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Ted was lost on August 9, 1933 when the seaplane [https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/6670624/ he was aboard] crashed near Pearl Harbor. Four other crewmen were also lost; Ted was identified as a student pilot.
Ted was lost on August 9, 1933 when the seaplane [https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/6670624/ he was aboard] crashed near Pearl Harbor. Four other crewmen were also lost; Ted was identified as a student pilot.


He earned his wings as naval aviator #3682 on July 28, 1930. In the [http://archive.org/details/registerofcommis1933wash Register of Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps of 1933] he was listed with Observation Squadron (VO) 4B aboard USS West Virginia (BB 48).
He earned his wings as naval aviator #3682 on July 28, 1930.


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[[CHARLES P. HILL, JR., LT, USN|Charles Hill, Jr. '27]] was also lost in this crash.
[[CHARLES P. HILL, JR., LT, USN|Charles Hill, Jr. '27]] was also lost in this crash.
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{{ND|date=September 1924|rank=Ensign|command=Naval Academy|others=[[ISAAC C. KIDD, RADM, USN|CDR Isaac Kidd '06]], [[FRANKLIN VAN VALKENBURGH, CAPT, USN|LCDR Franklin Van Valkenburgh '09]], [[OSCAR W. ERICKSON, LCDR, USN|ENS Oscar Erickson '16]], [[DAVID E. CUMMINS, LCDR, USN|LT David Cummins '18]], [[EDWIN F. CONWAY, LT, USN|LTjg Edwin Conway '20]], [[ELMER KIEHL, CAPT, USN|LTjg Elmer Kiehl '20]], [[HORATIO G. SICKEL, IV, CAPT, USN|ENS Horatio Sickel, IV '20]], [[HARRY A. BOLLES, CDR, USN|ENS Harry Bolles '23]], [[ARTHUR M. HOOPER, LCDR, USNR|ENS Arthur Hooper '24]], [[CHARLES H. CALLAWAY, LT, USN|ENS Charles Callaway '24]], and [[RICHARD S. MOSS, CAPT, USN|ENS Richard Moss '24]]}}
{{ND|date=November 1924|rank=Ensign|command=USS Tennessee|others=[[EDWARD C. METCALFE, LCDR, USN|ENS Edward Metcalfe '22]]}}
{{ND|date=January 1925|rank=Ensign|command=USS Tennessee|others=[[EDWARD C. METCALFE, LCDR, USN|ENS Edward Metcalfe '22]]}}
{{ND|date=March 1925|rank=Ensign|command=USS Tennessee|others=[[EDWARD C. METCALFE, LCDR, USN|ENS Edward Metcalfe '22]]}}
{{ND|date=May 1925|rank=Ensign|command=USS Kanawha}}
{{ND|date=July 1925|rank=Ensign|command=USS Kanawha}}
{{ND|date=October 1925|rank=Ensign|command=USS Kanawha}}
{{ND|date=January 1926|rank=Ensign|command=USS Kanawha}}
{{ND|date=October 1926|rank=Ensign|command=USS Kanawha}}
{{ND|date=January 1927|rank=Ensign|command=USS Nevada|others=[[EUGENE S. SARSFIELD, LCDR, USN|ENS Eugene Sarsfield '26]] and [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]]}}
{{ND|date=April 1927|rank=Ensign|command=USS Nevada|others=[[EUGENE S. SARSFIELD, LCDR, USN|ENS Eugene Sarsfield '26]] and [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]]}}
{{ND|date=October 1927|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]], [[EDWIN F. CONWAY, LT, USN|LT Edwin Conway '20]], and [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]]}}
