USS Georgia BB-15
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Mar. 17, 2018

My grandfather served on the Georgia as a young lad, possibly to young as I here. But I would like to see John H. Walker Jr.'s pictures if at all possible. I have a picture of my grandfather and another sailor on board. If any one is interested I would surely email it to them. Just as a point of interest, my Grandfather married my Grandmother her name, Georgiana.

Roland Mallett

Mar. 6, 2011

I have recently found out that my grandfather served on the USS Georgia also during 1918 to 1919 and was interested in seeing the pictures that John H. Walker wrote about in his comment of December 4, 2009.  Thanks for your help.

Sharon M. Humphries
Magnolia, New Jersey

Dec. 4, 2009

My father, John H Walker Jr. YN3, served on board the USS Georgia BB15 1918-1919.  I have 8 photographs of him and others taken on deck while in Brest France January 1919.  5 of the photos have annotations and names of persons.

John H. Walker III

Oct. 4, 2009

My grandfather Joseph Frederick Weitlauf served aboard the Georgia during the voyage of the Great White Fleet. I never met him and would surely appreciate any info you might have concerning the Great White Fleet, photos of the crew,etc. I only know that his job aboard the ship was as a butcher. Any info would be much appreciated.

Ken Jackson

Nov. 20, 2008

I have heard that my Grandfather, Archie Todd, was stationed on the USS Georgia around 1916. He was part of a group of Marines who sailed with the ship from Boston. Looking to verify this with a ships roster if possible. 

Thank you,
Bob Todd

Oct. 13, 2008

My husband's mother served on the USS Georgia around 1916-1918.  Her name was Margaret Mary O'Sullivan.
She died when he was a very young boy and he has no information on her except that she was born in County Kerry, Ireland.  Is there any way we could get information about her through the USS Georgia records?

Thank You,
Janice Cross

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