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This webpage reproduces a section of
Annapolis

by
W. D. Puleston


published by
D. Appleton-Century Company, Inc.
New York • London
1942

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 p235  Appendix 2

Superintendents of the Naval Academy

Date of Accession
1. Franklin Buchanan September 3, 1845
2. George P. Upshur March 15, 1847
3. C. K. Stribling July 1, 1850
4. L. M. Goldsborough November 1, 1853
5. George S. Blake September 15, 1857
6. David D. Porter September 9, 1865
7. John L. Worden December 1, 1869
8. C. R. P. Rodgers September 22, 1874
9. Foxhall A. Parker July 1, 1878
10. George B. Balch August 2, 1879
11. C. R. P. Rodgers (second term) June 13, 1881
12. F. M. Ramsay November 14, 1881
13. W. T. Sampson September 9, 1886
14. R. L. Phythian June 30, 1890
15. P. H. Cooper November 15, 1894
16. F. V. McNair July 15, 1898
17. Richard Wainwright March 15, 1900
18. Willard H. Brownson November 6, 1902
19. J. H. Sands July 1, 1905
20. C. J. Badger July 15, 1907
21. J. M. Bowyer June 10, 1909
22. J. H. Gibbons May 15, 1911
23. W. F. Fullam February 7, 1914
24. E. W. Eberle September 20, 1915
25. A. H. Scales February 12, 1919
26. H. B. Wilson July 5, 1921
27. L. M. Nulton February 23, 1925
p236 28. S. S. Robison June 16, 1928
29. T. C. Hart May 1, 1931
30. D. F. Sellers June 18, 1934
31. Wilson Brown February 1, 1938
32. Russell Willson February 1, 1941
33. J. R. Beardall January, 1942

Usually, Superintendents are relieved by their successors at Annapolis. The date of accession of a new Superintendent is the date of departure of his predecessor. In some instances there has been a short interregnum. Rear Admiral F. A. Parker died as Superintendent. Rear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers served twice; his second term lasted only a few months.


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