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

by Name - FAHEY to IZZARD

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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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FAHEY, Michael T, Supply Chief Petty Officer, M 4604, Durban, 16 July 1926, illness

FAIRBANKS, James, Able Seaman, J 39862, Victory, 14 January 1927, illness

FAIRBRASS, Percy J, Stoker 1c, C/KX 77149, Kent, 1 December 1936, accidentally killed

FAIRBURN, Arthur R, Leading Seaman, P/J 104894, Dauntless, 6 November 1933, illness

FAIRCHILD, Harry J, Chief Petty Officer, 157878, Vivid, 22 November 1918, illness

FAIRCLOUGH, Michael, Leading Seaman, 188414, Vivid, 13 April 1928, illness

FAIRLEY, Albert V, Stoker Petty Officer, K 17442, Pembroke, 29 October 1925, illness

FAIRMAN, Richard Morgan (also known as Richard Morgan), Leading Stoker, K 48653, Hawkins, 12 July 1927, illness

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick A, Able Seaman, J 7766, Queen Elizabeth, 30 October 1923, drowned

FAIRWEATHER, Henry J, Stoker 1c, K 3600, Constance, 20 January 1924, illness

FAKELEY, Sidney J, Chief Stoker, C/K 56436, Medway, 6 January 1939, illness

FALKNER, Hubert E S, Act/Sub Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 18 March 1939, illness

FARAH, Awali, Seaman Seedie, 2/360, Ormonde, 20 February 1931, illness

FARAH, Yoosef, 2nd Seedie (no service number listed), Bramble, 4 February 1919, illness

FARMER, Alfred A L, Marine, 21630 (Po), Courageous, 25 March 1937, illness

FARMER, Dennis, Signalman, J 94295, M.3, 24 July 1925, illness

FARMER, George, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 5630, President, 3 February 1919, illness

FARMER, Stanley J, Ordinary Seaman, J 105755, Calliope, 12 October 1924, drowned

FARMER, Thomas W, Signalman, J 33401, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

FARMINER, Norman J, Able Seaman, J 108648, Despatch, 5 September 1926, incident in China, killed by Chinese

FARR, Derrick W, Able Seaman, P/JX 141054, Dainty, 26 December 1938, accidentally killed

FARRANT, William H, Able Seaman, C/JX 134749, MTB.6, 27 September 1937, accident, died in RN Hospital Malta, DOI

FARRELL, Alfred M, Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 30 September 1934, illness

FARRELL, James N, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 65172, Hastings, 7 April 1938, road accident, killed

FARRELL, Joseph A, Commissioned Boatswain, St Angelo, 15 August 1935, illness in RN Hospital Malta

FARRELL, Michael L, Storekeeper, MMR, 603603, Eaglet, 28 November 1918, illness

FARREN, Daniel, Chief Stoker, 172103, Vivid, 17 August 1919, illness

FARREN, Ernest R, Shipwright 3c, P/MX 45699, Glasgow, 7 October 1938, accidentally killed

FARRER, Wilfred L, Ordinary Seaman, J 91781, Egmont, 10 March 1920, illness

FARRIMOND, Joseph, Senior Reserve Attendant, M 9918, Pembroke, 25 November 1918, illness, died in RN Hospital Deal

FARRINGTON, George, Able Seaman, J 25501 (Dev), Resolution, 2 February 1919, drowned

FARROW, Frederick J, Able Seaman, J 91863, Scarab, 5 September 1926, incident in China, killed by Chinese

FARRUGIA, Giuseppe, Officer's Cook 2c, 365483, Blenheim (ex-Tobago), 30 December 1919, illness

FARTHING, Frank C, Able Seaman, J 20334, Resolution, 7 February 1920, drowned

FARWELL, Frederick B, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 60857, Repulse, 6 June 1938, accidentally killed

FAST, Frank, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 3246, Actaeon, 26 February 1919, illness

FAUX, James, Able Seaman, J 103187, Curlew, 1 September 1924, illness (right, courtesy his nephew Rod Faux; photographs of AB Faux's funeral can be found in "Commission of HMS Curlew, 1922-25")

FAWCET, George H, Stoker 1c, K 38574, Vivid, 13 November 1918, illness

FAWCETT, Albert, Stoker 1c, KX 76083, Dolphin, 4 June 1929, illness

FAWCETT, Harry W, Marine, 21934 (Ch), Carlisle, 9 July 1928, illness

FAWCETT, Henry, Major, RMLI, Glory, 29 December 1918, Murmansk, accidently killed

FAWCKNER, William F S, Captain, RM, RM Barracks, 23 July 1926, illness

FAWCUS, Victor C B, Midshipman, New Zealand, 5 April 1919, illness

FAWDEN, William H, Officer's Steward 3c, L 10619, Pegasus, 1 August 1919, illness, buried at Archangel

FAYER, Edward F, Leading Stoker, K 52364, Pembroke, 17 July 1928, drowned

FAZAKERLEY, Walter E, Private, RMLI, 19580 (Ch), RM, 6th Battalion, 9 August 1919, killed

 

FEARNE, Sidney F, Stoker 1c, K 42233, Octavia, 27 April 1919, illness

FEATHERSTONE, Henry V, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 271283, Starfish, 13 April 1920, accident

FEBEN, Herbert E, Able Seaman, SS 7007, Vernon, 5 November 1920, accident

FEDARB, Frederick, Surgeon Commander, Vernon, 25 May 1919, illness

FEENSTRA, William M, Petty Officer, 237498, Resolution, 31 July 1929, illness

FEGAN, James, Sick Berth Attendant, C/MX 45757, RN Hospital, Chatham, 14 November 1932, illness

FEGAN, Joseph, Commissioned Engineer, Royal Navy, 4 February 1922, illness

FELLOWS, Charles W, Boy 2c, RAN, 6802, Tingira (RAN), 16 March 1919, drowned

FELLOWS, John, Petty Officer, D/J 23876, Medway, 13 February 1932, illness

FELTHAM, Frank, Stoker 1c, K 54863, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

FENN, Cecil H, Lieutenant, RNR, Thistle, 9 April 1919, illness

FENN, Cyril D, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Navy, 9 August 1921, illness

FENN, Sidney, Chief Petty Officer Cook, P/M 38642, Victory, 9 April 1939, illness

FENN, William, Able Seaman, J 18493 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

FENNELL, Alfred E W, Officer's Cook 2c, D/L 9663, Royal Sovereign, 7 October 1937, illness

FENNELL, Walter J, Sick Berth Attendant, D/M 37262, RN Hospital, Plymouth, 29 February 1924, illness

FENNEY, James S, Leading Stoker, C/KX 81255, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

FENTON, Samuel, Able Seaman, RNVR, KW 884, RND, Collingwood Battalion, 10 December 1918, drowned

FENTON, William, Able Seaman, D/J 28811, Drake, 1 November 1934, illness

FERDIS, William H, Able Seaman, J 108534, Walpole, 8 December 1929, drowned

FERGUSON, Alexander B, Sub Lieutenant, Veronica, 14 July 1920, drowned

FERGUSON, Douglas, Stoker 1c, P/KX 79049, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

FERGUSON, James, Able Seaman, D/JX 126620, L.56, 31 October 1933, road accident, killed

FERGUSON, John W, Private, RMLI, 20051 (Po), Barham, 18 September 1919, drowned in UK

FERGUSON, Murdo, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 258, Iolaire (Morgan Jones, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

FERGUSON, Peter, Able Seaman, J 7715, Pembroke, 24 July 1921, illness

FERGUSON, Robert E, Telegraphist, P/JX 134393, Royal Navy, 24 March 1939, illness

FERGUSON, William J, Trimmer, RNR, TS 7543, Pekin, 13 December 1918, illness

FERHAN, Hassan, 2nd Tindal, Aden 503, Effingham, 28 July 1926, illness

FERNANDES, Domingo A, Officer's Cook 1c, G/LX 20874, Colombo, 8 March 1934, illness

FERNANDES, Louis C, Officer's Cook 2c, L 11047, Southampton, 29 July 1924, died

FERRIS, Ernest J, Officer's Cook 1c, 365682, Munster, 4 December 1918, illness

FERRIS, William H, Able Seaman, J 8534, Walpole, 8 December 1920

FETHERSTON, John Mc D, Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, ML.218, motor launch, 6 December 1918, illness

 

FICKLING, Henry P, Boy 2c, J 93378, Powerful, 22 November 1918, illness

FIDLER, Archibald F, Able Seaman, J 60983, Courageous, 18 July 1928, accidentally killed

FIDLER, Fred, Stoker 1c, D/K 46727, Dunoon, 8 June 1933, illness

FIDLER, Richard, Ordinary Seaman, C/SSX 23693, Pembroke, 23 June 1938, illness

FIELD, Alfred G, Boy 1c, J 96703, Hood, 22 August 1922, drowned

FIELD, Alfred, Commissioned Gunner, Calypso, 2 August 1932, illness

FIELD, Harry W, Private, RMLI, 15429 (Ply), Tamar, 8 December 1922, died

FIELD, Percival C T, Petty Officer, P/J 22592, Duncan, 11 September 1933, illness

FIELD, Robert L E, Sub Lieutenant, Valkyrie, 10 June 1927, illness

FIELD, Silas, Stoker 1c, K 59500, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

FIELD, Staunton A, Major, RM, Portsmouth, 29 January 1938, illness

FIELD, William C, Able Seaman, P/J 24499, Nelson, 13 October 1933, illness

FIELD, William J, Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist, 213956, Pembroke, 13 March 1919, illness

FIELDER, Ernest B, Boy 1c, J 94861, Impregnable, 25 February 1920, illness

FIELDING, Thomas L, Able Seaman, D/JX 136957, Kempenfelt, 19 January 1936, accidentally killed

FIGG, Bertram G E, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, P/M 559, Greenwich, 5 February 1932, illness

FIGGETT, Arthur P, Able Seaman, J 102645, Malabar, 26 November 1928, drowned

FILER, Ernest W, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 1269, RND, Drake Battalion, 3 April 1919, illness in UK

FILLERY, Stanley E, Able Seaman, P/JX 140643, Nightingale, 24 January 1938, drowned

FILMER, William E, Signalman, C/J 84441, Crescent, 20 April 1936, illness

FINAMORE, John S, Stoker Petty Officer, 308467, Impregnable, 4 February 1923, illness

FINCH, Francis A, Stoker 1c, K 50279, Foxglove, 12 May 1926, drowned

FINCHAM, Alfred S, Able Seaman, J 85499, Royal Sovereign, 20 April 1924, illness

FINDLAY, Charles, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 6589, Pembroke, 24 November 1918, drowned

FINDLAY, James, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 6587, Vivid, 5 April 1920, illness

FINDLAY, Wallace, Private, RMLI, 17626 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 16 March 1919, discharged, illness

FINLAY, Thomas A, Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 11 March 1919, illness

FINNEMORE, George H, Private, RM, S 10853 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 18 November 1918, illness

FINNEY, David, Warrant Mechanician, Royal Navy, 6 June 1924, illness

FINNIS, Frank, Admiral (ret), Royal Navy, 17 November 1918, illness

FINNIS, Jack F, Stoker 1c, K 16255 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

FIRTH, Cyril J, Commander, Westcott, 8 August 1938, illness

FIRTH, Edward, Skipper, RNR, Northumbria, 5 October 1920, illness

FISHENDEN, James W, Gunner (ret), Pekin, 20 September 1919, illness

FISHER, Charles R, Officer's Steward 1c, 362953, Lucia, 1 March 1919, illness

FISHER, D'arcy G, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, President, 30 November 1918, illness

FISHER, Edward G, Surgeon Lieutenant, Vigorous, 12 May 1919, accident

FISHER, Ernest E, Gunner, Turbulent, 6 February 1921, illness

FISHER, George, Stoker 1c, SS 120369, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

FISHER, James L, Yeoman of Signals, J 4601, Revenge, 24 May 1925, died

FISHER, Robert, Engineman, RNR, ES 4335, Leonard, 8 January 1920, ship lost

FISHER, Sir William, Admiral, Victory, 24 June 1937, illness

FIST, Thomas, Able Seaman, D/JX 135210, Escapade, 14 April 1936, illness

FITZGERALD, John, Able Seaman, 184643, Vivid, 31 January 1920, accident

FITZGERALD, John, Stoker 2c, D/KX 86011, Drake, 29 January 1936, illness

FITZGERALD, Michael, Able Seaman, D/JX 110635, Rodney, 1 August 1937, died

FITZGIBBONS, Frederick T, Able Seaman, MMR, 998936, Lobster, 22 July 1919, drowned

FITZHERBERT-BROCKHOLES, Roger H, Lieutenant, Glory, 2 July 1919, mine explosion, killed

FITZJOHN, George, Leading Seaman, 231743, Commonwealth, 18 February 1919, illness

FITZMAURICE, John, Marine, 24691 (Ch), Ganges, 3 December 1936, road accident, killed

FITZPATRICK, Charles A, Chief Stoker, K 15291, Pembroke, 14 January 1929, illness

FITZPATRICK, Robert, Stoker, RNR, V 760, Wireless Telegraph Station Falkland Islands, 26 August 1919, exposure

FITZSIMONS, Charles T, Marine, 21921 (Po), Cardiff, light cruiser, 5 August 1925, illness

FITZSIMONS, William, Able Seaman, 195687, Excellent, 9 November 1919, died

 

FLAKE, Frederick C, Cook, M 7107, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

FLAMARK, Joseph S, Able Seaman, J 8498, Montrose, 17 February 1926, illness

FLANAGAN, Bertie W, Stoker 1c, K 61053, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

FLANAGAN, William J, Assistant Cook, MMR, 881022, Epic, 20 November 1918, illness

FLANNERY, Patrick, Skipper, RNR, Strathalva, 12 December 1919, illness

FLATMAN, Alfred J, Stoker Petty Officer, 291902 (Ch), Royal Oak, 25 November 1919, drowned

FLEMING, Ernest K, Engineer Lieutenant, Glorious, 20 March 1919, illness

FLEMING, Patrick, Ordinary Seaman, J 107373, Comus, 10 December 1926, died

FLEMING, William J, Able Seaman, J 80923, Victory, 11 March 1930, illness

FLETCHER, David K, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 21883, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

FLETCHER, Ernest E, Leading Cook, M 5864, Revenge, 27 September 1929, illness

FLETCHER, John, civilian labourer, H.29, 9 August 1926, killed

FLETCHER, Henry A, Able Seaman, J 41003 (Ch), Archer, 22 February 1919, drowned

FLETCHER, Thomas D, Engineman, RNR, ES 2932, Sea Sweeper, 29 November 1918, illness

FLETT, John R, Commissioned Engineer, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 7 July 1932, illness

FLICKER, John, Able Seaman, P/J 107300, Victory I, 11 June 1937, illness

FLINTHAM, Arthur E, Stoker 1c, K 52538, Emperor of India, 10 April 1919, illness

FLOCKHART, William, Engine Room Artificer 4c, RNVR, MC 400, Gentian, 15 July 1919, mined

FLODIN, Robert, Leading Stoker, K 8277 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

FLOOD, Arthur, Stoker Petty Officer, 292870 (Ch), Kinross, 16 June 1919, ship lost

FLOOK, Harry, Signalman, RNVR, Wales Z 41, Attentive, 23 November 1918, illness

FLORENCE, George W, Leading Cook, M 4585 (former L 45188), Royal Arthur, 26 July 1920, accident

FLORY, John, Lance Corporal, RMLI, S 2260 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 14 February 1919, illness

FLOWER, William A, Blacksmith 3c, P/MX 46419, Vivid, 30 June 1933, illness

FLUSKEY, Harry T, Signalman, J 33304, Diomede, 20 July 1927, illness

FLYNN, Declan, Petty Officer, 198423, Salmon, 18 September 1919, died

FLYNN, James, Stoker 1c, K 34462, Dianthus, 23 November 1918, illness

 

FODEN, James, Able Seaman, 215875, Victory, 19 March 1919, illness

FOGERTY, Harold E, Gunner, RMA, RMA 1756, ex-RMA, 28 September 1919, illness

FOGERTY, James, Able Seaman, J 91673, Thunderer, 19 March 1924, shot by civilian, killed

FOLEY, John F, Able Seaman, J 48199, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

FOOKES, William, Stoker 1c, K 21909, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

FOORD, Harold R, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, RND, 2nd Reserve Battalion, 4 April 1919, illness in UK

FORBES, Haydon M S, Lieutenant Commander, FAA, 402 Flight, Eagle, 9 June 1927, air crash, killed

FORBES, William, Leading Seaman, D/JX 132031, Leander, 30 September 1937, drowned

FORD, Arthur J, Leading Stoker, K 973, Espiegle, 25 July 1922, illness

FORD, Ernest L, Stoker 1c, K 65176, Pembroke, 14 October 1929, road accident, killed

FORD, Frederick A, Stoker 1c, K 55403, Pembroke, 21 March 1919, illness

FORD, Frederick W, Petty Officer, D/J 110354, Drake, 10 September 1937, illness

FORD, Henry E, Stoker 1c, 310426, Burslem, 28 August 1923, drowned

FORD, Peter H W, Captain, RM, RM Plymouth Barracks, 8 May 1938, illness

FORD, Samuel H, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 2648, Vernon, 27 February 1925, illness

