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USC&GS Lydia III
USS Lydia III (SP 676)
Lydia III served both the U. S. Navy and the Coast & Geodetic Survey.
Motorboat:Built in 1913 by F. S. Nock, East Greenwich, RIAcquired by the Navy 16 June 1917Commissioned 12 July 1917 at Providence, RITransferred 9 April 1919 to the Coast and Geodetic SurveyReturned to U. S. Navy 15 January 1920Sold 21 May 1920Fate unknown.
Specifications:Displacement 24 t.Length 55' 9"Beam 11' 6"Draft 4' 8"Speed 9.5 kts.Complement 13Armament: One 1-pounder and one .30 cal. machine gunPropulsion: One 40hp 4-cylinder Pearl gasoline engine, one shaft.
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|01||Chief Boatswain's Mate Edmund Grinnell, USNRF||12 May 1917|
|02||ENS Allen, USNRF - (Unknown if first/last name)||12 July 1917|
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