Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy
COMMANDER PATRICK HILL
WASHINGTON, October 22, 1953 – Lieutenant Commander Patrick Hill, USN, retired, a veteran of forty-four years active duty and who served on the Concord at the Battle of Manila Bay under Admiral Dewey, died Monday night in the Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland. His age was 82.
Born in Ireland, he came to this country 1t 16 and entered the Navy. He was at Vera Cruz in 1916 and in World War I was Executive Officer at the Naval Mines Depot, St. Julien’s Creek, Virginia.
Surviving are his widow, the former Dixie Plummer;
a son, Commander Owen Hollis Hill, USN; three daughters, who are, respectively,
the wives of Captain Robert Brodie, Jr., USN, Commander John H. Gilpin,
USN, and Commander Beverly Carter, USN, retired, and nine grandchildren.
HILL, DIXIE PLUMMER WID/O PATRICK