FORD, Victor, Boatswain, Blake, 25 March 1920, illness

FOREMAN, Esau, Ordinary Seaman, SS 8362, Iron Duke, 19 October 1919, drowned

FOREMAN, Roland J, 2nd Writer, M 10383, Phaeton, 9 February 1919, illness

FOREMAN, Ronald J, Leading Stoker, P/K 61778, Victory, 6 July 1933, illness

FORMBY, Henry J C, Ordinary Seaman, J 75191, Honeysuckle, 11 December 1918, illness

FORMOSA, Vincenzo, Officer's Chief Cook, 359813, Caledon, 22 March 1919, illness

FORSHAW, Joseph A, Stoker Petty Officer, 311358, Wallington, 30 January 1919, illness

FORTIER, Richard L, Act/Commander, RNR, Royal Navy, 7 March 1921, illness

FORTLEY, William G, Able Seaman, J 36611, Seraph, 26 December 1921, drowned

FOSTER, Charles W, Stoker 1c, K 58245, Iron Duke, 19 August 1923, illness

FOSTER, Edward, Private, RM, S 14979 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 2 December 1918, killed

FOSTER, Edwin J, Lance Corporal, RMLI, S 1582 (Ply), RND, 2nd RM Battalion, 9 January 1919, ex-prisoner of war, illness

FOSTER, Ernest C, Able Seaman, J 48676, Delhi, 30 July 1922, illness

FOSTER, Frederick, Petty Officer, 219244, Scimitar, 16 January 1924, illness

FOSTER, Harry E, Painter 4c, M 30107, Rodney, 30 August 1929, illness

FOSTER, Herbert C, Corporal, RMLI, 14061 (Ch), RM, 3rd Battalion, 6 January 1919, illness

FOSTER, Joseph, Private, RM, S 3491 (Deal), RND, Hawke Battalion, attached RM Medical Unit, 31 January 1919, discharged, illness in UK

FOSTER, Pliny, Stoker 1c, SS 110928 (Dev), G.11, submarine, 22 November 1918, ship lost

FOSTER, Victor F, Signalman, J 71403, Iron Duke, 24 June 1922, drowned

FOSTER, Walter, Able Seaman, J 105336, Verity, 7 January 1928, illness

FOWKES, Charles W, Stoker 1c, K 12738, Conflict, 29 November 1918, illness

FOWLER, Alick E, Signal Boy, J 67552, Tomahawk, 30 July 1919, illness

FOWLER, Charles L, Able Seaman, J 21027, Queen Elizabeth, 3 June 1922, illness

FOWLER, Lawrence P, Engineer Commander, Royal Navy, 10 January 1933, illness

FOWLER, Richard, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 4712, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

FOWLER, Sidney F, Private, RMLI, S 1604 (Po), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 30 November 1918, interned in Holland, illness

FOWLER, William, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 18396, Hermes, 5 November 1932, illness

FOWLOW, John, Seaman, Newfoundland RNR, X 688, Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

FOX, Alfred F, Boatswain, Tiger, 12 February 1921, illness

FOX, Frederick C, Officer's Cook 2c, L 12270, Vectis, 25 March 1925, illness

FOX, Frederick W R, Boy 2c, JX 129344, Ganges, 2 October 1927, illness

FOX, Harold, Leading Stoker, D/K 21273, Lucia, 21 May 1932, illness

FOX, Reginald W, Ty/Paymaster Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 7 January 1919, illness

FOX, Samuel A, Petty Officer, J 8603, Hood, 14 June 1927, illness

FOYLE, Frederick W, Telegraphist, J 87114, Vendetta, 28 July 1926, illness

 

FRANCE, Alfred J M, Able Seaman, J 20742, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

FRANCIS, Arthur W, Ordinary Seaman, JX 126147, Warspite, 1 February 1929, illness

FRANCIS, Bernard, Gunner, RMA, RMA 14710, RM Headquarters, 14 May 1921, killed

FRANCIS, Hubert A, Able Seaman, C/JX 132017, Suffolk, 17 February 1932, shellfire at Shanghai, killed

FRANCIS, William G, Bugler, RMLI, 21338 (Po), Argus, 23 July 1923, illness

FRANCIS, William, Stoker 1c, K 11660, Pembroke, 16 June 1928, illness

FRANK, Harry, Chief Petty Officer, 199039, President, 12 May 1925, illness

FRANKLIN, Charles E, Signalman, J 52260, Hannibal, 29 August 1919, illness

FRANKLIN, Charles, Major, RMLI, Royal Marine Light Infantry, 5 September 1919, illness

FRANKLIN, Herbert, Able Seaman, C/SSX 12843, Winchester, 9 November 1935, illness

FRANKLIN, Percy, Stoker 1c, SS 112819, Boadicea, 4 March 1919, illness

FRANKLIN, Richard G, Leading Seaman, J 10734 (Po), Renown, 10 November 1919, drowned

FRANKS, Alfred G, Stoker 1c, K 55851, Glorious, 23 February 1924, illness

FRANKS, George F, Telegraphist, J 100304, Furious, 12 December 1928, illness

FRASER, Donald R H, Paymaster Cadet, Barham, 5 June 1927, illness

FRASER, Gideon, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 19951, William Biggs, 8 July 1919, drowned

FRASER, Henry J W, Officer's Steward 1c, L 4549, Ursa, 29 November 1918, illness

FRASER, James F, Warrant Engineer, Titania, 5 August 1924, illness

FRASER, James, Stoker Petty Officer, K 4534, Vivid, 29 March 1927, illness

FRASER, John, Able Seaman, SS 5470, Veteran, 14 March 1920, illness

FRASER, Leonard J, Leading Signalman, 235685, Europa, 23 December 1918, illness

FRASER, William, Able Seaman, P/JX 151460, Weston, 30 September 1937, illness

FRATER, Thomas F, Stoker 1c, 303083, Actaeon, 25 September 1919, drowned

FRAY, Thomas, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 34649, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

FRAZER, John, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 269600, Victory, 3 November 1919, illness

FREDERICKS, Arthur H, Ordinary Telegraphist, J 54669, Myosotis, 6 January 1919, drowned

FREEBORN, Richard, Stoker 1c, K 62300, Vindictive, 6 January 1927, illness

FREEMAN, Ernest W, Petty Officer, M 6981, Tarantula, 8 June 1921, illness in Hong Kong

FREEMAN, Henry G, Telegraphist, P/J 105551, Cormorant, 27 October 1931, accidentally killed

FREER, Henry, Seaman Rigger, 227022, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 4 June 1924, died

FREESTONE, Albert E, Able Seaman, J 2534, Wild Swan, 27 April 1920, illness

FRENCH, Alfred F, Petty Officer, 214229 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

FRENCH, George, Electrical Artificer 2c, M 6171, Calcutta, 2 November 1924, illness

FRENCH, Henry G H, Boy Telegraphist, J 79157 (Dev), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

FRENCH, Howard W E, Engine Room Artificer, D/MX 49582, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

FRENCH, Percy, Deck Hand, MMR (no service number listed), Medusa II, 14 December 1918, illness

FRENCH, Wilfred E, Engineer Commander, Engineer In Chief Department, 1 October 1933, illness

FRENCH, William E A, Sergeant, RMLI, 15863 (Ply), RM, 3rd Battalion, 11 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

FREWEN-LATON, Ivo W L, Commander, Bryony, 7 March 1933, illness

FRIBBANCE, George, Leading Stoker, K 43955, Victory, 9 August 1927, illness

FRIDAY, Tom, Krooman (no service number listed), Ascension Island, 7 July 1921, illness

FRIEND, Frederick J, Private, RMLI, 14014 (Ch), Abercrombie, 20 March 1919, illness

FRIEND, George J, Able Seaman, J 87667, Pembroke, 10 April 1928, road accident, killed

FRIEND, Norman E, Leading Cook, C/MX 49165, Ganges, 25 June 1936, road accident, killed

FRIMSTON, George F, Able Seaman, D/JX 134542, Hermes, 6 January 1936, illness

FRIZZELL, Samuel, Able Seaman, J 55335, Emerald, 16 February 1926, drowned

FROST, Bert, Trimmer, RNR, TS 3908, Caesar, 22 March 1919, illness

FROST, Frank R, Boy Servant, L 13010, Vivid, 27 February 1920, illness

FROST, John E, Ordinary Seaman, J 110205, Effingham, December 1925, date approximate, day not given, died

FROST, Robert G, Able Seaman, D/J 30105, Defiance, 6 November 1937, illness

FROW, William, Trimmer, RNR, TS 524, David Ogilvie, 26 November 1918, drowned

FRY, Claude F, Stoker 1c, K 18575 (Ch), M.1, submarine, 24 January 1919, drowned

FRY, Harold J, Sailmaker, D/J 28639, Greenwich, 7 March 1937, illness

FRY, Harry, Stoker Petty Officer, K 16115, Vivid, 7 February 1929, illness

FRY, James, Chief Petty Officer, 215283, Vigorous, 7 January 1924, died

FRYATT, Frederick T, Leading Seaman, J 15046, Thanet, 27 May 1925, drowned

FRYER, Percy S, Leading Seaman, J 11258, Pembroke, 23 July 1927, road accident, killed

 

FUDGE, George, Commissioned Gunner, Vernon, 11 January 1928, illness

FUDGE, John E, Stoker Petty Officer, P/KX 64958, Victory II, 24 July 1936, illness

FUDGE, John W, Stoker 1c, 308262, P.23, patrol boat, 27 November 1918, illness

FUGE, James S, Mechanician, 297278, Vivid II, 6 August 1921, illness

FULBROOK, Frank, Shipwright 1c, 347150, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

FULCHER, Frederick E, Stoker 1c, K 38413, Pembroke, 22 February 1919, illness

FULCHER, Herbert T, Stoker 1c, K 23502, Pembroke, 26 February 1920, illness

FULLARTON, Kenneth, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, ML.43, motor launch, 17 November 1918, illness

FULLER, Arthur J, Leading Stoker, 307571, Wolfhound, 22 May 1923, drowned

FULLER, Frank, Leading Telegraphist, C/J 108308, Wireless Telegraph Station, Matara, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), 10 January 1933, illness

FULLER, George B, Leading Telegraphist, J 48642, Cornflower, 7 November 1928, illness

FULLER, Henry R, Stoker 1c, SS 111647, Galatea, 2 March 1919, illness

FULLER, Walter T, Able Seaman, J 46176 (Ch), Bluebell, 24 January 1921, illness in Hong Kong

FULLSTONE, Frederick, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 27717, Wireless Telegraph Station, Flowerdown, near Winchester, 16 August 1934, illness

FUNNELL, Denis H, Stoker 2c, KX 79703, Victory, 15 March 1929, illness

FUNNELL, Henry G, Private, RMLI, 22734 (Ch), Gibraltar, 8 October 1921, died

FUNNELL, Thomas R, Chief Yeoman of Signals, 208436, Greenwich, 20 January 1921, illness

FUNNELL, Victor A, Boy 2c, J 93768, Ganges, 9 March 1919, illness

FURBER, Arthur J, Supply Chief Petty Officer, P/M 30215, Cornflower, 2 November 1933, illness

FURLONG, Allan H, Lieutenant, RNR, Carol, 14 March 1920, illness

FUSSELL, Bertram R, Chief Writer, 347127, Egmont, 23 June 1919, drowned

FUTCHER, William, Able Seaman, J 32378, Warspite, 10 January 1919, illness

 

FYSH, Alfred J, Gunner, Diligence, 18 July 1922, illness

 

 

 

G

 

GABRIEL, Charley, Marine, 23167 (Ch), Sussex, 9 October 1931, road accident, killed

GADD, James, Able Seaman, 211709, Glowworm, 17 October 1920, drowned

GAGE, Walter, Leading Stoker, K 10712, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

GAGO, John, Officer's Cook, L 33, Barham, 2 June 1927, illness

GAIMES, John A, Lieutenant Commander, K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

GAINES, Ernest G, Leading Stoker, P/K 26669, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

GALE, Leonard F, Able Seaman, J 8830, L.11, submarine, 3 January 1919, drowned in UK

GALE, William I, Stoker 1c, K 30752 (Po), P.46, patrol boat, 12 September 1920, illness

GALLAGHER, Christopher, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 2591, Vernon, 22 February 1919, illness

GALLIGHAN, Alfred J, Private, RMLI, 10475 (Po), Agincourt, 28 February 1919, illness

GALLOP, Edward H, Stoker Petty Officer, 308006, Sherborne, 21 August 1925, illness

GALLOWAY, Trevor A, Boy 2c, JX 138934, Ganges, 15 October 1933, illness

GALYER, James M, Able Seaman, 187621, Crescent, 20 April 1919, illness

GAMBLE, John W, Ordinary Seaman, SS 8499, Victory, 11 March 1919, died

GAMBLE, Robert L, Able Seaman, J 30047, Munster, 5 December 1918, illness

GAMBLEN, Cyril, Leading Seaman, J 15398, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

GAMBLIN, Reginald, Marine, X 1942 (Po), Malaya, 10 September 1938, accidentally killed

GAMBRILL, Frank, Leading Seaman, J 101320, Pembroke, 30 August 1926, road accident, killed

GAME, George F, Regulating Petty Officer, M 36835, Vivid, 22 January 1922, illness

GAME, Neville L, Able Seaman, J 104373, Pembroke, 30 June 1926, road accident, killed

GANDER, Albert J, Leading Seaman, C/J 108661, Cardiff/Calcutta, light cruisers, 6 January 1937, road accident, killed

GANDER, Harry, Supply Chief Petty Officer, 229146, Victory, 16 April 1927, illness

GANDERTON, Charles F, Stoker 2c, D/KX 80593, Vivid, 3 February 1931, illness

GARDINER, Bernard C, Colonel, RM, Portsmouth, 6 January 1932, illness

GARDINER, William H, Chief Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 5 January 1936, illness

GARDNER, Albert J, Commissioned Gunner, Terror, 7 April 1930, illness

GARDNER, Alfred, Private, RMLI, 12268 (Po), RM Headquarters, 6 June 1921, illness

GARDNER, Charles, Chief Stoker, 233422, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

GARDNER, Frederick E W, Stoker 1c, K 42033, Radstock, 30 November 1918, illness

GARDNER, Henry R, Surgeon Commander, Royal Navy, 31 October 1921, illness

GARDNER, Herbert S, Able Seaman, C/J 109202, Rochester, 9 November 1933, drowned

GARDNER, Hugh, Officer's Steward 3c, L 13534, Champion, 16 November 1928, illness

GARDNER, Walter G, Electrical Artificer 4c, M 27779, Victory, 26 March 1919, illness

GARFORTH, Holland, Stoker 1c, 307334, Dublin, 22 July 1925, illness

GARLAND, Daniel, Stoker 1c, D/K 57373, Vivid, 3 January 1931, illness

GARLINGE, Frederick J, Leading Stoker, K 21049, Pembroke, 26 November 1927, illness

GARNER, William, Stoker Petty Officer, K 5490, Birmingham, 17 November 1924, road accident, killed

GARNETT, Richard N, Lieutenant Commander, Thetis (Taku), 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

GARRAWAY, Francis, Able Seaman, P/J 29054, Repulse, 17 February 1937, illness

GARRETT, Albert E, Private, RMLI, 11656 (Po), Patuca, 21 November 1918, illness

GARRETT, Alfred L, Stoker 1c, KX 75052, Birmingham, 1 June 1927, illness

GARRETT, Ernest W, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 3192, Titania, 5 March 1928, illness

GARRINGTON, Alfred E, Signalman, RNVR, Bristol Z 4122, Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

GARRIOCK, Andrew, Boatswain, MMR, 502401, Verdun II, 5 December 1918, illness

GARRISH, William J, Able Seaman, J 16122, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

GARTLAND, Henry, Gunner, RMA, RMA 11590, RMA Eastney, 14 February 1919, illness

GARTON, Bert, Petty Officer, J 24317, Ceres, 24 September 1922, drowned

GARTRELL, Arthur E, Seaman Rigger, 219941, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 16 December 1925, illness

GARWOOD, Richard H, Paymaster Lieutenant, Penelope, 16 June 1939, illness

GASCOYNE, Alfred H R, Boy 2c, JX 133447, St Vincent, 16 December 1929, illness

GASCOYNE, Archibald T, Able Seaman, J 11344 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

GASK, Vivian D, Lieutenant, Cornwall, 16 December 1935, accidentally killed

GASKIN, Percy G, Petty Officer, 166544, Bacchante, 20 February 1919, illness

GASSTOWN, Ernest W, Stoker Petty Officer, K 17657, Iron Duke, 22 May 1929, illness

GATES, William G, Leading Stoker, K 19883, Pembroke, 20 May 1930, illness

GAUNT, George, Leading Stoker, K 18101, Oracle (ex-Dido), 26 December 1919, illness

GAVAN, William O, Petty Officer, J 4930, Vivid, 15 May 1923, illness

GAVIN, Charles M, Paymaster Commander, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 14 April 1933, illness

GAVIN, James J, Able Seaman, J 37572, Tamar, 27 August 1925, drowned

GAY, Albert A, Telegraphist, J 62961, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

 

