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

by Name - SABISTON to ZAMMIT

HMS Sheffield, light cruiser, lost two of her crew to
illness in 1938 (Navy Photos, click to enlarge)

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Notes:

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

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(3) Click here for Year-by-Year lists in the Casualties Homepage where more information may be found

 

 

 

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SABISTON, James, Trimmer, RNR, TS 6291, Victorious, 24 November 1919, illness

SACKREE, Albert, Blacksmith 1c, 304140, Pembroke, 7 March 1920, accident

SADD, Charles W J, Commissioned Gunner, Harebell, 15 September 1935, illness

SADLE, Reginald C, Leading Seaman, J 29087, Ramillies, 24 November 1925, illness

SADLER, Frederick, Able Seaman, RNVR, KP 874, RND, Anson Battalion, 15 November 1918, discharged, illness in UK

SAFE (none second name listed), Seedie, X 53, Birmingham, 30 October 1924, illness

SAID, Mohammed B, Steward, L 15173, Flora, 25 January 1933, illness

SAINSBURY, Leonard J, Supply Assistant, M 38220, Victory, 12 August 1927, illness

SAINSBURY, Walter H, Chief Officer, HMCG, HM Coast Guard, 2 November 1922 (cause of death not listed)

SALAH, Abdullah B, Seedie (no service number listed), Flora, 1 November 1923, illness

SALES, Arthur J, Petty Officer, J 13923, Hood, 19 November 1928, illness

SALIBA, Carmelo, Able Seaman, J 95744, Europa, 19 December 1919, illness

SALISBURY, James, Gunner, Vivid, 11 March 1920, illness

SALISBURY, William W, Able Seaman, J 97120, Curlew, 1 June 1926, illness

SALLEY, Cyril J, Private, RMLI, 16659 (Ply), RM Headquarters, 22 April 1920, accident

SALMOND, Rawdon F G, Lieutenant, RAF Training Base Leuchars, Scotland, 22 June 1927, air crash, killed

SALMOND, William A C, Lieutenant Commander, Whirlwind, 20 March 1921, illness

SALTER, Ernest J, Stoker 1c, K 24355, Vivid, 30 August 1926, died

SAMMONS, Frank, Petty Officer, 218503, Pembroke, 24 January 1924, illness

SAMMUT, Constantino, Officer's Steward 2c, L 14987, Adamant, 7 October 1925, killed

SAMPHIER, Frank, Private, RMLI, 20648 (Po), RM Headquarters, 2 October 1921, illness

SAMPSHIRE, Thomas C, Stoker 1c, K 58448, Marlborough, 7 March 1926, illness

SAMPSON, Archibald C, Officer's Steward 1c, 361436, Vivid (ex-Valorous), 25 March 1921, illness

SAMPSON, Arthur E R, Able Seaman, J 46212, L.12, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

SAMPSON, James, Boy 2c, JX 158483, Caledonia, 22 June 1938, illness

SAMUEL, Jack, Assistant Cook, MMR (no service number listed), Langton, 1 January 1919, illness in Greece

SAMUEL, John, Chief Petty Officer, J 4791, Voyager, 30 October 1928, torpedo accident, killed

SAMUELS, Arthur, Able Seaman, 362723, Mollusc, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 21 November 1918, illness

SANDEL, George W, Boy 2c, J 94638, Ganges II, 10 March 1919, illness

SANDEMAN, John G, Honorary Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 1 December 1921, illness

SANDERS, Arnold E, Cook, MMR, 550781, Elmol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 13 May 1919, illness

SANDERS, Frederick J, Able Seaman, J 56750, Fantome, 12 August 1921, illness

SANDERS, Herbert, Engine Room Artificer, D/MX 49136, Regent, 18 October 1938, illness

SANDERS, James, Private, RMLI, 14064 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 1 April 1921, illness

SANDERS, Thomas, Stoker Petty Officer, 300974, Vivid, 16 September 1919, illness

SANDERSON, David, Able Seaman, C/JX 148081, RN Hospital, Capetown, 18 February 1939, illness

SANDERSON, Harold A, Honorary Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 26 February 1932, illness

SANDFORD, Francis H, Captain, Admiralty, Plans Division, 15 February 1926, illness

SANDFORD, Richard D, Lieutenant, G.11, submarine, 23 November 1918, illness

SANDS, William, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 4145, RND, Hood Battalion, 13 November 1918, German prisoner of war, illness

SANDY, Walter E, Stoker 1c, K 24214, Ganges, 8 March 1920, illness

SANKEY, Edward F, Telegraphist, RNVR, Mersey Z 1965, Ethelwulf, 1 December 1918, mined

SANSOM, Harry, Able Seaman, 203674, TB.98, torpedo boat, 13 September 1919, illness

SARGENT, John, Stoker 2c, D/KX 90084, Drake, 14 January 1937, illness

SATCHELL, George E, Leading Cook's Mate, M 8061, Lord Nelson, 9 December 1918, accident, DOI

SATTERFORD, Richard D, Chief Petty Officer Writer, D/M 19148, Queen Elizabeth, 4 August 1930, illness

SAUER, Frederick J, Leading Seaman, SS 1647, President III, 20 February 1919, illness

SAUNDERS, Albert E, Petty Officer, 149374, Vivid, 13 June 1919, illness

SAUNDERS, Alexander F, Telegraphist, J 96342, Vulcan, 6 February 1924, illness

SAUNDERS, Alfred E, Trimmer Cook, RNR, TE 725, Raymont, 22 November 1918, illness

SAUNDERS, Alfred J, Shipwright 3c, 345351, Assistance, 31 July 1919, illness

SAUNDERS, Algernon H, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, M 2473, RN Hospital, Bermuda, 8 July 1930, accidentally killed

SAUNDERS, Arthur, Stoker, P/KX 76060, Royal Fleet Wing, Plymouth, 22 August 1937, illness

SAUNDERS, Charles, Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist, 201032, President, 27 June 1923, illness

SAUNDERS, Ernest J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 11571, St Vincent, 24 December 1918, illness

SAUNDERS, George H, Able Seaman, P/JX 126228, Nelson, 12 February 1931, illness

SAUNDERS, George W, Leading Seaman, 210574, Highflyer, 11 February 1921, illness

SAUNDERS, Henry, Yeoman of Signals, P/J 13571, Dolphin, 21 August 1931, illness

SAUNDERS, James, Able Seaman, J 34737, Columbine, 27 March 1919, illness

SAUNDERS, John H, Private, RMLI, 12164 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 24 November 1918, illness

SAUNDERS, Leonard, Able Seaman, J 37056, Pontefract, 18 January 1919, illness

SAUNDERS, Robert, Master at Arms, 196653, Egmont, 3 November 1919, illness

SAUNDERS, Sidney S, Officer's Chief Cook, L 686, Cyclops, 13 February 1919, illness

