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

by Name - CADAGAN to EYRES

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(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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CADAGAN, Albert, Able Seaman, J 55263, ML.291, motor launch, 26 December 1921, drowned

CADD, William, Boy 1c, J 89738, Ramillies, 27 April 1919, illness

CADELL, Alexander R, Lieutenant, Victory, 14 May 1928, illness

CAFFERY, William H, Stoker 1c, 283835, RND, Collingwood Battalion, 22 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

CAHALANE, Daniel, Seaman, RNR, A 5310, RND, Anson Battalion, 2 May 1919, discharged, illness in UK

CAHILL, Joseph, Able Seaman, J 12725, Warspite, 6 October 1923, illness

CAIN, James, Ordinary Seaman, P/SSX 14980, Victory I, 2 May 1935, illness

CAIN, John T, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 7679, President, 14 February 1919, illness

CAIN, John, Assistant Cook, MMR, 898718, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

CAIN, Percy E, Act/Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 23 March 1921, illness

CAIRNS, David C, Able Seaman, C/SSX 16483, Caledonia, 3 March 1939, in motor boat, drowned

CAITHNESS, William, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 28 March 1931, illness

CAKE, Percy L, Boy 2c, J 112646, Ganges, 1 June 1925, illness

CAKEBREAD, Arthur, Lieutenant, RNVR, Juno, 7 July 1919, illness

CALDER, Robert, Telegraphist, J 82617, Vivid, 25 September 1925, illness

CALDICOTT, Alfred G, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 58055, Pembroke, 26 October 1931, road accident, killed

CALEY, William, Able Seaman, J 83751, Ladybird, 22 August 1921, drowned

CALLAGHAN, James, Coastguardsman 3c, 177301, Vivid, 13 October 1921, illness

CALLAGHAN, James, Stoker 1c, K 30260, Kilfinny, 26 February 1919, illness

CALLAGHAN, Sir George A, Admiral of the Fleet, Royal Navy, 23 November 1920, illness

CALLAN, William D, Chief Gunner, Ark Royal, 8 March 1920, illness

CALLARD, William G, Leading Cook, M 5663, Glorious, 17 March 1930, illness

CALLAWAY, Albert A W, Leading Seaman, J 16817, Excellent, 22 June 1923, illness

CALLAWAY, Frank Le M, Paymaster Lieutenant, Egmont, 3 March 1919, illness

CALLEJA, Carmelo, Officer's Cook 1c, 167026, Victory, 14 January 1920, illness

CALLINGHAM, Harry V, Able Seaman, P/JX 132669, Excellent, 9 June 1933, road accident, killed

CALLISTER, George, Sergeant, RMA, RMA 10298, Royal Marines HQ, 20 February 1923, illness

CALLOW, Cecil C, Musician, RMB X 259, Excellent, 18 August 1935, road accident, killed

CALLOW, William, Private, RMLI, 16679 (Po), Leviathan, 20 January 1919, died in UK

CALLUS, Angelo, Petty Officer 1c, 235504, Egmont, 7 February 1921, illness

CALVERT, John J, Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 19 December 1931, illness

CALVERT, Thomas F P, Rear Admiral, Royal Navy, 1 July 1938, illness

CAME, John, Leading Telegraphist, J 808, Calypso, 20 July 1920, drowned

CAMERON, George W L, Chief Petty Officer, D/J 5457, Mersey Division, RNVR, 28 June 1934, illness

CAMERON, John, Gunner, RMA 8752, RM Headquarters, 3 July 1921, killed by Irish Republican Army

CAMERON, Robert F, Seaman, RNR, X 18393 A, Blanche, 15 July 1939, road accident, killed

CAMERON, Robert, Engineman, RNR, ES 2970, White Lilac, 30 October 1919, illness

CAMERON, Simon, Salvage Shipwright, MMR (no service number listed), Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

CAMERON, Stanley R, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 140622, Dorsetshire, 27 June 1937, illness

CAMM, Thomson, Ordinary Seaman, J 85434, Marlborough, 12 April 1919, illness

CAMPBELL, Alexander, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 11999, Iolaire (Venerable, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CAMPBELL, Alexander, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 13353, Iolaire (Venerable, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CAMPBELL, Alexander, Leading Seaman, RNR, C 2999, Iolaire (Victory, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CAMPBELL, Alexander, Stoker 1c, C/K 63149, Pembroke, 21 September 1930, illness

CAMPBELL, Angus, Seaman, RNR, C 3590, Iolaire (Excellent, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CAMPBELL, Donald, Deck Hand, MMR, 973810, Ugie Bank, 10 December 1918, illness

CAMPBELL, Donald, Leading Seaman, RNR, C 2058, Iolaire (Pembroke, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CAMPBELL, Donald, Seaman, RNR, B 3356, Iolaire (Victory, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CAMPBELL, George H, Supply Petty Officer, 306297, Caroline, 7 May 1922, died

CAMPBELL, George, Chief Officer, HM Coast Guard, HM Coastguard Station Craster, 3 March 1920, illness

CAMPBELL, Gunning M, Major General, RM, RMLI, Adjutant General, 29 November 1920, illness

CAMPBELL, Guy, Act/Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, Venerable, 25 November 1918, illness

CAMPBELL, James, Able Seaman, J 20620 (Ch), Francol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 27 December 1919, boat accident, drowned

CAMPBELL, James, Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 15 April 1936, illness

CAMPBELL, John, Stoker 1c, P/K 58712, Stuart, 4 October 1930, drowned

CAMPBELL, Kenneth, Seaman, RNR, A 4804, Iolaire (Galatea, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CAMPBELL, Lawrence, Able Seaman, J 28822, Victory, 24 February 1919, illness

CAMPBELL, Murdo, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 20536, Iolaire (Matthew Flynn, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CAMPBELL, O. (Initial Only) M, Construction Worker, Construction Inspector (ion) R (abbreviation only partly known), 28 August 1921, killed

CAMPBELL, Patrick M, Boy 1c, JX 148593, Royal Oak, 27 April 1937, died

CAMPBELL, William, Able Seaman, RAN, 9073 (RN J 7936), Australia (RAN), 1 June 1920, drowned

CAMPKIN, Herbert C, Stoker 2c, K 53408, Vivid, 26 November 1918, illness

CANN, Headley, Leading Stoker, K 16998, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

CANNEL, James, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18512, Vivid, 18 March 1919, illness

CANNIFFE, James, Able Seaman, 229493, Hood, 22 May 1927, illness

CANNON, Andrew J, Chief Stoker, 294688, Gardenia, 10 February 1920, drowned

CANNON, Sidney R F C, Marine, 22080 (Po), Dryad, 4 July 1934, illness

CANT, Athol H, Leading Telegraphist, J 34995, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

CARBERY, Patrick, Marine, 17700 (Ch), Tamar III, 9 April 1933, illness

CARD, Ernest, Boy 2c, J 109656, Impregnable, 30 November 1924, illness

CARD, Frederick J, Stoker 2c, K 47579, Calliope, 27 January 1925, illness

CARDY, William H, Greaser, MMR, 915126, Eaglet, 2 March 1919, illness

CAREY, Alfred, Able Seaman, J 9112, Vivid (ex-Somme), 10 September 1920, illness

CAREY, Michael (real name, but served as William Carter), Stoker 1c, 292476, Prince Eugene, 15 November 1918, illness

CAREY, Thomas G, Lieutenant, Exeter, 24 March 1933, accidentally killed

CAREY, William F H, Sergeant, RMA, RMA 7425, Iliona, hired yacht, 13 December 1918, illness

CARISS, Philip H, Victualling Chief Petty Officer, M 2636, Vivid, 28 May 1919, drowned

CARLINE, Leonard, Leading Telegraphist, J 6437, L.7, 20 August 1926, illness

CARN, Francis C, Stoker 1c, K 58953, Pembroke, 17 March 1929, illness

CARN-DUFF, Herbert J, Lieutenant, Valiant, 13 February 1922, drowned

CARNE, Robert R B, Stoker 2c, K 49920, Bacchante, 10 February 1919, illness

CARNE, Thomas W, Stoker Petty Officer, 312380, Woolwich (ex-Garland), 18 March 1920, illness

CARNEIRO, Victor C, Officer's Steward 2c, L 8960, Crocus, 9 January 1925, illness

CARNEY, Edward, Ordinary Seaman, J 65549, Moorsom, 11 February 1919, illness

CARNOCHAN, Andrew, Able Seaman, J 32306, Marlborough, 3 March 1919, illness

CARPENTER, Allan B, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 3818, Mitres, 9 January 1919, illness

CARPENTER, Henry L, Schoolmaster, Delhi (ex-Curlew), 13 February 1928, illness

CARR, Arthur C, Leading Telegraphist, J 90634, Wallflower, 22 June 1930, illness

CARR, George A, Boy 2c, JX 130747, Impregnable, 11 March 1928, illness

CARR, John G O, Telegraphist, J 51463, Diomede, 14 February 1928, illness

CARR, Robert W, Able Seaman, C/SSX 14782, Ivanhoe, 2 July 1939, accidentally killed

CARRICK, James A, Seaman, RNR, B 3519, Alston, steamship, 15 December 1918, illness

CARRIE, Alec M, Lieutenant Commander, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

CARROLL, Albert E W, Fireman, MMR, 525049, Avoca, 20 November 1918, illness

CARROLL, George, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 21 July 1928, illness

CARROLL, Henry, Stoker Petty Officer, 152362, Wildfire, 29 November 1919, illness

CARROLL, John J, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander, Hong Kong Dockyard, 14 December 1927, illness

CARSLAKE, Henry L, Lieutenant, Egmont I, 21 October 1926, seaplane crash, killed

CARSTAIRS, Cyril R J, Lieutenant, Torpedo Course, 27 January 1931, illness

CARTER, Alfred E, Chief Skipper, RNR, Boscawen, 23 May 1938, illness

CARTER, Charles E, Stoker 1c, K 56694, Vivid, 29 April 1929, illness

CARTER, Edward W, Officer's Steward 2c, L 7528, Dido, 23 June 1920, drowned

CARTER, Francis A W, Able Seaman, D/J 100637, Cygnet, 1 May 1936, illness

CARTER, Frank, Chief Electrical Artificer 1c, M 201, Diomede, 21 June 1928, illness

CARTER, Frederick A, Leading Telegraphist, C/J 39482, Wireless Telegraph Station, Matara, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), 21 October 1934, illness

CARTER, Frederick H, Marine, 24423 (Ch), RM Barracks Eastney, 10 August 1935, died

CARTER, George A, Petty Officer, 218672, Excellent, 21 July 1927, illness

CARTER, George H, Stoker 1c, K 56465, Despatch, 26 May 1923, illness

CARTER, Horace W H, Signalman, 236058, Vivid, 30 April 1930, illness

CARTER, Joseph E, Stoker 1c, P/KX 82927, Aurora, 24 February 1939, illness

CARTER, P (initial only) W, Paymaster Lieutenant (Registrar Clerk), RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, June 1938, date not given in Navy List, illness

CARTER, Percival R, Telegraphist, J 70337, FAA, 446 Flight, Courageous, 12 May 1928, aircraft accident, DOI

CARTER, Richard K D H, Lieutenant (E), Malta Dockyard, 3 April 1936, illness

CARTER, Walter W, Stoker 1c, D/KX 81328, Barham, 2 May 1935, accidentally killed

CARTER, William E, Engineer Commander, Royal Navy, 18 March 1928, illness

CARTWRIGHT, Harry, Able Seaman, RNVR, Mersey Z 296, President III, 8 March 1919, illness

CARTWRIGHT-TAYLOR, John W D, Paymaster Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 4 April 1935, illness

CARUANA, Salvatore, Able Seaman, JX 125615, Egmont, 1 July 1930, illness

CARVER, Eric A J, Boy 2c, JX 145536, Ganges, 14 June 1936, illness

CASELEY, Gordon T, Marine, 24303 (Ch), RM Chatham Division, 21 June 1931, illness

CASEY, Patrick, Yeoman of Signals, 227466, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

CASEY, Robert C, Lieutenant, RAN, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

CASPALL, William C, Junior Reserve Attendant, M 19971, Crescent, 30 November 1918, illness in UK

CASS, Arthur, Ordinary Seaman, P/SSX 14881, Courageous, 6 April 1935, illness

CAST, William J, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 47799, Pembroke, 7 April 1932, road accident, killed

CASTER, William, Trimmer, RNR, TS 6708, Aiglon, 18 February 1919, illness

CATELINET, John A, Private, RMLI, 19184 (Po), RM, 3rd Battalion, 4 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

CATHIE, Archibald, Boy Artisan, M 33270, Fisgard, 5 November 1919, illness

CATOR, Richard B, Midshipman, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

CATTELL, Charles V, Gunner, RMA, RMA 3102, RMA Eastney, 21 December 1918, illness

CAUSER, Bert H, Leading Signalman, J 38389, Vivid, 10 July 1927, illness

CAVE, Percy H E, Leading Seaman, 182484, Ganges, 14 November 1918, illness

CAVINEY, Martin, Stoker 1c, K 13925, Ranger, 16 March 1919, illness

CAWKWELL, George W, Able Seaman, J 36153, Caledon, 2 February 1922, illness

CAWTE, Cecil F, Boy 2c, J 102033, Impregnable, 30 May 1921, illness

CAZENAVE, Robert J, Petty Officer, J 936, Pembroke, 6 July 1926, illness

 

CECIL, Richard F B, Lieutenant, FAA, 441 Flight, Argus, 6 February 1929, air crash, killed

 

CHADDOCK, Richard, Chief Steward, MMR, 724836, Greyhound II, 24 November 1918, illness

CHADWICK, Charles H, Marine, X 480 (Po), Royal Marines HQ Portsmouth, 24 February 1933, illness

CHAFE, Edwin, Lieutenant, FAA, 423 Sqn, Eagle, 18 January 1927, aircraft accident, killed

CHALCROFT, Ernest F, Leading Stoker, P/K 21165, Searcher, 4 April 1932, drowned

CHALLEN, Charlie W, Musician, RMB, RMB X 13, Sussex, 3 January 1937, died

CHALLIS, Charles E, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 10501, Silver King, 21 January 1919, illness

CHALMERS, Andrew W, Seaman, RNR, A 8873, Freesia, 5 December 1918, drowned

CHAMBERLAIN, Frederick C S, Musician, RMB, RMB X 153, Glorious, 27 November 1933, drowned

CHAMBERLAIN, Henry, Able Seaman, J 7481, Ormonde, 20 June 1928, illness

CHAMBERLAYNE, Tankerville, Honorary Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, May 1924, day not given in Navy List, illness

CHAMBERS, Alfred C, Able Seaman, D/JX 131754, St Angelo (Fame), 22 July 1936, illness

CHAMBERS, Reuben H, Able Seaman, RAN, 9656 (former RN, J 17841), Royal Australian Navy, 13 January 1924, illness

CHAMBERS, William F H, Boy 1c, J 94935, Impregnable, 22 December 1919, illness

CHAMPNESS, Richard A B, Shipwright 3c, P/M 39532, Royal Sovereign, 25 June 1935, road accident, killed

CHANCE, Gilbert H T, Able Seaman, J 43099, Benbow, 20 October 1921, illness

CHANDLER, Henry, Private, RMLI, 19831 (Ch), RM, 8th Battalion, 21 May 1921, killed in Ireland

CHANDLER, John M, Lieutenant, Pilot's Course, No.1, 10 November 1924, air crash, killed

