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  1918-1939 - Casualty Lists of the Royal Navy and Dominion Navies
Researched & compiled by Don Kindell

by Name - ABBAS to BYRON

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Notes:

(1) Casualty information in order - Surname, First name, Initial(s), Rank and part of the Service other than RN (RNR, RNVR, RFR etc), Service Number (ratings only, also if Dominion or Indian Navies), (on the books of another ship/shore establishment, O/P on passage), Fate

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ABBAS, Habid B, Seedie Stoker, Aden 401, Triad, 8 April 1924, illness

ABBAS, Sulman, Lascar Stoker 1c (no service number listed), Bramble, 4 September 1919, illness

ABBILL, Rowland G, Able Seaman, J 34950, Argus, 9 May 1927, illness

ABBOT, Reginald F V, Able Seaman, J 31489, Centaur, 18 July 1919, illness

ABBOTT, Edgar G, Petty Officer, J 108344, Medway, 5 March 1938, died

ABBOTT, Harry, Officer's Steward 3c, LX 20348, Pembroke, 31 October 1929, road accident, killed

ABBOTT, Henry N, Lieutenant, RNR, Singleton Abbey, Swansea, Wales, 9 July 1931, drowned

ABBOTT, William F C, Deck Hand, MMR (no service number listed), North Star II, 6 February 1919, illness

ABDI, Ahmed, Seedie, (no service number listed), Cornflower, 21 February 1925, illness

ABDILLA, Paul, Petty Officer Steward, E/LX 20219, Duncan, 31 May 1934, illness

ABDULLAH, Ahmed, Seedie Stoker, (no service number listed), Crocus, 25 January 1928, died

ABDULLAH, Zariut, Seedie (no service number listed), Britomart, 11 September 1919, illness

ABLETT, John G, Sick Berth Attendant, P/M 38616, RN Hospital, Haslar, 9 January 1934, illness

ABLETT, Joseph H, Sick Berth Steward, 351615, Undaunted, 21 November 1918, illness

ABRAHAM, Arthur, Petty Officer, C/J 18810, Valiant, 20 February 1935, drowned

ABURROW, Cecil F J, Able Seaman, J 4284 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

 

ACHESON, Lon S, Commander, Royal Navy (ex-Godetia), 28 June 1934, illness

ACOURT, John J, Leading Signalman, P/J 26116, Hawkins, 17 August 1933, illness

ACTON, Fitzmaurice, Commander, HM Coast Guard, 7 August 1920, illness

ACWORTH, Richard F, Act/Sub Lieutenant, Course at Portsmouth, 27 June 1930, illness

 

ADAM, Herbert A, Captain, Pembroke, 27 September 1920, illness

ADAM, William, Gunner, RMA, RMA 13580, Hercules, 6 May 1920, died

ADAMS, Albert A B, Boy 2c, J 96948, Ganges, 23 July 1920, illness

ADAMS, Albert E, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 122, Hollyhock, 1 June 1921, illness

ADAMS, Alfred H, Stoker 1c, C/K 62450, York, 7 March 1932, road accident, killed

ADAMS, Cecil F W, Private, RMLI, 20068 (Ch), Gibraltar, 26 May 1921, illness

ADAMS, Cecil P, Leading Seaman, J 52992, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

ADAMS, Charles R, Deck Hand, RNR, D S 2867, Island Prince, 10 February 1919, illness

ADAMS, Clifford, Telegraphist, P/JX 136214, Cormorant, 4 July 1937, accident, killed

ADAMS, E (initial only) T, Honorary Lieutenant, RNVR, Ulster Division, RNVR, 28 July 1926, illness

ADAMS, Frank D, Midshipman, York, 21 April 1939, illness

ADAMS, Henry C, Petty Officer, 213543, Victory, 10 October 1922, illness

ADAMS, Herbert A O, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, M 37911, Pembroke, 18 September 1926, illness

ADAMS, Herbert J, Stoker 1c, K 24581 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

ADAMS, John J, Able Seaman, J 52524, Pembroke (ex-Superb), 16 February 1920, illness

ADAMS, John T, Seaman, Newfoundland RNR, X 1516, Ganges, 30 November 1918, illness

ADAMS, Percy, Gunner, Cordelia, 1 March 1920, died

ADAMS, Randal J F, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 2629, Halcyon, 7 December 1918, illness

ADAMS, Richard C H, Boy 2c, JX 148273, Royal Navy, 9 July 1936, illness

ADAMS, Vincent, Band Corporal, RMLI, 13528 (Ch), RM Headquarters, 19 June 1920, illness

ADAMS, Vincent, Corporal, RMLI, 13518 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 19 June 1920, illness

ADAMS, William E, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 45990, Pembroke, 29 March 1930, illness

ADAMS, William G A, Stoker 1c, K 25237, Implacable, 25 March 1919, drowned

ADAMS, William J, Able Seaman, J 107355, Benbow, 21 September 1927, accident, killed

ADAN, Suleman, Somali Stoker, 2/259, Bideford, 22 April 1935, illness

ADDE, John W, Writer, D/MX 48532, Drake, 26 January 1934, illness

ADDIS, Philip, Ordinary Seaman, J 89049, Carnarvon, 30 January 1919, illness

ADKINS, Douglas C, 2nd Writer, M 15535, Crescent, 17 February 1919, illness

ADLAM, Charles F, Able Seaman, P/JX 126050, Dauntless, 21 March 1932, illness

ADSHEAD, Alfred E, Commissioned Gunner, Cornwall, 20 November 1933, illness

ADSLEY, George W, Mechanician, 308309, Glowworm, 25 June 1920, illness

 

AFFON, Arthur Mc K, Petty Officer, D/J 62910, Neptune, 24 March 1939, illness

 

AGGETT, William H, Shipwright 3c, D/M 8077, Drake, 7 August 1935, illness

AGIUS, Dominick, Leading Steward, E/L 4478, Warspite, 10 May 1938, died

 

AH, Chong, Officer's Cook 1c, (no service number listed), Adventure, 7 February 1934, illness

AH, Gon, Officer's Cook 1c, (no service number listed), Tamar, 2 February 1930, died

AH, Kay, Officer's Steward 3c, (no service number listed), Titania, 18 November 1926, illness

AH, Lum, Officer's Steward 3c, (no service number listed), Tamar, 31 October 1928, died

AH, Ming, Officer's Steward 3c, (no service number listed), Hawkins, 23 August 1927, illness

AH, Mohamed, Seedie Seaman, Aden 2/386, Hastings, 3 March 1932, illness

AH, Nam, Officer's Steward 2c (no service number listed), Hawkins, 10 February 1921, illness

AH, Po, Leading Steward, (no service number listed), Kent, 16 August 1935, illness

AH, Pong, Sailmaker, (no service number listed), Tamar, 5 September 1926, died

AH, Soo, Steward 2c, (no service number listed), Royal Navy, 6 February 1938, illness

AH, Wing, Stoker, (no service number listed), Tarantula, 19 August 1925, drowned

AH, Yow, Leading Seaman, (no service number listed), Tamar, 27 February 1925, illness

AHMED, Gafar A S, Seedie Stoker 1c, 56258, Britomart, 10 February 1919, illness

 

AITKEN, Mark J, Surgeon Commander, Victory, 29 June 1932, illness

AITKEN, Richard, Private, RMLI, 9868 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 24 August 1919, died

AITKEN, William, Fireman, MMR (no service number listed), Eaglet, 8 January 1920, illness

 

AKASSA, Emir, Krooman, W 250, Delphinium, 7 July 1930, drowned

AKED, George W, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 1308, RND, 150th (RN) Field Ambulance, RM Medical Unit, assigned Hood Battalion, 5 December 1918, France, illness

AKERS, Henry C, Petty Officer, 206030, London, 12 November 1918, drowned

 

ALBERT, Lancelot G A, Able Seaman, J 27242, Victory, 6 August 1919, illness

ALBOROUGH, Sidney A, Boy 1c, J 57072, Victory, 23 April 1919, died

ALCORN, Charles F S, Able Seaman, D/J 23415, Rodney, 5 September 1933, illness

ALDIS, Charles W, Electrical Artificer 1c, M 9367, Sandhurst, 2 January 1928, illness

ALDRED, James, Stoker 1c, K 18460, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

ALDRIDGE, Archibald P, Officer's Steward 2c, L 7061, Caterham, 1 February 1920, drowned

ALDRIDGE, Raymond A, Lieutenant, FAA, 403 Flight, Hermes, 20 June 1928, air crash, killed

ALESSANDRO, Antonio, Officer's Steward 1c, L 4825, Tobago, 4 December 1920, accident

ALEXANDER, Arthur H, Petty Officer, J 14439, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

ALEXANDER, Charles E, Private, RMLI, S 5717 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 9 March 1919, illness

ALEXANDER, Frederick W, Stoker 1c, K 41772, Sapphire, 18 December 1918, illness

ALEXANDER, Frederick, Engineer Commander, Cleopatra, 2 July 1920, illness

ALEXANDER, Henry, Able Seaman, SS 2011, TB.82, torpedo boat, 8 December 1918, illness

ALEXANDER, Walter, Stoker 1c, 311118 (Ch), Fandango, 3 July 1919, ship lost

ALFORD, Richard C, Petty Officer, D/J 21044, Defiance, 4 December 1930, road accident, killed

ALFORD, Robert F, Able Seaman, 194808, ML.473, 27 February 1924, illness

ALFORD, William H P, Stoker 1c, K 63582, Steadfast, 16 March 1930, illness

ALI BIN ISSA, Ailee, Seedie, X 118, Flora, 13 October 1927, died

ALI, Ahmet, Seedie Stoker (no service number listed), Hannibal, 19 May 1919, illness

ALI, Amhed, Seedie Stoker, Aden 460, Triad, 23 January 1924, illness

ALI, Yusef, Tindal, 130, Odin, 16 November 1919, illness

ALLAM, Frank J, Ordinary Seaman, C/SSX 15858, Royal Navy, 14 December 1935, illness

ALLAN, Alexander, Officer's Cook 2c, L 14118, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

ALLAN, James L, Boy 2c, J 103807, Ganges, 21 April 1922, illness

ALLAN, John, Ordinary Seaman, J 52387 (Ch), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

ALLCOM, Eli F J, Boy 2c, JX 132417, St Vincent, 7 January 1929, illness

ALLEN, Alexander, Supply Chief Petty Officer, M 1029, Pembroke, 25 February 1929, illness

ALLEN, Edward C, Stoker 2c, K 53025, Glenboyne, 4 January 1919, mined

ALLEN, George, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 5190, Princess Thyra, steamship, 16 November 1918, illness

ALLEN, George, Private, RMLI, 14462 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 25 November 1918, illness

ALLEN, Harold V, Supply Assistant, P/MX 45900, Victory, 28 March 1932, illness

ALLEN, Harry A, Warrant Engineer, Enterprise, 11 December 1931, drowned

ALLEN, Henry J, Petty Officer, 187212, Wireless Telegraph Station, Coulmer, 7 July 1929, died

ALLEN, Henry W, Officer's Steward 2c, 366101, Vivid, 21 January 1919, illness

ALLEN, Herbert A, Yeoman of Signals, 221355, Iron Duke, 15 February 1922, illness

ALLEN, Herbert, Sick Berth Petty Officer, D/M 39287, Cardiff, 20 August 1938, (cause of death not listed)

ALLEN, James A, Chief Petty Officer, J 1811, Vivid, 22 March 1929, accident, killed

ALLEN, James H, Stoker 1c, K 29689, Kildorrey, 6 December 1918, illness

ALLEN, John T, Warrant Engineer, Repulse, 14 May 1921, illness

ALLEN, Percival W, Engineer Commander, Calcutta, 17 January 1934, illness

ALLEN, Richard J, Boy 2c, J 94070, Impregnable, 25 February 1919, illness

ALLEN, Robert, Stoker 1c, K 17094, Calypso, 10 November 1921, accident

ALLEN, Robert, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, Actaeon, 29 November 1918, illness

ALLEN, Sam O, Private, RMLI, 21338 (Ch), Repulse, 5 November 1925, illness

ALLEN, Thomas C, Stoker 1c, K 24703, Rodney, 31 December 1927, illness

ALLEN, Walter, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 5681, RND, 253rd Divisional Employment Company, 23 December 1918, discharged, illness in UK

ALLEN, William C, Able Seaman, J 51425, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

ALLEN, William E, Leading Telegraphist, D/JX 135513, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

ALLEN, William E, Stoker 1c, D/K 65334, Renown, 8 May 1932, illness

ALLEN, William T, Chief Sick Berth Steward, 150307, Victory, 30 November 1918, illness

ALLEN, William, Private, RMLI, 15419 (Po), RM HQ Portsmouth, 16 April 1920, illness

ALLEN, William, Private, RMLI, 4347 (Po), RM HQ Portsmouth, 26 February 1919, illness

ALLEY, Cyril C, Petty Officer, D/J 62087, Vivid, 14 October 1931, road accident, killed

ALLIN, Leslie J W, Lieutenant, President, 6 March 1919, illness

ALLISON, Eric W, Able Seaman, J 66121, Dunedin, 24 November 1920, illness

ALLISON, Kenneth, Boy 1c, J 103169, Pembroke, 13 June 1923, illness

ALLOTT, Charles, Deck Hand, MMR, 975096, Wallington, 26 February 1919, illness

ALLSOP, Frederick W, Signalman, RNVR, London Z 5997, Boadicea II, 10 December 1918, illness

ALLSOP, William B, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Pembroke, 6 March 1919, illness

ALLUM, Eric A F, Petty Officer Cook, C/M 10323, Malabar, 31 March 1935, illness

ALMOND, Amos, Engine Room Artificer 1c, C/M 2922, Vindictive, 23 April 1932, illness

ALMOND, Joseph A, Electrical Artificer 5c, M 33797, Emperior of India, 28 December 1920, illness