SAUNDERS, Sydney, Marine, 13829 (Ch), Constance, 14 September 1923, road accident, killed

SAUNDERS, William, Mechanician, K 426, Ceres, 8 May 1925, illness

SAVAGE, Arthur W, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 3487, Ship or unit not listed, 16 May 1921, illness

SAVAGE, Arthur, Able Seaman, C/J 100974, Royal Navy, 9 December 1934, illness

SAVAGE, James T, Able Seaman, J 44609, Hope, 27 June 1919, died

SAVAGE, Robert, Leading Seaman, J 30724, Queen Elizabeth, 28 April 1929, illness

SAVILL, Jack H, Able Seaman, SS 9463, Valerian, 4 January 1922, accidentally killed

SAVILLE, Ernest R B, Chief Writer, 345591, Victory, 20 August 1920, illness

SAVILLE, Percy S, Stoker 1c, K 10730, Impregnable, 27 June 1926, accidentally killed

SAVILLE, Samuel J, Able Seaman, SS 7258, Vivacious, 24 January 1921, illness

SAVORY, Ernest, Able Seaman, 213258, Valerian, 20 November 1918, illness

SAWLE, Walter, Boy 2c, J 93962, Impregnable, 25 February 1919, illness

SAWNEY, Ronald, Ordinary Seaman, JX 129209, Nelson, 9 October 1929, drowned

SAWYER, Herbert J, Chief Petty Officer, C/JX 152928, Dolphin, 22 May 1937, illness

SAWYER, Lewis C, Able Seaman, J 8399, Pembroke, 1 November 1919, illness

SAWYER, Reginald S, Able Seaman, P/JX 137877, Victory, 27 December 1936, illness

SAXBY, Douglas A E, Boy 2c, J 94174, Powerful, 4 March 1919, illness

SAYER, George S, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18561, Queen, 18 December 1918, illness

SAYERS, Charles A, Able Seaman, J 31401, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

SAYLE, James, Seaman, RNR, A 10182, Britannia, RN College, Dartmouth, 11 April 1924, illness

 

SCAIFE, Irving, Stoker 1c, SS 120477, Columbine, 17 April 1922, illness

SCAIFE, John D, Stoker, RNR, T 2431, Ocean Hope, 25 January 1919, drowned

SCANLON, John, Able Seaman, SSX 17110, Royal Navy, 17 October 1938, illness

SCANTLEBURY, Robert A, Leading Stoker, D/K 62794, Caledon, 6 November 1933, illness

SCARLETT, Bernard R, Able Seaman, J 104660, Eagle, 24 May 1929, road accident, killed

SCARLETT, George J H, Corporal, RM, 16605 (Po), Iron Duke, 23 January 1930, illness

SCARTH, George L, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

SCHEPENS, Ferdinand, Private, RMLI, 12825 (Po), Barham, 18 August 1920, died

SCHJONEMAN, Laurtiz P, Chief Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 11 May 1932, illness

SCHLOSSER, Robert E, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 22 February 1925, illness

SCHOFIELD, James, Private, RMLI, 11561 (Po), Warrior, 23 December 1918, illness in USA

SCHOFIELD, Wilfred, Able Seaman, SS 9727, Vivid, 26 June 1920, illness

SCHOLES, Henry P, Lieutenant, Diomede, 7 February 1923, illness

SCHUBERT, Frederick W H, Private, RM, S 337 (Deal), RM Deal, 18 March 1920, illness

SCOREY, Ernest J, Able Seaman, 231624, Barham, 24 February 1926, accidentally killed

SCOREY, Percival L, Warrant Shipwright, Curacao, 1 December 1918, illness

SCOTCHER, Cyril G, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Welland, 16 March 1919, illness

SCOTCHER, Percy E, Gunner, RMA, RMA S 1967, RM, 3rd Battalion, 27 November 1918, illness in Imbros

SCOTT, Alfred W, Marine, 22359 (Ch), Valiant, 23 January 1933, illness

SCOTT, Arthur, Able Seaman, J 78912, Renown, 30 January 1919, illness

SCOTT, Charles, Stoker 1c, K 15386, Espiegle, 9 May 1923, illness

SCOTT, Edgar J, Leading Stoker, K 5724, Lilac, 15 November 1918, illness

SCOTT, George E D, Petty Officer, J 9020, Velox, 15 February 1919, illness

SCOTT, George H, Marine, 22916 (Ch), RM Barracks Chatham, 31 August 1937, accidentally killed

SCOTT, George W, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, London Z 6108, Pembroke, 25 February 1919, illness

SCOTT, Henry J, Surgeon Lieutenant, Cricket, 14 December 1928, drowned

SCOTT, Henry T, Chief Petty Officer, 212649, Excellent, 11 January 1920, died

SCOTT, Percival G, Senior Reserve Attendant, M 10047, Ganges, 31 March 1919, illness

SCOTT, S (initial only) A, Major, RM, Royal Marines, 29 January 1938, illness (listed in Navy Lists Obituary, but not in Active or Retired Index Lsts)

SCOTT, Samuel, Warrant Engineer, Ark Royal, 5 June 1920, illness

SCOTT, Thomas L, Engineer Commander, Rochester, 30 September 1933, illness

SCOTT, Victor G, Lieutenant (E), Antelope, 16 February 1938, illness

SCOTT, William H, Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 1655, Royal Sovereign, 14 April 1928, accidentally killed

SCOTT, William J, Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, ML.364, motor launch, 23 April 1919, illness

SCOVELL, Albert C, Stoker 1c, P/K 65231, Curacoa, 26 September 1932, illness

SCRACE, Harold W, Able Seaman, J 97275, Calcutta, 15 September 1929, illness

SCRAGG, William A, Regulating Petty Officer, M 37148, Pembroke, 2 November 1923, illness

SCREECH, William, Able Seaman, J 66673, Pegasus, 12 November 1918, illness

SCRIBBENS, Cecil W T, Leading Stoker, 304677, Concord, 24 June 1919, illness

SCRIVNER, Harold, Able Seaman, J 20222 (Dev), Lucia, 19 June 1920, boat accident, drowned

SCULLIN, John, Signalman, RNVR, Clyde 1/199, Vivid III, 24 February 1919, illness in UK

SCULLY, James, Stoker, RAN, 5738, Australia (RAN), 7 September 1920, illness

 

SEABROOK, Archibald W, Commissioned Gunner, Royal Navy, 14 May 1938, illness

SEAGRAVE, Percy G, Painter 1c, M 5138, Repulse, 27 April 1927, illness

SEAL, Jack, Ordinary Seaman, J 74031, Pembroke, 24 March 1919, died

SEALE, Henry, Officer's Steward 2c, South African, Y 5, Birmingham, 6 February 1921, illness

SEALY, Douglas C, Lieutenant, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

SEAMAN, Ernest, Artificer Engineer, Britannia, 15 December 1918, ship lost, DOW in UK

