The Crew and Memorial Roll of HMS Mary Rose WWI


     Roll of Honour of HMS Mary Rose Crew   

(includes links for each man to the ‘livesofthefirstworldwar’ website, where the crew members are also remembered)

FOX, Charles Leonard, Lieutenant Commander Age 33

BAVIN, Anthony James, Lieutenant Age 23

CLEGHORN, William Howie, Engineer Lieutenant Commander Age 36

BARCLAY, Ivan Curror Christie, Ty/Surgeon Probationer, RNVR Age 22

PERKINS, Robert Ernest, Chief Petty Officer, 175303 (Ch) Age 39

MARKS, Richard, Petty Officer, 195449 (Ch) Age 35

BOLTON, Arthur Stanley, Petty Officer, 236901 (Ch) Age 27

MILLIGAN, Hamilton Herries, Officer’s Cook 2c, L 9804 (Ch) Age 27

CLISSOLD, Henry Joseph, Leading Cook’s Mate, M 193 (Ch) Age 28

TEEAR, Thomas Edward, Officers’ Steward 12c, L 7609 (Dev) Age 25

CAINS, John Reuben, Leading Signalman, J 18944 (Ch) Age 20

HANCOCK, Isaac, Gunner Age 42

MOIR, Archibald Douglas, Midshipman Age 17

POLWARTH, William, Chief Engine Room Artificer 4c, 270696 (Ch) Age 37

BROWN, Thomas, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 3717 (Ch) Age 32

HEPWORTH, Joseph Arnold Leslie, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 14881 (Ch) Age 23

COXON, Ernest William, Engine Room Artificer, RNR, EA 1693 Age 35

HAYWARD, William, Leading Telegraphist, J 14394 (Ch) Age 21

LEVER, Cyril Harry, Ordinary Telegraphist, J 39633 (Dev) Age 18

HEALDS, Frederick F, Leading Seaman, 178988 Age 38

LAINCHBURY, William, Leading Seaman, 225502 (Ch) Age 31

PATON, George Turner, Leading Seaman, 221513 (Ch) Age 30

CASEMAN, James Albert, Leading Seaman, 222145 (Ch) Age 32

DOVER, Henry Joseph, Ordinary Seaman, J 46578 (Ch) Age 21

DYMOND, Joseph C, Ordinary Seaman, J 46344 (Ch) Age 21

HOLDEN, Alfred, Ordinary Seaman, J 51186 (Po) Age 32

PREST, Alfred, Ordinary Seaman, J 63240 Age 38

SIMMONS, Robert, Ordinary Seaman, J 36290 (Po) Age 18

BLACKWOOD, William John, Able Seaman, 213650 (Ch) Age 35

BOWDEN, Henry George, Able Seaman, SS 6094 (Ch) Age 21

ELMER, Albert Charles, Able Seaman, J 20233 (Ch) Age 21

CARSE, Daniel Elliott, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 9276 Age 30

COLLETT, Frederick James, Able Seaman, J 46313 (Ch) Age 21

DANN, Leonard Edward, Able Seaman, J 26346 (Po) Age 20

CLARK, John, Able Seaman, 207167 (Po) Age 34

CLARKE, Alexander Alfred Cairo, Able Seaman, 199515 (Dev) Age 34

ASPLAND, William Bertie, Able Seaman, J 27492 (Ch) Age 19

AVERY, Henry, Able Seaman, J 31722 (Ch) Age 18

BELL, John Edward, Able Seaman, J 37754 (Dev) Age 20

BARRACLOUGH, Dennis Hammond, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 10400 Age 26

