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Patrol #7

 

(SP–31:l. 39’10”; b. 8’4”; dr. 3’; s. 28 k; cpl. 6; a. 1 mg.)

 

Patrol #7, a motor boat built by Frederick S. Nock, East Greenwick, R.I., in 1916, was purchased by the Navy from J. Phillip Hart, Marion, Mass., 1 May 1917 and commissioned 19 May 1917.

 

Patrol #7 operated in the 2d Naval District, headquartered at Newport during World War I. Although sunk off Boston in 1919, she was raised 21 July, surveyed, and sold 11 October 1919.