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Royal Naval Patrol Service Memorial

Below are set out the names on the RNPS Memorial at Lowestoft in date of vessel name order. To view them in surname or date of loss order, please click on the appropriate link.

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Part Two

Part Three

The vessel records are split into three roughly equal sections to speed downloading.

The black text in the lists is taken from the original Commonwealth War Graves Commission Register, issued as a bound volume and retained by the RNPS Associaton office. Much of the blue text at the end of many records is as a result of further research and the source of the information is given in brackets.

Details have been checked and re-checked but there will doubtless still be some errors. If any are spotted please email.  If any error is of fact, please supply details of source of correction.

Acasta

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Destroyer (H09)

McKEE : Seaman JOHN ALEXANDER

LT/X. 18253A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M.S. Acasta. 9th June, 1940. Age 35. Son of John and Sarah Jane McKee; husband of Elsie Constance McKee, of Charles Town, Todmorden, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Lost in action against the German battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau when en route from Norway (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45)


Adonis

Panel 1, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COLBOURNE : Seaman RONALD MALCOLM

LT/IX. 205000. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Adonis. 15th April, 1943. Age 23. Son of Ma1colm Edward Colbourne, and of Amelia Hill Colbourne, of Stanmore, Middlesex.

Notes or comments: Norwegian fishing vessel Nordhav 1, hired June 1940 after fall of Norway, converted to Aux. Patrol Vessel and renamed Avalon (Sept. 1940). June 1941 renamed Adonis and fitted with RDF, based at Ipswich. Torpedoed by E-boat off Lowestoft 15/4/43 (Toghill)


Adonis

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CRIBBEN : Sto. WILLIAM JOHN

LT/KX. 104255. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Adonis. 15th April, 1943. Age 27. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cribben, of Deal, Kent; husband of Annie Patricia Cribben (nee Bailey), of Mill Hill, Deal.

Notes or comments: Norwegian fishing vessel Nordhav 1, hired June 1940 after fall of Norway, converted to Aux. Patrol Vessel and renamed Avalon (Sept. 1940). June 1941 renamed Adonis and fitted with RDF, based at Ipswich. Torpedoed by E-boat off Lowestoft 15/4/43 (Toghill)


Adonis

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GODDARD : Ord. Sea. CLARENCE JESSE

LT/JX. 385767. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Adonis. 15th April, 1943. Age 19. Son of Alfred and Mary Goddard, of Goring, Oxfordshire.

Notes or comments: Norwegian fishing vessel Nordhav 1, hired June 1940 after fall of Norway, converted to Aux. Patrol Vessel and renamed Avalon (Sept. 1940). June 1941 renamed Adonis and fitted with RDF, based at Ipswich. Torpedoed by E-boat off Lowestoft 15/4/43 (Toghill)


Adonis

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MASSEY : Ldg. Cook JAMES EDWARD

LT/MX. 83586. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Adonis. 15th April, 1943. Age 33. Son of George and Elizabeth Massey, of Hendon, Middlesex; husband of Florence Massey, of Hendon.

Notes or comments: Norwegian fishing vessel Nordhav 1, hired June 1940 after fall of Norway, converted to Aux. Patrol Vessel and renamed Avalon (Sept. 1940). June 1941 renamed Adonis and fitted with RDF, based at Ipswich. Torpedoed by E-boat off Lowestoft 15/4/43 (Toghill)


Adonis

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McGINTY : Sto. HUGH

LT/KX. 145507. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Adonis. 15th April, 1943. Age 20. Son of Andrew and Jessie McGinty, of Crookedholm, Ayrshire; husband of Susan Campbell McGinty.

Notes or comments: Norwegian fishing vessel Nordhav 1, hired June 1940 after fall of Norway, converted to Aux. Patrol Vessel and renamed Avalon (Sept. 1940). June 1941 renamed Adonis and fitted with RDF, based at Ipswich. Torpedoed by E-boat off Lowestoft 15/4/43 (Toghill)


Adonis

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SCOTT : Sto. CLIFFORD

LT/KX. 105468. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Adonis. 15th April, 1943.

Notes or comments: Norwegian fishing vessel Nordhav 1, hired June 1940 after fall of Norway, converted to Aux. Patrol Vessel and renamed Avalon (Sept. 1940). June 1941 renamed Adonis and fitted with RDF, based at Ipswich. Torpedoed by E-boat off Lowestoft 15/4/43 (Toghill)


Aelda

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Yacht

Yacht

HERD : Seaman SAMUEL

LT/JX. 280344. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Yacht Aelda. 6th November, 1943. Age 42. Son of David and Mary Herd, of Kirkcaldy, Fife.

Notes or comments: 47 ton yacht, hired October 1939, lost 6th November 1943 (no cause, no details of duties) (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Aelda

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Yacht

Yacht

NEIL : Cook GEORGE

LT/MX. 83741. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Yacht Aelda. 6th November, 1943. Age 39.

Notes or comments: 47 ton yacht, hired October 1939, lost 6th November 1943 (no cause, no details of duties) (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Aelda

Panel 11, Column 1.

H.M. Yacht

Yacht

OLDMAN : Second Hand WILLIAM JAMES DIXON

LT/JX. 400136. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Yacht Aelda. 6th November, 1943. Age 42. Son of William J ames Dixon Oldman and Maud Oldman; husband of Nanny aidman, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: 47 ton yacht, hired October 1939, lost 6th November 1943 (no cause, no details of duties) (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Aelda

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Yacht

Yacht

McDONALD : Seaman RODERICK

LT/JX. 222261. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Yacht Aelda. 7th November, 1943.

Notes or comments: 47 ton yacht, hired October 1939, lost 6th November 1943 (no cause, no details of duties) (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Agate

Panel 4, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BEARD : Sub-Lieut. PETER GASCOYN

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 25. Son of the Revd. Hugh Spencer Gascoyen Beard, M.A., and of Winifred Amy Beard. M.A. (Cantab.).,

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRILL : Sto. 2nd Cl. FREDERICK CHARLES

LT/KX. 129859. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURRETT : Seaman SIDNEY

LT/IX. 180448. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 20. Son of Azulah Burrett, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CARGILL : Seaman JAMEs

LT/JX. 192254. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 4, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CLINE : Lieut. LEONARD HARRY

RNR. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 38.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DONNELLY : Ord. Sea. JAMES

LT/JX. 253664. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 25. Son of James and Catherine Donnelly, of Gateshead, Co. Durham; husband of Isabella Donnelly, of Gateshead.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOOD : Seaman SIDNEY ERNEST

LT/JX. 186676. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 49. Son of Jesse and Lucy Hood; husband of Mabel Harriett Hood, of Langold, Nottinghamshire.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JOYCE : Ord. Seaman Cook MICHAEL

LT/JX. 213976. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 24. Son of Philip and Jane Joyce.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LEWIS : Engineman ALFRED HOWELL

LT/X. 392EU. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACBEATH : Ord. Sea. NORMAN

LT/JX. 265176. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Son of John and Christina MacBeath, of Strathcarron, Ross and Cromarty.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McBURNEY : Ord. Seaman-Steward REGINALD NEWTON

LT/LX. 27692. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 29. Son of John Thomas McBurney and Gertrude McBurney; husband of Ada Maud McBurney, of Ipswich, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PASCOE : Sto. VICTOR WALTER

LT/KX. 113976. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 31. Son of Waiter and Hannah Catherine Pascoe, of South Shields, Co. Durham; husband of Mary Elizabeth Pascoe, of South Shields.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SCRATON : Seaman CHARLES

LT/JX. 205503. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 29. Son of Charles and Sarah Margaret Scraton; husband of Emmeline Scraton, of Northenden, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SHIELDS : Ldg. Sto. TIMOTHY GREIG

LT/KX. 104292. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 36. Son of Matthew and Margaret Greig Shields, of Kirkcaldy, Fife; husband of Jean Simpson Shields, of Kirkcaldy.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STEPHENS : Seaman RICHARD

LT/6951c. RNR (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 40. Son of Richard Henry and Rhoda Stephens, of West Looe, Cornwall; husband of Gladys Stephens, of West Looe.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Agate

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILSON : Sto. JAMES WILFRED

LT/KX. 113939. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Agate. 6th August, 1941. Age 30. Son of John William and Frances Elizabeth Wilson; husband of Cafoline Wilson, of Hendon, Co. Durham.

Notes or comments: 627 ton trawler purchased November 1935 (ex Mavis Rose) and converted for anti-submarine duties. 6th August 1941 escorting convoy FS69, off course, grounded and wrecked on Haisborough (Happisburgh) Sands off Cromer. (Lenton/Colledge; Toghill; Foynes)


Alberic

Panel 4, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WHITEHEAD : Sub-Lieut. CHARLES SAMUEL

RNR. H.M. Trawler Alberic. 2nd May, 1941. Age 28.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2). Date shown as recorded by CWGC but all other records show loss of vessel 3/5/1941


Alberic

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ANNAND : Sto. JAMES CROMBIE

LT/X. 10082 S. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Husband of Jemima Annand, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CHESNUTT : Seaman RALPH

LT/JX. 222422. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alberie. 3rd May, 1941. Age 17. Son of George and Cecilia Maud Chesnutt, of Higher Brimley, Devon.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DUNCAN : Ldg. Sea. ALEXANDER

LT/X. 7990 C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Age 37. Son of Alexander and Isabella Duncan, of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire; husband of Isabella Duthie Duncan, of Peterhead.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

IZATT : Engineman LIVINGSTONE

LT/KX. 110059. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Son of Alexander and Mary S. Izatt; husband of Sadie Izatt, of Edinburgh.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JONES : Seaman Steward CYRIL MALCOLM

LT/JX. 197031. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alberie. 3rd May, 1941. Age 24. Son of Wiiliam George and Lilian F. Jones, of Basingstoke, Hampshire; husband of Daisy Jones, of Basingstoke.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MERRIMAN : Engineman CHARLES. SCOTT

LT/KX. 110056. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Age 26. Son of William and Amelia Merriman; husband of Alice Merriman, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MURRAY : Sto. 2nd Cl. THOMAS MOORE

LT/KX. 119591. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Age 21. Son of Richard and Jane M. Murray, of Hartlepool, Co. Durham.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NQRTHING : Second Hand EDWARD GRAHAM

LT/X. 18338A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Age 25. Son of Percy Edward and Muriel Northing; husband of Dorothy Northing, of Greengates, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

REAL : Seaman MICHAEL

LT/JX. 193922. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Age 29. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Real of Newquay, Cornwall.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TABERHAM : Ord. Sea. JOHN THOMAS

LT/JX. 261309. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Age 31. Son of John Thomas Taberham and Elizabeth Ann Taberham; husband of Emma Taberham, of Stargate, Ryton, Co. Durham.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alberic

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WESTON : Seaman CHARLES RICHARD

LT/JX. 207518. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alberic. 3rd May, 1941. Age 36. Husband of Margaret S. Weston, of Dagenham, Essex.

Notes or comments: 286 ton trawler Alberia requisitioned April 1940, renamed Alberic and coverted for minesweeping. Sunk in collision with destroyer HMS St. Albans off Scapa Flow (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Aldic

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M.S.

CHAPPELL : Ord. Sgmn. CHARLES MONTAGUE WILLIAM

LT/JX. 228688. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Aldic. 29th December, 1943. Age 27. Son of Arthur Charles Chappell, and of Amy Victoria Chappell, of Finsbury Park, Middlesex.


Almond

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRADBURY : Sto. 2nd Cl. JOHN

LT/KX. 107433. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 23. Son of Mary Ann Bradbury, of Miles Planing, Manchester.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURNETT : Sto. ALFRED

LT/KX. 109743. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURNETT : Sto. DAVID HEPBURN

LT/KX. 111489. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CLARK : Seaman JOHN THOMAS

LT/JX. 185294. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 32. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Clark, of Scarborough, Yorkshire; husband of Florence Mabel Clark, of Scarborough.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 4, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CUTTER : Skipper JAMES CHARLES

RNR. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 45. Son of William and Margaret Cutter; husband of Dora Cutter, of Penzance, Cornwall.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

EVES : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 198767. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 26. Son of Thomas Wilkinson Eves and Louisa Eves, of Scar­borough, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOLT : Second Hand WILLIAM GEORGE

LT/X. 20089A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 29. Son of George WilIiam and Jane Holt, of Oulton Broad, Lowestoft, Suffolk; husband of Ivy Elsie Holt, of Lowestoft.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOPE : Engineman ALBERT

LT/KX. 111443. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 40. Son of Albert and Ada Hope, of Hull; husband of Elizabeth Hope, of Hull.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 4, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JOHNSON : Skipper ALBERT EDWARD

RNR. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 26.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

KREBS : Seaman EMMANUEL

LT/JX. 177172. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Son of Henry and Sarah Krebs, of Harrogate, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McCANN : Ord. Sea. WILLIAM

LT/JX. 210652. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 26. Son of William J. and Euphemia McCann, of Irvine, Ayrshire.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PARKER : Ord. Sea. GEORGE ERNEST

LT/JX. 198891. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RAINSLEY : Seaman FRANK THOMAS

LT/JX. 193915. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 21. Son of Minnie Rainsley, of Eastbourne, Sussex.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ROSS : Seaman PETER ALEXANDER

LT/JX. 205401. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 32. Son of Mansfield and Annie Ross, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WALLACE : Ord. Sea. JAMES BRADY

LT/JX. 210659. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Almond

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WARLOW : Sto. THOMAS GEORGE JOHN

LT/KX. 109957. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Almond. 2nd February, 1941. Age 28. Son of Thomas and Alice Warlow; husband of Sarah Ellen Warlow, of Tier's Cross, Pembrokeshire.

Notes or comments: Tree class admiralty trawler, taken into service May 1940 as minesweeper, sunk by mine off Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Alouette

Panel 10, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BUSH : Ldg. Steward JOHN HENRY

LT/LX. 29313. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 22. Son of Iohn Samuel and Ethel Daisy Bush, of Clee­thorpes, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CHILD : Sto. WALTER

LT/KX. 104354. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 25. Son of George A. and Hannah Child, of Castleford, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 9, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CROOK : Engineman EDWARD ALBERT HENRY

LT/KX. 99823. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler AloueUe. 19th September, 1942. Age 23. Son of Edward and Dulcie May Crook, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DIXON : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 299794. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 21. Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon, of Culroy, Ayrshire.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FIRTH : Sto. WALTER

LT/KX. 104361. RN . Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 24. Son of John Thomas Firth and Lily Firth, of Wainstalls, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HALLOWS : Seaman JAMES STANLEY

LT/JX. 205745. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 22. Son of Mrs. E. Hallows, of Clitheroe, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 9, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McCAFFRAY : Seaman HUGH FRANCIS

LT/JX. 174522. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 30. Son of Hugh and Maisie Fairweather McCaffrflY; husband of Jemima McCaffray.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McDONALD : Steward JAMES

LT/LX. 27611. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 22. Son of Adam and Mary Jane McDonald, of Middlesbrough.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 9, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MORTIMER : Seaman WILLIAM WHITE BRUCE

LT/X. 21330A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Son of David Begg Mortimer and Emily Mortimer, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NICHOLSON : Lieut. JOHN ASTBURY

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 37. Son of Engr. Captain James Bell Nicholson, D.S.O., RN., and Ella Nicholson, of SaItash, Cornwall. B.Sc. (Bristol). Member of scientific staff of RRS. Discovery II.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Alouette

Panel 10, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMAS : Sto. FRANK GEORGE

LT/X. 1O238S. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Alouette. 19th September, 1942. Age 27. Son of George Henry and Agnes Thomas, of Liverpool; husband of Florence Mary Thomas, of Wavertree, Liverpool.

Notes or comments: ex Esquimaux, hired as minesweeping trawler August 1939, sunk by U-552 off Portugal, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Arctic Ranger

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NORTON : Ldg. Sea. ALBERT HENRY

LT/X. 19402A. Mentioned in Despatches. RN.R (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Arctic Ranger. 25th September, 1940. Age 26. Son of Albert Henry and Ellen Norton; husband of Elsie Norton, of Hessle, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and coverted for anti-submarine duties, from 1941 based at Gibraltar, 1946 sold back to original owners (Toghill: Trawlers2) No record of incident 25/9/40


Arctic Trapper

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

AINSWORTH : Engineman JAMES EDWARD

LT/KX. 114222. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BUTLER : Seaman SYDNEY ALBERT

LT/IX. 215738. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941.Age 26. Son of George and Hetty Butler; husband of Annie May Butler (nee White), of Boston, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COWIE : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 210634. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941. Age 25. Son of William and Elizabeth Cowie, of Buckie, Banff­shie.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CRAWLEY : Seaman ERNEST HANSLEY

LT/JX. 215721. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941. Age 30. Son of Thomas Robert and Annie Hansley Crawley, of Boston, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CUNNINGTON : Sto. 2nd Cl. ALFRED LAWRENCE

LT/KX. 111046. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941. Age 26. Son of Harry and Dorothy Cunnington; husband of Irene Mary Cunnington, of Buckhurst Hill, Essex.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DAVIES : Sto. 2nd Cl. ALFRED HOWARD

LT/KX. 108811. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941. Son of Mrs. E. M. Davies, of Maerdy, Glamorgan.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DAVIES : Sto. SIDNEY

LT/KX. 111474. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941. Age 30. Son of Gwilym and Blodwen Davies, of Llanelly, Carmarthenshire; husband of Muriel Davies, of Felinfoel, Carmarthenshire.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GRIFFITHS : Ord. Seaman Steward CLIFFORD

LT/JX. 199691. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941. Age 21. Son of Richard Griffiths, and of Phyllis Griffiths, of South Kirkby, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HILTON : Sto. STANLEY

LTiKX. 106125. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

INNES : Engineman ALEXANDER

LT/KX. 113607. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941. Age 27. Son of George and Jessie Ann Innes; husband of Isabella Innes, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arctic Trapper

Panel 4, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MEIRICK : Lieut. RALPH SWINDEN

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Arctic Trapper. 3rd February, 1941. Age 29. Son of William and Winifred Margaret Meirick; husband of Eileen Meirick, of Wimbledon, Surrey.

Notes or comments: hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, based at Grimsby, sunk by air attack off Ramsgate (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyleshire

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CLUCAS : Seaman JOHN ROBERT

LT/X. 10337B. R.N.R (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Argyleshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 26. Son of John James Clucas and Margaret Clucas, of Peel, Isle of Man; husband of Phyllis Margaret Clucas, of Peel.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McHAFFIE : Seaman JOHN FORSYTH

LT/JX. 166984. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 9th March, 1940. Age 24. Son of James and Ann McHaffie, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

EKE : Boy Seaman Steward GEORGE WILLIAM

LT/IX. 173415. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 17. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Eke, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 3, Column 1. 

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HALL : Ord. Sea. JEFFREY

LT/JX. 179321. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 20. Son of Arthur and Edith Eleanor Hall.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LAYCOCK : Seaman JOHN EDWARD

LT/JX. 186683. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 25. Son of John Edward and Martha Laycock, of Brighton, Sussex; husband of Rose Alice Laycock, of Brighton.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LEWIS : Seaman JOSEPH WILLIAM

LT/X. 20325A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 24. Son of Joseph and Grace Lewis, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Doris Lewis, of Grimsby.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 3, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LEWIS : Ord. Sea. SAMUEL SNELL

LT/JX. 170661. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 27. Son of Thomas Snell Lewis and Elizabeth Martha Lewis, of Tenby, Pembrokeshire; husband of Madge Vera Lewis, of Tenby.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LOBBAN : Sto. CHARLES

LT/X. 4043T. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 29. Son of William and Helen Jane Lobban, of Buckie, Banffshire.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MORGAN : Seaman WILLIAM CLIFFORD

D /JX. 167029.RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 23. Son of William and Ethel Morgan, of Padstow, Cornwall.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NIXON : Seaman JAMES FISHER

LT/JX. 185295. Mentioned in Despatches. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 33. Son of Andrew and Becca Nixon, of Maryport, Cumberland; husband of Rose Ann Nixon, of Maryport, Cumberland.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

OUTLAW : Engineman SAMUEL JAMES WEBSTER

LT/KX. 100326. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 41. Husband of Elanor Robina Outlaw of Lowestoft, Suffolk

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 3, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PILTON : Ord. Sea. JOHN JAMES

LT/JX. 186652. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 26. Son of James and Ethel Pilton, of Barrow-in-Fumess, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RUSHMORE : Seaman-Cook FREDERICK WILLIAM

LT/JX. 163984. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 19. Son of William Warford Rushmore and Jessie Jean Rushmore, of Pakefield, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SAVILLE : Second Hand CHARLES, DSM

LT/JX. 173264, RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 38. Son of Randolph and Agnes Saville, of Hull; husband of Norah Saville, of Hull.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SHEPHERD : Engineman HARRY THORP

LT/X. 6040ES. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SUMMERS : Engineman WILLIAM

LT/X. 3174U. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 31. Son of James and Isabella Summers, of Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire; husband of Margaret Ann Summers, of Fraserburgh.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMAS : Seaman WILLIAM HENRY

LT/JX. 186620. Mentioned in Despatches. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940. Age 23. Son of Frederick and Lilian Thomas, of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire; husband of Florence May Thomas, of Neyland, Pembrokeshire.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Argyllshire

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMPSON : Seaman WILLIAM JASPER

LT/JX. 167024. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Argyllshire. 1st June, 1940.

