June Calendar

01 Jun
1826-Arrived at Tunis, Tunisia.
1836-Departed Toulon, France.
1840-Arrived at Callao, Peru.
1849-Four boys flogged for drunkenness.

      02 Jun
1812-A deserter returned on board at Washington, DC, from Baltimore, MD.
1823-Departed Tunis, Tunisia.
1824-Captain Sameula Evans, Commandant, New York Navy Yard, collapsed and
     died as he boarded the ship for an official visit.
1827-Departed Napoli de Romania (Nauplia), Greece.
1836-Arrived at Genoa, Italy.
1837-Departed Palermo, Sicily.
1849-Eleven men flogged for unspecified offenses.  Departed Spezzia, Italy.
1853-Arrived at Gibraltar.
1855-Arrived at Portsmouth, NH.

      03 Jun
1821-Arrived at Gibraltar.
1822-Departed Naples, Italy.
1854-At her Captain's request, an officer and Marine Guard sent aboard
     American bark KANAHWAH to quell drunken mutiny.  Four mutineers brought
     to frigate and later shipped as crewmembers.
1879-Arrived at Philadelphia, PA.

      04 Jun
1799-Silas Talbot relieved Samuel Nicholson, Sr., as Captain.
1804-Departed Syracuse, Sicily.
1826-Departed Tunis, Tunisia.

      05 Jun
1823-Arrived at Syracuse, Sicily.
1837-Arrived at Malta.
1850-Six men flogged for unspecified offenses.
1930-Tyrone Gabriel Martin, Captain 1974-8, born in Greenwich, CT.

      06 Jun
1804-Arrived at Malta.
1805-Departed Tripoli, Libya.
1845-Arrived at Macao.
1854-One man deserted at Porto Praya, Cape Verde Is.
1932-Suspended courts martial given a sailor and a Marine for being out of
     uniform, disregarding orders, AWOL, and voilating 2 articles of Navy
1933-Seaman AWOL 3 hours.

      07 Jun
1800-Private Rue Stanter died of a fever and was buried at sea.  One man
     flogged for insolence.
1811-One man deserted from a ship's boat.
1821-Assumed duties as flagship of the Mediterranean Squadron.
1822-Arrived at Messina, Sicily.
1836-Departed Genoa, Italy.
1849-Arrived at Naples, Italy.
1904-James A. Greer, Captain 1877, died in Washington, DC.

      08 Jun
1800-One man flogged for theft and fighting.
1804-Departed Malta.
1805-Arrived at Malta.
1811-Seaman David Lee died.
1813-David Dixon Porter, Captain 1860, born in Chester, PA.
1827-Arrived at Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey.
1837-Departed Malta.
1850-Departed Leghorn, Italy.
1934-Louis Joseph Gulliver decommissioned ship in Boston, MA.  During her
     tour of the country since Jul 1931, 4,647,578 people had visited her.

      09 Jun
1812-Two deserters "brought back" aboard at Washington, DC.
1836-Arrived at Leghorn, Italy.
1846-Two men given 6 lashes each for skulking.
1850-Arrived at Spezzia, Italy.
1853-Sailed from Gibraltar to Tangier, Morocco.
1881-Departed Hampton Roads, VA.

      10 Jun
1800-Seaman Luther Eddy died of a complication of disorders and was buried at
1805-Departed Malta and arrived at Syracuse, Sicily.
1812-Departed Washington, DC, and arrived at Alexandria, VA.
1822-Seaman Nathaniel Thompson drowned while attempting to desert in Messina,
1853-Sailed from Tangier, Morocco, to Gibraltar.
1925-Jack Loren Reifschneider, Captain 1970-1, born.

      11 Jun
1800-Arrived at Mole St. Nicholas, Haiti.
1801-Arrived at Boston, MA.
1821-Departed Gibraltar.
1822-Departed Messina, Sicily.
1823-Departed Syracuse, Sicily.
1826-Arrived Milos I.
1850-Two men flogged for unspecified offenses.

      12 Jun
1800-One man flogged for neglect of duty and sleeping on post.
1805-Departed Syracuse, Sicily.
1807-Departed Syracuse, Sicily.
1825-Arrived at Gibraltar.
1854-Departed Porto Praya, Cape Verde Is.
1881-Arrived at Newport, RI.

      13 Jun
1838-Gave one man 30 lashes, two others 24 each, and two more 12 each for
     unspecified offenses.

      14 Jun
1800-Departed Mole St. Nicholas, Haiti.
1853-Exchanged salutes with liner HMS SANS PAREIL, commanded by the son of
     Captain James Dacres, who lost HMS GUERRIERE to CONSTITUTION in 1812.
1855-John Rudd placed ship in ordinary at Portsmouth, NH.
1881-Edwin Malcolm Shepard relieved Oscar Fitzalan Stanton as Captain.

      15 Jun
1826-Departed Milos I.
1837-Arrived at Athens, Greece.
1838-Departed Port Mahon, Minorca.
1843-A man given 12 lashes for smuggling liquor.
1853-Departed Gibraltar.
1854-Arrived at Porto Grande, Cape Verde Is.
1933-Proceeded from Seattle to Tacoma, WA.

