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Histories for USS Firebolt - PC 10




27 Jan GARRISON, JAMES R.Rank: Coal Heaver MoH (Rodney Brewer)
GARRISON, JAMES R. Rank: Coal Heaver Organization: U.S. Navy Company: Division: Born: 1840, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Departed: Yes Entered Service At: G.O. Number: 45 Date of Issue: Accredited To: New YorkPlace / Date: CitationOn board the flagship, U.S.S. Hartford, during successful... More
27 Jan Corporal John F. Mackie Medal of Honor (Rodney Brewer)
John F. MackieFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search John Freeman Mackie October 1, 1835(1835-10-01) June 18, 1910(1910-06-18) (aged 74) John F. Mackie Place of birth New York City, New York Resting place Arlington Cemetery Co, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania... More
27 Jan GARDNER, WILLIAM Rank: Seaman Medal of Honor (Rodney Brewer)
GARDNER, WILLIAM Rank: Seaman Organization: U.S. Navy Company: Division: Born: 1832, Ireland Departed: Yes Entered Service At: G.O. Number: 45 Date of Issue: Accredited To: New YorkPlace / Date: Citation As seaman on board the U.S.S. Calena in the engagement at Mobile Bay, 5 August... More
27 Jan Battle of Mobile Bay (Rodney Brewer)
Battle of Mobile BayGalena was a unit of Admiral David Farragut's fleet in the Battle of Mobile Bay on 5 August. Passing through the narrow channel under heavy fire from Forts Morgan and Gaines, Galena lashed to the port side of Oneida suffered seven hits and one man killed before she entered... More
27 Jan USS Galena (1862) (Rodney Brewer)
Corporal John F. Mackie, onboard the USS Galena during the Battle of Drewry's Bluff, was the first Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor, the United States' highest military award when he bravely risked his life to lead the gun operation for the remainder of the battle. A marker indicates the... More
27 Jan USS Galena (1862) (Rodney Brewer)
USS Galena (1862)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search For other ships of the same name, see USS Galena. USS Galena in ironclad configuration in 1862 Career Name: USS Galena Ordered: 16 September 1861 Builder: H.L. & C.S. Bushnell, Mystic, Connecticut Laid... More
10 Jan FREEMAN, MARTIN Rank: Pilot Medal of Honor (Rodney Brewer)
FREEMAN, MARTIN Rank: Pilot Organization: U.S. Navy Company: Division: Born: 18 May 1814, Germany Departed: YesEntered Service At: Louisiana G.O. Number: 45Date of Issue: Accredited To: Place / Date: Citation As pilot of the flagship, U.S.S. Hartford, during action against Fort... More
09 Jan FITZPATRICK, THOMAS Rank: Coxswain MoH (Rodney Brewer)
FITZPATRICK, THOMAS Rank: Coxswain Organization: U.S. Navy Company: Division: Born: 1837, Canada Departed: Yes Entered Service At: G.O. Number: 45 Date of Issue: Accredited To: Place / Date: Citation As captain of the No. 1 gun on board the flagship U.S.S. Hartford, during action... More
09 Jan FARLEY, WILLIAM Rank: Boatswain's Mate MoH (Rodney Brewer)
FARLEY, WILLIAM Rank: Boatswain's Mate Organization: U.S. Navy Company: Division: Born: 1835, Whitefield, Maine Departed: Yes Entered Service At: G.O. Number: 32 Date of Issue: Accredited To: MainePlace / Date: Citation Served on board the U.S.S. Marblehead off Legareville, Stono... More
08 Jan EDWARDS, JOHN Rank: Captain of the Top MoH (Rodney Brewer)
EDWARDS, JOHN Rank: Captain of the Top Organization: U.S. Navy Company: Division: Born: 1831, Providence Departed: Yes Entered Service At: G.O. Number: 45 Date of Issue: Accredited To: Rhode Island Place / Date: Citation As second captain of a gun on board the U.S.S. Lackawanna... More



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