SEAR, William R T, Scullion, MMR, 877632, Serbol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 24 November 1918, illness

SEARLE, Frederick, Able Seaman, J 91327, Excellent, 6 December 1925, road accident, killed

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

SEARLES, Walter, Able Seaman, J 25694 (Ch), Vittoria, 31 August 1919, ship lost

SECKER, Thomas J, Able Seaman, C/J 114050, Pembroke, 3 July 1933, road accident, killed

SEDDALL, Harry V, Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 4 July 1930, illness

SELBY, George L, Leading Seaman, J 90116, Teazer, 21 August 1929, road accident, killed

SELFE, Alfred T, Ordinary Seaman, P/SSX 16449, Fury, 12 August 1936, illness

SELLEY, Samuel G, Sailmaker's Mate, 149321, Glorious, 18 January 1924, illness

SELLICK, Leslie J, Able Seaman, J 49989, Liverpool, 7 December 1918, illness

SELLS, Charles H, Petty Officer, D/J 21262, Proteus, 18 September 1933, accidentally killed

SELMAN, George J, Leading Seaman, C/J 114881, Curlew, 6 March 1936, illness

SELWAY, Henry J, Chief Electrical Artificer 1c, 344628, Sarepta, 25 August 1919, illness

SELWAY, Upton, Petty Officer, 227897, Neptune, 30 November 1918, illness

SENNETT, George H C, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 270992, Titania, 10 April 1923, illness

SEPHTON, George, Telegraphist, RNVR, Mersey Z 3633, President IV, 24 November 1918, illness

SERCOMBE, William H, Able Seaman, J 1271, Vanquisher, 5 September 1922, illness

SERVANT, Harold D, Private, RMLI, S 458 (Ch), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 3 January 1919, ex-prisoner of war, illness in Holland

SERVICE, John G, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 132024, Queen Elizabeth, 15 December 1931, illness

SESSFORD, James H, Engineer Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 15 September 1927, illness

SEVERS, Fred, Signalman, P/JX 133233, Sandwich, 19 July 1935, illness

SEWARD, Ernest J, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 4121, Sunflower, 6 February 1919, illness

SEWARD, Reginald W J, Able Seaman, D/J 88015, Cricket, 24 September 1932, illness

SEXTON, John, Leading Seaman, J 24832 (Dev), Fox, 2 July 1919, mine explosion

SEXTON, Sidney W, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 11523, Ajax, 11 May 1925, illness

SEYBURN, David, Telegraphist, J 27892, Marlborough, 23 November 1922, stabbed, killed

SEYMOUR, George, Stoker 1c, K 24204 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

SEYMOUR, Joseph C, Private, RM, S 12473 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 16 February 1919, illness

SEYMOUR, Ralph F, Commander, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 4 October 1922, illness

 

SHACKLEFORD, Harry E, Stoker 1c, P/K 63177, Vindictive, 19 September 1932, illness

SHAMGAMA, Abuda, Seedie, X 252, Flora, 29 July 1929, illness

SHANKLEY, Richard, Leading Seaman, J 7876, Marlborough, 30 December 1921, illness

SHANNON, William, Leading Seaman, RNR, B 5107, Nero, steamship, 6 December 1918, drowned

SHARKEY, Walter, Signalman, J 39913, Victory, 8 October 1919, illness

SHARMAN, George H, Signalman, SX 61, RN Shore Signal Station, Spurn Point, 8 January 1934, illness

SHARMAN, Herbert V, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18372, Halcyon II, 5 December 1918, illness

SHARMAN, John A, Telegraphist, J 38974 (Ch), Frostaxe, 29 April 1919, ship lost

SHARMAN, John R, Stoker 1c, C/K 65522, Pembroke, 12 June 1935, died

SHARMAN, Laurence C, Commander, Admiralty Torpedo Depot, 31 December 1932, illness

SHARP, Alfred E, Officer's Steward 1c, 359227 (Ch), Starfish, 29 October 1919, drowned

SHARP, Francis R G, Leading Seaman, RNVR, London Z 2833, RND, Hawke Battalion, 1 December 1918, illness in UK

SHARP, James, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 8330, Westgate, steamship, 8 January 1919, ship lost

SHARP, William, Chief Stoker, 291284, Royal Oak, 26 July 1920, illness

SHARPE, George E, Stoker 2c, KX 79754, Victory, 27 April 1929, illness

SHARPE, George, Leading Stoker, P/K 59370, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

SHARPLIN, George W, Warrant Engineer, Royal Navy, 27 September 1934, illness

SHAW, Fred, Stoker Petty Officer, K 7917, Sirdar, 10 February 1928, illness

SHAW, George W, Coastguardsman 3c, 278674, Victory, 10 August 1922, illness

SHAW, Harold J, Paymaster Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 12 February 1931, illness

SHAW, Norman, Stoker 1c, C/K 64933, Shropshire, 23 July 1931, accidentally killed

SHAW, Robert J, Able Seaman, 217865, Vivid, 1 February 1925, illness

SHAW, William F, Engine Room Artificer 2c, 271948 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

SHAW, William, Stoker 1c, K 18174, Dolphin, 30 April 1928, illness

SHAWYER, Frederick W, Marine, 18993 (Po), Victoria & Albert, 6 March 1930, illness

SHEARER, Frederick, Able Seaman, J 30199 (Po), Torch, 25 December 1918, drowned

SHEARS, Reuben G, Commissioned Supply Officer, Vivid, 23 December 1932, illness

SHEATH, Ernest K, Petty Officer, J 1828, Victory, 10 June 1926, illness

SHEEHAN, Edric W, Stoker Petty Officer, D/KX 79775, Drake, 23 February 1939, illness

SHEEHAN, Francis P O, Able Seaman, D/J 36681, Royal Navy, 17 August 1935, illness

SHEEHAN, Henry J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 13726, Protea, 2 April 1926, drowned

SHEEN, Harold, Marine, 22355 (Ply), Cormorant, 19 September 1936, illness

SHEERAN, Charles, Greaser, MMR, 713819, Francol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 27 December 1919, boat accident, drowned

SHEPHARD, Frederick E, Petty Officer Cook, 347798, Barham, 28 July 1923, illness

SHEPHARD, Reginald S, Able Seaman, J 99766, Diomede, 20 May 1925, drowned

SHEPHEARD, William F H, Chief Petty Officer, D/JX 148414, Drake, 15 March 1936, accidentally killed

SHEPHERD, Edward N S, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 13423, Colleen, 25 November 1918, illness

SHEPHERD, Moses, Leading Seaman, J 44339, Whitley, 13 July 1924, drowned

SHEPHERD, William K, Boy 2c, J 155466, Caledonia, 30 November 1937, illness

SHEPPARD, John W, Able Seaman, 179962 (Po), Royal Sovereign, 22 November 1919, drowned