FRENCH, Albert Edward, Able Seaman, 234666 (Ch) Age 28

GILL, Cyril Bertram Leonard, Able Seaman, SS 3263 (Ch) Age 25

GLYN, Herbert Charles, Able Seaman, J 35641 (Ch) Age 20

GRANT, Charles Harry, Able Seaman, J 46342 (Ch) Age 21

GRIFFIN, Harry John, Able Seaman, SS 4551 (Ch) Age 22

HIBBLE, Douglas Charles, Able Seaman, J 27502 (Ch) Age 20

HOLEWELL, James J, Able Seaman, 224826 (Ch) Age 30

HOUSTON, Thomas, Able Seaman (RFR B 4430), 205531 (Ch) Age 33

JONES, William Richard, Able Seaman, RNVR, Wales Z 2828 Age 26

LOWE, Bertie B, Able Seaman, J 51704 (Ch) Age 20

MUGGLETON, Reginald Samuel, Able Seaman, J 16169 (Ch) Age 22

REED, Alfred, Able Seaman, 213434 (Ch) Age 31

PHILO, Charles John, Able Seaman, 150621 (Ch) Age 43

TOMS, Frederick James, Able Seaman, J 25702 (Dev) Age 21

RYAN, Edward, Christopher, Able Seaman, J 47790 (Ch) Age 29

SUGDEN, Thomas Edward, Able Seaman, 217373 (Ch) Age 32

SUMMERVILLE, Richard, Able Seaman, J 25733 (Ch) Age 19

SEDGE, William Alfred, Stoker Petty Officer, K 2977 (Ch) Age 28

CROWHURST, Archie Arthur, Stoker Petty Officer, K 8223 (Ch) Age 26

DUFFY, Alexander Thomas, Stoker Petty Officer, 310731 (Ch) Age 29

RICHARDS, John J, Stoker Petty Officer, 309587 (Ch) Age 30

SPENCER, Alfred Henry, Act/Stoker Petty Officer, 303869 (Ch) Age 32

INGRAM, John, Chief Stoker, 284222 (Ch) Age 40

ROBINSON, Alfred George, Leading Stoker, 307831 (Po) Age 31

HONEYSETT, Frederick John, Leading Stoker, K 8193 (Ch) Age 25

LUFF, Henry James, Leading Stoker, K 18123 (Po) Age 24

SMALLEY, Harry, Act/Leading Stoker, K 7481 (Ch) Age 26

BRIGHT, Albert Edward, Stoker 1c, K 15549 (Ch) Age 23

BOLTON, Thomas William, Stoker 1c, K 28799 (Ch) Age 29

CHAMBERS, Arthur John Askew, Stoker 1c, K 33586 (Po) Age 25

JANE, Sydney Edgar, Stoker 1c, K 26251 (Ch) Age 20

WALKER, Albert Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 28139 (Ch) Age 20

WARD, Charles Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 26128 (Ch) Age 20

WHITING, Arthur Sidney, Stoker 1c, K 26104 (Ch) Age 20

WOOSTER, Albert Edward, Stoker 1c, K 6995 (Ch) Age 29

O’NEILL, Harry John, Stoker 1c, K 27373 (Ch) Age 21

OGILVIE, Francis Hay, Stoker 1c, K 33760 (Po) Age 32

PAVITT, Frederick Benjamin, Stoker 1c, 280876 (Ch) Age 41

PERRY, Herbert James, Stoker 1c, SS 116079 (Ch) Age 21

CLARKE, Frederick William, Stoker 1c, 285574 (Ch) Age 41

HILLS, Henry John, Stoker 1c, K 28369 (Ch) Age 38

KING, Thomas John, Stoker 1c, K 29184 (Ch) Age 32

KNIGHT, Frederick Cyril, Stoker 1c, K 12028 (Ch) Age 22

FAIRWEATHER, Jack Ryan, Stoker 2c, K 40836 (Ch) Age 19

BASS, Henry William, Signalman, J. 20860. (Ch) Age 21

The Survivors

BAILEY, John Frederick, Ordinary Seaman

DEVERILL, Joseph William, Able Seaman

FREEMAN, John Richard Dudley, Sub-Lieut

GRUMMITT, Ernest William, Able Seaman

LOUGHRAN, Michael, Able Seaman

MARSH, Frederick William, Sub-Lieut

McLEOD, William, Able Seaman

SKIDMORE, James, Able Seaman

STEDMAN, David, Officer’s Cook 2nd Class

WEBB, Walter, Petty Officer


HMS Mary Rose WW1 100th Anniversary October 2017

This event is being organised to Remember of the Crew of HMS Mary Rose WWI, who lost their lives fighting for their King and Country and the survivors of the days event and to ‘Remember Them’ on this 100th anniversary.

