HONOURS and GALLANTRY AWARDS
thanks to the London Gazette
29024 - 29 DECEMBER 1914
The KING (is) pleased to give orders for the following
appointments to the Most Honourable Order of the Bath:
To be Ordinary Members of the Military Division of the
Third Class, or Companions, of the said Most
Captain Noel Grant, R.N., (H.M.S. "Carmania").
Commander James Barr, R.N.R., (H.M.S. "Carmania").
To be Companions of the Distinguished Service Order.
Lieutenant-Commander Edmund Laurence Braithwaite Lockyer, His
Majesty's Ship "Carmania."
29123 - 9 APRIL 1915
To receive the Distinguished Service Cross:
For services in the action between H.M.S. "Carmania"
and the German Armed Merchant Cruiser "Cap
Trafalgar," on 14th September, 1914, when the latter
vessel was sunk:
Chief Gunner Henry Middleton
Acting Sub Lieutenant George Frederick Dickens,
Midshipman (now Acting Sub Lieutenant) Douglas Nowell
To receive the Distinguished Service Medal
For services in the action between the "Carmania"
and the "Cap Trafalgar," 14th September,
John Walker Jones, Chief Petty Officer, ON 116929
(RFR Po A 979)
Robert Walter Andrews, Chief Petty Officer, O N
143783 (RFR Po A 3472)
Charles Ware, Petty Officer, R.N., O.N. 173515.
William Frederick Clark, 2nd Yeoman of Signals, O.N.
220953 (R.F.R. Po. B.3406).
Albert Edward Mitchell, Armourer, R.N., O.N. 342296.
William Samuel Dyer, Serjeant, R.M.A., R.F.R.,
Richard Robert Branake, Gunner, R.M.A., R.F.R.,
William Ernest Wadsworth, Private, R.M.L.I., R.F.R.,
Arthur Stanley Fletcher, Seaman, R.N.R., 3746 B.
John Hanlon, Seaman, R.N.R., 3177 C.
Matthew Green, Chief Steward.
Thomas Adams, Officers' Steward (3rd Class).