Notes or comments: CWGC recorded as Argyleshire and Argyllshire. Hired September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, joined 11th A/S Striking Group, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940 and evacuation of Dunkirk, sunk by torpedo from E-boat off Dunkirk (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Arley

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PETRIE : Engineman DAVID

LT/KX. 125111. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Arley. 3rd February, 1945. Age 39. Son of George and Jane Perrie; husband of Evelyn Chisholm Petrie, of Torry, Aberdeen.


Asama

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ALLEN : Ch. Engineman ALBERT GEORGE

LT/X. 292 EU. Mentioned in Despatches. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Asama. 21st March, 1941. Age 49. Son of George and Charlotte Honore Allen; husband of Sarah Elizabeth Allen of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: requisitioned September 1939, converted for minesweeping and sunk by aircraft off Plymouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Asama

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BROWN : Ldg. Sea. EDW ARD RI SPIN

LT/JX. 177646. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Asama. 21st March, 1941.

Notes or comments: requisitioned September 1939, converted for minesweeping and sunk by aircraft off Plymouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Asama

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURKE : Engineman THOMAS

LT/KX. 99810. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Asama. 21st March, 1941. Son of William and Mary Burke; husband of Jessie Burke, of Greenock, Renfrewshire.

Notes or comments: requisitioned September 1939, converted for minesweeping and sunk by aircraft off Plymouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Asama

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CRICKMORE : Seaman ALFRED STANLEY

LT/JX. 184427. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Asama. 21st March, 1941.

Notes or comments: requisitioned September 1939, converted for minesweeping and sunk by aircraft off Plymouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Asama

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOPPER : Engineman EDWARD JAMES

LT/KX. 99844. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Asama. 21st March, 1941.

Notes or comments: requisitioned September 1939, converted for minesweeping and sunk by aircraft off Plymouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou)

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

NASH : Seaman ALOYSIUS

LT/JX. 315713. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou). 14th October, 1942. Age 20. Native of Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: HMS Asbury was the designation of the accommodation barracks on the US Navy Station on Rhode Island, New Jersey, and appears to have been a satellite of HMS Saker/Saker II, which was the nominal posting for personnel standing by for ships under construction and others who were unattached. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Caribou was a 2200 ton passenger ferry carrying 118 service personnel and 78 civilian passenger, operating between of the coast of Newfoundland between Labrador and Quebec when it was attacked and sunk by torpedo from U-69 with heavy loss of life. (u-boat.net, u-bootwaffe.net and heritage.nf.ca)


Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou)

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

QUINLAN : Seaman EDMOND RODGER

LT/JX. 277321. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou). 14th October, 1942. Age 27. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Quinlan, of Holyrood, Newfoundland.,

Notes or comments: HMS Asbury was the designation of the accommodation barracks on the US Navy Station on Rhode Island, New Jersey, and appears to have been a satellite of HMS Saker/Saker II, which was the nominal posting for personnel standing by for ships under construction and others who were unattached. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Caribou was a 2200 ton passenger ferry carrying 118 service personnel and 78 civilian passenger, operating between of the coast of Newfoundland between Labrador and Quebec when it was attacked and sunk by torpedo from U-69 with heavy loss of life. (u-boat.net, u-bootwaffe.net and heritage.nf.ca)


Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou)

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H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

ROWE : Seaman HEDLEY JOHN

LT/JX. 204787. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou). 14th October, 1942. Native of Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: HMS Asbury was the designation of the accommodation barracks on the US Navy Station on Rhode Island, New Jersey, and appears to have been a satellite of HMS Saker/Saker II, which was the nominal posting for personnel standing by for ships under construction and others who were unattached. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Caribou was a 2200 ton passenger ferry carrying 118 service personnel and 78 civilian passenger, operating between of the coast of Newfoundland between Labrador and Quebec when it was attacked and sunk by torpedo from U-69 with heavy loss of life. (u-boat.net, u-bootwaffe.net and heritage.nf.ca)


Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou)

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

VEY : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 225705. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou). 14th October, 1942. Age 23. Son of James and Rachel Vey, of Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: HMS Asbury was the designation of the accommodation barracks on the US Navy Station on Rhode Island, New Jersey, and appears to have been a satellite of HMS Saker/Saker II, which was the nominal posting for personnel standing by for ships under construction and others who were unattached. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Caribou was a 2200 ton passenger ferry carrying 118 service personnel and 78 civilian passenger, operating between of the coast of Newfoundland between Labrador and Quebec when it was attacked and sunk by torpedo from U-69 with heavy loss of life. (u-boat.net, u-bootwaffe.net and heritage.nf.ca)


Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou)

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H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

WARREN : Seaman FRANCIS

LT/JX. 280018. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou). 14th October, 1942. Age 20. Son of William and Phoebe Warren, of Chapel Arm, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: HMS Asbury was the designation of the accommodation barracks on the US Navy Station on Rhode Island, New Jersey, and appears to have been a satellite of HMS Saker/Saker II, which was the nominal posting for personnel standing by for ships under construction and others who were unattached. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Caribou was a 2200 ton passenger ferry carrying 118 service personnel and 78 civilian passenger, operating between of the coast of Newfoundland between Labrador and Quebec when it was attacked and sunk by torpedo from U-69 with heavy loss of life. (u-boat.net, u-bootwaffe.net and heritage.nf.ca)


Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou)

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

WINDSOR : Seaman JOSEPH WILLIAM HENRY

LT/JX. 299665. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Asbury (lost in S.S. Caribou). 14th October, 1942. Age 19. Son of Stanley C. Windsor, and of Mary D. Windsor, of St. John's, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: HMS Asbury was the designation of the accommodation barracks on the US Navy Station on Rhode Island, New Jersey, and appears to have been a satellite of HMS Saker/Saker II, which was the nominal posting for personnel standing by for ships under construction and others who were unattached. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Caribou was a 2200 ton passenger ferry carrying 118 service personnel and 78 civilian passenger, operating between of the coast of Newfoundland between Labrador and Quebec when it was attacked and sunk by torpedo from U-69 with heavy loss of life. (u-boat.net, u-bootwaffe.net and heritage.nf.ca)


Aurora II

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

SIMPSON : Seaman ALFRED RONALD

LT/JX. 205504. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Aurora II. 30th October, 1943. Age 29. Son of Alfred Robinson Simpson and Louisa Simpson, of Darlington, Co. Durham.


Avalon

Addenda Panel.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

SEXTON : Seaman HAROLD JOSEPH

LT/JX 315755. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Avalon. 2nd August, 1945. Age 26. Son of Arthur and Isabel Sexton, of Halifax, Nova Scotia; Canada; husband of Marjorie Sexton. Native of Newfoundland

Notes or comments: Avalon was shore establishment, RCN base at St. John's, Newfoundland, 31/5/1941-31/7/1946. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Native of Newfoundland


Avanturine

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRUCE : Sto. JOHN

LT/KX. 529132. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CASTLEMAN : Steward LESLlE FRANCIS

LT/LX. 28229. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 20. Son of Charles Albert and Elizabeth Castleman; husband of Patricia Castleman.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CHESWORTH : Seaman ROY

LT/JX. 350791. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 20. Son of Charles Henry and Emily Chesworth, of Rotherham, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COULL : Ldg. Cook BERT

LT/MX. 87679. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 29. Son of George and Jane Ann Coull; husband of Edith Christian Coull, of Torry, Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CRAINE : Ord. Sea. JOHN HENRY

LT/JX. 400597. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DOCHERTY : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 228183. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FARRELL : Telegraphist SYDNEY EDWARD

LT/JX. 310326. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 20. Son of William Miller Farrell and Florence Emily Farrell, of Northampton.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GATT : Engineman JAMES MOIR

LT/KX. 125129. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GULLY : Seaman RONALD ASHLEY

LT/JX. 402802. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 19. Son of Albert Victor and Elizabeth Gully, of Bow, London.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JACKSON : Sto. FARROW HOWDEN

LT/KX. 103790. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JAPPY : Skipper ALEXANDER

RNR. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 40. Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Jappy; husband of Margaret Helen Jappy, of Buckie, Banffshire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JOHNSON : Ord. Sea. DONALD HENRY

LT/JX. 373364. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 19. Son of Rose Elizabeth Johnson, of Norwich.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LAMBERT : Seaman GEOFFREY MICHAEL

LT/JX. 372610. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 20. Son of Harry and Margaret Lambert, of Lazenby, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACDONALD : Seaman ANGUS

LT/JX. 252714. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 32. Son of Annie Macdonald, of Sanday Island, Inner Hebrides.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MEADS : Seaman THOMAS

LT/JX. 376667. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Son of Thomas Roger and Emma Jane Meads, of Arnold, Nottinghamshire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MURRAY : Second Hand ALEXANDER GEDDES

LT/JX. 177015. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 23. Son of William and Jessie Murray, of Buckie, Banffshire; husband of Margaret Murray.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

OWEN : Seaman JACK

LT/JX. 377537. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 20. Son of William and Louisa Owen, of Atherton, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PARKINSON : Ord. Sigmn. FREDERICK

LT/JX. 571589. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st, December, 1943. Age 17. Son of Thomas Lunn Parkins on and Lucy Eveline Parkinson, of Allerton Bywater, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PATERSON : Seaman ALEXANDER PURVES

LT/JX. 260848. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 34. Son of Alexander Purves Paterson and Jessie Paterson, of Edinburgh; husband of Jean Paterson, of Edinburgh.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PHILLPOTS : Sto. EDWARD STANLEY

LT/KX. 533586. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 18. Son of Edward and Dora Kate Phillpots, of Kidderminster, Worcestershire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STRINGER : Seaman ISIAH

LT/JX. 217864. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Son of Josiah and Mary Stringer, of Clarenville, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2). Native of Newfoundland


Avanturine

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TINSON : Sto. GEORGE WILLIAM RONALD

LT/KX. 142490. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 18. Son of G. W. and Eleanor Kate Tinson, of Kensington, London.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Avanturine

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WATSON : Engineman JAMES

LT/KX. 105082. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Avanturine. 1st December, 1943. Age 49. Son of John and Helen Watson; husband of Catherine Bella Watson, of Buckie, Banffshire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned February 1940 as auxilliary patrol vessel, 1942 coverted to minesweeper, torpedoed by E-boat whilst in tow off Beachy Head, English Channel (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Ayrshire

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Trawler

KERR : Asst. Steward ROBERT PATON

LT/LX. 28241. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Ayrshire. 15th August, 1942. Age 39. Son of David and Mary Kerr; husband of Sarah Wilson Kerr, of Wishaw, Lanarkshire. .

Notes or comments: Ayrshire was hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939 - October 1945 and was in use in the Iceland command on Arctic convoy duties at this time. Vessel returned to owners October 1945. (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge Warships WW2; Toghill: Trawlers2)


Bahram

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

BALLS : Seaman ALFRED ARTHUR GEORGE

LT/JX. 206451. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Bahram. 3rd April, 1941. Age 26. Son of George and Agnes Balls; husband of Ruth Balls, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: Hired as harbour defence patrol craft 1940, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Bahram

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

BAUMANN : Seaman HENRY ALBERT

LT/JX. 200701. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Bahram. 3rd April, 1941. Age 32. Son of Henry and Ethel Annie Baumann.

Notes or comments: Hired as harbour defence patrol craft 1940, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Bahram

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

CRAWFORD : Second Hand JOHN NEVET

LT/JX. 242443. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Bahram. 3rd April, 1941.

Notes or comments: Hired as harbour defence patrol craft 1940, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Bahram

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

DYKE : Engineman ROBERT ABRAHAM

LT/KX. 111447. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Bahram. 3rd April, 1941. Age 45. Son of Abraham and Ellen Dyke; husband of Malvena G. V. Dyke, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: Hired as harbour defence patrol craft 1940, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Bahram

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

MARWOOD : Ldg. Sea. LEONARD

LT/JX. 205447. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Bahram. 3rd April, 1941.

Notes or comments: Hired as harbour defence patrol craft 1940, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Bahram

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

MURT : Seaman WILLIAM HENRY THOMAS

LT/JX. 222415. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Bahram. 3rd April, 1941. Age 20. Son of Henry M. and Dorothy Murt, of St. Ives, Cornwall.

Notes or comments: Hired as harbour defence patrol craft 1940, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Bahram

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

WALKER : Engineman HENRY EDMUND

LT/KX. 111441. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Bahram. 3rd April, 1941.

Notes or comments: Hired as harbour defence patrol craft 1940, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Bahram

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

WHITTLETON : Seaman ROBERT WILLIAM PERCY

LT/JX. 206438. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Bahram. 3rd April, 1941. Age 30. Son of Robert and Margaret Whittleton, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire; husband of Ethel Grace Whittleton, of Cleethorpes.

Notes or comments: Hired as harbour defence patrol craft 1940, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Baldur

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

JENKINS : P.O. JOHN

LT/JX. 218537. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Baldur. 5th February, 1941. Age 37. Son of Thomas and Alice Jenkins, of Liverpool; husband of Marion May Jenkins, of Liverpool.

Notes or comments: HMS Baldur was Iceland shore base (Warlow: Shore Est. RN)


Bedfordshire

Panel 9,Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BARNES : Engineman FREDERICK WILLIAM

LT/KX. 110465. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy).11th May, 1942. Age 31. Son of John and Louisa Bames; husband of Susan Barnes, of Brynmawr, Brecknockshire.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy). Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Bedfordshire

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BENNETT : Ord. Sea. STANLEY

LT/JX. 280397. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 23. Son of Amedie and Mary Bennett; husband of Margaret Bennett, of Corner Brook, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy), Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2). Native of Newfoundland


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BICKFORD : Seaman LEONARD PRESTON

LT/JX. 206382. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 29. Son of Thomas G. and Sophie Bickford; husband of Edith Ellen Bickford, of Brixton, London.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BOWEN : Seaman ERNEST GEORGE

LT/JX. 190813. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 22. Son of Ernest William and Lilian May Bowen, of Landore, Glamorgan.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CARRVTHERS : Ord. Sea. EDWARD SYDNEY

LT/JX. 286018. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 20. Son of Edward and Elsie Carruthers, of Newtown, Carlisle, Cumber­land.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 2..

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CERRINO : Ldg. Sea. GEORGE WHILEY

LT/X. 19504A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 24. Son of Jack and Ruby Cerrino, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CLEMENCE : Ord. Sea. WILLIAM FREDERICK

LT/JX. 279627. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 21. Son of Frederick Wright Clemence and Alice Frances Clemence, of Sutton, Surrey.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CLUTTERBUCK : Sub-Lieut. HENRY

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 24. Son of WiIIiam and Mabel Gertrude Clutterbuck, of Birming­ham.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CRAGG : Ord. Sea. FBANCIS

LT/JX. 265126. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 18. Son of Peter and Elizabeth Cragg, of Liverpool.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DAVIS : Lieut. RUSSELL BRANSBY

RNR. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 29. Son of Clement Russell Dixon Davis and Edith Beatrice bixon Davis; husband of Elizabeth Heuliven Davis, of Caldy, Cheshire.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DICK : Seaman JOHN ROWAN

LT/JX. 224890. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 32. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Dick, of Girvan, Ayrshire; husband of Mary Ann Dick, of Girvan.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 10, Column 3. 

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DICKS : Ord. Sea. THOMAS MAXWELL

LT/JX. 201998. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 28. Son of Edward and Ida Dicks, of Harbour Buffett, Placentia Bay, New­foundland.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DUNCAN : Ch. Engineman ANDREW WATT

LT/X. 412 ET. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 42. Son of William and Isabella Duncan, of Rosehearty, Aberdeen­shire; husband of Isabella Duncan, of Rose­hearty.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 10, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FISHER : Sto. 2nd Cl. GEORGE HENRY

LT/KX. 131433. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy)..11th May, 1942.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FORD : Seaman HERBERT

LT/JX. 185319. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 34. Son of Samuel and Alice Ford, of Sheerness-on-Sea, Kent.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HALL : Sub-Lieut. BRUCE

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Son of George Henry Hall, M.P., and of Margaret Hall, of Penrhiwceiber, Glamorgan.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

KELLY : Seaman JOSEPH

LT/JX. 253777. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LEE : Ldg. Sea. WILLIAM

LT/X. 18212A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to the U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 30. Son of John and Margaret Lee, of Garrabost, Isle of Lewis.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 8, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MALTBY : Ldg. Sea. FREDERICK FRANCIS

LT/X. 19197A. RN.R (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 31. Son of John and Beatrice Maltby; husband of Kate Maltby, of Swansea.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McCRINDLE : Seaman ALEXANDER ALLAN

LT/JX. 198997. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McKENZIE : Sto. ANGUS

LT/KX. 114362. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MORTON : Ord. Sea. ERNEST NEIL

LT/JX. 303090. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 20. Son of Albert Morton, and of Ida May Morton, of Truro, Cornwall.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MYERS : Sto. WILLIAM JOHN

LT/KX. 132399. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 34. Son of John Daniel and Isobel Myers; husband of Jessie R E. Myers, of Staines, Middlesex.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SMITTEN : Ord. Sea. SIDNEY WILLIAM

LT/JX. 281103. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 20. Son of Frederick Smitten, and of Evelyn A. Smitten, of Hackney, London.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STONE : Seaman PERCY ERNEST

LT/JX. 185337. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 25. Son of Edward and Amelia Stone, of Hallsands, Devon.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Bedfordshire

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SWEENEY : Ord. Sea. JOHN

LT/JX. 299567. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942 Native of Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy), Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2). Native of Newfoundland


Bedfordshire

Panel 10, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILLIAMS : Sto. LESLIE JOSEPH

LT/KX. 130958. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bedfordshire (on loan to U.S. Navy). 11th May, 1942. Age 28. Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams; husband of Catherine Annie Williams, of Dormanstown, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: (on loan to U.S. Navy) Purchased as anti-submarine trawler August, 1939, sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Beech

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRODIE : Second Hand JOHN

LT/X. 179 SA. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Beech. 22nd June, 1941. Age 26. Son of Andrew and Mary Jane Brodie, of Torry, Aberdeen; husband of Marion Joan Brodie.

Notes or comments: ex Lord Dawson, minesweeping trawler purchased February 1939, 1940 joined the 18th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by aircraft attack north of Scotland (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers1).


Beech

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACDONALD : Ord. Sea. WILLIAM GRAHAM LOUDON

LT/JX. 207672. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Beech. 22nd June, 1941.

Notes or comments: ex Lord Dawson, minesweeping trawler purchased February 1939, 1940 joined the 18th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by aircraft attack north of Scotland (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers1).


Beech

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MAIN : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 206411. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Beech. 22nd June, 1941.

Notes or comments: ex Lord Dawson, minesweeping trawler purchased February 1939, 1940 joined the 18th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by aircraft attack north of Scotland (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers1).


Beech

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

O'NEIL : Sto. ARTHUR PATRICK

LT/KX. 107814. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Beech. 22nd June, 1941. Age 24. Son of Patrick and Sarah O'Neil, of Glasgow; husband of Margaret O'Neil, of Glasgow.

Notes or comments: ex Lord Dawson, minesweeping trawler purchased February 1939, 1940 joined the 18th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by aircraft attack north of Scotland (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers1).


Beech

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SIMPSON : Sto.'WILLIAM LEE FE

LT/KX. 104106. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Beech. 22nd June, 1941. Age 24. Son of WaIter and Lily Simpson, of Immingham, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: ex Lord Dawson, minesweeping trawler purchased February 1939, 1940 joined the 18th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by aircraft attack north of Scotland (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Toghill: Trawlers1).


Beela

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M.S.

McKAY : Stoker JOHN WILLIAM

LT/KX. 108975. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Beela. 12th November, 1942. Age 40. Son of John William McKay, and of Beatrice McKay, of Edinburgh.


Benvolio

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JOHNSON : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/X. 19144 A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Benvolio. 23rd February, 1940. Age 26. Son of Albert Edward and Margaret Johnson; husband of Annie Evelyn Johnson, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Hired for minesweeping duties September, 1939, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Benvolio

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

REID : Second Hand THOMAS

LT/JX. 173108. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Benvolio. 23rd February, 1940. Age 25. Son of George and Catherine Reid, of Avoch, Ross and Cromarty.

