CAPTAIN D. M. ADDISON
Supply Corps Officer in Navy Dies Here at Age of 59
WASHINGTON, January 6, 1932 – Captain David Martin Addison, Supply Corps, U. S. Navy, died at the Naval Hospital in New York this morning at the age of 59. He had been in the hospital since last June. A widow, Mrs. Venette R. Additon of Clear Springs, Missouri, survives. Burial will take place in Arlington National Cemetery.
Captain Addison was born in Salina, Kansas, June 6, 1872, and received in 1898 a temporary appointment in the Navy. He was permanently appointed in 1899. During the World war he was accounting officer at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, in 1920 became supply officer at the Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Navy Yard, two years later was transferred to the Washington Navy Yard and in 1928 was appointed supply officer at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, with additional duty as supply officer of the Fourth Naval District.
ADDISON, DAVID M
CAPT SUP CoRPS USNAVY KS
DATE OF DEATH: 01/06/1932
BURIED AT: SECTION SOUTH SITE 2502
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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