CHANDLER, Samuel, Stoker Petty Officer, 292046, Pembroke, 3 April 1919, illness

CHANNER, Frank, Stoker 1c, K 21141 (Ch), Frostaxe, 29 April 1919, ship lost

CHAPLIN, William, Stoker 1c, K 266900, Clonmel, 27 November 1918, illness

CHAPMAN, Albert E, Able Seaman, D/J 29850, Drake, 21 October 1935, illness

CHAPMAN, Cecil, Able Seaman, C/JX 126505, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

CHAPMAN, Charles M S, Lieutenant, L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

CHAPMAN, Charles W, Boy 1c, J 102166, Vivid, 30 May 1921, illness

CHAPMAN, Charles W, Leading Seaman, 236737, Victory, 4 February 1922, illness

CHAPMAN, Edward M H, Ty/Midshipman, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 28 November 1919, illness

CHAPMAN, Ernest F, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 7579, Curlew, 5 January 1922, illness

CHAPMAN, Ernest, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 7355, Repulse, 26 July 1922, illness

CHAPMAN, George W, Able Seaman, J 22107, Victory, 6 December 1918, illness

CHAPMAN, Harold, Lieutenant, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CHAPMAN, Richard H, Stoker Petty Officer, 299203, Vivid, 10 January 1923, accidentally killed

CHAPMAN, Samuel C, Commissioned Gunner, Royal Navy, 1 June 1935, illness

CHAPMAN, Sydney, Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 19 April 1931, accidentally killed

CHAPMAN, William H, Able Seaman, J 22830, Royal Sovereign, 14 March 1924, illness

CHAPMAN, William J, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 4071, Attentive II, 23 August 1919, drowned

CHAPPELL, Alfred L, Private, RME, RME 7895, RM Engineers, 11 January 1919, illness

CHAPPELL, Frederick J T, Leading Signalman, J 23743, Benbow, 6 December 1924, illness

CHARLES, Harold, Chief Sick Berth Attendant, M 359, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

CHARLESWORTH, Herbert, Boy 2c, J 115226, Impregnable, 2 March 1926, illness

CHARLWOOD, Frederick E, Master at Arms, 203311, Victory, 26 October 1922, illness

CHARMAN, William H, Leading Telegraphist, J 31517 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

CHARNOCK, Robert, Cook, MMR, 756501, St Aubin, 15 May 1919, drowned

CHARTERIS, Hugh L, Midshipman (A), Peregrine, 2 June 1939, aircraft accident, killed

CHASE, Frederick W, Able Seaman, J 101278, M.2, 2 January 1930, illness

CHASE, Frederick W, Leading Stoker, K 3799 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

CHAUB, Edgar C, Leading Signalman, J 15794, Kent, 22 December 1928, drowned

CHAWNER, James, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 4441, Victory, 17 February 1919, illness

CHEAL, Frederick J, Stoker Petty Officer, 286273, Bacchante, 22 February 1919, illness

CHEESEBROUGH, Thomas M, Ordinary Seaman, J 85493, Fox, 2 July 1919, mine explosion, killed

CHEESMAN, Donald A, Boy 2c, J 93372, Powerful, 21 November 1918, illness

CHEESMAN, Eric, Naval Cadet, Sea Cadet Corps (civilian youth organization), 12 July 1929, accidental fire at Gillingham

CHEETHAM, Sydney W, Able Seaman, J 69217 (Ch), Astraea, 13 January 1919, drowned

CHENERY, Rowland W, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, M 5510, RN Hospital Bermuda, 1 February 1925, illness

CHENG, Chew, Able Seaman (no service number listed), Cicala, 5 October 1929, illness

CHERRY, George H, Able Seaman, P/J 49823, Excellent, 2 July 1932, illness

CHEVES, Henry E, Able Seaman, J 78832, Wessex, 2 July 1926, accidentally killed

CHEVIS, Harry F, Leading Signalman, J 13882, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

CHEW, Henry, Able Seaman, J 62026, Vivid, 21 February 1919, illness

CHILCRAFT, Albert, Leading Deck Hand, DA 12331, Victory, 3 April 1919, illness

CHILD, Archibald E, Able Seaman, J 31371, M.24, monitor, 2 July 1919, drowned

CHILDS, William H, Private, RMLI, 19612 (Pensioner), RM Headquarters, 2 July 1921, illness

CHILTON, Harry, Corporal, RM, E 17893, Royal Marines HQ, 27 March 1930, illness

CHILTON, Thomas E, Stoker 1c, K 58237, Victory, 14 May 1922, illness

CHILVERS, George L, Boy 1c, J 113528, Ajax, 12 March 1926, illness

CHINN, Cyril, Able Seaman, RFA, Bacchus, RFA, 14 April 1925, motor boat in collision, drowned

CHINN, Arnold G, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CHINNERY, Arthur, Mechanician, K 57977, Revenge, 15 June 1930, drowned

CHINNERY, Herbert C, Officer's Cook 1c, 363502, Chatham, 23 February 1923, drowned

CHIPPENDALE, Albert H, Leading Seaman, J 2645, Victory, 2 January 1920, illness

CHISHOLM, James, Engineer Commander, Armadale Castle, 27 April 1919, illness

CHISHOLM, Joseph, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 10910, Victory, 16 May 1919, illness

CHISMAN, Stanley, Able Seaman, J 20791, Fox, 18 August 1919, explosion in Archangel

CHITTENDEN, Arthur H J, Stoker 1c, K 5910, Endeavour, 3 May 1926, illness

CHITTS, Thomas J, Able Seaman, RAN, 2047, Brisbane (RAN), 2 December 1918, illness in Mudros

CHIVERS, Edward G, Officer's Steward 2c, L 3555, Queen Elizabeth, 8 March 1924, illness

CHIVERS, Horace W, Stoker 1c, K 14297, Agamemnon, 17 September 1923, illness

CHONG, Ah, Cook (no service number listed), Adventure, 7 February 1934, illness

CHONG, Ah, Officer's Steward 1c (no service number listed), Castor, 25 January 1929, died

CHRISTIAN, Arthur H, Admiral, Rtd, Royal Navy, 20 August 1926, died

CHRISTIAN, Harold, Captain, President, 15 November 1918, accident

CHRISTIE, Charles P, Lieutenant Commander, Courageous, 7 February 1929, illness

CHRISTIE, James, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 7153, RND, Hawke Battalion, 3 March 1919, discharged, illness in UK

CHRISTIE, Thomas, Leading Trimmer, RNR, ST 693, Hannibal, 15 January 1919, illness

CHU, Tsing, Officer's Steward 1c (no service number listed), Tamar, 31 August 1926, died

CHUNG (None Listed), Plumber'S Mate (Chinese), Tamar, 16 September 1927, died

CHURCH, Colin J, Py/Midshipman, RNR, Port Jackson, 7 August 1938, illness

CHURCHER, Francis W G, Stoker 1c, K 5891, Iron Duke, 20 November 1920, illness

CHURCHER, Lionel S, Able Seaman, 200540, Victory, 17 January 1930, illness

CHURCHMAN, Henry E E, Petty Officer, J 12266, Ramillies, 29 October 1923, illness

 

CIVIL, Herbert G, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 804, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

 

CLACKETT, William, Stoker 1c, 175961 (Ch), Frostaxe, 29 April 1919, ship lost

CLAIF, Frank G, Able Seaman, D/J 93773, Queen Elizabeth, 16 December 1932, illness

CLAPTON, Thomas, Lieutenant, RNR, President, 14 January 1919, illness

CLAREY, Albert W, Petty Officer, J 7631 (Ch), Vittoria, 31 August 1919, ship lost

CLARK, Charles L, Stoker 2c, C/KX 84988, Titania, 7 September 1935, illness

CLARK, Daniel, Private, RME, RME 8179, RM Engineers, 18 November 1918, illness

CLARK, Duncan, Able Seaman, J 95446, Walker, 30 October 1923, drowned

CLARK, Ernest A, Officer's Steward 4c, L 14378, Victory, 6 January 1924, illness

CLARK, Ernest W, Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist, C/J 39039, Pembroke, 29 October 1935, illness

CLARK, Frederick C, Able Seaman, J 96779, Excellent, 17 March 1930, road accident, killed

CLARK, George, Engineman, RNR, TS 6440, Ottelie, 9 December 1918, illness

CLARK, Gilbert J, Stoker Petty Officer, 307291, Bacchante, 13 February 1919, illness

CLARK, Harold J, Able Seaman, J 22370 (Ch), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

CLARK, Harry R, Corporal, RMA, RMA 9842, Emperor of India, 22 August 1919, illness

CLARK, James C, Stoker 1c, K 43186, Pembroke, 14 February 1919, illness

CLARK, James W S, Boy 2c, C/SSX 23928, Wildfire, 11 May 1938, illness

CLARK, Joseph, 2nd Hand, RNR, SA 346, Alert, 12 November 1918, illness

CLARK, Malcolm G, Stoker Petty Officer, K 3401, Diomede, 20 September 1924, drowned

CLARK, Percy E, Boy 2c, J 92931, Ganges, 6 December 1918, illness

CLARK, Percy H, Boy 1c, J 112873, Ajax, 16 December 1925, illness

CLARK, Reginald H, Stoker 1c, K 30262, Pomone, 4 November 1921, illness

CLARK, Robert E, Master at Arms, 195657, Marlborough, 28 August 1923, illness

CLARK, Robert, Able Seaman, D/J 50353, Vivid, 7 December 1933, illness

CLARK, Roland A, Commander, Pembroke, 1 February 1926, illness

CLARK, Thomas J, Stoker 1c, SS 117078 (Ch), Verulam, 4 September 1919, ship lost

CLARK, Walter T, Able Seaman, J 98456, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

CLARK, Wilfred T De L, Major, RMLI, RM, 3rd Battalion, 22 February 1919, illness

CLARK, William H, Shipwright 1c, M 10278, Greenwich, 25 April 1930, accidentally killed

CLARK, William, Seaman, RNR, A 2682, Clan Menzies, steamship, 16 November 1918, illness

CLARKE, Allan, Petty Officer, D/J 43273, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

CLARKE, Benjamin J, Lieutenant, K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

CLARKE, Cecil F, Able Seaman, J 32900 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

CLARKE, Christopher G, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 7 April 1925, illness

CLARKE, Digby A P, Surgeon Lieutenant, Hercules, 23 July 1921, accident

CLARKE, Ernest D, Able Seaman, J 443113, Kinsha, 10 January 1921, illness

CLARKE, Ernest E, Stoker 1c, K 29851, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

CLARKE, Frank, Lance Corporal, RMLI, S 1993 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 1 December 1918, illness

CLARKE, Frederick, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 15332, Egmont, 29 March 1919, illness

CLARKE, George A, Ordinary Seaman, D/JX 135585, Shropshire, 26 November 1933, accidentally killed

CLARKE, Hugh D, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 9166, Spider, 23 November 1918, illness

CLARKE, James C, Seaman, Newfoundland RNR, X 2327, Duchess of Fife, 13 November 1918, illness

CLARKE, Lucie E, Clerk, WRNS, G 6087, Women's Royal Naval Service, 24 November 1918, illness in UK

CLARKE, Nelson, Stoker 2c, C/KX 9543, Royal Navy, 27 January 1939, illness

CLARKE, Wilbert, Able Seaman, P/J 80329, Medea, 7 January 1936, illness

CLARKE, Wilfred W, Boy 1c, JX 136868, Ganges, 24 January 1933, illness

CLARKE, William D, Able Seaman, J 45514 (Ch), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

CLARKE, William F, Officer's Cook 2c, P/L 14027, Nelson, 1 November 1937, died

CLARKE, William H, Engineer Lieutenant Commander, Vivid, 23 October 1924, illness

CLARKE, William R, Skipper, RNR, Annford Melville, 3 March 1919, illness

CLARKSON, Albert, Leading Seaman, J 28603, L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

CLARKSON, Sydney W W, Able Seaman, J 58122, Pembroke, 12 June 1929, illness

CLAY, Harold V, Able Seaman, J 92692, Victory, 3 May 1925, illness

CLAY, William, Chief Plumber, 344151, Cambrian, 10 November 1920, illness

CLAYDON, Walter, Chief Petty Officer, 222485, Marlborough, 27 February 1923, accidentally killed

CLAYTON, Edward W, Signalman, RNVR, London Z 3371, Glen Usk, 2 April 1919, drowned

CLAYTON, Harold E, Able Seaman, J 36354, Shikari, 31 March 1926, illness

CLAYTON, James, Reserve Wardmaster, M 9413, Pembroke, 3 December 1918, accident

CLEAR, John, Able Seaman, J 41724, Emperor of India, 6 January 1925, illness

CLEAVE, Robert H, Engine Room Artificer 1c, D/M 8936, Vivid, 13 June 1933, illness

CLEAVER, Arthur, Petty Officer, J 10356, Victory, 24 March 1920, illness

CLEAVER, Edward G, Stoker 1c, K 58802, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

CLEMENT, Sydney W, Sick Berth Steward, 351228, Inflexible, 16 October 1919, illness

CLEMENTS, Edward F, Stoker 1c, K 16147, Vivid II, 2 November 1919, illness

CLEMENTS, Harry M, Petty Officer, RNVR, Wales Z 373, RND, Hawke Battalion, 18 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

CLEMENTS, Harry, Stoker 1c, SS 104283, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

CLEMENTS, Nat F J, Able Seaman, J 39755, Courageous, 26 February 1919, illness

CLEMENTSON, William E, Marine, X 1632 (Ply), Dorsetshire, 10 March 1939, died

CLEMOTT, Thomas, Shipwright 1c, M 8518, Comus, 8 August 1927, drowned

CLERRY, Cornelius, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 55392, Vivid, 26 May 1931, illness

CLEVELAND, Robert G, Leading Seaman, J 16266, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

CLEVERTON, Stanley, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 5216, Cornwall, 1 November 1930, illness

CLEWORTH, William A, Stoker 1c, C/K 64940, Scout, 8 September 1932, illness

CLIFF, Harold, Leading Stoker, D/K 56978, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

CLIFFE, Wilfred C, Ordinary Seaman, J 83784, Emperor of India, 25 February 1919, illness

CLIFTON, Frederick, Stoker 1c, K 18374 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

CLIFTON, George E, Signalman, J 44897, Lupin, 12 June 1927, illness

CLINCH, Arthur, Able Seaman, SS 4778, Chrysanthemum, 7 December 1921, illness

CLOUGH, Nelson O, Signalman, J 39848, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

CLOVER, William G, Leading Signalman, C/J 77754, Pembroke, 24 March 1938, died

CLOWES, John H T, Able Seaman, J 25669 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

CLUBB, Ernest C, Able Seaman, J 54346 (Ch), Myosotis, 6 January 1919, drowned

 

COASE, Edward H, Able Seaman, J 16309, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

COATES, Arthur, Able Seaman, P/J 108548, Courageous, 21 June 1934, accidentally killed

COATES, Edward, Petty Officer, 239255, Waterhen, 21 February 1919, illness

COATES, Edwin J, Able Seaman, 232473, Excellent, 11 June 1927, illness

COATES, Fred, Trimmer, RNR, ST 1310, Totnes, 27 January 1919, drowned

COATES, Samuel, Ordinary Seaman, J 84904, Victory, 24 November 1918, illness

COATES, Thomas P, Leading Telegraphist, D/J 39362, Drake, 18 October 1937, road accident, killed

