Navy - World War II

 

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Gathered Names undergoing research:
 
Roger Rule Now residing in Alcoa, Tennessee (being updated)
Lt. McKenzie, USS Yorktown
Maryville, Tennessee
USN Hull ship superintendent,
Parents deceased: Mr. and Mrs. Bart McKinzie, at the time lived on Depot Street in Maryville, Tennessee.
Source: Maryville Enterprise, October 11, 1945, see story "Maryvillian Honored by Secretary of Navy for Heroism Aboard USS Yorktown".
Frank Moore
Maryville, Tennessee
Source: Maryville Enterprise, October 11, 1945, mentioned in article about Lt. McKenzie, did not mention branch of service but said that Frank Moore, Carl Toomey and McKenzie volunteered for service together, So we will list them here as being in the Navy until otherwise told.
Leonard W. Freels, Seaman, 1st class
103 Main road, Eagleton Village, Maryville

Carl Toomey
Maryville, Tennessee
Source: Maryville Enterprise, October 11, 1945, mentioned in article about Lt. McKenzie, did not mention branch of service but said that Frank Moore, Carl Toomey and McKenzie volunteered for service together, So we will list them here as being in the Navy until otherwise told.

Homer C. Burns, Seaman 1st Class, Destroyer USS Albert W. Grant
Townsend, Tennessee
Source: Maryville Enterprise, October 11, 1945, mentioned in short article about the USS Grant and V-J Day.
Roger Charles Caldwell Navy WWII
Contact: David Caldwell
Joseph W. Lathan, Machinistís Mate Third Class, USNR
Rockford, Tennessee
 

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