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Naval officer , physician

Jesse Dale Jewell, American physician, naval officer. Decorated Navy Cross for service at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Fellow, Australian Computer Society; member of the American Medical Association, National Sojourners.; Mason.

Background

Jewell, Jesse Dale was born on July 24, 1891 in Leon, West Virginia, United States. Son of John Sherman and Mayme (Spiller) Jewell.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Oregon, 1918.

Career

Commissioned Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy 1918, advanced through grades to rear admiral, 1944. Served Mare Island (California), Hospital and Navy Yard, 1918-1921, destroyer division 36, 1921-1923, Bremerton (Washington) Navy Yard, 1923-1926, mine force, Pearl Harbor, T.H., 1926-1929, United States Naval Hospital, San Diego, 1929-1932, U. S.S. Neches, 1932-1934. United States Naval Hospital, Newport (Rhode Island), 1934-1937, United States Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 1937-1939, torpedo station, Keyport (Washington), 1939-1941, United States Ship California, Pearl Harbor, 1941, Navy Yard, Bremerton, 1942-1943, United States Naval Hospital, Corona (California), 1943-1944, headquarters 13th Naval District, Seattle, 1944-1945.

Released from active duty, February 1, 1945.

Membership

Fellow, Australian Computer Society. Member of the American Medical Association, National Sojourners.

Connections

Married Lola Belle Beckner, June 7, 1918.

father:
John Sherman Jewell

mother:
Mayme (Spiller) Jewell

spouse:
Lola Belle Beckner