SHEPPARD, Stanley H, 2nd Writer, M 27905, Victory, 22 July 1922, illness

SHEPPARD, William C, Petty Officer, J 5572 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

SHERIDAY, John E, Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist, D/J 33153, Montrose, 3 October 1935, illness

SHERRIFF, John W, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 5254, President III, 1 March 1919, illness

SHERROCKS, Sydney, Leading Stoker, P/K 59646, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

SHERRY, Francis J, Boy 1c, J 100577, Erin, 24 April 1922, illness

SHERRY, William, Private, RM, S 11677 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 11 December 1918, illness

SHIELDS, John E, Stoker 1c, SS 118468, Marlborough, 23 January 1923, illness

SHIELDS, Robert, Petty Officer 1c, 137680, Pembroke VII, 21 December 1919, drowned

SHIELS, George, Stoker 1c, P/KX 76611, Victory, 15 September 1937, illness

SHIMMIN, Robert F, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 11025, Fifinella, hired trawler, 26 November 1918, illness

SHIPLEY, Alexander W, Sergeant, RMLI, 9115 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 23 March 1919, illness in UK

SHIRES, John E, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 45253, Fisgard, 28 March 1928, illness

SHIRLEY, Donald M E, Ordinary Seaman, J 70973, Marlborough, 2 September 1919, illness

SHIRLEY, Gerald A, Stoker 1c, K 19504, Clematis, 15 April 1928, died

SHIRLEY, Henry C, Boy 2c, J 93559, Powerful, 28 December 1918, illness

SHOEBRIDGE, Henry F, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 269037, Platypus, 12 September 1920, illness

SHOOBRIDGE, Ernest A, Signalman, J 51841, Pembroke I, 3 January 1927, road accident, killed

SHORE, William E, Leading Stoker, K 62747, Benbow, 23 September 1927, died

SHORTER, Leonard F T, Supply Chief Petty Officer, P/M 37639, RN Hospital, Haslar, 19 October 1938, illness

SHORTER, Leonard W, Boy 2c, J 93796, Ganges, 4 March 1919, illness

SHORTER, Robert F, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 6001, RND, Anson Battalion, 12 November 1918, France, DOW in UK

SHORTMAN, James H, Ordinary Seaman, J 77887, Challenger, 10 December 1918, illness

SHRAPNELL, Arthur F, Able Seaman, J 26736 (Dev), Cassandra, 5 December 1918, ship lost

SHRUBSALL, William W M, Chief Sick Berth Steward, 140885, Pembroke, 7 February 1919, illness

SHUE, Wah, Officer's Steward 3c (no service number listed), Tamar, 23 February 1924, illness

  SHUNG, Ho, Officer's Steward, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, lost

SHUTE, William H, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 6805, Europa, 27 November 1918, illness

SHUTT, Edward P, Able Seaman, D/J 98403, Adventure, 5 August 1931, accidentally killed

SHUTTLEWORTH, Stanley, Able Seaman, D/SSX 15187, Diamond, 18 November 1938, sampan accident, died

 

SIBLEY, Cyril V W, Able Seaman, P/J 19127, Resolution, 13 January 1934, illness

SIBLEY, Eric R, Signalman, RAN, 460, Ascania, 23 February 1919

SIBLEY, John R, Fireman, MMR (no service number listed), Liberty IV, 24 November 1918, illness

SIBLEY, Walter, Marine, 124709, Royal Marines, 10 February 1936, road accident, killed

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

SIDLEY, William, Able Seaman, J 10846, Wivern, 19 January 1922, illness

SILCOCK, Frederick W S, Able Seaman, J 16490, Benbow, 3 January 1926, died

SILCOCK, Thomas R, Leading Signalman, RNVR, Wales Z 668, President IV, 25 March 1919, illness

SILLAR, David A C, Lieutenant, Courageous, 27 October 1930, deck accident, DOI

SILLENCE, Ernest, Bugler, 15575 (Ch), Royal Marines HQ, 10 December 1924, illness

SIM, Ah, Stoker (no service number listed), Woodlark, 30 September 1919, drowned

SIM, James, Stoker 1c, D/KX 80799, Caledonia, 3 February 1938, road accident, killed

SIMKINS, Albert T, Stoker 1c, KX 76998, Vivid, 2 October 1927, illness

SIMM, Moses, Able Seaman, D/SSX 13487, Adventure, 14 April 1936, illness

SIMMONDS, Albert, Boy 2c, JX 141179, Ganges, 28 March 1934, illness

SIMMONDS, Arthur H, Trimmer, RNR, TS 1966, Pembroke, 9 December 1918, illness

SIMMONDS, Samuel, Officer's Steward 2c, L 2083, Kempenfelt, 13 May 1920, illness

SIMMONDS, William L, Stoker 1c, K 44781, Roxburgh, 11 December 1918, illness

SIMMONS, Ernest F, Able Seaman, J 27761, Dolphin (ex-Arethusa), 10 February 1919, illness in UK

SIMMONS, Joseph, Private, RM, S 8820 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 25 March 1919, accident in UK

SIMMONS, Leonard, Stoker 1c, K 66047, Hawkins, 10 August 1926, accidentally killed

SIMONS, James, Leading Stoker, D/K 21515, Resolution, 6 January 1933, died

SIMONS, William, Stoker Petty Officer, 302622, Westcott, 15 February 1921, illness

SIMPKIN, Joseph A, Sergeant, RMLI, 12439 (Ch), RM, 3rd Battalion, 16 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

SIMPKINS, Leslie C, Ordinary Seaman, J 74969, Victory, 18 May 1922, illness

SIMPSON, Alfred, Blacksmith 4c, M 37793, Queen Elizabeth, 17 May 1926, accidentally killed

SIMPSON, Charles E, Regulating Petty Officer, 237028, Magnolia, 7 January 1924, illness

SIMPSON, Charles H, Gunner, RMA, RMA 15954, RM Eastney, 23 December 1919, illness

SIMPSON, Gibson W, Lieutenant, Medusa, 26 March 1926, illness

SIMPSON, James, Engineman, RNR, TS 3336, Pembroke, 26 February 1919, illness

SIMPSON, John, Able Seaman, J 2683, Pembroke, 27 February 1919, illness

SIMPSON, Peter, Colour Sergeant, RMA, RMA 1985 (RFR A), RMA Battalion, 17 April 1919, discharged, illness in UK

SIMPSON, Walter, Able Seaman, J 51382, Collingwood, 24 November 1918, illness

SIMS, Cecil F, Private, RMLI, S 2205 (Po), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 11 February 1919, illness in UK

SIMS, Edward E, Gunner, RMA (RMR B 1259), RMA 9544, DEMS Gunner, on books of President III, Konakry, steamship, 1 December 1918, collision