Notes or comments: Hired for minesweeping duties September, 1939, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Benvolio

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RIPLEY : Seaman RICHARD JAMES

LT/X. 19603A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Benvolio. 23rd February, 1940. Age 23. Son of Matthew and Jane Elizabeth Ripley, of Bridlington, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Hired for minesweeping duties September, 1939, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Benvolio

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ROBERTSON : Seaman JOHN

LT/X. 18332A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Benvolio. 23rd February, 1940. Age 27. Son of Joseph and Ann Robertson; husband of Margaret Jane Innes Robertson, of Buckie, Banffshire.

Notes or comments: Hired for minesweeping duties September, 1939, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Benvolio

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMAS : Seaman GEORGE HENRY

LT/6939C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Benvolio. 23rd February, 1940. Age 35. Son of Jack and Elizabeth Thomas, of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire; husband of Annie Elizabeth Thomas, of Milford Haven.

Notes or comments: Hired for minesweeping duties September, 1939, sunk by mine off the Humber (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2).


Beverley

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M.S.

PATON : Seaman ROBERT

LT/X. 1891OA. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M.S. Beverley. 11th April, 1943. Age 25. Son of Samuel and Susan Paton, of Gourdon, Kincardineshire.


Birdlip

Panel 4, Column 2. 

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WEIR : Cook PETER

LT/MX. 93648. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip.13th June, 1940. Age 21. Son of John and Agnes Weir, of New Stevenston, Lanarkshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BAKER : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 532392. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 34.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BALL : Lieut. FRANK LEWIS

RNR. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BALLS : Sto. ALBERT

LT/KX. 156481. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 20. Son of Herbert and Ethe! Balls, of Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BARBER : Ord. Sea. ALAN FREDERICK

LT/JX. 532273. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John William Barber, of Conisbrough, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BENNETT : Ord. Tel. WILLIAM RONALD

LT/JX. 405153. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of William Robert and Marian Bennett, of Appeldore, Devon.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BLAKEMAN : Seaman DENNIS FREDERICK

LT/JX. 515287. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of Harry Robert and Edith Anne Blakeman, of Watford, Hertfordshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BREEN : Sto. JOHN

LT/KX. 145592. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 42. Son of John and Marion Ward Breen, of Glasgow; husband of Jane Breen, of Glasgow.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CHAPPLE : Petty Officer DAVID

LT/JX. 177038. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 24. Son of William Henry and Julia Fanny Chapp1e, of Beer, Devon.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CHARLES : Sto. JOHN THOMAS

LT/KX. 151595. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 21. Son of John William and Elsie Charles, of Birtley, Co. Durham.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DEAL : Seaman FREDERICK THOMAS

LT/JX. 222267. RN. Patrol Service.. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 22. Son of James and Beatrice Deal; husband of Sybil Bertha Deal, of Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FISHER : Cook HARRY RANDAL

LT/MX. 83327. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 24. Son of Harry J. and Rhoda Fisher, of Lowestoft, Suffolk; husband of Kathleen Mary Fisher, of Pakefield, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FLETCHER : Ord. Sea. BRYANT THOMAS

LT/JX. 533783. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Son of Thomas and Hilda May Fletcher, of Gloucester.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GREEN : Ord. Tel. HAROLD REGINALD DENNIS

LT/JX. 405478. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 20. Son of Alfred George and Alice Green, of Frampton Cotterell, Gloucestershire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GREENHAM : Sto. ALBERT WILLIAM

LT/KX. 156663. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 20. Son of William Frederick and Alberta Olive Greenham, of New Bamet, Hertfordshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARDY : Seaman HERBERT

LT/JX. 436558. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of Charles Ernest and Elizabeth Hardy, of South Kirkby, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JONES : Seaman ARTHUR RICHARD

LT/JX. 329425. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 20. Son of Richard and Mabel Alexander Jones, of Fulham, London.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MANN : Engineman DAVID

LT/KX. 125167. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MARSHALL : Ord. Sea. ROBERT

LT/JX. 534122. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of John and Mary Ann Marshall, of Norton-in-the­Moors, Staffordshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MAYOR : Ord. Sigmn. WILLIAM GORDON

LT/JX. 574439. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 18. Son of Fred and Ellen Mayor, of Eccleston, ChorIey, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MONTEITH : Ord. Sigmn. THOMAS SMITH

LT/JX. 550370. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of Catherine Dawson Monteith, of Edinburgh.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ROBERTSON : Engineman GEORGE

LT/KX. 106751. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 47. Son of Alexander and Susan Robertson, of Dundee; husband of Isabella Robertson, of Dundee.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SCOTT : Ord. Sea. ALBERT lAMES

LT/JX. 532292. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SEALEY : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 427066. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of George and Emma Sealey, of Liverpool.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SHERIDAN : P. O. ALBERT JAMES

LT/JX. 225149. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 36. Son of Michael and Alice May Sheridan, of Hull; husband of Norah Sheridan, of Hull.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STAINES : Sto. EDWARD LAWRENCE

LT/KX. 114128. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 31. Son of WiIliam J. and Hannah M. Staines, of Hull.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TROWBRIDGE : Telegraphist HENRY THOMAS AUGUSTUS

LT/JX. 229180. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 28. Son of Henry Thomas Augustus and Anne Trowbridge, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Elsie Trowbridge, of Grimsby.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WATKINS : Ord. Sea. VICTOR ROY

LT/JX. 532845. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of Alfred Victor and Mabel Kathleen Watkins, of Raynes Park, Surrey.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WEBB : Ord. Tel. GEOFFREY

LT/JX. 453047. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 19. Son of Harold and Bertha May Webb, of Sale, Cheshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILLIS : Ldg. Sea. JOSIAH JULIAN

LT/JX. 200930. Mentioned in Despatches. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Age 41. Son of Charles Henry and Mary Willis, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Elsie May Willis, of Grimsby.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILSON : Sigmn. DENNIS WILLlAM

LT/JX. 190367. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Son of William Walter and Rose Violet Madeline Wilson, of Edmonton, Middlesex.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WINDSOR : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 187287, D.S.M. . RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 13th June, 1944. Son of Frank Windsor, and of Dorothy Windsor, of Douglas, Isle of Man.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Birdlip

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HUMPHREY : Lieut. IORWERTH BRIAN EVAN

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Birdlip. 14th June, 1944.

Notes or comments: Hills class, ordered 1941, completed as Anti-Submarine vessel and commissioned May 1942, one of first trawlers fitted with radar, employed on convoy duties, transferred to West African Escort Force at Freetown and to 2nd A/S Grp based there, in company with Inkpen and Turcoman was escorting French vessel 'St. Bastile' off Lagos when torpedoed and sunk by U-547, 15 survivors. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Black Bear

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M.S.

KELLY : Seaman Cook PATRICK

LT/JX. 205444. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Black Bear. 28th November, 1940. Age 22.


Blackburn Rovers

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURGON : Seaman DAVID

LT/X. 7388C RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Blackburn Rovers. 2nd June, 1940. Age 32. Husband of Elizabeth Burgon, of Tweedmouth, Northumberland.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned August 1939 for mine-sweeping duties, commissioned in October and based at Dover. June 1940, in company with Westella and Saon, detected submarine and while making approach for depth charge attack struck mine. Westella going to assistance also struck mine and sank. (Toghill: Trawlers1). Anomaly - Location stated variously as North Sea for BR and Dunkirk for W (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; HMSO: BVLS 1939-45)


Blackburn Rovers

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CROCKETT : Seaman BENJAMIN

LT/X. 19660 A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Blackburn Rovers. 2nd June, 1940. Age 20. Son of Edward and Margrate Crockett, of Nairn.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned August 1939 for mine-sweeping duties, commissioned in October and based at Dover. June 1940, in company with Westella and Saon, detected submarine and while making approach for depth charge attack struck mine. Westella going to assistance also struck mine and sank. (Toghill: Trawlers1). Anomaly - Location stated variously as North Sea for BR and Dunkirk for W (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; HMSO: BVLS 1939-45)


Blackburn Rovers

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACDONALD : Ldg. Sea. WILLIAM ANGUS

D/X.7749C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Blackburn Rovers. 2nd June, 1940. Son of George and Margaret Macdonald, of Lochs, Isle of Lewis.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned August 1939 for mine-sweeping duties, commissioned in October and based at Dover. June 1940, in company with Westella and Saon, detected submarine and while making approach for depth charge attack struck mine. Westella going to assistance also struck mine and sank. (Toghill: Trawlers1). Anomaly - Location stated variously as North Sea for BR and Dunkirk for W (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; HMSO: BVLS 1939-45)


Blackburn Rovers

Panel 4, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NICHOLSON : S1o. JAMES

LT/KX. 102468. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Blackburn Rovers. 2nd June, 1940.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned August 1939 for mine-sweeping duties, commissioned in October and based at Dover. June 1940, in company with Westella and Saon, detected submarine and while making approach for depth charge attack struck mine. Westella going to assistance also struck mine and sank. (Toghill: Trawlers1). Anomaly - Location stated variously as North Sea for BR and Dunkirk for W (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; HMSO: BVLS 1939-45)


Blackburn Rovers

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STUBBS : Engineman SAMUEL LESLIE

LT/X. 179EV. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Blackburn Rovers. 2nd June, 1940. Son of Samuel Shinglar Stubbs and Janey Elizabeth Stubbs; husband of H. Stubbs.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned August 1939 for mine-sweeping duties, commissioned in October and based at Dover. June 1940, in company with Westella and Saon, detected submarine and while making approach for depth charge attack struck mine. Westella going to assistance also struck mine and sank. (Toghill: Trawlers1). Anomaly - Location stated variously as North Sea for BR and Dunkirk for W (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; HMSO: BVLS 1939-45)


Blackfly

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DUNGEY : Seaman HARRY ALBERT SIDNEY

LT/JX. 226425. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Blackfly. 14th December, 1941. Age 24. Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Dungey, of Sutton Surrey.


Boadicea

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M.S.

FARRER : Seaman ALBERT

LT/JX. 255936. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Boadicea. 13th June, 1944.


Bonito

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

MARSHALL : Sto. JAMES

LT/KX. 160223. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Bonito. 6th October, 1944. Age 20. Son of Annie Marshall, of South Shields, Co. Durham.


Boy Andrew

Panel 4, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

BALL : Skipper GEORGE FREDERICK

RNR. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

GOODWIN : Seaman FREDERICK JAMES

LT!JX. 307222. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 28. Son of Edward George and Elizabeth Goodwin, of Edinburgh; husband of Eva Elizabeth Goodwin, of Edinburgh. His brother, . Robert Bowman Goodwin, perished with him.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

GOODWIN : Seaman ROBERT BOWMAN

LT/JX. 307223. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 22. Son of Edward Georgeand Elizabeth Goodwin, of Edinburgh. His brother, Frederick James Goodwin, perished with him.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

GRAY : Engineman ALFRED SAMUEL RIX

LT/X. 5972ES. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 31. Son of Robert and Mary Gray, of Aberdeen; husband of Elizabeth Gray, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

HILDER : Second Hand WILLlAM ALBERJ'

LT/JX. 185433. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 53. Husband of Ethel Maud Hilder, of Hull.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

HUGHES : Seaman EVERETT JOHN

LT/JX. 196062. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

KENNY : Sto. JAMES WILLIAM

LT/KX. 12111. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 25. Son of Alfred Patrick and EIlen Kenny, of Widnes, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

McINTOSH : Sto. ALEXANDER

LT/KX. 136689. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Son of Henry and Elizabeth Ann McIntosh, of Bridge-of-Dee, Aberdeen­shire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

PICKERING : Ldg. Cook GEOFFREY

LT/MX. 87337. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 21. Son of Tom Pickering, and of Elizabeth Ann Pickering, of Bury, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

ROBERTSON : Ord. Sea. MAURICE WILLlAM HENRY

LT/JX. 272498. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 31. Son of George and Gertrude Robert­ son; husband of Beatrice Annie Robertson, of , Radstock, Somerset,

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

WATSON : Seaman THOMAS BUTTERS

LT/IX. 185351. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 22. Son of Thomas and Jessie Watson; husband of Johnina R Watson, of Cellardyke, Fife.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Boy Andrew

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

WINN : Ldg. Sea. GORDON

LT/JX. 184486. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Boy Andrew. 9th November, 1941. Age 21. Son of Violet Mary Winn.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as auxilliary patrol vessel 1940, sunk in collision in Firth of Forth (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BLACK : Seaman CHARLES LESLIE

LT/SR 50900. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 24. Son of Gavin Thomas Black and Robina Black, of Virkie, Lerwick, Zetland.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BLADES : Seaman ARTHUR ROBERT

LT/JX. 179314. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Son of William J. H. and Ada Blades, of Newark, Nottinghamshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRIDGE : Seaman HAROLD

LT/JX. 241189. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Son of Arthur and Cathrine Bridge; husband of Edith Bridge, of Seaforth, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CURPHEY : Seaman KENNETH

LT/JX. 315098. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 19. Son of Robert Curphey, and of Ivy Curphey, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DAWSON : Ldg. Sea. GEORGE JAMES

LT/JX. 183781. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 34. Son of George and Margaret Dawson; husband of Mary Dawson, of Barrow-in-Fumess, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DRISCOLL : Ch. Engineman JAMES

LT/KX. 103397. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 23. Son of Daniel and Catherine Driscoll, of Kennington, London.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FIRTH : Ldg. Sea. MAURICE VERDUN

LT/JX. 186712. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 25. Son of Joseph and Rosa Miriam Firth, of Hull; husband of Frances Morley Firth.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FRADGLEY : Lieut. JOHN REGlNALD

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 37. Son of E. W. Fradgley, and of Edith M. Fradgley, of Yateley, Hampshire; husband of Evelyn A. Mary Fradgley (nee Sellar), of Yateley.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GARNER : Seaman 'JACK LESLIE

LT/JX. 196984. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 23. Son of Herbert William Garner and of Elsie Clothida Garner, of Sudbury, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HANNAN : Sto. CHARLES

LT/KX. 132117. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Son of Robert and Caroline Hannan; husband of Mary Hannan, of New Cross, London.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARVEY : Seaman ARTHUR ERNEST CHARLES

LT/JX. 179773. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 27. Son of Charles and Maude Harvey, of Lowes­toft, Suffolk; husband of Gertrude May Lydia Harvey, of Lowestoft.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARVEY : Sto. WILFRED CECIL

LT/KX. 126412. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Son of George and Louise Harvey; husband of Florrie May Harvey, of Burton-on-Trent.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HAYLES : Ldg. Cook GEORGE ALBERT

LT/MX. 87185. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 25. Son of Edward and Lizzie Hayles, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HUGHES : Seaman WILLIAM JAMES

LT/JX. 206369. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 32. Son of John William and Catherine Mary Hughes, of Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire; husband of Jane Olwen Hughes, of Aberystwyth.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

INNES : Second Hand JAMES SMITH

LT/X. 18345A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 28. Son of George and Jane Anne Innes, of Buckie Banffshire; husband of Helen Innes, of Buckie.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LOCKERBIE : Seaman JAMES ALFRED

LT/JX. 300700. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 19. Son of James and Eveline Lockerbie, of Leeds, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LYNCH : Engineman SIDNEY

LT/SR 55726. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACDONALD : Seaman DONALD

LT/JX. 280502. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McHUGH : Seaman AUGUSTINE LAWRENCE

LT/JX. 229210. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NEVE : Sub-Lieut. FRANK PERCIVAL WILLIAM

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 23. Son of Percival Edward and Amy Clara Neve; of Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

OXBORODGH : Seaman GEORGE WILLIAM

LT/JX. 183828. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 28. Son of William Frederick and Mary Oxborough, of Wissett, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PORTER : Seaman THOMAS

LT/JX. 281198. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RICHARSDON : Ldg. Sea. WILLIAM ELLIDGE

LT/JX. 176588. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 23. Son of Leonard Barclay Richardson and Jane Richardson; husband of Cpl. Dorothy Richardson, W.A.A.F.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SAUNDERS : Seaman ARTHUR GEORGE

LT/JX. 281269. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 20. Son of James Robert and Alice Rose Saunders, of Kessingland, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SCRIVENER : Seaman MAX VICTOR

LT/JX. 330802. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 19. Son of WaIter Arthur and Gertrude Emily Scrivener, of Houghton, Huntingdonshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SENNETT : Sto. JAMES EDWARD

LT/X. 1O279S. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 33. Husband of Edith Sennett, of Blyth, Northumberland.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STANLEY : Asst. Steward HAROLD

LT/LX. 31886. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 20. Son of Harold Sidney and Clarice Stanley, of Radcliffe, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SULLOCK : Ldg. Steward ERIC JOHN

LT/LX. 29290. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 23. Son of John Thomas Sullock and Doris Maud Sullock, of Launceston, Cornwall.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMPSON : Engineman GEORGE WILLIAM

LT/KX. 116182. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 32. Son of Horace George and Amelia Thompson; husband of Phyllis Thompson, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 13, Column 1. .

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TOBIN : Sto. HENRY JAMES

LT/KX. 120106. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943. Age 23. Son of Henry James Tobin and Mary Elizabeth Tobin; husband of Vera Mabel Tobin, of Kenton, Middlesex.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WESTCOTT : Seaman EDWIN ARTHUR

LT/JX. 232950. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILTSHIRE : Cook WILLIAM

LT/MX. 100046. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bredon

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WRIGHT : Sto. JOHN JAMES

LT/KX. 148921. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Bredon. 8th February, 1943.

Notes or comments: Hills class, launched November 1941 and completed as escort, joined 2nd A/S Group based at Freetown, torpedoed and sunk while escorting Gibraltar convoy by U-521 off Canary Isles, North Atlantic (Toghill: Trawlers1; u-boat.net)


Bunting

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M. Yacht

Yacht

WISE : P.O. Steward GEORGE WILFRED

LT/JX. 242080. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Yacht Bunting. 21st January, 1941.


Campeador V

Panel 3, Column 1.

H.M. Yacht

Yacht

COX : Ord. Sea. ALAN

LT/JX. 185885. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Yacht Campeador V. 22nd June, 1940. Age 18. Son of William Robert and Mary Isabel Cox, of Whitby, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by mine off Portsmouth, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Campeador V

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Yacht

Yacht

KELLY : Second Hand ANDREW

LT/JX. 187268. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Yacht Campeador V. 22nd June, 1940.

Notes or comments: Hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by mine off Portsmouth, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Canada

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

BAKER : Skipper ARTHUR

RNR. H.M.S. Canada. 24th September, 1942.

Notes or comments: HMS Canada was RN. shore establishment at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, commissioned 1/8/1942. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Skipper Arthur Baker, Skipper Cyril Wilfred Dobson, Skipper Lieut. James Noble Hall, Skipper Lieut. Frederick Leonard Stather, Skipper Peter Thomson, Skipper Henry James Wink DSM, all shown as in HMS Canada, all lost on the same date. (CWGC)


Canada

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

DOBSON : Skipper CYRIL WILFRED

RNR. H.M.S. Canada. 24th September, 1942.

Notes or comments: HMS Canada was RN. shore establishment at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, commissioned 1/8/1942. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Skipper Arthur Baker, Skipper Cyril Wilfred Dobson, Skipper Lieut. James Noble Hall, Skipper Lieut. Frederick Leonard Stather, Skipper Peter Thomson, Skipper Henry James Wink DSM, all shown as in HMS Canada, all lost on the same date. (CWGC)


Canada

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

HALL : Skipper Lieut. JAMES NOBLE

RNR. H.M.S. Canada. 24th September, 1942. Age 30. Son of William A. and Anne Hall, of Edinburgh; husband of Marjorie T. A. Hall, of Edinburgh.

Notes or comments: HMS Canada was RN. shore establishment at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, commissioned 1/8/1942. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Skipper Arthur Baker, Skipper Cyril Wilfred Dobson, Skipper Lieut. James Noble Hall, Skipper Lieut. Frederick Leonard Stather, Skipper Peter Thomson, Skipper Henry James Wink DSM, all shown as in HMS Canada, all lost on the same date. (CWGC)


Canada

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

STATHER : Skipper Lieut. FREDERICK LEONARD

RNR. H.M.S. Canada. 24th September, 1942.

Notes or comments: HMS Canada was RN. shore establishment at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, commissioned 1/8/1942. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Skipper Arthur Baker, Skipper Cyril Wilfred Dobson, Skipper Lieut. James Noble Hall, Skipper Lieut. Frederick Leonard Stather, Skipper Peter Thomson, Skipper Henry James Wink DSM, all shown as in HMS Canada, all lost on the same date. (CWGC)


Canada

Panel 8, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

THOMSON : Skipper PETER

RNR. H.M.S. Canada. 24th September, 1942. Age 35. Son of Peter and Maggie Thomson, of Buckie, Banffshire; husband of Margaretta Thomson, of Buckie.