The events start on the 13th October 2017 with a round trip by myself visiting the Naval memorials at Plymouth, Portsmouth and finishing at Chatham on the 17th October 2017.

In case of the visits to Plymouth & Portsmouth the event will start at 11am with a Roll Call of the men who served on HMS Mary Rose and who are recorded at these memorials and then the Wreath laying.

The main event is to be held at Chatham Naval Memorial at 11am on the 17th October 2017 the 100th anniversary date, where a service or Remembrance and a Wreath laying will take place.

(see links below for location details. If you clink on the map tab on the CWGC site, you will see how easy it is to find the memorial and below each event title you will see the Order of Service for each location in pdf)

Centenary Event: Day 1 – Plymouth

HMS Mary Rose Remembrance centenary 2017


Centenary Remembrance

of HMS Mary Rose

11am 13thh October 2017

Plymouth Naval Memorial, Hoe Park, Armada Way,

The Promenade, Plymouth

Wreath Laying by Sue Church

Plymouth Naval memorial

Sue’s Write Up: The first of the Wreath layings was going to be an emotional one, as it’s where my TEEAR, Thomas Edward, Officers Steward 12c, L 7609 (Dev) Age 25 is recorded, along with fellow crew members:

HANCOCK, Isaac, Gunner Age 42

BELL, John Edward, Able Seaman, J 37754 (Dev) Age 20

CLARKE, Alexander Alfred Cairo, Able Seaman, 199515 (Dev) – Age 34

JONES, William Richard, Able Seaman, RNVR, Wales Z 2828 Age 26

TOMS, Frederick James, Able Seaman, J 25702 (Dev) Age 21

Information board on Plymouth Naval Memorial – Credit: Sue Church
HMS Mary Rose Wreath – Credit: Sue Church

At 11 o’clock on Friday 13th October 2017 on a dull overcast morning and with dense fog rolling in from the sea, I laid my wreath at the Plymouth Naval memorial,  this was followed by two minutes silence and then the Last Post was played via a link on the Royal British Legion website. I took the time to view all the men on this memorial and took some photo’s. Here are a few to share with you.

The Poppies on Tour – Credit: Sue Church


I was thrilled to learn just before my visit that the Poppies from the Tower of London would be on tour & be here in Plymouth at the same time. Seeing them beautifully  arranged at the memorial, was a awesome site, very moving and especially seeing them at night time.


Plymouth Naval Memorial Panels at Night – Credit: Sue Church
Plymouth Naval Memorial Panels at Night – Credit: Sue Church


It was whilst I was talking to one of the team of staff on hand to help visitors with information or just hear their stories, I was told that at 6pm on Friday evenings, the Last Post would be played by a Bugler. This was a very special and moving moment, one I will NEVER forget!!!

Poppies on Tour display board – Credit: Sue Church




Centenary Event: Day 2 – Portsmouth

HMS Mary Rose Remembrance centenary 2017


Centenary Remembrance

of HMS Mary Rose

11am 15h October 2017

Portsmouth Naval Memorial,

Clarence Esplanade, Portsmouth

Wreath Laying by Sue Church

Portsmouth Naval memorial:

Information board on Portsmouth Naval Memorial – Credit: Liz Jones

Sue’s Write Up: At 11 o’clock on Sunday 15th October 2017 on a much clearer day than in Plymouth, I laid the Wreath at Portsmouth Naval Memorial, remembering HMS Mary Rose crew members who are recorded here:


LEVER, Cyril Harry, Ordinary Telegraphist, J 39633 (Dev) – Age 18

SIMMONS, Robert, Ordinary Seaman, J 36290 (Po) – Age 18

Robert Simmons Panel 25 – Credit: Liz Jones

DANN, Leonard Edward, Able Seaman, J 26346 (Po) – Age 20

CLARK, John, Able Seaman, 207167 (Po) – Age 34

Henry James Luff Panel 26 – Credit Liz Jones

ROBINSON, Alfred George, Leading Stoker, 307831 (Po) – Age 31 

LUFF, Henry James, Leading Stoker, K 18123 (Po) – Age 24

Arthur John Askew Chamber Panel 26 – Credit: Liz Jones

CHAMBERS, Arthur John Askew, Stoker 1c, K 33586 (Po) – Age 25

OGILVIE, Francis Hay, Stoker 1c, K 33760 (Po) – Age 32




This time I was accompanied by my friend Liz Jones (who also has a couple of One-Name Studies registered with the Guild of One-name Studies, in the names of Denman & Wilsman) Liz was also on hand to take plenty of photo’s which I’m adding some here and a video (which has to be edited first, then I’ll post here too). We read out the names of all the crew members recorded here and played the Last Post via the link on the Royal British Legion website.


Sue Church reflecting on the names on the Panels at Portsmouth after laying the Wreath – Credit: Liz Jones


Centenary Event: Day 3 – Chatham 

HMS Mary Rose Remembrance centenary 2017


Centenary Remembrance

of HMS Mary Rose

11am 17th October 2017

Chatham Naval Memorial

51 King Bastion Road

Gillingham ME75DQ

Historical introduction and welcome to the service

by Sue Church


The Service is led by

The Revd. Fr.David Wylie Royal Navy

Chaplain HMS Collingwood

Chatham Naval Memorial:

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Sue’s Write Up: The final event on my 6 day tour to remember the crew of HMS Mary Rose on this 100th anniversary, was always going to be a VERY emotional one. During my research over the last 5 years, I have learnt of the hardships men serving in the Royal Navy endured during War time. On my own voyage of discovery to learn more about the events of the 17th October 1917, I have learnt a lot about the Ultimate act a man or woman can make, giving their lives for King and Country. But, HMS Mary Rose was only one of TWO Royal Navy ships caught up in this incident, HMS Strongbow was the second Class M Destroyer in the convoy on this fateful day. Having tried unsuccessfully to contact anyone who was ‘Remembering’ HMS Strongbow on this day too, I was SO pleased on the morning of the 17th October, to have been contacted on the project Facebook page, by Carl Lewis and his father Roger Lewis, who were also planning to lay a wreath on behalf of the crew of HMS Strongbow and asked if they could join in our event and service. Having Carl Lewis and his family attending this service made it a truly special day for me and the other family members present.

Michael Webb and Sue Church with Royal British Legion representatives: Geoff Lees and John Clayton waiting at Chatham Naval Memorial gates – Credit: Frank Baldwin



Carl Lewis with Royal British Legion representatives: Geoff Lees and John Clayton waiting at Chatham Naval Memorial gates – Credit: Frank Baldwin




Service attendees arriving at Chatham Naval Memorial – Credit: Frank Baldwin
Service attendees arriving at Chatham Naval Memorial – Credit: Frank Baldwin








So under a dull sky we all gathered together at 10:30 at Chatham Naval Memorial, in attendance were:

The Rev’d. Fr.David Wylie Royal Navy (Chaplain HMS Collingwood)

Michael Webb – relative of Walter Webb (HMS Mary Rose Survivor)

John Glyn – relative of Herbert Charles Glyn (HMS Mary Rose)

Sue Church– relative of Thomas Edward Teear (HMS Mary Rose)

Frank Baldwin – cousin of myself (Chief Photographer)