COBB, William, Chief Stoker, 296193, Victory II, 1 October 1921, accident

COBBETT, William, Marine, 20288 (Ch), Kent, 8 November 1935, illness

COCHRANE, Basil R, Lieutenant, President, 14 March 1919, illness

COCK, William C, Coastguardsman 3c, 158101, Victory, 9 October 1921, illness

COCKING, John, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 15882, Pearl III, 18 May 1919, illness

COCKRILL, Francis T, Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist, 240069, Birmingham, 17 November 1924, road accident, killed

COCKS, George, Engineer Commander, York, 8 December 1929, illness

CODROY, Harry, Able Seaman, D/J 111912, Gipsy, 24 September 1936, illness

COELLO, Vincent C, Officer's Steward 1c, L 11945, Enterprise, 10 March 1929, illness

COGGIN, Michael, Leading Stoker, MMR, 884479, Philol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 14 November 1918, illness

COGHILL, Thomas, Stoker 1c, 304353, Craigie, 21 February 1919, died in Gibraltar

COLBURN, Henry N, Marine, X 2068 (Ply), Pembroke, 4 April 1938, illness

COLBY, Charles R, Trimmer, RNR, TS 7240, Leonard, 8 January 1920, ship lost

COLCLOUGH, George, Able Seaman, C/SSX 12913, Moth, 24 September 1930, illness

COLE, Albert H, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 45179, Victory, 7 August 1934, illness

COLE, Charlie E, Victualling Chief Petty Officer, 361337 (Dev), Concord, 6 June 1920, illness

COLE, Cyril J, Private, RMLI, 14909 (Po), 11th Battalion, RM, 21 May 1923, illness

COLE, Ernest D, Stoker 1c, K 61253, Victory, 10 April 1929, illness

COLE, Ernest G, Able Seaman, J 37271, Victory, 10 April 1922, accidentally killed

COLE, Ernest, Petty Officer, J 7325, Defiance, 11 February 1929, illness

COLE, Francis G, Chief Petty Officer, P/J 6566, Excellent, 8 May 1933, illness

COLE, George V A, Able Seaman, J 112966, Lucia, 5 March 1930, illness

COLE, George, Private, RM, S 2621 (Deal), RND, 63rd Divisional Train, 25 November 1918, France, illness

COLE, James J, Petty Officer, 236546, Ramillies, 2 January 1925, drowned

COLE, James, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, SD 4665, ML.457, motor launch, 25 February 1919, illness

COLE, Leonard W, Able Seaman, J 89323, Benbow, 27 March 1924, drowned

COLE, Walter, Marine, 21783 (Ply), Emperor of India (ex-Hood), 4 August 1927, illness

COLEMAN, Herbert, Petty Officer, 222544, Vivid, 22 February 1920, illness

COLEMAN, James, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 16307, Caesar, 24 December 1918, drowned

COLEMAN, Thomas, Stoker 1c, SS 119415 (Po), Haldon, 27 July 1919, drowned

COLES, Arthur S, Stoker 1c, SS 124891, Senator, 11 February 1920, illness

COLES, Edwin G, Warrant Writer, President, 29 December 1926, illness

COLESHILL, Charles J, Able Seaman, P/J 102918, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

COLLARD, William A, Able Seaman, J 36559 (Ch), Emile Nobel, 21 May 1919, Caspian Sea, KIA

COLLETT, Leonard S, Marine, 21700 (Ply), Emperor of India, 17 September 1928, illness

COLLEY, William T, Sick Berth Attendant, M 18537, Laburnum, 24 January 1924, illness

COLLIER, Augustus H N, Leading Seaman, J 26855, Concord, 23 September 1922, accidentally killed

COLLIN, James, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 10993, T W Mould, trawler LH.82 (10 crew died), 1 December 1918, ship lost

COLLINGS, Amos D, Able Seaman, D/J 105478, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

COLLINGWOOD, Joseph W, Petty Officer Telegraphist, P/J 8578, Victory, 30 January 1933, illness

COLLINS, Albert A, Musician, RMLI, 21296 (Po), Royal Marines HQ, 12 December 1922, drowned

COLLINS, Alfred G, Ordinary Telegraphist, J 49051 (Ch), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

COLLINS, Alfred H, Yeoman of Signals, 225337, King George V, 14 February 1919, illness

COLLINS, Arthur H, Warrant Electrician, Resource, 15 December 1934, illness in RN Hospital Malta

COLLINS, Arthur L, Officer's Cook 2c, L 4293, Impregnable, 23 November 1918, illness

COLLINS, Cornelius R, Private, RMLI, 12030 (Po), RM Headquarters, 11 September 1920, died

COLLINS, Daniel, Able Seaman, J 26937, Ark Royal, 9 May 1926, road accident, killed

COLLINS, Edgar G, Leading Stoker, K 23859, Kent, 9 November 1928, illness

COLLINS, Edward, Honorary Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 23 March 1928, illness

COLLINS, Edwin T, Petty Officer, D/J 12991, Vivid, 3 July 1932, illness

COLLINS, Francis J, Able Seaman, P/J 111235, Cormorant, 8 March 1935, illness

COLLINS, Frank, Joiner 3c, M 8097, Pembroke, 14 February 1919, illness

COLLINS, Fred, Yeoman of Signals, 210007, Vivid, 2 April 1919, died

COLLINS, Frederick S, Ordinary Seaman, J 82741, Barham, 12 November 1918, illness in UK

COLLINS, Gilbert P, Petty Officer, 223640, Royal Arthur, 25 July 1920, accident

COLLINS, Henry, Private, RMLI (no service number listed, possibly pensioner), RN Hospital, Great Yarmouth, 26 October 1936, illness

COLLINS, Herbert P, Stoker Petty Officer, K 3290, Wanderer, 3 May 1925, died

COLLINS, James, Leading Seaman, J 24829, Lord Nelson, 16 December 1918, drowned

COLLINS, John, Stoker 1c, D/K 26399, Drake, 4 November 1936, illness

COLLINS, Reginald C, Ty/Engineer Lieutenant, RNR, Quadrille, 26 November 1918, illness

COLLINS, Richard H, Able Seaman, J 91136, Walpole, 28 January 1922, drowned

COLLINS, Thomas S, Act/Warrant Engineer, Exeter, 11 March 1932, illness

COLLINS, Vincent H, Sergeant, 10298 (Ply), Cairo, 10 August 1921, illness

COLLINS, Walter J, Able Seaman, D/J 31104, Drake, 4 October 1936, illness

COLLINS, William J, Able Seaman, J 85585, Pembroke, 2 December 1929, illness

COLLINS, William, Fireman, MMR, 862678, Sonia, 30 January 1919, drowned

COLLINSON, Darlof J H, Stoker 2c, KX 79828, Vivid, 21 December 1929, illness

COLLIS, John F R, Sub Lieutenant (A), FAA, 714 Flight, Manchester, 23 December 1938, air crash, killed

COLLYER, Albert, Stoker Petty Officer, 311651, Dublin, 15 November 1922, illness

COLLYER, Henry G, Leading Seaman, J 58, Pembroke, 26 December 1918, drowned

COLLYER, William A, Able Seaman, P/J 13580, Shamrock, 2 December 1931, drowned

COLMAN, George, Leading Seaman, J 91594, X.1, submarine, 5 July 1930, accidentally killed

COLQUHOUN, James A S, Lieutenant, FAA, 446 Flight, Courageous, 19 May 1931, air crash, killed

COLRIDGE, Bernard, Officer's Steward 3c, l 13377, Hood, 22 January 1925, drowned

COLSTON, Charles S, Captain, Royal Navy, 25 November 1918, illness

COLTHERUP, Frederick C, Joiner 1c, M 8132, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

COMBEN, Horace S, Stoker 2c, K 59125, Iron Duke, 12 September 1921, died

COMBES, Harry, Able Seaman, J 28776, Vernon, 9 December 1918, illness

COMPTON, Alexander F, Able Seaman, J 43708, Comus, 26 December 1921, illness

COMPTON, Charles L, Honorary Paymaster Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 15 June 1925, illness

COMSTOCK, William T, Corporal, RM, 21387 (Ply), Renown, 27 January 1931, illness

CONBOY, Alexander, Private, RMLI, S 749 (Ply), RM, 3rd Battalion, 27 November 1918, illness in Imbros

COND, Frederick T P, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 17 April 1919, illness

CONDLIFFE, William F G, Electrical Artificer 2c, P/M 35270, Vernon, 5 May 1932, road accident, killed

CONDON, Thomas J, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, SD 234, Victory, 12 July 1919, died

CONDON, William J, Leading Seaman, J 17366, Ramillies, 27 October 1922, illness

CONDY, Arthur, Boatswain, Fisgard, 1 October 1921, illness

CONDY, Edward J, Leading Boatman, HM Coast Guard, 205835, HM Coastguard Station Charlestown, 24 April 1919, illness

CONLIN, James, Able Seaman, J 96196, Defiance, 18 April 1924, drowned

CONLON, Eugene, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 22980, Emerald, 9 January 1932, drowned

CONN, David, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 6845, RMLI, 2nd Reserve Battalion, 26 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

CONNEELY, James, Stoker 1c, 300248, Valorous, 1 September 1920, illness

CONNELL, Ernest W, Lieutenant, RNR, Laconia, 12 February 1937, illness

CONNELL, James J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 63236, Javelin, 8 July 1939, illness

CONNELL, Thomas J, Supply Petty Officer, 310418, Durban, 22 April 1922, drowned

CONNETT, Archibald, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 272114, Ramillies, 18 May 1920, explosion

CONNOLLEY, Peter, Stoker, RNR, T 2709, Tyne, 1 February 1919

CONNOLLY, Gerald S, Officer's Steward 3c, L 8710, Pembroke, 26 February 1919, drowned

CONNOLLY, Joseph P, Ordinary Seaman, MMR, 907559, Stobo Castle, 26 February 1919, illness

CONNOLLY, William H, Able Seaman, C/JX 139213, Wishart, 5 August 1937, drowned

CONNOR, Albert W, Cook, MMR, 521605, Flying Fish, 10 February 1919, illness

CONNOR, John, Able Seaman, 203843, Vivid, 13 March 1920, illness

CONNOR, John, Able Seaman, D/SSX 16501, Diamond, 18 November 1938, sampan accident, died

CONNOR, John, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 2647, Vivid, 16 November 1918, illness

CONNOR, John, Fireman, RNR (no service number listed), War Pathan, RFA, 11 April 1939, illness

CONNOR, John, Warrant Electrician, Tiger, 31 May 1930, illness

CONROY, Walter, Stoker 1c, K 6865, Tribune, 17 August 1920, illness

CONSTABLE, Frederick H, Stoker 1c, K 12620, Colleen, 4 June 1920, illness

CONYBEARE, Charles B, Captain, RM, RM Deal, Kent, 21 January 1926, illness

COOK, Albert E, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 4590, Phaeton, 7 March 1919, illness

COOK, Alfred C, Chief Officer, HMCG, HMCG Dungeness, Kent, 1 January 1924, illness

COOK, Alfred W J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 15869, Pembroke, 4 July 1923, illness

COOK, Archibald, Private, RM, S 14426 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 22 December 1918, illness

COOK, Charles E C, Petty Officer, D/J 18194, Capetown, 8 April 1935, illness

COOK, Edward, Signalman, J 107346, Pembroke, 10 April 1928, road accident, killed

COOK, Fred, Marine, 15265 (Po), Queen Elizabeth, 8 January 1924, illness

COOK, Frederick T, Assistant Cook, MX 48016, Pembroke, 28 July 1930, illness

COOK, George P, Leading Stoker, K 27636, Resolution, 26 August 1928, drowned

COOK, Harry G, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 58697, Vimy, 16 February 1934, illness

COOK, Harry S, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 4402, Hermione, 14 March 1919, illness

COOK, Ivan, 1st Writer, M 5295, Pembroke, 19 April 1919, illness

COOK, John W, Sergeant, RMLI, 7259 (Ply), RND, 2nd RM Battalion, 2 June 1919, discharged, illness in UK

COOK, Percy S, Skipper, RNR, Offa II, 19 April 1919, illness

COOK, Robert, Able Seaman, J 103562, Cyclops, 2 February 1928, illness

COOK, Robert, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 5377, Pembroke I, 14 February 1919, illness in UK

COOK, Thomas W, Seaman, RNR, A 3740, Gitano, steamship, 20 December 1918, mined

COOK, W (initial only), Paymaster Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 25 May 1925, illness

COOK, William C, Stoker 1c, K 35042, Bee, 12 March 1919, illness

COOK, William H G, Officer's Steward 2c, L 5301, Vivid, 4 February 1919, illness

COOK, William H, Petty Officer, 220522, Impregnable, 6 February 1925, illness

COOK, William H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 27073, Collingwood, 30 December 1921, illness

COOK, William J W, Signalman, 111469, Cuckoo, 2 July 1919, illness

COOK, William R, Chief Petty Officer, 206122, Widgeon, 8 August 1920, illness

COOKE, Cecil H, Able Seaman, P/SSX 14152, Royal Navy, 2 July 1938, illness

COOKE, Reginald, Stoker 1c, K 5547, Cornflower, 1 October 1928, illness

COOKE, Sidney E, Signalman, J 77474, Courageous, 9 December 1922, drowned

COOKE, Walter C, Senior Master, Vernon, 3 November 1937, illness

COOKE, William C, Able Seaman, P/J 101384, Courageous, 31 December 1930, accidentally killed

COOKE-HURLE, William A, Captain (ret), Royal Navy, 1 May 1920, illness

COOKMAN, Sidney G, Private, RME, RME 1168, RM Engineers, 31 March 1919, illness

COOKSON, Edgar C, Sub Lieutenant, Verulam, 4 September 1919, ship lost

COOKSON, James W, Able Seaman, P/J 86453, Victory, 19 September 1932, illness

COOKSON, Joseph, Able Seaman, J 62848, Ambrose, 18 July 1920, accident in Wei Hai Wei

COOMBE, Frederick H, Able Seaman, J 52858 (Dev), Crescent, 18 November 1920, drowned

COOMBER, Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 55250, Caterham, 23 April 1929, illness

COOMBES, Alfred E L, Stoker 1c, KX 76581, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

COOMBES, Alfred L, Boy 2c, J 94057, Impregnable, 5 April 1919, illness

COONEY, Joseph A, Stoker, P/KX 91806, Medway, 1 April 1939, illness

COOPER, Albion, 2nd Hand, RNR, SA 1225, Vigorous, 24 March 1919, illness

COOPER, Charles, Shipwright 3c, 346965, Leamington, 13 September 1921, drowned

COOPER, Gilbert W, Stoker 1c, K 18140, Victory, 14 March 1920, illness

COOPER, Harold A, Stoker 1c, K 60045, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

COOPER, Henry, Bandmaster 1c, RMB 1073, RM School of Music, 24 November 1918, illness

COOPER, Herbert A S, Leading Seaman, J 2054, Valerian, 3 January 1922, died

COOPER, Russell, Ordinary Seaman, J 58364, Cleopatra, 3 November 1920, ship's boat in collision with Admiralty drifter Flat Calm, lost

COOPER, Sidney F, Stoker 1c, KX 77402, Verity, 25 January 1928, illness

COOPER, Stanley G, Engine Room Artificer 4c, RNR, E B X 891, Nelson, 1 October 1934, illness

COOPER, Thomas W, Able Seaman, C/JX 129289, Emerald, 23 July 1934, accidentally killed