SIMS, Edward T, Electrical Artificer 3c, M 36225, Hood, 16 June 1926, illness

SIMS, Edward, Stoker 1c, C/K 66438, Scarborough, 12 April 1935, died

SIMS, Frank, Telegraphist, J 34970, Foresight, 5 January 1919, illness

SIMS, Henry T, Stoker 1c, K 22447 (Ch), Moorhen, 15 August 1920, illness in Hong Kong

SIMS, John H, Engine Room Artificer 3c, P/M 35324, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

SIMS, Thomas J, Able Seaman, J 61241, Kruger, 27 July 1919, drowned

SINCLAIR, Robert J, Gunner, Conqueror, 18 February 1919, illness

SING, Yes H, Able Seaman (no service number listed), Tamar, 11 October 1930, illness

SINKINS, James, Chief Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 14 January 1932, illness

SINNOT, William, Trimmer, RNR, TS 7316, Caldy, 10 December 1918, illness

SISK, Richard, Boy 2c, JX 129690, Impregnable, 16 March 1928, illness

SITWELL, Peter S L, Paymaster Midshipman, Ramilles, 6 August 1937, illness

SIVITER, George, Stoker 1c, K 11842, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

 

SKEA, Patrick, Stoker 1c, K 754, Maidstone, 19 June 1922, illness

SKEET, Henry T, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 59513, Cornwall, 11 February 1932, illness

SKELT, William P, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 34508, Pembroke, 4 September 1925, illness

SKELTON, Charles T W, Able Seaman, J 12923, Gnat, 1 September 1926, drowned

SKEWS, Nathaniel R H, Leading Seaman, J 93752, Marlborough, 4 November 1926, illness

SKILLERN, Reginald R, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 35040, Dolphin, 1 November 1926, illness

SKINGSLEY, Ronald S, Marine, X 899 (Ply), Royal Oak, 15 December 1937, illness

SKINNER, Arthur, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 18614, Ganges, 6 November 1932, illness

SKINNER, Benjamin, 1st Writer, 347122, Attentive II, 7 December 1918, died

SKINNER, Frederick, Signalman, J 68143, Capetown, 5 September 1924, drowned

SKINNER, George, Assistant Cook, MMR, 926367, Princess Ena, 13 December 1918, died

SKINNER, Harry C, Ordinary Seaman, P/SSX 23413, Victory, 25 January 1938, illness

SKINNER, John G, Armourer, M 5198, Crocus, 31 October 1924, died

SKINNER, John J, Marine, 216487 (Po), Tiger, 14 March 1924, illness

SKINNER, Robert R, Private, RMLI, 21403 (Ch), RM, 3rd Battalion, 3 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

SKINNER, William, Boy 2c, J 101626, Impregnable, 5 May 1921, illness

SKITTLE, William F, Chief Stoker, 312059, Hermes, 17 March 1926, illness

 

SLACK, Frederick C, Chief Petty Officer, P/J 14245, Dundee, 22 June 1933, illness

SLACK, John, Private, RMLI, 10043 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 17 January 1919, illness in UK

SLADE, Clifford S, Boy 1c, J 96081, Resolution, 28 January 1921, illness

SLADE, Harry, Able Seaman, 167464 (Dev), Valiant, 19 February 1920, drowned

SLADE, John H, Stoker 1c, K 6773 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

SLASOR, Edward, Stoker 1c, P/K 66205, Folkestone, 7 July 1931, accidentally killed

SLATER, Guy B S, Lieutenant, Ganges, 7 December 1938, illness

SLATER, Matthew W, Engineman, RNR, TS 2157, Coningsby, 13 November 1918, drowned

SLATER, Reginald G, Boy 1c, J 93226, Malaya, 7 October 1919, illness

SLATTER, John I, Able Seaman, SS 4314, Tintagel, 26 January 1919, drowned

SLATTERY, Ernest J, Stoker 1c, C/K 9976, Pembroke, 24 June 1932, illness

SLAUGHTER, Harry G, Stoker 1c, SS 124145, Endeavour, 28 June 1921, illness

SLAYFORD, Ernest, Able Seaman, C/J 90496, Medway, 20 April 1935, illness

SLAYMAKER, William T, Signalman, J 12533, Lucia, 26 March 1920, illness

SLEATH, James W, Ordinary Seaman, SS 8121 (Ch), Dragon, 17 October 1919, shore action near Riga

SLEE, Frederick, Stoker Petty Officer, K 157, Vesper, 2 December 1918, illness

SLOAN, Hugh, Leading Stoker, K 24060, Greenwich, 2 November 1929, illness

 

SMALE, Andrew C, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 3152, Vivid, 16 November 1920, illness

SMALE, Reginald F, Leading Seaman, J 43418, Caradoc, 19 March 1927, illness

SMALE, Richard G A, Boatswain, King George V, 10 November 1921, illness

SMALE, Sydney C, Ordnance Artificer 4c, D/M 37937, Vivid, 25 August 1932, illness

SMALES, Joseph F, Yeoman of Signals, D/J 22885, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

SMALL, Ernest E, Petty Officer, 238010, Victory, 10 January 1926, illness

SMALL, John E, Gunner, RMA, RMA 14079, Renown, 24 September 1921, illness

SMALLBONE, Alfred, Stoker 1c, K 39531 (Po), Nugent, 27 November 1918, drowned

SMART, Frederick T, Chief Petty Officer, 234844, Dolphin, 13 June 1929, died

SMART, Henry J, Stoker 1c, K 18164, H.42, 23 March 1922, ship loss, died

SMART, Percy, Private, RMLI, S 1946 (Po), RM, 3rd Battalion, 16 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

SMART, Thomas W L, Able Seaman, JX 127578, Shakespeare, 7 July 1929, illness

SMEE, Frederick J, Stoker 1c, D/KX 85130, Rodney, 19 November 1935, illness

SMITH, Albert G, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 5695, RND, 1st RM Battalion, attached Nelson Battalion, 22 November 1918, German prisoner of war, illness

SMITH, Albert H, Able Seaman, J 22170, Dwarf, 2 December 1924, drowned

SMITH, Albert, Able Seaman, RNVR, Mersey Z 1325, Plasma, steamship, 22 November 1918, illness

SMITH, Albert, Stoker 1c, K 67118, Alresford, 1 June 1927, illness

SMITH, Albert, Stoker Petty Officer, K 331, Vivid, 17 March 1923, illness

SMITH, Alec, Musician, RMB, RMB 1910, Royal Oak, 4 September 1920, illness

SMITH, Alfred H, Leading Seaman, D/J 80062, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

SMITH, Alfred V, Writer, P/MX 47197, Excellent, 29 October 1933, died

SMITH, Algie A, Stoker Petty Officer, 308836, Cleopatra, 26 August 1920, illness

SMITH, Allan, Signalman, J 86413, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

SMITH, Arnold, Private, RMLI, S 40 (Ply), RND, 2nd RM Battalion, 11 January 1919, discharged, illness in UK