Carl Lewis – relative John William Lewis (HMS Strongbow) with his wife, Jennifer, father & mother Roger and Linda Lewis

Geoff LeesJohn Clayton (Royal British Legion)

Chatham Naval Memorial Service attendees – Credit: Frank Baldwin



The days event started with a historical introduction by myself, followed by Rev’d Fr. David Wylie who lead a very moving service, which at times I found it difficult to join in vocally (See link below for the Order of Service)

HMS Mary Rose Remembrance centenary 2017


100th Anniversary Memorial Service at Chatham Naval Memorial on the 17th October 2017 – Credit: Frank Baldwin


Sue Church delivering a historical introduction to proceedings – Credit: Frank Baldwin






Sharpe family of New Zealand – Jim (76), Fred (78), Hilda (81), Tom (83), Bob (85), Jack (86) – Credit: Carl Lewis

Carl Lewis told me on the day, that this 100th Anniversary was also being remembered by the Sharpe family of New Zealand, who’s father Walter Sharpe aged 19 years old and was serving himself on HMS Strongbow.  He had spent 3 hours in the sea before being rescued by a fishing boat off the coast of Shetland and so survived the attack. Family members remembering this event were Walter’s children: Jim, Fred, Hilda, Tom, Bob & Jack.

Thank You to the Sharpe family for your kind thoughts!!!

Sue Church, Michael Webb & John Glyn reading from the Roll of Honour for the HMS Mary Rose crew – Credit: Frank Baldwin

The service included the reading of all the crew names serving on HMS Mary Rose including the 10 Survivors, for this I am grateful to the assistance of Michael Webb and John Glyn, reading 89 names, one get’s a little tongue tired, it was quite apt that as we took turns reading the names, we each got to read our own family members name, quite emotional, I can tell you.

Roger Lewis, Carl Lewis, Sue Church, Michael Webb and John Glyn – Credit: Frank Baldwin



After the Roll of Honour was read out we held a two minutes silence which, was then followed by the ‘Last Post’ (ringing out eerily from my mobile phone) over the hill top, the Wreath laying’s were then made by Sue Church for HMS Mary Rose and by Carl Lewis for HMS Strongbow

Wreath Laying – Credit: Frank Baldwin


Wreath Laying – Credit: Frank Baldwin






HMS Strongbow & HMS Mary Rose wreaths and crosses of Remembrance, against the panels which recorded members of HMS Mary Rose – Credit: Frank Baldwin
Sue Church and Carl Lewis reading some of the names on the panels – Credit: Frank Baldwin







We paid our respects and then laid crosses against the panels with our crew members names, and then we all spent time reading the lists of never ending names.

Afterwards there was a Reception at the King Charles Hotel in Gillingham, where we all gathered for a much needed drink and eats and where we all reflected on the week and days events. United in our thoughts and Forever in Remembrance of these brave men who we have Remembered on this 100th Anniversary.

Credit: Frank Baldwin


Frank Baldwin Quote: “The whole event was incredibly moving and by the end I felt like I had taken part in a small but important piece of history. Well done Sue!””




The Future: I have an extensive collection of records as a result of my 5 year’s research of  the crew of HMS Mary Rose, a Facebook group and as a result of meeting up with Carl Lewis, I shall be further expanding this project to include research on the crew of HMS Strongbow. The Facebook group has been renamed the HMS Mary Rose & HMS Strongbow Memorial Group. I’m hoping by uniting at this 100th Anniversary Event, we can form a bond, that time can not change. I dearly hope that sometime in the future I can organise a event to display all my research and share with people the Lives of our brave Fallen from HMS Mary Rose and HMS Strongbow.


HMS Mary Rose -The Catalysts of my One-Name Study 

I joined the Guild of One-Names Studies in November 2012 after having attended a Maritime Seminar at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich which was being organised by the Guild and was open/as always to non-members. Thomas Edward Teear was the catalyst for my actions. Having found out about him in my own Family History research, that he was involved in a devastating attack in the North See during WWI involving a convoy of Merchant ships, HMS Mary Rose and HMS Strongbow and two German light cruisers SS Bremse and Brummer.