GEACH, William D, Leading Cook, D/M 8597, Resolution, 3 May 1931, illness

GEALER, Reginald W, Act/Warrant Engineer, Furious, 22 August 1927, boiler room accident, killed

GEAR, Bert J J, Ordinary Seaman, J 77919, Cleopatra, 3 November 1920, ship's boat in collision with Admiralty drifter Flat Calm, lost

GEAREY, William G, Chief Petty Officer, 200304, Birmingham, 13 February 1920, illness

GEARY, Maurice, Leading Seaman, J 17915, Vivid, 2 February 1924, illness

GEARY, William, Stoker Petty Officer, K 165, Cairo, 20 December 1926, illness

GEDDES, Alexander, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 4857, Zaria, mercantile fleet auxiliary, 19 February 1919, illness

GEDDES, James, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 5019, Nairn, 9 December 1918, illness

GEE, Cecil G, Able Seaman, D/J 27481, Vivid, 28 January 1931, illness

GEE, John C, Colour Sergeant, RM, 17337 (Ch), RN Hospital, Chatham, 6 September 1932, illness

GEEVES, William C J, Leading Seaman, RNR, A 8052, Waltonhall, steamship, 17 January 1919, illness

GELL, William G, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 16266, Satellite, 16 November 1918, illness

GENGE, Reginald G R, Leading Telegraphist, D/J 43631, Renown, 13 September 1930, drowned

GENTRY, Frederick, Stoker 1c, K 46224, Victory II, 11 March 1920, illness

GEORGE, Edgar R, Officer's Cook 1c, L 2734, Victory, 27 January 1926, illness

GEORGE, Frank, Signalman, SX 49, RN Signal Shore Station, Needles, Isle of Wight, 17 April 1934, illness

GEORGE, Joseph W, Fireman, MMR (no service number listed), Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

GEORGE, Walter, Able Seaman, J 17015 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

GERAGHTY, John P, Boy 1c, JX 126712, Ganges, 5 February 1927, illness

GERRARD, John W, Officer's Steward 3c, LX 20571, Vivid, 7 April 1930, road accident, killed

 

GIAMBELLI, John E, Leading Seaman, P/J 93139, Dolphin, 1 January 1931, illness

GIBBONS, Thomas, Stoker, RNR, S 4936, St Vincent, 14 February 1919, illness

GIBBS, Charles H, Stoker 1c, P/KX 80427, RN Hospital, Haslar, 17 November 1938, died

GIBBS, Henry P, Chief Petty Officer, MMR, 571460, Limol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 20 February 1919, illness

GIBBS, James W, Leading Seaman, 234449 (Ch), Astraea, 1 April 1919, drowned in Lagos

GIBBS, Robert W, Telegraphist, J 81144, Egmont, 21 October 1926, seaplane crash, killed

GIBSON, Albert, Able Seaman, J 9285, Wryneck, 3 July 1930, illness

GIBSON, Walter P, Boy 2c, J 101348, Impregnable, 12 May 1921, illness

GIBSON, William Mc L, Sick Berth Petty Officer, M 4131, Greenwich, 26 March 1928, illness

GIBSON, William, Boy 1c, J 100938, Vivid, 30 March 1921, illness

GIDDY, Joseph, Stoker Petty Officer, 279642 (Dev), Cassandra, 5 December 1918, ship lost

GIDLEY, Arthur T, Ordinary Seaman, J 89907, Warspite, 17 July 1921, illness

GIDLEY, Reginald, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 17999, Berwick, 22 April 1934, drowned

GIDNEY, Francis W, Chief Stoker, 310023, Pembroke, 19 November 1921, illness

GILBERT, Edwin, Stoker Petty Officer, SS 109330, Marlborough, 23 February 1919, illness

GILBERT, Frederick J, Stoker Petty Officer, 305652, Excellent, 1 May 1922, drowned

GILBERT, George E, Stoker 1c, K 55719, H.34, 9 May 1927, road accident, killed

GILBERT, George W H, Leading Seaman, J 42464, Royal Oak, 17 September 1928, accidentally killed

GILBERT, Reginald R, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, York, 13 February 1938, illness

GILBERT, William A, Sick Berth Attendant, M 38156, Egmont, 18 May 1930, illness

GILCREST, John, Stoker 1c, K 58766, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

GILES, Frederick, Boy 1c, J 100463, Impregnable, 14 November 1921, illness

GILES, Thomas H, Stoker 1c, K 57320, Whitehall, 25 April 1925, illness

GILFILLAIN, Joseph E, Stoker 1c, D/KX 87920, Victory, 19 December 1937, illness

GILFOY, Albert H, Private, RMLI, 16706 (Po), RND, 2nd RM Battalion, 11 July 1919, discharged, illness in UK

GILHOOLY, John J, Stoker Petty Officer, 305788 (Dev), Cassandra, 5 December 1918, ship lost

GILL, Sydney M, Able Seaman, J 162149, Columbine, 26 May 1926, accidentally killed

GILL, Thomas A, Engineer Lieutenant, RNR, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

GILL, Thomas, Engine Room Artificer 1c, C/M 27234, Pembroke, 13 February 1933, illness

GILL, William, Musician, RMB, RMB X 146, Victory, 27 November 1935, died

GILLEN, Bernard, Able Seaman, C/SSX 15861, Emerald, 15 November 1936, died

GILLES, Walter A, Able Seaman, J 26257, Pembroke (ex-Whitshed), 27 January 1920, illness

GILLESPIE, Douglas E, Lieutenant, Verity, 24 January 1934, illness

GILLESPIE, Robert J, Engineer Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 4 January 1921, illness in Canada

GILLETT, Victor A, Able Seaman, J 24980 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

GILLHAM, Alfred, Able Seaman, 195805, Satyr, 14 December 1918, drowned

GILLHAM, Wilfred F, Electrical Artificer 5c, C/MX 54472, Vernon, 20 September 1937, accidentally killed

GILLIES, Angus, Seaman, RNR, A 4502, Iolaire (Seahorse, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

GILLIES, Archie, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 855, RND, Anson Battalion, 20 January 1919, illness in UK

GILLIES, Donald W, Seaman, RNR, A 3309, Iolaire (Pembroke, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

GILLIES, Henry N, Chief Engineman, RNR, ES 4606, Wallington, 3 February 1919, illness

GILLIES, James C, Engine Room Artificer 4c, MC 410 (Po), Myrtle, 15 July 1919, mined

GILLIES, Roderick, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 20647, Leonard, 8 January 1920, ship lost

GILLIES, Wilfred W, Stoker 1c, P/K 60825, Victory II, 25 July 1939, illness

GILLINGHAM, William H, Marine, 23040 (Ch), Enterprise, 12 September 1931, illness

GILLINGWATER, Lewis T E, Able Seaman, J 34181 (Ch), Dragon, 17 October 1919, shore action near Riga

GILLMORE, Charles R, Ordinary Seaman, J 112780, Yarmouth, 14 June 1928, illness

GILLOW, Walter F P, Cook, C/M 36446, Ganges, 22 September 1935, illness

GILMAN, Francis E J, Sub Lieutenant, Teal, 18 May 1926, illness

GILPIN, Frederick, Leading Stoker, K 9480, Vivid, 8 December 1927, illness

GILROY, James, Stoker 1c, K 55462, Caesar, 29 August 1919, illness

GIMBLET, William J H, Chief Stoker, 305267, Highflyer, 24 February 1921, illness

GISBORNE, Edward, Admiralty Civilian, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

GISSING, Joseph, Able Seaman, J 8374 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

GITTINGS, Arthur E, Stoker Petty Officer, 307391, Victory, 19 March 1922, illness

GITTINS, George W, Coastguardsman 2c, 157060, Berwick Wireless Station, 23 December 1921, illness

 

GLADDIS, Albert O, Assistant Cook, P/MX 52136, Victory, 23 February 1937, illness

GLADWIN, Frank H, Marine, 18254, Valiant, 11 September 1935, illness

GLANVILLE, Auston H, Able Seaman, J 105569, Barham, 4 July 1927, died

GLANVILLE, John H, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 269246, Pegasus, 24 November 1920, drowned

GLANVILLE, John J, Able Seaman, 222971, Collingwood, 24 November 1920, accident

GLANVILLE, John W V, Chief Stoker, 293909, President, 24 July 1927, illness

GLANVILLE, Leonard, Able Seaman, J 90427, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

GLANVILLE, Patrick, Able Seaman, MMR, 500659, Mollusc, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 30 November 1918, illness

GLASHEEN, Patrick J, Able Seaman, 197086, Vivid, 20 September 1919, illness

GLAZEBROOK, Alfred, Leading Signalman, J 23547, Heather, 25 December 1920, accident

GLEESON, John W, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 12512, Ipswich, 3 December 1918, illness

GLEN, George R, Signalman, J 48580 (Ch), Erebus, 29 December 1919, drowned

GLEN, Roy D, Commissioned Engineer, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

GLENDAY, Jan, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 272152, Tribune, 26 August 1919, illness

GLENISTER, Henry, Officer's Cook 1c, 166000, Superb, 6 March 1919, drowned

GLINN, John H, Shipwright 2c, M 17053, Sandhurst, 5 July 1924, illness

GLINN, Ronald E, Able Seaman, D/J 110049, Waterhen, 22 April 1932, accidentally killed

GLINN, Samuel, Boy 2c, J 103059, Ganges, 28 September 1921, illness

GLOVER, George E, Stoker 1c, SS 118734, Egmont, 5 October 1919, illness

GLOVER, Percy, Chief Stoker, P/K 59714, Victory, 31 March 1937, illness

GLOVER, Samuel J, Mate, Mersey, 6 January 1919, illness

 

GOAD, Thomas T, Petty Officer, C/J 108935, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

GOCHER, Arthur W, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 1614, RND, Hood Battalion, 2 December 1918, France, DOW

GODBOLD, James, Able Seaman, C/JX 13236, Sussex, 10 October 1932, illness

GODDARD, Colin F, Leading Seaman, J 10907, Weymouth, 10 March 1927, drowned

GODDARD, Raymond H, Able Seaman, J 102209, Calypso, 7 February 1924, illness

GODDEN, William, Coastguardsman, 149623, Victory (HM Coast Guard), 14 December 1920, illness, buried at Freshwater

GODDING, Alexander, Musician, RMB, RMA X 151, Kent, 19 September 1934, illness

GODFREY, Benjamin E, Marine, X 515 (Ch), RM Chatham Division, 5 May 1938, illness

GODFREY, Charles J, Able Seaman, RNVR (Bugler), Bristol Z 474, RND, Nelson Battalion, 5 April 1919, discharged, illness in UK

GODFREY, Joseph, Leading Seaman, J 646, Pembroke, 1 April 1927, illness

GODIER, John F, Stoker 2c, RAN, 6546, Brisbane (RAN), 2 December 1918, illness in Mudros

GODLEY, William, Private, RMLI, S 2313 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 1 May 1919, illness

GODLONTON, William C, Ordinary Seaman, J 58614 (Ch), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

GODWIN, James, Chief Stoker, 292626, Ship or unit not listed, 27 February 1920, illness

GOLDFINCH, James R, Chief Officer, HM Coast Guard, HM Coast Guard, 21 January 1919, DOI

GOLDING, Richard F, Stoker 1c, K 61836, Revenge, 30 December 1924, illness

GOLDRING, Henry B, 3rd Hand, MMR (no service number listed), Ivanhoe, 9 January 1919, ship lost

GOLDSMITH, Charles C, Able Seaman, J 20910, Pembroke, 20 April 1924, died

GOLDSMITH, Edward P, Paymaster Commander, Hawkins, 10 February 1935, illness

GOLDSMITH, Frederick W, Shipwright 1c, 91771, Wildfire, 28 May 1920, illness

GOLDSMITH, John A, Lieutenant, FAA, 810 Sqn, Courageous, 17 August 1937, air crash, killed

GOLDSMITH, Samuel, Marine, 23034 (Ch), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

GOLDSTRAW, Ralph, Corporal, RMLI, 16513 (Po), RND, 2nd RM Battalion, 23 December 1918, illness in Germany

GOLDSWORTH, Albert E, Sergeant, RMA, RMA 12665, Crescent, 12 January 1920, illness

GOLDSWORTHY, Oliver W, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 47959, Pembroke, 18 February 1932, illness

GOLEBY, Leonard E, Able Seaman, J 104429, Pembroke, 17 January 1928, road accident, killed

GOOCH, Frederick W, Able Seaman, J 65665, Hecla, 9 July 1921, boat accident, drowned

GOOCH, Thomas S, Commander, Admiralty, Ty/Assistant Inspector of Steel, 11 December 1918, accident

GOOD, Cyril S, Warrant Engineer, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

GOODALL, Arthur E, Band Boy, RMB, RMB X 395, Durban, 30 April 1934, illness

GOODBAND, Charles W, Leading Seaman, P/J 81759, Curacoa, 1 August 1931, illness

GOODCHILD, Alfred E, Private, RMLI, 21889 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 28 December 1918, illness

GOODEY, Walter E, Leading Cook, M 5855, Victory, 26 November 1928, illness

GOODFIELD, James, Able Seaman, J 8320, Cricket, 30 September 1920, drowned

GOODIER, George, Private, RM, S 11272 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 12 January 1919, illness

GOODLET, Robert J N, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 272329, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

GOODMAN, William L, Chief Stoker, 292767, Warspite, 5 February 1919, illness

GORDON, Alan, Leading Seaman, J 3435, Vivid, 30 January 1919, drowned

GORDON, John A, Able Seaman, J 42767, Victory, 20 October 1924, illness

GORDON, Joseph T, Stoker 1c, P/K 62182, Delphinium, 16 December 1930, accidentally killed

GORDON, Robert W, Lieutenant, RM, Furious, 8 November 1928, illness

GORDON, Thomas, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

GORDON, William E, Ordinary Seaman, MMR (no service number listed), Crescent, 26 February 1919, illness

GORDON, Willie, Chief Petty Officer, D/J 12581, Rodney, 3 April 1935, died

GORE, Sidney J E, Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 4730, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

GORING, William H, Stoker 1c, K 25380, Wallace, 28 May 1921, illness

GORMAN, James, Stoker, RNR, S 3410, Maidstone, 2 March 1919, illness

GORRING, Thomas W, Stoker 1c, C/KX 82296, Renown, 8 December 1933, illness

GORRY, Angus H, 2nd Hand, RNR, DA 12434, Ebenezer, 25 November 1918, illness

GOSLIN, Joseph W, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 15349, George Borthwick, 24 December 1918, illness

GOSS, Herbert H, Leading Seaman, J 11484, Defiance, 12 April 1922, drowned

GOSS, Sydney L, Signalman, D/JX 130532, Watchman, 5 November 1933, accidentally killed

GOSWELL, Arthur F, Leading Seaman, J 31277, H.24, 22 May 1928, drowned

GOTT, Francis S, Sub Lieutenant, Badminton, 2 October 1920, drowned

GOUGE, William A, Sergeant Major, 21832 (Deal), Royal Marines HQ, 26 October 1928, illness

GOUGH, Charles H, Able Seaman, J 21314, Vivid, 29 September 1920, died

GOUGH, Ernest E, Commissioned Signal Boatswain, Royal Navy, 24 August 1934, illness

GOULD, Alfred G, Petty Officer, 208490, Victory, 25 February 1919, illness

GOULD, Harold P A, Officer's Steward 1c, L 6443, Caledon, 23 February 1920, illness

GOULD, William R, Ordinary Seaman, J 100332, Victory, 19 February 1925, illness

GOULDING, Albert, Able Seaman, RNVR, Sussex-1/228, DEMS Gunner, on books of President III, Themistocles, steamship, 22 November 1918,, illness

GOULDING, Michael J, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 7014, Pembroke, 22 February 1919, illness

GOURD, William A, Leading Stoker, K 23868, Vivid, 15 June 1922, illness

GOURLAY, Frank L, Petty Officer, 234705, Pembroke, 11 September 1919, illness

GOURLAY, James, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 10283, Western Queen, 15 November 1918, illness

GOWER, Frederick J B, Stoker 1c, K 62483, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

GOWER, John J, Commissioned Signal Boatswain, Pembroke, 27 February 1924, illness

GOY, Leslie N, Able Seaman, C/JX 138693, Glasgow, 20 May 1939, shock after exposure, died

GOYNS, William F, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 41465, FAA, 811 Sqn, Furious, 2 October 1933, flying accident, killed

 

GRAHAM, Albert E, Chief Engineer 1c, MMR, Tiflis, 20 January 1919, illness

GRAHAM, Christopher P, Stoker 1c, K 28796 (Po), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

GRAHAM, Edward E, Ordinary Seaman, J 98979, Vivid, 3 March 1923, illness

GRAHAM, Francis C, Warrant Ordnance Officer, Royal Navy, 29 October 1926, illness

GRAHAM, George R, Stoker 1c, 144440, Argo, 21 July 1919, illness

GRAHAM, Graham T W, Telegraphist, P/J 112924, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

GRAHAM, John H P, Lieutenant, FAA, 440 Flight, Hermes, 3 April 1928, air crash, killed

GRAHAM, John, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 270411, Tamar, 21 August 1919, accident in Singapore

