Roster of the crew of the USS EAGLE   

General:

The U.S.S. EAGLE, a former yacht converted to a patrol boat, served in the North Atlantic Squadron during the Spanish American War. During the war, she shelled the Spanish battery at Rio Honda, and captured the Spanish merchant vessel SANTO DOMINGO. She carred two six pound guns, and had a crew of about 75 officers and men, under the command of W. H. H. Southerland.

Below are the names (surnames only, unfortunately) of her crew.

Anderson
Atley
Barr, A.
Barr W.
Barrett
Bauer
Betts
Black
Briggs
Bythewood
Cassidy
Collins
Comerford
Concrad
Conroy
Cooke
Craven
Cronin
Dailey
Davis
Downs
Dungan
Ebert
Ellsworth
Freeman
Gregory
Griffin
Hall
Hatch
Higgenhaugen
Hirsch
Hood
Holt
Horn
Howard
Jakobson
Johanson
Johanson
Johnson
Keating
Kellogg
Lake
Lane
Larsen
Leclaire
Lewis
Lindquist
Mayott
McQuay
Miller
Monroe
O'Hagan
O'Hara
Porter
Powers
Prachtel
Rasmussen
Ray
Renner
Roys
Rusk
Ryan
Sahan
Shaffer
Shepherd
Smith
Snow
Southerland, W. H. H.
Spencer
Starr
Steward
Sweeney
Symington
Thomas
Upham



Bibliography:

Naval History Department, Navy Department, Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. (Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1963) Vol. 2, 316.

"The Cruise of the Eagle During the Spanish American War," (Philadelphia: Patterson & White)


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