SMITH, Arthur A, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 5058, Ganges, 13 November 1918, illness

SMITH, Arthur H, Boy 2c, J 100100, Ganges, 9 August 1921, illness

SMITH, Arthur, Skipper, RNR, John Cope, 27 January 1919, illness

SMITH, Benjamin, Able Seaman, J 109501, Garland, 29 July 1939, illness

SMITH, Bertie E, Officer's Steward 1c, 363090, Iron Duke, 24 February 1926, illness

SMITH, Charles E, Lieutenant, Crescent, 28 July 1920, illness

SMITH, Charles H H, Able Seaman, D/J 110664, Snapdragon, 25 September 1932, drowned

SMITH, Charles H, Marine, X 3652 (Po), RM Portsmouth Division, 3 February 1939, illness

SMITH, Charles H, Officer's Steward 2c, L 3554, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

SMITH, Charles W, Coastguardsman 3c, 279999, Victory, 8 March 1922, illness

SMITH, Charles, Mechanician, 303360, Victory, 20 July 1922, illness

SMITH, Charles, Stoker 1c, SS 124290, Wryneck, 16 April 1921, illness

SMITH, Charles, Stoker Petty Officer, 309543, Vivid II, 13 March 1920, illness

SMITH, Cornelius, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

SMITH, D. (Initial Only) J, Gunner, RMA, RMA S 2588, RMA Eastney, 31 July 1919, illness in UK

SMITH, David J, Leading Stoker, 297225, Carlisle, 24 September 1919, Vladivostok, accident

SMITH, David, Fireman, MMR (no service number listed), North Star, steamship, 14 February 1919, illness

SMITH, David, Petty Officer, J 10781, Heliotrope, 8 August 1919, accident

SMITH, Dennis L, Leading Signalman, C/JX 137083, Pembroke, 30 June 1938, illness

SMITH, Donald, Leading Seaman, RNR, A 4173, Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

SMITH, Donald, Seaman, RNR, A 2971, Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost (Emperor of India, O/P)

SMITH, Douglas D, Ordinary Seaman, C/JX 141775, Hood, 6 March 1937, mooring accident, killed

SMITH, Duncan S, Sick Berth Attendant, D/M 36565, RN Hospital, Plymouth, 24 March 1933, died

SMITH, Edgar H, Leading Seaman, Newfoundland RNR, X 1204, Trebiskin, steamship, 12 November 1918, drowned

SMITH, Edgar J, Leading Seaman, P/J 109628, Victory, 12 March 1935, illness

SMITH, Ernest S, Stoker 1c, K 25583, Pembroke, 19 March 1919, illness

SMITH, Frederick C, Petty Officer, 227488, Mantua, 18 February 1919, illness in UK

SMITH, Frederick G, Able Seaman, D/J 79452, Dorsetshire, 22 December 1936, illness

SMITH, Frederick J, Stoker Petty Officer, 299134 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

SMITH, Frederick W G, Engineer Captain, Engineer In Chief Department, 11 October 1935, illness

SMITH, Frederick W, Petty Officer Telegraphist, J 9944, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

SMITH, Frederick W, Stoker 1c, P/KX 64748, Ladybird, 8 August 1938, heat stroke, died

SMITH, George B, Trimmer, RNR, TS 5477, Ganges II, 30 November 1918, illness

SMITH, George H, Able Seaman, J 100920, Victory, 1 October 1926, road accident, killed

SMITH, George J, Cook, M 36574, Pembroke, 26 January 1929, illness

SMITH, George, Quartermaster, MMR, 588305, Handy, 8 January 1920, illness

SMITH, Harold F, Armourer's Crew, D/M 10801, Drake, 2 April 1936, illness

SMITH, Harry B, Private, RME, RME 5261, RM Engineers, Bedenham, 21 January 1919, illness

SMITH, Harry, Yeoman of Signals, 226225, Danae, 24 November 1919, accident

SMITH, Henry R J, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 145036, Protector, 9 May 1939, illness

SMITH, Herbert W, Stoker 1c, K 63117, Triad, 17 July 1927, illness

SMITH, Horace L, Stoker 1c, K 57944, Conquest, 28 September 1922, illness

SMITH, Hugh C, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 7333, Pembroke, 4 June 1924, died

SMITH, James E, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 14558, Delhi, 27 October 1923, illness

SMITH, James H, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside 6 131, RND, Drake Battalion, 24 March 1919, discharged, illness in UK

SMITH, James R, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 6730, Maggies, 19 November 1918, illness

SMITH, James W, Marine, 19397 (Ply), Royal Marines HQ, 24 November 1926, illness

SMITH, James, Able Seaman, J 86785, Endeavour, 4 September 1929, died

SMITH, John A, Commissioned Shipwright, Greenwich, 13 February 1930, illness

SMITH, John A, Petty Officer Cook, M 18, Pembroke, 23 November 1919, accident

SMITH, John C, Able Seaman, J 107989, Pembroke, 16 March 1929, illness

SMITH, John E S, Midshipman, Royal Oak, 26 July 1919, illness

SMITH, John P de B, Lieutenant Commander, Warspite, 6 October 1929, illness

SMITH, John, Leading Bombardier, RMA, RMA 9643, RMA Eastney, 15 February 1919, illness

SMITH, John, Mechanician, K 757, Dolphin, 5 May 1925, died

SMITH, John, Seaman, RNR, A 8055, Iolaire (Pembroke, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

SMITH, John, Seaman, RNR, B 3516, Iolaire (Duchess of Devonshire, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

SMITH, Joseph, Greaser, MMR, 410591, Rollicker, 5 June 1919, drowned

SMITH, Kenneth, Seaman, RNR, C 1620, Iolaire (Cove, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

SMITH, Kenneth, Seaman, RNR, D 1958, Iolaire (Pembroke, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

SMITH, Lancelot W H, Able Seaman, J 14515, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

SMITH, Lester H, Able Seaman, RNVR, AA 2752, Naval Anti Aircraft Corps, London, 27 November 1918, died

SMITH, Louis A, Supply Petty Officer, D/M 37351, Danae, 24 February 1932, illness

SMITH, Oliver, Leading Boatman, 290949, Pembroke, 3 March 1919, illness

SMITH, Patrick C, Lieutenant, Tarantula, 22 November 1923, illness

SMITH, Percy E, Able Seaman, J 18802, Renown, 24 January 1919, illness

SMITH, Peter G, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 21 May 1926, air crash, killed

SMITH, Reginald, Able Seaman, C/J 99442, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