GRAHAM, Roderick, Seaman, RNR, C 1815, Pembroke, 30 December 1918, illness

GRAHAM, Samuel R, Stoker 1c, K 20381, Woolwich, 1 December 1918, drowned

GRAINGER, Alfred A, Paymaster Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 30 April 1932, illness

GRAINGER, Frederick S, Stoker 1c, K 39910, Vivid, 14 January 1919, illness

GRANT, Ernest H, Marine, X 140 (Po), Durban, 14 November 1931, accident in Brazil, killed

GRANT, Heathcote A J, Lieutenant, FAA, 441 Flight, Argus, 6 February 1929, air crash, DOI

GRANT, John F H, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 10 December 1919, illness

GRANT, Peter, Able Seaman, SSX 15583, Grafton, 8 September 1937, died

GRANT, Thomas F, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 17547, Conqueror, 20 November 1918, drowned

GRANT, Walter, Able Seaman, J 25919, Speedy, 23 September 1922, drowned

GRANT, William J, Chief Stoker, 290035, Gilia, 19 March 1919, illness

GRAVER, William F, Boy 1c, J 91997, Pembroke, 17 May 1920, illness

GRAVES, Clarence C, Able Seaman, D/J 6308, Vivid, 24 January 1933, illness

GRAVES, George A, Leading Stoker, K 10914, Lion, 31 March 1919, illness

GRAVESTOCK, Louis B, Stoker 1c, K 56743, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

GRAY, Alexander, Gunner, RMA, RMA 13122, New Zealand, 29 March 1920, illness

GRAY, Allan, Stoker 1c, P/K 76663, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

GRAY, Donald N, Lieutenant, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

GRAY, Ernest C, Boy 2c, J 100801, Impregnable, 27 March 1921, illness

GRAY, Ernest H, Private, RMLI, S 2547 (Ch), Glory, 23 November 1918, Archangel, illness

GRAY, George, Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 25 April 1937, illness

GRAY, John J, Leading Cook, P/M 1242, Sandwich, 22 February 1931, illness

GRAY, Robert E, Paymaster Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 20 January 1923, illness

GREEN, Alfred J, Able Seaman, J 38148, Viceroy, 20 March 1925, illness

GREEN, Charles W, Stoker 2c, K 61453, Pembroke, 8 July 1923, illness

GREEN, Charles, Leading Stoker, K 14964 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

GREEN, Eric, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 11777, Anzac (RAN), 25 May 1920, illness

GREEN, Ernest, Private, RMLI, 20866 (Ch), Ganges, 8 February 1922, illness

GREEN, Frank, Commissioned Engineer, Egmont, 5 January 1928, illness

GREEN, George F, Paymaster Sub Lieutenant, RNR, President V, 25 April 1919, illness

GREEN, George R, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 967, Ocean Retriever, 28 February 1919, illness

GREEN, George W F, Stoker 1c, J 59790, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

GREEN, George W, Able Seaman, J 20759, Wolfhound, 27 August 1924, illness

GREEN, James S, Petty Officer, 239935 (Ch), Tintagel, 26 January 1919, drowned

GREEN, James, Leading Stoker, P/KX 87359, Nelson, 14 February 1937, illness

GREEN, John, Musician, RMB, RMB 2076, Pembroke, 27 September 1923, illness

GREEN, Joseph H, Signal Boy, J 81609, Bellerophon, 9 April 1919, illness

GREEN, Lawrence, Stoker 1c, K 48925, Victory, 27 December 1918, illness

GREEN, Leonard C, Stoker 1c, K 62435, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

GREEN, Louis E, Stoker 1c, P/KX 80815, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

GREEN, Samuel J, Stoker 1c, P/KX 81131, Victory, 23 January 1937, illness

GREEN, Sebald W B, Commander, Glowworm, 26 August 1919, explosion, DOW

GREEN, Thomas F, Paymaster Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 30 January 1923, illness

GREEN, Victor J, Leading Signalman, J 21033, Vivid, 12 January 1919, illness

GREEN, William C, Able Seaman, J 38408, Vivid, 5 March 1920, illness

GREEN, William S A, Private, RMLI, 19654 (Ch), RM, 6th Battalion, 9 September 1919, killed in North Russia

GREENE, William J, Engine Room Artificer 2c, C/M 38816, Vindictive, 19 September 1931, accidentally killed

GREENLEES, Ean C C, Lieutenant, Lucia, 20 June 1925, illness in HS Maine

GREENWAY, William, Officer's Steward 2c, L 7403, Warspite, 8 June 1924, illness

GREENWELL, Evelyn E, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, Research, 23 February 1919, illness

GREENWELL, Peter, Stoker 2c, D/KX 80514, Vivid, 18 June 1931, illness

GREENWOOD, Arthur G, Stoker 1c, K 59964, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

GREENWOOD, Charles, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 2 December 1920, illness

GREENWOOD, Edward R, Ordinary Seaman, J 57143, Ramillies, 4 December 1918, illness

GREENWOOD, Samuel, Private, RM, S 1550 (Deal), RND, 149th (RN) Field Ambulance, RM Medical Unit, 17 November 1918, illness

GREENWOOD, William J, Stoker 1c, P/KX 76929, Dauntless, 27 August 1930, accident in boat from HMCS Vancouver, killed

GREET, William C, Paymaster Lieutenant, RN Hospital, Plymouth, 21 June 1932, illness

GREGG, Claude J M, Sub Lieutenant, Venomous, 9 September 1928, illness

GREGG, Horace C, Leading Seaman, J 17905, Actaeon, 19 May 1919, drowned

GREGORY, Arthur W, Corporal, RMLI, 16107 (Po), Queen Elizabeth, 1 August 1919, illness

GREGORY, Charles F, Stoker 1c, C/K 60527, Pembroke, 13 October 1932, illness

GREGORY, Edward, Private, RM, S 9447 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 31 December 1918, killed

GREGORY, Leslie, Leading Aircraftsman, RAF, 364018, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

GREGORY, Reginald, Lieutenant Commander, Hong Kong Dockyard, 21 June 1922, illness

GREGSON, Frank, Sergeant, RMLI, 15775 (Po), Egmont, 11 December 1918, illness

GREGSON, John R, Assistant Mechanician, K 31502, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

GREIG, Alexander S, Able Seaman, J 95524, Caradoc, 12 July 1929, illness

GREIG, Donald, Commander (ret), Royal Navy, 27 July 1921, Mesopotamia

GRENYER, Alfred J, Engineman, RNR, ES 5076, Bombardier, 27 March 1919, drowned

GREY, Arthur T, Ty/Skipper, RNR, R R S, Admiralty hired trawler, 16 November 1918, illness

GREY, John, Stoker, RNR, S 3001, Medway, 5 September 1919, illness

GRIBBIN, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 11042, Westgate, steamship, 8 January 1919, ship lost

GRIFFIN, Arthur W B, Boy 2c, J 93638, Impregnable, 30 March 1919, illness

GRIFFIN, Edward, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 13903, Leyland, 7 December 1918, illness

GRIFFIN, Harold E M, Electrical Artificer Apprentice, M 37697, Fisgard, 7 August 1924, illness

GRIFFIN, John J, Gunner, Colleen, 15 January 1921, illness

GRIFFIN, Leonard D, Stoker 1c, K 59339, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

GRIFFIN, Stephen, Stoker 1c, D/K 64428, Walrus, 4 October 1931, accidentally killed

GRIFFITH, George, Able Seaman, D/JX 125757, Bridgewater, 14 July 1934, illness

GRIFFITHS, Albert J, Commissioned Shipwright, President, 16 April 1922, illness

GRIFFITHS, Arthur L, Officer's Steward 1c, 361492, Caesar, 11 June 1919, drowned

GRIFFITHS, Clifford, Leading Stoker, K 12449, L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

GRIFFITHS, Ernest, Chief Petty Officer Cook, 347943, Barham, 8 October 1926, illness

GRIFFITHS, Frederick C E, Able Seaman, J 27007, Pembroke, 5 February 1922, illness

GRIFFITHS, Frederick J, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 19120, Lavatera, 9 December 1918, illness

GRIFFITHS, Harold W J S, Electrical Artificer 5c, M 30408, Vernon, 24 December 1918, illness

GRIFFITHS, John H, Petty Officer Cook, D/MX 48073, Hunter, 13 May 1937, mining, killed

GRIFFITHS, John, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

GRIFFITHS, Philip G L, Boy 1c, JX 130149, Caradoc, 3 July 1929, illness

GRIFFITHS, Raymond O J, Marine, X 2215 (Ply), RM Plymouth Division, 26 May 1938, illness

GRIFFITHS, Willie, Able Seaman, J 47924, Walrus, 19 March 1919, illness

GRIGG, Alfred J, Stoker 1c, J 60726, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

GRIGSON, Edmond G B, Telegraphist, J 77760, FAA, 422 Sqn, Argus, 6 September 1928, air crash, killed

GRIGSON, Frederick W, Leading Seaman, 240073, Marlborough, 11 March 1928, illness

GRILLS, Thomas V, Petty Officer, P/J 23507, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

GRIMA, Paolo, Officer's Cook 3c, E/LX 20939, Glorious, 6 May 1934, illness

GRIMMA, Guiseppe, Able Seaman, E/J 54000, St Angelo, 14 February 1936, illness

GRIMSHAW, Francis J, Able Seaman, J 6522, Petunia, 15 November 1918, illness

GRINDLE, Frank, Marine, 22763 (Ply), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

GRINDROD, John W, Private, RM, S 11717 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 11 February 1919, illness

GROCUTT, Richard, Able Seaman, D/J 14906, Vivid, 25 November 1932, illness

GROSE, Arthur E D, Stoker 2c, P/KX 87879, Victory, 30 April 1936, illness

GROSSMITH, George H, Stoker 1c, K 3775, Victory, 11 April 1921, died

GROUND, Brian K U, Py/Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 10 March 1939, illness

GROUT, Egbert W J, Petty Officer, 193771, Queen Elizabeth, 1 December 1920, drowned

GROVES, Albert E, Officer's Steward 3c, F 37525, Pembroke, 23 November 1918, illness

GRUBB, Ernest G, Leading Seaman, 234683, Argus, 22 August 1922, illness

GRUBB, George H, Warrant Engineer, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 6 February 1921, drowned

GRUNDY, John W, Leading Stoker, K 17771 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

 

GUEST, Frank, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 4756, RND, Hood Battalion, 5 December 1918, ex-prisoner of war, illness in Holland

GUEST, George H, Leading Signalman, C/J 29344, Esk, 27 January 1935, illness

GUEST, John D, Chief Petty Officer, 221761, Lupin, 11 December 1925, illness

GUILLARD, Fred Mc L, Joiner 4c, M 18574 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

GULLIFORD, Leonard H, Leading Seaman, K 18802, Silvio, 30 November 1919, drowned

GULLIS, George, Stoker 1c, K 56738, Antrim, 26 October 1921, illness

GULLIS, Harold V P, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 133175, Victory, 3 February 1932, illness

GUNDRY, George G, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 30849 (Po), Penarth, 6 February 1919, ship lost, DOW

GUNFIELD, Ernest A, Ordinary Seaman, J 53761, TB.35, torpedo boat, 16 March 1919, illness

GUNN, Edwin H, Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 1547, Ambrose, 11 December 1922, illness

GUNNINGHAM, Frank, Stoker Petty Officer, 287128, Challenger, 13 December 1918, illness

GURNEY, Harold C, Sick Berth Attendant, MX 45765, Pembroke, 13 February 1927, illness

GURR, Hubert W J, Lance Corporal, RM, A 24453 (Ch), RM Barracks Chatham, 26 January 1935, illness

GUTTERIDGE, Sydney G W, Leading Seaman, J 32179, Victory, 12 October 1926, illness

GUY, Arthur T H, Able Seaman, P/J 113125, Warspite, 20 June 1932, accidentally killed

GUY, Francis, Officer's Steward 3c, L 11870 (Dev), Dauntless, 27 July 1920, drowned

GUY, James, Chief Petty Officer, 226859, L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

 

 

 

H

 

HABENS, Eric C, Able Seaman, P/J 115394, Courageous, 23 January 1931, drowned

HACKING, Harry V, Able Seaman, RNVR, Mersey Z 1786, Ganges, 14 November 1918, illness

HACKWORTH, John, 4th Engineer, MMR (no service number listed), Goissa, 15 November 1918, ship lost

HADDAWAY, Herbert, Quartermaster, MMR, 566173, Richard Welford, 28 February 1919, illness

HADDOW, James W, Leading Telegraphist, J 48913, FAA, 421 Sqn, Furious, 6 September 1926, air crash, killed

HADWICK, Frederick G, Stoker 1c, K 10413, Victory, 23 January 1919, illness

HAGGIS, Henry G, Stoker, RAN, 9536, Platypus, 7 July 1919, died in Australia

HAGON, Selonso, Stoker 1c, K 38860, Bacchante, 13 February 1919, illness

HAIGH, Ernest, Able Seaman, J 44770 (Ch), Gentian, 15 July 1919, mined

HAINES, Neville E, Midshipman, RNR, Housatonic, 30 July 1931, illness

HAIZELDEN, Alfred G, Colour Sergeant, RM, 10591 (Ch), 19937 (Pens), Royal Marines, 1 April 1937, died

HAKE, George, Able Seaman, D/J 16213, Chrysanthemum, 30 August 1931, illness

HALE, Alfred G, Able Seaman, RNVR, Wales Z 1481, RND, Nelson Battalion, 8 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

HALE, Alfred J, Able Seaman, J 34121, Maidstone, 6 July 1924, drowned

HALE, Alfred, Private, RMLI, 6935 (Ch), Wisby, steamship, 10 February 1919, died in Savona

HALE, Hubert, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 270376, Vivid, 3 March 1922, illness

HALE, John W, Lieutenant Commander, FAA, 447 Flight, London, 31 May 1936, air crash on 22 May 1936, DOI

HALES, Ernest E, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, London Z 7424, Egmont, 17 November 1918, illness

HALES, Victor R, Musician, RMB, RMB 1485, St Vincent, 3 December 1930, illness

HALEY, James, Leading Stoker, P KX 79017, Berwick, 18 May 1939, drowned

HALEY, Thomas J, Petty Officer 1c, 163619, President VI, 15 January 1919, illness

HALFPENNY, John, Greaser, MMR, 587394, Marchioness of Bute, 27 February 1919, illness

HALL, Albert E, Able Seaman, C/J 102984, Wanderer, 10 May 1937, drowned

HALL, Albert E, Able Seaman, D/J 38950, Laburnum, 9 November 1933, illness

HALL, Archie, Able Seaman, D/J 114285, Seraph, 7 September 1931, died

HALL, Bertie S, Able Seaman, C/J 115638, Diomede, 14 November 1936, illness

HALL, Cecil, Chief Motor Mechanic, RNVR, MB 1307, ML.205, motor launch, 3 March 1919, illness

HALL, Charles F, Stoker 1c, K 55015, Dolphin, 2 May 1922, illness

HALL, Charles F, Stoker 2c, D/KX 80523, Adventure, 6 May 1931, illness

HALL, Edward H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 55279, Victory, 10 July 1919, illness

HALL, Ewart E, Stoker Petty Officer, D/KX 79481, Drake, 1 June 1936, road accident, killed

HALL, Frank E, Leading Seaman, 214858, Victory, 28 March 1919, illness

HALL, Frank, Stoker 2c, P/KX 87709, Cormorant, 7 January 1937, illness

HALL, Frederick J, Able Seaman, C/J 87024, Whirlwind, 19 August 1930, road accident, killed

HALL, Henry J, Able Seaman, P/J 115344, Whitshed, 21 August 1932, illness

HALL, John R, Boy 2c, J 105097, Ganges, 27 December 1921, illness

HALL, John W, Lieutenant Commander, RAF service, 31 May 1936, illness

HALL, Matthew, Chief Yeoman of Signals, C/227218, Glasgow Recruiting Office, 1 April 1936, illness

HALL, Sarah A, Cook, WRNS, G 2676, Women's Royal Naval Service, 14 December 1918, illness

HALL, Sidney R, Able Seaman, J 14076, Benbow, 11 June 1922, illness

HALL, Stanley P G, Petty Officer, D/J 64483, Rodney, 19 October 1936, illness

HALL, Thomas J, Stoker 2c, P/KX 80392, Victory, 4 February 1934, illness

HALL, Thomas, Stoker 1c, C/KX 86083, Victory, 4 March 1938, illness

HALL, Walter R, Trimmer, MMR, 867606, Eaglet, 30 January 1919, illness

HALL, Wilfred E, Petty Officer, D/J 23775, Danae, 18 April 1935, accidentally killed

HALL, William, Stoker 1c, D/KX 86583, Furious, 22 September 1937, illness

HALLAM, William, Chief Stoker, 284942, Pembroke, 5 December 1918, illness

HALLCHURCH, Frank D, Boy 1c, J 103137, Valiant, 18 October 1922, illness

HALLETT, Edward J, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 49508, Pembroke, 14 June 1936, road accident, killed

HALLETT, Fred, Leading Stoker, MMR, 589058, Belgol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 27 November 1918, illness

HALLETT, Robert, Corporal, RM, 18527 (Ply), Curlew, 27 August 1928, illness

HALLIDAY, Albert J W, Leading Signalman, J 63052, Dunedin, 3 May 1930, road accident, killed