Notes or comments: HMS Canada was RN. shore establishment at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, commissioned 1/8/1942. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Skipper Arthur Baker, Skipper Cyril Wilfred Dobson, Skipper Lieut. James Noble Hall, Skipper Lieut. Frederick Leonard Stather, Skipper Peter Thomson, Skipper Henry James Wink DSM, all shown as in HMS Canada, all lost on the same date. (CWGC)


Canada

Panel 8, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

WINK : Skipper HENRY JAMES, DSM

RNR. H.M.S. Canada. 24th September, 1942. Age 26. Son of James Henry Wink, and of Helen Emma Wink, of Scartho, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: HMS Canada was RN. shore establishment at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, commissioned 1/8/1942. (Warlow: Shore Est. RN). Skipper Arthur Baker, Skipper Cyril Wilfred Dobson, Skipper Lieut. James Noble Hall, Skipper Lieut. Frederick Leonard Stather, Skipper Peter Thomson, Skipper Henry James Wink DSM, all shown as in HMS Canada, all lost on the same date. (CWGC)


Canna

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GODBOLD : Seaman JOSEPH WALTER

LT/JX. 163904. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Canna. 5th December, 1942. Age 22. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas George Godbold, of Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: Isles class, ordered April 1940, launched November 1940, 1942 lost in accidental explosion at Lagos, Nigeria (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Canna

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LOWES : Ord. Sea. LESLlE

LT/JX 279086. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Canna. 5th December, 1942. Age 19. Son of Richard Huntley Lowes and Mary Jane Lowes, of Heaton, Northumberland.

Notes or comments: Isles class, ordered April 1940, launched November 1940, 1942 lost in accidental explosion at Lagos, Nigeria (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Canna

Panel 9, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PEARSON : Ord. Sea. WILLIAM

LT/JX. 303632. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Canna. 5th December, 1942. Age 20. Son of Charles and Christina Pearson, of Chirton, Tynemouth, Northumberland.

Notes or comments: Isles class, ordered April 1940, launched November 1940, 1942 lost in accidental explosion at Lagos, Nigeria (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Canna

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RITCHIE : Sto. PETER

LT/KX. 130973. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Canna. 5th December, 1942.

Notes or comments: Isles class, ordered April 1940, launched November 1940, 1942 lost in accidental explosion at Lagos, Nigeria (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Canna

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WALKER : Seaman EDWARD CROSS

LT/IX. 223291. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Canna. 5th December, 1942. Age 25. Son of Edward Cross Walker, and of Ettie Mabel Walker, of Bramcote, Nottinghamshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, ordered April 1940, launched November 1940, 1942 lost in accidental explosion at Lagos, Nigeria (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Canna

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILLIAMS : Asst. Steward TUDOR ALEC

LT/LX. 28478. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Canna. 5th December, 1942. Age 19. Son of John Williams, and of Tryphena Williams, of Greenfield, Flintshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, ordered April 1940, launched November 1940, 1942 lost in accidental explosion at Lagos, Nigeria (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BALDOCK : Engineman RICHARD' SAMUEL

LT/KX. 105034. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 43. Son of Harry and Emily Baldock, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Jessie May Baldock, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BAXTER : Seaman WILFRED HENRY

LT/JX. 317327. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 24. Son of Wilfred and Amy Baxter, of Bramley, Leeds, Yorkshire; husband of Doris Baxter of Bramley, Leeds.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURGHAM : Sto. ALFRED EDWARD SEPTIMUS

LT/KX. 532059. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 19. Son of Alfred and Frances Anne Burgham, of Abertillery, Monmouthshire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COOK : Ldg. Cook FREDERICK

LT/MX. 109570. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 20. Son of Frederick WaIter and Maggie Cook, of Roosegate, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FOX : Seaman FREDERICK CHRISTOPHER

LT/JX. 263492. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 31. Son of James Frederick and Sarah Fox, of Hull; husband of Nellie Fox, of Hull.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOBBS : Engineman VICTOR FREDERICK WILLIAM

LT/KX. 116574. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 29. Son of Fredrick and Edith Alice Hobbs; husband of Winifred Hobbs, of Salford, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOOKEM : Ldg. Sea. JOHN WILLIAM

LT/JX. 195944. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Son of WilIiam and Louisa Hookem.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JONES : Sigmn. GEORGE WILLIAM

LT/JX. 310936. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 21. Son of William and Mary Jane Jones, of Pullox­hill, Bedfordshire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LAMBERT : Sto. DANIEL

LT/KX. 131794. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 29. Son of Charles Lambert, and of Florence. Ada Lambert, of Bedminster, Somerset.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LING : Seaman RICHARD SAMUEL

LT/JX. 177029. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 30. Son of Samuel and Jessie Ling; husband of Dorothy Irene Ling, of Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McKINSLEY : Sto. ARTHUR GEORGE ROBERTS

LT/KX. 149177. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 21. Son of Patrick and Anne McKinsley, of Portobello, Edinburgh; husband of Margaret McKinsley, of Gilmerton, Edinburgh.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MOORCROFT : Steward ARTHUR RONALD

LT/LX. 28114. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 21. Son of Albert Edward and Sarah Moor­croft, of Ormskirk, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NEILL : Lieut. JAMES WRIGHT

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 32. Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Wright Neill, of Bellshill, Lanarkshire; husband of Elizabeth Hamilton Baxter Neill, of Bellshill. L.R.A.M.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Co!umn 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

QUINCEY : Seaman THOMAS ARTHUR

LT/JX. 255843. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 32. Son of Thomas and Maud Ethel Quincey; husband of Marjorie Ellen Quincey, of Syston, Leicestershire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SCOTT : Ch. Engineman RALPH ARM STRONG

LT/KX. 104259. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 52. Son of Mathew and Isabella Scott, of North Shields, Northumberland; husband of Lily Scott, of North Shields.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SMITH : Seaman RICHARD

LT/JX. 400443. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 19. Son of Percy Sydney and Alice Maud Smith, of Hakin, Pembrokeshire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STUTTERS : Seaman GEORGE

LT/JX. 378507. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Stutters, of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TOPLISS : Seaman CHARLES LUCOCK

LT/JX. 173394. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 32. Husband of Doris Maud Topliss, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WARD : Seaman CYRIL

LT/JX. 315980. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D' Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Age 21. Son of William John Harrison Ward and Martha Jane Harrison Ward.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WHITCOMB : Lieut. JOHN HOLMSTEAD

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944. Son of James Henry and Edith Cripps Whitcomb; husband of Joan Whitcomb, of Haslemere, Surrey.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WHITE : Seaman PETER HUBERT

LT/JX. 400020. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cap D'Antifer

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILKINSON : Second Hand CHARLES HARRY

LT/JX. 173357. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cap D'Antifer. 13th February, 1944.

Notes or comments: ex Belgian trawler converted in French minesweeper, seized at Southampton July 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, 1941 converted back to minesweeper and based on Humber, 1943 19th M/S Group at Grimsby, torpedoed by E-boat off the Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Cape Barracouta

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SMITH : Ldg. Sea. JAMES LOW

LT/X. 21147A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Cape Barracouta. 19th December, 1941. Age 20. Son of James Low Smith and Jeannie Smith, of Torry, Aberdeen.


Cape Passaro

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JOHNSON : Engineman HARRY

LT/KX. 101775. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cape Passaro. 21st May, 1940. Age 41. Son of Edward Stephen and Annie Elizabeth Johnson, of Hull; husband of Gladys Johnson, of Hull.

class="notes">Notes and Comments: requisitioned September 1939 and converted for minesweeping, joined 15th A/S Strike Force as leader based at Aberdeen, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940, lost in air attack off Narvik. (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)

Cape Passaro

Panel 3, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MARCHANT : Ord. Sea. THOMAS

LT/JX. 176751. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cape Passaro. 23rd May, 1940. Age 22. Son of John William and Ellen Marchant, of Brighton, Sussex.

class="notes">Notes and Comments: requisitioned September 1939 and converted for minesweeping, joined 15th A/S Strike Force as leader based at Aberdeen, took part in Norwegian campaign April/May 1940, lost in air attack off Narvik. (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)

Capricornus

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LEWIS : Ord. Sea. JOSEPH

LT/JX. 211560. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Capricornus. 7th December, 1940. Age 32. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lewis, of Baie Verte, White Bay, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: Native of Newfoundland


Cava

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M.S.

MACDERMID : Seaman DONALD ALEXANDER

LT/JX. 242837. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cava. 2nd May, 1943. Age 34. Son of Donald and Mary MacDermid, of Harris, Isle of Lewis.


Cayton Wyke

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BOND : Seaman Steward HAROLD THTJR

LT/JX. 197375. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940. Age 26. Son of Arthur and Dorothy Bond; husband of Ellen Julia Bond, of Streatham, London.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 1, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BROWN : Lieut. ARTHUR ERNEST

RNR. H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940. Age 44. Son of Charles and Jane Brown; husband of Jessie Louise Brown, of West Derby, Liverpool.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRUCE : Ch. Engineman WILLIAM SLATER

CT IX. 416 EU. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940. Age 44. Son of John U. Bruce, and of Helen Bruce (nee Henderson); husband of Bessie Moir Bruce (nee Silver), of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BUCHAN : Seaman JAMES ALEXANDER

LT/X.18079 A. RN.R (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2). Vessel name recorded by CWGC as 'Cayfon Wyke'.


Cayton Wyke

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CLARK : Seaman LAURENCE LEVI

LT/X. 2161OA. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler . Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940. Age 25. Son of John and Elizabeth Clark; husband of Margaret J. Clark, of Lerwick, Zetland.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 1, Column 3. 

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COPLIN : Second Hand FREDERICK

LT/X., 19546 A. RN.R (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HAY : Engineman WILLIAM

LT/X. 351ED. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JEWSON : Sto. ROBERT

LT/KX. 103793. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

KEABLE : Seaman RUSSELL JOHN

LT/JX. 179709. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940. Age 19. Son of Charles N. and Eva May Keable, of Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LONG : Seaman CHARLES JOHN

LT/JX. 164330. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940. Age 20. Son of Robert Elija and Violet May Long, of Gorleston, Norfolk.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACAULEY : Seaman MURDO

LT/X. 7770c. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NOBLE : Ch. Skipper DAVID FORBES, DSC

RNR. H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940. Age 48. Husband of Isabella P. Noble, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Cayton Wyke

Panel 4, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WALTERS : Sto. WILLIAM

LT/KX. 101709. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cayton Wyke. 8th July, 1940. Age 40. Son of Phillip and Maud Waiters; husband of Winifred May Walters, of Denton, Gravesend, Kent.

Notes or comments: Purchased August 1939 and converted for anti-submarine duties, based at Dover, U-boat to credit (U-16) 23rd October, torpedoed by E-boat off Dover (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Chalcedony

Panel 8, Column 3. 

H.M.S.

Trawler

BOYCE : Seaman GEORGE STANLEY RANSOME

LT/JX. 286357. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Chalcedony. 13th August, 1942. Age 36. Son of George WilIiam and Rosina Boyce; husband of Winifred Charlotte Boyce, of Stamford, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned August 1939 (357 tons, 1x 12 pdr) as Auxilliary Patrol Vessel, 1941 converted for minesweeping and attached 19th M/S at Grmsby, sold 1945, renamed Laforey 1946. (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Charles Boyes

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ADAMSON : Seaman Cook RICHARD

C/JX. 165031. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BROOM : Seaman ALBERT GEORGE

LT/JX. 180409. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940. Age 28. Son of Albert George and Mary Annie Broom, of Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GRANT : Engineman WILLIAM

LT/KX. 101282. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940. Age 41. Son of WiIliam and Fanny Grant; husband of Phyllis May Grant, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GREGSON : Skipper WILLIAM

RNR. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940. Age 37.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LOWRY : Sto. HARRY CARPENTER

LT/KX. 105731. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACKAY : Ldg. Sea. ALEXANDER

LT/X. 7540C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940. Age 31. Son of Kenneth and Henrietta MacKay, of Stornoway, Isle of Lewis.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MORRISON : Seaman NORMAN

LT/X. 1O881B. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

POTTER : Seaman-Steward JOHN EDWARD

LT/JX. 163998. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

REYNOLDS : Skipper GEORGE

RNR. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940. Age 41. Husband of Charlotte Reynolds, of North Shields, Northumberland.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 4, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STOCKS : Sto. JOSEPH BARNABY

LT/KX. 103323. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940. Son of William and Elizabeth Stocks; husband of Enis Pauline Stocks, of Hull.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMAS : Seaman WILLIAM JAMES

LT/JX. 173606. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940. Son of William Benjamin and Alice Thomas, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Charles Boyes

Panel 4, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TICKNER : Sto. JAMES HENRY GEORGE

LT/KX. 99886 RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Charles Boyes. 25th May, 1940. Age 21. Son of John and Annie Tickner, of Crayford, Kent.

Notes or comments: Castle class, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to minesweeper, joined 40th M/S Group at Gt. Yarmouth, sunk by mine off East Coast. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Chiltern

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

REAICH : Second Hand WILLIAM

LT/X. 18850A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Chiltern. 6th March, 1945.


Chinthe

Addenda Panel.

H.M.S.

MAIR : Skipper JOSEPH

RNR. H.M.S. Chinthe. 16th August, 1945. Age 30. Son of Joseph and Sarah Mair; husband of Jane Buckley Mair, of Leicester.

Notes or comments: Ambiguity: Chinthe was Naval shore base at Rangoon 01/04/45 to 30/11/45; Chinthe also recorded as 668 ton Tug hired as M/S in WW2 (Warlow: Shore Est. RN; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Chrysolite

Panel 11, Column 1.

H.M.S.

SMITH : Skipper GEORGE ALEXANDER SIMPSON

RNR. H.M.S. Chrysolite. 30th July, 1943. Age 34. Son of Alexander and Mary Helen Smith, of Portessie, Banffshire; husband of Helen Ann Smith, of Portessie.


Claverhouse

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M.S.

PERICO : Ord. Sea. PETER WILLIAM

LT/JX. 373812. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Claverhouse. 7th January, 1943. Age 19. Son of Peter Henry James Perico and Mary Ann Perico, of Clerkenwell, London.


Cloughton Wyke

Panel 9, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PELLOW : Seaman ERNEST

LT/IX. 221516. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cloughton Wyke. 2nd February, 1942. Age 32. Son of Mark and Isabel Pellow, of Penryn, Cornwall; husband of Lillian Gilberta Pellow, of Penryn.


Cobbers

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BEAN : Second Hand LEONARD HERBERT

LT/JX. 215858. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cobbers. 3rd March, 1941. Age 30. Son of John James Bean and Agnes Bean; husband of Olwen Maud Bean, of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.


Cobbers

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STRANEX : Seaman ALBERT

LT/JX. 219687. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cobbers. 3rd March, 1941.


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Whaler

BALLS : Ldg. Steward HEADLEY OWEN

LT/LX. 27620. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Age 21. Son of Charles and Elizabeth Balls, of Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Whaler

BOLAND : Ord. Sea. ALEXANDER

LT/JX. 277265. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Foster-son of Joseph and Clara Crocker, of Lamaline, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Whaler

DAVIES : Cook LAWRENCE

LT/MX. 84456. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Age 26;

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Whaler

FRENCH : Sto. THOMAS ERNEST GEORGE

LT/KX. 100008. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Age 42. Son of John Philip and Elizabeth French; husband of Giorgina French, of Victoria, Gozo, Malta, G.C.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Whaler

GALLOP : Lieut MICHAEL POWELL

RNVR. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Whaler

GREEN : Ord. Sea. WILLIAM JACOB

LT/JX. 280007. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Son of George and Julia Green of Safe Harbour, Bonavista Bay, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Whaler

GREENWOOD : Ord. Sea. JAMES HENRY

LT/JX.231793. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Age 27. Son of George William and Emma Greenwood, of Hackney, London.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 9, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Whaler

HILL : Seaman BERNARD

LT/JX. 210970. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Whaler

JACKSON : Sto. ROBERT JAMES

LT/KX. 108076. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Whaler

McINERNEY : Sto. MICHAEL

LT/KX. 105449. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 9, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Whaler

NOBLE : Seaman DUNCAN

LT/X. 1O406B. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Age 27. Son of Charles T. and Mary A. Noble, of Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Whaler

PERRY : Ord. Sea. ARTHUR

LT/JX. 280518. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Age 19. Son of Baxter and Darling Perry, of Gooseberry Island, Bonavista Bay, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Whaler

PORTER : Ord. Sea. PHILIP HENRY

LT/JX, 299571. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Son of Alice Porter. Native of Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 9, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Whaler

TAYLOR : Seaman ALFRED JAMES

LT/X. 9331B. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Age 34. Son of Charles and Matilda Taylor, of Folkestone; husband of Ada May Taylor, of Folkestone.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Cocker

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Whaler

WHITE : Seaman LLEWELLYN OLIVER

LT/JX. 202005. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cocker. 4th June, 1942. Native of Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: ex Kos XIX, a Norwegian whaler, hired for anti-submarine duties as Cocker September 1941, torpedoed and sunk by E-boat off Tobruk, (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; updated by Norfleet.net)


Colsay

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BINGHAM : Midn. AUSTEN

RNR. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Son of William Hopworth Bingham and Constance Preston Bingham, of Ladysmith, Natal, South Africa.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend. (Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURRELL : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/IX. 303688. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 24. Son of William and Minnie Burrell, of Bewsey, Warrington, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CAMPBELL : Lieut. DONALD CHARLES

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 33. Son of Charles Donald Campbell and Elizabeth Campbell, of Hove, Sussex.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COWIE : Second Hand JAMES STEWART

LT/JX. 280162. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 27. Son of John and Elsie Cowie, of Buckie, Banffshire; husband of Maggie B. Cowie, of Portessie, Banffshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

EDGAR : Sto. WILLIAM JOHN

LT/KX. 114681: RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 33. Son of WilIiam and Emma Edgar, of Hull.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GLASSCOE : Cook THOMAS WILLIAM

LT/MX. 84237. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 15, . Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GRAHAM : Engirieman WILLIAM EDWARD

LT/X. 100925. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 37. Son of WiIliam Ecfward and Hannah Mary Graham, of Whitby, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HAYES : Sto. CYRIL

LT/KX. 127475. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 27. Son of Samuel and Cordelia Hayes, of Meadowfield, Co. Durham.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LEE : Ch. Engineman FRANK, DSM

LT/KX. 98276, RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 33. Son of Frank and Hannah Lee, of Hull; husband of Ada Lee, of Hull.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LENNON : Telegraphist ROBERT

LT/JX. 401369. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LOWNIE : Seaman CHARLES

LT/JX. 529345. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 19. Son of Charles and Helen Lownie, of Gourdon, Kincardineshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACAULAY : Seaman ALLAN

LT/JX. 278852. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 37. Son of Norman and Mary MacAulay, of Grosebay, Harris, Isle of Lewis.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MALLINDER : Ldg. Steward HERBERT

LT/LX. 27640. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 25. Son of Herbert and Mary Lillian Mallinder, of Shepperton, Middlesex; husband of Sarah Mallinder.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MANN : Sto. FREDERICK

LT/KX. 107460. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 27. Son of Edward George and Annie Charlotte Mann, of Birmingham.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MARSHALL : Seaman HENRY HARKER

LT/JX. 534094. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MAZE : Sub-Lieut. DOUGLAS

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McDOUGALL : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 534236. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 20. Son of John and Clara McDougall, of Birdholme, Derbyshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McFARLANE : Engineman CHARLES MURPHY

LT/KX. 125125. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 39. Son of Gabriel McFarlane and of Mary McFarlane (nee Murphy); husband of Fanny McFarlane, of Edinburgh.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McGINN : Seaman HUGH

LT/JX. 305657. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 27. Son of John and Rosena McGinn, of Irvine, Ayrshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MILNE : Seaman WILLIAM TAYLOR

LT/JX. 287101. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MONTGOMERY : Seaman FREDERICK

LT/JX. 639180. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 19. Son of William and Edith Montgomery, of Barrhead, Renfrewshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 16, Column 1..