ALMOND, Percy J, Able Seaman, J 22758 (Ch), Dragon, 17 October 1919, shore action near Riga

ALMOND, William W, Stoker 1c, K 44070, Vivid, 21 December 1918, illness

ALTON, Barclay S F, Py/Lieutenant, RM, Exeter, 24 March 1933, accident, killed

ALUM, George, Stoker 1c, 98665, President VI, 5 May 1919, illness

 

AMEY, John E H, Stoker 1c, MC 360 (Po), Myrtle, 15 July 1919, mined

AMEY, William H, Stoker 1c, P/K 21194, Cormorant, 31 May 1933, illness

AMOS, Edward W, Stoker 1c, C/K 66576, Pembroke, 26 June 1932, illness

 

AN, Yow, Leading Stoker, (no service number listed), Tamar, 21 February 1924, illness

ANDERSON, Charles H, Leading Fireman, MMR, 787481, Eaglet, 28 February 1919, illness

ANDERSON, Edward A, Lieutenant, Philomel, 6 January 1924, illness

ANDERSON, Frederick C, Stoker 1c, K 19512, Castor, 3 March 1929, illness

ANDERSON, Gustave A M, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander, Impregnable, 26 July 1924, illness

ANDERSON, Herbert C, Leading Stoker, K 24252, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

ANDERSON, James, Leading Stoker, K 9274, Dublin, 12 August 1922, illness

ANDERSON, James, Quartermaster, MMR, 643978, Eagle, 19 February 1919, illness

ANDERSON, John A, Signalman, J 11253, Victory, 3 August 1920, illness

ANDERSON, John L, Petty Officer Telegraphist, 239158, Vivid, 15 July 1919, illness

ANDERSON, Joseph E S, Lieutenant, Coventry, 21 October 1926, seaplane crash, killed

ANDERSON, Toby, Krooman, W 7, Afrikander, 13 August 1921, illness

ANDERSON, William O, Able Seaman, J 25289, Theseus II, 28 August 1919, illness

ANDERSON-STUART, Archibald P, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander, Royal Navy, 16 February 1930, illness

ANDREWS, Albert D, Private, RMLI, 14925 (Ply), Valiant, 28 April 1921, killed

ANDREWS, Albert, Able Seaman, J 7918, Boadicea, 20 February 1919, illness

ANDREWS, Benjamin H, Petty Officer, C/J 6697, Duchess, 9 August 1933, illness

ANDREWS, Clifford, Engine Room Artificer 3c, D/MX 50319, Speedwell, 26 January 1937, drowned

ANDREWS, Edward W T, Leading Seaman, J 41479, Sutton, 24 September 1927, illness

ANDREWS, Enoch J, Able Seaman, J 39562, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

ANDREWS, Henry G, Ty/Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, RND, 2nd Reserve Battalion, 22 November 1918, illness in UK

ANDREWS, Herbert G, Petty Officer, J 5147 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

ANDREWS, Leslie S, Leading Stoker, C/KX 76787, Royal Oak, 24 January 1934, accident, killed

ANDREWS, Robert J, Leading Cook, M 3690, Dunedin, 5 April 1921, fall

ANGUS, Donald M, Engine Room Artificer 3c, 272470 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

ANKERS, Thomas, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

ANNETTS, Ivy, Private, RMLI, 8750 (Po), Victoria & Albert, 11 December 1920, died

ANNING, John H, Private, RMLI, 20683 (Ply), RM Deal, 3 September 1920, illness

ANSELL, Alfred, Petty Officer 2c, 125583, HM Coastguard Station Sutton, 17 May 1919, illness

ANSELL, Frederick L, Private, RMLI, 16646 (Po), President III, 8 March 1919, illness

ANSELL, George, Commissioned Gunner (T), Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 10 July 1933, illness

ANSELL, Jesse, Stoker 1c, K 55316, Cleopatra, 27 November 1919, illness

ANSELL, John A, Stoker 1c, KX 75156, Birmingham, 29 August 1927, illness

ANSELL, Walter, Boy Servant, L 14039, President, 25 January 1922, illness

ANSTREE, Edward C, Stoker 1c, K 10164, Tyrian, 23 May 1921, illness

ANTHONY, George M, Sub Lieutenant, Course at Portsmouth, 18 August 1935, illness

 

APPLEBY, James G, Marine, 211570 (Po), Royal Marines HQ, 26 January 1926, illness

APPLEBY, John R, Able Seaman, D/JX 152168, Drake, 11 September 1937, illness

APPLETON, Ernest, Able Seaman, C/SSX 18858, Pembroke, 30 July 1939, illness

APPLETON, George W, 2nd Officer, MMR, Susetta, 14 December 1918, died Red Sea area

APPLETON, Wilfred G, Telegraphist, P/J 72284, Courageous, 28 August 1931, died

APPLEYARD, Harold P L L, Paymaster Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 1 March 1937, illness

 

ARBERRY, John, Private, RMLI, 19517 (Ply), RM, 3rd Battalion, 17 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

ARBUTHNOT, Crofton K, Lieutenant Commander, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

ARCHER, Richard, Able Seaman, D/JX 136245, Norfolk, 28 August 1936, illness

ARGENT, William E, Chief Petty Officer, 212349, Shakespeare, 5 December 1921, illness

ARIS, Frederick J, Able Seaman, J 98858, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

ARLAND, Gerald A T, Able Seaman, C/JX 145158, Camber, 15 December 1938, accident, killed

ARMISON, James R, Telegraphist, J 111484, Victory, 10 April 1930, accident, killed

ARMITAGE, Stanley E, Leading Seaman, C/J 71497, Pembroke, 4 May 1931, road accident, killed

ARMSTRONG, Francis C, Cook, MMR, 846770, Ophir, 8 February 1919, illness

ARMSTRONG, Isaac, Regulating Petty Officer, 221060, Ajax, 15 June 1920, drowned

ARMSTRONG, James I, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

ARMSTRONG, William L O, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 15 February 1920, illness

ARNOLD, Charles H, Petty Officer, 236201, Excellent, 2 April 1923, illness

ARNOLD, Frederick, Leading Telegraphist, J 34941, Vortigern, 27 November 1918, illness

ARNOLD, George, Trimmer, MMR, 971592, Morea, 1 March 1919, illness

ARNOLD, Norman M, Boy 1c, C/JX 141016, Malabar, 17 February 1935, illness

ARNOLD, Robert A, Boy 2c, JX 139161, St Vincent, 19 September 1933, illness

ARNOT, David, Chief Yeoman of Signals, 233591, Columbine, 18 February 1928, illness

ARNOTT, George, Stoker 1c, K 60731, Hood, 10 November 1924, illness

ARROW, George, Stoker 1c, K 60201, Fisgard, 26 March 1926, illness

ARSCOTT, Thomas H, Stoker Petty Officer, 310264, Vivid, 4 February 1926, illness

ARUNDELL, George, Telegraphist, C/J 102463, Elfin (Alecto), 17 July 1936, illness

 

ASH, Charlie, Private, RMLI, 14771 (Po), Kent, 25 May 1919, illness in UK

ASH, Edward G, Chief Stoker, 294823, Marlborough, 5 February 1920, illness

ASHDOWN, Harold H, Shipwright, C/M 19187, Sheffield, 1 January 1938, illness

ASHDOWN, Henry, Ordinary Seaman, J 92539 (Ch), Yarmouth, 23 August 1919, drowned

ASHE, Harry, Private, RMLI, 20227 (Ch), Hawkins, 15 July 1925, drowned

ASHEWANDEN, Cecil K, Lieutenant, Pilot's Course No.17, 15 December 1930, illness

ASHFORD, Thomas S, Shipwright 1c, P/M 33941, Victory, 7 April 1937, died

ASHFORD, William J S, Boatswain, Repulse, 16 April 1919, illness

ASHLEY, Alexis W, Midshipman, Verulam, 4 September 1919, ship lost

ASHLEY, Robert C, Leading Stoker, 297291, Vivid, 22 May 1921, illness

ASHMORE, Eric H, Able Seaman, C/J 126869, Royal Oak, 17 May 1931, illness

ASHTON, Reginald W A, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, Medway, 19 February 1930, illness

ASKEW, George S, Stoker 1c, K 52144, Scarab, 6 August 1925, illness

ASLETT, William H, Admiralty Civilian, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

ASMUSSON, William M, Leading Seaman, J 11351, Rosalind, 7 August 1919, drowned

ASPINALL, Samuel, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, SD 1377, Persian Empire, 21 February 1919, drowned

ASQUITH, James W, Gunner, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

ASTLEFORD, Samuel, Stoker 1c, SS 119889, Cairo, 15 April 1922, illness

ASTLEY, Harold R, Ordinary Seaman, J 109902, Eagle, 2 June 1927, accident, killed

ASTLEY-RUSHTON, Edward A, Vice Admiral, Effingham, Vice Admiral Reserve Fleet, 18 July 1935, illness

ASTON, Samuel, Leading Stoker, KX 75995, Marshal Soult, 17 April 1928, illness

 

ATCHESON, Robert Mc L, Fireman, MMR, 914382, Pembroke, 26 March 1920, died

ATHROLL, Francis H, Boy 1c, J 101827, Ganges, 5 May 1922, illness

ATKINS, Ernest F, Petty Officer, D/J 55586, Drake, 16 February 1939, illness

ATKINS, James S, Marine, X 392 (Ch), RM Barracks Chatham, 13 December 1936, illness

ATKINS, John, Stoker Petty Officer, K 7375, Pembroke, 21 February 1919, illness

ATKINS, Thomas E, Engineman, RNR, ES 3859, Fair Isle, 5 March 1919, illness

ATKINS, Tom, Petty Officer, 217729 (Po), Bee, 1 April 1921, drowned

ATKINS, Walter J, Able Seaman, J 114309, Enterprise, 29 April 1930, illness

ATKINSON, Charles H F, Surgeon Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 14 January 1920, illness

ATKINSON, Charles H, Stoker Petty Officer, 308044, Iridescence, 31 January 1921, drowned

ATKINSON, Eric, Able Seaman, D/J 97757, Gannet, 22 July 1932, illness

ATKINSON, George, Officer's Steward 1c, L 8058 (Po), Talbot, 1 April 1919, illness

ATKINSON, Horace W, Boy 2c, JX 152770, Ganges, 15 January 1938, illness

ATKINSON, Stephen B, Marine, X 1356 (Ply), RM Plymouth Division, 6 April 1936, illness

ATTARD, Joseph, Petty Officer Steward, E/L 7214, Resolution, 23 February 1932, illness

ATTERBY, William, Able Seaman, 235767, Colombo, 25 August 1925, illness

ATTWOOD, Douglas R, Lieutenant, RNR, G.5, submarine, 24 November 1918, illness

 

AUBREY, George, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander, Tamar, 9 May 1927, illness

AUSTEN, Frederick T L, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, C/M 31522, Cochrane, 18 November 1938, illness

AUSTEN, Henry T, Petty Officer, 233645, Dolphin, 17 November 1926, illness

AUSTIN, Arthur G, Boy 2c, J 93548, Powerful, 18 January 1919, illness

AUSTIN, Ronald N, Able Seaman, J 109535, Valentine, 13 January 1930, died

AUSTIN, Thomas, Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist, J 2072, Ganges, 16 March 1932, illness

AUSTIN, William R, Leading Stoker, K 19479, Senator, 23 February 1924, motorcycle accident, killed

 

AVANT, John H, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 63397, Cameronia, steamship, 18 December 1935, drowned

AVES, Thomas, Leading Stoker, K 1919, Turbulent, 28 February 1920, illness

AVIS, Alfred E, Stoker Petty Officer, K 18121, Victory, 13 March 1929, illness

AVIS, William B, Private, RMLI, 19136 (Ch), Ceres, 6 February 1924, illness

AVIS, William T, Sick Berth Chief Petty Officer, M 1717, Suffolk, 25 June 1930, accidentally killed

 

AYERS, Fred, Lieutenant Commander, Blake, 12 December 1921, illness

AYERS, Harold, Master at Arms, 202816, Vivid, 12 April 1921, illness

AYLING, Harry T, Leading Stoker, K 17614 (Po), Vampire, 28 July 1920, drowned

AYLWARD, Albert, Gunner, RMA, RMA 3358, RMA Eastney, 8 March 1919, illness in UK

AYLWIN, Charlie, Chief Petty Officer Cook, 358237, Caroline, 21 October 1919, illness

AYNSLEY, Thomas, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 271623, Fisgard, 2 April 1924, illness

AYRES, Albert A, Ordinary Seaman, J 96319, Pembroke, 12 September 1922, illness

AYRES, Arthur W, Leading Stoker, K 13360, Prince Eugene, 20 November 1918, illness

AYRES, James F, Private, RMLI, 18488 (Po), St Vincent, 21 January 1919, illness

AYRES, Joseph, Officer's Steward 2c, L 6251, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

AYTON, Alfred, Petty Officer, J 4029, Renown, 17 July 1922, illness

 

AZZOPARDI, Eugenio, Officer's Cook 2c, 365058, Europa, 26 January 1919, illness

AZZOPARDI, Giuseppe, Officer's Cook 2c, LX 20223, Vimiera (on books of Egmont II), 10 September 1931, illness

 

 

 

B

 

BABBAGE, George, Stoker Petty Officer, K 6682, Chrysanthemum, 4 April 1927, accidentally killed

BABBAGE, Sidney J, Lieutenant, President, 15 May 1919, accidental explosion

BABBINGTON, Hugh, Lieutenant, Fox, 27 November 1919, illness, buried in Surrey

BABY, Ernest A, Able Seaman, J 71374, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

BACK, Charles, Stoker Petty Officer, K 6263, Vivid, 7 January 1920, accident

BACK, George P, Telegraphist, J 40179 (Ch), G.11, submarine, 22 November 1918, ship lost