HALLIGAN, Alexander, Leading Stoker, 288982, Pansy, 16 December 1918, illness

HALLIMAN, Stanley H, Stoker 2c, C/KX 80885, York, 30 January 1932, illness

HALLIWELL, Jack, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 8924, President III, 24 February 1919, illness

HALLS, Francis W G, Yeoman of Signals, 239838, K.26, submarine (Cyclops), 12 March 1927, drowned

HALLS, Frank, Leading Stoker, C/K 24861, Sutton, 21 February 1934, illness

HALSALL, Frederick N, Act/Warrant Engineer, Dorsetshire, 27 April 1938, illness

HALSTONE, Emly J, Ordinary Signalman, J 49378, Vivid, 4 March 1919, drowned

  HALTON, Samuel, Pilot Officer RAF, 422 Sqn, Argus, 6 September 1928, air crash

HALY, Charles V, Boy Artisan, M 33210, Fisgard, 15 August 1919, illness

HAM, George, Private, RMLI, 3707 (Ply), Wheatear, steamship, 2 December 1918, died in UK

HAM, John B, Chief Gunner, Excellent, 31 March 1921, illness

HAMBLY, John R, Chief Gunner, Excellent, 5 March 1919, illness

HAMBLY, Richard B, Stoker Petty Officer, 172334, Westcott, 9 January 1919, illness

HAMBROOK, Walter L, Act/Leading Seaman, P/J 115289, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HAMER, Fred, Boy 1c, J 89948, Delhi, 24 May 1920, drowned

HAMER, Harry, Able Seaman, RNVR, Mersey Z 607, RND, Hawke Battalion, 18 May 1919, discharged, illness in UK

HAMILL, Henry P, Able Seaman, SS 5674, Revenge, 30 November 1919, illness

HAMILTON, Archibald, Midshipman, Resolution, in Glorious aircraft, 25 April 1932, air crash, killed

HAMILTON, Clifford J S, Civilian Contractor,, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HAMILTON, James, Corporal, RMLI, 12453 (Ply), Cornwall, 9 December 1918, illness in Bermuda

HAMILTON, Rowan T, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Navy, 11 August 1931, illness

HAMILTON, Shaun R, Boy 2c, JX 158409, Caledonia, 30 November 1937, illness

HAMMELL, Joseph, Petty Officer, 204818, Blenheim, 16 July 1922, illness

HAMMERSLEY, Rupert L, Leading Seaman, J 5015 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

HAMMETT, Leonard, Able Seaman, D/J 54919, Emerald, 2 May 1931, illness

HAMMETT, William A, Shipwright 1c, D/M 3415, Defiance, 8 June 1935, illness

HAMMOND, Albert V, Able Seaman, P/JX 126023, Egmont I, 20 January 1931, illness

HAMMOND, Edward, Stoker 2c, K 66893, Pembroke, 16 January 1926, illness

HAMMOND, George R, Stoker 1c, SS 119282 (Dev), Glowworm, 9 July 1919, drowned in River Dvina, North Russia

HAMMOND, James, Leading Stoker, 300492, Danae, 27 January 1923, drowned

HAMMOND, Leslie V, Able Seaman, P/J 113195, FAA, 716 Flight, Amphion, 20 January 1938, aircraft accident, killed

HAMMOND, Percy R, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 8759, Pembroke, 5 February 1919, illness

HAMMOND, Samuel M, Keeper & Steward of Royal Cabins, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 24 November 1932, illness

HAMMOND, Thomas S, Coastguardsman 2c, 172058, Pembroke, 16 February 1923, illness

HAMMOND, Thomas V, Signalman, C/J 87102, Pembroke, 19 November 1930, died

HAMPER, William, Chief Blacksmith, P/M 27874, Royal Navy, 14 April 1938, illness

HANCOCK, Thomas G, Petty Officer 1c, 132137, Cuckoo, 23 December 1918, illness

HANCOCK, William G, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 7725, Pangbourne, 4 November 1931, illness

HANCOX, Henry R, Lieutenant, FAA, 405 Flight, Eagle, 10 February 1926, air crash, killed

HANDEL, Thomas H, Sick Berth Attendant, M 7794, Berbice, hospital ship, 4 October 1919, Archangel, killed (buried at Koivisto cemetery, then in Finland in the Baltic, now in Russia. From the logbooks of HMS Vindictive, hospital ship Berbice was probably stationed at this time in Biorko Sound in the same area as Koivisto. Archangel may therefore be an error - thanks to Su Startin)

HANDFORD, Isaac J, Chief Stoker, C/K 2154, Cairo, 22 February 1931, illness

HANDLEY, George, Telegraphist, J 56327, Inconstant, 14 February 1919, illness

HANDLEY, Herbert P, Sick Bay Berth Petty Officer, M 294, Pembroke, 25 January 1930, illness

HANKS, Cecil J, Able Seaman, J 61034, Pembroke, 12 May 1919, illness

HANLON, John, Leading Seaman, C 3177, Victory, 20 December 1918, illness

HANNAFORD, Alfred E, Chief Shipwright 2c, D/M 13711, Vivid, 14 August 1931, illness

HANNAFORD, William G, Stoker 1c, K 1234, Vivid, 20 February 1921, illness

HANNAM, Bertram W, Chief Yeoman of Signals, J 6510, Vivid, 23 May 1929, illness

HANNAN, Michael, Petty Officer, 217443 (Ch), Danae, 9 November 1919, drowned

HANSFORD, Archibald R, Leading Seaman, J 18293 (Po), Sword Dance, 24 June 1919, ship lost

HANSFORD, James G, Stoker Petty Officer, 308223, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

HANSON, Albert H, Able Seaman, J 64229, Clan Graham, mercantile fleet auxiliary, 22 June 1919, killed

HARBER, Rowland G, Able Seaman, SS 10831, Victory, 4 February 1926, illness

HARBIN, George E, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, P/M 27315, Victory, 1 February 1936, illness

HARBOARD, Ernest G, Engineman, RNR, ES 5151, Eaglet, 8 February 1920, illness

HARBOTT, Charles, Leading Stoker, K 13639, Lilac, 18 November 1918, illness

HARD, William, Krooman (no service number listed), Ascension Island, 3 April 1920, illness

HARDEN, Frederick S, Ordnance Artificer 2c, C/M 35988, Pembroke, 14 February 1921, illness

HARDIE, Cyril N, Steward, D/LX 20573, Vivid, 27 January 1933, illness

HARDING, Albert E, Ty/Paymaster Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Colleen, 10 December 1918, illness

HARDING, Sir Charles O' B, Honorary Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 7 June 1929, illness

HARDING, Dennis, Chief Petty Officer, D/JX 146583, Cockchafer, 18 October 1937, illness

HARDING, Fred A, Leading Stoker, RAN, 8476, Sydney (RAN), 28 February 1919, illness

HARDING, Frederick G, Stoker 1c, 304429, Peterel, 13 November 1918, illness

HARDING, Gordon G, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 10953, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

HARDING, Kenneth G, Private, RMLI, 16409 (Ply), RND, Plymouth Battalion, 29 December 1918, discharged, illness in UK

HARDING, Thomas H, Able Seaman, P/J 12004, Cornwall, 4 January 1933, illness

HARDING, Thomas, Quartermaster Sergeant, 4300 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 12 January 1919, died

HARDING, Thomas, Yeoman of Signals, 234639, Lion, 6 January 1920, illness

HARDY, Charles A, Stoker Petty Officer, 309983, TB.63, torpedo boat, 16 March 1919, illness

HARDY, Charles P, Engine Room Artificer 1c, P/M 31105, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

HARDY, George, Greaser, MMR (no service number listed), King Edward, 14 December 1918, drowned

HARDY, Henry, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, MDX 1683, Valiant, 24 March 1935, illness

HARDY, Hercules, Seaman, RNR, B 2981, Gitano, steamship, 20 December 1918, mined

HARDY, Joseph, Able Seaman, J 41148, Caesar, 18 October 1919, illness

HARDY, Richard, Able Seaman, 228588, Queen Elizabeth, 9 May 1924, illness

HARDY, William H, Lieutenant, Badger, 24 December 1918, illness

HARE, Percy A, Leading Seaman, 213902, Caroline, 2 January 1920, illness

HARE, William G, Stoker Petty Officer, K 11033, Valentine, 2 September 1924, illness

HARFIELD, William L, Shipwright Lieutenant, St Vincent, 5 March 1929, illness

HARFIELD, William S B, Boy 2c, JX 141612, St Vincent, 24 November 1934, illness

HARGREAVES, David, Senior Reserve Attendant, M 9843, Agadir, hospital ship, 24 December 1918, illness

HARLAND, Sydney, Officer's Steward 3c, L 2612, Active, 28 February 1919, illness

HARLEY, William R, Lieutenant, FAA, 801 Sqn, Furious, 11 October 1937, air crash, killed

HARMAN, Charles G, Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 19 April 1931, accidentally killed

HARMAN, Frank J, Leading Aircraftsman, RAF, 364868, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

HARMAN, George E, Engineer Lieutenant, Indus, 23 September 1922, killed

HARMAN, Robert C, Petty Officer, 238099, Larkspur, 9 June 1919, drowned

HARMAN, Robert, Able Seaman, MMR, 912591, St Aubin, 15 May 1919, drowned

HARMER, Jack, Stoker 2c, C/KX 92050, Pembroke, 4 February 1938, illness

HARMON, George E, Engineer Lieutenant, Speedy, 23 September 1922, drowned

HARMS, Edward F, Able Seaman, 228812, Victory, 21 June 1920, died

HARN, Cedric W, Able Seaman, J 98752, Pembroke, 3 July 1925, illness

HARNESS, John D, Able Seaman, J 31257 (Ch), Vittoria, 31 August 1919, ship lost

HARNOTT, Joseph T, Able Seaman, 225207, Danae, 25 April 1919, illness

HARPER, Arthur G, Able Seaman, J 28006, Pembroke, 12 March 1919, illness

HARPER, Edward J, Boy 1c, J 80072, Curacoa, 3 December 1918, illness

HARPER, Francis B, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 3925, Ocean Angler, 8 February 1919, illness

HARPER, James H, Officer's Steward 2c, L 7144, Racehorse, 15 November 1918, illness

HARPER, Kenneth, Able Seaman, J 92090, Vivid, 14 November 1925, illness

HARPER, William, Stoker 1c, SS 123134, Pembroke, 17 August 1919, illness

HARPHAM, Cecil R, Gunner 2c, RMA, RMA 16286, RMA Eastney, 5 February 1919, illness

 

HARRHY, William J , Able Seaman, J 1625, Dauntless, 18 April 1924, drowned in Brisbane River during Squadron visit (grave right - in Toowong Cemetary, with thanks to Rod Peart, 18 May 2011, who also supplied the day of AB Harrhy's death)

 

HARRIES, William, Stoker 1c, K 35797, Devonshire, 22 April 1919, illness

HARRIS, Arthur, Leading Stoker, K 15653, Vivid, 13 July 1922, illness

HARRIS, Charles, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 59550, Drake, 19 May 1936, illness

HARRIS, Charlie, Petty Officer, P/J 7492, Fisgard, 4 January 1932, illness

HARRIS, Dermot, Boy 2c, J 101204, Impregnable, 9 June 1921, illness

HARRIS, Edward C, Marine, X 315 (Ply), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

HARRIS, Francis R, Able Seaman, J 80263 (Dev), Crescent, 18 November 1920, drowned

HARRIS, James A, Warrant Shipwright, Caledon, 2 July 1920, illness

HARRIS, Joseph E, Able Seaman, P/JX 132423, Suffolk, 28 May 1935, illness

HARRIS, Richard C, Stoker 1c, C/KX 85030, Pembroke, 15 February 1939, road accident, killed

HARRIS, Sidney R, Chief Petty Officer, 216991, Vernon, 21 February 1926, illness

HARRIS, Stanley F, Chief Petty Officer Cook, 347299, Pembroke, 10 March 1923, illness

HARRIS, Thomas E H, Greaser, MMR (no service number listed), Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

HARRIS, Tom H, Leading Seaman, J 33023, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

HARRIS, Walter G, Stoker 1c, J 18681, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

HARRIS, William P, Boy 1c, JX 130253, Vivid, 13 January 1930, illness

HARRIS, William T, Corporal, RM, 21436 (Ply), Delhi, 13 October 1930, died

HARRISON, Albert E, Signalman, RNVR, Mersey Z 3453, Vivid, 6 December 1918, illness

HARRISON, Edward H, Leading Seaman, 239613, Victory, 25 February 1929, illness

HARRISON, George, Leading Seaman, J 19548, Wivern, 11 January 1922, illness

HARRISON, John A, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Mersey Z 4687, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

HARRISON, John, Boy 1c, J 102159, Vivid, 29 May 1921, died

HARRISON, Lawrence R, Petty Officer, D/J 32191, Shoreham, 7 January 1933, illness

HARRISON, Robert, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 20727, Pembroke, 29 June 1934, illness

HARRISON, Thomas, Fireman, MMR, 620629, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

HARRISON, Walter, Skipper (Warrant Officer), RNR, Vasco Da Gama, 19 February 1919, illness

HARRISON, William, Private, RME, RME 2048, RM Engineers, 16 March 1919, illness

HARROLD, Arthur S C, Able Seaman, J 65203, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

HARROWER, James, Ordinary Seaman, J 80387, Vivid, 1 December 1919, illness

HART, Charles, Petty Officer, 218441 (Dev), Lucia, 19 June 1920, boat accident, drowned

HART, George (real name, but served as George Routley), Private, RMLI, S 7304 (Ch), RMLI, HQ Chatham, 18 February 1919, illness

HART, Percy, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 16352, Kenilworth, 22 February 1919, illness

HART, Thomas J, Petty Officer, C/JX 127585, Keppel, 16 June 1938, accidentally killed

HART, William H, Stoker 1c, C/KX 77685, H.43, 15 December 1932, road accident, killed

HARTLAND, Edward G, Boy 2c, JX 127194, Ganges, 4 November 1926, illness

HARTLAND, Frederick G, Leading Seaman, C/JX 134825, Pembroke, 10 March 1939, died

HARTLAND, Sydney, Able Seaman, J 95907, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

HARTLESS, Herbert W, Able Seaman, J 19492, Tumult, 14 November 1921, illness

HARTLEY, Horace B, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 270515, Vivid, 27 June 1923, illness

HARTNELL, Frank C, Gunner, RMA, RMA S 1827, Cyclops II, 12 March 1919, illness in UK

HARTWILL, William, Marine, E 16529, Royal Marines HQ, 6 February 1929, illness

HARVEY, Charles W, Able Seaman, RNVR, AA 2345, President V, 23 November 1918, illness

HARVEY, Charles, Chief Armourer (Pens), 159077 (Dev), Spear, 20 December 1918, drowned

HARVEY, Desmond, Act/Sub Lieutenant (E), Engineer Course, 9 February 1932, illness

HARVEY, Edward J, Leading Signalman, J 10580, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

HARVEY, Harold E, Bugler, RMLI, 12169 (Ch), Malabar, 12 February 1923, illness

HARVEY, Henry, Coastguardsman 2c, 157954, Vivid, 23 April 1922, illness

HARVEY, Leonard, Sergeant, RMA, RMA 5973, RMA Battalion, South African Heavy Artillery, 11 March 1919, discharged, illness

HARVEY, Philip H, Stoker 1c, K 15306, Vivid, 8 February 1919, illness

HARVEY, Thomas, Joiner 1c, M 14661, Vivid, 3 July 1927, died

HARVEY, William C, Ordinary Seaman, J 99015, Wolsey, 20 February 1924, accidentally killed

HARVEY, William C, Ordinary Seaman, MMR, 927496, Woonda, 10 December 1918, illness

HARVEY, William E, Leading Seaman, RNR, B 5151, Oak, steamship, 28 November 1918, illness

HARVEY, William G A, Able Seaman, J 34108, Superb, 2 November 1919, illness

HARVEY, William J, Leading Seaman, RNR, A 4702, Everilda, steamship, 17 November 1918, illness

HARVEY, William, Chief Officer, HM Coast Guard, HM Coast Guard Wireless Telegraph Station Rame Head, 15 March 1920, illness

HARWOOD, Archibald, Leading Stoker, P/KX 84801, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 10 September 1936, road accident, killed

HARWOOD, Ernest R, Leading Seaman, J 90941, Vivid, 1 November 1928, illness

HARWOOD, George A, Act/Petty Officer, C/JX 134789, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HARWOOD, William T, Corporal, RMLI, 1300 (Ply), RM Headquarters, 17 August 1919, illness

HASARL, Frederick L (served as Frederick L Barnes), Chief Stoker, K 16139, Vampire, 24 December 1927, illness

HASKELL, Thomas R H, Able Seaman, J 73419, Warspite, 16 August 1920, drowned

HASKELL, Thomas W R H, Able Seaman, J 73410, Warspite, 10 August 1920, drowned

HASLAM, Herbert, Leading Seaman, J 102105, Scarab, 5 September 1926, incident in China, killed by Chinese

HASLAND, Francis H, Able Seaman, J 9622, Vivid, 25 September 1929, illness

HASSAM, Suleiman B, Seedie, X 230, Flora, 7 August 1928, illness

HASSETT, Blenner C, Petty Officer, P/J 17282, Victory, 16 September 1933, illness