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MURPHY : Ldg. Cook JOHN WILLIAM

LT/MX. 82280. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

O'NEILL : Seaman CHARLES AUGUSTINE

LT/JX. 176583. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 26. Son of Andrew and Alice O'Neill, of Wallsend, Northumberland

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

REEVES : Seaman CHARLES GEORGE

LT/JX. 207825. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 40. Son of George Thomas Reeves and Ada Reeves, of Hull; husband of Cissie Reeves, of Hull.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RYAN : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 257710. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SPALDING : Asst. Steward ALFRED WILLIAM

LT/LX. 617649. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STOCKS : Sto. EDWARD

LT/KX. 131519. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Son of Emily Stocks, of Ladywood, Birmingham.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SULMAN : Lieut. JOHN HENRY LLOYD, MBE, DSC

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 35. Son of James Hugh and Lilian Elsie Sulman; husband of Zillah Sulman, of Woburn Sands, Buckinghamshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TRIPPASS : Seaman THOMAS

LT/JX. 306464. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 22. Son of Thomas Arthur and Alice Trippass, of Coventry.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WALDRAM : Sigmn. ERIC

LT/JX. 234242. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 22. Son of Albert and Kate Emily Waldram, of Nottingham; husband of Audrey Waldram.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WALSH : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 286069. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Age 38. Son of James and Maria Walsh, of Liverpool; husband of Agnes Walsh, of Liverpool.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Colsay

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILLIAMS : Sub-Lieut. VALENTINE OSBORNE

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Colsay. 2nd November, 1944. Son of Frederick Thomas Charles and Florence Elizabeth Williams; husband of Margaret Dora Jane Williams, of Amersham, Buckinghamshire.

Notes or comments: Isles class, Ordered March 1943, launched December, completed March 1944 as A/S, took part in Op. Neptune, as Dan layer to 1st M/S Flotilla at Sword, sunk by Human torpedo off Ostend Toghill: Trawlers1)


Comet

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ANDREWS : Seaman JAMES WILLIAM

LT/X. 21565A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 21. Son of Richard Henry and Eliza Andrews; husband of Emily May Andrews, of Hull.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURNETT : Sto. RONALD WILLIAM

LT/X. 1O321S. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CATCHPOLE : Seaman JACK CORNWALL

LT/JX. 173610. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 24. Son of Isaac John and Edith Annie Catchpole, of Kessingland, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CROSS : Seaman KENNETH ROBERT RUSSELL

LT/181828. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 24. Son of Henry George and Mabel Cross, of Mutford, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CROSS : Seaman THOMAS JOSEPH

LT/167148. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 21. Son of Thomas and Sarah Elizabeth Cross, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FAHEY : Sto. JOHN JOSEPH

LT/X. 10269 S. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 25. Son of Stephen and Mary Fahey, (:If Kilbarry, Co. Waterford, Republic of Ireland.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LAMBERT : Engineman GEORGE MURRAY

LT/X. 3977T. RN.R (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 28. Son of Martin J. and Madeline M. Lambert, of Hopeman, Morayshire; husband of Chrise Lambert, of Hopeman, Morayshire.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MAXTED : Seaman JOHN EDWARD

LT/X 21710A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MEWSE : Seaman-Steward JOHN WILLIAM CHARLES

LT/JX. 193036. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 39. Son of John Henry and Alice Mewse; husband of. Florence May Mewse, of Harleston, Norfolk.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MORRIS : Seaman MICHAEL

LT/X, 20803. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 26. Son of Hugh and Mary Ellen Morris, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PATTERSON : Seaman JOHN JERROD

LT/JX. 219445. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SMITH : Second Hand GEORGE HERBERT

LT/X. 21675A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 23. Son of Herbert Henry and Victoria Mary Leonie Smith; husband of N'ellie E. Smith, of St. Budeaux, South Devon.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comet

Panel 4, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WEBSTER : Sto. PATRICK JAMES TREVOR

LT/X. 9901S. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Comet. 30th September, 1940. Age 28. Son of Trevor and Elizabeth Webster; husband of Susan Carter Webster, of Stoke Newington, London.

Notes or comments: ex Tamura, requisitioned September 1939 and converted to Decoy vessel, sunk by mine aff Falmouth (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Comfort

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

MAIR : Skipper JOHN DOUGAL

RNR. H.M. Drifter Comfort. 29th May, 1940. Age 49. Son of Alexander and Alice Mair; husband of Miriam Mair, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: hired as dan layer December 1939, rammed in error by minesweeper Lydd off Dover (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Comfort

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

WATT : Seaman-Cook CHARLES

LT/JX. 183230. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Comfort. 29th May, 1940. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Watt; husband of Elizabeth R. S. Watt, of Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire.

Notes or comments: hired as dan layer December 1939, rammed in error by minesweeper Lydd off Dover (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Comfort

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

WEBB : Second Hand HARRY EDWARD

LT/JX. 180112. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Comfort. 29th May, 1940.

Notes or comments: hired as dan layer December 1939, rammed in error by minesweeper Lydd off Dover (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Comfort

Panel 3, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

WOOD : Seaman ALEXANDER

LT/JX. 183156. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Comfort. 29th May, 1940.

Notes or comments: hired as dan layer December 1939, rammed in error by minesweeper Lydd off Dover (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Conquerante

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BROOKS : Second Hand CHRISTOPHER

LT/JX. 205221. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Conquerante. 26th September, 1940. Age 25. Son of Christopher and Elizebeth F. Brooks, of Fleetweed, Lancashire; husband of Marie Brooks, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.


Consolation

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JONES : Engineman WILLIAM

LT/KX. 129795. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Consolation. 18th November, 1943. Age 31. Son of Thomas Jones, and of Margaret Jones, of Bebington, Cheshire.


Cormorant

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

BONNETT : Sto. ARNOLD TOM

LT/KX. 106698. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cormorant. 31st January, 1944. Son of Tom and Lily Bonnett, of Rotherham, Yorkshire.


Cramond Island

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BAKER : Ord. Sea. GEORGE

LT/JX. 225722. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cramond Island. 2nd April, 1941. Age 26. Son of James and Pricella Baker, of Placentia Bay, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: Native of Newfoundland


Cramond Island

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRUCE : Engineman JAMES

LT/KX. 115986. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cramond Island. 2nd April, 1941. Age 33. Son of James and Helen Jane Bruce, of Portknocke, Banffshire; husband of Mary Bruce, of Portknockie.


Crestflower

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACLEOD : Ldg. Sea. ANGUS

LT/X. 18436A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Crestflower. 19th July, 1940. Age 35. Son of Roderick and Christina MacLeod, of Gravir, Isle of Lewis; husband of Margaret MacLeod, of Gravir.


Crestflower

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NICHOLSON : Seaman ANGUS

LT/6699C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Crestflower. 19th July, 1940. Age 33.


Cromarty

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M.S.

GALLAGHER : Sto. PETER JOSEPH

LT/KX. 157769. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cromarty. 23rd October, 1943.


Cromer

Panel 8, Column 2.

H.M.S.

BARLOW : Seaman EDWARD

LT/JX. 286019. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Cromer. 9th November, 1942. Age 18. Son of James Edward and Josephine Barlow,of Audenshaw, Lancashire.


Cyclone

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GREIG : Sto. DAVID

LT/KX. 141716. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cyclone. 2nd July, 1945. Age 22. Son of John Strangways Greig and Janet Scott Greig, of Leslie, Fife.


Cypress

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMSON : Seaman THOMAS

LT/JX. 281115. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Cypress. 20th January, 1943.


Dale Castle

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PUGHE : Ch. Engineman HENRY EDGAR

LT/KX. 110522. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Dale Castle. 2nd November, 1941. Husband of . C. Pughe, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.


Daneman

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CLANACHAN : Engineman JOHN JOSEPH

LT/KX. 110424. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Daneman. 9th May, 1943. Son of Mathew and Rosina Clanachan; husband of Louisa Clanachan, of Glasgow.

Notes and Comments: Purchased for anti-submarine duties August 1939, collided with submerged ice and abandoned after being taken in tow, North Atlantic (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Daneman

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GOODING : Seaman WALTER

LT/JX. 259040. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Daneman. 9th May, 1943. Age 22. Son of John Henry and Elsie Gooding, of West Hartlepool, Co. Durham.

Notes and Comments: Purchased for anti-submarine duties August 1939, collided with submerged ice and abandoned after being taken in tow, North Atlantic (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Daneman

Panel 11, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACKENZIE : Seaman JOHN

LT/X. 8025C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Daneman. 9th May, 1943. Age 32. Son of John and Annie MacKenzie, of Stornoway, Isle of Lewis.

Notes and Comments: Purchased for anti-submarine duties August 1939, collided with submerged ice and abandoned after being taken in tow, North Atlantic (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Daneman

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WALKER : Seaman FELIX

LT/JX. 286030. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Daneman. 9th May, 1943. Age 36. Son of John and Flora Walker, of' Buckhaven, Fife: husband of Margaret Walker, of Methil, Fife.

Notes and Comments: Purchased for anti-submarine duties August 1939, collided with submerged ice and abandoned after being taken in tow, North Atlantic (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


D'Arcy Cooper

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

HAYWARD : Engineman GEORGE FREDERICK

LT/KX. 125428. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter D'Arcy Cooper. 9th April, 1941.

Notes and Comments: 1928 built 126 ton vessel, hired for examination service 1940, sunk by aircraft off Harwich (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


D'Arcy Cooper

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

HODDS : Seaman JOHN WILLIAM

LT/JX. 265204. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter D'Arcy Cooper. 9th April, 1941.

Notes and Comments: 1928 built 126 ton vessel, hired for examination service 1940, sunk by aircraft off Harwich (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


D'Arcy Cooper

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

NOBLE : Second Hand DAVID

LT/JX. 167142. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter D'Arcy Cooper. 9th April, 1941. Age 29. Son of David Forbes Noble and Annie Noble, of Aberdeen; husband of Jessie Thomson Ritchie Noble, of Aberdeen.

Notes and Comments: 1928 built 126 ton vessel, hired for examination service 1940, sunk by aircraft off Harwich (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Dartmouth

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M.S.

MANSELL : P.O. FREDERICK WILLlAM

LT/JX. 529689. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Dartmouth. 12th August, 1945. Age 69. Husband of Ethel Mansell, of Bacton, Suffolk.


Dervish

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JOHNSON : Engineman THOMAS CHRISTOPHER

LT/KX. 99057. Mentioned in Despatches. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Dervish. 9th September, 1940. Age 42. Son of Mary Johnson, of Hull; husband of Minnie Johnson, .of Hull.

Notes or comments: ex Norman, hired June 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, sunk by mine off Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Dervish

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MARTIN : Seaman JOSEPH

LT/JX. 251498. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Dervish. 9th September, 1940.

Notes or comments: ex Norman, hired June 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, sunk by mine off Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Dervish

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TEMPLE : Engineman ROBERT OWEN

LT/KX. 117470. RN. Patrol Service.. H.M. Trawler Dervish.9th September, 1940.Age 36. Husband of Edith Temple, of Hull.

Notes or comments: ex Norman, hired June 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, sunk by mine off Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Dervish

Panel 4, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WARD : Sto. GEORGE CYRIL

LT/KX. 117471. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Dervish. 9th September, 1940. Age 25. Husband of Beatrice Ward.

Notes or comments: ex Norman, hired June 1940 and converted to auxilliary patrol vessel, sunk by mine off Humber (Toghill: Trawlers2)


Devon County

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

COOPER : Cook DOUGLAS CLIFFORD

LT/JX. 164687. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Devon County. 1st July, 1941. Age 18. Son of Sydney and Ethel Cooper, of Cobholm Island, Norfolk.


Devon County

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

MORRIS : Engineman ALBERT WILLIAM

LT/KX. 101800. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Devon County. 1st July, 1941. Age 34. Husband of Nellie Morris, of Bristol.


Devon County

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

OSBORNE : Sto. HENRY

LT/KX. 115438. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Devon County. 1st July, 1941.


Drake IV

Panel 10, Column 1.

H.M.S.

O'DONNELL : Sto. WALTER

LT/KX. 105221. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Drake IV. 7th December, 1942. Age 26. Son of John O'Donnell, and of Sara Ann O'Donnell, of Chatham.


Dunedin

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M.S.

COMMONS : Ord. Sigmn. WILLIAM DOUGLAS

LT/JX. 190633. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Dunedin. 24th November, 1941. Son of Adin Commons, and of Martha Commons, of Mans­field, Nottinghamshire.


Dunraven Castle

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M.S.

KNIGHT : Sto. TOM NORTON

LT/KX. 101207. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Dunraven Castle. 2nd March, 1943. Age 38. Son of Thomas and Mary Jane Knight; husband of Dorothy Knight, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRINDLEY : Engineman JOSEPH

LT/X. 3135U. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 42. Son of Thomas and Mary Ann Brindley, of Newcastle­on-Tyne; husband of Elizabeth Jane Brindley, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BROWN : Sto. JOHN THOMAS

LT/KX. 106752. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 29. Son of Alice Brown, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Gladys May Brown, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRUCE : Sto. GEORGE STEW ART

LT/KX. 160863. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 21. Son of John and Helen Anderson Bruce, of Portree, Isle of Skye.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BUCHANAN : Seaman ALEXANDER

LT/JX. 198948. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 24. Son of Thomas and Margaret Buchanan; hus1:>and of Lily Buchanan, of Dunbar, East Lothian.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CAPPLEMAN : Ldg. Sea. ROBERT WILLIAM

LT/JX. 195846. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 24. Son of Robert arid Ethel M. Cappleman, of Scarborough, Yorkshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CARTER : Sto. ERNEST WILLIAM

LT/KX. 596374. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 34. Son of Ernest and Lily Carter, of Hull; husban of Freda Carter, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ELLIOTT : Steward FERGUS

LT/LX. 31780. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Son of Fergus and Annie Early ElIiott; husband of Marion Rodger EIIiott, of Glasgow.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ENDEAN : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 303108. R.N. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 23. Son of Ernest and Edith Lavina Endean; husband of W. Endean.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GARNHAM : Seaman ALAN ALBERT HENRY

LT/JX. 379368. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 20. Son of Albert Edward and Annie Elizabeth Garnham, of Tottenham, Middlesex.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GARRETT : Seaman HARRY SMITH

LT/JX. 299360. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 23. Son of Harry Smith Garrett. and Beatrice Garrett, of Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GILBERT : Seaman STEPHEN FREEMAN

LT/JX. 216738. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 24. Son of John Henry and Eliza Gilbert, of Harbour Buffett, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2). Native of Newfoundland


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARLING : Telegraphist FRANK

LT/JX. 299727. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Son of James William and Margaret Harling, of Rochdale, tancashire.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOWES : Skipper ARTHUR ERNEST WILLIAM

RNR. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 36. Son of Ernest George and Clara Miranda Howes, of Lowestoft, Suffolk; husband of Doris Mary Howes, of Lowestoft.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HUGHES : Sto. ERIC

LT/KX. 114299. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 25. Son of Robert and Mary Elizebeth Hughes, of Parr, St. Helens, Lanca­shire; husband of Marie Hughes.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JENSEN : Ch. Skipper HANS ALBERT, DSC

RNR. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 59. Son of Hans and Sene Jensen; husband of Annie Jensen, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LEE : Ldg. Cook EDWARD DOUGLAS

LT/MX. 88009. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MASON : Engineman JOHN

LT/KX. 107942. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MYLES : Seaman COLIN BLAIR

LT/JX. 361138. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 21. Son of John McCormack Myles and Davina Ann Hogarth Myles, of Glasgow.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PEAKE : Seaman RONALD ARTHUR

LT/JX. 534348. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ROSIE : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 278941. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TAYLOR : Sigmn. FRANK MORTON

LT/IX. 359697. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 31. Son of James and Lilian Taylor, of Stockton-on-Tees, Co. Durham; husband of Audrey Taylor, of Stockton-on-Tees.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ebor Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TODD : Engineman CYRIL

LT/KX. 101889. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ebor Wyke. 2nd May, 1945. Age 49. Son of Edward and Emily Todd; husband of Ethel Todd, of Sound­well, Gloucestershire.

Notes and Comments: Hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, 1940 based at Iceland, 1943 134th M/S Group at Grimsby, sunk by torpedo from U-boat whilst on patrol off Iceland (Toghill: Trawlers2; Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Eland

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M.S.

LONGDEN : Seaman ERNEST

LT/JX. 335890. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Eland. 7th August, 1945. Age 22. Son of Ernest and­Edith Longden, of Macclesfield, Cheshire.


Eland

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M.S.

McNAIR : Telegraphist JOHN HAMILTON

LT/JX. 258479. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Eland. 7th August, 1945. Age 32. Son of James Wright McNair and Isabella Stenhouse Yuill McNair.


Ellesmere

Panel 16,Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BARNETT : Seaman EDWARD THOMAS

LT/JX. 437231. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Son of Henry Emest William and EmiIy Mary Bamett; husband of Joan Audrey Bamett, of Portslade, Sussex.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BAXTER : Ord. Tel. ERNEST CLAUDE

LT/JX. 236253. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 30. Son of Joseph and Evelyn Baxter; husband of Lilian Doreen Baxter, of The Hyde, Hendon, Middlesex.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BOARDLEY : Seaman FRANCIS FREDERICK

LT/X. 1O428B. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BOBY : Lieut. RONALD LEONARD CHARLES

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 27. Son of Arthur Leonard and Amelia Boby, of Fetcham, Surrey.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BROCKLESBY : Ch. Engineman WILLIAM ALEXANDER

LT/KX. 100583. . RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 31. Son of William Henry and Margaret Elizabeth Brocklesby, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire; husband of Lily Brocklesby, of Cleethorpes.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CARNALL : Sto. RUEBEN JOHN

LT/KX. 152907. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 20. Son of Reuben and Florence Carnall, of. Lightwood, Longton, Staffordshire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COOMBER : Ord. Sigmn. ARTHUR FREDERICK

LT/JX. 637506. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 19. Son of Frederick and Evelyn Coomber, of Romford, Essex.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DANE : P.O. FREDERICK ERNEST

LT/JX. 166321. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 39. Son of Isaac James Dane and Elizabeth Ann Dane, of Ludham, Norfolk; husband of Vera Gladys Dane, of Ludham, Norfolk.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DONN : Engineman ALEXANDER

LT/KX. 116027. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 38. Son of David and Elizabeth Donn, of Cullen, Banffshire; husband of Jessie P. Donn, of Cullen.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GORDON : Seaman GEORGE ARTHUR

LT/JX. 221383. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 23. Son of Ernest Edward and Eva Mabel Gordon, of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GRANT : Seaman JOHN SIMPSON

LT/JX. 232138. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 28. Son of Thomas WiIliam and Lily Grant.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARDY : Sto. DAVID GEORGE

LT/KX. 136479. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 22. Son of Roderick and Mary E. Hardy, of Whepstead, Suffolk.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HENDERSON : Ldg. Sea. HENRY

LT/JX. 214235. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HINTON : Seaman SPENCER JOHN

LT/JX 317426. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 27. Son of Alfred J ames Hinton and Maude Emily Hinton, of Forest Gate, Essex.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

INGRAM : Ord. Tel. MATTHEW

LT/JX. 234488. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1. 

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JEFFERIES : Ord. Sigmn. ERIC HUBERT

LT/JX. 331105. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 22. Son of Hubert and Betty Jefferies; husband of Frances E. M. Jefferies, of Fairford, Gloucestershire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JONES : Seaman KENNETH

LT/JX. 222938. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 25. Son of Edwin and Virginia Jones, of Come, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LLOYD-JONES : Lieut. THOMAS HENRY

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 35. Son of Llewelyn and Eva Mary Lloyd-Jones, of Port Dinorwic, Caernarvonshire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACKENZIE : Steward ALEXANDER

LT/LX. 30091. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Husband of Elizabeth MacKenzie, of Portpatrick, Wigtown­shire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MARR : Seaman ROBERT BATHGATE

LT/JX. 375261. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 20. Son of Robert and Margaret Bathgate Marr, of Dunbar, East Lothian.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McALLISTER : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 210387. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 25. Son of John and Sarah J. F. McAllister, of Glasgow.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MURRAY : Cook GEORGE

LT/MX. 87327. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 25. Son of Anthony and Helen Ann Murray, of Buckie, Banffshire; husband of Andrewina Murray.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PALMER : Seaman ERNEST JAMES

LT/JX. 241948. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 31. Son of Cecil and Mabel E. Palmer, of Penryn, Cornwall; husband of Mary Palmer, of Penryn.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PAYNTER : Ldg. Steward JAMES STEVENS

LT/SR 63705. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PRESCOTT : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 241162. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 29. Son of Annie Prescott, of Oldham, Lancashire; husband of Frances Prescott, of Chadderton, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PROFITT : Engineman WILLIAM

LT/186W. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ROSENTHALL : Seaman DANIEL

LT/JX. 384506. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Son of William Bair Rosenthall, and of Agnes Rosenthall, of Maryhill, Glasgow.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RUTHERFORD : Sto. 2nd Cl. PETER GODFREY

LT/KX. 725488. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 17. Son of John William and Violet Lilian Rutherford, of Acocks Green, Birmingham.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SALES : Seaman FRANK

LT/JX. 533365. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 19. Son of Fred and Eleanor Jane Sales, of Marsh Lane, Derbyshire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SCOTT : Lieut. JOHN MOLSEED

RNVR H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 36. Son of Joseph and Louisa Scott.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SEDDON : Seaman WILLIAM ISAAC

LT/JX. 258609. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 36. Son of Charles Edward and Catherine Seddon; husband of Annie Seddon, of Huyton, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SHAND : Ldg. Cook ANDREW CUMMINGS RUTTER

LT/MX. 94688. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 24. Son of Alexander Thomson Shand and Jean Shand, of Burntisland, Fife.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STORY : Seaman DENNIS

LT/JX. 532310. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Son of Percy Jack and Alice Victoria Story, of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WAITING : Sto. JOSEPH EDWARD

LT/KX. 116841. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 28. Son of Joseph and Ethel Waiting, of York.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILLIAMS : Seaman CYRIL CHARLES

LT/JX. 304356. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Ellesmere

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILLIAMS : Sub-Lieut. ERIC GORDON GEORGE

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Ellesmere. 24th February, 1945. Age 23. Son of Frank Herbert Williams and Alice Mary Williams, of Hornsey, Middlesex.