COOPER, William G, Able Seaman, J 52280, Ramillies, 17 November 1926, accidentally killed

COOTE, John H, Private, RM, S 14085 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 18 February 1919, illness

COPELAND, Alfred G, Engine Room Artificer 5c, M 37093, Furious, 22 August 1927, boiler room accident, killed

COPELAND, Robert, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 718, RND, Collingwood Battalion, 2 March 1919, discharged, illness in UK

COPKING, Frederick T, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 32342, Westcott, 6 April 1922, illness

COPP, Ambrose, Stoker 1c, K 11976, King George V, 4 August 1923, drowned

COPP, Richard H, Stoker Petty Officer, 295964, Lively, 7 December 1918, illness

CORBEN, Percy M, Commissioned Gunner, Greenwich, 23 January 1938, illness

CORBETT, George E, Ordinary Seaman, SS 9760, Ivy, 20 January 1920, boat accident, drowned

CORBITT, Albert M, Seaman, RNR, C 3458, Pembroke, 13 August 1919, drowned

CORCORAN, John, Stoker 1c, 165758, Colleen, 28 February 1919, illness

CORDELL, James H, Petty Officer, C/J 52070, Brilliant, 13 July 1934, drowned

CORDELL, Walter C E, Petty Officer, C/J 25139, Sussex, 12 May 1932, accidentally killed

CORDIER, Albert R, Able Seaman, 190947, Victory, 13 December 1918, illness

CORDING, Edward, Boy 1c, J 101694, Ceres, 29 August 1923, drowned

CORK, Frederick T, Boatswain, MMR, 998921, Lobster, 26 August 1919, drowned

CORKE, Bernard A, Able Seaman, MMR, J 747559, Vereker, 18 December 1918, drowned

CORLETT, Douglas, Ordinary Seaman, J 113269, Eagle, 1 March 1929, drowned

CORNELIOUS, William F, Able Seaman, P/J 27450, Victory I, 10 November 1936, illness

CORNER, John, Stoker 1c, K 31731, Cambrian, 15 May 1921, illness

CORNES, William H, Able Seaman, J 94454, Emperor of India, 31 October 1919, accident

CORNFORD, John E, Private, RM, S 8086 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 18 January 1919, illness

CORNICK, Percy J, Leading Boatman, HM Coast Guard, 202822, HM Coastguard Station Cahore, 26 November 1918, illness

CORNISH, George P, Chief Petty Officer, C/J 71379, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CORNISH, John A, Able Seaman, C/J 17871, Scarborough, 16 August 1931, illness

CORNISH, Percy W, Able Seaman, J 11540 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

CORNOCK, William C, Constable, RM Police, R M P X 355 (Ply), Devonport Dockyard, 12 May 1939, illness

CORNWELL, Arthur J, Supply Petty Officer, C/M 38229, Folkestone, 24 December 1937, illness

CORNWELL, George F, Stoker 1c, KX 77887, Tarantula, 28 October 1929, drowned

CORRIGAN, Patrick, Private, RMLI, S 673 (Po), RND, 2nd RM Battalion, 17 November 1918, German prisoner of war, illness

CORSTORPHINE, James W, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 10919, Hecla II, 23 November 1918, illness

COSTELLO, Thomas, Able Seaman, D/SSX 17624, Drake, 2 December 1938, illness

COSTLEY, James, Able Seaman, P/J 64330, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

COTGROVE, Arthur T, Stoker 2c, K 50103, Pembroke, 26 February 1919, illness

COTTAM, Charles H, Leading Stoker, K 9856, Tiger, 5 October 1920, illness

COTTEN, Richard R, Stoker 1c, K 62115, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

COTTER, Leonard E, Lieutenant, RNR, Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

COTTON, Albert J A, Boy 2c, JX 144440, Ganges, 4 August 1935, illness

COTTON, Alfred E, Stoker 1c, SS 120397, Silvio, 30 November 1919, drowned

COUCH, Fred T, Shipwright 2c, M 7734, Resolution, 12 December 1921, illness

COUGHLAN, William H, Petty Officer, J 4691, Pembroke, 26 July 1921, illness

COUGHLIN, Bernard A, Leading Seaman, D/JX 137538, Glorious, 30 January 1939, flying accident, killed

COULL, Andrew, 2nd Hand, RNR, SD 757, Sir John French, 21 November 1918, illness

COULL, William, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 11369, Attentive, 29 November 1918, illness

COULTER, Charles, Leading Signalman, J 12893, Pembroke (ex-Prince George), 24 September 1919, illness

COUNIHAN, William J, Officer's Cook 1c, L 2813, Warspite, 4 January 1919, illness

COUPE, Frederick C, Boy 1c, J 99262, Vivid, 11 February 1921, illness

COURCEY, James, Ordinary Seaman, D/JX 135584, Watchman, 17 January 1934, illness

COURT, Helen I, Steward, WRNS, G 2405, Women's Royal Naval Service, 15 November 1918, illness in UK

COUSINS, Charles T, Able Seaman, J 96963, Malcolm, 5 March 1930, illness

COUSINS, Frederick W, Gunner, RMA, RMA 10757, RM Headquarters, 24 May 1921, illness

COUSINS, William L, Able Seaman, J 43266, Gibraltar, 30 August 1920, died

COVE, James P, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 268543, Elf, 4 September 1919, drowned

COVENTRY, John H, Able Seaman, J 5773 (Ch), Vulcan II, 2 April 1920, illness in UK

COVERDALE, Arthur M J, Engine Room Artificer 3c, P/M 38400, Dolphin, 25 April 1934, died

COWAP, Charles R, Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, July 1939, day not given in Navy List, died

COWAP, John G, Trimmer, RNR, TS 4642, White Hill, 7 March 1919, illness

COWDREY, William J, Musician, RMB, RMB 2559, Ganges, 31 December 1924, illness

COWE, Thomas W, Stoker 1c, SS 119925, Sirdar, 8 July 1923, drowned

COWELL, Edward W, Able Seaman, P/J 98346, Royal Navy, 31 January 1935, illness

COWELL, John R, Leading Seaman, RNR, B 4733, Sentinel, steamship, 26 March 1919, illness

COWIE, Thomas, Fireman, MMR, 976119, Victory, 26 January 1919, illness

COWIN, Maurice T, Lieutenant, Glorious, 15 October 1930, air crash, killed

COWL, Edwin R, Marine, A 21171 (Ply), Dorsetshire, 31 December 1934, accidentally killed

COWLES, Edward J, Leading Signalman, J 12334, Abdiel, 2 October 1919, illness

COWLEY, Alfred J, Able Seaman, J 30149, Canterbury, 4 May 1920, died

COWLING, Albert G, Act/Leading Stoker, K 18120, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

COWLING, James F, Stoker 1c, K 23934, Laburnum, 18 February 1922, drowned

COWLING, John W, Midshipman, RNR, Teutonic, 22 December 1918, illness

COWPER, William P, Surgeon, Valiant, 1 February 1919, illness

COWSILL, Richard, Stoker 1c, C/K 60651, Hermes, 22 November 1931, illness

COX, Albert C M, Engine Room Artificer 3c, P/MX 45610, Enterprise, 21 June 1938, illness

COX, Albert, Stoker Petty Officer, K 5970, Fisgard, 4 October 1924, illness

COX, Frank, Leading Seaman, SS 5817, Gainsborough, 23 October 1919, illness

COX, Frank, Leading Stoker, K 1162, St Vincent, 25 February 1928, illness

COX, John E, Petty Officer Writer, P/M 34948, Victory, 17 May 1930, illness

COX, John S, Telegraphist, J 49821 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

COX, John, Petty Officer, J 14302, Scarab, 2 April 1921, accident

COX, John, Stoker 1c, 303808, Dido, 20 April 1925, illness

COX, Joseph, Chief Stoker, 308749, Pembroke, 18 February 1923, illness

COX, Joseph, Private, RMLI, 12939 (Deal), RM Deal, 12 March 1919, accident

COX, Lionel W, Cook's Mate, M 20988, Egmont, 3 December 1918, illness

COX, Thomas H, Stoker 1c, K 58473, Centurion, 17 June 1923, burns, died

COX, Thomas, Private, RMLI, 14931 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 19 March 1919, illness

COX, Walter J, Ordinary Seaman, J 44853, Pembroke (ex-Tamatrix), 4 March 1920, illness

COYLE, Henry, Able Seaman, J 49359, Glowworm, 3 September 1920, drowned

 

CRABTREE, George A, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 3348, RND, Anson Battalion, 15 November 1918, France, DOW

CRACKNELL, George N, Paymaster Lieutenant, Iron Duke, 12 August 1921, illness

CRADDICK, Frederick B, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18779, Victory, 23 February 1919, illness

CRADDOCK, William H, Commissioned Engineer, Ambrose, 23 June 1930, illness

CRAGG, Harold, Stoker 1c, K 58062, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

CRAGG, Horace T, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CRAIG, George A, Cook's Mate, M 7668 (Po), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

CRAIG, James, Stoker 1c, D/KX 77855, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CRAIG, Thomas E, Able Seaman, J 46678 (Po), Maidstone, 22 November 1918, drowned

CRAIG, Thomas, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 2968, Halcyon, 15 February 1919, illness

CRAIGIE, Gideon, Petty Officer, C/J 17079, Diomede, 31 March 1934, road accident, killed

CRAIGIE, James W, Deck Hand, MMR (no service number listed), Loch Rannoch, 4 March 1919, illness

CRAINES, Frederick C, Able Seaman, J 90335, Douglas, 3 February 1926, illness

CRANE, Clarence C, Chief Yeoman of Signals, 223279, Vivid, 28 March 1924, illness

CRANER, Victor, Cook's Mate, M 10421 (Po), Bristol, 13 May 1919, illness

CRAVEN, Archibald, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CRAVEN, George J, Stoker, P/KX 75188, Bee, 27 July 1934, illness

CRAWFORD, George H, Ordinary Seaman, D/SSX 17152, Hunter, 13 May 1937, mining, killed

CRAWFORD, James A, Able Seaman, 213515, Victory, 27 May 1920, illness

CRAWFORD, James F, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 8002, Bloemfontein, 21 February 1919, drowned

CRAWFORD, John, Stoker 1c, K 63473, Effingham, 2 September 1929, illness

CRAWFORD, Robert E, Electrical Artificer 1c, M 616, Vernon, 17 September 1927, illness

CRAWFORD, Sidney E J, Ordinary Seaman, J 48129 (Ch), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

CRAWFORD, Thomas J, Able Seaman, MMR, 933204, Victory, 14 June 1919, illness

CRAWFORD, William R, Engineer Captain, Gunnery Course, 3 October 1924, illness

CREASEY, Jack C, Engine Room Artificer, D/MX 47691, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CREASY, Sydney E, Warrant Engineer, Effingham, 18 June 1929, illness

CREBBIN, George, Private, RMLI, 13568 (Ply), Cormorant, 27 December 1918, accident in St Helena

CREED, Beauford H, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 4944, RND, Drake Battalion, 24 December 1918, illness in Germany

CREED, Ernest J, Able Seaman, D/J 113017, Drake, 5 September 1934, illness

CREETON, Cornelius, Leading Stoker, 291785, Tarlair, 24 February 1919, illness

CRESSWELL, Ernest, Leading Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 7182, Gitano, steamship, 20 December 1918, mined

CRESSWELL, John, Act/Lieutenant, Excellent, 16 October 1920, drowned

CRESSY, Alexander R, Stoker 1c, C/KX 81535, Royal Oak, 17 July 1933, accidentally killed

CREW, Albert H, Able Seaman, J 74774, Calypso, 15 March 1921, drowned

CREW, John, Stoker 1c, K 60475, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

CRIBB, Sidney G, Able Seaman, J 91145, Curacoa, 3 January 1923, illness

CRIBBEN, William S, Petty Officer, 191518, Castor, 10 August 1920, drowned

CRICHTON, Angus, Seaman, RNR, B 2687, Iolaire (Ganges II, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CRICHTON, D. (Initial Only), Engineer Lieutenant, RNR, Princess Margaret, 21 January 1920, illness

CRICHTON, Donald, Seaman, RNR, A 9066, Iolaire (Pembroke, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

CRICHTON, Thomas L, Able Seaman, J 31570, Blake, 19 February 1919, illness

CRICK, Alfred R, Chief Petty Officer Writer, P/M 35004, Victory, 19 March 1938, died

CRIDLAND, Henry J, Stoker 1c, KX 76592, Queen Elizabeth, 18 April 1928, illness

CRIMMINS, Benjamin J, Stoker 1c, K 60910, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

CRIMMINS, Daniel, Ordinary Seaman, SS 9473 (Dev), Vivid, 21 May 1920, illness

CRIPPS, Charles T, Ordinary Seaman, J 7827, Assistance, 20 June 1919, illness

CRISPIN, Grenville, Boy 2c, J 105978, Ganges, 20 March 1923, illness

CRITCHELL, Arthur W J, Stoker 1c, K 46631, Vancouver, 14 January 1924, illness

CRITCHLEY, David, Able Seaman, J 17823, Vivid, 7 July 1920, drowned

CRITTALL, Henry, Leading Seaman, J 48747, Coventry, 28 February 1927, drowned

CROCKER, Albert, Leading Stoker, D/K 23313, Cyclops, 22 December 1930, died

CROCKER, Frederick, Stoker 1c, K 66563, Victory, 10 May 1927, illness

CROCKER, Philip J B, Able Seaman, JX 127008, Resolution, 23 July 1930, accidentally killed

CROCKFORD, George, Ordinary Seaman, J 493499, Comus, 14 December 1921, drowned

CROCKFORD, Henry G, Stoker 1c, P/K 10170, Victory, 31 May 1932, illness

CROCKFORD, William, Able Seaman, J 104387, Impregnable, 18 May 1925, illness

CROFTON, Harold M M, Act/Paymaster Sub Lieutenant, Curacoa, 29 November 1918, illness

CROMBLEHOME, Stanley, Able Seaman, D/SSX 14810, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CROMER, Ernest, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 11688, Red Rose, 6 December 1918, illness

CRONIN, Christopher, Stoker 1c, SS 122727, Swindon, 30 November 1919, drowned

CRONIN, Michael, Stoker 1c, K 18115, Philomel, 21 February 1921, drowned

CRONSHAW, James W, Trimmer, RNR, TS 4838, Balmoral, 14 February 1919, illness

CROOK, Arthur C, Officer's Steward 3c, L 12003, Columbine, 15 February 1927, illness

CROOK, Frank W, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 4908, Victory, 20 June 1921, accident

CROOK, Herbert, Petty Officer, J 4894 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

CROOKSHANK, Godfrey C C, Captain, Royal Navy, 30 December 1933, illness

CROSBIE, Walter, Stoker 1c, K 28791, Bryony, 23 December 1918, illness

CROSS, Herbert, Yeoman of Signals, 232863, Columbine, 3 October 1922, illness

CROSS, Stanley E, Private, RMLI, 19816 (Po), Furious, 9 February 1919, illness in UK

CROSS, William G N, Boy Shipwright, M 14328, Vivid, 3 November 1919, illness

CROSSLEY, George, Leading Victualling Assistant, 101470, Pembroke, 20 December 1918, drowned

CROSSLEY, James W, Able Seaman, J 53036 (Dev), Sceptre, 4 December 1918, drowned

CROUCH, Ernest J, Stoker 1c, SS 122351, Speedy, 23 September 1922, drowned

CROUCH, Horace, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 4098, RND, Hood Battalion, 22 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

