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Naval officer

Trevor William Leutze, American naval officer. Decorated Spanish War, Marine Campaign (Panama) and Mexican Campaign medals, World War I medal with Silver Star, American Defense Medal, World World War II Medal, Commendatory Ribbons from both Army and Navy, Al Merito 1st class (Chile).

Background

Leutze, Trevor William was born on October 13, 1877 in Santa Barbara, California, United States. Son of Rear Admiral E.H.C. and Julia Jarvis (McAlpine) Leutze.

Education

Grandson of Emanuel Leutze who painted Washington Crossing the Delaware). Student Hartford High School, Washington High School, United States Naval Academy, Corcoran Scientific School, Washington, District of Columbia.

Career

Commissioned ensign, Pay Corps, United States Navy, advanced through the grades to rear admiral, 1928. Relieved from active duty, November 1, 1942.

Connections

Married Leobelle S. Wilfert, April.

father:
Rear Admiral E.H.C. Leutze

mother:
Julia Jarvis (McAlpine) Leutze

spouse:
Leobelle S. Wilfert