HASSLIN, Elmi, Seedie Stoker, 2/123, Colombo, 19 May 1925, illness

HASTIE, Robert, Stoker 1c, SS 110259, Vivid, 17 January 1919, illness

HATHERLY, Sidney W B, Able Seaman, J 49371, Watchman, 11 September 1920, illness

HATTON, Alfred, Chief Stoker, 309247, Venomous, 22 March 1926, illness

HATTON, Ronald F, Supply Petty Officer, M 32054, Centurion, 5 July 1928, illness

HAVARD, William D, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 4209, Army, Command Depot, Aldershot, 13 November 1918, illness in UK

HAVERSON, Frank, Leading Telegraphist, RNVR, London Z 6091, President IV, 29 November 1918, illness

HAVILL, Harold E, Able Seaman, J 15241, Victory, 6 April 1920, illness

HAWES, Cyril G, Private, RMLI, S 1619 (Po), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 13 November 1918, German prisoner of war, illness

HAWES, Thomas W, Private, RMLI, 22061 (Ch), RM, 6th Battalion, 8 September 1919, killed in North Russia

HAWKEN, Alfred G, Leading Seaman, 238809, Royal Indian Marine, 8 November 1920, explosion

HAWKESWORTH, Cyril E, Cook, M 38529, St Vincent, 1 August 1929, illness

HAWKEY, Joseph, Able Seaman, J 25896, Vivid, 22 May 1921, illness

HAWKINS, Alfred J G, Boy 2c, JX 31987, St Vincent, 6 August 1928, illness

 

HAWKINS, Arthur W , Leading Seaman, J 16167, Effingham, 13 June 1926, illness

 (grave right - postcard and image courtesy Michael Price. Headstone inscription reads:

 

'IN MEMORY OF ARTHUR W HAWKINS LD SEAMAN

LATE HMS EFFINGHAM

WHO DIED 13TH JUNE 1926

AGED 31 YEARS

ERECTED BY HIS SHIPMATES

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN'

Location is not known but HMS Effingham was serving in the East Indies in this period)

HAWKINS, Astley R, Lieutenant, RNR, Attentive, 16 February 1919, illness

HAWKINS, George, Leading Stoker, P/K 47313, Iroquois, 1 December 1930, illness

HAWKINS, Henry W, Able Seaman, 225264, Warwick, 24 December 1920, drowned

HAWKINS, James, Chief Skipper, RNR, Warland, 30 March 1930, illness

HAWKINS, Veines J, Leading Seaman, J 15592 (Po), Vindictive, 2 May 1919, drowned

HAWLEY, Frederick, Able Seaman, J 105790, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

HAWORTH, Albert, Stoker 2c, K 26437, Vivid, 11 February 1919, illness

HAWTHORN, George E, Leading Stoker, K 60245, Viscount, 2 July 1928, illness

HAY, Charles P, Midshipman, Royal Sovereign, 31 May 1936, illness

HAY, William H, Leading Seaman, 208122, Ceres, 4 March 1920, illness

HAY, William J, Leading Cook, M 4687, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

HAYCOCK, Albert, Able Seaman, J 100477, Pembroke, 20 March 1929, illness

HAYDEN, Thomas (real name, but served as Thomas Helton), Chief Shipwright 2c, 343328, Bryony, 9 October 1920, illness

HAYES, Alfred G, Private, RM, S 8818 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 30 April 1920, illness

HAYES, Daniel J, Boy 2c, JX 150083, Ganges, 12 October 1936, illness

HAYES, Edwin, Leading Seaman, RNVR, KP 204, RND, Hawke Battalion, 12 June 1919, discharged, illness in UK

HAYES, John F, Stoker Petty Officer, 303978, Colossus, 20 November 1918, illness

HAYES, William A, Warrant Engineer, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

HAYNES, Clarence F, Boy Artisan, M 22614, Fisgard, 18 February 1919, illness

HAYNES, Edwin A, Able Seaman, J 105458, Pembroke, 16 April 1929, illness

HAYNES, Henry C, Able Seaman, J 95694, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

HAYNES, Henry S J, Corporal, RM, 22744 (Po), RM Portsmouth Division, 14 June 1937, died

HAYNES, Hubert H, Cook, P/MX 48449, Nelson, 25 July 1934, illness

HAYNES, John F, Surgeon Commander, Royal Navy, 16 July 1935, illness

HAYNES, William G, Able Seaman, P/J 103857, MTB.7, 26 April 1939, illness

HAYTER, Reginald G B, Commander, Naval Engineering Department, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HAYWARD, Ernest J, Officer's Chief Cook, C/L 3664, Pembroke, 4 October 1930, illness

HAYWARD, Frank, Chief Officer, HM Coast Guard, HM Coast Guard Harwich, 31 July 1919, illness

HAYWARD, Walter J, Corporal, RMLI, 217037 (Po), Hood, 8 March 1937, mooring accident, DOI

HAYWARD, William, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 271630 (Dev), Moorhen, 2 August 1919, died in Hong Kong

HAYWOOD, Arthur R, Warrant Shipwright, Yarmouth, 20 July 1921, illness

HAZELL, Charles E, Able Seaman, J 32084, Pembroke, 18 March 1919, illness

HAZELL, William J, Able Seaman, J 11956, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

 

HEAD, Albert H, Canteen Assistant, Admiralty civilian, Yarmouth, 18 March 1919, illness

HEAD, Hamilton C W, Lieutenant, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

HEAD, Herbert W, Private, RMLI, 11997 (Po), Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

HEAD, Walter, Stoker Petty Officer, K 11511, Montrose, 31 May 1921, illness

HEAD, William A J, Private, RME, RME 859, RM Engineers, 14 March 1919, illness

HEAD, William R, Boatswain, Exe, 13 December 1922, illness

HEADLAND, Ernest H, Stoker 1c, K 38404, Pembroke, 28 February 1919, illness

HEADLY, William, Petty Officer, 233067, Glowworm, 13 January 1922, accidentally killed

HEALEY, Norton G, Marine, 22408 (Po), Royal Marines HQ, 25 February 1926, illness

HEALEY, Patrick, Stoker Petty Officer, 297395, TB.55, torpedo boat, 28 February 1919, illness

HEALEY, Timothy, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18829, Bird, 21 May 1919, illness

HEALING, John W M, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Sovereign, 11 May 1932, illness

HEANEY, John, Private, RMLI, 11460 (Ply), Cambrian, 16 April 1921, drowned

HEARN, Francis M, Able Seaman, J 109767, Egmont, 12 February 1929, illness

HEARN, John, Coastguardsman 3c, 186260, HM Coast Guard Station St Agnes, 4 July 1921, illness

HEARNE, Charles W, Able Seaman, 238051, PC.61, patrol boat, 4 May 1919, drowned

HEARNE, Joseph, Regulating Petty Officer, D/M 39809, Royal Navy, 23 December 1938, illness

HEARNE, William R, Corporal, RMA, RMA 5030 (RFR B 220), RMA Battalion, 15 November 1918, discharged, illness in UK

HEATH, Ernest S, Petty Officer, 239570, Victory, 9 June 1922, accidentally killed

HEATH, George William, Able Seaman, 7865 (RAN), Una (RAN), 17 March 1919, died in Sick Quarters, Garden island, buried at Sydney (Waverley) General Cemetery, Australia
HEATH, Maurice, Able Seaman, J 24409, Argus, 11 December 1924, illness

HEATH, William H K, Leading Seaman, D/J 100045, Renown, 28 January 1932, accidentally killed

HEATHCOTE, Charles F, Stoker 1c, P/K 57710, Victory, 9 April 1933, died

HEATHCOTE, Thomas, Able Seaman, D/J 106481, Osprey, 1 March 1935, illness

HEATHER, Charles, Petty Officer, J 12617, Colombo, 15 September 1921, illness

HEATHER, Thomas, Petty Officer Rigger, 169382, Victoria & Albert, 7 January 1920, illness

HEATHERINGTON, Alexander, Chief Cook, MMR, 839736, Stobo Castle, mercantile fleet auxiliary, 13 February 1919, illness

HEATON, James, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 269745, Iron Duke, 2 March 1920, illness

HEATON-ELLIS, Michael, Sub Lieutenant, Queen Elizabeth, 24 January 1919, illness

HEBEL, Frederick J B, Leading Stoker, K 59712, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

HEINEMANN, Peter D, Lieutenant, FAA, 406 Flight, Emerald, 21 December 1931, air crash, killed

HEINSEN, Alfred W, Able Seaman, J 109121, Pembroke, 7 April 1928, illness

HEITZMAN, Arthur J, Leading Telegraphist, D/J 111899, Furious, 24 September 1936, road accident, killed

HELLIER, Frederick J J, Officer's Steward 1c, L 4490, Delphinium, 27 April 1929, drowned

HELLIN, Hubert W, Stoker 2c, P/KX 84105, Victory II, 20 September 1934, illness

HELLYER, William E, Marine, 2125 (Ply), Devonshire, 27 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

HELPS, Walter J, Stoker 1c, K 3186, Champion, 8 April 1919, illness

HEMMETT, Albert G, Able Seaman, D/J 103913, Venetia, 19 July 1936, illness

HEMMING, Charles, Petty Officer, 217661, Victory, 16 December 1918, illness

HEMP, Bertie G T, Able Seaman, J 30557, Royal Sovereign, 25 September 1922, accidentally killed

HEMPENSTALL, Daniel, Boatswain, MMR, 854217, Day Star, 2 December 1918, illness

HEMSTED, James E, Paymaster Commander, Barham, 14 May 1936, illness

HENDERSON, Algernon C F, Honorary Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 14 February 1934, illness

HENDERSON, Andrew, Chief Skipper, RNR, Braemar, 22 April 1938, illness

HENDERSON, Clifford, Leading Stoker, J 44507, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

HENDERSON, Colin M H, Lieutenant (E), Thetis (Dolphin), 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HENDERSON, James T, Chief Stoker, 303510, Columbine, 18 December 1924, illness

HENDERSON, Sir Reginald G H, Admiral, Royal Navy, 2 May 1939, illness

HENDERSON, William C, Chief Yeoman of Signals, 197526, Vivid, 24 October 1921, illness

HENDLEY, Cyril, Able Seaman, P/J 98737, Boreas, 17 August 1934, illness

HENDRY, James S, Gunner, RMA, 9777, Barham, 15 October 1920, drowned

HENDRY, John, Sergeant, RMLI, 15078 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 5 April 1919, illness

HENLEY, Alfred, Cook, MMR (no service number listed), Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

HENNESSY, John J, Able Seaman, J 23710, Julius, 24 September 1921, illness

HENNESSY, Joseph, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Navy, 23 February 1930, illness

HENRY, Donald Mc I, Able Seaman, J 55290, Carlisle, 10 November 1925, illness

HENRY, James A, Honorary Lieutenant, RNVR, Clyde Division RNVR, 25 November 1928, illness

HENRY, John T, Able Seaman, MMR, 586207, Duke of Cornwall, 13 October 1919, drowned

HENRY, Robert, Private, RMLI, S 588 (Po), King George V, 26 December 1918, died in UK

HENWOOD, Benjamin T, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 271162, Lowestoft, 12 November 1922, accidentally killed

HEPWORTH, Campbell M W, Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 25 February 1919, illness

HERBERT, George A, Coastguardsman 2c, 155129, HM Coast Guard Station Tollesbury, 5 January 1920, died

HERBERT, Harry, Able Seaman, J 18644, Ramillies, 16 November 1922, illness

HERBERT, Herbert N F, Petty Officer, 158045, Vivid, 13 February 1919, illness

HERBERTSON, James D, Lieutenant, RNVR, ML.378, motor launch, 30 November 1919, ship lost

HERITAGE, William H, Cook, M 11180, Victory III, 1 September 1921, illness

HEROD, Adrian C, Petty Officer, D/J 111751, Capetown, 9 October 1936, illness

HERON, Michael, Able Seaman, MMR (no service number listed), Eaglet, 2 February 1920, illness

HERRIDGE, William H P, Leading Seaman, P/J 99618, L.23, 2 August 1931, road accident, killed

HERRING, Arthur V, Able Seaman, J 34273, Egmont, 1 July 1919, illness

HERRING, George, Marine, X 2103 (Po), RM Portsmouth Division, 29 April 1938, illness

HERRINGTON, Frederick A, Stoker 2c, K 62089, Royal Sovereign, 15 April 1924, illness

HERSEY, Leslie E, Cook 1c, M 36876, Danae, 22 October 1924, illness

HESELTINE, John R, Able Seaman, J 39607, Defiance, 31 January 1919, illness

HESTER, William J, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 1516 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

HEWES, Albert, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 13146, ML.440, motor launch, 31 December 1918, illness

HEWETSON, John C C, Act/Sub Lieutenant, Royal Sovereign, 23 August 1919, illness

HEWETT, George R, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 3556, Aspasia, 7 March 1919, illness

HEWETT, Joseph H, Lieutenant, RNVR, Arrogant, 26 February 1919, illness

HEWINS, William, Stoker 1c, K 5131, Cornwall, 4 March 1930, illness

HEWITSON, Bertie, Able Seaman, J 6905 (Po), Queen Elizabeth, 1 December 1920, drowned

HEWITT, Richard C, Able Seaman, J 99374, Teal, 5 August 1924, illness

HEWITT, William J, Boy 2c, J 93486, Powerful, 16 November 1918, illness

HEWS, George C, Able Seaman, D/J 93255, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

HEWSON, Philip, Ordnance Artificer 3c, M 8641, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

HEYWOOD, Ernest E, Able Seaman, J 42399, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

HEYWOOD, Robert W, Able Seaman, J 110561, Sepoy, 8 April 1930, depth charge explosion, DOW

 

HIBBERD, James H, Cook, M 38486, Defiance, 22 October 1927, illness

HIBBERD, Lewis R, Private, RMLI, 21083 (Po), RM Deal, 7 December 1918, illness

HICKEY, Henry, Boy 2c, J 93862, Powerful, 26 February 1919, illness

HICKEY, Thomas E, Ordinary Telegraphist, P/JX 140554, Royal Navy, 8 June 1936, accidentally killed

HICKLIN, Leslie J, Ordinary Signalman, J 106757, Queen Elizabeth, 18 June 1925, drowned

HICKLIN, William O, Leading Stoker, K 12306 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

HICKMAN, Alfred H J, Boy 2c, JX 132367, Ganges, 6 October 1928, accidentally killed

HICKMAN, Leonard R, Chief Electrical Artificer 2c, M 2469, Repulse, 10 August 1924, drowned

HICKS, Albert E, Leading Seaman, J 18063, Emperor of India, 9 November 1919, illness

HICKSON, James, Engine Room Artificer 1c, D/MX 52498, Caledon, 24 July 1936, illness

HIGGINS, Alfred G, Act/Cook, C/MX 57607, Pembroke, 31 March 1939, illness

HIGGINS, Alfred R, Lieutenant, Despatch, 5 September 1926, incident in China, killed by Chinese

HIGGINS, Arthur W, Stoker 1c, D/K 58913, Vivid, 1 November 1932, illness

HIGGINS, Denis, Able Seaman, D/J 44452, Royal Navy, 1 May 1938, illness

HIGGINS, Wilfred A, Lieutenant Commander, Teal, 12 August 1926, illness

HIGGINS, William, Marine, 15909 (Po), Resolution, 18 October 1926, road accident, killed

HIGGINSON, Charles W, Leading Telegraphist, D/J 16611, Beaufort, 30 June 1935, illness

HIGGINSON, Edgar, Constable, RM Police, RMP X 266 (Ply), Devonport Dockyard, 6 February 1937, accidentally killed

HIGGINSON, Nelson, Able Seaman, J 17064, E.42, submarine, 1 September 1919, drowned in UK

HIGGIS, Harry C, Petty Officer, 238503, Ramillies, 28 October 1925, illness

HIGGS, Jack D, Ordnance Artificer Apprentice, MX 47665, Pembroke, 24 January 1933, illness

HIGGS, Joseph, Gunner, RMA, RMA 2165, RM, 3rd Battalion, 27 November 1918, illness in Imbros

HIGH, Claude H, Able Seaman, J 18554, Humber, 13 March 1919, illness

HIGHAM, Robert, Stoker Petty Officer, C/KX 87773, Topaze, 17 June 1936, illness

HIGNETT, Samuel M, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 4 March 1929, illness

HILDICK, James, Commissioned Gunner, Douglas, 28 December 1928, illness

HILDRETH, Edward J, Petty Officer, P/J 21797, Excellent, 26 February 1936, illness

HILL, Albert A F, Admiralty Civilian, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HILL, Albert H, Leading Seaman, J 91934, Repulse, 8 November 1925, illness

HILL, Charles H, Marine, 23280 (Ch), Danae, 7 August 1927, illness

HILL, Charles T, Stoker 1c, SS 109647, Victory, 3 December 1918, illness

HILL, Douglas, Engineer Commander, Cleopatra, 10 January 1925, illness

HILL, Edward, Leading Stoker, K 3475, Assistance, 11 March 1920, illness

HILL, Ernest, Able Seaman, 148261, Liverpool, 25 December 1918, illness

HILL, Frederick C, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, Excellent, 2 August 1919, illness in UK

