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J. Reynor & Son (SP 869)


J. Reynor & Son served both the U. S. Navy and Army.
Motorboat: Built in 1916 by W. F. Dunn, Norfolk, VA; Acquired by the Navy and commissioned 11 January 1918; Turned over to the Treasury Department; Returned to Navy custody 19 August 1919 and loaned to the American Red Cross; Returned to Navy custody again 16 March 1920; Transferred in 20 April 1920 to the Army Corps of Engineers. Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 29 t.; Length 64'; Beam 14'; Draft 4'; Speed 14 kts.; Complement seven.


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Motorboat J. Reynor & Son
J. Reynor & Son 179k Probably taken at Newport News, Virginia, perhaps when she was inspected by the Fifth Naval District on 2 May 1917. Another craft, named Beulah M, is partially visible behind her.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 99406
Robert Hurst
USS J. Reyner & Son (SP 869)
J. Reynor & Son 89k Possibly photographed while on duty with the Navy during World War I.
U.S. Navy Photo NH 102149
Naval Historical Center

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