LINCOLN, Horatio, Sr., CAPT

Deceased
 
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Last Rank
Captain
Last Primary NEC
111X-Unrestricted Line Officer - Surface Warfare
Last Rating/NEC Group
Line Officer
Primary Unit
1958-1960, AFRTS/Armed Forces Network/Broadcasting (AFN)/AFRS New York
Service Years
1930 - 1960
Official/Unofficial US Navy Certificates
Order of the Ditch
Order of the Shellback
Panama Canal
Plank Owner
Captain
Captain

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Home State
North Dakota
North Dakota
Year of Birth
1909
 
This Military Service Page was created/owned by Steven Loomis (SaigonShipyard), IC3 to remember LINCOLN, Horatio, Sr. (Abe), CAPT USN(Ret).

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Contact Info
Home Town
Grand Forks, North Dakota
Last Address
Kent, King County, Washington

Date of Passing
Sep 11, 2001
 
Location of Interment
Not Specified
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

 Official Badges 

US Navy Retired 30


 Unofficial Badges 

US Navy Honorable Discharge


 Military Association Memberships
Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS)
  1945, Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  1945, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS) - Assoc. Page


 Additional Information
Last Known Activity

Captain Horatio Alonzo Lincoln, U.S.N. (Ret.)


Commanding Officer of destroyers WWII
Port Captain, Balboa - Panama Canal Zone 1952-1955
Officer-in-Charge, Armed Forces Radio and Press Services 1958-1960


July 1, 1955
THE PANAMA CANAL REVIEW
25 YEARS 

Two of the four employees who passed the quarter-century mark of government service during the month of June have unbroken Canal service. Three of them are mid-westerners and one is a native Canal Zonian.


The two with unbroken Canal service are Fred Yaeger, Pumping Plant Operator with the Maintenance Division and Capt. Horatio A. Lincoln, Captain of the Balboa Port. 

Captain Lincoln was born in Grand Forks, N. Dak. and has been Port Captain in Balboa since 1952. He is scheduled to complete his tour of duty here in July (1955).

   
Other Comments:
Captain Horatio Alonzo Lincoln was a direct decedent of Abraham Lincoln
 

Presidential Descendants
Have a Great-Great-Grand Time


NEW YORK, April 30, 1989. 
Horatio Lincoln was among Lincoln relatives descended from the President's uncle, and seated at a table with Eleanor Axson Sayre, Woodrow Wilson's granddaughter, a curator emeritus at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. ''Yours was a Democrat, and mine was a Republican,'' said Captain Horatio A. Lincoln, who is retired from the United States Navy. ''But,'' replied Mrs. Sayre, ''he was a liberal Republican.''


The occasion was the bicentennial of the first President's first inauguration, about 100 First Descendants got together for breakfast at Fraunces Tavern on Broad and Pearl Streets, to discuss who was related to whom. It was the first time that so many presidential kin - direct and collateral, from George Washington's great-great-great-great-great-great-niece to Ronald Reagan's third cousin, representing almost every one of the country's 40 former Presidents - had been brought together in one place.

   
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  1933-1934, USS Montgomery (DD-121/DM-17)

Lieutenant Junior Grade

From Month/Year
- / 1933

To Month/Year
- / 1934

Unit
USS Montgomery (DD-121/DM-17) Unit Page

Rank
Lieutenant Junior Grade

NEC
Not Specified

Location
Not Specified

Country/State
Not Specified
 
 
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 USS Montgomery (DD-121/DM-17) Details

USS Montgomery (DD-121/DM-17)
Hull number DD-121

The ship was re-designated from a Wickes Class Destroyer to a Stribling Class Light Minelayer, January 1931.

Namesake: Rear Admiral John B. Montgomery 1794-1873
Laid down by Newport News Shipbuilding on October 2 1917.
Launched March 23 1918 and commissioned July 26 1918.
Decommissioned at San Diego June 6 1922 and berthed there until recommissioning on August 20 1931.
Reclassified Light Minelayer DM-17 January 5 1931.
Recommissioned August 20 1931.
Decommissioned from December 7 1937 until September 25 1939.
The Montgomery was assigned to Mine Divsion Two at Naval Station Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941 and was nested at berth D3 along with her sisterships, USS Gamble (DD-123/DM-15) and USS Ramsay
(DD-124/DM-16/AG-98).
The Montgomery was irreparably damaged by a mine in Ngulu Lagoon, Caroline Islands October 17 1944.
Stricken April 28 1945.
Fate Sold March 11 1946 and hulk was broken up for scrap

 

Specifications:

  • Displacement 1,090 t.

  • Length 314' 4"

  • Beam 30' 10"

  • Draft 9' 2"

  • Speed 34 kts.

  • Complement 103

  • Armament: Four 4"/50 mounts, one 3"/23 mount, one depth charge projector and two depth charge tracks

  • Propulsion: Four Yarrow/Thornycroft boilers, two 24,200shp Curtis geared turbines, two shafts.



Type
Surface Vessels

Existing/Disbanded
Decommissioned

Parent Unit
Surface Vessels USS L-M

Strength
Destroyer

Created/Owned By
AQ Ewing, Steven (Steve), AQ1 82
   

Last Updated: May 12, 2015
   
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