Notes and Comments: 560 ton Lake class, launched June 1939 and purchased August 1939 for minesweeping duties, sunk by torpedo from U-1203 in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2; Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Emilion

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MAIR : Seaman GEORGE

LT/JX. 190015. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Emilion. 24th July, 1940. Age 27. Son of Catherine Mair, of Portknockie, Banffshire.


Empire Wold

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Tug

Tug

CLARK : Sto. HENRY SAMUEL

LT/KX. 160325. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Tug Empire Wold. 10th November, 1944. Age 20. Son of Henry Samuel and Annie Clark, of Stepney, London.

Notes or comments: Warrior class screw tug based at Rejkavic, Iceland, sent to assist tanker Shirvan in convoy UR142, records listed her as torpedoed and sunk by U.300 at 64.08N 22.38W, however u-boat records do not claim credit and it is thought more likely she foundered in heavy weather (u-boat.net; thames_tugs.net)


Empire Wold

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Tug

Tug

MOODY : Seaman TOM

LT/JX. 288446. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Tug Empire Wold. 10th November, 1944. Son of Tom Moody, and of Harriet Moody, of Armley, Yorkshire.

Notes or comments: Warrior class screw tug based at Rejkavic, Iceland, sent to assist tanker Shirvan in convoy UR142, records listed her as torpedoed and sunk by U.300 at 64.08N 22.38W, however u-boat records do not claim credit and it is thought more likely she foundered in heavy weather (u-boat.net; thames_tugs.net)


Empire Wold

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Tug

Tug

MUDD : Sto. WILLIAM FREDERICK

'LT/KX. 148976. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Tug Empire Wold. 10th November, 1944.

Notes or comments: Warrior class screw tug based at Rejkavic, Iceland, sent to assist tanker Shirvan in convoy UR142, records listed her as torpedoed and sunk by U.300 at 64.08N 22.38W, however u-boat records do not claim credit and it is thought more likely she foundered in heavy weather (u-boat.net; thames_tugs.net)


Empire Wold

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Tug

Tug

STEELE : Ord. Sigmn. HERBERT EDWARD

LT/JX. 340219. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Tug Empire Wold. 10th November, 1944. Age 22.

Notes or comments: Warrior class screw tug based at Rejkavic, Iceland, sent to assist tanker Shirvan in convoy UR142, records listed her as torpedoed and sunk by U.300 at 64.08N 22.38W, however u-boat records do not claim credit and it is thought more likely she foundered in heavy weather (u-boat.net; thames_tugs.net)


Empire Wold

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Tug

Tug

WIGGINS : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 278929. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Tug Empire Wold. 10th November, 1944. Age 37. Son of James and Mary Wigging, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Warrior class screw tug based at Rejkavic, Iceland, sent to assist tanker Shirvan in convoy UR142, records listed her as torpedoed and sunk by U.300 at 64.08N 22.38W, however u-boat records do not claim credit and it is thought more likely she foundered in heavy weather (u-boat.net; thames_tugs.net)


Empyrean

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Trawler

ROBERTS : Skipper ALBERT VICTOR

RNR. H.M.S. Empyrean. 19th August, 1941. Age 30. Son of Charles and Margret Roberts; husband of Georgina Roberts, of Hessle, Yorkshire.

class="notes">Notes or comments: Requistioned November 1939 as Armed Patrol Vessel, converted M/S April 1940, converted to an Esso in January 1945, returned to owners in July 1946 (Toghill: Trawlers2)

Erin

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRADSHAW : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 167000. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Erin. 18th January, 1942. Age 19. Son of John and Charlotte D. Bradshaw, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.


Erin

Panel 10, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARPER : Ldg. Cook THOMAS GEORGE

LT/MX. 83101. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Erin. 18th January, 1942. Age 56. Son of Thomas George and Elisebeth J. Harper; husband of Kate Mathieson Harper, of Aber­deen.


Erith

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

AERSTALL : Seaman ROBERT

LT/JX. 364514. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Erith. 15th February, 1945. Age 20. Son of Eda Aerstall of Royton, Lancashire.


Ethel Taylor

Panel 4, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARDMAN : Sto. 2nd Cl. JOHN ALFRED

LT/KX. 108570. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ethel Taylor. 22nd November, 1940.


Ethel Taylor

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PEARSON : Engineman JOHN WILLIAM

LT/KX. 124600. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ethel Taylor. 22nd November, 1940. Age 27. Son of John William and Jane Pearson; husband of Charlotte LiliaI1 Pears on, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.


Europa

Panel 6,Column 1.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

BARTLETT : Ord. Sea. JAMES

LT/IX. 232445. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 22nd July, 1941.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft. May be the victim of air raid Lorne/Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft on this date (Jenkins: Port War)


Europa

Addenda Panel.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

TAMBLING : Leading Seaman EDWIN

LT/7030C. Mentioned in Despatches. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M.S. Europa. 22nd July, 1941. Age 34. Son of Edwin and Emily Louisa Tambling, of Looe, Cornwall.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft. May be the victim of air raid Lorne/Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft on this date (Jenkins: Port War)


Europa

Panel 6,Column 1.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

BARRETT : Ord. Sea. REGlNALD GEORGE

LT/JX. 256669. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 19th August, 1941. Age 29.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

BORMAN : Engineman ARTHUR ROBERT

LT/KX. 106872. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 19th August, 1941. Age 25. Son of Arthur Robert and EIiza Ann Borman, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Vera Borman, of Grimsby.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

LOCKE : Ord. Sea. RAYMOND

LT/JX. 230209. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 19th August, 1941. Age 21. Son of Augustus and Patience Locke, of Trinity, Trinity Bay, New­foundland.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

RUSHWORTH : Ch. Engineman JOSEPH

LT/KX. 106128. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 19th August, 1941. Age 34. Son of John and Margaret Ellen Rushworth, of Fleet­wood, Lancashire; husband of Rachel Rushworth, of Fleetwood.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

WHALEN : Ord. Sea. JOHN

LT/JX. 230101. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 19th August, 1941. Age 21. Son of Hubert and Edith Whalen, of George Town, Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft. Native of Newfoundland


Europa

Addenda Panel.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

TOFTE : Engineman HARRY ALBERT

LT/KX 107573. RN Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 17th September, 1942.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa

Addenda Panel.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

SHANLEY : Sto. DANIEL

LT/KX 135118. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 22nd September, 1945.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

MADIN : Ldg. Sea. GEORGE

LT/6911C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M.S. Europa. 28th November, 1945. Age 44. Husband of Lilian Madin, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

SHARE : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 241514. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 28th November, 1945. Age 43. Son of Frank and Ada Share, of Hull; husband of Emma Share, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

GERRARD : Seaman JOSEPH

LT/JX. 530098. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa. 16th February, 1946. Age 45. Son of Joseph Gerrard and of Francis Gerrard (nee Smith), of Hull; husband of Doris Gerrard, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa (lost in S.S. Aguila)

Panel 7, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

CULLIMORE : Seaman ELIJAH

LT/JX. 201709. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa (lost in s.s. Aguila). 19th August, 1941. Son of Violet Maud Cullimore, of Elliston, Trinity Bay, New­foundland.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft.


Europa (lost in S.S. Mohamed Ali el-Kebir)

Panel 2, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

OAKLEY : Seaman DOUGLAS

LT/JX. 170673. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Europa (lost in S.S. Mohamed Ali el-Kebir). 7th August, 1940.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft. Mohamed Ali el-Kebir, a 7500 ton steamship, was torpedoed by submarine north-west of Ireland (HMSO: BVLS 1939-45)


Europa II

Panel 8, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Shore Establishment

CLIFFE : Seaman GEORGE WILLIAM

LT/X. 19175 A. RNR (Patrol Service). H.M.S. Europa II. 19th August, 1942. Age 25. Son of George and Lily Cliffe, of Stoke-on-Trent; husband of Pauline Beatrice Cliffe, of Sneyd Green, Hanley, Staffordshire.

Notes and Comments: Europa was headquarters and central depot of RNPS at Sparrows Nest, Lowestoft. Europa II was overflow camp at Bungay


Faithful Star

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MURDOCH : Cook DAVID JOHN

LT/MX. 87604. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Faithful Star. 4th April, 1943. Age 29. Son of William and Ada Beatrice Murdoch, of Ash Vale, Surrey.


Fidelity

Panel 12, Column 2. .

H.M.S.

Special Service Vessel

DEXTER : Engineman JOHN WILLIAM

LT/KX. 108964. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fidelity. 1st January, 1943. Age 31. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dexter; husband of Elizabeth A. Dexter, of King's Lynn, Norfolk.

Notes or comments: Ex French Le Rhin, the 2456 ton merchant vessel was taken into service as an armed decoy ship (at time of loss 4 x 4" guns, 4 x 21" torpedo tubes, two aircraft, one MTB - 105), with identity concealed, to combat surface attack by submarine but was torpedoed 30/12/42 by U-435 and sunk near Azores (Lenton/Colledge: Warships WWII)


Fidelity

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Special Service Vessel

GARNHAM : Engineman IVAN FRANK

LT/KX. 108994. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fidelity. 1st January, 1943. Age 21. Son of Barham and Susan Garnham, of Ipswich, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: Ex French Le Rhin, the 2456 ton merchant vessel was taken into service as an armed decoy ship (at time of loss 4 x 4" guns, 4 x 21" torpedo tubes, two aircraft, one MTB - 105), with identity concealed, to combat surface attack by submarine but was torpedoed 30/12/42 by U-435 and sunk near Azores (Lenton/Colledge: Warships WWII)


Fifeshire

Panel 4, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BREWER : Seaman Cook JOHN RICHARD GOODWIN

LT/JX. 165972. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BUXTON : Ch. Engineman CHARLES HENRY

LT/KX. 98923. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

CHICKEN : Seaman JOHN ROBERT

LT/X. 21474A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Age 21. Son of George and Helen Chicken, of North Shields, Northumberland.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

COOK : Seaman Steward WALTER JAMES

LT/JX. 173555. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

COOPER : Act. Sub-Lieut. JOHN CAM

RNR. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Age 22. Son of George Morton Cooper and Elizabeth Cooper, of Welland, Worcestershire.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

DODSWORTH : Seaman HARRY

D/JX. 167081. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Age 27. Son of Henry and Ada Dodsworth, of Hull; husband of Alice Dodsworth, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

LAWSON : Sto. JAMES EDWARD

LT/KX. 100837. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

LLOYD : Seaman JAMES ARTHUR

LT/JX. 110660. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Age 22. Son of Sidney Lloyd, and of Winifred Lloyd, of Erwood, Brecknockshire.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

LOADES : Second Hand ROBERT WILSON

LT/X 53SC. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Age 31. Husband of Elsie Loades, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

MACKAY : Ldg. Sea. DONALD

LT/X. 7810C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

MACLEOD : Seaman ALEXANDER

LT/X. 17752A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Age 28. Son of William and Johanna Macleod, of Back, Isle of Lewis.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PLATT : Seaman ROBERT ARM STRONG

LT/JX. 170690. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

PLATTEN : Seaman ROLAND

LT/X. 20111A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

PLUMMER : Sto. CHARLES WILLIAM

LT/KX. 100298. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Age 28. Son of Arthur Henry and Beatrice May Plummer, of Ipswich, Suffolk.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

ROSE : Engineman REGINALD JAMES

C/KX. 87537. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

SEARLES-WOOD : Sub-Lieut. JOHN VALENTINE

RN. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Age 20. Son of Comdr. Valentine Searles-Wood, RN., and Sibyl Read Searles­Wood, of West Moor, Dorsetshire.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

WALKER : Seaman CHARLES WILLIAM

LT/JX. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fifeshire

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Trawler

WATSON : Sto. ALEXANDER

LT/KX. 100311. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fifeshire. 20th February, 1940. Son of Alexander and Barbara Ann Watson, of Peterhead, Aberdeen­shire.

Notes and Comments: 540 ton vessel hired for anti-submarine duties September 1939, sunk by aircraft east of Copinsay, Orkneys (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

DRAYTON : Sto. 2nd Cl. WILLIAM FREDERICK AUGUSTUS

LT/KX. 108062. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 19. Son of Frederick William and Sarah Ann Drayton; husband of Gertrude Drayton, of Gelligaer, Glamorgan.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

FORDEN : Seaman RICHARD

LT/X. 7949 C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 31. Son of William and Annie Elizabeth Forden, of Whitby, Yorkshire.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

JONES : Ch. Engineman HUGH VICTOR REUBEN

LT/203EV. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 43. Son of Hugh Morris Jones and Augusta Minnie Jones, of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire; husband of Martha Evelyn Jones, of Milford Haven.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

MAcANGUS : Ord. Sea. ALEXANDER

LT/JX. 196771. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 20. Son of Alexander and Annie MacAngus, of Hilton, Fearn, Ross and Cromarty.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

MALTBY : Seaman MONTAGUE MARSHALL

LT/X. 18781A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

MARSHALL : Seaman HORACE

LT/JX. 170504. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 22. Son of John Thomas Marshall and Gertrude Ethel Marshall, of Hull; husband of Gertrude May Marshall, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

MILNER : Seaman EDWARD, DSM

LT/X. 19990A, RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas William MiIner.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

NEWTON : Sto. JOHN

LT/KX. 99836. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940.Age 20.Son of Johnson and Margaret Newton, of Widnes, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

Panel 2, Column 3.

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Trawler

NOBLE : Seaman THOMAS RYDER SHERA

LT/X. 18629A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

PORTER : Seaman JAMES GIBSON

LT/X. 10449B. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

POUND : Ord. Sea. PHILIP JOHN

LT/JX. 192130. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 24. Son of Alfred and Maria Emily Pound, of Mile End, Portsmouth.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

SMITH : Second Hand GEORGE

LT/X. 230SA. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 35. Son of George and Ann Smith, of Findochty, Banffshire; husband of Josephine Smith, of Findochty.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

Panel 4, Column 2.

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Trawler

SMITH : Sto. 2nd Cl. JOSEPH

LT/KX. 104790. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

SWANN : Seaman-Cook THOMAS ALFRED

LT/JX. 181844. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 60. Son of Florence Gertrude Swann, of Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

TOWERS : Seaman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 173260. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 47. Son of Ann Towers; husband of Dorothy Towers.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

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Trawler

UNDERWOOD : Engineman ERNEST CHARLES

LT/X. 5919ES. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fleming

Panel 4, Column 1.

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Trawler

WALKER : Sto. ANDREW

LT/X. 1O208S. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fleming. 24th July, 1940. Age 25. Son of Anthony and Mary Walker, of Aberdeen; husband of Louisa Stuart Walker, of Aberdeen.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, sunk by air attack in the Thames Estuary (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Flotta

Panel 6,Column 2. 

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BARRETT : Engineman GEORGE CLIFFORD

LT/X. 6114ES. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Flotta. 6th November, 1941. Age 33. Son of George CIifford Barrett and Annie Mary Barrett, of Hull; husband of Annie Louisa Rusby Barrett, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: Isles class, foundered after grounding off Buchan Ness (Lenton/Colledge: Warships WW2)


Force

Panel 7, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GIBBS : Sto. THOMAS HENRY

LT/KX. 116205. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941. Age 20. Son of Thomas H. and Rosina Gibbs, of Northfield, Birmingham.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

Panel 7, Column 1.

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Trawler

HOWELL : Sto. GEORGE HENRY

LT/KX. 117060. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941. Age 28. Son of Henry and Ada Howell, of Worcester.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

Panel 6, Column 3.

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Trawler

KENDALL : Engineman WALTER STEPHENSON

LT/KX. 106131. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941. Age 51. Son of Frederick Steven KendaIl and Mary KendaIl: husband of Elsie KendaIl, of Hayling Island, Hampshire.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

Panel 7, Column 1.

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Trawler

MAYNARD : Sto. JOHN

LT/KX. 106811. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

Panel 6, Column 3.

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Trawler

McEUNE : Engineman JOHN FREDERICK

LT/KX. 107954. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941. Age 46. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. McEune; husband of Susan Jane McEune, of Colney Heath, Hertfordshire.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

Panel 5, Column 3.

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Trawler

MORRISON : Seaman ALEXANDER

LT/JX. 217792. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941. Age 29. Son of Murdo and Mary Morrison, of Leurbost, Isle of Lewis.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

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Trawler

SAYERS : Second Hand OLIVER TUCKER BURMAN, DSM

LT/X. 302SA, RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

Panel 6, Column 1.

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Trawler

TEAGUE : Seaman NORMAN

LT/JX. 180337. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

Panel 7, Column 2.

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Trawler

WILLlAMS : Ord. Seaman Cook JOHN

LT/JX. 214264. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941. Son of Llewelyn and Catherine Williams, of Swansea.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Force

Panel 7, Column 2.

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Trawler

WILSON : Sto. ARTHUR NELSON

LT/KX. 105619. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Force. 27th June, 1941. Age 21. Son. of Arthur Nelson Wilson and Margarret Ann Wilson, of Droylsden, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties February 1940, sunk by air attack off Norfolk Coast (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fort Royal

Panel 2, Column 2.

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Trawler

JOY : Seaman RUPERT

LT/X. 7899 C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fort Royal. 9th February, 1940. Age 35. Son of Henry and Elizabeth Joy, of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, later purchased, sunk by air attack off Aberdeen (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fort Royal

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Trawler

KENNEDY : Seaman MURDO

LT/X. 7745C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fort Royal. 9th February, 1940. Age 30. Son of Murdo and Ann Kennedy, of Lochs, Isle of Lewis.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, later purchased, sunk by air attack off Aberdeen (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fort Royal

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Trawler

KING : Lieut.-Comdr. EDGAR

RN. H.M. Trawler Fort Royal. 9th February, 1940. Age 54. Husband of Cpl. Freda M. King, W.A.A.F., of Docking, Norfolk.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, later purchased, sunk by air attack off Aberdeen (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fort Royal

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Trawler

SWANN : Sto. JAMES

LT/X: 1O294S. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fort Royal. 9th February, 1940. Age 22. Son of Richard and Hannah Swann, of Larne, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, later purchased, sunk by air attack off Aberdeen (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fort Royal

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Trawler

SYKES : Seaman-Cook SYDNEY JOSEPH

LT/JX. 164306. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fort Royal. 9th February, 1940. Age 29. Son of Sidney Percival and Violena Sykes, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Iris Eileen Sykes, of Grimsby.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, later purchased, sunk by air attack off Aberdeen (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fort Royal

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Trawler

WILLIAMS : Ldg. Sea. SAMUEL JOHN GARFIELD

LT/X. 7506C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Fort Royal. 9th February, 1940. Age 32. Son of James and Frances Williams; husband of Olive Jane Williams, of Mitchell, Cornwall.

Notes and Comments: hired for minesweeping duties August 1939, later purchased, sunk by air attack off Aberdeen (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fortuna

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Trawler

CHARLTON : Skipper WILLIAM TODD MATTHEWS

RNR. H.M. Trawler Fortuna. 2nd April, 1941. Age 37. Son of John and Margaret Charlton, of Torry, Aberdeen; husband of Elizabeth A. T. Charlton, of Aberdeen.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol June 1940, sunk by air attack off St. Abbs Head (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fortuna

Panel 6, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARRIS : Ord. Sea. ERNEST EDWARD

LT/JX. 218423. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fortuna. 5th April, 1941. Age 32. Son of Richard and Barbara Mary Ann Harris, of Bermondsey; London.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol June 1940, sunk by air attack off St. Abbs Head (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fortuna

Panel 6, Column 1.

