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John S. Arwine
Commander, United States Navy
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COMMANDER J. S. ARWINE
Executive of the Battleship Kansas Dies at His Home in East Orange

August 28, 1924 – Commander John S. Arwine, 44, of the United States battleship Kansas, died at his home in East Orange, New Jersey, yesterday, from illness contracted while at sea.  Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery on Monday.

Commander Arwine was born in Indiana and was graduated from the Naval Academy in 1902.  He was formerly executive officer of the Melville, flagship of Admiral Sims’ fleet during the World War.  In 1919 the Melville took her position in mid-Atlantic to supply fuel for the seaplanes of Captain Frederick P. Raynham and Harry G. Hawker, among the first aviators to attempt a transatlantic flight.


ARWINE, JOHN S
COMMANDER USN IND
DATE OF DEATH: 08/29/1924
BURIED AT: SECTION D E  SITE LOT 2631
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  
ARWINE, SHRYOCK MANDVILLE
NA United States Navy
DATE OF BIRTH: 11/25/1909
DATE OF DEATH: 09/16/1965
BURIED AT: SECTION 4  SITE 2631
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  
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Posted: 8 December 2007
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