Todd Shipyard Company
Todd Shipyard Company was a American shipbuilder founded in 1916 in the American Northwest that would build ships for the United States Navy, the United States Coast Guard and the Royal Australian Navy.
Originally called the William H. Todd Corporation, the company was the corporate spawn of shipbuilding interests on both coasts of the United States.
In 2011, it was purchased and became Vigor Shipyards.
|U.S.S. Lapwing||minesweeper||14 Mar, 1918||Sold 19 Nov, 1946|
|U.S.S. Owl||minesweeper||4 May, 1918||Sold 27 Jun, 1947|
|U.S.S. Robin||minesweeper||17 Jun, 1918||Sold 1945|
|U.S.S. Swallow||minesweeper||4 Jul, 1918||Wrecked 19 Feb, 1938|
|U.S.S. Sanderling||minesweeper||2 Sep, 1918||Foundered 26 Jun, 1937|
|U.S.S. Auk||minesweeper||28 Sep, 1918||Sold 9 Jun, 1947|
|U.S.S. Chewink||minesweeper||21 Dec, 1918||Expended 31 Jul, 1947|
|U.S.S. Cormorant||minesweeper||5 Feb, 1919||Sold 8 Jan, 1947|
|U.S.S. Gannet||minesweeper||19 Mar, 1919||Torpedoed 7 Jun, 1942|
|U.S.S. Omaha||light cruiser||14 Dec, 1920||Broken up Feb, 1946|
|U.S.S. Milwaukee||light cruiser||24 Mar, 1921||Sold 10 Dec, 1949|
|U.S.S. Cincinnati||light cruiser||23 May, 1921||Broken up 27 Feb, 1946|