BACK, Leonard S, Electrical Artificer 3c, D/M 37056, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

BACKHOUSE, Albert E, Stoker 1c, K 21000 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

BACKHOUSE, John R, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 33124, Tiger, 18 February 1919, illness

BACKLEY, John F, Telegraphist, J 48931, Carysfort, 20 April 1925, accidentally killed

BACKWELL, George, Petty Officer 1c, 136192, Eaglet, 11 January 1919, illness

BACON, Edgar J, Petty Officer, J 23487, Tasmania (RAN), 3 July 1924, burns, died

BACON, Edward, Corporal, RM, 19230 (Po), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, killed

BACON, Thomas S, Able Seaman, J 97017, Titania, 24 April 1927, illness

BACON, William, Petty Officer, 219887, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 14 September 1922, illness

BADCOCK, Frank, Seaman, RNR, C 3374, President III, 1 January 1919, fishing accident off North Devon, drowned

BADHAM, Seymour W, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 137592, Suffolk, 19 January 1935, illness

BAGDEN, Herbert T, Boy 1c, J 113865, Ajax, 28 February 1926, illness

BAGGLEY, Henry S, Leading Telegraphist, J 41284 (Po), Birmingham, 19 November 1920, drowned

BAGGS, Albert G, Chief Gunner, Excellent, 5 June 1919, illness

BAGLEY, Arthur J, Stoker 1c, C/KX 75549, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

BAGULEY, Joseph W, Engineer Commander, Victory XI, 9 November 1929, illness

BAILEY, Arthur J, Private, RMLI, 11767 (Ch), Pembroke, 3 December 1920, illness

BAILEY, Charles E, Ordnance Artificer 3c, M 37513, Walpole, 8 December 1929, drowned

BAILEY, Charles E, Stoker 1c, SS 116957, Assistance, 18 May 1919, drowned

BAILEY, Francis H, Able Seaman, J 99122, Hawkins, 28 June 1927, illness

BAILEY, Frank, Admiralty Civilian, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BAILEY, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, Z 3513 (Palace), President III, 4 February 1919, illness

BAILEY, John, Leading Stoker, D/KX 76248, Furious, 14 September 1933, accidentally killed

BAILEY, Joseph A, Engineman, RNR, TS 832, Thistle III, 20 September 1919, illness

BAILEY, Newman J, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 14638, Blake, 23 November 1918, illness

BAILEY, Reginald C, Stoker 1c, P/KX 91419, Kempenfelt, 11 July 1939, died

BAILEY, Samuel G W, Leading Stoker, C/KX 75436, Warspite, 15 August 1939, accidentally killed

BAILEY, Walter S, Honorary Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 1 February 1928, illness

BAIN, Alexander, Able Seaman, MMR, 973883, Lavatera, 2 September 1919, illness

BAIN, David, Able Seaman, J 70878, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

BAIN, Edward H, Able Seaman, P/J 80602, Whitshed, 18 February 1934, drowned

BAIN, James, Honorary Engineer Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 8 June 1922, illness

BAIN, Ronald C, Engineer Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 3 June 1936, illness

BAIN, William A, Chief Petty Officer, D/M 3045, Queen Elizabeth, 6 January 1932, illness

BAIN, William, Seaman, RNR, A 9221, Fanad Head, steamship, 27 December 1918, illness

BAINES, John, Petty Officer, 239220, Vernon, 16 April 1924, illness

BAINES, Michael H, Midshipman, Malaya, 4 April 1938, illness

BAIRD, Alexander, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 4043, RND, Drake Battalion, 10 July 1919, discharged, DOW in UK

BAIRD, Sir George H, Rear Admiral, Coventry (Rear Admiral Destroyers), 22 October 1924, illness

BAIRD, James (real name, but served as James Manson), Sergeant, RMLI, 12258 (Ch), RMLI Headquarters, Chatham Division, 3 February 1921, illness

BAKER, Alfred J, Chief Stoker, 281693, Victor, 12 November 1918, illness

BAKER, Alfred R, Stoker 1c, KX 79349, Titania, 6 July 1929, illness

BAKER, Alfred W, Telegraphist, C/JX 133942, Folkestone, 27 August 1938, shark attack, killed

BAKER, Arthur J, Able Seaman, J 96315, Caradoc, 23 March 1929, illness

BAKER, Arthur J, Chief Stoker, D/K 11977, Cornwall, 10 September 1930, illness

BAKER, Bertie N, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, President, 21 December 1918, illness

BAKER, Charles F, Able Seaman, J 48065, H.50, 16 July 1928, road accident, killed

BAKER, Cyril H G, Able Seaman, C/JX 132107, Shropshire, 29 December 1938, illness

BAKER, Edward C G, Stoker Petty Officer, K 12959, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

BAKER, Frederick, Stoker 1c, K 22941, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BAKER, George C, Warrant Supply Officer, Pembroke, 18 September 1928, illness

BAKER, George T H, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 695, M.29, 9 February 1925, died

BAKER, George W, Engineer Lieutenant, K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

BAKER, George W, Leading Seaman, 217831, Ursa, 29 November 1918, illness

BAKER, Harry E, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, M 35663, Fisgard, 2 May 1921, illness

BAKER, Harry, Leading Seaman, J 20682, Tigress, 8 December 1918, illness

BAKER, Henry J, Supply Petty Officer, M 35120, Royal Navy, 26 April 1928, illness

BAKER, Henry W, Petty Officer Telegraphist, P/J 5700, L.23, 13 July 1933, illness

BAKER, Henry, Petty Officer, J 2045, Triad, 6 February 1920, illness

BAKER, Henry, Stoker 1c, K 14458, Woolwich, 1 June 1921, illness

BAKER, Hugh S, Lieutenant, RM, Chatham, 9 October 1932, illness

BAKER, Norman S, Engine Room Artificer 3c, D/M 87009, Caradoc, 25 October 1933, illness

BAKER, Percy H, Able Seaman, D/J 81794, Furious, 16 August 1932, illness

BAKER, Reginald H, Marine, CH/X 1549, Cardiff, 3 May 1937, illness

BAKER, Robert, Stoker 1c, 297161 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

BAKER, Robert, Stoker 1c, K 6474, Pembroke, 27 May 1919, died

BAKER, Sidney C A, Able Seaman, J 102919, Dunedin, 4 January 1927, illness

BAKER, Sydney C, Able Seaman, J 21831 (Ch), K.10, submarine, 12 February 1919, died in UK

BAKER, Sydney W, Boy 2c, JX 128200, Renown, 2 January 1929, accidentally killed

BAKER, William H, Marine, 20808 (Ply), Philomel, 28 June 1929, illness

BAKER, William J L, Able Seaman, J 109467, Victory, 14 April 1929, illness

BAKER, William W J, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 3575, Western Queen, 17 November 1918, illness

BALDOCK, Thomas, Able Seaman, C/J 105047, Ramillies, 11 November 1935, died

BALDWIN, Albert J, Able Seaman, J 55663, Valentine, 27 June 1921, illness

BALDWIN, Bertram W T, Petty Officer, P/JX 131302, Excellent, 20 June 1938, road accident, killed

BALDWIN, John R, Boy 1c, J 104052, Vivid, 17 January 1922, illness

BALFOUR, Robert S, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 16479, Gloucester, 9 April 1919, illness in RN Plymouth

BALL, Daniel, Private, RM, RMES 5670, RM Engineers, 20 December 1918, illness

BALL, George B, Wireless Operator, RNCVR, VR 545, Seagull (RCN), 14 November 1918, illness

BALL, Harold, Able Seaman, J 39475, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

BALL, John S, Leading Stoker, K 35944, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

BALLARD, George H, Able Seaman, J 68625, Speedy, 23 September 1922, drowned

BALLARD, Sidney R, Stoker 1c, J 22780, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

BALLS, George W, Motor Driver, MMR (no service number listed), Ivanhoe, 9 January 1919, ship lost

BALSHAW, Robert, Stoker 1c, K 78864, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

BALZAN, Frank, Officer's Steward 2c, 361116, Egmont, 14 April 1929, illness

BAMBA, Abdia B, Seedie, X 146, Flora, 20 September 1929, illness

BAMBRIDGE, Herbert K, Able Seaman, J 3947 (Ch), Vittoria, 31 August 1919, ship lost

BAMFORD, Edward, Major, RM, Tamar, 30 September 1928, illness

BAMFORD, Herbert E, Boy 2c, RAN, 11130, Tingira (RAN), 16 March 1919, drowned

BAMPTON, Arthur, Able Seaman, J 108390, Vivid, 8 July 1928, road accident, killed

BAMSEY, Richard, Leading Stoker, K 1944, Wolverine, 3 July 1923, illness

BANBURY, Harry, Shipwright 1c, D/M 10283, Vivid, 24 August 1932, illness

BANCONE, Francesco C, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18798, George Aunger, 19 February 1919, illness

BANFIELD, George A V, Officer's Steward 1c, L 1033, Sea Bear, 17 February 1919, illness

BANHAM, Karl F, Able Seaman, J 18609, Pembroke, 19 February 1919, illness

BANISTER, Charles, Supply Petty Officer, P/K 55412, Royal Sovereign, 4 June 1934, illness

BANISTER, George, Officer's Steward 3c, L 12419, Queen Elizabeth, 5 May 1924, illness

BANKS, Ernest A, Able Seaman, C/JX 135601, Pembroke, 17 March 1937, illness

BANKS, Harold, Able Seaman, J 32459, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

BANKS, Herbert L, Stoker 1c, SS 123889, Pembroke, 28 September 1919, illness

BANKS, Jack S, Lieutenant, Dwarf, 20 April 1939, illness

BANKS, John R, Shipwright 3c, M 11859, Vivid, 14 April 1924, illness

BANKS, Sydney W, Petty Officer, C/J 48971, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

BANNISTER, Frank D, Able Seaman, J 61094, Vivid, 14 April 1922, illness

BARBER, Albert V, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 15004, Girl May, 12 November 1918, illness

BARBER, Arthur, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 8163, Ceto, 16 November 1918, illness

BARBER, Joseph, Marine, RM, 15639 (Ply), Devonshire, 27 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

BARBER, William H, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 1545, Vivid, 25 October 1924, illness

BARBER, William H, Chief Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 31 March 1937, illness

BAREHAM, Francis A, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, London Z 9868, RN Depot, Crystal Palace, 24 November 1918, illness

BARFF, Edward M, Lieutenant (E), Penelope, 28 January 1939, accidentally killed

BARGERY, David C, Commissioned Gunner, Jumna, 10 August 1920, illness

BARHAM, William, Leading Stoker, SS 114275, Kildimo, 21 February 1919, illness

BARKER, Albert H, Boy 1c, JX 125176, Ramillies, 15 July 1927, accidentally killed

BARKER, Alfred, Stoker 1c, K 13516, Victory, 18 March 1920, illness

BARKER, Allan, Able Seaman, D/J 98120, Revenge, 23 March 1938, drowned

BARKER, Edward G, Leading Aircraftsman, RAF, 364505, Glorious, 15 October 1930, air crash, killed

BARKER, George H, Able Seaman, 239724, Revenge, 14 January 1925, illness

BARKER, William A H, Commissioned Gunner, Vernon, 26 September 1923, illness

BARKER, William, Chief Petty Officer, 209391, Victory, 21 February 1922, illness

BARLEY, Hubert, Private, RM, RME 3152, RM Engineers, 6 February 1919, illness

BARLEY, Ronald L, Able Seaman, P/J 98175, St Angelo, 9 September 1936, illness

BARLING, Charles F, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 27333, Pembroke, 20 June 1928, illness

BARLOW, Charles E, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 4609, Truculent, 17 November 1918, illness

BARLOW, Frederick W, Stoker Petty Officer, K 62738, Windsor, 15 March 1928, illness

BARLOW, John R, Able Seaman, J 75456, Cinceria, 15 February 1919, illness

BARLOW, William, Plumber 1c, 345350, Malaya, 9 June 1922, died

BARNARD, George L, Stoker 1c, K 29260, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

BARNARD, Walter F, Stoker 1c, 295020, Espiegle, 3 September 1919, illness

BARNES, Frank V, Stoker 1c, K 5666, Barham, 21 November 1918, illness in UK

BARNES, Fred, Stoker 1c, K 7861 (Po), Renown, 9 September 1920, illness

BARNES, Jack N, Chief Petty Officer Writer, M 8494, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BARNES, John T, Private, RM, S 11945 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 8 April 1919, died

BARNES, William J, Chief Petty Officer Writer, 345816, Danae, 5 October 1927, illness

BARNES, William, Commissioned Engineer, Cyclamen, 28 June 1928, illness

BARNETT, Fred, Marine, Ply X 515, Exeter, 15 October 1931, drowning in drifter Coldsnap, died

BARNETT, Harry P, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, Pekin, 6 February 1919, illness

BARNETT, William H, Marine, 13826 (Ply), Frobisher, 27 November 1924, illness

BARNFATHER, Norman, Able Seaman, 228236, Zetland, 11 July 1919, died

BARNFIELD, Frederick J, Signalman, P/J 113377, Fowey, 13 December 1932, illness

BARNSHAW, Sidney F, Boy 1c, JX 133237, Ganges, 4 April 1930, illness

BARR, Lewis W, Stoker 1c, K 13350, Actaeon, 17 April 1921, illness

BARR, Samuel A J, Boy 1c, J 97828, Barham, 31 October 1921, died

BARR, Walter, Cook, MMR, 821587, Cymric, 1 January 1919, illness

BARRABLE, Harry G, Boy 2c, J 93977, Impregnable, 3 June 1919, illness

BARRACK, Horace H, Able Seaman, 175021, Indus, 14 August 1919, illness

BARRATT, Walter, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 20489, Wallington, 8 December 1918, illness in UK

