The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Solomons (CVE 67). 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 20 crew members registered for the USS Solomons (CVE 67).
|Thornton, John F.(bud)||AVATION MACHINIST'S MATE 2ND CLASS||Sep 17, 1942 – Dec 9, 1945||Bud is deceased. I am his #2 son (Bill), and wish you all well. I also highly recommend Comeau's Solomons book. Especially if you have any relations who served on "our" ship you shouldn't miss it.|
|Blackwell, Edwin||GM2C||1943 – 1944||Gunnery||My dad served abord as a 40mm gunnery captain. Any E mail can be sent to me and I will pas them on.|
|Scheihing, Harry Herman||1943 – 1944||My name is Joe Enke, my grandfather served aboard this ship and still lives in Burlington Iowa|
|Young, Kelsey||Y 3/C||1943 – 1945||My dad served on this ship. I have a book that he had on the called Solomons Diary. I would like to have anyone that knew my dad contact me.|
|Boll, John Edward||PETTY OFFICER 2ND CLASS||1943 – 1945||This was my father, am not sure of the exact dates.|
|Kelley, Francis Russell "russ"||Apr 19, 1943 – Nov 1, 1946||Barber||My father served aboard the USS Solomons and has since passed away. Anyone who knew him please contact.|
|French, Ralph (Frenchy)||COMMISSARYMAN !ST CLASS||Nov 1943 – May 1946||COMMISSARY||Would like contact with any cummissaryman who served during this time|
|Henning, George||AMM 2/C||Nov 1943 – Dec 8, 1944||V-2||Comeau's book is great. It brought memories of many eventful moments. We had good liberties in many places. I especially enjoyed Rio.de,Janeiro. What a storm we weathered in the North Atlantic.|
|Meeks, John||Seaman First Class||Nov 21, 1943 – Nov 2, 1945||V-2||I am entering this on behalf of my Dad, who passed away in 2005 at 80. If you have memories to share please email. I`ve started a Facebook group for the USS Solomons crew & family: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=130170103858&ref=mf|
|St. Louis, Jon||SEAMAN 1ST CLASS||1944 – 1946||Signalman||My father Ernie St. Louis ("Red" or "Tack")was a signalman aboard the Solomons. Would like to hear from any shipmate that remembers him as he past in 1982. His picture is in the book J. Comeau compiled (Great Job).|
|Nicholson, James D||SEAMEN 1ST CLASS||Jan 1, 1944 – Mar 1, 1946||Lookout & Aviation||This for my Dad, since he does not use a computer. He is still alive, 81 years old, and fit and in great shape. He was anxious to be added to the list of his friends. You may email me anytime for correspondence & info.|
|Tweedy, William||AOM3c||Jan 5, 1944 – May 5, 1947||Air|
|Gipp, Arthur "Gipper"||aireal gunner, PFC||Mar 1944 – Aug 1944||vc 9||Art was my father who passed away in 1982. I am looking for anyone who knew him especially a pilot named Baker.|
|Ring, John||ABM3C||Jun 1944 – May 1946||v2||I served on 5inch 20mm 40mm gas king|
|Buckwalter, Robert||FIREMAN 1ST CLASS||Aug 26, 1944 – Nov 30, 1945||I am Wayne Buckwalter,son of Robert Buckwalter. Was just curious if any of my Dads shipmates were still around.|
|Snyder, Jerry (Slim)||Dec 1944 –||Catapult||Comeau's book is great! I highly recommend it.|
|Delizza, Frank "squirrel"||1945 –||I am Frank's grandaughter.He passed away a few years ago. My father is Frank's son and he found the book about the USS Solomons. It meant a lot to my father to read about his Dad's experience on the ship.My "papa" was an amaz|
|Comeau Sr., Joseph E.||S 1/C||Jan 12, 1945 – Mar 29, 1946||I am Joseph E. Comeau Jr. I have written a book about Dad's ship the USS Solomons CVE 67. It is over 550 pages & contains over 810 photos. Here is the Link: http://www.ggcg.org/navy/cve67.shtml I would love to talk to any crewman or family memb|
|Purdes, Steve||Jun 9, 1945 –||My father-in-law served on the Solomons|
|Pritchett, Grafton||SN||Nov 1, 1945 – May 15, 1946||?||My father was killed in an auot accident in 1957 when I was 4 years old. I would be interested in hearing from anyone who might have know him, as he passed before I had a real opportunity. Thomas Pritchett|
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