CROUCH, William H, Leading Seaman, C/J 33828, Illness, 11 February 1936, illness

CROUT, Robert W, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CROW, Andrew A, Electrical Artificer 4c, MX 46100, Repulse, 21 October 1929, exposure, died

CROW, David, Stoker 1c, K 56426, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

CROW, John W, Leading Stoker, K 18378, Victory, 1 February 1921, illness

CROWDER, Robert J, Leading Telegraphist, J 40580, Dolphin, 14 August 1920, drowned in UK

CROWLEY, Albert, Stoker 1c, K 6200, Vivid, 24 February 1920, illness

CROWLEY, Cornelius P, Telegraphist, J 46514, Afrikander, 23 August 1921, illness

CROWLEY, John M, Ordinary Telegraphist, J 25366, Pembroke, 2 April 1919, illness

CROWSON, George E, Ordinary Seaman, J 77145, Ophir, 24 February 1919, illness

CROWTHER, George W, Petty Officer, C/J 39552, Kent, 27 June 1936, illness

CROWTHER, James R, Stoker 1c, K 16109, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

CROZIER, William E, Telegraphist, J 57974, Ambrose, 8 December 1920, accident in Hong Kong

CRUICKSHANK, David A, Boy 2c, JX 129600, Ganges, 3 June 1927, illness

CRUIKSHANK, George G, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander (D), Royal Navy, 28 March 1931, illness

CRUMBIE, David W, Stoker 1c, K 55839, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

CRUMP, William G, Yeoman of Signals, 220097, Revenge, 16 March 1919, illness

CRUSH, Edmond V, Signalman, J 87122, Repulse, 18 July 1929, illness

CRUST, Harold S, Sick Berth Attendant, M 39264, RN Hospital, Chatham, 15 September 1926, illness

CRYSELL, Albert W, Able Seaman, J 15756 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

 

CUBBY, John, Signalman, J 3685, Taurus, 14 March 1919, illness

CUDBY, Frederick, Chief Stoker, 288464, Victory II, 9 April 1920, illness

CUDDEFORD, Frederick W F, Lieutenant, K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

CULLIMORE, Henry J, Able Seaman, J 28699, ML.434, motor launch, 24 November 1919, accident

CULME-SEYMOUR, Sir Michael, Vice Admiral, Royal Navy, 2 April 1925, illness

CULVER, Ivor R, Ordinary Signalman, C/JX 141755, Cairo, 16 February 1936, illness

CUMING-GIBSON-CRAIG, Robert J A, Lieutenant, H.43, 19 February 1930, illness

CUMMINGS, Charles W, Ordinary Seaman, D/SSX 28928, Drake, 21 March 1939, illness

CUMPSTEY, Harold, Gunner, RMA, RMA 16072, Emperor of India, 3 August 1920, illness

CUNDY, Thomas, Trimmer, RNR, ST 237, Pekin, 24 November 1918, illness

CUNNINGHAM, David, Act/Leading Stoker, C/KX 80547, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

CUNNINGHAM, Joseph, Petty Officer, 187326, President III, 14 February 1919, illness

CUNNINGTON, George E W, Telegraphist, C/JX 132330, Cumberland, 12 March 1932, illness

CURETON, Herbert R, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 9862, President III, 15 December 1919, illness

CURLING, John E, Musician, RMB X 478, RM Plymouth Division, 25 December 1935, illness

CURRAN, James J, Able Seaman, J 11215, Veteran, 13 January 1922, illness

CURRIE, William H, Telegraphist, C/JX 133704, FAA, 821 Sqn, Courageous, 15 February 1937, flying accident, killed

CURRY, Hugh F, Commander, Royal Australian Navy, 17 March 1932, illness

CURRY, John H, Chief Engine Room Artificer, MX 46717, Forth, 31 October 1938, accidentally killed

CURRYER, Henry, Private, RMLI, 17016 (Ch), Lowestoft, 19 March 1920, drowned

CURSENS, Alfred H, Stoker 1c, K 63460, Cockchafer, 18 October 1928, illness

CURTAIN, Edgar C, Commissioned Gunner, Gloucester, 15 May 1938, illness

CURTHOYS, Frederick A, Stoker Petty Officer, K 12943, Clematis, 4 November 1922, accidentally killed

CURTHOYS, George J, Quartermaster Sergeant, RM, 21804 (Ply), Royal Marines HQ, 22 July 1925, accidentally killed

CURTHOYS, Herbert W J, Able Seaman, D/JX 126453, Herald, 15 December 1933, illness

CURTIN, Cornelius, Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 624, Eagle, 2 May 1927, illness

CURTIS, Arthur, Petty Officer, 230628, Doris, 25 December 1918, illness

CURTIS, Charles E, Canteen Manager, Admiralty civilian, St Vincent, 13 May 1919, illness

CURTIS, Charles, Leading Seaman, P/J 15863, Greenwich, 19 August 1934, died

CURTIS, George, Supply Chief Petty Officer, M 1459, Titania, 14 July 1927, illness

CURTIS, Harold W, Engineman, RNR, ES 1999, Halcyon II, 20 February 1919, illness

CURTIS, Henry J, Cooper 1c, 343597, Pembroke, 24 February 1919, illness

CURTIS, James, Stoker 1c, 291836, Hecla II, 26 July 1919, illness

CURTIS, Owen S C, Leading Telegraphist, J 8621, Victory, 4 June 1920, accident

CURTIS, Percy J, Leading Stoker, K 13430, P.33, patrol boat, 16 March 1919, drowned

CURTIS, Walter W, Leading Signalman, J 14483, P.62, patrol boat, 23 February 1919, illness

CURTISS, Ernest F, Petty Officer, D/JX 143378, Drake, 10 November 1936, illness

CUSICK, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 4373, RND, Anson Battalion, 16 January 1919, accident in UK

CUSSE, Francis N W, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 271233, TB.63, torpedo boat, 31 March 1919, illness

CUSWORTH, William R, Lance Sergeant, RM, 185644, Royal Marines HQ, 30 December 1926, illness

CUTAJAR, Giovanni, Stoker 1c, K 55154, Caesar, 16 April 1919, illness

CUTHBERTSON, William, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 20407, Emmanuel Camelaire, 10 March 1919, drowned

CUTMORE, William A, Gunner, RMA, RMA 13536, Marlborough, 4 February 1923, illness

CUTSFORTH, Charles L, Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 18 April 1933, illness

CUTTER, Frederick J, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 49499, Pembroke, 11 June 1933, illness

CUTTER, William H, Engine Room Artificer 4c, D/MX 46008, Diomede, 19 May 1935, illness

 

 

 

D

 

DABNOR, Frederick H, Boy 2c, JX 159907, Ganges, 6 February 1939, illness

DAE, Min C, Officer's Steward 3c (no service number listed), Gannet, 11 September 1932, drowned

DAGG, Charles F, Petty Officer Telegraphist, J 3758 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

DAGGER, William F, Stoker 2c, K 63988, Windsor, 21 March 1925, illness

DAGLEISH, David, Able Seaman, J 41983, Hood, 16 November 1924, accidentally killed

DAGNELL, Arthur A, Stoker 1c, P/KX 80689, Warspite, 10 May 1932, illness

DALBY, Amos W, Telegraphist, P/JX 125356, Victory, 9 September 1933, road accident, killed

DALE, Ernest, Able Seaman, J 29304, Cockchafer, 20 March 1926, drowned

DALE, Frederick, Able Seaman, P/J 30004, Pandora, 4 December 1937, illness

DALE, Samuel G, Boy 1c, J 98338, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

DALE, William E, Petty Officer, 231041, Royal Sovereign, 4 August 1919, illness

DALES, William, Seaman, RNR, A 8406, Pembroke, 30 January 1919, illness

DALEY, Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 59298, Tiger, 25 May 1924, accidentally killed

DALEY, John, Coastguardsman 2c, 147025, Colleen, 16 April 1922, illness

DALGLISH, Robin C, Rear Admiral, Royal Navy, 17 December 1934, illness

DALLIMORE, Arthur, Petty Officer, 236802, Excellent, 16 January 1920, illness

DALLIMORE, Kenneth J, Boy 2c, JX 140169, Ganges, 8 March 1934, illness

DALLISON, Stanley F, Able Seaman, C/J 115336, Cumberland, 16 August 1930, illness

DALTON, Alexander, Fireman, MMR, 865477, Eaglet, 2 March 1919, illness

DALTON, James, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 3857, Egmont, 18 August 1919, illness

DALTON, Robert W, Chief Engine Room Artificer, 272358, H.29, 9 August 1926, accidentally killed

DALY, Edward, Stoker 1c, K 54873, Vivid, 16 November 1918, illness

DALZIEL, William, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Sunhill (Heroic, O/P), 2 May 1919, illness

DAMEN, Arthur C, Able Seaman, SS 8331, Victory, 11 March 1922, illness

DAMMS, George L, Stoker, RNR, S 2046, Western Queen, 17 November 1918, illness

DANAFORD, Harold W, Chief Petty Officer, RAN, 8295, Cerberus, 7 December 1919, illness

DAND, William, Petty Officer, J 5946, Lucia, 19 June 1920, boat accident, drowned

DANDO, Wyndham G, Able Seaman, J 44115 (Dev), Erin, 2 October 1919, drowned

DANEO, Santo, Officer's Cook 2c, L 11102, Curacoa, 15 December 1929, died

DANIEL, Charles T, Lieutenant, RNR, President, 19 February 1919, illness

DANIEL, Horace S, Lieutenant, RNR, Dido, 11 March 1919, illness

DANIELS, John K, Commissioned Gunner, P.52, patrol boat, 4 November 1919, illness

DANIELS, Thomas W, Stoker 1c, KX 77287, Delphinium, 27 April 1929, drowned

DANN, Arthur C, Seaman, RNR, A 16114, Orion, 27 February 1936, illness

DANNAN, Kenneth P, Paymaster Midshipman, Shropshire, 13 April 1939, illness

DANVERS, Herbert, Surgeon, Royal Navy, 18 March 1920, illness

DARCH, George, Leading Steward, D/L 9398, Drake, 17 March 1938, accidentally killed

DARCH, Herbert S, Chief Sick Berth Steward, 150397, Vivid, 28 February 1919, illness

D'ARCY, Richard J, Paymaster Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 8 September 1926, illness

DARGE, John, Engine Room Artificer 2c, 272208, Lydiard, 16 January 1919, illness

DARKE, Herbert R, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 1 (Dev), Emile Nobel, 22 May 1919, Caspian Sea, KIA

DARKLEY, Albert E, Stoker 1c, K 60632, Veronica, 1 June 1929, drowned

DARLEY, Frederick C, Commander, Despatch, 5 September 1926, incident in China, killed by Chinese

DARMANIN, Carmelo, Leading Steward, E/LX 21227, St Angelo, 17 January 1935, illness

DARNELL, George E, Engineman, RNR, ES 3694, J H F, drifter, 21 November 1918, illness

DARRACOTT, Harold T, Signalman, J 13633 (Dev), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

DASH, Percy D T, Chief Petty Officer Cook, 351548, Centurion, 12 August 1922, illness

DAVENPORT, George, Corporal, RM, S 3749 (Deal), RND, Hood Battalion, attached RM Medical Unit, 21 January 1919, discharged, illness in UK

DAVENPORT, Harry, Boy Telegraphist, D/JX 149205, Ganges, 2 July 1937, accidentally killed

DAVEY, Alfred, Assistant Cook, MMR, 851395, Iolanda, 12 February 1919, illness

DAVEY, Frederick S, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 59067, Devonshire, 3 August 1932, illness

DAVEY, Herbert, Private, RMLI, 17711 (Ch), RM, 6th Battalion, 8 September 1919, killed in North Russia

DAVEY, Joseph S, Boy 2c, J 93961, Impregnable, 3 March 1919, illness

DAVEY, Mark H, Private, RM, S 9613 (Ply), RM Engineers, Chatham, 5 April 1919, illness

DAVEY, Martin J, Leading Stoker, P/K 60311, Courageous, 27 February 1930, illness

DAVEY, Sidney J, Boy 1c, J 98664, Ganges, 22 December 1921, illness

DAVEY, Thomas G, Stoker Petty Officer, 302099, Victory, 22 August 1922, illness

DAVEY, William J, Petty Officer, 193429, Lucia, 3 July 1920, illness

DAVIDSON, Adair, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 1601, Northolt, 11 May 1919, drowned

DAVIDSON, Alexander, Chief Shipwright 2c, 343859, Victory, 24 December 1918, illness

DAVIDSON, Frank, Steward, 91507, Royal Scot, 19 February 1919, illness

DAVIDSON, James, Chief Artificer Engineer, Gunner, 23 January 1919, died

DAVIDSON, John D, Engineer T, RNR (T abbreviation not known), Lady Moyra, 15 May 1919, explosion, DOI ashore

DAVIDSON, John H, Able Seaman, J 75864, Strathlethen, 11 February 1919, illness

DAVIDSON, Robert G, Petty Officer, C/J 8339, Malabar, 22 May 1932, accidentally killed

DAVIDSON, William, Engineman, RNR, ES 2419, Nairn, 12 December 1918, illness

DAVIES, Albert G, Able Seaman, J 11457, Tenacious, 9 March 1920, illness

DAVIES, Arthur H, Private, RM, S 2180 (Deal), RND, 63rd Divisional Train, 3 December 1918, France, illness

DAVIES, David J, Officer's Cook 1c, L 9680, Vivid, 26 March 1919, illness

DAVIES, David J, Stoker 1c, K 19673, Rodney, 22 March 1929, illness

DAVIES, David, Able Seaman, J 96644, Pembroke, 18 April 1928, illness

DAVIES, Edwin G, 1st Writer, M 4566, Pembroke, 16 January 1919, illness

DAVIES, Ernest, Engine Room Artificer, RNR, EA 1792, Kingfisher, 23 February 1919, illness

DAVIES, George S, Stoker Petty Officer, RNR, ES 1669, Peter Lovett, 20 April 1919, illness

DAVIES, Harry R B, Commander, RNR, Rtd, Royal Naval Reserve, 5 September 1936, illness

DAVIES, Harry, Marine, 17756 (Ch), Repulse, 23 April 1931, illness

DAVIES, Herbert E, Lieutenant, RNR, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

DAVIES, James, Lance Corporal, RM, S 3477 (Deal), RND, 150th (RN) Field Ambulance, RM Medical Unit, 20 November 1918, France, illness

DAVIES, John H, Petty Officer, 200545, Hawkins, 1 March 1921, illness, day not given

DAVIES, John, Yeoman of Signals, 198789, Comus, 24 February 1919, illness

DAVIES, Leonard F, Leading Signalman, J 7627 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

DAVIES, Morris, Stoker 1c, 234928, Vivid, 1 March 1924, illness

DAVIES, Richard F, Able Seaman, D/J 63005, Drake, 31 July 1935, illness

DAVIES, Samuel W, Stoker 1c, K 10515, Kildysart, 19 November 1918, illness

DAVIES, Sydney, Chief Stoker, P/K 60052, Victory, 30 April 1937, illness

DAVIES, Thomas, Boy 1c, J 48302, Victory, 28 December 1919, illness

DAVIES, William H, Shipwright 2c, 346304, Pembroke, 17 February 1919, illness

DAVIES, William J, Colour Sergeant, RMLI, 9303 (Ply), Caesar, 23 March 1919, illness in Constantinople