BARRETT, Augustine, Stoker 1c, K 43568, Eaglet III, 28 April 1920, illness

BARRETT, Charles A, Petty Officer Telegraphist, J 20177, Victory I, 24 December 1929, illness

BARRETT, Edward G, Boy 1c, JX 141391, Ganges, 4 January 1935, illness

BARRETT, Ernest, Leading Seaman, J 8093 (Dev), Lucia, 19 June 1920, boat accident, drowned

BARRON, John L, Chief Stoker, 310664, Repulse, 17 October 1925, illness

BARROW, Alfred O, Marine, 22953 (Ch), Royal Marines HQ, 16 July 1926, died

BARROW, Dick, Sick Berth Steward, 351003, RN Hospital Capetown, 13 August 1919, illness

BARTER, Adrian E, Leading Seaman, RNVR, London 6/3568, RND, Collingwood Battalion, 1 December 1918, ex-prisoner of war, illness in UK

BARTER, Albert E (real name, but served as Frederick Brown), Stoker 1c, SS 117137, Calypso, 19 October 1919, accident

BARTER, Arthur T, Able Seaman, J 103212, Eagle, 27 May 1929, illness

BARTER, Frederick, Engineer Captain, Gibraltar Dockyard, 25 May 1923, illness

BARTER, Reginald W, Boy 1c, J 90112 (Dev), Malaya, 8 June 1920, drowned

BARTLETT, Charles W E, Sick Berth Attendant, C/MX 48842, Woolwich, 11 May 1936, illness

BARTLETT, Harry L, Telegraphist, J 108182, Berwick, 16 July 1928, illness

BARTLETT, Leonard G, Able Seaman, J 10066, Tiger, 22 November 1918, drowned

BARTLETT, Leslie, Able Seaman, C/J 107136, Wolfhound, 8 February 1936, illness

BARTLETT, William H, Stoker 1c, K 19642, Vivid, 9 February 1923, railway accident, killed

BARTLETT, William H, Supply Chief Petty Officer, D/M 1996, Glorious, 8 June 1933, illness

BARTOLO, Andrea, Officer's Cook 3c, L 8048, Ajax, 22 October 1919, illness

BARTON, Albert, Able Seaman, J 104976, Tamar, 14 June 1925, illness

BARTON, Donald H, Lieutenant, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

BARTON, Ernest W, Able Seaman, J 16667, Victory, 21 January 1926, illness

BARTON, Robert, Leading Seaman, 238187, Stuart, 12 December 1919, illness

BARTON, William E, Leading Seaman, J 7512 (Dev), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

BARTRAM, John E, Ordinary Seaman, J 78133, Kilkeel, 6 February 1919, illness

BARTRAM, Stanley T, Stoker 1c, K 35202, TB.30, torpedo boat, 11 January 1919, illness

BASHFORD, Charles, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 12313, Victory, 11 February 1919, illness

BASHFORD, Herbert, Stoker 1c, SS 123275, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

BASHFORD, William H, Stoker 1c, 312508, Bacchante, 20 February 1919, illness in UK

BASKERFIELD, Albert, Leading Seaman, J 22193, Carysfort, 30 April 1924, died

BASS, Charles, Stoker Petty Officer, 298365, Attentive II, 19 September 1919, illness

BASSETT, Thomas, Petty Officer, J 4877, Sterling, 29 April 1927, drowned

BASSINDALE, William H, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 4991, Eaglet, 9 February 1919, died in UK

BATCHELOR, Edward E, Able Seaman, J 36735, Hawkins, 2 January 1926, accidentally killed

BATCHELOR, Frederick G H, Mechanician, K 1533, Pembroke, 11 October 1928, illness

BATCHELOR, Leonard J, Signalman, C/J 109536, Thames, 30 November 1932, drowned

BATCHELOR, Thomas A, Paymaster Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, 22 April 1919, air crash

BATCOCK, Frederick G, Boy 2c, J 96140, Impregnable, 14 February 1920, illness

BATE, John M I, Shipwright 3c, M 34326, Fitzroy, 11 November 1928, accidentally killed

BATEMAN, Frederick C, Stoker 1c, C/K 64805, Pembroke, 12 October 1938, illness

BATEMAN, Herbert I, Able Seaman, J 22494, Serene, on books of Columbine, 17 May 1920, illness

BATES, Arthur E, Supply Chief Petty Officer, M 37484, Iron Duke, 22 July 1930, drowned

BATES, Arthur R, Stoker 1c, C/K 63362, Valiant, 27 August 1932, illness

BATES, George, Chief Officer, HM Coast Guard, HM Coastguard Station Par Cornwall, 4 May 1919, illness in UK

BATES, John E, Stoker 1c, SS 125141, Victory, 3 October 1922, illness

BATES, John T G, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, Norsholt, 17 November 1918, illness

BATES, Percival F, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, M 5509, Pembroke, 17 December 1920, illness

BATH, John A, Captain, RM, Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, killed

BATH, William G, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BATTEN, Francis B, Leading Signalman, D/JX 129058, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BATTEN, Henry C, Private, RMLI, 14067 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 10 February 1920, illness

BAULSON, George, Chief Stoker, 304992, Hyacinth, 24 November 1918, illness

BAUM, Charles, Leading Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 5775, President III, 1 December 1918, died in Gibraltar

BAVERIDGE, Albert C, Able Seaman, P/J 111587, Hood, 12 April 1931, road accident, killed

BAVERSTOCK, Cecil G, Able Seaman, J 97768, Vernon, 13 April 1926, illness

BAXTER, Frederick G, Telegraphist, D/JX 125974, FAA, 821 Sqn, Courageous, 11 May 1937, accidentally killed

BAXTER, Frederick J, Stoker 1c, C/KX 77499, Colombo, 28 January 1935, died

BAXTER, George R, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 15977, Halcyon, 18 November 1918, illness

BAXTER, George, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 1538, Classin, 13 December 1918, illness

BAXTER, Gordon W, Engineman, RNR, TS 4759, Halcyon II, 18 February 1919, illness

BAXTER, Joseph E, Leading Stoker, K 20414, Petunia, 14 November 1918, illness

BAYLIS, Frederwick W, Able Seaman, J 5450, Renown, 6 October 1921, illness

BAYLY, Richard W U, Lieutenant Commander, Comus II, 16 October 1921, illness

BAYNE, John, Stoker 1c, KX 7858, Victory, 13 July 1920, illness

 

BEADELL, Cecil L G, Chief Electrical Artificer, C/M 35415, Woolwich, 20 October 1936, illness

BEAGARIE, Frederick B, 2nd Hand, RNR, DA 2197, Dove II, 3 April 1919, illness

BEAK, George H, Cadet Paymaster, Iron Duke, 4 November 1921, illness

BEAL, Charles, Leading Stoker, C/KX 80601, Vesper, 29 January 1935, illness

BEAL, Frederick, Petty Officer, 178228, Castor, 24 February 1919, illness

BEAL, George W (real name, but served as George W Brown), Leading Stoker, K 18357, L.11, 5 December 1923, shipboard fire, killed

BEALE, Harvey M, Ordinary Seaman, J 70671, Resolution, 13 March 1919, illness

BEALE, Joseph, Officer's Chief Cook, L 743, Conqueror, 13 January 1922, illness

BEALES, Henry A, Chief Petty Officer, 233857, Pembroke, 7 May 1928, accidentally killed

BEAMES, John, Cook, M 7573, Kinross, 16 June 1919, ship lost

BEAMS, Percy T, Private, RMLI, 15826 (Ch), Lowestoft, 15 May 1923, died

BEAN, George B, Seaman, RNR, A 7007, Cufie, steamship, 15 November 1918, illness

BEARD, Eva G (sometimes listed as Gladys Eva), Nursing Sister, QARNNS, Queen Alexander's Royal Naval Nursing Service, 14 March 1920, illness

BEARD, Francis J, Stoker 1c, K 10768, Emperor of India, 3 August 1921, illness

BEARD, George A, Petty Officer, P/JX 127198, Somali, 20 April 1939, illness

BEARD, Sidney J, Leading Stoker, C/K 63616, Pembroke, 25 May 1937, illness

BEARDSALL, Elizabeth, Section Leader Steward, WRNS, G 3243, Women's Royal Naval Service, 18 December 1918, illness in UK

BEARER, James H, Stoker 1c, K 26421, Eagle, 4 February 1926, illness

BEARN, Reginald Y R, Petty Officer, J 16630, Maidstone, 20 May 1921, drowned

BEATON, Alex, Able Seaman, MMR, 968068, Iolaire (Rose II, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

BEATON, George, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, DA 5012, Pembroke, 31 January 1919, illness

BEATTIE, Peter, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 6432, Satellite, 18 November 1918, illness

BEATTY, William B, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BEAUMONT, Charles J, Stoker 1c, D/KX 79220, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

BEAUMONT, George L, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 272157 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

BEAUMONT, Harry, Able Seaman, C/JX 129191, Titania, 11 July 1932, road accident, killed

BEAUMONT, Owen D, Boy 2c, JX 128867, Ganges, 5 February 1927, illness

BEAVIS, James T, Stoker 1c, K 19172, Vivid, 11 December 1922, illness

BECHETT, Charlie, Stoker 1c, K 57475, Victory II, 21 October 1922, illness

BECK, James M, Sergeant, RM, RM Police, RN Hospital, Chatham, 6 July 1939, illness

BECK, Robert H, Stoker 1c, K 12758, Neptune, 26 January 1919, drowned

BECK, Sydney, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 2496, Pembroke, 12 November 1918, illness

BECKETT, Albert E, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, DA 7172, Pekin, 10 December 1918, illness

BECKETT, John F, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 12692, Soar, 7 February 1919, drowned

BECKINGHAM, Frank W L, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 133992, Cornwall, 1 May 1932, illness

BECKINGTON, Ernest A, Officer's Steward 2c, L 3458, Stag, 17 January 1919, illness

BECKMAN, Sidney C, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 4627, Halcyon II, 6 December 1918, illness

BECKWITH, Alfred, Chief Stoker, 281274, Victory II, 27 August 1919, illness

BEDDOW, Enoch, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 3659, RND, Drake Battalion, 28 January 1919, illness in UK

BEDFORD, Arthur W F, Boy 1c, C/JX 144182, Orion, 1 February 1937, illness

BEDFORD, Frederick C, Leading Seaman, D/J 77984, Vivid, 3 October 1931, illness

BEDWELL, William B, Able Seaman, J 34857, Sandhurst, 22 April 1927, died

BEE, Robert W, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 16 May 1933, illness

BEECH, George H, Able Seaman, J 104450, Wild Swan, 3 October 1926, illness

BEECH, Victor G, Officer's Steward 3c, L 12113, Pembroke, 3 March 1919, illness

BEECH, Walter H, Officer's Steward 2c, L 9859, Commonwealth, 2 March 1919, illness

BEECHAM, Gilbert H, Stoker 1c, K 16245, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BEER, Frank E, Able Seaman, D/JX 129720, Vivid, 23 July 1931, road accident, killed

BEER, Reginald J, Chief Petty Officer Writer, D/M 6960, Vivid, 29 December 1930, illness

BEER, William A, Petty Officer, 208197, Vivid, 26 April 1922, illness

BEESON, Albert H, Able Seaman, C/J 107425, Pembroke, 6 July 1935, died

BELA, Husif, Stoker Seedie, (no service number listed), Cyclamen, 9 February 1928, illness

BELCHER, Arthur, Able Seaman, 197362, Victory, 1 November 1920, illness in Gibraltar

BELCHER, Frederick E, Gunner, RMA, RMA S 2354, Crescent, 2 March 1919, illness in UK

BELDERSON, William, Petty Officer, J 29333, Sepoy, 8 April 1930, depth charge explosion, killed

BELDHAM, Allen E, Assistant Steward, MMR (no service number listed), Wahine, 24 March 1919, illness

BELFIELD, James S, Engineer Sub Lieutenant, RIM, Lewis Pelley, launch, attached Inland Water Transport, 24 April 1919, illness

BELL, Charles S, Engineer Commander, Royal Navy, 9 June 1926, illness

BELL, Edwin J, Telegraphist, RNVR, London Z 7057, Daniel Henry, 3 December 1918, illness

BELL, George, Stoker 1c, SS 120609, Canada, 17 July 1919, illness

BELL, Harper, Boy 2c, JX 158259, Caledonia, 29 January 1939, illness

BELL, John H, Warrant Victualling Officer, Queen Elizabeth, 18 January 1921, illness

BELL, Raymond T, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 37637, Malabar, 15 July 1932, illness

BELL, Robert Mc C, Able Seaman, D/JX 128282, Watchman, 15 July 1933, accidentally killed

BELL, Sidney E, Signal Boy, D/JX 148885, Revenge, 4 March 1938, accidentally killed

BELL, William MacD, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 7020, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

BELLAIRS, George, Deck Hand, RNR (no service number listed), Theban, 15 November 1919, illness

BELLINGHAM, Cecil P, Telegraphist, P/J 110190, Emperor of India, 5 October 1930, road accident, killed

BELLIS, Thomas, Stoker 1c, K 33651 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

BELLIS, William H, Commissioned Engineer, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BELSEY, Clifford N, Boy 2c, JX 137631, Ganges, 15 March 1933, illness

BELSEY, Percy T, Petty Officer, 207845, Victory, 7 January 1922, illness

BELTON, James, Stoker Petty Officer, 154822, Sandringham, 3 March 1919, illness

BENCH, William J, Petty Officer, 192728, Cormorant, 24 February 1920, illness in Gibraltar

BENCKE, John A, Engineer Sub Lieutenant, RNR, John Pender, 14 February 1919, illness

BENDELL, Albert, Lieutenant (ret), Royal Navy, 26 April 1920, illness

BENDELOW, James, Plumber 1c, M 622, Queen Elizabeth, 13 December 1919, accident

BENGER, Walter F, Able Seaman, J 17941, Hood, 5 February 1924, illness

BENHAM, Arthur J A, Able Seaman, J 43246, Repulse, 24 November 1921, illness

BENHAM, Edwin, Stoker 1c, K 39501, Suffolk, 19 June 1919, illness in UK

BENNETT, Arthur, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 12834, RN Depot, Crystal Palace, 16 November 1918, illness

