The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Portsmouth (CL 102). 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 21 crew members registered for the USS Portsmouth (CL 102).
|Miller, Clyde||Fireman First Class||1944 – 1946||Engineering||Passed 1997|
|Dayle Larson, Dayle||BOATWAINS MATE 2ND CLASS||Oct 2, 1944 – 1948||This is Dayle Larson's Grandson and i am researching his WW2 history. He is still alive and kicking. 83 years old and lives in Vancouver WA. I know he was hurt real bad in Okinowa invasion and was blown off the ship with two other men.|
|Clemm, Robert / Red||SEAMAN SECOND CLASS||1945 – 1947||93||This was my Dad's ship - He died of Cancer in 1988. But I wanted to see who he may have served with... God Bless you all...|
|Gates, Orris Or Butch Or Dad||MSgt||1945 – 1946||NA||I am Orris's daughter. He's passed on but now I'd love to hear from any on the 1st trip to Capetown, then to Mediterranean. Dad became shellback; love to hear about this ceremony. Do any remember him, a Marine aboard|
|Gorham, Robert (Bob)||seaman 2nd class||1945 – 1946||Fifth division||Looking for anyone from that may have served in 5th division on the Portsmouth|
|Birgam, Charles||enlisted||1945 – 1946||5th division||Proud to have served|
|Quinty, Frank||?||Jan 24, 1945 –||?||Passed away 6 Nov 2014... Looking through military records and found that my Father in Law was assigned to this vessel during WWII.|
|Geyer, Robert||S2/C||Mar 15, 1945 – May 28, 1946||Signal||The Portsmouth reunion is being heald this year 2009 at Her ndon Va. At the Crowne Plaza Hotel our 15 reunioncome join us|
|Brown, Joel (Joe)||Gunner's Mate 1st Class||Apr 28, 1945 – Dec 15, 1946||Gunnery||This is my father's record. He passed away in 1994. My brother and I are researching his military record. If anyone knew him, please e-mail me. Also, does anyone have a picture of the ship's coat of arms?|
|Beckwith, Orthello||Seaman First Class||Jun 25, 1945 – Nov 13, 1945||unknown||This is my Grandfather and he was a member of the original crew which Commissioned the USS Portsmouth (CC102) making him a Plank Owner. He passed away in 1989. RIP Pap!|
|Bozarth, Charles||ENSIGN||Nov 1945 – Jun 1946||NAVIGATION||When 1st assign to the ship I was assigned to the Engineering Division and later transferred to the officer in charge of the Navigation division. I graduated from Caltech in the V-12 and the Columbia Midshipman's school.|
|Boera, A. Richard (Dick)||Ensign||Nov 17, 1945 – Aug 19, 1946||"A"||Served as C.O. "A" Division & qualified Engineering Watch Officer. Final rank Lt(jg) Good-will cruise May-Aug. 1946 to Brazil, South Africa, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Cape Verde Is., Senegal, Morocco, Italy, Azores|
|Linenbroker, Marvin H.||YOEMAN 3RD CLASS||1946 – 1947||I was searching for pictures of the ship with my family and came across this site. Feel free to look me up.|
|Hohner, Walter||S1C||1946 – 1947||R Div.||I am the President of the USS Portmouth Assn and am looking for anyone who served aboard our ship.|
|Weimar, David||machinist mate third class||1946 – 1948||m||i am doing this for my father,it would be great to contact some old shipmates and swap photos ??|
|Lamp, Orville||E-3||Mar 18, 1946 – Mar 17, 1949||gunnery||Mr. Orville J Lamp Served With The US Navy From 5/17/1946 Until 5/17/1949 And Was Stationed Aboard Many Different Types of Ships. USS) portsmouth cl-102&USS Mount Olympus (AGC-8) and many more He Is No Longer In Active Duty|
|Cobert, G. William||YN3||Apr 3, 1946 – Sep 4, 1946||Gunnery Office||Worked for Cmdr John Stuart Fletcher, Gunnery Officer. Transferred with him to new command - COMTRACOMLANT on board to USS ALBEMARBLE AV-5. Commander Fletcher signed my request for transfer to the Air Training.|
|Riedle, Ernest||S1/c||May 1946 – Dec 1947||Galley|
|Repasch, Joseph J.||S1/C||Aug 1946 – Apr 1948||5th DIVISION||WAS ON THE DECK FORCE UNTIL THE END OF OVERHAUL IN PHILADELPHIA IN 47. APPLIED FOR SHIPS DRIVER AND WORKED FOR LT. SMITHY UNTIL TRANSFER TO THE FARGO BUILDING PRIOR TO DISCHARGE.|
|Mutzenback, Walter||s1/c||Oct 1947 – Apr 1948||1st div|
|Weir, Richard (Dick)||SEAMAN 1ST CLASS||Apr 4, 1948 – Jun 15, 1949||1ST DIVISION||IN CHARGE OF PAINT LOCKER AND ALL IT'S EQUIPMENT|
There are currently no planned reunions.