Everett Dole Capehart
Captain, United States Navy
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Winston-Salem, North Carolina, July 7, 1948 – Captain Everett Dole Capehart, USN, retired, of 570 Park Avenue, New York, a veteran of both World Wars, who was a White House aide in the Harding Administration, died in a hospital here today after an illness of eighteen days. He was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire fifty-eight years ago.
A son of the late Edward Capehart, USN, and a grandson of Major General Henry Capehart of the United States Army, Captain Capehart was graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1911. In the First World War he served in European waters and as an aide to Vide Admiral Knap in London and at the Paris Peace Conference. He retired from active naval service in 1924 on account of ill health.
Recalled to active duty in the recent war, Captain Capehart served as Assistant Naval Port Director at New York and facilitated the shipment abroad of landing craft.
He leaves his wife, who was Christina Chace
of New York at their wedding in 1926; a daughter, Roseine and a brother,
Captain Wadleigh Capehart of Coronado, California.
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Posted: 11 December 2007