hebron Cemetery in Lonoke County. 


Daughter, Dochia Giddens, married James Oscar Cochran, remained in Arkansas, died in 1959, and is buried in Salem Cemetery in Lonoke County. 

Walter Rich

Walter Rich and his wife, Jessie Petty Rich, are seen in the above photo. Walter and Jessie were boarders living with Bryant Giddens in 1910. In 1900, Walter, age 14, was also a boarder living with the Giddens family. Notes, from a descendant of Bryant Rustus Giddens, mention him as an adopted son. 

R. Giddens of Arkansas was found in the obituary of James T. Giddens, older brother of Bryant Rustus, on April 21, 1908. Did Bryant Rustus keep in touch with family? In an old query on Genform, it was suggested that one of his descendants had a photo of his brother, James T. Giddens and a woman by the name of Hobbs. This could be his sister, Mary Susan Giddens, who married a Hobbs. 

By 1900, Bryant Rustus Giddens was living in Hickory Plains in Prarie County, Arkansas where he remained until at least 1930. He died on June 1, 1938, in Lonoke County, Arkansas and is buried with family in New Hope Cemetery in Lonoke County. 

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Sources 1860 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. 1910 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. 

Northcutt, Mildred (wife of Rex Northcutt). Letters, Giddens family bible pages, family photo, and correspondence. 2009.

Quinn, Diana Bryan. Moments in Time, A Genealogy Blog: Sunday's Obituary: James Thomas Giddens. Blogger., 22 April 2012. Web. 25 Dec. 2018. <>

Quinn, Diana Bryan. Moments in Time, A Genealogy Blog: #52ancestors Post Thirty-Six: Mitchell Giddens was a Shoemaker. Blogger, 9 Sept 2018. Web. 25 Dec. 2018. <>

Monday, December 10, 2018

#52ancestors Post Fifty-One: The Second Anniversary of Mobile Hospital No. 2, Pearl Harbor - August 1943

The writing prompt for post fifty-one of #52ancestors is nice

Friday was Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day - 77 years since the bombing on December 7, 1941. My father was there at the Mobile Naval Hospital #2 and last week, I was contacted by two nice people sharing information about their fathers who also served in the Mobile Naval Hospital #2. 

I thought it would be nice to share a copy of a program celebrating the second anniversary of the Mobile Naval Hospital No. 2.  The names on this copy are very difficult to read. I have transcribed as many as possible in hopes that others looking for information about family members who served in the Mobile Hospital No. 2 may find this list. 

If you can fill in any of the blanks or correct any of my transcriptions, please don't hesitate to contact me by email or on my Facebook page. 

8-18-41                     8-18-43
Second Anniversary
Mobile Naval Hospital
NO 2

L.N. Hart, Captain, Commanding Officer
Paul E. Spangler, Commander, Executive Officer
Clarence W. Ward, Ensign, Commissary Officer

U. S. N.
Mobile Hospital
NO. 2
August 18, 1943

Fruit Cocktail
Stuffed Celery          Stuffed Olives
Rice Turkey Soup
Roast Young Tom Turkey
Giblet Gravy           Oyster Dressing
Baked Spiced Ham
Cranberry Sauce          Buttered Asparagus
Candied Sweet Potatoes          Creamed Peas
Pineapple               Cottage Cheese Salad
Hot Rolls
Homemade Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream
Apple Pie
Butter            Coffee

Captain Lynn N. Hart

Commander Paul E. Spangler

Lt. Comdr. Joseph B. Stevens
Lt. Comdr. Charles Gartenlaur
Lt. Comdr. William F. Holcomb
Lt. Comdr. John L. Barnett
Lt. Comdr. Joseph E. N______
Lt. Comdr. John P. Davis
Lt. Comdr. William F. Green
Lt. Comdr. Clarence W. T_____
Lt. Comdr. Lewis Rector
Lt. Comdr. Henry F. Page
Lieutenant Francis G. S_____, Jr. 