DAVIES, William J, Shipwright 2c, 344865, Pembroke, 26 February 1919, illness

DAVIS, Charles A, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 6102, Pembroke, 10 February 1919, illness

DAVIS, Charles A, Leading Signalman, C/J 73968, Keith, 3 January 1935, illness

DAVIS, David K, Stoker 1c, SS 120441, Silvio, 30 November 1919, drowned

DAVIS, Edward C, Leading Seaman, J 10556, Badminton, 24 October 1924, drowned

DAVIS, Franklin H, Chief Engine Room Artificer, P/M 6236, Royal Navy, 28 January 1938, illness

DAVIS, Frederick J, Lieutenant Commander, RNR (ret), President, 13 May 1919, illness

DAVIS, George E, Marine, 16163 (Ply), Queen Elizabeth, 9 November 1927, accidentally killed

DAVIS, James, Able Seaman, J 12861 (Dev), Ambuscade, 1 December 1918, drowned

DAVIS, John G, Stoker 2c, C/KX 85637, Pembroke, 19 April 1935, illness

DAVIS, Montague E, Leading Telegraphist, J 85592, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

DAVIS, Reginald W, Cook's Mate, M 25166 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

DAVIS, Walter, Private, RM, S 12416 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 28 January 1919, illness

DAVIS, William F, Stoker Petty Officer, K 11817, Sutton, 5 April 1928, road accident, killed

DAVIS, William J, Stoker 2c, K 49520, Pembroke, 20 December 1918, illness

DAVIS, William, Stoker 1c, C/KX 76800, Royal Navy, 2 October 1936, illness

DAVISON, Anthony J, Honorary Engineer Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 24 January 1932, illness

DAVISON, James R, Stoker 1c, K 56119, Centaur, 28 October 1928, train accident, killed

DAVISON, William J, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, Warspite, 27 February 1920, illness

DAW, Walter E, Boy 1c, D/SSX 19193, Rodney, 19 August 1937, accidentally killed

DAWE, Reginald, Warrant Master at Arms, Royal Navy, 30 September 1931, illness

DAWE, Samuel H, Painter 1c, 344039, Dolphin, 20 August 1921, illness

DAWE, William J T, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 20268, Danae, 19 February 1932, died

DAWES, Arthur D, Electrical Artificer 5c, P/MX 58426, Royal Navy, 15 January 1939, illness

DAWES, George, Able Seaman (RFR B 1973), 166211 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

DAWES, George, Leading Seaman, J 12434, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

DAWSON, Alfred C, Officer's Cook 1c, 361164, Victory, 21 March 1920, illness

DAWSON, John H, Able Seaman, J 35065, Hyacinth II, 11 October 1919, drowned

DAWSON, Leslie T, Ordinary Seaman, J 112750, Pembroke, 15 July 1928, illness

DAWSON, William, Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 4302, Dolphin, 15 April 1929, illness

DAY, Albert, Able Seaman, C/J 33641, Victory, 4 October 1930, illness

DAY, Charles S, Able Seaman, J 37762, Vivid, 4 February 1920, illness

DAY, Ernest F, Honorary Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 15 December 1926, illness

DAY, James J, Stoker 1c, K 43638 (Po), Southampton, 13 June 1919, illness

DAY, John T, Stoker 1c, 312283, Saxifrage, 1 February 1919, drowned

DAY, Peter, Stoker Petty Officer, K 6063, Nelson, 27 February 1930, accidentally killed

DAY, Sydney G, 3rd Writer, M 18560, President, 24 November 1918, illness

DAY, Thomas E, Private, RMLI, 16844 (Ch), Cormorant, 5 January 1919, died in St Helena

DAY, Thomas M, Lieutenant, RNR, President, 7 August 1921, illness

DAYKIN, John R, Stoker 2c, SS 119164, Victory, 21 February 1919, illness

DAYRELL-REED, Archibald, Lieutenant, CMB.88BD, coastal motor boat, 18 August 1919, attack on Kronstadt Harbour

 

DE BONO, Emanuele, Officer's Cook 1c, 360394, Egmont, 22 March 1926, illness

DE BURGH, Francis V, Commander, RIM, Aden Command, attached to, 7 December 1918, illness

DE CAEN, Raymond G F H, Lieutenant Commander, Eagle, 12 April 1922, illness

DE CARTERET, Harold R, Able Seaman, RNVR, AA 2787, President, 26 January 1919, died

DE JERSEY, Norman S, Right Rev, Honorary Chaplain, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 28 November 1934, illness

DE ROBECK, Sir John M, Admiral of the Fleet, Royal Navy, 20 January 1928, illness

DE SOUZA, Gaetano A, Officer's Steward 1c, 157258, Crocus, 25 July 1922, drowned

DE SOUZA, Joao V, Cook 2c, 356465, Lupin, 14 November 1928, illness

DE SOUZA, Pedro C, Officer's Cook 1c, 355326, Highflyer, 5 November 1920, illness

DE VOIL, Eric J, Gunner, St Vincent, 29 March 1931, illness

DEACON, Charles J R, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, M 36122, Fisgard, 14 February 1921, illness

DEACON, Donald C, Lieutenant, K.26, submarine, 14 November 1925, illness

DEACON, Henry S, Chief Stoker, 296535, Diligence, on books of Blenheim, 5 September 1921, died

DEACON, William H, Able Seaman, P/JX 149948, Esk, 4 March 1937, drowned

DEACON, William, Able Seaman, SS 9734, Benbow, 4 August 1922, illness

DEADMAN, Arthur, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 2788, RND, Howe Battalion, 6 December 1918, discharged, illness in UK

DEADMAN, William D, Stoker 1c, C/K 60990, Gallant, 28 December 1936, illness

DEAKIN, James, Greaser, MMR, 496680, Vivid, 22 November 1918, illness

DEAN, Arthur G, Ordnance Artificer Apprentice, C/MX 46517, Pembroke, 12 November 1931, illness

DEAN, Charles L, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, M 37776, Triad, 28 June 1930, illness

DEAN, Edmund A, Stoker 1c, K 38050, Victory, 21 June 1919, illness

DEAN, Ernest J D, Able Seaman, J 3955, Velox, 12 February 1919, illness

DEAN, George, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 11786, Victory, 15 March 1919, drowned

DEAN, Lionel S K, Ordinary Seaman, P/SSX 14268, Victory, 6 November 1933, road accident, killed

DEAN, Norman E, Paymaster Lieutenant, Southampton, 30 June 1924, illness

DEANE, Patrick, Regulating Petty Officer, 228541, Vivid, 27 April 1920, drowned

DEAR, Ivo L, Able Seaman, J 94740, Ursula, 18 December 1927, accidentally killed

DEARING, Leonard A P, Able Seaman, J 48620, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

DEARLING, Robert G, Leading Seaman, J 10528, Victory, 11 March 1920, illness

DEARLOVE, Reginald A, Private, RMLI, 17106 (Ply), Glory, 12 November 1918, Archangel

DEARNELEY, Thomas, Boy 1c, J 82849, Thunderer, 5 April 1919, illness

DEARNS, Edmund, Able Seaman, J 60545, Cleopatra, 24 October 1920, drowned

DEATON, John, Stoker, RNR, S 2220, Pembroke, 12 February 1919, illness

DEDMAN, James V, Electrical Artificer Apprentice, MX 58809, Pembroke, 11 May 1936, illness

DEE, Paul, Able Seaman, D/JX 128356, Malaya, 9 September 1932, died

DEGGAN, Hubert S, Chief Petty Officer, C/J 28977, Marshall Soult, 19 January 1935, killed

DEGNIN, Francis, Stoker 1c, 282529, Kildangan, 20 February 1919, illness

DEIGHTON, Henry, Leading Stoker, 299695, Vivien, 28 January 1922, illness

DELEMARE, Herbert A, Petty Officer, J 16376, Revenge, 4 September 1925, illness

DELHI, Alfred J, Able Seaman, J 16934, Fantome, 5 June 1921, died

DELL, Henry J, Gunner, RMA, RMA 1848, RMA, Portsmouth, 13 February 1919, illness

DELL, Reginald W, Chief Petty Officer, P/J 2002, Excellent, 5 October 1930, killed

DELLBRIDGE, Arthur F, Engineer Lieutenant Commander, Arrow, 19 February 1934, illness

DELLOW, Alfred J, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 20937, Drake, 20 May 1935, illness

DEMELLWEEK, Joseph M, Seaman, RNR, B 3302, Colleen, 24 March 1919, illness

DEMPSEY, William G, Leading Seaman, 215684, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

DENCH, Munro R, Leading Stoker, K 15254 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

DENHAM, Ernest, Petty Officer, J 13071, Vivid, 19 December 1926, road accident, killed

DENHAM, William H, Regulating Petty Officer, D/M 39140, Queen Elizabeth, 18 October 1931, illness

DENISON, Christopher, Pilot Officer, RAF, 440 Flight, Hermes, 30 April 1925, air crash

DENNER, Frederick, Petty Officer Telegraphist, RAN, 10827 (RN 236025), Royal Australian Navy, 21 October 1924, accidentally killed

DENNETT, Aubrey J D, Ordnance Artificer 2c, C/M 38740, Marshall Soult, 6 August 1934, road accident, killed

DENNINGTON, James R, Able Seaman, 227476 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

DENNIS, Edward A, Leading Stoker, K 35336, Fisgard, 5 April 1924, illness

DENNIS, Gerald W, Lieutenant, FAA, 405 Flight, Glorious, 18 November 1932, illness

DENNIS, John S C, Deck Hand, MMR (no service number listed), Mollusc, 16 November 1918, illness

DENNIS, John, Petty Officer 1c, 175529, Excellent, 4 January 1919, illness

DENNIS, William F, Petty Officer, 190208, Daisy, 17 February 1919, illness

DENNIS, William, Electrical Artificer 2c, M 12651, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

DENNISON, William W, Engine Room Artificer 2c, 271982 (Ch), Fandango, 3 July 1919, ship lost

DENT, Edward S, Able Seaman, J 34711, Vernon, 5 June 1929, illness

DENYER, Leonard G, Officer's Steward 2c, L 8260, Victory III, 12 May 1922, died

DERBYSHIRE, William A, Signalman, J 19095 (Dev), Vivid, 11 July 1920, drowned

DERIA, Yueuf, Seedie (no service number listed), Lupin, January 1927, listed in record, died

DERRICK, David, Officer's Cook 1c, C/L 14247, Renown, 7 March 1933, illness

DERRICK, John H, Stoker 1c, KX 76591, Adamant, 17 May 1930, illness

DES ROCHES, Philfras E, Ordinary Seaman, RNCVR, VR 3219, Gannet, 20 September 1919, illness

DEUCHAR, William J, Gunner, Excellent, 13 October 1937, illness

DEVEY, John, Able Seaman, J 110792, Vivid, 10 May 1929, illness

DEW, George, Stoker 1c, K 12398, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

DEWEY, Guy F J, Leading Cook, M 38718, Pandora, 5 July 1930, drowned

DEWING, Alfred P, Lieutenant, Dauntless, 11 May 1926, illness in HS Maine

DEWSBURY, Charles, Leading Deck Hand, MMR (no service number listed), Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

DEXETER, Ernest, Ordinary Seaman, SS 8694, Splendid, 20 November 1919, accident

 

DIBLEY, Samuel F, Stoker 1c, SS 120419, Tiger, 29 November 1921, illness

DICK, Andrew S, Assistant Steward, MMR, 943289, St Elvies, 5 February 1919, illness

DICKASON, Alfred C, Able Seaman, SS 849, Vivid, 21 February 1919, illness

DICKENS, Gerald H C, Lieutenant, Codrington, 15 October 1936, illness

DICKENS, Leslie A, Able Seaman, J 100803, Castor, 19 July 1930, illness

DICKENS, Walter, Stoker 1c, K 56538, Senator, 23 February 1924, road accident, killed

DICKENSON, James W E, Ordinary Seaman, J 112240, Royal Sovereign, 11 January 1927, accidentally killed

DICKESON, Arthur E, Signal Boy, RNR, SB 1555, Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

DICKINSON, Arthur, Lieutenant, RNR, Victory, 7 July 1919, illness

DICKINSON, Cecil C, Lieutenant Commander, Vivid, 2 February 1928, illness

DICKINSON, Jesse, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 452, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

DICKINSON, William A C, Leading Stoker, D/KX 78081, Royal Navy, 12 June 1938, illness

DICKSON, Frederick, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 549, Victory, 5 March 1920, illness

DICKSON, John H, Warrant Engineer, Royal Navy, 22 June 1923, illness

DICKSON, Robert D L, Lieutenant, Pilot's Course, 1 October 1932, air crash, killed

DICKSON, Thomas H, Lieutenant Commander, Merchant Navy Defence Instructional Officer, Cardiff, 28 April 1939, illness

DIGGLE, Edward, Quartermaster Sergeant, RMLI, 770 (Po), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 6 February 1919, France, illness

DIKE, Frederick J, Boatswain, 56437, Ceto, 20 November 1918, illness

DILBY, Robert J, Cook (S), D/MX 49645, Drake, 5 June 1935, illness

DILLON, Joseph, Stoker 1c, K 15795, Centurion, 17 June 1923, accidentally killed

DILLON-SHALLAND, Harold J, Chief Stoker, P/K 58669, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

DIMENT, Percy J, Able Seaman, J 23290, Colleen, 3 June 1921, illness

DINAN, Edward, Able Seaman, J 47798, Whirlwind, 9 January 1919, illness

DINES, William S, Stoker Petty Officer, 306682, Vivid, 22 July 1919, illness

DINGLE, Edward H, Stoker 1c, K 24623, Catspaw, 31 December 1919, ship lost (grave right - Gareth Thomas)

DINMORE, Sidney A, Able Seaman, J 3412, Thisbe, 31 May 1920, illness

DIPLOCK, Harry, Signalman Petty Officer, 311859, Revenge, 27 December 1923, illness

DISTIN, Alfred, Shipwright 2c, M 6749, Botha, 13 December 1918, illness

DITCHER, John A, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 37028, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

DITES, Samuel, Leading Stoker, D/K 66002, Glorious, 14 August 1936, illness

DITTON, Hugh, Lieutenant Commander, FAA, 401 Flight, Courageous, 25 February 1932, air crash, killed

DIXIE, Albert E, Lieutenant Commander, Crescent, 16 May 1920, illness

DIXON, Albert W, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 61059, Norfolk, 25 January 1934, illness

DIXON, George E, Boy 2c, JX 150012, Ganges, 16 February 1937, illness

DIXON, Herbert, Able Seaman, J 11166, Abeille, 1 January 1919, illness in Gibraltar

DIXON, Joseph, Leading Telegraphist, J 22450, Curlew, 23 March 1922, illness

DIXON, Reginald C, Petty Officer, 231628, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

DIXON, Thomas, Leading Stoker, K 8572, Ship or unit not listed, 29 November 1921, illness

DIXON, William H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 1625, Vivien, 23 November 1918, illness

DIXON, William, Stoker Petty Officer, 298628 (Ch), Blake, 16 January 1920, drowned

 

D'LOYDE, Phillip J, Marine, 18709 (Po), Queen Elizabeth, 19 February 1926, died

 

DOALEH, Ali, Seedie Stoker, 402, Comus, 13 July 1921, accident

DOBELL, John W, Lieutenant, President, 1 March 1919, illness

DOBELLS, Gilbert H, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

DOBSON, Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 66560, Argus, 21 February 1927, illness

