Shipmates Killed in Action 25-27 October 1944

 

Number Shipmate Rank Date
1 Russell Abair, Jr. Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
2 Albert L. Abramson Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
3 Wilber E. Anderton Radioman Third Class 25 October 1944
4 Francis P. Bard Watertender Third Class 25 October 1944
5 Harold Barrett Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
6 Ray E. Bartlett Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
7 Fred W. Bates Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
8 Richard A. Bingaman Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
9 Norbert F. Brady Machinists Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
10 Lloyd G. Braun Machinists Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
11 Vernon R. Butler Storekeeper Third Class 25 October 1944
12 William F. Butterworth, Jr. Fireman Second Class 25 October 1944
13 Joseph W. Caddarette, Jr. Boatswains Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
14 Paul Henry Carr Gunners Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
15 Robert P. Cummings Machinists Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
16 John K. Davis Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
17 John B. Debellis Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
18 Ralph Decubellis Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
19 Elroy Downes Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
20 Robert W. Fickett Seaman Second Class 26 October 1944
21 Cecil First Stewards Mate First Class 25 October 1944
22 Albert H. Freye Machinists Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
23 Leonard N. Gallerini Machinists Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
24 J.C. Goggins Boatswains Mate 25 October 1944
25 Leonard S. Goldstein Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
26 Martin C. Gonyea Pharmacists Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
27 John R. Gray Electricians Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
28 Joseph F. Green Storekeeper Second Class 25 October 1944
29 James A. Gregory Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
30 John J. Groller Gunners Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
31 Frederick A. Grove Chief Watertender 25 October 1944
32 Justin C. Haag Machinists Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
33 Woodrow W. Harris Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
34 Donald R. Hausman Gunners Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
35 Hubert B. Hawkins Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
36 Troy T. Hodges Machinists Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
37 Enoch Hood Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
38 Jacob D. Kensler Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
398 Fred Kilbum Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
40 Charles E. Knisley Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
41 Chester P. Kupidlowski Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
42 Lewis C. Kyger Fireman Second Class 25 October 1944
43 John S. Le Clercq Ill Lieutenant Junior Grade 25 October 1944
44 Joseph Lecci Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
45 Herman J. Levitan Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
46 John Locke, Jr. Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
47 Louis V. Longo Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
48 Shirley R. Macon Chief Gunners Mate 25 October 1944
49 Edward M. Maher Radioman Third Class 25 October 1944
50 Thomas J. Mazura Signalman Third Class 25 October 1944
51 George H. Merritt Fire Controlman Third Class 25 October 1944
52 Herman E. Meyer Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
53 Mike Miller Gunners Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
54 John J. Moran Machinists Mate First Class 25 October 1944
55 William C. Mort Watertender Third Class 25 October 1944
56 Steve Mudre Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
57 Charles W. Natter Signalman Third Class 25 October 1944
58 John J. Newmiller Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
59 Dudley B. O’Connor, Jr. Watertender Second Class 25 October 1944
60 Clarence E. Oliver Machinists Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
61 Joseph Orlowski Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
62 Jerry G. Osborne Watertender First Class 25 October 1944
63 John J. Paone Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
64 Hilan R. Pierson Chief Machinists Mate 25 October 1944
65 Leopold R. Riebenbauer Ensign 25 October 1944
66 Charles A. Ross Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
67 John T. Rozzelle Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
68 Arthur E. Saylor, Jr. Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
69 Darl H. Schafer Carpenters Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
70 Harold K. Scott Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
71 Tullio J Serafini Chief Radioman 28 October 1944
72 Russell W. Shaffer Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
73 Charles N. Smith Chief Machinists Mate 25 October 1944
74 Melvin L. Spears Fireman First Class 25 October 1944
75 Gilbert J. Stansberry Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
76 Charles Staubach Chief Electricians Mate 25 October 1944
76 William E. Stovall Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
77 Fred A. Strehle Ships Cook First Class 25 October 1944
78 John J. Sullivan, Jr. Electricians Mate Third Class 25 October 1944
79 Willard A. Thurmond Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
80 Herbert W. Trowbridge Lieutenant 25 October 1944
81 George P. Ulickas Machinists Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
82 Eugene Wagner Fireman First Class 27 October 1944
83 Percy H. Wallace Seaman First Class 25 October 1944
84 James K. Weaver Electricians Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
85 Thomas R. Wetherald Machinists Mate First Class 25 October 1944
86 Cloy W. Wethington Machinists Mate Second Class 25 October 1944
87 Charles J. Wilson Seaman Second Class
88 Frank M. Zaleski Seaman Second Class 25 October 1944
89 John R. Zunac Fireman First Class 25 October 1944

5 thoughts on “Shipmates Killed in Action 25-27 October 1944

  1. Cathy

    I know so little about my grandfather, Herman E. Meyer, seeing this list and reading the history of this battle has helped me learn a little more. Thank you for the site.

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  2. ron zaleski

    Frank mitchell zaleski was my uncle. I never knew anything other than he was killed during the war.i was completely amazed when i saw ur comment.

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  3. Ronette Kawakami

    Hi. Looking for information regarding Seaman Frank Zalesky [Zaleski]. My grandmother may have been married to him briefly while the USS Samuel B. Roberts was at Pearl Harbor.

    Does anyone know if the Frank M. Zaleski, while having stopped at Pearl Harbor, married a local girl before shipping out? I just found out my grandmother had married a seaman who was killed in action. She just passed on, and had never spoken about it. Does anyone have any info? Just wanted to fill in the gaps in her life.

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