{{ND|date=January 1928|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]], [[EDWIN F. CONWAY, LT, USN|LT Edwin Conway '20]], [[JOHN J. CRANE, CDR, USN|ENS John Crane '26]], [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]], [[ARTHUR E. LOESER, LCDR, USN|ENS Arthur Loeser '27]], [[CLINTON S. ROUNDS, LCDR, USN|ENS Clinton Rounds '27]], [[EUGENE E. LINDSEY, LCDR, USN|ENS Eugene Lindsey '27]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], and [[OSCAR W. PATE, JR., LTJG, USN|ENS Oscar Pate, Jr. '27]]}}
{{ND|date=April 1928|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]], [[EDWIN F. CONWAY, LT, USN|LT Edwin Conway '20]], [[MATTHIAS M. MARPLE, JR., LT, USN|LTjg Matthias Marple, Jr. '23]], [[JOHN J. CRANE, CDR, USN|ENS John Crane '26]], [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]], [[ARTHUR E. LOESER, LCDR, USN|ENS Arthur Loeser '27]], [[CLINTON S. ROUNDS, LCDR, USN|ENS Clinton Rounds '27]], [[EUGENE E. LINDSEY, LCDR, USN|ENS Eugene Lindsey '27]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], and [[OSCAR W. PATE, JR., LTJG, USN|ENS Oscar Pate, Jr. '27]]|others2=[[JAMES V. CARNEY, CAPT, USN|LT James Carney '21]] (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 1B)}}
{{ND|date=July 1928|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]], [[EDWIN F. CONWAY, LT, USN|LT Edwin Conway '20]], [[MATTHIAS M. MARPLE, JR., LT, USN|LTjg Matthias Marple, Jr. '23]], [[JOHN J. CRANE, CDR, USN|ENS John Crane '26]], [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]], [[ARTHUR E. LOESER, LCDR, USN|ENS Arthur Loeser '27]], [[CLINTON S. ROUNDS, LCDR, USN|ENS Clinton Rounds '27]], [[EUGENE E. LINDSEY, LCDR, USN|ENS Eugene Lindsey '27]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], and [[OSCAR W. PATE, JR., LTJG, USN|ENS Oscar Pate, Jr. '27]]}}
{{ND|date=October 1928|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]], [[EDWIN F. CONWAY, LT, USN|LT Edwin Conway '20]], [[MATTHIAS M. MARPLE, JR., LT, USN|LTjg Matthias Marple, Jr. '23]], [[JOHN J. CRANE, CDR, USN|ENS John Crane '26]], [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]], [[ARTHUR E. LOESER, LCDR, USN|ENS Arthur Loeser '27]], [[CLINTON S. ROUNDS, LCDR, USN|ENS Clinton Rounds '27]], [[EUGENE E. LINDSEY, LCDR, USN|ENS Eugene Lindsey '27]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], and [[OSCAR W. PATE, JR., LTJG, USN|ENS Oscar Pate, Jr. '27]]}}
{{ND|date=January 1929|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]], [[JOHN J. CRANE, CDR, USN|ENS John Crane '26]], [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]], [[ARTHUR E. LOESER, LCDR, USN|ENS Arthur Loeser '27]], [[CLINTON S. ROUNDS, LCDR, USN|ENS Clinton Rounds '27]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], and [[OSCAR W. PATE, JR., LTJG, USN|ENS Oscar Pate, Jr. '27]]|others2=[[CHARLES C. MCDONALD, CAPT, USN|LTjg Charles McDonald '24]] (Torpedo and Bombing Plane Squadron (VT) 2B)}}
{{ND|date=April 1929|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]], [[JOHN J. CRANE, CDR, USN|ENS John Crane '26]], [[MORGAN REDFIELD, LT, USN|ENS Morgan Redfield '26]], [[CLINTON S. ROUNDS, LCDR, USN|ENS Clinton Rounds '27]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], and [[OSCAR W. PATE, JR., LTJG, USN|ENS Oscar Pate, Jr. '27]]|others2=[[CHARLES C. MCDONALD, CAPT, USN|LTjg Charles McDonald '24]] (Torpedo and Bombing Plane Squadron (VT) 2B)}}