DOBSON, Frederick H J, Ordinary Seaman, J 93563, Julius (ex-Caradoc), 27 June 1920, illness

DOBSON, Herbert, Able Seaman, 223645, Clinit, 28 December 1918, illness

DOBSON, John, Fireman, MMR, 918552, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

DOBSON, Vernon W, Sub Lieutenant, Pilot's Course, 1 October 1932, air crash, killed

DODD, Charles, Petty Officer, 198415, Vivid IV, 21 April 1922, illness

DODD, James P, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 8 January 1934, illness

DODDRIDGE, Arthur H G, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 33246, Thanet, 3 February 1934, road accident, killed

DODNEY, William E F, Private, RMLI, 19817 (Po), Curacoa, 6 June 1923, illness

DODRIDGE, Arthur C, Musician, RMB, RMB 2051, Renown, 21 June 1929, illness

DODSON, Alfred W, Able Seaman, P/J 104696, Milford, 6 January 1937, illness

DOEL, Joseph, Officer's Steward 1c, 364987, Victory, 15 March 1919, illness

DOHERTY, Henry E, Petty Officer, D/J 90806, Galatea, 1 February 1939, drowned

DOMVILLE, Sir James H, Lieutenant, P.19, patrol boat, 13 September 1919, died

DONALD, Edgar J, Officer's Cook 3c, L 14164, Pembroke, 24 August 1926, illness

DONALD, Hugh J, Able Seaman, 228142, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

DONALDSON, Robert H, Lieutenant, RM, Portsmouth, 30 April 1925, illness

DONALDSON, William, Fireman, MMR (no service number listed), Goissa, 15 November 1918, ship lost

DONEGAN, Ernest G, Able Seaman, 223779, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

DONNELLY, Thomas, Commissioned Gunner, Pembroke, 8 December 1923, illness

DONOHUE, James, Fireman, MMR, 891620, Richard Welford, 16 February 1919, illness

DONOVAN, Alexander M, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Navy, 20 April 1932, illness

DONOVAN, Cornelius, Leading Seaman, RNR, A 5639, President III, 2 March 1919, drowned

DONOVAN, Edward, Leading Stores Assistant, M 11680, Vivid, 29 June 1930, illness

DONOVAN, John J, Ordinary Seaman, J 102224, Vivid, 10 April 1922, illness

DONOVAN, Michael, Able Seaman, J 18322 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

DONOVAN, Richard C, Stoker Petty Officer, K 12426, Restless, 14 November 1922, illness

DONOVAN, Walter H, Boy 1c, JX 131171, Ramillies, 16 March 1930, illness

DOPSON, Thomas, Able Seaman, J 23419, Caledon, 10 October 1919, illness

DORAN, Hugh, Stoker 1c, K 57884, Chatham, 1 December 1922, accidentally killed

DORMER, Archibald P, Engineer Lieutenant Commander, Excellent, 10 December 1927, illness

DORRELL, Alfred E, Ordinary Seaman, J 71751, Reclaim, 31 December 1918, drowned

DOUGHTY, Henry M, Rear Admiral, Rear Admiral 1st Battle Squadron, 1 May 1921, illness

DOUGLAS, Archibald R, Sub Lieutenant, President, 17 February 1919, illness

DOUGLAS, Arthur J, Boy Servant, L 13021, Vivid, 4 March 1920, illness

DOUGLAS, Edward, Coastguardsman 3c, 181487, Vivid, 4 August 1922, illness

DOUGLAS, Frederick T, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Teakol, 14 March 1919, train accident

DOUGLAS, Gordon, Boy 2c, JX 154758, Caledonia, 7 December 1937, illness

DOUGLAS, Robert, Signalman, P/JX 125837, Royal Navy, 22 June 1938, illness

DOVE, Victor A, Able Seaman, P/J 104847, Dolphin, 29 January 1935, illness

DOWDE, Thomas, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 3294, Pembroke, 29 August 1939, result of operation, died

DOWDING, Norman P O, Sergeant, RMLI, 17082 (Ch), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 8 February 1919, illness in UK

DOWELL, William E, Gunner, RMA, RMA 11871, Konakry, steamship, 1 December 1918, collision

DOWLER, Bertie E, Cook's Mate 2c, M 34574, Victory, 1 May 1919, died

DOWLING, Frank, Leading Seaman, C/J 106162, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

DOWLING, Frank, Shipwright 1c, 168832, Dolphin, 22 July 1919, illness

DOWLING, Frederick V, Able Seaman, J 14944, Crocus, 29 January 1924, illness

DOWN, Eric F, Leading Stoker, D/KX 79932, Berwick, 6 June 1937, illness

DOWN, John, Private, RMLI, 20694 (Ply), RM Deal, 11 March 1920, illness

DOWNER, Albert E, Stoker 1c, P/KX 77672, Centaur, 7 October 1930, illness

DOWNES, Joseph L, Commissioned Engineer, RNR, British Mariner, 5 December 1932, illness

DOWNEY, Cyril F, Officer's Cook 1c, L 7085, Excellent, 7 May 1928, died

DOWNIE, David, Lieutenant, RNR, President, 1 February 1919, illness

DOWNINE, Alexander P, Paymaster Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 23 January 1929, illness

DOWNING, Edward E G, Boy 1c, JX 125064, Emperor of India, 27 January 1927, illness

DOWNS, George, Stoker 1c, SS 125714, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

DOWNS, John M, Stoker 1c, K 56695, Europa, 26 January 1920, illness

DOWNS, John P, Lieutenant, RNR, Gosforth, 29 March 1919, illness

DOWSON, John, Stoker 1c, K 32400, Leviathan, 27 January 1919, illness

DOXSLEY, Richard J, Boy 1c, C/JX 142674, Pembroke, 17 March 1936, illness

DOYLE, Christopher, Stoker 1c, D/K 65333, Defiance, 10 December 1930, illness

DOYLE, John, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 12801, John Cooper, 19 January 1919, illness

DOYLE, John, Seaman, RNR, B 5322, Trebiskin, 12 November 1918, drowned

DOYLE, Leslie R, Boy, SS 3007, Royal Navy, 4 August 1939, illness

DOYLE, Martin, Leading Seaman, J 15434, Vivid, 17 October 1926, illness

DOYLE, Matthew, Trimmer, RNR, TS 8185, Eaglet III, 11 March 1920, drowned

 

DRAKE, William P, Stoker 1C, SS 125649, Truant, 12 March 1924, illness

DRAKE-BROCKHAM, Lewis, Major, RMLI, Glory, 10 May 1919, Murmansk, killed

DRANSFIELD, Herbert, Able Seaman, D/JX 137532, Dolphin, 3 July 1939, road accident, killed

DRAPER, William J A, Able Seaman, J 111460, Sepoy, 8 April 1930, depth charge explosion, DOW

DREDGE, Felix A St G, Lieutenant, Pilot's Course, 29 April 1925, illness

DREW, Benjamin, Leading Stoker, 300885, Ramilles, 2 December 1920, illness

DREW, Herbert G, Warrant Engineer, Cumberland, 4 August 1931, illness

DREW, John A V, Senior Reserve Attendant, M 10514, Victory, 15 February 1919, illness

DREW, Stanley W, Marine, G/X 318, Royal Marines HQ, 29 April 1928, illness

DREWERY, James E, Stoker 1c, C/KX 87003, Woolwich, 28 March 1939, illness

DREWRY, Dorothy M, Telephonist, WRNS, G 2091, Women's Royal Naval Service, 25 February 1920, illness

DRIEU, Emile, Officer's Steward 3c, L 7071, Victory, 18 February 1919, illness

DRING, Jack E, Gunner, Whitley, 31 January 1922, illness

DRISCOLL, Denis, Leading Stoker, 283113, Venerable, 3 May 1919, illness

DRISCOLL, James, Seaman, RNR, A 9300, Fylde, 18 December 1918, illness

DRISCOLL, Walter J, Commissioned Gunner, Ark Royal, 13 May 1927, illness

DRIVER, Henry W, Leading Seaman, C/J 111730, Cardiff, 15 January 1938, road accident, killed

DRUETT, Eldred W, Cook, M 36480, Ross, 22 February 1925, illness

DRUGGAN, Thomas, Stoker 1c, KX 76889, Ramillies, 16 January 1928, illness

DRUITT, Robert, Able Seaman, D/JX 143457, Furious, 4 September 1938, drowned

DRUMMOND, James, Stoker 1c, P/K 62886, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

DRUMMOND-HAY, Edward de V, Lieutenant, Emperor of India, 12 May 1920, illness

DRYDEN, Kenneth E, Engine Room Artificer 4c, D/MX 47900, Delhi, 20 September 1936, illness

DRYSDALE, Georgina, Telephonist, WRNS, G 668, Women's Royal Naval Service, 23 November 1918, illness

 

D'SOUZA, Raimundo C, Officer's Steward 1c, L 9101, Hyacinth, 15 June 1919, illness

 

DUCKWORTH, Thomas W, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 34520, H.43, 23 December 1929, road accident, killed

DUFF, William, Stoker 1c, SS 125019, Hawkins, 8 November 1921, illness

DUFFERIN and AVA, MARQUESS Of, Captain, RNVR, Ulster Division, RNVR, 21 July 1930, killed

DUFTON, Henry H, Stoker 1c, K 54540, Wessex, 11 April 1924, illness

DUGGAN, Albert F H, Leading Seaman, J 62085, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

DUGGAN, Frederick C, Stoker Petty Officer, 233709, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

DUGGAN, Patrick, Stoker 1c, D/K 65829, Drake, 26 February 1934, illness

DUMARESQ, John S, Rear Admiral, Royal Navy, 22 July 1922, illness

DUMINGHAM, James, Able Seaman, D/SSX 15375, Drake, 11 January 1939, illness

DUMMER, John W, Able Seaman, P/JX 149704, Courageous, 22 June 1938, illness

DUNBAR, Bernard C, Able Seaman, J 18422, Caradoc, 4 December 1921, drowned

DUNCAN, David N, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

DUNCAN, George W D, Lieutenant Commander, Dryad, 20 July 1935, illness

DUNCAN, Henry, Telegraphist, J 93280, Greenwich, 14 January 1929, illness

DUNCAN, James C, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, George Robinson, 25 November 1918, illness

DUNCAN, William, Corporal, RM, S 10560 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 16 February 1919, illness

DUNDAS, David, Midshipman, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

DUNHAM, Bernard W C, Boy 2c, JX 153295, Ganges, 28 November 1937, illness

DUNKLING, George W, Private, RMLI, 21068 (Ch), Vulcan, 10 February 1920, illness

DUNKS, Frederick, Able Seaman, J 53176 (Po), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

DUNLOP, Frederick J, Corporal, RM, X 449 (Ch), Drake, 27 May 1935, died

DUNN, Alfred G, Stoker Petty Officer, 306007, Rocket, 27 January 1926, illness

DUNN, Alfred H, Stoker 1c, D/KX 86322, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

DUNN, Anthony, Petty Officer, D/J 20868, Osiris, 12 January 1934, illness

DUNN, Arthur E, Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 6 January 1927, illness

DUNN, Arthur, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Kilcock, 8 March 1919, illness

DUNN, Charles W, Able Seaman, C/J 96476, Pembroke, 2 May 1935, illness

DUNN, Edward P, Gunner, Queen Elizabeth, 1 December 1920, drowned

DUNN, Herbert O, Air Mechanic 1c, F 1231, RNAS, 20th Armoured Car Squadron, 18 November 1918, illness

DUNN, Joseph C J, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, C/M 2194, Pembroke, 27 November 1931, illness

DUNN, William C, Stoker Petty Officer, 304436, Hawkins, 16 March 1921, illness

DUNN, William H, Able Seaman, J 94919, Defiance, 31 August 1925, road accident, killed

DUNN, William Stannard, Able Seaman, J 43883, Marlborough, 21 November 1924, accidentally killed

DUNNE, Denis, Ship's Cook, MMR, 998261, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

DUNNETT, Herbert C, Stoker 1c, SS 124104, Marlborough, 1 December 1922, drowned

DUNRAVEN, Earl of, Honorary Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 14 June 1926, illness

DUNROE, John, Able Seaman, 203394, Violent, 17 April 1923, illness

DUNSTAN, George A F, Private, RMLI, S 2745 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 16 November 1918, illness

DUNSTAN, William J, Chief Ordnance Artificer, D/M 34953, Newcastle, 17 October 1938, illness

DUPEN, Arthur P L, Engineer Captain, Egmont, 25 December 1918, accident, DOI

DURANT, Arthur M, Stoker 1c, K 64431, Dolphin, 2 June 1930, accidentally killed

DURCAN, James, Stoker Petty Officer, K 2237, Adventure, 9 March 1929, illness

DURDLE, Reginald H, Corporal, RMLI, 15940 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 13 April 1921, died

DURHAM, Ernest R, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 198, RND, Nelson Battalion, 27 March 1919, discharged, illness in UK

DURR, Henry, Trimmer, MMR, 863285, Macedonia, 4 January 1919, illness

DURRAN, James E, Stoker 1c, C/K 65768, Pembroke, 22 November 1931, illness

DURRANT, Arthur G, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 7872, Strathgeldie, 4 January 1919, illness

DURRANT, Stanley R, Ordinary Seaman, C/JX 153427, Eskimo, 18 June 1939, illness

DURRELL, Jack, Able Seaman, JX 126734, Wakeful, 2 July 1930, illness

DUVEY, Archibald F, Officer's Steward 2c, L 7203, Undine, 13 March 1919, illness

DUXFIELD, John, Private, RM, S 515 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 15 June 1919, died

 

DWYER, Robert M, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 22 October 1930, illness

 

DYE, Edgar E, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 744, RND, Anson Battalion, 28 May 1919, illness in UK

DYER, Albert E, Able Seaman, J 103385, Enterprise, 9 February 1928, illness

DYER, George, Ordinary Seaman, J 95962, Diomede, 18 June 1923, illness

DYER, William H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 18819, Restless, 27 November 1918, illness

DYMOND, Hubert, Lance Corporal, RMLI, 15297 (Ch), President III, 27 February 1919, died in UK

DYSON, Alan W, Able Seaman, SS 9575, Veteran, 30 September 1921, illness

DYSON, Henry R, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, RND, Regimental HQ, attached to RAF, 25 November 1918, illness in UK

DYSON, Sidney H, Electrical Artificer 4c, P/MX 46285, Revenge, 2 August 1930, drowned

 

 

 

E

 

EADES, Thomas E, Engine Room Artificer 4c, D/MX 53904, Royal Oak, 9 October 1937, illness

EAGER, Albert J, Telegraphist, J 44662, Tartar, 29 November 1918, illness

EAGLES, George C, Leading Telegraphist, C/JX 130135, Ramillies, 20 September 1936, road accident, killed

EALES, Archibald I, Able Seaman, J 115552, Pembroke, 2 April 1929, illness

EALES, Joseph S, Supply Petty Officer, D/M 34126, Rodney, 12 September 1932, illness

EALES, Thomas B, Leading Signalman, J 25873, Enterprise, 12 May 1926, illness

EARL, Ernest, Able Seaman, J 29063, Pembroke, 2 January 1923, died

EARL, Leslie W H, Boy 2c, RAN, 6902, Tingira (RAN), 16 March 1919, drowned

EARLE, John C M, Cadet, Royal Navy, 22 February 1937, accidentally killed

EARWICKER, Henry, Stoker Petty Officer, 119546, Victory, 19 March 1919, illness

EARWICKER, William A, Telegraphist, P/JX 127484, Revenge, 3 January 1934, illness