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Trawler

SMITH : Seaman WILLIAM JAMES

LT/JX. 219619. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Fortuna. 5th April, 1941. Age 42. Husband of Hilda Rose Smith, of Faversham, Kent.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol June 1940, sunk by air attack off St. Abbs Head (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

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Trawler

BOYD : Lieut. WILLIAM HUNTER

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 41. Son of David McVail Boyd and Mary Spiers Boyd, of Glasgow; husband of Christina Mary Boyd, of Glasgow.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

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Trawler

BRETTON : Engineman GEORGE

LT/KX. 113682. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 27. Son of James and Jane Bretton, of Pinxton, Derbyshire.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

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Trawler

CRAIG : Seaman ROBERT

LT/JX. 288134. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 39. Son of Joseph and IsabelIa Craig; husband of Margaret Craig, of Aberdeen.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

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Trawler

EDWARDS : Sto. ERNEST WILLIAM

LT/KX. 125209. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 13, Column 2.

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Trawler

EVELEIGH : Seaman MALCOLM YDNEY

LT/JX. 216802. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 29. Native of Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2). Native of Newfoundland


Franc Tireur

Panel 12, Column 2.

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Trawler

FARROW : Ch. Engineman CYRIL, BEM

LT/KX. 116098, RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 35. Son of Jessie Farrow; husband of Fanny Jean Farrow, of Cleethorpes, Lincoln­shire. .

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 11, Column 3.

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Trawler

FENTON : Seaman JAMES BROOMFIELD ROBINSON

LT/JX. 225077. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 31. Son of Mathew and Mary Ann Fenton, of Sunderland, Co. Durham; husband of Edith May Fenton, of Sunderland.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 11, Column 3.

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Trawler

McCRORIE : Seaman HUGHES MCDlNES

LT/JX. 212761. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 27. Son of James and Elizabeth McCrorie, of Girvan, Ayrshire.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 12, Column 3.

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Trawler

MILTON : Sto. ALFRED HORACE

LT/KX. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 35. Son of William and Emma Eliza Milton, of Islington, London.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 13, Column 1.

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Trawler

MOSELEY : Sto. 2nd Cl. WILLIAM GEORGE

LT/KX. 157294. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 19. Son of William and Alice Moseley, of Dagenham, Essex.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NEWSON : Seaman JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN

LT/JX. 217783. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 33. Son of Charles and Kate Newson, of FeIixstowe, Suffolk; husband of Eva Ellen Newson, of Felixstowe, Suffolk.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 12, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

NOBLE : Engineman JOHN TINLINE

LT/KX. 132753. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 33. Son of William and Mary Jane Noble, of Galashiels, Selkirkshire; husband of Janet Scott Noble, of Galashiels.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMAS : Cook ROY GRETTON

LT/MX. 109804. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943. Age 21. Son of John Gretton Thomas and Eva Thomas, of Bingham, Nottinghamshire.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Franc Tireur

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TYE : Seaman THOMAS STANLEY

LT/JX. 259314. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Franc Tireur. 25th September, 1943.

Notes and Comments: hired for auxilliary patrol May 1940, converted for minwsweeping 1941, sunk by E-boat torpedo off Harwich (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

BAILEY : Sto. WALLACE JAMES

LT/KX. 102137. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 33. Son of Charles and 'Annie Bailey, of Deal, Kent; husband of Elizabeth Rose Bailey, of Deal, Kent.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

CLARKE : Steward JOHN WILLIAM WYRETT

LT/LX. 575166. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 45. Foster son of Robert Thurston Adams and Emily Flora Adams, of Haughley, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

CLYDESDALE : Sto. ROBERT EDWIN

LT/KX. 102900. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 26. Son of Robert and Mary Clydesdale, of Liverpool.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

COX : Sto. ALBERT EDWARD

LT/KX. 167057. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 30. Son of Albert Edward and Rose Cox, of Maidstone, Kent; husband of Joyce Irene Cox, of Maidstone.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

DORRAN : Seaman JOHN, DSM

LT/JX. 207450, RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 32. Son of Frederick John and Annie Dorran, of Bradford, Yorkshi!"e.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

HALLSWORTH : Sto. WILLIAM RAYMOND

LT/KX. 153123. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 22. Son of Edgar and Annie Hallsworth, of Belper, Derby­shire.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 14, Column 2. 

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

HEWITT : Seaman WILLIAM DODDS

LT/JX. 242075. RN. Patrol ServIce. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Son of John and Grace Hewitt, of Glasgow.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

HOARE : Engineman LEWIS GEORGE

LT/KX. 120266. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 30. Son of Lewis George and Hellen Hoare; husband of Doris Lilian Hoare, of Holloway, London.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

JAPPY : Engineman WILLIAM

LT/X. 441EU. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Son of William and Elizabeth Jappy; husband of Jessie B. Jappy, of Ellon, Aberdeenshire.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

MATHIESON : Sto. JOHN

LT/KX. 132196. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 34. Son of Robert and Barbara Mathieson, of Juniper Green, Midlothian.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

PECK : Seaman CHARLES EDWARD

LT/JX. 255727. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 32. Son of Charles and Margaret Peck; husband of Olive Peck, of Pontllanfraith, Monmouthshire.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

POTTER : Cook RONALD JOHN

LT/MX. 107583. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 32. Son of Vincent and Elizabeth Potter, of Thundersley, Essex; husband of Olive May Potter, of Thundersley.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

RICHINGS : Telegraphist LEONARD WILLIAM

LT/J. 112908. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 36. Son of Harry Albert Richings and of Charlotte Richings (nee Burgess), of Hove, Sussex.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

ROBERTS : Sto. THOMAS HENRY

LT/KX. 158757. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

ROWE : Sto. GEORGE THOMAS

LT/KX. 160247. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 21. Son of Frederick Charles and Doris Rowe, of Fleetwood, Lancashire; husband of Margaret Ivy Rowe, of Fleetwood.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

RUSSELL : Sto. JOHN EDWARD

LT/KX. 141011. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 20. Son of Edward and Catherine Russell, of Bexhill, Sussex.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 14, Column 3..

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

SCOTT : Seaman HERBERT GORDON

LT/JX. 328580. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 29. Son of Arthur and Alice Scott, of Haywards Heath, Sussex.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

SNOWLING : P.O. Steward VICTOR FREDERICK

LT/LX. 27614. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 24. Son of Ernest Victor and Rose Lilian Snowling, of Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

STROWGER : Seaman GEORGE HENRY

LT/JX. 209260. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 23. Son of Leonard and Sophia Strowger, of Aldeburgh, Suffolk.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

SULLIVAN : Engineman FRANCIS EUGENE

LT/KX. 125244. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Age 39. Husband of Emma Louisa Sullivan, of Barking, Essex.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

TAYLOR : Ord. Sigmn. BERNARD

LT/JX. 269536. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton 18th August, 1944. Age 22. Son of George Henry and Theresa Taylor, of Salford, Lancashire.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Fratton

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Barrage Balloon Vessel

WALLACE : Engineman WILLIAM JOHN

LT/KX. 130197. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Fratton. 18th August, 1944. Son of John and Emily Wallace; husband of Lily Edina Wallace, of Harrow Weald, Middlesex.

Notes or comments: The 757 ton vessel was attacked and sunk at Normandy by German manned torpedos (Marder - Pine Martin)


Gairsay

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BAKER : P.O. ARTHUR ALBERT

LT/JX. 222756. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 36. Son of William John and Mary Jane Baker; husband of Ena Victoria Baker, of Chingford, Essex.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BENNETT : Seaman WILLIAM THOMAS HENRY

LT/JX. 214176. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BIELBY : Sto. MATTHEW

LT/KX. 160870. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Son of Tom and Julia Bielby; husband of Mary Priscilla Bielby, of Scarborough, Yorkshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BUCKLEY : Sub-Lieut. GORDON HENRY.

RNVR, H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 32. Son of Fred and Edith Buckley, . of Droylsden, Lancashire; husband of Edith Buckley, of Audenshaw, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CAMPBELL : Seaman ANGUS

LT/JX. 376160. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COUPE : Sigmn. NORMAN

LT/JX. 236876. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DEVONALD : Engineman WILLIAM ALLAN

LT/X. 6063 ES. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 27. Son of Edwin and Martha Devonald; hus­band of Gwendoline May Devonald, of Hakin, Pembrokeshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DRYDEN : Seaman THOMAS RUTHERFORD

LT/JX. 401929. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 20. Son of John R and Elizabeth Dryden, of Bolden Colliery, Co. Durham.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

EDINGTON : Ch. Engineman JOHN

LT/ 311 ED. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 43. Son of James and Mary Edington; husband of Violet Edington, of Edinburgh.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ELLIS : Engineman JACK BROOK

L T/KX. 116663. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 26. Son of John Brook Ellis and Elizabeth Ellis; husband of Eileen Alice Ellis, of Barking, Essex.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HIBBIT : Ord. Tel. LEONARD GEORGE

LT/JX. 330590. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 21. Son of Frederick Alfred Hibbit, and of Mary Hibbit, of Cheam, Surrey.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOGG : Sto. GEORGE MALLISON

LT/KX. 104959. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 25. Son of Alexander and Agnes Hogg; husband of LiIian Hogg, of Dover.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOLLAND : Cook REGINALD

LT/MX. 121580. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 20. Son' of WilIiam and Daisy Holland, of Sidcup, Kent.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JOHNSON : Ord. Tel. ALAN CECIL

LT/JX. 405729. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 20. Son of Cecil and Ethel Johnson, of Sheffield.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JONES : Seaman RICHARD

LT/JX. 436549. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 1..

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MITCHELL : Ord. Sigmn. JOHN GILMOUR

LT/JX. 403061. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 20. Son of James and Margaret Mitchell, of Maryhill, Glasgow.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MOLLOY : Ldg. Sea. JAMES

LT/JX. 198981. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 29. Son of James and Elizabeth Molloy; husband of Margaret Annie Molloy, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

OAKLEY : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 378108. RN. P:rtrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 19. Son of James and Bridget Oakley, of Liverpool.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PEARSON : Seaman GEORGE CHARLES

LT/JX. 228676. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 24. Son of Francis George and Isabella Pearson, of Birmingham; husband of Elizabeth Pearson, of Balsall Heath, Birmingham.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RUSSELL : Lieut. JAMES PERCIVAL

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 24. Son of James and Lily Gladys Russell; husband of Peggy Hetty Russell.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SEEX : Seaman REGINALD DEREK JOHN

LT/JX. 408260. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd. August, 1944. Age 19. Son of Alfred W.W. and Louisa M. Seex, of Acton, Middlesex.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SMITH : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 377565. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 21. Son of Frederick and Ada Smith, of Liverpool.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SWANN : Sto. ERNEST WILLIAM

LT/KX. 120725. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 27. Son of George and Gertrude Swann; husband of Mary Lilian Swann, of Altrincham, Cheshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TEBBUTT : Seaman ROLAND ERNEST

LT/JX. 696044. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 37. Husband of Edna May Tebbutt, of Little Addington, Northamptonshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMPSON : Sto. JAMES SMITH

LT/KX. 114701. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 30. Son of George and Elizabeth Thompson; husband of Isabella Thompson, of Aberdeen.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TURNER : Ord. Sea. LEONARD WILLIAM

LT/JX. 657260. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 22. Son of Frederick Charles and Millicent Sarah Turner, of Troston, Suffolk.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WEAVER : Sub-Lieut. CLEMENT REGINALD, DSM

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 31. Son of Robert Thomas and Eleanor Weaver; husband of Catherine Alice Weaver.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 16, ­Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WIDDAS : Sto. KENNETH AUBREY

LT/KX. 147883. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 20. Son of Albert and Jessie Widdas, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gairsay

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WOOD : Ord. Sigmn. JAMES RICHARD SIDNEY

LT/JX. 402269. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gairsay. 3rd August, 1944. Age 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wood, of Stowmarket, Suffolk.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by explosive motorboat off Normandy (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Galatea

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M.S.

EVANS : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 198877. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Galatea. 15th December, 1941.


Ganilly

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ATKINSON : Ldg. Sea. WALTER

LT/JX 278431. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 13, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BEATTIE : Lieut. RICHARD

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 26. Son of Robert and Florence Beattie; husband of Rhoda Beattie, of Gateshead, Co. Durham.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BRENNAN : Sto. CHARLES CUTHBERT

LT/KX. 126780. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 28. Son of Thomas and Grace Ellenor Brennan; hus­band of Esther Brennan, of Lemington, Northumberland.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

COCHRANE : Cook ERIC ASQUITH

LT/MX. 533770. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 22. Son of EIIen Cochrane, of BoIIington, Cheshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CRAIG : Ord. Tel. JAMES

LT/JX. 405377. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 20. Son of James and May Eleanor Craig, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CROTTY : Steward JAMES

LT/LX 575929. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DEEPROSE : Seaman FREDERICK THOMAS

LT/JX. 638473. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 36. Son of Alfred and Louise Deeprose, of Bermond­sey, London; husband of Alice Deeprose, of Bermondsey, London.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DICKSON : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 299784. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

DUNHAM : Seaman ARTHUR

LT/JX. 638722. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 18. Son of William and Isabella Brenkley Dunham, of Colne, Lanca­shire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GRANT : Ldg. Sea. THOMAS SCOTLAND

LT/JX. 229014. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 33. Son of Alexander and Jeannie Scotland Grant; husband of Jane NeiIl Grant, of Bo'ness, West Lothian.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HARRISON : Engineman EDWARD DUNCAN

LT/KX. 113977. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 31. Son of Edward and Mary Aitken Harrison, of Aberdeen; husband of Robina Harrison, of Aberdeen.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HAYWARD : Telegraphist PETER CLARENCE

LT/IX. 343914. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 20. Son of David Waiter and Agnes Elizabeth Hayward, of Brighton, Sussex.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HUGHES : Seaman THOMAS

LT/JX. 242857. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 35. Son of Jane Hughes, of Maryport, Cumberland; husband of Hannah Walker Hughes, of Maryport.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JONES : Seaman ERNEST

LT/JX. 189009. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 26. Son of Arthur and Elizabeth Emma Jones, of Stocksbridge, Yorkshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LANDER : Sub-Lieut. CHARLES

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LAWRENCE : Sto. GEORGE

LT/KX. 532785. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 37. Son of John and Alice Ann Lawrence; husband of Nellie Lawrence, of Withington, Manchester.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

LYTTON : Sto. HENRY

LT/KX. 142108. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 41. Son of Robert and Mary Lytton; husband of Doreen Lytton, of Paddington, London.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACIVER : Seaman DONALD MURDO

LT/JX. 400546. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 20. Son of Angus Lewis MacIver and Marion MacIver, of Stornoway, Isle of Lewis.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MACKENZIE : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 281925. . RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 21. Son of Norman MacKenzie, and of Annie MacKenzie, of Pormalong, Isle of Skye.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MADDOCK : Seaman THOMAS

LT/JX. 264445. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 39. Son of Samuel John and Isobella Maddock, of Liverpool; husband of Frances Maddock, of Liverpool.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MASON : Seaman ROBERT JAMES

LT/JX. 185767. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McMATH : Engineman JOHN

LT/KX. 104536. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 24. Son of William and Harriet Ellen McMath; husband of Phyllis McMath, of New Mill, Yorkshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MOORE : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 409791. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 19. Son of James and Elizebeth Moore, of Rutherglen, Lanarkshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MURDOCK : Seaman STEPHEN ROBERT

LT/JX. 205122. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PETTITT : Sto. 2nd Cl. JAMES

LT/KX. 593838. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pettitt.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PUNDAS : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 638814. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 31. Son of James and Mary Ann Dundas, of Thurso, Caithness-shire; husband of Barbara Taylor Dundas, of Thurso.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

RENOUF : Seaman JOHN HENRY

LT/JX. 179453. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SCRAGG : Telegraphist HENRY DONALD

LT/JX. 310428. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 22. Son of Henry and Cicely May Scragg, of Nuneaton, Warwickshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SIMPSON : Seaman GEORGE HORNBY

LT/JX. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SMALLEY : Second Hand WILLIAM DUNCANSON

LT/X. 20006A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STEPHENSON : Ch. Engineman FRANCIS HERBERT

LT/KX. 98620. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 13, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TROATH : Sub-Lieut. ROBERT WILLIAM HARKER

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Son of Leonard Eustace and Mabel Millicent Troath, of Wellingborough, Northamp­tonshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

TURNER : Sto. ALBERT WALTER

LT/KX. 135071. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 29. Son of Leonard James Turner and May Turner, of Hanley, Staffordshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

USHER : Seaman GEORGE FREDERICK

LT/JX. 532283. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 19. Son of George Frederick and Anna Mary Usher, of South Shields, Co. Durham.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WHITFORD : Sigmn. ALBERT HENRY

LT/JX. 228973. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 27. Son of Alfred and Alice Ellen Whitford; husband of Joan Mary Whitford, of Andover, Hampshire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WICKS : Ldg. Sea. GEORGE FREDERICK HENRY

LT/JX. 179721. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 24. Son of Fredric Henry and Annie Wicks; husband of Marjorie Violet Wicks.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Ganilly

Panel 15, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WRIGHT : Ord. Sigmn. JACK

LT/JX. 402642. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Ganilly. 5th July, 1944. Age 20. Son of William and Nancy Ellen Wright, of Bolton, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: Isles class trawler, minesweeping duties, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gavotte

Panel 11, Column 2. 

H.M.S.

COWELL : Seaman MARTIN WILKINSON

LT/JX. 281786. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Gavotte. 21st April, 1943. Age 49. Son of Ruth Cowell; husband of Lily Cowell, of Preston, Lancashire.


Girl Mary

Panel 4, Column 1.

H.M.S.

WORLEDGE : Sto. CHARLES WILLIAM JOHN

LT/KX. 106830. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Girl Mary. 10th October, 1940. Age 42. Son of Charles and Mary Worledge; husband of Nora Worledge, of Penzance, Cornwall.


Glen Avon

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Auxilliary A.A. Vessel

GREENLAW : Sto. CHARLES THORNTON MENNIE

LT/KX. 152917. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Glen Avon. 2nd September, 1944. Age 22. Son of William Crombie Greenlaw and Mary Elizabeth Greenlaw, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as a Paddle Minesweeper, 509 tons, and converted to Auxilliary Anti-Aircraft vessel in May, 1942, foundered in a gales Seine Bay (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Glen Avon

Panel 16, Column 1.

H.M.S.

Auxilliary A.A. Vessel

HUNTER : P.O. Cook FARQUHARSON SHAW MIDDLETON

LT/MX. 87169. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Glen Avon. 2nd September, 1944. Age 50. Husband of Charlotte Burnand Hunter, of Aberdeen.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as a Paddle Minesweeper, 509 tons, and converted to Auxilliary Anti-Aircraft vessel in May, 1942, foundered in a gales Seine Bay (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Glen Avon

Panel 15, Column 2.

H.M.S.

Auxilliary A.A. Vessel

PRITCHARD : Engineman CHARLES ERIC

LT/KX. 107083. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Glen Avon. 2nd September, 1944. Age 27. Son of Thomas Robert and Isabella Pritchard, of Aighurth, Liverpool.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as a Paddle Minesweeper, 509 tons, and converted to Auxilliary Anti-Aircraft vessel in May, 1942, foundered in a gales Seine Bay (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Glen Avon

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

Auxilliary A.A. Vessel

SMITH : Sto. RONALD HENRY JOHN

LT/KX. 124693. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Glen Avon. 2nd September, 1944.

Notes or comments: Requisitioned as a Paddle Minesweeper, 509 tons, and converted to Auxilliary Anti-Aircraft vessel in May, 1942, foundered in a gales Seine Bay (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gloaming

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M.S.

REDGRAVE : Engineman WILLlAM STEVENS

LT/KX. 124798. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Gloaming. 20th March, 1941. Age 29. Husband of Annie McLinda Redgrave, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.


Golden Sunbeam

Panel 9, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

JAMES : Engineman EDWIN

LT/KX. 131175. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Golden Sunbeam. 19th August, 1942.


Golden Sunbeam

Panel 8, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

LOVIS : Skipper ALFRED MANNING, DSC

RNR. H.M. Drifter Golden Sunbeam. 19th August, 1942. Age 52. Son of John Osbome Lovis and Emma Lovis; husband of Gladys Hilda Lovis, of Brixham, Devon.


Golden Sunbeam

Panel 10, Column 2..

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

STIMSON : Sto. ALEXANDER WILLIAM

LT/KX. 113932. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Golden Sunbeam. 19th August, 1942.


Golden Sunbeam

Panel 10, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

WEBSTER : Ldg. Cook HORACE KNOWLES

LT/MX. 88016. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Golden Sunbeam. 19th August, 1942. Age 42. Son of Charles MacHardy Webster and Mary Sim Webster, of Aberdeen; husband of Jane Morrison Craig Webster, of Aberdeen.


Good Design

Panel 3, Column 3.

H.M.S.

HORNE : Sto. THOMAS

LT/KX. 109638. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Good Design. 23rd November, 1940. Son of William and Joanna Home, of Port Seton, East Lothian.


Good Design

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M.S.

