Eugene McClellan Isaac

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Chief Boatswain Eugene McClellan Isaac (12 March, 1862 – 17 February, 1920) served in the United States Navy as an enlisted man before being promoted to warrant officer.

Life & Career

Eugene Issac was born in Pennsylvania on 12 March, 1862.[1]

Isaac was promoted to the rank of Boatswain on 16 July, 1898. In April 1899 he was serving aboard the battleship Iowa in the Pacific.[2]

Isaac was appointed to the Washington Navy Yard for command of the yard tug Triton on 13 January, 1902.[3]

Isaac was promoted to the rank of Chief Boatswain on 16 July, 1904.[4] He was appointed to the Glacier on 4 August, 1904.[5]

Isaac was appointed to command the monitor Miantonomoh when she recommissioned at Philadelphia on 9 April, 1907.

Isaac retired on 2 December, 1910.[6]

See Also

Bibliography

Service Records

Naval Appointments
Preceded by
Mortimer L. Johnson
Captain of U.S.S. Miantonomoh
9 Apr, 1907 – 21 Dec, 1907[Inference]
Succeeded by
None

Footnotes

  1. Register of Officers, 1914. pp. 168-169.
  2. "Society". The San Francisco Call. Sunday, 16 April, 1899. Volume LXXXV, No. 137, col B, p. 26.
  3. Register of Officers, 1903. p. 70.
  4. Register of Officers, 1914. pp. 168-169.
  5. List and Station, July 1906. p. 45.
  6. Register of Officers, 1914. p. 168.