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AvastMH

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Re: American Burials at sea and other recorded deaths...
« Reply #240 on: September 04, 2017, 11:28:00 pm »
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Barstow 1891

May 7
Spoke Bk John & Winthrop in charge of the mate C. K. Tucker reports the death of Capt. Montross some time previous

Oh that's very sad  :(  Thanks for finding the history Hurlock

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Re: American Burials at sea and other recorded deaths...
« Reply #242 on: December 05, 2017, 03:59:14 pm »
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Burton Island
26 July 1948

2255 PEEL, Rollie V. BM3, 301 39 11 USN, died on board due to respiratory failure during appendectomy

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Re: American Burials at sea and other recorded deaths...
« Reply #243 on: December 06, 2017, 01:19:25 am »
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Burton Island
26 July 1948

2255 PEEL, Rollie V. BM3, 301 39 11 USN, died on board due to respiratory failure during appendectomy

Oh my - what a terrible thing. Poor chap. An operation we hardly even think about these days. It makes you realise how much medicine has changed over the last 70 or so years  :-\

RIP Rollie Peel

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Re: American Burials at sea and other recorded deaths...
« Reply #244 on: December 11, 2017, 08:39:33 pm »
20 Jan 1950
https://catalog.archives.gov/OpaAPI/media/12100133/content/arcmedia/dc-metro/594258-navy-deck-logs/00003/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01-0044.jpg
2305 Received report that a man had been knifed and taken to sick bay.
2307 HUMPHERY, Wendell Neucolin, SK3 940 75 92 USN was pronounced dead by Medical Officer. Death was apparently caused by a knife wound in the upper chest.
2328 By order of the Commanding Officer, RAMIREZ, Charles (n) TA. 280 35 87 USN was taken into custody and confined to the brig for safe keeping pending further investigation


21 Jan 1950
https://catalog.archives.gov/OpaAPI/media/12100133/content/arcmedia/dc-metro/594258-navy-deck-logs/00003/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01-0046.jpg
0000 The body of the deceased HUMPHERY, Wendell Neucolin SK3 940 75 92 USN, was removed by ambulance in the custody of LTJG W.C. DAVIS (MC) USNR, to the Naval Dispensary, NOB Kodiak, Alaska to await further disposition.
0015 The personal effects of the deceased were inventoried and placed in the custody of the Supply Officer.
1305 A board of investigation convened with Commander PAINE USA as senior member.
1405 The board on investigstion left the ship to view the body.
1531 The board of investigation returned to the ship.
1705 The board of investigation adjourned.

24 Jan 1950
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1423 RAMIREZ, Charles (n) TA,280 35 87 USN, was delivered under guard to the brig at U.S. Naval Station, Kodiak, Alaska for safe keeping.

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Re: American Burials at sea and other recorded deaths...
« Reply #245 on: December 11, 2017, 08:48:12 pm »
Brutal.

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Re: American Burials at sea and other recorded deaths...
« Reply #246 on: December 12, 2017, 05:33:19 pm »
20 Jan 1950
https://catalog.archives.gov/OpaAPI/media/12100133/content/arcmedia/dc-metro/594258-navy-deck-logs/00003/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01-0044.jpg
2305 Received report that a man had been knifed and taken to sick bay.
2307 HUMPHERY, Wendell Neucolin, SK3 940 75 92 USN was pronounced dead by Medical Officer. Death was apparently caused by a knife wound in the upper chest.
2328 By order of the Commanding Officer, RAMIREZ, Charles (n) TA. 280 35 87 USN was taken into custody and confined to the brig for safe keeping pending further investigation


21 Jan 1950
https://catalog.archives.gov/OpaAPI/media/12100133/content/arcmedia/dc-metro/594258-navy-deck-logs/00003/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01-0046.jpg
0000 The body of the deceased HUMPHERY, Wendell Neucolin SK3 940 75 92 USN, was removed by ambulance in the custody of LTJG W.C. DAVIS (MC) USNR, to the Naval Dispensary, NOB Kodiak, Alaska to await further disposition.
0015 The personal effects of the deceased were inventoried and placed in the custody of the Supply Officer.
1305 A board of investigation convened with Commander PAINE USA as senior member.
1405 The board on investigstion left the ship to view the body.
1531 The board of investigation returned to the ship.
1705 The board of investigation adjourned.

24 Jan 1950
 https://catalog.archives.gov/OpaAPI/media/12100133/content/arcmedia/dc-metro/594258-navy-deck-logs/00003/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01/burton-island-agb-1-1950-01-0052.jpg
1423 RAMIREZ, Charles (n) TA,280 35 87 USN, was delivered under guard to the brig at U.S. Naval Station, Kodiak, Alaska for safe keeping.

An Update:
23 Jan
https://catalog.archives.gov/OpaAPI/media/12100195/content/arcmedia/dc-metro/594258-navy-deck-logs/00003/burton-island-agb-1-1950-02/burton-island-agb-1-1950-02-0049.jpg
1020 RAMIREZ Charles (n) TA 280 35 87 USN, returned aboard from N.O.B. Kodiak, Alaska brig where he had been placed in confinement under guard.
1022 Captain held mast as follow. RAMIREZ, Charles (n) TA 280 35 37 USN. Offense: Murder. Punishment: Recommended trial by general court martial.
1025 Pursuant to Commanding Officers order Ramirez, Charles (n) TA 280 35 37 USN was confined in the brig for safe keeping.