Finding there was little on the web about this, at the time. I was contacted by a lady in Canada Kristen Den Hartog (an author, who was doing some research for a new book she was working on as her grandmother’s brother was one of only 10 men who had survived the attack). So we joined forces and together with her sister Tracy Den Hartog Kasaboski, started to research the story and whole crew of HMS Mary Rose in order to find out as much as we could and make connections with Living family. This resulted in masses of data being collected and many contacts who were also interested in the story of HMS Mary Rose. In 2013 Kristen, Tracy and I met up at the National Archives in Kew, London to look at some official records in relation to the attack on the convoy.

I wanted to do ‘Something’ to remember the events of the 17th October 2017 in my own way and pay my respects to ALL the men who died in, yet another tragic event of war.

For this reason, I started the HMS Mary Rose WW1 100th Anniversary project.

‘In Remembrance’ of their courage & ultimate sacrifice and will include information, stories and photo’s, on the immediate family of the crew members, links to the story, links to related websites and other projects (including the initiative by the Imperial War Museum ‘Livesofthefirstworldwar’)


The Crew and their Families

Researching the Crew

Over 5 years of researching the HMS Mary Rose crew, has resulted in a large amount of photo’s,records (including many of their Naval Records from the National Archives) documents and information for most of the crew members, using the information from these records I have been able to draw up Individual Reports for them. (these are in alphabetical order, so just scroll down and click on a surname that interests you and you will see their report)