BENNETT, Charles C, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, D/M 24673, RN Hospital, Plymouth, 22 October 1930, illness

BENNETT, Charles P, Gunner, Furious, 26 December 1919, illness

BENNETT, Clifton, Electrical Artificer 5c, M 30467, Vernon, 14 November 1918, illness

BENNETT, Edward, Marine, 19821 (Ch), RM Barracks Chatham, 5 April 1937, illness

BENNETT, Edwin, Regulating Petty Officer, M 38034, Dolphin, 12 August 1924, died

BENNETT, Francis E, Able Seaman, D/JX 127229, Cygnet, 20 July 1934, road accident, killed

BENNETT, Francis T, Stoker 2c, K 59110, Raleigh, 9 September 1921, illness

BENNETT, George H, Petty Officer, 191017, Catspaw, 31 December 1919, ship lost

BENNETT, James, Leading Stoker, RAN, 8835, Australia (RAN), 15 June 1919, illness

BENNETT, John H, Stoker 1c, K 64918, Pembroke, 2 September 1926, illness

BENNETT, Robert W, Petty Officer, D/JX 135100, Eagle, 7 September 1937, accidentally killed

BENNETT, Sidney F, Petty Officer, J 15947, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

BENNETT, Thomas E, Marine, 21491 (Po), St Angelo, 5 April 1936, illness

BENNETT, William, Chief Stoker, 287559, Mallard, 14 February 1919, illness

BENNEY, Frederick S, Lieutenant Commander, FAA, 461 Flight, Glorious, 2 October 1931, air crash, killed

BENNIE, James, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 269188, Pembroke, 2 October 1919, illness

BENNING, Charles S, Captain, Dolphin, 7 March 1924, illness

BENTHAM, James T, Able Seaman, CH/X 126569, Cambrian, 29 February 1932, illness

BENTLEY, Joseph H, 2nd Hand, RNR, SA 2047, Attentive II, 21 November 1918, illness

BENZIE, William R, Fireman, MMR, 897261, Taliesin, 26 January 1919, illness

BERESFORD, Douglas R, Mechanician, 308090, Repulse, 8 February 1921, accident

BERESFORD, James H, Stoker 2c, K 66152, Revenge, 26 October 1925, accidentally killed

BERESFORD, William C, Able Seaman, J 41740, Thanet, 27 May 1925, drowned

BERLYN, Arthur C, Lieutenant (E), Rainbow, 4 February 1937, illness

BERNARD, William J, Signalman, J 76283, Cormorant, 19 April 1924, illness

BERRIDGE, William L, Lieutenant, L.15, 10 April 1926, illness

BERRIMAN, George, Chief Petty Officer, 231083, Coventry, 21 August 1925, illness

BERRIMAN, Wiiliam, Gunner, RMA, RMA 10689, Lion, 1 May 1919, illness in UK

BERRY, Arthur C, Able Seaman, J 45637, Victory, 7 December 1922, illness

BERRY, Percival A, Stoker 2c, SS 119509, Vivid, 26 February 1919, illness

BERRY, Richard, Leading Stoker, D/K 20193, Dunoon, 20 December 1933, illness

BERRY, Robert E, Telegraphist, J 89337, Benbow, 30 August 1922, illness

BERRY, Samuel, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 1921, RND, Drake Battalion, 15 November 1918, France, DOW

BERRY, Thomas C J, Stoker 2c, RAN, 11260, Sydney (RAN), 6 December 1919, drowned

BERRY, William F, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 270639, Renown, 27 February 1919, illness

BESSANT, Frederick A, Stoker 1c, K 35840 (Po), Emile Nobel, 21 May 1919, Caspian Sea, DOW

BEST, Frederick G, Able Seaman, J 17362, Acacia, 14 April 1919, drowned

BEST, George, Supply Petty Officer, M 10303, Mantis, 13 May 1927, illness

BESTLEY, Oliver C, Marine, A 24365 (Ch), Royal Marines HQ, 5 January 1929, illness

BESTOW, Leslie W, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 4773, President III, 9 February 1919, illness

BESWICK, Harry, Stoker 1c, C/K 65244, Scimitar, 28 June 1932, road accident, killed

BETTRIDGE, Arthur, Leading Seaman, D/JX 135096, Hunter, 13 May 1937, mining, killed

BEVAN, George P, Captain, Triad, 14 January 1920, illness

BEVAN, Louis H B, Captain, Dragon, 5 September 1930, illness

BEVAN, Winston, Marine, 22690 (Ply), Royal Marines HQ, 27 December 1926, road accident, killed

BEVEL, Ernest H, Stoker Petty Officer, 293392, Larkspur, 9 June 1919, drowned

BEVIS, Albert J, Gunner, RMA, RMA 13514, King George V, 1 January 1919, illness

BEVIS, Restal R, Honorary Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 1 April 1932, illness

BEWS, Samuel T, Commissioned Engineer, Royal Navy, 23 May 1926, illness

BEYER, Albert F, Petty Officer, P/J 15292, Fisgard, 6 August 1931, illness

 

BIBBY, John, Able Seaman, J 50577 (Dev), Cordelia, 20 November 1918, drowned

BICKER, Ernest J, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 132011, Glorious, 1 April 1931, collision, killed

BICKER, Roland, Chief Petty Officer, 224812, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

BICKLEY, Frederick H, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 15652, Vivid, 16 March 1922, illness

BICKMORE, Noel A, Lieutenant, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

BIDWELL, Norman R, Petty Officer, J 13512, Ambrose, 26 August 1928, died

BIGGS, Archibald A G, Able Seaman, J 43366, Veronica, 8 June 1928, illness

BIGGS, William, Stoker 1c, SS 111180, Anzac, 4 March 1919, illness

BIGNELL, Alfred J, Able Seaman, J 27918, Victory, 30 May 1922, accidentally killed

BIGWOOD, George R, Stoker 1c, SS 112779, Tyrant, 24 December 1918, illness

BILBIE, William, Leading Stoker, K 6939, Velox, 16 February 1919, illness

BILLINGHURST, Arthur, Stoker 1c, K 57348, Curacoa, 24 September 1921, drowned

BILTON, Matthew W, Marine, 20945 (Ch), York, 8 September 1930, illness

BILTON, Reginald E, Regulating Petty Officer, 224787, Eaglet, 5 December 1919, accident

BINGHAM, John, Private, RMLI, 7622 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 20 December 1918, illness

BINNS, Alfred, Chief Motor Mechanic, RNVR, MB 918, Hermione, 15 December 1918, illness

BINSTEAD, Charles E, Ordinary Telegraphist, P/JX 137172, Hood, 5 November 1934, illness

BIRCH, Alexander, Stoker 1c, MC 375 (Po), Myrtle, 15 July 1919, mined

BIRCH, Augustus H, Steward, MMR, 998218, Marchioness of Bute, 25 October 1919, accident

BIRCH, Fred, Leading Signalman, 236774, Vivid, 18 November 1918, illness

BIRCH, Henry J M, Stoker 1c, P/K 57831, Iron Duke, 23 October 1933, road accident, killed

BIRCH, Steuart C, Ordinary Seaman, J 93587 (Dev), Cairo, 26 November 1920, illness in Hong Kong

BIRD, Albert E, Sick Berth Attendant, M 33621, Pembroke, 22 October 1923, illness

BIRD, Alfred L, Engine Room Artificer 3c, RAN, 3542, Encounter (RAN), 7 May 1919, illness

BIRD, Edward F, Boy 2c, JX 156251, Ganges, 2 October 1938, illness

BIRD, Edward G, Rev, Chaplain, Portsmouth Dockyard, 28 October 1928, illness

BIRD, John O, Leading Seaman, J 34198, Stonehenge, 18 April 1920, accident

BIRD, Stanley, Able Seaman, J 58513, Lord Nelson, 7 May 1919, illness

BIRD, William, Ordinary Seaman, J 72647 (Ch), Sentinel, 15 April 1919, drowned

BIRMINGHAM, William, Supply Petty Officer, M 37350, Eagle, 23 May 1925, illness

BIRRELL, John, Stoker 1c, K 60709, Sussex, 21 May 1929, illness

BISH, Harold T, Able Seaman, J 104725, Pandora, 2 February 1922, drowned

BISHOP, Albert H, Leading Telegraphist, RNVR, London Z 2253, Wireless Telegraph Station Ipswich, 18 December 1918, illness

BISHOP, Alfred J, Gunner, Viscount, 26 August 1925, illness

BISHOP, Frederick W J, Ordnance Artificer 2c, M 8918, Excellent, 4 December 1929, illness

BISHOP, John H, Boy 2c, JX 125927, Ganges, 21 February 1926, illness

BISHOP, John R, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 493, Europa, 19 January 1919, drowned

BISHOP, William W, Able Seaman, C/J 109403, Tarantula, 2 September 1932, illness

BISS, Frederick J, Able Seaman, D/JX 125338, Vivid (ex-Malaya), 19 November 1930, illness

BISSET, John D, Engineman, RNR, ES 2308, Glenboyne, 4 January 1919, mined

BISSON, John, Private, RMLI, 17006 (Po), RM, 3rd Battalion, 18 December 1918, illness in Imbros

 

BLABEY, Robinette, Act/Officer's Chief Steward, 364034, Inflexible, 24 November 1919, illness

BLACK, Benjamin, Stoker 1c, K 31201, Botha, 8 December 1918, illness

BLACK, James, Chief Petty Officer, 191084, Excellent, 14 August 1921, street accident

BLACK, Thomas, Private, RM, S 13809 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 1 February 1919, illness

BLACK-BARNES, Charles T, Lieutenant, Royal Oak, 21 February 1919, illness

BLACKBURN, Ernest B, Gunner, RMA, RMA 13311, Crescent, 5 May 1920, accident

BLACKBURN, John, Stoker 1c, P/KX 79634, Despatch, 2 November 1933, accidentally killed

BLACKFORD, George D, Private, RMLI, S 2411 (Ply), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 19 June 1919, discharged, illness in UK

BLACKFORD, William J, Ty/Engineer Commander, Engadine, 1 January 1920, illness

BLACKHAND, Alfred, Ordinary Seaman, SSX 12573, Vivid, 8 March 1927, illness

BLACKLER, George F, Leading Boatsman, 215761, Belfast Coast Guard, 17 February 1923, illness

BLACKLOCK, Percy R, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 1355, Royal Sovereign, 21 March 1929, illness

BLACKMAN, James W R T, Marine, RM, 22306 (Ply), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

BLACKMORE, Alfred E, Able Seaman, D/JX 126146, Westcott, 18 March 1936, explosion, killed

BLACKMORE, Arthur E C, Supply Chief Petty Officer, M 4550, Frobisher, 26 October 1926, illness

BLACKMORE, Charles, Able Seaman, 185210, London, 9 December 1918, illness

BLACKMORE, Joseph C, Mechanician, D/K 57495, Norfolk, 21 October 1936, illness

BLACKMORE, Vernon J, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 132096, Coventry, 27 April 1931, illness

BLACKWELL, Arthur W, Chief Engine Room Artificer, 272345, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

BLAGG, George, Stoker 1c, K 61495, Effingham, 4 May 1928, accidentally killed

BLAIR, Thomas M, Able Seaman, J 113613, Ambuscade, 26 August 1929, illness

BLAKE, Frank M, Coastguardsman 3c, 178535, Pembroke, 11 April 1922, illness

BLAKE, Frederick J, Petty Officer, P/J 46983, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

BLAKE, Marcus, Paymaster Commander, Norfolk, 22 August 1933, illness

BLAKE, Noah A G, Able Seaman, P/J 98067, Iron Duke, 5 December 1930, road accident, killed

BLAKE, William H, Py/Schoolmaster, Impregnable, 18 April 1921, illness

BLAKE, William K, Able Seaman, MMR (no service number listed), Liberty, 30 November 1918, illness

BLAKE, William R, Able Seaman, J 3711, Musketeer, 6 January 1919, drowned

BLAKELEY, Frederick J, Able Seaman, J 37779 (Ch), Dunedin, 20 January 1921, drowned

BLAKELEY, Thomas, Paymaster Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 13 April 1922, illness

BLAKEMAN, Alexander J, Sergeant, RMA, RMA 11551, RMA Eastney, 24 November 1919, accident

BLAKEMAN, George E, Officer's Steward 3c, L 13338, Thunderer, 13 September 1924, illness

BLAKEMORE, John A, Leading Seaman, J 9300 (Ch), Dolphin, 12 June 1919, drowned

BLAKEY, Andrew H, Lieutenant, RNR, Mastiff, 19 February 1919, illness

BLAKEY, John, Private, RMLI, S 1049 (Po), Renown, 26 February 1919, illness in RN Hospital Haslar

BLANN, Frank A, Master at Arms, M 6580, Dublin, 18 May 1925, illness

BLATCHFORD, Albert, Petty Officer, 220400, Tay, 27 May 1920, illness

BLEEK, John F, Able Seaman, J 75386, Nelson, 4 July 1930, illness

BLESSINGTON, Thomas, Private, RMLI, 8085 (Ply), Hyacinth, 22 March 1919, died in St Helena

BLEWETT, Bertie, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 1246, Antilochus, steamship, 29 November 1918, illness

BLEWITT, Albert P, Ordinary Seaman, J 54766 (Dev), Temeraire, 3 January 1919, Sevastopol, illness

BLIGH, William V, Stoker 1c, K 3614, Wallington, 24 February 1919, illness

BLINCH, John R, Chief Petty Officer, 187787, Botha, 16 January 1920, accident

BLISS, Montagu H, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 27 October 1936, illness