Lieutenant Frank J. __________
Lieutenant Barry O. C________
Lieutenant (jg) Oliver C. Simpson
(jg) Edwin Shoemaker
(jg) Harden J. Killiam
Ensign Clarence W. Ward
Ensign Ray W. Lewis
Pharmacist James R.  Ch________
Mechinist Charles C___________

Lieutenant Edward H. Vincent
Lieutenant E P. H_____________

Roster of Enlisted Personnel

Chief Petty Officers

                                                             Carter, William O.                                                             
Colt, Herbert W.
Howells, David H.
P_______, Thomas R.
S_________, Robert L.
Smith, Allen N.
Watkins, Roy G.
_________, Arthur
Santomernio, John A.
Pepper, Kenneth
Suszczynski, Stanley J.
Finley, Eugene
Ellison, Hollis
Rosenwinkel, Ralph N.
Moore, Millard
Moss, William

Petty Officer First Class
Anderson, Robert R.
Arnold, Keith R.
Baird, Elton R.
Barrett, Gus
Reedy, Vernon LeR.
Blazenski, Stanley J.
Boatright, James
Bragg, Charles
Brown, Robert
Brunner, Robert R.
Bryan, Whit C.
Chaplik, Peter
________, Robert I.
F_________, Jules
Funkhouser, David
Gibson, Billy
Gillmore, James D.
Hall, Max Edward
Henderson, George
________, Peter Paul
Johnson, Robert C.
Ler__ck, Norman G.
Olszewski, Eugene F.
Popps, Glenn L.
Rohre, Walter R.
Ross, William LaV.
Rossi, Paul J. Jr.
Sorensen, William H.
Sowles, George
Tippin, Thomas
Willi, John H.
Williams, Bernard,
Wr____ski, Joseph
Phoenix, John H.
Bollinger, William H.
Rachels, Casey
Black, Dwight
Ellis, George
Phillips, John
Warren, Joseph T. 

Artificers  3/C
Hayes, Thomas P.
Fuel___, Thomas M.
Tw_____, John Jr.
Sing, John C.
Li______, Edwin H. Jr.
Dill_______, Harry J.
Kr__s, Vernon
D_____sky, Pete
McKenna, William J.
Thompson, David W.
Cail, James R. Jr.
Myers, Lawrence E. 

Petty Officers Second Class

Arden, William T.
Arnold, Russell,
Atchley, Bob N.
Blanck, Vernon L.
Borges, Robert
Christopher, Wiley S.
C______, Calvin C.
Comrey, William H.
C______, Harold P.
C_______, John M.
D_______, Sam J.
Flock, William D.
Forst, Bernard
Gast, Carl
Gown, William A.
Gookin, Jay
H______, Daniel J.
Holloway, Jesse R.
Holt, Fred Jr.
Horton, Arthur S.
Hughes, Howard R.
King, Raymond L
L______, Robert C.
Laughlin, ______ K.
Lovell, John
Mantel, Vincent N.
McCarty, Curry W.
McLain, Wilfred D.
M_______, Ceril C.
Morris, Clarence
Mueller, Ario R.
Mullins, Luther C. Jr.
_______, David C.
Norton, Paul H.
O'Donnell, Jack
C______, Robert R.
__________, Ralph R.
__________, Harry S.
Blakely, Ted S.
Peters, Phillip J.
P______, Maurice M.
Prince, James T.
Quinn, James
Rice, James
R____sky, Mike
Rice, Earnest P.
Rid______, Burl
R_____, Ralph C.
Robertson, Robert F.
S_____, ______
S______, Fredrick M.
S_______, David
S________, Woodrow
T________, James J.
T______, Louis A.
V_______, Louie J.
W_____, Bernard
W____, Robert A.
W______, Edward
W______, Earnest
Wolf, Jay

Petty Officer Third Class
Black, James D.
Cowan, S. G., Jr.
Edwards, R. J.
Fallgren, J. R.
Fonti, J. A.
Houlahan, P. H.
K____y, H. J.
Kerr, F. L.
L______rran, J.
Lusk, D. F.
Mansfield, R. L.
Martin, E.
Martinez, L.
McBride, R. S.
Moe, W. R.
Moore, C.
Palmer, J. J.
Ralji, C. J.
Rollins, M.
Roth, C. J.
S_____, F. H.
Shiffer, M. G.
Smith, V. N.
Spence, C. A.
Thompson, T. C.
Turner, H. B.
Welch, C. _. R.
West, T. T.
Williams, A. R.
McKeever, J. E.