{{ND|date=July 1929|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[JOHN J. CRANE, CDR, USN|LTjg John Crane '26]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], and [[HENRY B. TWOHY, LT, USN|ENS Henry Twohy '29]]|others2=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]] (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), [[THOMAS G. FISHER, LT, USN|LT Thomas Fisher '18]] (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), [[PAUL B. THOMPSON, LT, USN|LT Paul Thompson '19]] (Aircraft Squadrons, Battle Fleet), [[CHARLES C. MCDONALD, CAPT, USN|LTjg Charles McDonald '24]] (Torpedo and Bombing Plane Squadron (VT) 2B), and [[CREIGHTON K. LANKFORD, LTJG, USN|LTjg Creighton Lankford '25]] (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 1B)}}
{{ND|date=October 1929|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=USS Saratoga|others=[[CHARLES C. MCDONALD, CAPT, USN|LTjg Charles McDonald '24]], [[JOHN J. CRANE, CDR, USN|LTjg John Crane '26]], and [[HENRY B. TWOHY, LT, USN|ENS Henry Twohy '29]]|others2=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]] (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), [[THOMAS G. FISHER, LT, USN|LT Thomas Fisher '18]] (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), [[WALTER D. LEACH, JR., LT, USN|LTjg Walter Leach, Jr. '24]] (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), and [[CREIGHTON K. LANKFORD, LTJG, USN|LTjg Creighton Lankford '25]] (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 1B)}}
{{ND|date=January 1930|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida|billet=under instruction|others=[[JAMES V. CARNEY, CAPT, USN|LT James Carney '21]], [[JOHN G. JONES, CAPT, USN|LT John Jones '21]], [[JAMES E. CRAIG, LCDR, USN|LT James Craig '22]], [[WILLIAM P. DAVIS, LT, USN|LTjg William Davis '22]], [[MATTHIAS M. MARPLE, JR., LT, USN|LTjg Matthias Marple, Jr. '23]], [[JOHN C. WALDRON, LCDR, USN|LTjg John Waldron '24]], [[WALTER C. DEY, LT, USN|LTjg Walter Dey '24]], [[ANDREW E. HARRIS, CDR, USN|LTjg Andrew Harris '25]], [[RALPH D. SMITH, LT, USN|LTjg Ralph Smith '26]], [[CHARLES J. SKELLY, LTJG, USN|ENS Charles Skelly '27]], [[CHARLES P. HILL, JR., LT, USN|ENS Charles Hill, Jr. '27]], [[DICK R. DOWNER, LTJG, USN|ENS Dick Downer '27]], [[ELMER G. COOPER, LT, USN|ENS Elmer Cooper '27]], [[EUGENE E. DAVIS, LT, USN|ENS Eugene Davis '27]], [[GERALD R. DYSON, CAPT, USN|ENS Gerald Dyson '27]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], [[JAMES J. MCROBERTS, LT, USN|ENS James McRoberts '27]], [[ODDLE W. ANDERSON, LTJG, USN|ENS Oddle Anderson '27]], [[OSCAR W. PATE, JR., LTJG, USN|ENS Oscar Pate, Jr. '27]], [[RENWICK S. CALDERHEAD, LCDR, USN|ENS Renwick Calderhead '27]], [[ROBERT T. SYMES, LT, USN|ENS Robert Symes '27]], [[SEYMOUR A. JOHNSON, LCDR, USN|ENS Seymour Johnson '27]], and [[ERNEST E. POLLOCK, LTCOL, USMC|2LT Ernest Pollock '28]]}}