BLOOM, Reginald W, Boy 2c, J 105271, Ganges, 7 June 1922, illness

BLOOR, Edward W, Telegraphist, J 57992, Victory, 16 April 1919, illness

BLOW, Charles H, Stoker 1c, P/K 22161, Victory, 28 September 1933, illness

BLOWFIELD, Robert, Telegraphist, C/UDX/604, Bulldog, 17 March 1937, illness

BLUNDY, Frank S, Leading Stoker, K 50717, Tetrarch, 9 August 1927, illness

BLYTH, Joseph, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 27519, Spiraea, 20 January 1919, drowned

BLYTHE, Claude R, Private, RMLI, 16620 (Ch), Northumbria, steamship, 9 January 1919, mined, ship lost

 

BOAL, James, Stoker Petty Officer, 287397, Pembroke, 17 May 1919, illness

BOARD, Thomas W, Able Seaman, D/J 115271, Basilisk, 17 March 1932, accident, alongside Bulldog, killed

BOARDMAN, Richard H, Leading Seaman, 217196, Cordelia, 30 July 1922, accidentally killed

BOCKING, Andrew R, Able Seaman, P/JX 127652, Resource, 9 January 1937, drowned

BODDY, Robert H G, Engineer Commander, Engineer In Chief Division, 6 October 1930, illness

BODDY, Walter M, Private, RMLI, 18767 (Po), Iron Duke, 21 July 1921, drowned

BODY, William J, Chief Petty Officer Writer, M 7649, Warspite, 22 May 1926, illness

BOHO, Mordhammen, Seedie, (no service number listed), Crocus, 24 October 1923, illness

BOLAM, Thomas, Warrant Engineer, Hermes, 23 May 1928, illness

BOLT, John G, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 1002, Defiance, 24 November 1923, illness

BOLTON, Cyril, Stoker 1c, K 19211, Vivid, 30 July 1924, accidentally killed

BOLTON, Joseph E, Stoker Petty Officer, 278551, Victoria & Albert, 14 May 1921, illness

BOLUS, Guy H, Lieutenant Commander, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BOND, Alfred, Able Seaman, D/J 55438, Capetown, 21 June 1937, illness

BOND, John D, Able Seaman, C/JX 128633, Pembroke, 13 September 1932, illness

BOND, John, Chief Warrant Engineer, RNR, Minotaur, 24 February 1920, illness

BOND, Walter C R, Able Seaman, P/J 11313, Courageous, 5 February 1933, illness

BOND, Wilfred C, Leading Seaman, J 10428, Barham, 4 January 1923, illness

BONE, Samuel T, Engine Room Artificer 5c, M 21995, Tiger, 2 August 1921, drowned

BONHAM, William, Stoker 2c, K 54778, Pembroke, 12 December 1918, illness

BONHAM-CARTER, Philip H, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Navy, 7 January 1934, illness

BONSOR, George, Chief Petty Officer, 200028, Vernon, 1 February 1922, illness

BOOKER, Edward, Stoker Petty Officer, K 8774, Barham, 17 June 1926, illness

BOOT, William, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 12731, Blake, 5 February 1919, illness

BOOTH, Charles S, Lieutenant, FAA, 422 Sqn, Argus, 6 September 1928, air crash, killed

BOOTH, Charles, Honorary Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 9 December 1938, illness

BOOTH, Charles, Ty/Lieutenant, RNR, Hazel, 13 December 1918, died in Greece

BOOTH, Edwin W, Ordinary Seaman, MMR, 998910, Lobster, 26 August 1919, drowned

BOOTH, Harry, Ordinary Seaman, D/JX 138752, Royal Sovereign, 14 February 1936, accidentally killed

BOOTH, Henry L, Leading Signalman, 231204, Pembroke (ex-Commonwealth), 16 March 1919, illness

BOOTH, Major H, Able Seaman, J 26633, Wanderer, 21 April 1921, died

BOOTH, Patrick A, Lieutenant, FAA, 711 Sqn, London, 30 November 1937, air crash, killed

BOOTH, Sidney G, Leading Stoker, K 22689, Restless, 13 November 1927, accidentally killed

BOOTHROYD, Richard, Private, RMLI, 18942 (Po), RM, 6th Battalion, 27 August 1919, killed in North Russia

BOREHAM, Wilfred M, Able Seaman, C/J 112917, Calypso, 13 January 1931, drowned

BORG, John, Officer's Steward 1c, LX 20438, Frobisher, 22 September 1928, illness

BORGNET, Eric C J, Boy 2c, J 107596, Impregnable, 29 August 1923, illness

BORNE, John, Stoker Petty Officer, 288252, Dolphin, 24 January 1919, died in UK

BORTHWICK, William J, Able Seaman, J 40070, Malaya, 16 February 1927, accidentally killed

BOSLEY, Luther, Telegraphist, J 35185 (Po), Speedy, 11 May 1919, illness

BOSWELL, James, Boy Servant, L 11998, Victory, 30 March 1919, illness

BOSWELL, Walter O, Lieutenant, RNVR, ML.240, motor launch, 3 March 1919, illness

BOTHERAS, William R, Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 6 April 1932, illness

BOTTOMLEY, Frederick C, Lieutenant Commander, Victory, 19 July 1921, illness

BOTTOMLEY, Joseph H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 22901, Conquest, 17 April 1925, illness

BOTTOMLEY, William E, Petty Officer, J 41477, Enterprise, 2 December 1929, illness

BOTTOMS, Arthur, Able Seaman, RNVR, KP 556, RND, Anson Battalion, 28 February 1919, France, illness

BOTWRIGHT, Tom W, Gunner, Excellent, 22 February 1922, illness

BOULT, George W, Officer's Cook 1c, L 5921, Ramillies, 6 March 1919, illness

BOULTON, John, Able Seaman, J 45039 (Ch), Verulam, 4 September 1919, ship lost

BOULTON, Robert W, Boy 2c, J 94034, Impregnable, 24 February 1919, illness

BOULTON, Robert, Lieutenant (ret), Royal Navy, 3 April 1919, illness

BOUNDS, Francis C, Officer's Steward 1c, 357382, Royal Oak, 13 January 1922, illness

BOURDEN, Harry H, Seaman, Newfoundland RNR, X 2793, Vivid, 11 December 1918, illness

BOW, Robert W, Ordinary Seaman, J 101624, Emperor of India, 19 May 1924, illness

BOWDEN, Albert H, Able Seaman, J 103863, Vivid, 25 April 1930, illness

BOWDEN, Sidney N, Leading Supply Assistant, C/MX 45468, Pembroke, 13 March 1936, illness

BOWELL, Ernest W, Leading Seaman, J 30334, Danae, 24 August 1922, illness

BOWEN, James, Petty Officer, J 572, Vivid 1, ex-Dauntless, 2 October 1925, illness

BOWEN, Morris, Stoker 1c, K 11695, Tiger, 25 May 1920, illness

BOWEN, Thomas, Leading Stoker, 116939 (Dev), Cairo, 14 April 1921, died in Hong Kong

BOWEN, Thomas, Leading Stoker, K 11639, Tamar, 15 April 1921, illness

BOWER, Ivor, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, D/M 33637, Exeter, 14 January 1934, illness

BOWER, Reginald T, Signalman, J 72840, Cardiff, 27 January 1921, illness

BOWERMAN, Thomas J, Engine Room Artificer 5c, M 14502, Catspaw, 31 December 1919, ship lost

BOWERS, Robert C, Able Seaman, C/J 104875, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

BOWIE, George N, Able Seaman, Dockyard Employee, Zest, water carrier, 12 March 1932, drowned

BOWLER, Henry E, Leading Seaman, RNVR, Sussex 3/334, President III, 17 February 1919, illness in RN Hospital Haslar

BOWLES, Edward J, Engineer Lieutenant, K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

BOWLES, Gordon G, Private, RMLI, 16757 (Po), M.22, monitor, 20 February 1919, died

BOWLES, John T, Engineman, RNR, DA 6507, John Robert, 1 February 1919, ship lost

BOWMAN, Alfred, Stoker, RNR, U 1597, Challenger, 21 February 1919, illness

BOWMAN, Henry, Chief Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 19 November 1928, illness

BOXALL, Cyril H, Able Seaman, P/JX 135148, Birmingham, 3 April 1939, illness

BOXALL, Frederick A B, Sick Berth Attendant, M 30697, Pembroke, 22 July 1923, illness

BOXALL, Henry R, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 12568, Crocus, 22 November 1922, died

BOXER, Peter N, Sub Lieutenant, FAA, 714 Flight, Manchester, 23 December 1938, air crash, killed

BOYD, Alfred, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 18099, P.47, 24 September 1923, drowned

BOYD, Kenneth Mac C, Petty Officer, 217767, Pembroke, 17 April 1921, illness

BOYD, Leonard F, Able Seaman, P/J 109533, Ladybird, 9 May 1932, drowned

BOYD, William A, Musician, RMB, RMB 1059, Commonwealth, 19 February 1919, illness in UK

BOYD, William, Stoker Petty Officer, 297448 (Po), Gentian, 15 July 1919, mined

BOYD, William, Supply Petty Officer, M 3879, Sandhurst, 9 May 1928, illness

BOYES, Jack, Stoker 1c, K 63216, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BOYLE, James C C, Surgeon Lieutenant, Egmont (ex-Wolsey), 29 August 1927, illness

BOYLE, William, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 4517, RND, 2nd Reserve Battalion, 5 February 1919, illness in UK

BOYNE, John, Seaman, RNR, A 7628, President III, 19 December 1918, illness

BOZMAN, David, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 64310, RN Hospital, Plymouth, 11 December 1938, accidentally killed

 

BRACE, Benjamin, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, D/M 1987, Lucia, 19 April 1931, illness

BRACE, Edward C, Leading Seaman, P/J 31814, Pembroke, 12 May 1935, illness

BRACE, George W, Stoker Petty Officer, K 7108, Egmont (Wolsey), 3 January 1929, illness

BRACEGIRDLE, James E, Ordinary Seaman, J 76736, Resolution, 30 December 1918, illness

BRACEWELL, Frank, Senior Reserve Attendant, M 10546, Classic, hospital ship, 13 February 1919, illness

BRACEWELL, Robinson, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 270477, Kinross, 16 June 1919, ship lost

BRACKENBURY, Albert V, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 6940, Principal, 25 November 1918, illness

BRADBURY, Arthur E, Leading Seaman, J 21068, King George V, 4 March 1921, road accident

BRADBURY, Henry A, Officer's Steward 2c, L 6249, Victory, 24 May 1919, illness

BRADDICK, James W, Able Seaman, J 87229, H.44, 28 February 1925, road accident, killed

BRADE, Frank T, Act/Lieutenant Commander, RNR, CMB.67A, coastal motor boat, 18 August 1919, attack on Kronstadt Harbour

BRADFORD, Samuel A, Gunner, RMA, RMA 10424, Emperor of India, 7 February 1921, illness

BRADLEY, Arthur R, Surgeon Captain, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 20 August 1930, illness

BRADLEY, Charles A B, Chief Ordnance Artificer 1c, D/M 7379, Drake, 30 May 1934, road accident, killed

BRADLEY, George F, Petty Officer, C/J 28505, Pembroke, 12 February 1937, illness

BRADLEY, Henry G N, Telegraphist, C/J 32678, Wolfhound, 10 October 1937, illness

BRADLEY, James G, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, D/M 10895, Drake, 12 March 1936, illness

BRADLEY, Joseph A, Chief Stoker, P/K 55729, Drake, 18 March 1936, illness

BRADLEY, Robert G, Stoker 1c, K 21424, Cyclamen, 3 August 1928, illness

BRADLEY, Samuel S, Gunner, RMA, RMA 15500, RMA Eastney, 6 February 1919, illness

BRADLEY, Thomas H J, Private, RMLI, 18070 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 11 November 1920, accident

BRADLEY, William J, Able Seaman, J 78842, Victory, 18 March 1919, illness

BRADSHAW, Robert H, Lieutenant, RM, P R /T Course, 6 March 1935, illness

BRADY, Arthur C, Able Seaman, P/JX 141066, Royal Navy, 14 March 1938, illness

BRADY, Daniel, Quartermaster, MMR, 997437, Eaglet, 1 February 1920, illness

BRAGG, Edward C, Sick Berth Attendant, M 35459, Pembroke, 9 June 1922, illness

BRAGG, Frederick E, Leading Seaman, J 98090, Vivid, 10 June 1927, illness

BRAGG, Leslie P, Stoker 1c, D/KX 83226, Drake, 12 November 1936, accidentally killed

BRAHAM, Harry G, Petty Officer, J 31109, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BRAID, Alexander C, Petty Officer, J 7272, Ramillies, 15 July 1927, accidentally killed

BRAIN, Frederick J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 21058, Pembroke, 25 July 1927, illness

BRAITHWAITE, Charles, Stoker 1c, K 50409, Vivid, 17 December 1919, accident

BRAMBRICK, Thomas, Stoker 1c, D/KX 86324, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BRANAGH, Henry, Master at Arms, M 7886, Vivid, 15 August 1923, illness

BRAND, Frank H, Petty Officer, 239324, Pembroke, 5 September 1921, illness

BRAND, Frederick A, Stoker Petty Officer, 307776, Gilia, 26 March 1919, illness

BRAND, James H, Leading Seaman, RNR, A 5859, Merlin II, 26 November 1918, illness

BRANDON, Edwin S, Petty Officer, 238874, Victory, 22 March 1920, illness

BRANFILL, Richard B, Private, RMLI, 14189 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 14 March 1919, illness

BRANSBY, Arthur, Able Seaman, 238417, Pembroke, 13 December 1920, illness

BRANSFIELD, Michael J, Shipwright 1c, 346265, Tarantula, 11 July 1926, illness

BRASNETT, Archibald H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 5384 (Po), Mallow, 22 February 1919, illness