Individual Report William Bertie Aspland

Individual Report Henry Avery

Individual Report Ivan Curror Christie Barclay

Individual Report for Dennis Hammond BARRACLOUGH

Individual Report Henry William Bass

Individual Report for Anthony James Bavin

Individual Report John Edward Bell

Individual Report William John Blackwood

Individual Report Arthur Stanley Bolton

Individual Report Thomas William Bolton

Individual Report Henry George Bowden

Individual Report Albert Edward Bright

Individual Report Thomas Brown

Individual Report John Reuben Cains

Individual Report Daniel Elliott Carss Carse

Individual Report for James Albert Caseman

Individual Report Arthur John Askew Chambers

Individual Report Alexander Alfred Cairo Clarke

Individual Report Frank Clarke

Individual Report Frederick William Clarke

Individual Report for William Howie Cleghorn

Individual Report Henry Joseph Clissold

Individual Report Frederick James Collett

Individual Report Ernest William Coxon

Individual Report Archie Arthur Crowhurst

Individual Report Leonard Edward Dann

Individual Report Henry Joseph Dover

Individual Report Alexander Thomas Duffy

Individual Report Joseph Dymond

Individual Report Albert Charles Elmer

Individual Report Jack Ryan Fairweather

Individual Report for Charles Leonard Fox

Individual Report Albert Edward French

Individual Report Cyril Bertram Leonard Gill

Individual Report Herbert Charles Glyn

Individual Report Charles Harry Grant

Individual Report Harry John Griffin

Individual Report for Isaac Hancock

Individual Report William Hayward

Individual Report Frederick Healds

Individual Report Joseph Arnold Leslie Hepworth

Individual Report Douglas Charles Hibble

Individual Report Henry John Hills

Individual Report Alfred Holden

Individual Report James Holewell

Individual Report Frederick John Honeysett

Individual Report for Thomas Houston

Individual Report John Ingram

Individual Report Sydney Edgar Jane

Individual Report for Richard Jones

Individual Report Frederick Charles Knight

Individual Report William Lainchbury

Individual Report Cyril Harry Lever

Individual Report Bertie Lowe

Individual Report Henry James Luff

Individual Report Cyril Harry Lever

Individual Report Richard Marks

Individual Report Hamilton Herries Milligan

Individual Report for Archibald Douglas Moir

Individual Report Reginald Sam Muggleton

Individual Report Francis Hay Ogilvie

Individual Report Harry John O’Neill

Individual Report George Turner Paton

Individual Report for Frederick Benjamin Pavitt

Individual Report for Robert Ernest Perkins

Individual Report Herbert James Perry

Individual Report Charles John PHILO

Individual Report William Polwarth

Individual Report Alfred Prest

Individual Report Alfred Reed

Individual Report John Richards

Individual Report Alfred George Robinson

Individual Report Edward Christopher Ryan

Individual Report William Alfred Sedge

Individual Report Robert Simmons

Individual Report Harry Smalley

Individual Report Alfred Henry Spencer

Individual Report Thomas Edward Sugden

Individual Report Richard Summerville

Individual Report Thomas Edward Teear

Individual Report Frederick James Toms

Individual Report Albert Ernest Walker

Individual Report Charles Ernest Ward

Individual Report Arthur Sidney Whiting

Individual Report Albert Edward Wooster

Memorial Places – Where to find a Crew Member’s memorial

 Most of the crew members names can be found recorded at Chatham, Portsmouth and Plymouth Naval Memorials, some are also recorded nearer to home. However 4 men are buried in Lerwick and in Fredrikstad, Norway. (if you click on the link below the places mentioned below you will find information about each place. A link next to a name will take you to another memorial where they are recorded)

Plymouth Naval Memorial – 29th July 1924

Bell, John Edward
Hancock, Isaac
Teear, Thomas Edward
Toms, Frederick James

Portsmouth Naval Memorial – 15th October 1924

Chambers, Arthur John Askew
Clark, John
Clarke Alexander Alfred Cairo
Dann, Leonard Edward
Lever, Cyril Harry
Luff, Henry James
Ogilvie, Francis Hay
Robinson, Alfred George
Simmons, Robert

Chatham Naval Memorial – 26th April 1924

Aspland, William Bertie Hibble, Douglas Charles
Avery, Henry Hills, Henry John
Barclay, Ivan Curror Christie Holewell, James J
Barraclough, Dennis Hammond Honeysett, Frederick John
Bass, Henry William Houston Thomas T
Bavin, Anthony James Ingram, John
Blackwood, William John Jane, Sydney Edgar
Bolton, Arthur Stanley King, Thomas John
Bolton, Thomas William Knight, Frederick Charles
Bowden, Henry George Lainchbury, William
Bright, Albert Edward Lowe, Bertie B
Brown, Thomas Marks, Richard
Cains, John Reuben Milligan, Hailton Harries
Carss/Carse Daniel Elliott Moir, Archibald Douglas
Caseman, James Albert Muggleton, Reginald Samuel
Clarke Frederick William O’Neill, Harry John
Cleghorn, William Howie Paton, George Turner
Clissold, Henry Joseph Pavitt, Frederick Benjamin
Collett, Frederick James Perkins, Robert Ernest
Coxon, Ernest William Perry, Herbert James
Crowhurst, Archie Arthur Philo, Charles John
Duffy, Alexander Thomas Polwarth, William
Dymond, Joseph C Prest, Alfred
Fairweather, Jack Ryan Reed, Alfred
Fox, Charles Leonard Richards, John J
French, Albert Edward Ryan, Edward Christopher
Gill, Cyril Bertram Leonard Sedge, William Alfred
Glyn, Herbert Charles Smalley, Harry
Grant, Charles Harry Spencer, Alfred Henry
Griffin, Harry John Sugden, Thomas Edward
Hayward, William Summerville, Richard R
Healds, Frederick F Walker, Albert Ernest
Hepworth, Joseph Arnold Leslie Whiting, Arthur Sidney
Wooster, Albert Edward

Fredrikstad, Norway

Holden, Alfred
Ward, Charles Ernest

Lerwick, Shetland

Dover, Henry Joseph
Elmer, Albert Charles