{{ND|date=April 1930|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida|billet=under instruction|others=[[HENRY M. MULLINNIX, RADM, USN|LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16]], [[JAMES V. CARNEY, CAPT, USN|LT James Carney '21]], [[JOHN G. JONES, CAPT, USN|LT John Jones '21]], [[JAMES E. CRAIG, LCDR, USN|LT James Craig '22]], [[WILLIAM P. DAVIS, LT, USN|LTjg William Davis '22]], [[MATTHIAS M. MARPLE, JR., LT, USN|LTjg Matthias Marple, Jr. '23]], [[JAMES F. MCDONOUGH, LT, USN|LTjg James McDonough '24]], [[JOHN C. WALDRON, LCDR, USN|LTjg John Waldron '24]], [[WALTER C. DEY, LT, USN|LTjg Walter Dey '24]], [[ANDREW E. HARRIS, CDR, USN|LTjg Andrew Harris '25]], [[RALPH D. SMITH, LT, USN|LTjg Ralph Smith '26]], [[CHARLES J. SKELLY, LTJG, USN|ENS Charles Skelly '27]], [[DICK R. DOWNER, LTJG, USN|ENS Dick Downer '27]], [[ELMER G. COOPER, LT, USN|ENS Elmer Cooper '27]], [[GERALD R. DYSON, CAPT, USN|ENS Gerald Dyson '27]], [[HENRY R. DOZIER, CDR, USN|ENS Henry Dozier '27]], [[RENWICK S. CALDERHEAD, LCDR, USN|ENS Renwick Calderhead '27]], [[ROBERT T. SYMES, LT, USN|ENS Robert Symes '27]], [[SEYMOUR A. JOHNSON, LCDR, USN|ENS Seymour Johnson '27]], [[DONALD A. LOVELACE, LCDR, USN|ENS Donald Lovelace '28]], [[ERNEST E. POLLOCK, LTCOL, USMC|2LT Ernest Pollock '28]], [[J. C. RIGGS, JR., LCDR, USN|ENS J. C. Riggs, Jr. '28]], [[JOHN F. NELSON, LTJG, USN|ENS John Nelson '28]], [[WELDON L. HAMILTON, LCDR, USN|ENS Weldon Hamilton '28]], [[WILLIAM S. PYE, JR., LT, USN|ENS William Pye, Jr. '28]], [[FINLEY E. HALL, CDR, USN|ENS Finley Hall '29]], [[LLOYD K. GREENAMYER, CDR, USN|ENS Lloyd Greenamyer '29]], and [[WILLIAM S. ARTHUR, LTJG, USN|ENS William Arthur '29]]}}
{{ND|date=October 1930|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 5B, USS West Virginia|others=[[STEPHEN B. COOKE, LCDR, USN|LT Stephen Cooke '21]]|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[DANIEL J. CALLAGHAN, RADM, USN|LCDR Daniel Callaghan '11]] (Battleship Division 5), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|ENS Francis Jordan '29]] (Battleship Division 5), and [[MACK E. VORHEES, LTJG, USN|ENS Mack Vorhees '30]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=January 1931|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 5B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[DANIEL J. CALLAGHAN, RADM, USN|LCDR Daniel Callaghan '11]] (Battleship Division 5), [[CHARLES P. CECIL, RADM, USN|LCDR Charles Cecil '16]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|ENS Francis Jordan '29]] (Battleship Division 5), and [[MACK E. VORHEES, LTJG, USN|ENS Mack Vorhees '30]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=April 1931|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[DANIEL J. CALLAGHAN, RADM, USN|LCDR Daniel Callaghan '11]] (Battleship Division 5), [[CHARLES P. CECIL, RADM, USN|LCDR Charles Cecil '16]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|ENS Francis Jordan '29]] (USS West Virginia), and [[MACK E. VORHEES, LTJG, USN|ENS Mack Vorhees '30]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=July 1931|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[CHARLES P. CECIL, RADM, USN|LCDR Charles Cecil '16]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|ENS Francis Jordan '29]] (USS West Virginia), [[MACK E. VORHEES, LTJG, USN|ENS Mack Vorhees '30]] (USS West Virginia), [[ROBERT W. GERMANY, JR., LT, USN|ENS Robert Germany, Jr. '30]] (Battleship Division 4), and [[PHILIP H. ASHWORTH, LTJG, USN|ENS Philip Ashworth '31]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=October 1931|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[CHARLES