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naval officer.

Frederick Glover Pyne, American naval officer. Awarded World War medal (Transport clasp). Retired from active duty December 15, 1944. Member Newcomen Society England, Loyal Legion, Society Colonial Wars, S.R.; Mason.


Pyne, Frederick Glover was born on June 5, 1879 in Central Falls, Rhode Island, United States. Son of Charles March and Eliza (Glover) Pyne.


Educated private schools.


Commissioned assistant paymaster (ensign), 1901, advanced through grades to rear admiral, 1941. United States Ship Chesapeake, 1901. Island of Guam, 1901-1903.

United States Ship Monterey, 1903-1904. Navy Yards, New York, and Pensacola, Florida, 1905-1908. United States Ship Georgia, 1908-1910.

Navy Department, purchasing officer, 1910-1914. United States Ship Michigan, 1914-1917, United States Ship George Washington, Navy Yard, New York, 1917-1921. Fleet paymaster, Asiatic Fleet, 1921-1923.

Coordinator traffic, Bureau Budget, 1923-1925. Assistant to paymaster general Navy, 1927-1932. Supply officer Navy Yard, Philadelphia, 1932-1935.

Navy purchasing officer, New York, 1935-1938. Officer-in-charge Naval Finance and Supply School, 1937-1941. General inspector, Supply Corps., 1941-1944.


Member Newcomen Society England, Loyal Legion, Society Colonial Wars, S.R. Mason.; Clubs: Army-Navy, Chevy Chase (Washington, District of Columbia).


Married Ellen Roosevelt Jones, September 23, 1901. Children: Frederick Cruger, Schuyler Neilson, Charles Crosby.

Charles March Pyne

Eliza (Glover) Pyne

Ellen Roosevelt Jones

Frederick Cruger Pyne

Schuyler Neilson Pyne

Charles Crosby Pyne