The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Princeton (CVL 23). 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 8 crew members registered for the USS Princeton (CVL 23).
|Chavez, Connor||corporal||Jun 14, 1935 – Mar 6, 1944||gunner||I am looking for my grandpa named Lee Logan that went down in the attack of her sinking and i hope i can get some deck logs or personal logs of him so i can know what he did on USS Princeton before she went down and my|
|Todd, Clyde||SEA MAN||1942 –||i am try'n to locate records for my dad Clyde T. Todd, Jr. He was aboard the Princeton when she went down|
|D'Andrea, John||AMM1C||1942 – 1944||V1||We boarded this carrier at the Philadelphia Naval Yard. All personnel who boarded the ship in Philadelphia were experienced. We took on 900 seamen in Newport, RI which filled out our crew. We loaded aircraft at Norfolk|
|Ferguson, Joy||ENS||1942 – 1944||Fighting Squadron 86||I am looking for the family of Ens Buster Lee Black. He was on the USS Princeton. He was a Navy Pilot. I am also looking for anyone who knew LT JG Stockert and my grandfather LT Elwood Charles Schuler.|
|Lynn, Edward Warren||Ensign||1943 – Jul 5, 1944||Fleet Air, West Coast||I am a nephew of Edward Warren Lynn a pilot aboard the USS Princeton (CVL 23) We are searching for anyone who might have served with him to speak with about him.|
|Allen, Barbara||unk||1944 –||unk||My dad, Roland D. Thompson; I am looking for any information or someone who may have known him|
|Dalton, William||MM||Sep 1944 – Oct 1944||Air Group 27||I have been researching info for my father who will be 92 soon. He was a gunner on a Hell Diver and in the air when the Princeton was sunk. He finally saw a picture of his ship burning while visiting the Naval Academy.|
|Hill, Ray Thomas||ENSIGN||Oct 1944 –||UNKNOWN||LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON RAY THOMAS HILL. SERVED IN FIGHTER SQUADRON 27-KNOWN AS THE HOWLING HELLCATS. WAS ABOARD WHEN SHE WAS SUNK AND SURVIVED IN THE WATER FOR HOURS BEFORE BEING RESCUED.|
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