P. CECIL, RADM, USN|LCDR Charles Cecil '16]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|ENS Francis Jordan '29]] (USS West Virginia), [[MACK E. VORHEES, LTJG, USN|ENS Mack Vorhees '30]] (USS West Virginia), [[ROBERT W. GERMANY, JR., LT, USN|ENS Robert Germany, Jr. '30]] (Battleship Division 4), and [[PHILIP H. ASHWORTH, LTJG, USN|ENS Philip Ashworth '31]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=January 1932|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[CHARLES P. CECIL, RADM, USN|LCDR Charles Cecil '16]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|ENS Francis Jordan '29]] (USS West Virginia), [[JOHN J. SHAFFER, III, CDR, USN|ENS John Shaffer, III '30]] (Battleship Division 4), [[ROBERT W. GERMANY, JR., LT, USN|ENS Robert Germany, Jr. '30]] (Battleship Division 4), and [[PHILIP H. ASHWORTH, LTJG, USN|ENS Philip Ashworth '31]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=April 1932|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[CHARLES P. CECIL, RADM, USN|LCDR Charles Cecil '16]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|ENS Francis Jordan '29]] (USS West Virginia), [[JOHN J. SHAFFER, III, CDR, USN|ENS John Shaffer, III '30]] (Battleship Division 4), [[ROBERT W. GERMANY, JR., LT, USN|ENS Robert Germany, Jr. '30]] (Battleship Division 4), and [[PHILIP H. ASHWORTH, LTJG, USN|ENS Philip Ashworth '31]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=October 1932|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[JAMES A. LOGAN, COMO, USN|CDR James Logan '10]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|LTjg Francis Jordan '29]] (USS West Virginia), [[PHILIP H. ASHWORTH, LTJG, USN|ENS Philip Ashworth '31]] (USS West Virginia), [[ERNEST D. HODGE, LT, USN|ENS Ernest Hodge '32]] (USS West Virginia), [[JOHN L. EVERETT, JR., LT, USNR|ENS John Everett, Jr. '32]] (USS West Virginia), and [[JOHN O. SPEER, LCDR, USN|ENS John Speer '32]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=January 1933|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[JAMES A. LOGAN, COMO, USN|CDR James Logan '10]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|LTjg Francis Jordan '29]] (USS West Virginia), [[PHILIP H. ASHWORTH, LTJG, USN|ENS Philip Ashworth '31]] (USS West Virginia), [[ERNEST D. HODGE, LT, USN|ENS Ernest Hodge '32]] (USS West Virginia), [[JOHN L. EVERETT, JR., LT, USNR|ENS John Everett, Jr. '32]] (USS West Virginia), and [[JOHN O. SPEER, LCDR, USN|ENS John Speer '32]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=April 1933|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia|parentCommand=USS West Virginia|others2=[[JAMES A. LOGAN, COMO, USN|CDR James Logan '10]] (USS West Virginia), [[FRANCIS D. JORDAN, LCDR, USN|LTjg Francis Jordan '29]] (USS West Virginia), [[PHILIP H. ASHWORTH, LTJG, USN|ENS Philip Ashworth '31]] (USS West Virginia), [[WILLIS M. THOMAS, CDR, USN|ENS Willis Thomas '31]] (Battleship Division 4), [[ERNEST D. HODGE, LT, USN|ENS Ernest Hodge '32]] (USS West Virginia), [[JOHN L. EVERETT, JR., LT, USNR|ENS John Everett, Jr. '32]] (USS West Virginia), and [[JOHN O. SPEER, LCDR, USN|ENS John Speer '32]] (USS West Virginia)}}
{{ND|date=July 1933|rank=Lieutenant (j.g.)|command=Fleet Air Base Pearl Harbor}}