BRATBY, Kenneth K, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 6054, RND, Drake Battalion, 3 April 1919, France, DOW in UK

BRAY, Albert E, Chaplain, Victory, 29 April 1924, illness

BRAY, George B, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 26 March 1930, illness

BRAY, John, Chief Petty Officer Cook, 347534, Vivid, 25 July 1928, illness

BRAY, William C, Boy 2c, J 87718, Powerful, 25 November 1918, illness

BRAY, William J, Boy 2c, J 103439, Impregnable, 10 January 1922, illness

BRAY, William J, Chief Stoker, 163063, Pomone, 14 December 1919, illness

BRAY, William J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 11968, Silvio, 30 November 1919, drowned

BRAYBROOKE, Charles W, Major, RM, Royal Marines, 24 March 1920, illness

BRAZELL, William, Private, RM, S 14208 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 27 February 1919, accident

BRAZIER, Robert, Trimmer, MMR, 864773, Eaglet, 15 February 1919, illness

BREACH, Mark E, Officer's Steward 1c, L 3459, Wessex, 11 April 1927, accidentally killed

BREDDY, Gilbert, Stoker Petty Officer, K 11187, Vixen, 21 November 1918, illness

BREHANT, John T, Able Seaman, MMR, 954203, Seadog, 22 February 1919, illness

BREINGAN, Henry H, Stoker 1c, SS 116567 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

BREMNER, John, Leading Stoker, SS 101525, Economy, 25 November 1918, illness

BREMRIDGE, James P A, Lieutenant Commander, Delhi, 21 September 1926, illness

BRENNAN, Albert, Stoker 1c, C/KX 80311, Valiant, 24 April 1931, illness

BRENNAN, Arthur P, Paymaster Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 24 August 1932, illness

BRENNAN, Joseph, Able Seaman, SS 5442, Raleigh, 11 November 1921, drowned

BRENTON, Alfred, Chief Painter, 346970, Vivid, 1 August 1925, illness

BRESNER, Frank R, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BRETT, Bertram H, Gunner, Leith, 1 December 1935, illness

BRETT, George F, Officer's Steward 3c, L 10024, Hermione, 24 February 1919, illness

BREWER, Albert E J, Able Seaman, J 51017 (Dev), Suffolk, 5 December 1918, Vladivostok

BREWER, Arthur B, Mechanician, 310926, Catspaw, 31 December 1919, ship lost (grave right - Gareth Thomas)

BREWER, Arthur H, Able Seaman, J 36739, Tiger, 27 August 1919, accident

BREWER, Herbert W, Regulating Petty Officer, D/M 38607, Carysfort, 27 November 1930, illness

BREWER, William E, Telegraphist, J 41903, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

BREWETON, Charles T, Stoker 1c, SS 124245, Emperor of India, 25 February 1922, died

BRICKNELL, Victor J, Able Seaman, P/J 86829, Royal Navy, 23 April 1939, illness

BRIDGER, Arthur, Stoker Petty Officer, K 21764, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BRIDGEWATER, Harold E, Paymaster, RNCVR, Rainbow (RCN), 22 October 1919, illness in Esquimalt

BRIDLE, Sidney J, Telegraphist, J 32026, Mersey, 1 January 1919, illness

BRIEN, Peter J, Stoker 1c, K 57245, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BRIFFA, Carmelo, Officer's Cook 3c, L 11138, Egmont, 10 July 1919, illness

BRIGGS, Ernest F, Paymaster Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Teutonic, 20 December 1918, illness

BRIGGS, Harry, Telegraphist, J 52442, Victory, 26 February 1919, illness

BRIGGS, James F, Stoker 1c, K 42368, Lake Tanganyika Flotilla, 6 January 1919, illness

BRIGGS, Oscar C, 2nd Hand, RNR, DA 2576, Pekin, 28 November 1918, illness

BRIGHT, George H, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 1671, Pembroke, 2 September 1920, illness

BRINCAT, Carmelo, Officer's Cook 2c, L 10884, Berberis, 16 December 1918, illness

BRINDLE, Harold, Able Seaman, J 15930, Victory, 26 May 1919, illness

BRINDLE, Joseph S, Marine, RM, 222157 (Ply), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

BRINDLEY, Thomas, Boy 1c, D/JX 148446, Devonshire, 21 June 1937, illness

BRINSON, Alfred S, Coastguardsman 3c, 9763 (Ch), Colleen, 27 April 1921, died

BRINTON, Gerald L, Lieutenant, RAF service, 18 August 1931, air crash, killed

BRISCOE, George, Stoker 1c, P/KX 78217, Champion, 31 January 1931, illness

BRISCOE, Robert F, Honorary Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 28 October 1920, illness

BRISK, William, Stoker Petty Officer, 304964, Pembroke, 16 April 1924, illness

BRISTOW, Clifford L, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 39528, Birmingham, 22 March 1928, died

BRISTOW, Geoffrey L, Lieutenant, RNVR, London Division, RNVR, 24 November 1932, illness

BRISTOW, John G, Plumber 2c, M 34887, Vernon, 21 December 1927, street accident, killed

BRISTOW, Reginald, Stoker 1c, K 47221, Pembroke, 21 February 1919, illness

BRITTAIN, Harold J, Chief Shipwright 2c, C/M 2447, Pembroke, 28 August 1933, died

BROAD, Charles W, Able Seaman, J 20915 (Ch), Dragon, 17 October 1919, shore action near Riga

BROAD, John R, Electrical Artificer 1c, 347604, Caradoc, 10 December 1926, illness

BROAD, Samuel, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BROAD, Thomas M (real name, but served as Thomas Coombes), Petty Officer, 229152, Hood, 31 January 1923, illness

BROADRIBB, Walter F, Able Seaman, D/JX 127701, Drake, 4 October 1935, road accident, killed

BROCK, Edwin F, Boy 2c, J 104079, Colossus, 7 November 1921, illness

BROCKBANK, Harold G, Petty Officer, 234681, ML.389, motor launch (also shown as ML.365), 20 September 1919, illness

BROCKHURST, Archibald, Leading Stoker, K 6755, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BROCKS, Leslie B, Officer's Steward 3c, L 8946, Superb, 12 December 1918, Sevastopol, illness l

BROMLEY, James A E, Able Seaman, J 113690, Sheffield, 24 February 1939, died

BROOKE, Edward E, Lieutenant Commander, President (ex-Strongbow), 10 February 1919, illness

BROOKE, Robert S, Leading Stoker, D/KX 81583, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BROOKER, Alfred A, Supply Petty Officer, D/M 37366, Laburnum, 7 September 1934, illness

BROOKER, Alfred W, Stoker 1c, K 37828, Bacchante, 16 February 1919, illness

BROOKES, Frederick R, Stoker 1c, K 43616, Rocket, 5 January 1924, drowned

BROOKES, Reginald, Private, RMLI, 17630 (Ply), London, 31 July 1919, illness in UK

BROOKE-SHORT, Cecil, Major, RM, Cumberland, 28 June 1937, illness

BROOKS, Albert H, Stoker 1c, K 23341 (Dev), Kinross, 16 June 1919, ship lost

BROOKS, Albert W, Stoker 1c, K 12890, Hecla, 5 March 1920, illness

BROOKS, Albert, Petty Officer 1c, 174789, Agamemnon, 31 March 1919, illness

BROOKS, Ernest E, Stoker 1c, K 49403, London, 4 December 1918, illness

BROOKS, George, Stoker 2c, K 48680, Albatross, 12 January 1919, illness

BROOKS, Henry T, Petty Officer, D/J 33798, Adventure, 3 July 1933, illness

BROOKS, William R, Petty Officer, P/J 23358, Royal Navy, 31 October 1935, illness

BROOKSMITH, Eldred S, Captain, Iron Duke, 3 December 1931, illness

BROOKWAY, Henry T, Leading Signalman, J 19058, Hawkins, 12 June 1921, illness

BROOMHAM, Charles, Chief Stoker, KX 75990, Cardiff, 18 December 1937, illness

BROTHERHOOD, Richard H, Sapper, RM, S 845 (Deal), RND, 2nd Field Company, Divisional Engineers, 23 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

BROUGH, George T, Boy 2c, JX 150358, Ganges, 2 March 1937, illness

BROUGHTON, Frederick G, Stoker 1c, K 35876, Thisbe, 19 March 1919, illness

BROWN, Albert G T, Lieutenant Commander, Rtd, Royal Navy, 7 December 1934, illness

BROWN, Albert H, Able Seaman, J 76555, Ben Alder, 12 March 1919, illness

BROWN, Alfred H, Leading Stoker, K 9126, Argus, 17 November 1924, accidentally killed

BROWN, Annesley G L, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander, Medical Officer's Promotion Course, 8 April 1934, illness

BROWN, Archibald Mc I, Stoker 1c, K 45315, Dianthus, 3 December 1918, illness

BROWN, Arthur H, Painter 3c, M 13869, Fisgard, 18 March 1919, illness

BROWN, Arthur, Marine, X 1283 (Ch), RM Deal, 31 December 1935, illness

BROWN, Brian M, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 1 November 1931, illness

BROWN, Charles, Coastguardsman, 166914, HM Coastguard Station Ballygrovane, 25 July 1920, killed by Irish Republican Army

BROWN, Dougal Mc P, Leading Steward, C/L 12605, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

BROWN, Eric G, Able Seaman, J 45321, Sunflower, 1 February 1919, illness

BROWN, Ernest A, Trimmer Cook, RNR, TC 902, Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

BROWN, Ernest E G, Able Seaman, D/JX 135452, Grimsby, 29 May 1936, illness

BROWN, Eustace W, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 34385, Castor, 28 August 1923, illness

BROWN, Francis, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, M 21645, Pembroke, 28 July 1927, illness

BROWN, George J, Leading Stoker, D/KX 76521, Hastings, 16 January 1933, drowned

BROWN, George V, Trimmer, RNR, TS 3905, Rene, 25 February 1919, illness

BROWN, George, Deck Hand, MMR (no service number listed), Ivanhoe, 9 January 1919, ship lost

BROWN, Harry G, Stoker 1c, K 8124, Furious, 4 February 1929, illness

BROWN, Jack R, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 10376, Pembroke, 1 January 1919, illness

BROWN, James M, Boy 1c, P/JX 141271, Hood, 19 January 1935, drowned

BROWN, James, Stoker Petty Officer, 288047, Sapphire, 13 December 1918, illness

BROWN, John R S, Able Seaman, SS 7409, Marlborough, 26 June 1920, accident

BROWN, John W, Private, RMLI, S 236 (Ch), RM, 3rd Battalion, 6 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

BROWN, John, Able Seaman, RNCVR, VR 3184, Niobe (RCN), 22 November 1918, illness

BROWN, Joseph, Able Seaman, J 15869, Tenedos, 1 April 1921, illness

BROWN, Leslie C F, Boy 2, SX 122166, Ganges, 31 December 1928, illness

BROWN, Ralph, Signal Boy, J 89978, Ganges, 28 November 1918, illness

BROWN, Richard J, Engineer Commander, Pembroke, 11 November 1928, illness

BROWN, Robert A, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 136366, Nelson, 10 October 1935, illness

BROWN, Sidney A, Shipwright 2c, P/M 33945, Nelson, 19 November 1932, illness

BROWN, Thomas W, Salvage Boatswain, MMR (no service number listed), Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

BROWN, Walter M, Private, RMLI, 15988 (Ch), RM Siege Battery, 29 November 1918, illness

BROWN, William G, Lieutenant, RNR, Duchess of Rothesay, 8 March 1919, drowned

BROWN, William, Chief Stoker, 154094, Pembroke, 15 November 1918, illness

BROWN, William, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BROWNE, Charles A, Captain, Glasgow, 30 June 1937, illness

BROWNE, Ernest R, Skipper, RNR, Cromorna, 7 April 1919, illness

BROWNE, Louis C, Stoker 1c, SS 23159, Titania, 7 October 1920, illness in Wei Hai Wei

BROWNLOW, Frederick, Able Seaman, C/SSX 17721, Diana, 8 May 1938, illness

BROWNLOW, John H, Gunner, RMA, RMA S 2055, RM, 3rd Battalion, 2 February 1919, illness

BRUCE, Alfred N, Leading Seaman, P/J 104004, H.24, 17 June 1932, road accident, killed

BRUCE, George, Leading Seaman, RNVR, London Z 2817, RND, Hood Battalion, 28 March 1920, wounded 4 Feb 1917, DOW

BRUCE, Henry, Trimmer, RNR, TS 5423, Leonard, 8 January 1920, ship lost

BRUCE, James A, Leading Seaman, 193410, Poppy, on books of Colleen, 11 March 1920, drowned

BRUCE, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside 2/169, RND, Collingwood Battalion, 14 November 1918, interned in Holland, illness

BRUEN, Charles J, Private, RMLI, 18554 (Po), RMLI, 1st Reserve Battalion, 21 April 1919, discharged, illness in UK

BRUNDLE, Archie L, Able Seaman, C/JX 131734, Medway, 26 July 1939, accidentally killed

BRUNNING, David J, Joiner 1c, C/M 4523, Hermes, 22 April 1932, illness

BRUNNING, David, Naval Cadet, Sea Cadet Corps (civilian youth organization), 12 July 1929, accidental fire at Gillingham

BRUNO, Oltemus, Wardroom Steward, L 390 (Maltese), Comet, 12 January 1937, illness

BRUNSDON, Richard T, Marine, 20456 (Po), Egmont, 31 December 1930, illness

BRURTON, Harold, Leading Stoker, D/JX 77767, Selkirk, 21 December 1935, illness

BRYAN, Francis, Stoker 1c, K 37201, Pembroke, 24 June 1922, illness

BRYAN, Thomas L G, Lieutenant, RM, Hermes, 30 March 1926, air crash

BRYAN, William C, Boy 1c, J 103997, Ganges, 14 July 1922, illness

BRYANT, Edward, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 3121, Victory, 22 February 1919, illness