Artificers  Third Class
Applegate, J. C.
Beaman, R. L.
Batson, C. R.
Buda, A. S.
Knurr, L. J.
Lisincki, H. G.
K___nko, S. D.
Przyrylo, C. S.
Pass, J. J.
Griffin, W.
Beck, L.
Hansen, D. F.
Luce, I. L.
Zupan, A.
Goorey, R. F.

Non-Rated MenHAlc.
Fel_ck, R. A.
Brown, V.
C_sp_d_s, D. T.
Dougherty, J. P.
Ellsworth, J. M.
Fine, P. J.
Ficy, W.
F________, __
McGriffin, C.
Patterson, J. H.
Price, L. N.
Pr_eau, G.
P_____er, R. W.
Schreck__gast, H.
Synac, J. P.
Smith, F.
Smith, J. M.
Soll__, S. M.
Tidball, D. B.
Vanhook, C. R.
V_____, F
Volkman, B.
Walker, __
Westin, __
Wittsill, J. D.
Willden, C.
Wilson, E. A.
Witchey, D. R.
Wright, J. F.

Non-Rated MenHA2c.
Bolon, J. F.
Davison, C. D.
Dillon, H. L.
Duckworth, E. W.
Ewing, C. E.
Fritsch, W. J.
Grigliert, G. J.
Hazelton, J. E.
Heine, R. H.
Hermsen, J. D.
Hollfelder, J. P.
Jones, E. L.
Lyman, R. C.
Manfra, V. L.
Marino, J. A.
Mustola, T.
Rosenthal, W. H.
Thomas, R. E.
Trail, R. H.
Vaiha, J. V.
Wait, R. C.
Weidner, G. H.
Woods, R. C. 

Banda, I. E.
Barnes, S. T. Jr.
Bartholomew, B. B.
Beasley, G. E.
Bruen, K. W.
Dooley, W. P.
Hendricks, J. G.
Mannion, T. J.
Rawlins, J. B.
Ringgenberg, K. L.
Rose, A. S.
Sellhausen, H.
Snowgren, V. C.

Brown, W. M.
Conner, D. E.
Daily, C. D.
Dinger, W. J.
Gaunt, G. P.
Goodell, S. T.
Grillo, W.
Manlon, W. J.
Taylor, E. L.
Hayes, C. A.
Heaton, J. E.
Johns, R. E.
Ke_____, D. K.
Lovejoy, R. E.
Marusic, F.
Mazeau, D. T.
Mazzuca, R. F.
McComish, E. P.
Mesko, G. Jr.
Therrien, W. E.
Minthorn, C. E.
Moeller, J. L.
Monastesse, N. M.
Morris, V. L.
Nesbitt, J. H.
Morberg, J. J.
Ninnery, R. W.
Rawlins, E. D.
Reedy, T. A.
Rieser ,B. H.
Vota, J. H.

Messman Branch
Hatchett, Gust D.
Sasser, Vance A.
Loston, Hardy
Dagdagen, Alfonso, A.
Nolasco, Marcelino
Aguinaldo, Luis
Brooks, Henry T. Jr.

Plank Owners
August 18th, 1941   - - -   August 18th, 1943
Officers and enlisted personnel who were at the
commisioning  ceremony and
who are still attached to hospital staff.

Lt. Comdr. Charles Gartenlaup
Lt. Comdr. Joseph E. Nunes
Lt. Comdr. William F. Green
Lt. Comdr. Lewis Recter
Lt. Comdr. Henry F. Page
Lieutenant Francis G. Soul, Jr.
Lieut. (jg) Oliver C. Thompson
Pharmacist James R. Charless

Enlisted Personnel
Winton, Arthur,
Smith, Allen N.
Shriver, Robert L.
Berody, Thomas P.
Wrobleski, Joseph
Popps, Glenn L.
Blazenski, Stanlev J.
Brunner, Robert R. 

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