HILL, Geoffrey F K, Lieutenant, X.1, submarine, 14 July 1924, illness

HILL, George H, Boy 2c, JX 132042, St Vincent, 11 April 1929, illness

HILL, Harold M, Surgeon Lieutenant (D), Greenwich, 15 June 1929, illness

HILL, Henry, civilian dockyard fitter, H.29, 9 August 1926, killed

HILL, Henry C, Midshipman, Effingham, 2 July 1927, illness

HILL, Henry T, Leading Seaman, J 58022, Defiance, 29 January 1921, illness

HILL, Herbert, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 11526, Thomas Booth, 10 January 1919, illness

HILL, Hubert, Stoker 1c, K 44813, Challenger, 14 December 1918, illness

HILL, John H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 5328, Dolphin, 18 February 1924, illness

HILL, Leonard T, Sailmaker, 190552, Victory, 22 January 1927, illness

HILL, Sidney, Able Seaman, SS 8798, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

HILL, Thomas J E, Marine, 22672 (Ply), Delhi, 19 June 1935, drowned

HILL, Victor A, Petty Officer Telegraphist, 223042, Ganges, 26 March 1919, drowned

HILLIARD, Harold, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 21428, Cyclamen, 28 December 1931, died

HILLIARD, William G, Chief Stoker, 299354, Sorceress, 25 July 1922, illness

HILLIER, Horace J, Stoker 1c, K 55832, H.42, 1 February 1922, drowned

HILLMAN, Edward J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 15258, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

HILLMAN, Fred, 2nd Writer, M 25676, Pembroke, 4 December 1922, illness

HILLS, Albert G, Stoker 1c, C/K 63453, Pembroke, 6 June 1932, illness

HILLS, Albert G, Stoker 1c, P/K 61207, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HINDE, Joseph, Chief Petty Officer, J 1611, Defiance, 17 May 1925, illness

HINDLEY, James T, Petty Officer, J 22852, Vivid, 14 April 1927, illness

HINE, William F, Leading Seaman, J 98680, ML.291, 25 February 1923, accidentally killed

HINE, William J, Marine, 19699 (Ply), Royal Marines HQ, 12 May 1926, illness

HINES, Thomas H, Leading Stoker, K 30224, Neptune, 2 February 1919, illness

HINGSTON, Arthur E, Stoker (no service number listed), Drake, 9 December 1938, illness

HINGSTON, Edwin H, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, D/M 2662, Drake, 24 June 1934, illness

HINGSTON, John, Able Seaman, 118541, Vivid, 21 January 1922, illness

HINGSTON, Sydney, Chief Stoker, 306670, Hood, 15 June 1920, illness

HINSELWOOD, George, Chief Petty Officer, 198586, Pembroke, 6 January 1921, died

HINTON, Alfred E, Able Seaman, D/JX 129414, Osprey, 16 September 1932, road accident, killed

HINTON, Harry, Stoker Petty Officer, K 9766, Indus, 21 May 1921, illness

HIRE, Ashton H, Major, RM, Rtd, Baronet, Royal Marines, 3 September 1936, illness

HIRE, Thomas J, Stoker 1c, 292159, Valiant, 23 November 1918, illness

HIRST, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 9031, Gentian, 12 July 1919, drowned in Gulf of Finland, buried in Tallinn

HISCOCK, Reginald J, Able Seaman, J 93946, Fisgard, 19 February 1924, illness

HISCOCK, William G, Telegraphist, D/J 41575, Vivid, 9 June 1932, died

HISLOP, Alexander, Able Seaman, P/JX 131909, Medway, 3 December 1936, died

HITCHIN, Bertie T, Private, RMLI, 18521 (Ch), Glory III, 3 May 1919, Archangel, killed

 

HOBBS, John B, Boy 1c, C/JX 154987, Barham, 17 June 1939, accidentally killed

HOBBS, Roland A, Surgeon Lieutenant, RAN, Melbourne (RAN), 13 February 1919, illness

HOBBS, Wilfred J, Stoker, RAN, 8566 (RN - K 19874), Marguerite (RAN), 9 February 1920, drowned

HOBBS, William R, Blacksmith 4c, M 32223, Assistance, 8 July 1921, accident

HOBDAY, Albert E, Petty Officer, 236378, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

HOBMAN, Jack W, Master at Arms, C/M 35729, Pembroke, 18 January 1932, illness

HOBSON, William, Stoker 1c, 310797, TB.70, torpedo boat, 21 November 1918, drowned

HOCKLEY, Charles C, Leading Seaman, D/J 105705, Defiance, 15 November 1933, illness

HODDER, Henry, Stoker Petty Officer, 293754, Oriana, 6 March 1919, illness

HODDS, Thomas H, Shipwright 2c, M 13355, Hecla, 16 February 1919, illness

HODGE, Alfred L, Stoker Petty Officer, MC 1187, Victory (ex-Eaglet), 16 December 1919, illness

HODGE, Harold R, Sick Berth Attendant, M 4418, Vivid, 25 February 1919, illness

HODGE, Harold, Petty Officer, J 1248, Conqueror, 30 December 1918, illness

HODGE, Samuel C, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 1647, Vivid, 9 February 1927, illness

HODGES, Albert A, Schoolmaster, New Zealand Division of Royal Navy, 10 January 1930, illness

HODGES, George H, Stoker 2c, K 49505, Bacchante, 19 February 1919, illness

HODGMAN, Edward J, Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 26 August 1927, illness

HODGSON, George C R, Able Seaman, J 115510, Marlborough, 29 January 1930, accidentally killed

HODGSON, Harold, Ordinary Seaman, SSX 13351, Vivid, 18 May 1929, illness

HODKINSON, Enoch D, Ty/Warrant Telegraphist, RNR, Tarlair, 14 November 1918, illness

HODKINSON, Frederick C, Able Seaman, J 99607, Carlisle, 18 August 1923, illness

HODNETT, Herbert, Able Seaman, 218089, Mantis, 24 January 1922, illness

HODSON, Ernest, Private, RM, S 14332 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 18 April 1919, illness

HODSON, George H, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 12217, Victory, 18 March 1919, illness

HOGG, Audley A, Lieutenant Commander (E), Ramillies, 20 February 1936, illness

HOKINS, Llewellyn J, Stoker 2c, D/KX 95205, Devonshire, 24 May 1939, accidentally killed

HOLDEN, Ernest, Able Seaman, J 40164, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

HOLDEN, Thomas, Ordinary Signalman, J 85519, Scimitar, 3 December 1919, illness

HOLE, Wilfred T, Stoker 1c, D/KX 80876, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HOLE, William G, Marine, X 310 (Ply), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, DOI in Devonshire

HOLGATE, Harold R, Telegraphist, J 42659, Clematis, 6 November 1922, illness

HOLLAND, Frederick R, Stoker 1c, D/KX 80584, Bideford, 1 April 1936, illness

HOLLAND, Stanley L, Musician, RMLI, 16035 (Po), RM Headquarters, 16 May 1920, illness

HOLLANDS, Arthur J, Boy Artisan, M 35327, Fisgard, 4 May 1920, illness

HOLLIDAY, Percy W, Stoker 1c, K 19040, Pembroke, 30 October 1921, illness

HOLLINGTON, Vernon, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, ML.284, motor launch, 25 February 1919, illness

HOLLOWAY, Frederick E, Leading Seaman, P/J 94303, Peterel, 9 December 1937, died

HOLLOWAY, Harold L, Petty Officer, J 3262, Moth, 23 September 1926, illness

HOLLOWAY, Henry E, Sick Berth Chief Petty Officer, M 1413, Kent, 1 September 1929, accidentally killed

HOLLOWAY, John W B, Marine, 19800 (Po), Queen Elizabeth, 2 September 1923, died

HOLLOWAY, Sidney C, Able Seaman, J 18737, Dolphin, 8 November 1919, illness in UK

HOLMES, Alfred J, Boy 1c, JX 136069, Ganges, 31 January 1932, accidentally killed

HOLMES, Bernard F, Chief Petty Officer Cook, RAN, 5054, Fantome, 21 September 1919, illness

HOLMES, Francis R, Petty Officer, J 16086, Victory, 4 June 1921, accident

HOLMES, Harold, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 270288, Blenheim, 18 February 1922, illness

HOLMES, James, Warrant Engineer, Titania, 21 July 1920, drowned in Hong Kong

HOLMES, Sidney D, Leading Seaman, J 15841 (Po), CMB.62BD, coastal motor boat, 18 August 1919, attack on Kronstadt Harbour

HOLMES, Thomas W, Chief Electrical Artificer 1c, 345111, Hecla, 26 April 1921, illness

HOLMES, Walter, Boy 1c, J 100094, Ganges, 28 October 1921, illness

HOLNESS, Ernest R, Warrant Officer 2c, Royal Marines HQ, 12 April 1923, illness

HOLNESS, Thomas H, 2nd Hand, RNR, DA 16328, Robert Barton, 29 December 1918, illness

HOLSAN, William J, Leading Stoker, K 15620, Burslem, 7 February 1926, illness

HOLT, Alfred, Private, RMLI, S 602 (Ply), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 30 March 1919, France, DOW in UK

HOLT, Benjamin, Able Seaman, J 50716, Crescent, 8 December 1918, illness

HOLT, Ronald J, Marine, X 1440 (Ply), RM Plymouth Division, 16 June 1937, illness

HOLT, William E, Private, RM, S 15739 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 31 January 1919, illness

HOLTON, Alfred E, Lieutenant, RMA, RMA, Howitzer Brigade, 22 February 1919, illness

HOLTON, Cecil, Stoker 1c, K 57457, Lowestoft, 17 December 1927, illness

HOLTON, William, Able Seaman, MMR, 810230, Gosforth, 11 December 1918, illness

HOME, Ian H, Marine, X 1655 (Ply), RM Barracks Chatham, 14 April 1937, illness

HOMER, Richard, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HOMERSHAM, Cecil, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, London Z 8019, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

HONEYBUN, Francis C, Warrant Telegraphist, Victory, 27 September 1933, illness

HONEYWELL, Albert E, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 7062, Curlew, 27 October 1927, illness

HONEYWELL, John H, Petty Officer, 218927, Tomahawk, 5 March 1919, illness

HOOD, George C, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 37005, Victory, 11 August 1927, illness

HOOD, Martin A F, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Navy, 14 May 1919, illness

HOOKER, David, Able Seaman, J 2030, Pembroke, 11 February 1919, illness

HOOKEY, Samuel W, Stoker Petty Officer, 161337, Venerable, 30 November 1918, illness

HOOKINGS, James G, Leading Steward, D/L 14645, Carlisle, 3 April 1936, road accident, killed

HOOLIHAN, Thomas, Stoker 1c, SS 115558, Lilac, 21 November 1918, illness

HOOPER, Albert E, Leading Cook's Mate, M 3531, Pembroke, 17 December 1918, illness

HOOPER, Alwin S, Able Seaman, J 14872, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

HOOPER, Eric C W, Supply Assistant, C/MX 47883, Colombo, 28 April 1935, illness

HOOPER, Geoffrey W W, Lieutenant Commander, Hawkins, 2 January 1923, illness

HOOPER, George, Able Seaman, 219911, Sturgeon, 6 July 1924, illness

HOOPER, Harold W, Leading Stoker, C/K 64549, Scarab, 28 August 1931, drowned

HOOPER, Harry J, Chief Petty Officer Writer, P/M 7108, Courageous, 23 January 1935, illness

HOOPER, Reginald J, Leading Seaman, 229738, Vivid, 27 January 1919, illness

HOOPER, Robert, Stoker Petty Officer, 288183, Vivid, 16 January 1919, illness

HOOPER, Samuel, Cook, M 34989, King George V, 15 April 1922, drowned

HOOPER, William, Stoker 1c, K 22357, Assistance, 21 October 1925, drowned

HOPE, John A, Act/Petty Officer, D/J 81414, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HOPE, John, Able Seaman, P/JX 130644, Greenwich, 7 July 1933, illness

HOPKINS, Alec A, Private, RMLI, S 1853 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 14 January 1919, illness in UK

HOPKINS, Alex T, Colour Sergeant, RM, 214967 (Po), Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 13 February 1937, illness

HOPKINS, Herbert A, Leading Seaman, C/JX 136803, Folkestone, 9 February 1939, died

HOPKINS, James H, Telegraphist, D/JX 138891, Drake, 23 February 1937, illness

HOPKINSON, James A, RM Band, RMB 1103, RM Headquarters, 16 October 1921, illness

HOPLEY, Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 7532, Lowestoft, 6 August 1928, illness

HOPPER, Edwin J, Able Seaman, 228745, Vivid, 8 December 1919, drowned

HOPTON, Albert W, Stoker Petty Officer, 294505, Victory, 17 December 1921, illness

HOPWOOD, John, Stoker 1c, K 19441, Agincourt, 17 September 1919, drowned

HORBURY, Norman, Engine Room Artificer 1c, D/M 14530, Caradoc, 5 September 1933, illness

HORGAN, William H, Chief Stoker, 308642, Weymouth, 16 August 1924, heat stroke, died

HORN, John E, Stoker Petty Officer, C/KX 88273, Sheldrake, 3 February 1939, accidentally killed

HORN, Stanley C A, Engine Room Artificer 1c, D/M 21453, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

HORNE, Charles H, Leading Stoker, K 29221, Vivid, 23 June 1919, drowned

HORNE, Charles W, Admiralty Civilian, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HORNE, John G, Lieutenant Colonel, RM, Chatham, 10 August 1929, illness

HORNE, Reginald J, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, D/M 19542, RN Hospital, Plymouth, 22 October 1928, illness

HORNE, William J D, Painter 1c, D/M 5158, Vivid, 2 April 1933, illness

HORNER, Frederick W, Chief Petty Officer, 199744, Carlisle, 10 November 1920, drowned

HORNSBY, Stanley H, Warrant Shipwright, Theseus, 23 November 1918, illness

HORNSSY, Frederick, Petty Officer, 116222, Vivid, 18 April 1923, illness

HORROCKS, Arthur R, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, M 34515, Fisgard, 9 November 1921, illness

HORSHAM, Sidney, Able Seaman, J 13230, Veteran, 19 January 1922, illness

HORSLER, Cyril G, Boy Servant, L 12399, President, 15 December 1919, illness

HORSLEY, Ernest W, Leading Cook's Mate, M 7602, Pembroke, 14 March 1919, illness

HORSMAN, Harry R, Admiralty Civilian, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HORSPOLE, John H, Able Seaman, J 108949, Pembroke, 9 September 1929, illness

HORSPOOL, Leslie G, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 6613, Pembroke, 29 March 1927, illness

HORSWELL, Alfred R, Petty Officer, J 16410, Vernon, 5 June 1928, illness

HORTON, Bertie W J, Leading Victualling Assistant, M 4640, Caroline, 10 June 1920, illness

HORTON, Edwin, Chief Stoker, 299022 (Dev), Hydrangea, 22 May 1919, illness in Hong Kong

HORTON, Horace W, Marine, X 560 (Ply), Queen Elizabeth, 8 April 1935, accidentally killed

HORTON, James A, Private, RMLI, 17932 (Ply), RM, 3rd Battalion, 1 December 1918, killed

HORTON, James, Able Seaman, J 102952, Hood, 25 November 1923, drowned

HOSEY, Edward, Stoker 1c, K 64954, Repulse, 11 July 1925, illness

HOSKIN, Albert L, Boy 2c, JX 126819, Impregnable, 1 January 1927, illness

HOSKING, Edward, civilian chargeman fitter, H.29, 9 August 1926, killed

HOSKING, Norman V, Marine, X 1743 (Ply), RM Plymouth Division, 6 January 1938, illness

HOSKINS, Alfred, Seaman, RNR, X 17783 A, St Delphine (Boscawen), 9 March 1939, collision, killed

HOSSEU, Said M, Officer's Cook 1c (no service number listed), Afrikander, 5 July 1920, illness

HOSTLER, Thomas W, Officer's Steward 2c, L 3592, Victory, 10 March 1920, illness

HOTHAM, Robert, Boy 2c, JX 153869, St Vincent, 23 January 1938, accidentally killed

HOTSTON, Albert, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 57765, Victory, 22 April 1933, illness

HOUFE, William L, Signalman, J 50197, Dolphin, 28 November 1922, illness

HOUGH, Harold J, Ordinary Seaman, J 115155, Benbow, 25 May 1927, illness

HOUGHTON, Charles A H, Able Seaman, D/J 51607, Vivid, 1 February 1931, illness

HOUGHTON, James E, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 5090, Colleen, 8 March 1919, illness

HOUGHTON, Reginald R R, Engineer Lieutenant, RNR, Camito, 27 February 1919, illness

HOUGHTON, Walter C, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 14971, Philomel, 23 December 1927, illness

HOULDSWORTH, Harold J, Sub Lieutenant, President, 23 February 1919, illness

HOULIHAN, James, Private, RM, S 14804 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 14 November 1918, illness

HOUNSEL, Stephen J P, Able Seaman, P/JX 139937, Royal Navy, 20 March 1938, illness