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Ted Marshall '24

Date of birth: June 30, 1901

Date of death: August 9, 1933

Age: 32

Lucky Bag

From the 1924 Lucky Bag:

1924 Marshall LB.jpg

TED CONGER MARSHALL

Long Beach, California

"Ted"

"TED'S" good fellowship reached an apex of development at the Army Game, when he valiantly defended a civilian against a horde of embattled farmers. They must have been farmers, for their coats were off. "Ted's" protege was in evening dress, good form and congenial disposition. The two became such friends that "Ted" invited him to the Naval Academy any week-end, promising a decidedly high time, since the Duty Officers meant nothing to him. In fact, he would put his charming new friend in midshipman's uniform, which no doubt would be quite a treat for a civilian who had never seen Annapolis. After a few more encouraging remarks concerning the inefficiency of D. O.'s, they parted in Philadelphia. Monday morning "Ted" walked into a section room and saw his recent friend in the pathetic role of instructor—his sleeves encircled with gold braid. This is a convincing demonstration of the democratic spirit prevailing at our institution and "Ted" has done credit to his Alma Mater in this respect.

Class Football (4, 1); Numerals; Class Boxing (4).

1924 Marshall LB.jpg

TED CONGER MARSHALL

Long Beach, California

"Ted"

"TED'S" good fellowship reached an apex of development at the Army Game, when he valiantly defended a civilian against a horde of embattled farmers. They must have been farmers, for their coats were off. "Ted's" protege was in evening dress, good form and congenial disposition. The two became such friends that "Ted" invited him to the Naval Academy any week-end, promising a decidedly high time, since the Duty Officers meant nothing to him. In fact, he would put his charming new friend in midshipman's uniform, which no doubt would be quite a treat for a civilian who had never seen Annapolis. After a few more encouraging remarks concerning the inefficiency of D. O.'s, they parted in Philadelphia. Monday morning "Ted" walked into a section room and saw his recent friend in the pathetic role of instructor—his sleeves encircled with gold braid. This is a convincing demonstration of the democratic spirit prevailing at our institution and "Ted" has done credit to his Alma Mater in this respect.

Class Football (4, 1); Numerals; Class Boxing (4).

Loss

Ted was lost on August 9, 1933 when the seaplane he was aboard crashed near Pearl Harbor. Four other crewmen were also lost; Ted was identified as a student pilot.

He earned his wings as naval aviator #3682 on July 28, 1930.

Related Articles

Charles Hill, Jr. '27 was also lost in this crash.

Navy Directories & Officer Registers

The "Register of Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps" was published annually from 1815 through at least the 1970s; it provided rank, command or station, and occasionally billet until the beginning of World War II when command/station was no longer included. Scanned copies were reviewed and data entered from the mid-1840s through 1922, when more-frequent Navy Directories were available.

The Navy Directory was a publication that provided information on the command, billet, and rank of every active and retired naval officer. Single editions have been found online from January 1915 and March 1918, and then from three to six editions per year from 1923 through 1940; the final edition is from April 1941.

The entries in both series of documents are sometimes cryptic and confusing. They are often inconsistent, even within an edition, with the name of commands; this is especially true for aviation squadrons in the 1920s and early 1930s.

Alumni listed at the same command may or may not have had significant interactions; they could have shared a stateroom or workspace, stood many hours of watch together… or, especially at the larger commands, they might not have known each other at all. The information provides the opportunity to draw connections that are otherwise invisible, though, and gives a fuller view of the professional experiences of these alumni in Memorial Hall.

November 1924
Ensign, USS Tennessee

Others at this command: ENS Edward Metcalfe '22
January 1925
Ensign, USS Tennessee

Others at this command: ENS Edward Metcalfe '22
March 1925
Ensign, USS Tennessee

Others at this command: ENS Edward Metcalfe '22
May 1925
Ensign, USS Kanawha
July 1925
Ensign, USS Kanawha
October 1925
Ensign, USS Kanawha
January 1926
Ensign, USS Kanawha
October 1926
Ensign, USS Kanawha
January 1927
Ensign, USS Nevada

April 1927
Ensign, USS Nevada

October 1927
Lieutenant (j.g.), USS Saratoga

April 1928
Lieutenant (j.g.), USS Saratoga


Others at or embarked at this command: LT James Carney '21 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 1B)
January 1929
Lieutenant (j.g.), USS Saratoga


Others at or embarked at this command: LTjg Charles McDonald '24 (Torpedo and Bombing Plane Squadron (VT) 2B)
April 1929
Lieutenant (j.g.), USS Saratoga


Others at or embarked at this command: LTjg Charles McDonald '24 (Torpedo and Bombing Plane Squadron (VT) 2B)
July 1929
Lieutenant (j.g.), USS Saratoga