      16 Jun
1826-Arrived at Paros I.
1839-Arrived at Vera Cruz, Mexico.
1844-Arrived at Fayal, Azores.
1849-One man flogged for an unspecified offense.
1927-Drydocked in Drydock #1, Boston Navy Yard, to commence restoration.
1933-Seaman AWOL 1 hour.

      17 Jun
1800-One man flogged for quarreling with his superior officer.
1805-Arrived at Tripoli, Libya.
1806-Arraived at Malaga, Spain.
1810-Isaac Hull relieved John Rodgers as Captain.
1921-Louis Everette Wood, Captain 1947-50, born in Lockhart, SC.

      18 Jun
1812-Departed Alexandria, VA.
1845-Departed Macao.
1850-Sailed from Spezzia to Genoa, Italy.
1853-Arrived at Funchal, Madeira I.

      19 Jun
1804-Arrived at Tunis, Tunisia.
1826-Departed Paros I.
1836-Departed Leghorn, Italy.
1846-Eight men broke liberty; flogged on the 24th.

      20 Jun
1821-Arrived at Port Mahon, Minorca.
1823-Arrived at Malta.
1826-Arrived at Vourla (Urla), Turkey.
1839-Departed Vera Cruz, Mexico.
1843-Seven men deserted at Portsmouth, VA.
1844-Departed Fayal, Azores.
1845-Arrived at Whampoa, China.
1850-Two men flogged for unspecified offenses.
1899-Oscar C. Badger, Captain 1878-9, died in Concord, MA.

      21 Jun
1804-Departed Tunis, Tunisia.
1805-Departed Tripoli, Libya.
1850-Six men flogged for unspecified offenses.

      22 Jun
1822-Arrived at Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey.
1836-Arrived at Civitivecchia, Italy.
1854-Departed Porto Grande, Cape Verde Is.
1933-Proceeded from Tacoma to Olympia, WA.
1934-Herman Otto Sudholz, Captain 1980-5, born Glen Cove, NY.
1954-Charles William Morris relieved Albert C. Messier as Captain.
1985-Joseph Zachariah Brown relieved Herman Otto Sudholz as Captain.

      23 Jun
1835-Arrived at New York City.
1838-Arrived at Gibraltar.
1844-Arrived at Funchal, Madeira I.
1849-Four men flogged for unspecified offenses.
1934-Victor Bernard Stevens, Jr., Captain 1960-3, born in Worcester, MA.

      24 Jun
1804-Arrived at Malta and sailed again same day.
1805-Arrived at Malta.
1837-Departed Athens, Greece, and arrived at Hydra I. the same day.
1846-Seaman Henry Matthews died and was buried at sea.

      25 Jun
1804-Arrived at Syracuse, Sicily.
1822-Departed Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey.
1833-First ship drydocked at the Boston Navy Yard and only second (by one
     week) in US.  Vice President Van Buren and Commodore Hull in attendance.
1850-Five men flogged for unspecified offenses.
1896-Hermann Pierce Knickerbocker, Captain 1940-1, born in Springfield, NY.

      26 Jun
1805-Departed Malta.
1823-Departed Malta.
1837-Departed Hydra I.
1838-"Hoisted on board a horse for Commodore Elliott."  Departed Gibraltar
     for home, having been relieved at Mediterranean Squadron flagship.
1932-Henry Hartley, Jr., son of new Executive Officer, Lieutenant Commander
     Henry Hartley, Sr., christened on board.
1933-Miss Pauline Newman recorded as 4 millionth visitor of national tour
     while at Tacoma, WA.  (See 19 Jul.)
1992-Commander Richard B. Amirault became the second Commanding Officer to
     be married on board.  Bride is Ms. Kathleen Hennessy.

      27 Jun
1799-U. S. Navy's first court martial, of Lieutenant John Blake Cordis,
     commenced on board.  Found not guilty of beating a seaman; charge of
     sleeping on watch "not proved."
1805-Arrived at Syracuse, Sicily.
1812-Arrived at Annapolis, MD.
1821-Departed Port Mahon, Minorca.
1837-Arrived at Corinth, Greece.
1844-Two men given 12 lashes each for public drunkenness and disorderly

      28 Jun
1810-Departed Hampton Roads, VA.
1822-Arrived at Milos I.
1837-Departed Corinth, Greece.
1933-Seaman AWOL.
1965-Joseph Clark Grew relieved John Christopher Kelleher as Captain.

      29 Jun
1804-Departed Syracuse, Sicily.
1822-Departed Milos I.
1837-Arrived at Marathon, Greece.
1838-Arrived at Funchal, Madeira I.
1844-Departed Funchal, Madeira I.
1997-Emily Lillian Bishop, granddaughter of 64th CO, baptized on board.

      30 Jun
1804-Arrived at Messina, Sicily.
1813-Silas Talbot, Captain 1799-1801, died in New York City.
1821-Arrived at Messina, Sicily.
1826-Departed Vourla (Urla), Turkey.
1837-Departed Marathon, Greece.
1849-Two men flogged for unspecified offenses.
1978-Robert Leo Gillen relieved Tyrone Gabriel Martin as Captain.