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POINT HONDA DISASTER
A Virtual Cemetery created by: Tim Cook
Description: Seven "four-stacker" destroyers collided and ran aground on the fog-shrouded night of September 8, 1923, at Point Honda, California. Fourteen ships of Destroyer Squadron Eleven were heading from San Francisco to San Diego. Twenty crewmembers aboard U.S.S. Young (DD-312) were killed, and a further three died aboard U.S.S. Delphy (DD-261). The Point Honda disaster was the worst peacetime accident involving ships of the U.S. Navy.
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Jones, Ernest 35682828
b. unknown d. Sep. 8, 1923
Chalmette National Cemete...
Chalmette
St. Bernard Parish
Louisiana, USA
Martin, James T. 52283476
b. 1901 d. 1923
Waxahachie City Cemetery
Waxahachie
Ellis County
Texas, USA
Taylor, Max Hall 3543765
b. unknown d. Sep. 8, 1923
San Francisco National Ce...
San Francisco
San Francisco County
California, USA
Zakrzewski, August 73022785
b. Aug. 27, 1902 d. Sep. 8, 1923
Saint Mary Magdalene Ceme...
Omaha
Douglas County
Nebraska, USA
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