Others at or embarked at this command: LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16 (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LT Thomas Fisher '18 (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LT Paul Thompson '19 (Aircraft Squadrons, Battle Fleet), LTjg Charles McDonald '24 (Torpedo and Bombing Plane Squadron (VT) 2B), and LTjg Creighton Lankford '25 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 1B)
October 1929
Lieutenant (j.g.), USS Saratoga


Others at or embarked at this command: LCDR Henry Mullinnix '16 (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LT Thomas Fisher '18 (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Walter Leach, Jr. '24 (Light Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), and LTjg Creighton Lankford '25 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 1B)
October 1930
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 5B, USS West Virginia

Others at this command: LT Stephen Cooke '21

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: LCDR Daniel Callaghan '11 (Battleship Division 5), ENS Francis Jordan '29 (Battleship Division 5), and ENS Mack Vorhees '30 (USS West Virginia)
January 1931
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 5B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: LCDR Daniel Callaghan '11 (Battleship Division 5), LCDR Charles Cecil '16 (USS West Virginia), ENS Francis Jordan '29 (Battleship Division 5), and ENS Mack Vorhees '30 (USS West Virginia)
April 1931
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: LCDR Daniel Callaghan '11 (Battleship Division 5), LCDR Charles Cecil '16 (USS West Virginia), ENS Francis Jordan '29 (USS West Virginia), and ENS Mack Vorhees '30 (USS West Virginia)
July 1931
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: LCDR Charles Cecil '16 (USS West Virginia), ENS Francis Jordan '29 (USS West Virginia), ENS Mack Vorhees '30 (USS West Virginia), ENS Robert Germany, Jr. '30 (Battleship Division 4), and ENS Philip Ashworth '31 (USS West Virginia)
October 1931
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: LCDR Charles Cecil '16 (USS West Virginia), ENS Francis Jordan '29 (USS West Virginia), ENS Mack Vorhees '30 (USS West Virginia), ENS Robert Germany, Jr. '30 (Battleship Division 4), and ENS Philip Ashworth '31 (USS West Virginia)
January 1932
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: LCDR Charles Cecil '16 (USS West Virginia), ENS Francis Jordan '29 (USS West Virginia), ENS John Shaffer, III '30 (Battleship Division 4), ENS Robert Germany, Jr. '30 (Battleship Division 4), and ENS Philip Ashworth '31 (USS West Virginia)
April 1932
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: LCDR Charles Cecil '16 (USS West Virginia), ENS Francis Jordan '29 (USS West Virginia), ENS John Shaffer, III '30 (Battleship Division 4), ENS Robert Germany, Jr. '30 (Battleship Division 4), and ENS Philip Ashworth '31 (USS West Virginia)
October 1932
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: CDR James Logan '10 (USS West Virginia), LTjg Francis Jordan '29 (USS West Virginia), ENS Philip Ashworth '31 (USS West Virginia), ENS Ernest Hodge '32 (USS West Virginia), ENS John Everett, Jr. '32 (USS West Virginia), and ENS John Speer '32 (USS West Virginia)
January 1933
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: CDR James Logan '10 (USS West Virginia), LTjg Francis Jordan '29 (USS West Virginia), ENS Philip Ashworth '31 (USS West Virginia), ENS Ernest Hodge '32 (USS West Virginia), ENS John Everett, Jr. '32 (USS West Virginia), and ENS John Speer '32 (USS West Virginia)
April 1933
Lieutenant (j.g.), Observation Plane Squadron (VO) 4B, USS West Virginia

Others at or embarked at USS West Virginia: CDR James Logan '10 (USS West Virginia), LTjg Francis Jordan '29 (USS West Virginia), ENS Philip Ashworth '31 (USS West Virginia), ENS Willis Thomas '31 (Battleship Division 4), ENS Ernest Hodge '32 (USS West Virginia), ENS John Everett, Jr. '32 (USS West Virginia), and ENS John Speer '32 (USS West Virginia)
July 1933
Lieutenant (j.g.), Fleet Air Base Pearl Harbor


Class of 1924

Ted is one of 41 members of the Class of 1924 on Virtual Memorial Hall.

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