HOURIHANE, Daniel, Stoker 1c, K 56500, Thunderer, 23 March 1926, illness

HOURIHANE, Patrick, Leading Stoker, D/K 22319, Berwick, 2 April 1933, illness

HOUSE, Joseph, Engineer Lieutenant, Verulam, 4 September 1919, ship lost

HOUSE, Leslie V, Able Seaman, D/JX 135005, Hunter, 13 May 1937, mining, killed

HOUSE, Samuel J, Shipwright 2c, 344854, Auricula, 24 February 1919, illness

HOUSE, Samuel R, Chief Stoker, P/KX 88125, Royal Navy, 8 May 1936, died

HOW, Alfred, Stoker Petty Officer, K 3435, Wistaria, 27 December 1919, boat accident, drowned

HOW, Frank B, Private, RMLI, 9953 (Ch), Agincourt, 21 January 1919, died in UK

HOWARD, Albert J, Marine, 14972 (Po), Furious, 23 May 1926, illness

HOWARD, Alfred J, Able Seaman, C/JX 126592, Cardiff, 5 July 1937, illness

HOWARD, Andrew, Captain, RAF (ex-Assistant Paymaster, RNVR), RAF (ex-Caribbean), 28 October 1919, illness

HOWARD, Atholl C, Schoolmaster (CWO), Excellent, 28 February 1936, illness

HOWARD, Ernest, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 2125, Halcyon, 1 March 1919, illness

HOWARD, John, Greaser, MMR, 927433, Eaglet, 20 November 1918, illness

HOWARD, Ronald, Ordinary Seaman, C/SSX 18584, Pembroke, 10 January 1937, illness

HOWARD-CROCKETT, Edward W, Lieutenant, Wallflower, 13 December 1929, illness

HOWARTH, Edward R A, Cook, MMR, 803012, Redoubtable, 18 February 1919, illness

HOWE, Arthur G, Petty Officer, 209255, Gibraltar (ex-PC.72), 25 June 1921, illness

HOWE, Desmond J, Able Seaman, J 72191, Seawolf, 15 September 1921, illness

HOWE, Edward, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 13672, Speedy, 19 April 1921, illness

HOWE, Ernest S R, Boy 1c, J 101273, Weymouth, 1 June 1922, illness

HOWE, James W, Marine, 215519 (Po), RM Portsmouth Division, 8 September 1937, illness

HOWE, Thomas, Private, RMLI, S 6950 (Ch), President III, 4 December 1918, illness

HOWELL, Aubrey W J, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 58588, Barham, 9 March 1939, illness

HOWELL, David, Petty Officer Mechanic, F 2722, Armoured Car Division, Russia, 20 November 1918, illness in Syria

HOWELL, George H, Able Seaman, J 11297, Centurion, 31 July 1922, illness

HOWELL, George, Boy 1c, J 99576, Marlborough, 24 April 1922, illness

HOWELL, Harold G, Engine Room Artificer, D/MX 50785, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HOWELL, Harry, Able Seaman, J 92392, Vega, 14 November 1928, illness

HOWELL, Reginald, Stoker Petty Officer, K 18653, Ladybird, 8 October 1927, drowned

HOWELL, Thomas C S, Trimmer, RNR, TS 6651, Eaglet, 28 February 1920, illness

HOWELL, William J, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 269099, Seabear, 21 June 1919, illness

HOWELLS, Charles W, Seaman, RNR, A 2444, Trewta Y Tres, steamship, 4 January 1919, drowned

HOWES, George A, Able Seaman, J 105307, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

HOWES, James, Stoker 1c, K 23105 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

HOWLETT, Harold, Boy 2c, JX 145007, Ganges, 31 January 1936, illness

HOWLETT, Walter G, Boy 2c, J 113957, Ganges, 13 January 1926, illness

HOY, Alfred J, Officer's Cook 1c, 363365, Sarepta, 2 September 1919, illness

HOYE, Albert C, Stoker 1c, SS 125865, Victory, 27 November 1921, drowned

HOYLAND, Frederick A, Leading Seaman, P/J 108745, Excellent, 26 November 1931, road accident, killed

HOYLE, William, Shipwright 2c, M 7409, Marlborough, 12 August 1920, accident

 

HUBBARD, Frederick, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 3032, Vintage, 23 November 1918, illness

HUBBARD, John E, Ordinary Seaman, MMR, 909321, Eaglet, 19 April 1919, illness

HUBBER, Frederick G, Electrical Artificer 3c, D/M 46203, Defiance, 29 March 1931, illness

HUBBLE, Walter J H, Able Seaman, C/J 62699, Pembroke, 2 February 1938, illness

HUCKIN, Reginald A, Able Seaman, J 9676, M.1, submarine, 2 June 1921, drowned

HUDSON, Dudley J T, Leading Steward, C/LX 20555, Jervis, 29 August 1939, died

HUDSON, Herbert, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 55909, Stronghold, 23 August 1934, road accident, killed

HUDSON, John A, Engineer Commander, Vindictive, 1 August 1922, illness

HUDSON, John F, Leading Telegraphist, D/J 75323, Queen Elizabeth, 28 October 1933, illness

HUDSON, John S, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 141980, Barham, 9 December 1937, drowned

HUDSON, Joseph, Ordinary Seaman, J 111510, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

HUDSON, Nathaniel, Private, RM, S 2344 (Deal), RND, 149th (RN) Field Ambulance, RM Medical Unit, 27 November 1918, France, illness

HUGGETT, William H, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 62459, Delphinium, 10 January 1931, illness

HUGHES, Alfred S, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, D/M 12699, Danae, 31 May 1933, illness

HUGHES, Arthur F, Stoker 1c, K 56690, Durban, 28 August 1922, illness

HUGHES, Cecil H, Stoker 1c, P/KX 79864, Iron Duke, 5 November 1930, road accident, killed

HUGHES, Dick A, Petty Officer, J 11582, Impregnable, 28 September 1922, drowned

HUGHES, Ifor L, Lieutenant, RNR, Ramillies, 26 July 1926, illness

HUGHES, John F, Ordinary Seaman, P/SSX 23092, RN Barracks Portsmouth, 14 November 1937, died

HUGHES, Joseph C, Petty Officer Cook, P/MX 48198, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HUGHES, Robert S P, Able Seaman, 216567, Cricket, 28 July 1920, illness

HUGHES, Robert, Ordinary Seaman, J 99237, Ambrose, 11 June 1922, illness

HUGHES, Trevor H, Able Seaman, D/JX 130400, Adventure, 22 January 1935, illness

HUGHES, William H, Corporal, RM, 17759 (Ply), Diligence, 14 December 1925, illness

HUGHES, William, Able Seaman, SS 3214, Norseman, 22 February 1919, illness

HUGHES, William, Trimmer, MMR, 934705, Vindex, 19 March 1919, illness

HUGHES, Wilson, Marine, 17810 (Ply), Emperor of India, 20 February 1928, illness

HUGHSON, William, Seaman, RNR, B 4848, Valverda, steamship, 22 December 1918, illness

HULL, Herbert O, Leading Stoker, P/K 21458, Victory, 26 March 1931, accidentally killed

HULSE, George T, Able Seaman, J 98409, Marlborough, 23 October 1926, accidentally killed

HULSE, William, Boilermaker, MMR, 89596, Teutonic, 23 December 1918, illness

HUME, Frank, Telegraphist, J 28980, Pembroke, 23 October 1921, accident

HUME, John H D, Able Seaman, J 16805, Marlborough, 4 February 1929, illness

HUME, Walter J, Seaman, RNR, B 4017, Hawaker, steamship, 19 November 1918, illness

HUME, Wellington B, Engineer Commander, Carysfort, 17 January 1925, illness

HUME-GOODIER, Robert S, Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 6 November 1930, illness

HUMM, William, Leading Stoker, 303310, Victory II, 5 December 1919, illness

HUMPAGE, William T, Officer's Cook 1c, L 6176, New Zealand, 29 December 1918, illness

HUMPHREY, Frank A, Leading Stoker, P/K 65561, Osiris, 10 February 1931, illness

HUMPHREY, Frank, Steward, MMR (no service number listed), Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

HUMPHREY, Fred, Able Seaman, J 23348 (Po), Royal Sovereign, 6 July 1920, wounded on shore, DOW

HUMPHREY, George, Petty Officer, J 7069, Victory, 15 December 1925, illness

HUMPHREY, Wallace E, Telegraphist, J 60949, Victory, 27 October 1927, illness

HUMPHREYS, Arthur F, Paymaster Commander, Curacoa, 6 August 1935, illness

HUMPHREYS, Ernest E, Lieutenant, RNVR, Tarlair, 14 January 1919, accident

HUMPHREYS, James W, Marine, 22085 (Ch), Royal Sovereign, 2 July 1930, illness

HUMPHREYS, Thomas H, Signalman, 221190, Cambrian, 16 February 1919, illness

HUMPHREYS, William G, Leading Seaman, J 53757, Ramillies, 9 June 1928, illness

HUMPHRIES, Morgan, Able Seaman, 204595, Seabear, 5 June 1926, illness

HUMPHRYES, John, Able Seaman, J 25494, Hawkins, 20 September 1920, illness in Wei Hai Wei

HUNN, Leslie W, Admiralty Civilian, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

HUNT, Edward W C, Ordinary Seaman, J 48744 (Po), Ladybird, 2 October 1919, drowned

HUNT, Francis, Marine, 15139 (Ply), Erebus, 6 February 1930, died

HUNT, Frederick A, Chief Petty Officer, P/J 10673, Ladybird, 4 November 1932, illness

HUNT, Frederick, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 74, Indus, 3 February 1919, illness in RN Plymouth

HUNT, Herbert, Leading Seaman, J 79164, Pembroke, 31 December 1926, illness

HUNT, James, Seaman, Newfoundland RNR, X 1986, Vivid, 3 December 1918, illness

HUNT, John T, Warrant Engineer, Rugby, 22 September 1920, illness

HUNT, Percy S, Private, RMLI, 18181 (Ch), RND, 188th Brigade Machine Gun Company, 2 July 1919, discharged, accident in UK

HUNT, Richard H H, Officer's Steward 2c, L 5615, Oakley, 11 September 1919, road accident

HUNTER, Bessie S, Steward, WRNS, G 2066, Women's Royal Naval Service, 15 March 1919, illness in UK

HUNTER, George C, Leading Trimmer, RNR, ST 2555, Beluga, 15 February 1919, illness

HUNTER, Gordon, Leading Telegraphist, J 35039, Shikari, 18 June 1924, illness

HUNTER, John A, Telegraphist, P/J 112421, FAA, 822 Sqn, , aircraft No.918, Furious, 7 January 1936, air crash, killed

HUNTER, Joseph, Stoker 1c, K 6497, Pembroke, 14 March 1919, illness

HUNTER, Lucy A, Steward, WRNS, G 2508, WRNS, RAF Eastbourne, 18 November 1918, illness

HUNTER, William F, Supply Assistant, P/MX 46492, Victory, 2 June 1933, road accident, killed

HUNTINGFORD, George T, Able Seaman, J 13272, Barham, 16 October 1923, illness

HUNTINGFORD, Walter L, Lieutenant Colonel, RM, RM Deal, 17 March 1933, illness

HURD, Edwin G, Officer's Cook 1c, L 411, Dolphin, 29 April 1928, illness

HURLEY, Joseph, Able Seaman, J 12837, Pembroke, 2 July 1928, illness

HURN, Henry T, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 11515 (Po), Carlisle, 28 January 1921, illness in Hong Kong

HURR, James D, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 11974, Comrade, 14 November 1918, illness

HURST, Cecil C, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 4594, RND, Hood Battalion, 22 February 1919, illness in UK

HURST, George G, Stoker 2c, MC 956, Duchess of Richmond, 28 June 1919, ship lost

HUSKINSON, Herbert, Leading Stoker, C/KX 78924, Cairo, 5 November 1936, illness

HUSSEY, Percy, Boy Telegraphist, J 83490, King George V, 13 September 1919, illness

HUTCHENCE, Harry, Stoker 1c, K 22154 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

HUTCHIESON, George P, Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, Pactolus, 14 December 1920, illness

HUTCHINGS, Ernest, Able Seaman, J 41101 (Ch), Vittoria, 31 August 1919, ship lost

HUTCHINGS, Richard H, Chief Stoker, 302620, Birmingham, 10 March 1923, drowned

HUTCHINSON, Ernest H, Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 10 January 1920, illness

HUTCHINSON, George M, Able Seaman, D/SSX 16796, Hasty, 20 May 1939, illness

HUTCHINSON, Henry, Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 9 October 1920, illness

HUTCHINSON, Thomas, Private, RMLI, 21149 (Po), RM Headquarters, 8 April 1920, illness

HUTCHISON, George S H, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 21 January 1936, illness

HUTT, Ralph, Able Seaman, J 15181, Crocus, 15 August 1925, heat stroke, died

HUTT, Reuben J, Chief Yeoman of Signals, P/J 51430, Royal Navy, 26 August 1939, road accident, killed

HUTT, Victor S, Marine, X 1142 (Po), St Vincent, 7 January 1937, illness

HUTTON, Illtyd A R, Commander, Tamar, 2 April 1921, illness

HUTTON, James, Able Seaman, P/JX 139667, Resource, 21 November 1937, accidentally killed

HUTTON, John, Leading Stoker, 286939, Kildorrey, 14 January 1919, illness

HUXFORD, Edward, Leading Boatman, 204643, HM Coastguard Station Cleggan, 12 February 1919, illness

HUXLEY, Arthur G, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 271303, Renown, 9 March 1922, accidentally killed

HUXLEY, Robert, Chief Petty Officer, P/J 14199, Vernon, 15 December 1932, died

HUXTABLE, William, Stoker Petty Officer, 217062, Cambrian, 16 August 1921, drowned

HUZZEY, Herbert C, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 36944, Vindictive, 23 July 1929, accidentally killed

 

HYAMS, Philip, Stoker 1c, SS 117451, Chester, 17 December 1919, illness

HYATT, Archibald A, Cook, P/M 38493, Dunedin, 3 February 1939, illness

HYDE, Patrick, Stoker 1c, 300251, Spear, 25 September 1919, drowned

HYNE, Bernard S F, Marine, X 1498 (Po), RM Deal, 11 January 1935, illness

HYNES, James F, Leading Seaman, J 26607, New Zealand, 5 December 1919, illness

 

 

 

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IDDON, Austin N, Telegraphist, J 112380, Pembroke, 6 December 1929, illness

IDE, Frederick, Chief Stoker, 276281, Victory, 17 May 1919, illness

IDLE, Richard, Stoker Petty Officer, K 59696, Revenge, 13 July 1927, illness

 

IGUANEY, Antonio, Officer's Cook 1c, 363966, Warspite, 22 December 1929, illness

 

ILES, Alexander J E, Boy Servant, L 12074, Agamemnon, 19 August 1919, illness

ILIFF, Edward, Engineer Commander, Concord, 29 September 1932, illness

 

IMMS, David H, Commissioned Boatswain, Portsmouth Dockyard, 2 June 1927, illness

 

INCHCAPE, the Earl of, Honorary Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 23 May 1932, illness

INGLIS, William H, Officer's Cook, C/MX 59002, Pembroke II, 4 April 1939, illness

INGOLDSBY, George, Able Seaman, J 100648, Rodney, 29 May 1928, illness

INGRAM, Arthur J, Private, RMLI, 11964 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 20 January 1919, illness

INGRAM, Frederick, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 59866, Skipjack, 21 May 1937, illness

INIGHT, Walter, Leading Seaman, J 10959 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

 

IRLAM, Wilfred, Able Seaman, SS 2770, Leander, 1 March 1919, illness

IRONS, Harold R, Able Seaman, J 114442, Marshall Soult, 4 August 1929, illness

IRVEN, Herbert, Chief Stoker, 308877, Tomahawk, 5 August 1922, illness

IRVEN, Paul L H D, Lieutenant, FAA, 462 Sqn, Glorious, 25 April 1932, air crash, killed

IRVINE, James, Greaser, MMR, 886886, Ireland, 7 January 1919, drowned

IRVINE, Walter R, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 31608, Ramillies, 9 March 1919, illness

IRWIN, Hugh, Able Seaman, 229237, Afrikander, 9 November 1921, illness

 

ISAAC, David, Stoker, RNR, S 4910, Attentive III, 28 November 1918, illness

ISAAC, Frederick W, Chief Gunner, Changuinola, 30 January 1919, drowned

ISAACS, George J, Officer's Cook 2c, L 5485, Pembroke, 15 August 1922, illness

ISAACSON, Egerton W, Captain, Victory, 31 August 1929, illness

ISMAIL, Abubakar, Seedie, 2/354, Folkestone, 18 March 1931, illness

ISOM, Arthur W, Leading Seaman, J 8084, Ramillies, 1 October 1920, illness

 

IVEAGH, Earl, Honorary Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 7 October 1927, illness

IVES, Sydney J, Leading Seaman, J 24083, Diomede, 4 March 1923, illness

 

IZZARD, Cyril R, Telegraphist, J 44080, Pembroke, 14 October 1922, road accident, killed

IZZARD, Henry W, Engineman, RNR, TS 623, Pavlova, 17 December 1918, illness

IZZARD, Thomas, Private, RMLI, 15267 (Ch), Sapphire, 12 December 1918, illness

 

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