SMITH, Reginald, Able Seaman, J 105873, Revenge, 23 December 1922, illness

SMITH, Rodney B F, Lieutenant, RM, RM Plymouth Barracks, 1 June 1937, illness

SMITH, Ronald J, Ordinary Seaman, JX 131188, Cumberland, 5 May 1930, illness

SMITH, Samuel E, Bandmaster 2c, RMB 1311, Conqueror, 21 November 1918, illness

SMITH, Sidney G, Able Seaman, J 23246, Veteran, 16 February 1920, died

SMITH, Sidney I, Stoker 1c, K 62449, Waterhen, 11 April 1928, illness

SMITH, Sidney N, Telegraphist, D/J 106613, L.27, 12 August 1932, road accident, killed

SMITH, Sydney J, Sick Berth Attendant, C/M 38532, RN Hospital, Chatham, 10 November 1928, illness

SMITH, Thomas B, Stoker Petty Officer, K 22271, Pembroke, 10 March 1919, illness

SMITH, Thomas E, Able Seaman, JX 125791, Sepoy, 8 April 1930, depth charge explosion, killed

SMITH, Thomas, Able Seaman, SS 7705, Actaeon, 6 November 1919, illness

SMITH, Walter D, Painter, D/MX 50250, Rodney, 16 March 1937, illness

SMITH, Waugh, Leading Signalman, 223412, Larkspur, 25 December 1919, exposure

SMITH, William B, Stoker 1c, K 19915 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

SMITH, William C A, Chief Petty Officer, J 8688, Excellent, 4 December 1929, illness

SMITH, William C, Able Seaman, J 34717, Vivid, 12 January 1930, illness

SMITH, William C, Able Seaman, J 6219 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

SMITH, William F, Leading Seaman, 211985, Pembroke, 3 December 1918, illness

SMITH, William G, Able Seaman, J 18754 (Ch), CMB.79A, coastal motor boat, 18 August 1919, attack on Kronstadt Harbour

SMITH, William G, Officer's Steward 2c, L 12593, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

SMITH, William H, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

SMITH, William J, Stoker 1c, SS 121644, Iron Duke, 24 October 1921, explosion

SMITH, William S, Leading Stoker, 238460, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

SMITH, William T, Ordnance Artificer, P M 35984, Nelson, 28 January 1934, illness

SMITH, William, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside 5/216, Macoris, steamship, 23 February 1919, illness in UK

SMITH, William, Chief Motor Mechanic, MB 1383, ML.62, motor launch, 12 February 1919, illness

SMITH, William, Private, RMLI, 19614 (Po), St Vincent, 12 December 1918, illness in UK

SMITH, William, Stoker 1c, SS 125760, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

SMITHERS, Adrian H, Able Seaman, SSX 12728, Fisgard, 28 November 1929, drowned

SMITHERS, Cecil E, Act/Petty Officer, C/JX 129326, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

SMITHERS, William A, Leading Seaman, J 31011, Victory, 31 March 1929, road accident, killed

SMOOTHY, Harold T, Ordinary Seaman, J 73560, Pembroke, 3 March 1919, died

SMYTH, Arthur W, Marine, A 21265 (Ch), RM Chatham Division, 4 April 1939, died

SMYTH, Sidney R, Shipwright 2c, 347216, Argus, 3 December 1923, illness

 

SNAGG, Bertram C K, Captain, RM, RM Headquarters, 27 February 1919, illness

SNAITH, Frederick, Stoker 1c, K 23857 (Ch), Pembroke, 13 May 1919, illness

SNAPE, Edward, Private, RMLI, S 2258 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 16 November 1918, illness in UK

SNEDDON, John, Able Seaman, J 43079, Witherington, 30 January 1927, drowned

SNELL, Horace S, Colour Sergeant Major, 7121 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 22 October 1919, illness

SNELL, Horace S, Warrant Officer 2c, RM Headquarters, 22 October 1919, illness

SNELL, Stanley W, Stoker 1c, 311447, Vivid, 3 June 1926, illness

SNELL, Walter E, Sergeant, RM, 21394 (Ply), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, killed

SNELL, William E, Shipwright 1c, 104092, Impregnable, 9 March 1919, illness

SNELLGROVE, Ernest, Able Seaman, J 43244, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

SNELLING, Edward L, Stoker 1c, K 16304, Pembroke, 14 March 1919, illness

SNEWIN, Phillip W, Chief Officer, HM Coast Guard, 132104, HM Coastguard Station Ballygrovane, 25 July 1920, killed by Irish Republican Army

SNOOK, Alfred J, Ordinary Seaman, J 55388, Constance, 5 July 1919, illness

SNOW, John N, Lieutenant, RM, FAA, 801 Sqn, Furious, 12 October 1938, air crash, killed

SNOW, Joseph B, Telegraphist, J 78013, Tern, 5 May 1929, killed

SNOWDEN, George I, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 12757, Sarpedon, 12 November 1918, illness

SNOWDEON, Leonard, Able Seaman, C/JX 125048, Valiant, 4 December 1931, road accident, killed

SNOWLING, Bert, Corporal, RMLI (no service number listed), Royal Marines HQ, 1 April 1923, died

 

SOANES, Frederick G, Able Seaman, J 97395, Tiger, 23 October 1927, drowned

SOANES, William F, Stoker 1c, SS 123994, Cardiff, 24 November 1919, illness

SOLKHON, William G, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 268462, Pembroke, 3 January 1919, illness

SOLLARS, Claude E, Ordinary Seaman, D/SSX 15764, RN Hospital, Malta, 29 August 1935, illness

SOLLITT, Daniel K, Signalman, P/JX 128638, Salmon, 23 January 1938, illness

SOLOMON, Walter H, Chief Petty Officer, 200412, Vivid, 14 February 1922, illness

SOLWAY, William E, Chief Petty Officer, 234593, Vivid, 28 September 1929, illness

SOMERSET, John B, Sub Lieutenant, Short Course, 26 September 1921, illness

SOMNER, Arthur C, Armourer Quartermaster Sergeant, RM, S 351 (Deal), RM Deal, 11 August 1920, illness

SONE, John D, Commissioned Engineer, Royal Naval Reserve, 10 October 1921, illness

SOPER, Sydney A, Stoker 1c, K 22972, Tiger, 13 June 1920, accident

SOPP, Wilfred H, Marine, X 1136 (Po), Penelope, 19 March 1939, drowned

SORE, Charles E, Stoker Petty Officer, K 13050, Victory, 23 March 1920, illness

SOUTER, John, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, DA 6963, Grecian Prince, 15 December 1918, mined

SOUTHALL, Lawrence E, Able Seaman, J 34682, Revenge, 12 October 1922, drowned

SOUTHWELL, Henry K M, Lieutenant, L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

SOUTHWICK, John H, Engineman, RNR, ES 3236, Implacable, 29 April 1919, illness

SOWDEN, William J, Leading Stoker, K 20564, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

 

SPALDING, Leonard C, Boy 1c, J 101839, Barham, 13 September 1922, illness

SPARGO, William H, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 1057, Petersfield, 12 March 1927, illness

