Clayton, Kenneth G.
survey sheet - handwritten



Date of Enlistment: Sept. 25, 1917
Military Camps to which went:
* Bensonhurst, Brooklyn
* Phil[adelphia]. Navy Yard
Units to which belonged: --
Date of trip overseas: May 10, [1918]
Service there:
* 8 months aboard the U.S.S. Jarvis, a Torpedo Destroyer
Date of return: Jan. 12, 1919, Landed in U.S.
Date of demobilization: Discharged Jan. 26, 1919
Honors received:



Besch, "Section Bases of District Three." In Michael D. A Navy Second to
None: The History of U.S. Naval Training in World War I. Westport, CT:
Greenwood Press, 2002: pp. 128-129. (Google Books) -- see Section Base
6, the U.S. Naval Training Station at Bensonhurst, Long Island, NY,+bensonhurst,+wwi&source=bl&ots=N2wTRW1kwG&sig=iHxgrxUpWT26xTwbDbx-q4iRyv4&hl=en&sa=X&ei=_TJUUobZMZW34AOJyYBY&ved=0CDUQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=u.s.%20naval%20training%20station%20no.%206%2C%20bensonhurst%2C%20wwi&f=false
Naval Training Station No. 6, Bensonhurst, NY

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, c. 1860, League Island, Philadephia. PA 19112
(Workshop of the

Jarvis I (Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships)