The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS President Adams (APA 19). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?
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There are 6 crew members registered for the USS President Adams (APA 19).
|Beickel, Harold L. NEW||1st class gunners mate||Mar 8, 1942 – Aug 25, 1945||12||I'm Harold's son Greg Beickel. My father talked a lot about his time on board the Adams. It was nicknamed the luckiest ship of the Pacific. He was very proud of his time in the Navy. He passed away 5 years ago.|
|Heisler, Frank||Motor Machinist's Mate 1st Class||Sep 17, 1942 – Dec 13, 1945||USN||My father passed away the summer of 2013 at age 90. He proudly recalled his years on the USS Pres Adams with detail throughout his life.|
|Gyles, John||phm||Nov 1942 – Oct 1945||navy||i am johns grandson jerry im not exactly sure of dates. john died in may of 1991.he told stories about when he served when i was young.just wondering if anyone remembers him.im very proud he served the in the u.s. navy!!|
|Burroughs, William||s1/c||Sep 1944 – Mar 1946||weapons|
|Murphy, James||S 1/C||Oct 21, 1944 – Apr 11, 1945||Division #1||From James Murphy's Grandson, Grandpa wasn't on the Adams very long as he was hit in the eye by a piece of metal. However, he made some good friends, I have been using his letters sent to my Grandmother to write a book.|
|Bell, Jacque||FIREMAN LC V6||Jan 26, 1945 – Oct 19, 1945||Jacque passed away in 1993, this is his granddaughter, trying to find out more information.|
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