EASEN, Henry J, Stoker 1c, K 60457, Curlew, 18 November 1924, accidentally killed

EASEY, John S, 2nd Hand, RNR, DA 3433, Crescent, 2 November 1919, illness

EASON, Jesse, Stoker 2c, SS 119490, Victory, 25 February 1919, illness

EASON, William H W, Leading Seaman, J 14154, Syringa, 17 November 1918, illness

EASTLEY, John, Mechanician, 358829, Concord, 13 May 1921, illness

EASTMENT, Walter J, Able Seaman, SS 5934, Victory, 3 November 1923, road accident, killed

EASTON, Alfred, Able Seaman, J 35475, Vanity, 26 May 1920, illness

EASTON, Arthur R, Ordnance Artificer 4c, P/MX 54557, Excellent, 5 August 1937, road accident, died

EASTON, Sidney T, Able Seaman, P/J 18183, Courageous, 19 July 1932, illness

EASTON, William S, Able Seaman, J 84915, Venomous, 9 December 1921, drowned

EASTWOOD, Frank, Boy 2c, J 92268, Powerful, 28 December 1918, illness

EASTWOOD, Fred, Able Seaman, J 69111, Bacchante, 14 February 1919, illness

EATON, George A, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, P/M 2114, Constance, 28 January 1932, died

EATON, Joseph S, Stoker Petty Officer, K 395, Pembroke, 9 March 1929, illness

EATON, William, Joiner 1c, 301045, Philomel, 10 May 1921, accident

 

EBBS, Sidney C, Able Seaman, J 39043, Endeavour, 23 April 1919, drowned

EBLING, Francis J, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 2182 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

EBSWORTH, William F, Stoker 1c, K 41588 (Ch), Kildysart, 27 November 1918, illness

 

ECCLES, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, Mersey Z 1031, Chama, steamship, 9 February 1919, illness

ECCLESTON, Harold, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

ECKETT, Urbain T M, Lieutenant, RNVR, Research, 21 February 1919, illness

 

EDDEN, Thomas H, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 14514, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

EDDIS, Paul L, Lieutenant Commander, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

EDE, Sidney W G, Telegraphist, J 77429, Diligence, 17 February 1924, illness

EDEY, George E, Leading Seaman, J 5173, Vansittart, 21 October 1921, drowned

EDGAR, Frederick W, Stoker 1c, 160092, Pembroke, 27 December 1918, illness

EDGE, Charles H, Marine, X 278 (Ch), Colombo, 27 July 1934, illness

EDGECOMBE, Arthur W, Midshipman, Verulam, 4 September 1919, ship lost

EDGECOMBE, Arthur, Leading Stoker, K 18083, Resolution, 30 December 1919, died

EDGECOMBE, Sydney W V, Able Seaman, J 5382, Defiance, 29 July 1922, illness

EDGINGTON, Frederick J, Ordnance Artificer Apprentice, M 35360, Indus, 14 February 1922, illness

EDMONDS, Charles, Leading Seaman, J 2996 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

EDMONDS, Frederick W J, Leading Signalman, J 5921, Victor, 13 November 1918, illness

EDMONDS, Henry A, Able Seaman, J 46839, Royal Sovereign, 8 September 1925, accidentally killed

EDWARDES, George M, Stoker, RAN, 5324, Australia (RAN), 21 August 1919, illness

EDWARDS, Albert, Able Seaman, RFA, Bacchus, RFA, 14 April 1925, motor boat in collision, drowned

EDWARDS, Albert E, Able Seaman, J 32905, Daffodil, 10 January 1929, illness

EDWARDS, Albert E, Leading Signalman, 225965, Espiegle, 19 March 1920, illness

EDWARDS, Alfred, Able Seaman, J 102259, Emperor of India, 6 March 1925, illness

EDWARDS, Arthur C, Ordnance Artificer 2c, M 6589, Devonshire, 27 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

EDWARDS, Arthur W, Stoker Petty Officer, K 370, Pembroke, 23 April 1919, died

EDWARDS, Frederick R, Ordinary Seaman, SS 9684 (Ch), Tempest, 20 July 1920, drowned

EDWARDS, Garnet, Officer's Steward 1c, 360453, Lucia, 13 December 1923, illness

EDWARDS, George A, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 23225, Ark Royal, 25 April 1934, accidentally killed

EDWARDS, Henry F, Lieutenant, Victory, 10 February 1933, illness

EDWARDS, James, Stoker Petty Officer, 305412, Defiance, 12 March 1923, illness

EDWARDS, John H, Able Seaman, D/J 106978, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

EDWARDS, John W, Chief Stoker, 277719, Vivid II, 20 November 1919, illness

EDWARDS, John, Marine, 22605 (Ply), Royal Marines HQ, 22 June 1926, illness

EDWARDS, Leonard, Leading Signalman, J 41856, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

EDWARDS, Leonard T, Officer's Steward 2c, L 10673, Hood, 25 March 1921, illness

EDWARDS, Walter W, Ordinary Seaman, J 22025, Pembroke (ex-Powerful), 2 November 1919, illness

EDWARDS, William, Stoker 1c, K 65969, Hermes, 7 May 1929, illness

EDWARDS, William, Stoker Petty Officer, K 15468, Wistaria, 2 March 1921, accident

 

EELS, Alfred H, Stoker 1c, K 4447 (Ch), Fandango, 3 July 1919, ship lost

 

EFFARD, Edward P, Stoker Petty Officer, 303078, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

 

EGERTON, Wilfred A, Rear Admiral, Tactical Course, 18 July 1931, illness

EGGLESTON, Charles H, Stoker 1c, K 31712 (Dev), Cassandra, 5 December 1918, ship lost

EGGLETON, John H G, Able Seaman, C/JX 126702, Valiant, 29 May 1931, illness

EGGLETON, William G, Stoker 1c, K 61596, Blenhaim, 16 May 1925, died

 

ELBOURNE, Henry J L, Gunner, Greenwich, 24 November 1927, illness

ELDERTON, Charles, Able Seaman, J 43592, Witherington, 12 October 1927, drowned

ELDERTON, Henry E, Stoker 1c, K 12072, Coventry, 11 March 1919, illness

ELDRED, Leslie N, Boy 1c, J 96872, Ganges, 7 January 1921, illness

ELEMENT, William H, Able Seaman, P/J 112399, Blanche, 23 November 1933, illness

ELLEN, Ernest G, Stoker 1c, K 4481, P.23, patrol boat, 25 November 1918, illness

ELLERBECK, George W, Boy 1c, J 79594, Curacoa, 21 November 1918, illness

ELLERY, Thomas, Stoker Petty Officer, 276591, Jupiter, 16 July 1919, drowned

ELLIOTT, Archibald G, Lieutenant Commander, FAA, 461 Flight, Glorious, 2 October 1931, air crash, killed

ELLIOTT, Edmund L V, Petty Officer, J 22587, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

ELLIOTT, Edward P R, Marine, 16223 (Ply), Hermes, 4 September 1929, died

ELLIOTT, George, civilian dockyard fitter, H.29, 9 August 1926, killed

ELLIOTT, George H, Shipwright 2c, D/M 7213, Snapdragon, 17 November 1931, illness

ELLIOTT, John C, Able Seaman, J 2534, Titania, 10 April 1922, illness

ELLIOTT, John G, Private, RMLI, 16932 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 2 April 1919, died

ELLIOTT, John, Ordinary Seaman, J 78058, Glasgow, 4 December 1918, illness

ELLIOTT, John, Stoker 1c, K 13388, Verulam, 4 September 1919, ship lost

ELLIOTT, Stanley, Private, RM, S 2540 (Deal), RND, Divisional Train Reserves, 26 March 1919, discharged, illness in UK

ELLIOTT, William B, Private, RMLI, 20278 (Po), RM, 6th Battalion, 27 August 1919, killed in North Russia

ELLIS, Albert G, Petty Officer Cook, P/M 7670, Whitshed, 15 April 1935, illness

ELLIS, Albert H, Engine Room Artificer 1c, P/M 5868, Dolphin, 15 March 1931, illness

ELLIS, Charles A, Stoker 1c, SS 124701 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

ELLIS, Charles W, Marine, 17747 (Ch), Kent, 22 September 1930, illness

ELLIS, John A E, Marine, X 263 (Po), Revenge, 18 April 1930, drowned

ELLIS, Percivial S, Engine Room Artificer 2c, 271960, P.16, patrol boat, 19 February 1919, illness

ELLIS, Stanley G, Petty Officer Telegraphist, P/J 29040, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

ELLUL, Carmelo, Officer's Cook 2c, L 3784, Waterhen, 24 January 1920, illness

ELLUL, Emmanuel, Able Seaman, E/JX 145940, St Angelo, 27 April 1939, accidentally killed

ELLUL, Lorenzo, Steward, E/LX 21107, Brazen, 11 January 1935, drowned

ELSDON, Albert J, Musician, RMB, RMB 2802, Effingham, 19 June 1926, illness

ELSEY, Edwin, Able Seaman, J 109529, Emerald, 16 October 1929, accidentally killed

ELSON, Alfred, Stoker 1c, K 24549, Colossus, 28 February 1919, illness

ELSON, Dennis A R, Leading Seaman, D/JX 138407, Royal Sovereign, 1 May 1937, illness

ELSWORTHY, Frederick J, Officer's Steward 3c, L 9242, Venturous, 3 November 1922, illness

ELY, Charles, Stoker 1c, 291586, Royal Arthur, 14 November 1918, illness

 

EMERY, Bertie G, Able Seaman, D/J 107505, Vidette, 19 October 1931, drowned

EMERY, Charles J, Able Seaman, SS 6565, Venomous, 20 October 1920, illness

EMMERSON, John, Bugler, RMLI, 21014 (Po), Assistance, 27 December 1920, illness

EMMERSON, William G, Armourer, 342312, Malabar, 6 March 1920, died

EMMS, Frederick G, Boy 1c, C/SSX 19089, Pembroke, 30 November 1936, illness

EMSLIE, Alexander, Engine Room Artificer 3c, RAN, 2016`, Brisbane (RAN), 25 September 1920, illness

 

ENDACOTT, Ernest H, Able Seaman, J 44817, Vivid, 23 January 1927, illness

ENDERBY, Frederick, Ordinary Seaman, J 112342, Cumberland, 23 June 1928, illness

ENGLAND, George, Able Seaman, C/J 58560, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

ENGLAND, Maurice C, Sick Berth Attendant, M 27761, Tamar, 18 June 1929, illness

ENNION, Peter, Leading Seaman, D/J 39263, Queen Elizabeth, 26 December 1936, accidentally killed

ENTWHISLTE, William, Private, RMLI, 18059 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 1 July 1920, died

ENTWISTLE, Harold, Stoker 1c, K 9848, Cockchafer, 8 May 1921, drowned

ENTWISTLE, John G, Victualling Petty Officer, 341795, Scarab, 14 March 1922, died

ENTWISTLE, William, Private, RMLI, 18459 (Ply), RM Headquarters, 1 July 1920, DOW date not given in record

 

ERSKINE, Ralph J, Lieutenant, Basilisk, 1 December 1937, illness

ERSKINE, William, Act/Leading Stoker, K 63811, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

 

ESPOSITO, Joseph, Officer's Steward 2c, 360075, Egmont, 15 March 1923, illness

ESSAM, Charles A W, Gunner, Wishart, 7 June 1928, illness

ESTCOURT, George, Act/Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 65495, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

 

ETHERINGTON, Harry T, Leading Stoker, K 12739, Victory, 11 January 1929, illness

ETHERINGTON, John A G, Officer's Cook 1c, 366011, Victory, 23 October 1922, died

 

EVANS, Albert, Able Seaman, J 96694, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

EVANS, Arthur W, Telegraphist, J 52560 (Po), St Mallows, 19 June 1919, drowned

EVANS, Bertram S, Captain, Europa, 2 March 1919, illness

EVANS, Charles, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, D/MX 52413, Dorsetshire, 24 March 1938, illness

EVANS, David, Steward, MMR, 785375, Sonia, 24 February 1919, illness

EVANS, Evan, Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 24 December 1919, drowned

EVANS, Fred, Coastguardsman, 282409, HM Coastguard Station Inch, 22 July 1919, illness

EVANS, Frederick R, Private, RMLI, 21797 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 6 February 1919, illness

EVANS, Frederick, Chief Petty Officer, 238216, Curlew, 10 July 1929, drowned

EVANS, Geraint M, Ordinary Telegraphist, J 45719, Victory, 24 August 1919, illness

EVANS, Harry, Sick Berth Petty Officer, M 3178, Vivid, 4 December 1923, illness

EVANS, John H, Able Seaman, J 14734 (Dev), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

EVANS, John, Chief Stoker, 147793, Vivid, 17 January 1919, illness

EVANS, Leslie, Stoker 2c, K 65088, Vivid, 8 January 1925, illness

EVANS, Reginald A, Petty Officer, C/J 6504, Pembroke, 29 January 1933, illness

EVANS, Richard W, Telegraphist, RNVR, Mersey Z 4039, Heugh, 17 November 1918, illness

EVANS, Richard, Stoker 1c, K 56091, King George V, 21 April 1924, road accident, killed

EVANS, Robert P, Leading Seaman, RAN, 2138, Australia (RAN), 20 January 1919, illness

EVANS, Robert W, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 65280, Brazen, 27 January 1937, drowned

EVANS, Robert, Able Seaman, J 28518, Woolwich, 13 November 1918, illness

EVANS, Theophilus, Signalman, D/JX 128708, Vesper, 13 September 1931, illness

EVANS, William E (no rank listed), C/MX 389, Pembroke, 3 August 1938, illness

EVANS, William J, Stoker Petty Officer, RAN, 8478 (RN K 8858), Australia (RAN), 26 September 1919, illness

EVANS, William T G, Boy 2c, J 92152, Ganges II, 28 January 1919, illness

EVEA, Ronald, Engine Room Artificer 2c, 271890, Vivid, 11 November 1920, illness

EVERETT, George A, Petty Officer, J 21596, TB.29, torpedo boat, 20 December 1918, illness

EVERETT, Walter H, Private, RM, S 2534 (Deal), RND, 63rd Divisional Train, 30 December 1918, illness in RN Hospital Haslar

EVERETT, William B, Paymaster Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 4 March 1925, illness

EVERITT, Bertram A, Chief Petty Officer Writer, P/M 35463, Victory, 10 January 1937, illness

EVERSHED, Frederick W, Able Seaman, P/J 15722, Stuart, 19 June 1931, illness

EVERY, George E, Commissioned Engineer, Royal Navy, 15 April 1924, illness

EVES, Arthur, Commissioned Gunner, Cornwall, 14 June 1935, illness

EVES, William H, Paymaster Captain, RN Hospital, Plymouth, 22 November 1928, illness

EVISON, Alfred W, Ordinary Seaman, D/SSX 30581, Drake, 17 August 1939, illness

 

EWENS, Arthur G, Electrical Artificer 2c, P/MX 4751, Barham, 27 June 1938, drowned

 

EYEIONS, Jack, Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 9 October 1934, drowned

EYRE, Harry, Stoker Petty Officer, K 23807, Verdun, 17 December 1925, illness

EYRES, Frederick C, Stoker 1c, K 61309, Marshal Soult, 5 February 1939, illness

 

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