JOHNSTON : Engineman JOHN

LT/KX. 109616. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Good Design. 23rd November, 1940. Age 31. Son of Peter and Margaret Johnston, of Port Seton, East Lothian.


Good Design

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M.S.

WHEELER : Second Hand WILLIAM JAMES, DSM

LT/JX. 212627, RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Good Design. 23rd November, 1940. Age 57. Son of James and Elizabeth Wheeler; husband of Ethel Daisy Wheeler, of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.


Good Design

Panel 1, Column 3.

H.M.S.

WILSON : Second Hand JOHN

LT/JX. 199151. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Good Design. 23rd November, 1940. Age 27. Son of James and Jane Wilson; husband of Ann Thinn Wilson, of Edinburgh.


Grimsby Town

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ANDERSON : Seaman WILLIAM COWELL

LT/X. 20432A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Grimsby Town. 18th March, 1940. Age 23. Son of W!lliam Cowell Anderson and Alice Anderson; husband of Florence Evelyn Anderson, of Walton-le-Dale, Lancashire.


Gulfoss

Panel 7,Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BARTLETT : Sto. 2nd Cl. ROBERT WILLlAM

LT/SR 55719. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gullfoss. 9th March, 1941.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gulfoss

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JAPPY : Engineman WILLIAM

LT/X. 445EU. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Gullfoss. 9th March, 1941. Age 41. Husband of Annie Jappy, of Buckie, Banffshire.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gulfoss

Panel 6, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MAIR : Engineman JOSEPH

LT/X. 463EU. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Gulfoss. 9th March, 1941. Age 32. Husband of Mary Mair, of Buckie, Banffshire.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gulfoss

Panel 6, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McTIERNAN : Ord. Sea. GEORGE

LT/JX. 191731. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gulfoss. 9th March, 1941. Age 19. Son of John and Annie McTieman, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gulfoss

Panel 5, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MONAGHAN : Seaman. DAVID BELL

LT/JX. 180439. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gulfoss. 9th March, 1941. Age 43. Son of Denis and Sarah Jane Monaghan; husband of Charlotte Monaghan, of Fence Houses, Co. Durham.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gulfoss

Panel 5, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

OSLER : Ldg. Sea. GEORGE WILLIAM

LT/JX. 173948. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gulfoss. 9th March, 1941. Age 27. Son of George William and Mary OsIer, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gulfoss

Panel 5, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SMITH : Second Hand ERNEST

LT/JX. 215771. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gulfoss. 9th March, 1941. Age 27. Son of George and Ada Mary Smith, of Torry, Aberdeen.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gulfoss

Panel 4, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SWINDELLS : Sub-Lieut. GEORGE KENNETH

RNVR H.M. Trawler Gulfoss. 9th March, 1941. Age 29.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Gulfoss

Panel 7, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

THOMPSON : Sto. WALTER MONKHOUSE

LT/KX. 103827. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Gulfoss. 9th March, 1941.

Notes and Comments: Purchased as minesweeper August 1939, sunk by mine in the Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Haarlem

Panel 9, Column 3.

H.M.S.

TAYLOR : Ord. Sea. LESLlE

LT/JX. 373266. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Haarlem. 24th December, 1942.


Hannibal

Panel 14, Column 1.

H.M.S.

BROWN : Seaman TERENCE PATRICK

LT/JX. 405112. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Hannibal. 21st February, 1944. Age 19. Son of Michael and Ellen Brown, of St. Helens, Lancashire.


Hannibal

Panel 14, Column 3.

H.M.S.

RADFORD : Seaman JAMES

LT/JX. 287774. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Hannibal. 21st February, 1944. Age 22. Son of George and Helen Ellis Radford, of Leeds, Yorkshire.


Harvest Gleaner

Panel 2, Column 2.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

LANGRIDGE : Seaman MAURICE GEORGE

LT/JX. 176573. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Harvest Gleaner. 28th October, 1940. Age 22. Son of Frederick George and Gertrude Elizabeth Langridge, of Newhaven, Sussex.


Harvest Gleaner

Panel 3, Column 1.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

SWABY : Ord. Sea. ARTHUR

LT/IX. 213700. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter Harvest Gleaner. 28th October, 1940. Age 24. Son of Arthur and Sarah Ann Swaby; husband of Norah Swaby, of Cleckheaton, Yorkshire.


Haybum Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOOPER : Ord. Sigmn. JACK

LT/JX. 340671. RN. Patrol. Service. H.M. Trawler Haybum Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 20. Son of Frank and Lilian Maud Hooper, of Bideford, Devon.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BASS : Steward FREDERICK

LT/LX. 571979. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 20. Son of Frederick and Harriett Ann Bass, of Wandsworth, London.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BREWSTER : Seaman ARTHUR

LT/JX. 189872. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CARRINGTON : Seaman GEORGE WILLIAM

LT/JX. 372556. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 22. Son of William and Doris Elizabeth Carrington, of Cullingworth, Yorkshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CHARLTON : Sto. BENJAMIN PETER

LT/KX. 120082. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 28. Son of William Henry John and Hannah Celia Charlton, of Croydon, Surrey.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

FERRIE : Sto. DANIEL

LT/KX. 104953. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 25. Son of Peter and Euphemia Feme, of Fallside, Uddingston, Lanarkshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 16, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GARDNER : Ldg. Sea. JOHN GEORGE

LT/JX. 202175. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 35. Son of William and Clara Gardner, of Hull; husband of Florence Irene Gardner, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MARRIOTT : Engineman DAVID

LT/KX. 148971. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 29. Son of James Edward and Mary Elisebeth Marriott.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

McMILLAN : Seaman ROBERT ALEXANDER

LT/JX. 272586. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 43. Son of William and Mary McMillan, of Rothesay, Buteshire; husband of Ellen Dyer McMillan, of Rothesay, Buteshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MURPHY : Seaman THOMAS

LT/JX. 264478. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 33. Son of William and Annie Murphy, of Liverpool; husband of Ellen Murphy, of Liverpool.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

REEKIE : Engineman ANDREW

LT/KX. 124663. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 30. Son of William and Marion Reekie, of Leith, Edinburgh.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ROGERS : Telegraphist WALTER ARTHUR

LT/JX. 341305. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Son of Albert and Emma Rogers; husband of Margaret Ellen Rogers, of Hornchurch, Essex.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SHARMAN : Ch. Engineman HARRY SPlCER, DSM

LT/KX. 105182, RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 46. Son of John and Mary Anne Sharman, of Lowestoft, Suffolk; husband of Dorothy Marion Sharman, of Lowestoft.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 16, Column 2.

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Trawler

SMITH : Skipper EDWARD ROBERT

RNR. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 42. Son of Edward Gould Smith and Annabella Smith, of Edinburgh; husband of Helen Gibb Smith, of Edinburgh.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SPEAR : Sto. WILLIAM JAMES

LT/KX. 121742. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 30. Son of WiIliam and Isabella Spear, of Liverpool.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SWEENEY : Cook THOMAS

LT/MX. 34186. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WAITE : Seaman HAROLD ROY

LT/JX. 299522. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 24. Son of Harry Waite, and of Alice Waite, of Lincoln.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WHITE : Seaman RAYMOND

LT/JX. 206563. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Son of Charles and Bessie White; husband of Lorraine White, of Salcott, Essex.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WHITE : Seaman RONALD JAMES

LT/JX. 284968. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Son of James and Martha White; husband of Bessie White, of BoIton, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

Panel 16, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WILSON : Skipper Lieut. FRANCIS

RNR. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945. Age 43. Husband of J. Wilson, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hayburn Wyke

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WRIGHT : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 228620. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hayburn Wyke. 2nd January, 1945.

Notes and Comments: Hired as auxilliary patrol vessel May 1940, converted to minesweeper 1941, sunk by torpedo whilst at anchor off Ostend (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hebe

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M.S.

SYMES : Sigmn. FREDERICK DAVID

LT/JX. 223278. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Hebe. 22nd November, 1943. Age 26. Son of Frederick Levi Symes and Emily Gertrude Travers Symes, of Uploders, Dorsetshire.


Helicon

Panel 17, Column 1.

H.M.S.

McCOY : Seaman JOHN

LT/JX. 242118. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Helicon. 17th September, 1945. Age 42. Son of Edward and Mary McCoy, of Fleetwood, Lancashire; husband of Lily McCoy, of Fleetwood.


Hickory

Panel 3, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ANGEL : Engineman LUKE TURNER

LT/KX. 105059. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 49. Son of Luke T. and Ellen Angel, of Grimsby, Lincoln­shire; husband of Minnie Angel, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

Panel 2, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

BURNS : Seaman WILLIAM EDWARD

LT/IX. 185705. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 24. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Burns; husband of Ester Burns.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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Trawler

DAVID : Second Hand WILLlAM DAVIES

LT/180316. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 27. Husband of Hilda David, of Fleetwood, Lanca­shire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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Trawler

DOCHERTY : Sto. HUGH

LT/KX. 107509. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

Panel 3, Column 1.

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Trawler

EWART : Ord. Sea. GEORGE

LT/JX. 176352. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 22. Son of Robert and Mary E. Ewart, of Gateshead, Co. Durham.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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Trawler

GOURLAY : Seaman FRED

LT/JX. 210938. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory.. 22nd October, 1940. Age 26. Son of Fred and Ruth Gourlay, of Workington, Cumberland.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HILL : Seaman EDWARD

LT/X. 21196 A. RNR. (Patrol Serv:ice).. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 19.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

Panel 2, Column 2.

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Trawler

HOWARD : Seaman ALFRED VINCENT

LT/JX. 185689. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 37. Son of Vincent Howard and of Alice Maud Mary Howard (nee, Murdock); husband of Mary Agnes Howard (nee Bishop)).

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

HOWE : Ord. Sea. ALFRED

LT/JX. 176734. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

JACKSON : Lieut. CHARLES WILLIAM

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 34. Son of Charles and Maude Adelaide Jackson, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Kathleen Jackson, of Grimsby.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

Panel 1, Column 2.

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Trawler

KARLSEN : Lieut. ERLING KRISTIAN

RNR. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Son of Hugo and Anna Karlsen; husband of Alice Karlsen, of Tonsberg, Norway.

Notes or comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2). Native of Norway


Hickory

Panel 4, Column 1..

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Trawler

PARKER : Sto. 2nd Cl. ALBERT DANIEL

LT/KX. 107081. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 26. Son of Joseph and Jane Ann Parker, of Middles­brough, Yorkshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PARKER : Ord. Sea. HAROLD JAMES EDWARD

LT/JX. 179248. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 33. Son of James and Florence Ethel Parker, of Grantham, Lincolnshire.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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Trawler

PIERCE : Seaman STANLEY CHARLES

LT/JX. 183707. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 47. Son of Charles Edward and Jane Charlotte Pierce, of Margate; husband of Flora Elizabeth Pierce, of Margate.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

Panel 4, Column-1.

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Trawler

REID : Sto. GEORGE

LT/KX. 115390. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

Panel 3, Column 1.

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Trawler

RIDDLES : Ord. Sea. JOHN JAMES

LT/JX. 192170. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 27. Son of James Charles and Agnes Riddles, of Southampton.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ROBINSON : Ord. Sea. WALTER

LT/JX. 186594. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 28. Son of WaIter and Margaret Robinson; husband of Isabella Robinson, of Honicknowle, Devon.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SKEDGE : Seaman-Steward RAYMOND ALLAN

LT/JX. 203865. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

SMURTHWAITE : Sto. 2nd Cl. JOHN

LT/KX. 103822. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 20. Son of William and Elizabeth Smurthwaite, of West Hartlepool, Co. Durham.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hickory

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H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WEEDON : Ord. Seaman-Steward GEORGE ALBERT

LT/JX. 196265. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Hickory. 22nd October, 1940. Age 21. Son of George Alfred and PhyIIis Annie Weedon, of Chelsea, London.

Notes and Comments: Hired as minesweeper February 1940, sunk by mine in Channel (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


High Tide

Panel 17, Column 3.

H.M. Drifter

Drifter

GIBBS : Ldg. Cook HOWELL DENNIS

LT/MX. 87435. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Drifter High Tide. 30th March, 1945. Husband of Greta Gibbs, of Holyhead, Anglesey.


Holly

Panel 9, Column 3.

H.M.S.

ALLAN : Ch. Engineman DAVID GOLDIE BOOTH

LT/KX. 97919. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Holly. 12th July, 1942. Age 28. Son of George and Jemima Ann Allan of Aberdeen; husband of Winifred Brand Allan of Aberdeen.


Horatio

Panel 10, Column 3.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

ANDREWS : Lieut. NORMAN ROBERT

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 32. Son of Albert Edward and Nellie Maud Andrews; husband of Phoebe Andrews, of PurIey, Surrey.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 11, Column 2.

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Trawler

BLACKWELL : Seaman HENRY ROBERT

LT/JX. 263493. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 30. Son of Ernest and Ada Ellen Blackwell, of Goole, Yorkshire.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

BRAINCH : Sto. NORMAN RONALD

LT/KX. 148468. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. . Age 20. Son of Henry and Edith Alice Brainch, of Marlow, Buckinghamshire.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 11, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CAMBURN : Ldg. Sea. ERNEST

LT/IX. 241575. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 32. Son of Charles and Davida Camburn, of Whitstable, Kent.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

CHALMERS : Ldg. Sea. lAMES WILLIAM

LT/X. 21225 A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Son of William Grant Chalmers and Florence Chalmers; husband of Marjorie Chalmers, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

CRITTENDEN : Engineman JOHN LESLIE

LT/KX. 103170. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 36. Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur Crittenden, of Gravesend, Kent; husband of Bridy Gertrude Crittenden, of Denton, Gravesend.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

CROSBY : Lieut. JOHN RUTHERFORD

Mentioned in Despatches. RNVR. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 25. Son of John C. and Janette Brechin Crosby; husband of Sheila Mary Somerville Crosby, of Troon, Ayrshire.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

CUMMINS : Ldg. Sto. ALFRED THOMAS

LT/X. 4027 T. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 36. husband of Eliza Rhoda Cummins, of Gravesend, Kent. ,

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 11, Column 2.

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Trawler

HEARD : Ldg. Sea. PETER

LT/JX. 225030. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 36. Husband of Ida M. Heard, of Tollesbury, Essex.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 12, Column 2.

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Trawler

KELLETT : Engineman WILLIAM

LT/JX. 126766. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Son of WilIiam and E. KeIlett, of Macclesfield, Cheshire.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 11, Column 3.

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Trawler

LANGFORD : Seaman RICHARD

LT/JX. 241079. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

LARDER : Seaman CHRISTOPHER GEORGE

LT/JX. 177544. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Addenda Panel.

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Trawler

LEMKEY : Lieutenant CHARLES ALFRED

Mentioned in Despatches. RNR. H.M.S. Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 40. Son of Charles and Jessie Lemkey; husband of Lydia Lemkey, of South Shields, Co. Durham.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

McDONALD : Sto. THOMAS

LT/KX. 106454. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 34. Son of Martin and Mary McDonald, of Liverpool.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 12, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

PENDLE : Seaman JOHN NORTON HAKEN

LT/JX. 206587. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 33. Son of John Haken Pendle and Kate Haken Pendle; husband of Mary Doris Pendle, of Leiston, Suffolk.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 13, Column 2.

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Trawler

PLATT : Asst. Steward NORMAN TREVOR

LT/LX. 31716. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 19. Son of Norman Platt, and of Louisa Platt, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

RICHARDS : Seaman FRANCIS VICTOR

LT/JX. 242672. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 20. Son of Frank and Kate Richards, of Milford Haven, Pembroke shire.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

ROPER : Lieut. DAVID ROBERT VAUGHAN

RNVR. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 28. Son of Bennett and Martha Roper, of St. Fagan's, Glamorgan. Chartered Accountant.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 13, Column 1.

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Trawler

ROWE : Ldg. Cook ALBERT EDWARD

LT/MX. 84869. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 13, Column 1.

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Trawler

SAVAGE : Sto. ERNEST ARTHUR DONALD

LT/KX. 124739. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 34. Son of Thomas A. and Martha E. Savage, of Patchway, Gloucestershire.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

SELLARS : Sto. 2nd Cl. HAROLD WILSON

LT/KX. 149059. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Native of Newfoundland.

Notes or comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2). Native of Newfoundland


Horatio

Panel 13, Column 2.

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Trawler

WALSH : Ldg. Sea. PATRICK JOSEPH

LT/JX. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 40. Son of Nicholas and Ellen Walsh, of Fermeuse, New­foundland.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 13, Column 2.

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Trawler

WEBB : Ldg. Steward ALFRED HENRY

LT/LX. 27536. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 24. Son of Charles and Eliza Violet Webb, of Bracknell, Berkshire.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

WELBURN : Ch. Engineman JOHN HENRY HARDY

LT/JX. 124507. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Husband of Florence Welbum, of Hull.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 13, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WHITCHER : Cook STANLEY REGINALD

LT/MX. 94363. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

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Trawler

WILKINSON : Ldg. Sea. THOMAS

LT/JX. 195928. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 47. Son of Thomas Witty Wilkinson and Flora Beatrice Elizabeth Wilkinson, of Sheffield.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Horatio

Panel 11, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

WYLIE : Ldg. Sea. JAMES ERNEST ROBERT

LT/JX. 209272. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Horatio. 7th January, 1943. Age 28. Son of Thomas and Harriet Wylie, of Lowestoft, Suffolk; husband of Ellen Wylie, of Lowestoft.

Notes and Comments: built for minesweeping and anti-submarine duties, launched August 1940, sunk by Italian MTB in western Mediterranean (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


Hornbeam

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H.M.S.

WINNICOTT : Seaman FREDERICK WALTER JAMES

LT/JX. 166290. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Hornbeam. 21st July, 1944. Age 31. Son of Waiter James Winnicott and Alidia Winnicott; husband of Constance Matilda Beatrice Winnicott, of Wick, Sussex.


Hoxa

Panel 12, Column 2.

H.M.S.

STONE : Ch. Enginemim SAMUEL PETER

LT/KX. 115526. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Hoxa. 12th July, 1943. Age 39. Husband of Olive Gertrude Stone, of Willerby, Yorkshire.


Hurworth

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H.M.S.

DALEY : Sto. THOMAS PAUL

LT/KX. 102093. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Hurworth. 22nd October, 1943. Age 37. Son of Thomas and Mary Daley, of Liverpool; husband of Ellen Daley, of Liverpool;


Invertay

Panel 8, Column 2.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MURRAY : Second Hand RODERICK FINLAYSON

LT/JX. 219601. RN. Patrol Service. H.M. Trawler Invertay. 29th December, 1942. Age 32. Son of Andrew and Helen Finlayson Murray; husband of Rose Murray, of Aberdeen.


Isis

Panel 15, Column 3.

H.M.S.

FLETCHER : Sto. JOHN

LT/KX. 99387. RN. Patrol Service. H.M.S. Isis. 20th July, 1944. Age 26. Son of John and Jane Dixon Fletcher, of North Shields, Northumberland.


James Ludford

Panel 1, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

CRICHTON : Seaman ALEXANDER

LT/X. 7989 C. RN.R (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler James Ludford. 14th December, 1939. Age 31. Son of Roderick and Margaret Crichton, of Bayble, Isle of Lewis.


James Ludford

Panel 1, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

GRAHAM : Seaman MALCOLM

LT/X. 7618C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler James Ludford. 14th December, 1939.

Notes and Comments: Mersey class trawler, minesweeping duites 1939, sunk by mine in Tyne area (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


James Ludford

Panel 1, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MAIN : Seaman ALEXANDER KING

LT/X. 18718A. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler James Ludford. 14th December, 1939. Age 23. Son of William and Jessie King Main, of Burg­head, Morayshire.

Notes and Comments: Mersey class trawler, minesweeping duites 1939, sunk by mine in Tyne area (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


James Ludford

Panel 1, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MATHESON : Seaman ALEXANDER

LT/X. 7765C. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler James Ludford. 14th December, 1939. Age 31. Son of Norman and Kate Matheson, of Barvas, Isle of Lewis.

Notes and Comments: Mersey class trawler, minesweeping duites 1939, sunk by mine in Tyne area (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


James Ludford

Panel 1, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

MEREDITH : Seaman MATTHEW WATSON

LT/X. 7313c. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler James Ludford. 14th December, 1939.

Notes and Comments: Mersey class trawler, minesweeping duites 1939, sunk by mine in Tyne area (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


James Ludford

Panel 1, Column 1.

H.M. Trawler

Trawler

STOWELL : Seaman WILLIAM CHARLES

LT/X. 10322B. RNR. (Patrol Service). H.M. Trawler James Ludford. 14th December, 1939. Son of William Charles and Susan Stowell, of Douglas, Isle of Man.

Notes and Comments: Mersey class trawler, minesweeping duites 1939, sunk by mine in Tyne area (Colledge: Ships RN Vol2)


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