BRYANT, Frederick A, Leading Seaman, J 11302, Defiance, 30 May 1924, illness

BRYANT, George, Engineman, RNR, ES 3152, Wallington, 10 December 1918, illness

BRYANT, William C, Engine Room Artificer 4c, C/MX 48241, Hussar, 8 December 1938, drowned

BRYANT, William W, Ordinary Seaman, RAN, 6171, Australia (RAN), 16 March 1920, illness

BRYCE, Hugh, Stoker 1c, K 61869, Effingham, 28 June 1929, illness

BRYDON, William E, Signalman, RAN, 4562, Huon (RAN), 29 September 1919, illness

BRYMNER, John, Linesman, MMR (no service number listed), Mollusc, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 10 December 1918, illness

 

BUCHAN, Charles, Marine, RM, Ply/18555, Hood, 12 March 1930, illness, after discharge

BUCHAN, James, Stoker 1c, K 33821, Rob Roy, 16 February 1919, illness

BUCHANAN, Peter, Seaman, RNR, A 7700, Iolaire (Pembroke, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

BUCHANAN, William M, Lieutenant, RNR, President, 19 February 1919, illness

BUCK, Elijah F, Chief Petty Officer, 224883, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

BUCK, Jack L W, Engine Room Artificer 5c, D/MX 47650, Glorious, 15 October 1933, illness

BUCK, James W, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 15469, Petrel, 10 March 1919, illness

BUCKIE, Barry, Yeoman of Signals, 212183, Victory, 2 March 1921, accident

BUCKIE, Herbert, Stoker 1c, 291863, Pembroke, 10 December 1918, illness

BUCKINGHAM, John, Petty Officer, J 395, Benbow, 12 May 1927, illness

BUCKLAND, Herbert, Chief Stoker, 308049, Victory, 5 March 1919, illness

BUCKLE, Harry J, Engineer Lieutenant, Excellent, 17 August 1919, illness

BUCKLE, Hugh C, Captain, RN War College, Greenwich, 21 May 1924, illness

BUCKLEE, Fred, Stoker Petty Officer, 297696, Pembroke, 18 April 1919, illness

BUCKLER, George A, Gunner, RMA, RMA 9792, RMA Eastney, 17 February 1919, illness

BUCKLEY, John H, Lieutenant, Otway, 9 February 1932, illness in HS Maine

BUCKLEY, Patrick J, Donkeyman, MMR, 600804, Almanzora, 29 November 1918, illness

BUDGE, John S, Engineer Commander, Devonport Dockyard, 25 March 1924, illness

BUDGEON, James, Stoker 1c, K 23665, Victory, 26 December 1921, illness

BUGG, Rupert W, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, SD 5046, Victory, 22 March 1919, illness

BUGG, William H, Able Seaman, J 6759, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BUGGS, Harry, Stoker Petty Officer, K 4487, Dunedin, 13 October 1920, illness

BUGLER, Albert E, Ordinary Seaman, J 77855, Paxton, 20 December 1918, illness

BULBECK, Harold J, Leading Seaman, J 27703, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

BULL, Charles E, Leading Signalman, J 40968, L.12, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

BULL, Donald S, Boy 1c, C/J 156960, Curlew, 13 March 1939, illness

BULL, Edward G, Leading Seaman, J 82644, Pembroke, 1 February 1930, illness

BULL, William M, Surgeon Commander (D), RNVR, London Division, RNVR, 15 December 1938, illness

BULLAMORE, Arthur, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 3177, Lively II, 2 February 1919, drowned

BULLEN, Albert T W, Electrical Artificer 5c, M 30451, Vernon, 27 December 1918, illness

BULLEN, Ernest, Petty Officer, 236107, Mersey, 2 January 1919, illness

BULLEN, Henry C, Stoker 1c, 302962, Antrim, 7 March 1920, illness

BULLEN, John F, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, M 26915, Indus, 18 October 1921, illness

BULLEN, John J, Marine, P/X 1484, Orion, 10 February 1937, illness

BULLER, Gordon, Able Seaman, C/J 111766, Mantis, 16 February 1931, illness

BULLOCK, Harry, Stoker 1c, K 32792, Heather, on books of Colleen, 17 November 1918, illness

BULLOCK, James W, Able Seaman, J 21915, Phaeton, 27 September 1919, drowned

BULLOCK, Osmund F L, Lieutenant, FAA, 811 Sqn, Furious, 2 October 1933, air crash, killed

BUMFORD, John R, Boy 2c, J 91937, Ganges, 15 November 1918, illness

BUNDEY, Walter R T, Able Seaman, P/J 36942, Vernon, 3 September 1934, illness

BUNDY, Walter W, Stoker 1c, K 10451, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 27 July 1924, illness

BUNGEY, Stewart A, Boy 2c, J 103932, Impregnable, 19 March 1922, illness

BUNKER, Ronald O, Able Seaman, J 19911, Westcott, 21 July 1921, drowned

BUNT, Frederick N, Leading Cook, D/M 39109, Caradoc, 8 June 1933, illness

BUNTING, Francis, Engineman, MMR (no service number listed), Basuto, mercantile fleet auxiliary, 9 December 1918, illness

BUNTING, Henry J, Colour Sergeant, RMLI, 22760, RM Headquarters, 19 June 1920, illness

BURBERRY, Bert, Leading Stoker, K 22945, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BURBRIDGE, Stanley H G, Boy 2c, J 112093, Ganges, 28 November 1924, illness

BURCH, Ronald E, Leading Seaman, D/JX 130255, Matabele, 19 July 1939, accidentally killed

BURDEN, Edward P, Private, RMLI, S 2503 (Po), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 24 November 1918, France, illness

BURDEN, Norman W, Private, RMLI, 18317 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 8 February 1919, illness

BURDEN, Walter, Chief Mechanician 2c, 358236, Victory, 20 November 1921, illness

 

BURDON, John E, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 11023, Tartar, 18 November 1918, illness (right, with thanks to James Pasby, North East War Memorials Project; from the house magazine of Smiths Dock Shipbuilding Co, c1922)

 

BURDY, Wallace J, Leading Signalman, J 37130, Royal Oak, 23 March 1928, illness

BURFORD, Frederick W, Able Seaman, MMR, 100302, Walton Belle, 3 August 1919, killed

BURGE, Samuel, Able Seaman, J 12020, Vivid, 14 April 1922, illness

BURGESS, Ewart, Stoker, D/KX 90840, Furious, 20 April 1938, illness

BURGESS, Gilbert M, Able Seaman, J 40911, Cleopatra, 3 November 1920, ship's boat in collision with Admiralty drifter Flat Calm, lost

BURGESS, Harold, Mate, Furious, 27 January 1919, illness

BURGESS, Robert O, Officer's Steward 2c, L 6606, Vivid, 12 April 1920, illness

BURGESS, William, Stoker 1c, K 47262, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BURKE, James A, Stoker 1c, 296276, Devonshire, 10 February 1919, died

BURKE, Richard S, Chief Yeoman of Signals, 209562, Vivid, 27 February 1922, illness

BURN, Allen J, Able Seaman, J 49807, Vernon, 14 May 1924, illness

BURN, John, Commander, RNR, Victory, 18 May 1920, illness

BURNBY, Henry J, Chief Petty Officer, P/J 6397, Victory, 13 January 1931, died

BURNELL, Arthur E, Private, RMLI, 19174 (Po), Caledon, 31 August 1920, drowned

BURNETT, John E, Bandmaster 1c, RMB 1467, Renown, 13 February 1927, illness

BURNETT, John, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 26636, Vernon, 4 March 1932, road accident, killed

BURNETT, Oliver D, Stoker Petty Officer, 309917 (Ch), Emile Nobel, 21 May 1919, Caspian Sea, DOW

BURNETT, Reginald J, Ordinary Seaman, J 113249, Concord, 9 May 1927, illness

BURNEY, James, Marine, 22256 (Po), Cornwall, 22 March 1933, drowned

BURNS, Allan R, Able Seaman, J 24920, Excellent, 17 September 1923, accidentally killed

BURNS, Erasmus J, Gunner, Archer, 22 February 1919, drowned

BURNS, Frederick G, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, President, 23 November 1918, illness

BURNS, John, Stoker 1c, K 17609 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

BURNS, Norman S, Leading Aircraftsman, RAF, 590712, FAA, 711 Sqn, London, 30 November 1937, air crash, killed

BURNS, Richard, Ordinary Seaman, C/SSX 18996, Pembroke, 10 October 1936, illness

BURRAGE, John, Seaman, Newfoundland RNR, Z 1789, Hyndford, steamship, 19 November 1918, illness

BURREL, Thomas H, Chief Stoker, 307218, Waterhen, 24 February 1925, drowned

BURRELL, Sykes S, Able Seaman, P/JX 132937, Victory, 27 April 1933, illness

BURREN, Charles H B, Boatswain, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

BURRIDGE, Jack, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 60943, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

BURROWS, Alfred H S, Stoker 1c, K 57934, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

BURROWS, Edmund G, Lieutenant, Constance, 16 September 1924, accidentally killed

BURROWS, William R, Able Seaman, P/J 113797, Challenger, 15 August 1933, illness

BURT, Fred H J, Chief Stoker, K 10238, Coventry, 8 March 1923, accidentally killed

BURTON, George W, Leading Telegraphist, J 39729, Eagle, 18 January 1924, air accident, killed

BURTON, George W, Leading Telegraphist, J 39729, FAA, 423 Sqn, Eagle, 18 January 1927, air crash, killed

BURTON, James, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 28432, Centaur, 20 March 1919, illness

BURTON, Richard, Captain, RMLI, RM, 6th Battalion, 8 September 1919, killed in North Russia

BURTON, Victor L, Seaman, RNR, A 8845, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

BURY, George W, Lieutenant, RNVR, Egmont, 23 September 1920, illness

BUSBY, Victor A H, Private, RMLI, 21231 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 13 April 1920, illness

BUSH, Joseph, Corporal, RMLI, 5112 (Po)(RFR A 833), RND, Portsmouth Battalion, 13 March 1919, discharged, illness in UK

BUSH, Nathaniel, Able Seaman, D/JX 146057, Defiance, 26 February 1936, illness

BUSHE, Thomas, Boy 2c, JX 142505, Ganges, 16 January 1935, illness

BUSHELL, Sidney, Stoker Petty Officer, K 22803, Cumberland, 15 May 1930, illness

BUSHELL, William J, Petty Officer, P/JX 126659, Frobisher, 27 January 1932, illness

BUSS, John W, Able Seaman, J 2144 (Ch), Fandango, 3 July 1919, ship lost

BUSTARD, Albert E, Able Seaman, MMR, 986733, Peter Pan, 9 July 1919, drowned

BUSUTTIL, Guiseppe, Bandsman, E/M 4664, St Angelo, 15 June 1935, illness

BUSWELL, Leonard W, Able Seaman, D/J 109194, Exeter, 21 January 1933, accidentally killed

BUTCHER, Edward M, Stoker 1c, 158337, Blenheim, 20 July 1923, illness

BUTCHER, Harold F, Able Seaman, C/J 91916, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

BUTCHER, Henry J, Boy 2c, J 103454, Impregnable, 12 June 1922, drowned

BUTCHER, William, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 19656, Newbury, 2 March 1919, illness

BUTLAND, Richard W H, Officer's Steward, L 9741 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

BUTLER, Cecil, Telegraphist, J 89971, Rodney, 27 April 1930, illness

BUTLER, Charles W, Petty Officer Steward, P/L 4258, Victory, 15 October 1934, illness

BUTLER, Frank V, Able Seaman, J 31120, Tiger, 4 January 1922, illness

BUTLER, Henry C, Petty Officer, 228827, Barham, 14 August 1927, illness

BUTLER, Henry, Stoker 1c, K 15724 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

BUTLER, James, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, MC 922, Larkspur, 9 June 1919, drowned

BUTLER, John, Stoker 1c, K 61542, Tenacious, 25 June 1927, died

BUTLER, Sidney A, Marine, 18375 (Po), Portsmouth Division, RM, 15 August 1925, road accident, Oxford

BUTLER-COLE, Thomas B, Lieutenant (E), Britannia, RN College, Dartmouth, 27 July 1930, illness

BUTLIN, Edward S R, Lieutenant, Queen Elizabeth, 10 June 1922, illness

BUTT, Ronald A F, Signal Boy, J 112249, Revenge, 30 September 1926, accidentally killed

BUTTERWORTH, Arthur, Able Seaman, RNVR, S 1992 (Palace), Ganges II, 16 November 1918, illness in UK

BUTTIGIEG, Giovanni, Able Seaman, 228300, Egmont, 17 December 1918, illness

BUTTLE, James F, Able Seaman, J 22045, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

BUTTLER, Sidney A, Marine, 18375 (Po), Centurion, 15 August 1925, accidentally killed

BUXTON, Bernard, Commander, Birmingham, 29 December 1923, illness

BUXTON, James F, Able Seaman, J 78202, TB.18, torpedo boat, 31 December 1918, illness

 

BYCROFT, George E, Stoker Petty Officer, 310823, Victory, 25 December 1918, drowned

BYGRAVE, William, Able Seaman, J 22823, Cockchafer, river gunboat (originally listed as M.25, monitor), 4 December 1918, accidentally shot at machine gun school near Arkhangel, and died

BYRNE, Alan W, Electrical Artificer 2c, P/MX 47269, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

BYRNE, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 3758, RND, 1st RM Battalion, attached Howe Battalion, 15 April 1919, discharged, illness in UK

BYRNE, John, Boy 2c, JX 149054, Royal Navy, 27 March 1937, illness

BYRON, Charles G, Ty/Lieutenant, RNR, Earl of Peterborough, 10 December 1918, illness

BYRON, John, Warrant Engineer, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

 

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