SPARKS, John B, Captain, Royal Navy, 29 March 1920, illness

SPARKS, William T, Warrant Engineer, L.20, 8 June 1934, illness

SPARLING, John, Petty Officer, 138852, HM Coastguard Station Ballycotten, 12 February 1919, illness

SPARROW, Edwin W, Telegraphist, J 94124, Kiawo, 25 November 1927, drowned

SPARROW, George E, 2nd Hand, RNR, DA 17406, Victory, 21 November 1918, illness

SPARROW, George R S, Chief Sick Berth Steward, 137897, Victory, 27 December 1918, illness

SPEARING, John, Able Seaman, P J 6262, Egmont, 27 August 1932, illness

SPEARS, Thomas, Leading Stoker, P/KX 7893, Iron Duke, 15 August 1938, accidentally killed

SPEDDING, Edgar C, Leading Signalman, D/J 110206, Rodney, 15 November 1936, illness

SPEED, Harry, Gunner, RMA, RMA 10004, RMA Eastney, 9 February 1919, illness in UK

SPELMAN, John B, Private, RMLI, 15805 (Po), King George V, 26 November 1918, died in UK

SPENCE, Archibald W, Stoker 1c, SS 122692, Merlin, 17 December 1921, illness

SPENCER, Cecil E R, The Hon, Lieutenant Commander, Renown, 14 February 1928, illness

SPENCER, Gerald, Able Seaman, J 69706, Wivern, 14 March 1923, illness

SPENCER, Leonard D, Able Seaman, C/J 113345, Sussex, 1 January 1935, illness

SPENCER, Nathaniel, Leading Seaman, J 20156, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

SPENCER, Samuel E H, Lieutenant, M.3, 20 July 1930, killed

SPENCER, Thomas H, Officer's Steward 3c, L 9309, Peyton, 27 August 1919, accident

SPENCER, William, Stoker Petty Officer, 290271, Victory, 8 March 1919, illness

SPENDER, Joseph G, Greaser, MMR, 601925, Richard Welford, 20 February 1919, illness

SPENDER, Stanley G, Stoker 1c, K 57853, Victory, 28 February 1927, illness

SPENDLOVE, Charles E, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 2809, Vivid, 4 March 1920, illness

SPERRING, Charles H, Lieutenant (E), Active, 13 November 1937, illness in RN Hospital Malta

SPICER, Frank A, Boy 2c, JX 28249, Ganges, 22 November 1926, illness

SPICER, Hector C, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 58974, Apollo, 2 November 1937, illness

SPICER-SIMSON, Geoffrey E F, Lieutenant, Anthony, 11 May 1930, illness

SPILLER, George C, Leading Signalman, J 5727, Pembroke, 7 March 1919, illness

SPILSTED, William T, Engine Room Artificer, C/M 39546, Campbell, 26 January 1937, illness

SPINDLEY, Alfred E, Engineman, MMR (no service number listed), Eaglet, 15 March 1919, illness

SPINKS, Ernest, Engineman, RNR, TS 240, William Carr, 4 December 1918, illness

SPINKS, Thomas, Stoker Petty Officer, K 772, Wren, 15 November 1924, illness

SPINNER, James D, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 14605, Pembroke, 20 January 1930, illness

SPITERI, Angelo, Carpenters Mate, 343832, Blenheim, 2 October 1920, illness

SPITERI, Paolo, Officer's Cook 3c, 359710, Pembroke, 5 April 1921, illness

SPOONER, William H, Leading Signalman, D/J 25439, Olympus, 18 March 1932, died

SPRATLEY, Percival, Telegraphist, J 69385, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

SPRAY, William, Stoker 1c, 235034, Mersey, 3 January 1919, illness

SPRIDDELL, Nicholas J, Shipwright 1c, 347387, Vivid, 28 October 1927, illness

SPRINGETT, George W, Leading Cook, M 5990, Hawkins, 25 October 1922, illness

SPRINGETT, James E, Able Seaman, J 4305, Pembroke, 1 March 1928, illness

SPRINGETT, Percy, Assistant Steward, MMR (no service number listed), Rosabelle, 25 February 1919, illness

SPURDEN, Charles, Leading Stoker, K 15501, Repulse, 22 January 1922, drowned

SPURGEON, Clement E, Stoker 1c, SS 112997, Kilfullert, 17 November 1918, illness

SPURR, David, Able Seaman, SS 4971, Charon, 13 November 1918, illness

 

SQUIRE, William, Chief Stoker, K 10540, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

 

ST JOHN, Ralph G J, Act/Sub Lieutenant, Queen Elizabeth, 31 May 1937, illness

STACEY, George, Stoker Petty Officer, K 3037, Warspite, 10 June 1923, illness

STAFFORD, George, Petty Officer, C/JX 127679, Vernon, 17 July 1937, illness

STAFFORD, Herbert C C, Boy 2c, J 93277, Ganges, 4 December 1918, illness

STAFFORD, John J, Stoker 1c, K 21726, Gnat, 18 April 1925, illness

STAGG, Sidney H, Boy 2c, J 94424, Powerful, 27 February 1919, illness

STAINES, John P, Stoker 1c, K 15531 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

STAMPF, Charles W, Plumber, M 805, Diligence, 12 June 1923, accidentally killed

STANDING, Thomas W, Able Seaman, RNVR, Palace Z 1772, Wildfire, 27 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

STANFORD, Ernest E, Commissioned Gunner, Renown, 8 January 1929, illness

STANFORD, Ernest J, Boy 2c, J 93420, Impregnable, 2 March 1919, illness

STANIFORD, George F, Able Seaman, D/J 109508, Impregnable, 20 April 1937, accidentally killed

STANLEY, Frank A, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Sussex 6/47, Vortigern, 18 March 1925, illness

STANLEY, George T, Signalman, J 9099, Geranium, 30 June 1919, illness

STANLEY, Harry E, Able Seaman, J 102399, Pembroke, 13 March 1929, illness

STANLEY, James, Able Seaman, P/SSX 12188, Courageous, 17 February 1932, aircraft crash at sea, killed

STANLEY, Watson N, Signalman, J 87460, Wolsey, 4 February 1927, illness

STANLEY, William J J, Deck Hand, MMR (no service number listed), Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

STANNARD, Richard G, Stoker Petty Officer, K 29220, Ceres, 5 June 1929, illness

STANSBURY, William T, Chief Engine Room Artificer, D/M 7954, Drake, 22 September 1937, illness

STANSFIELD, Frederick, Trimmer Cook, RNR, TC 1123, Eaglet, 18 December 1918, illness

STANSFIELD, George S E, Able Seaman, J 93754, Vivid I, 21 April 1921, illness

STANTON, Richard H, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 6022, President III, 30 November 1918, illness

STAPLES, Henry B G, Stoker 1c, K 13048 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

STAPLETON, Joseph B, Leading Seaman, J 7681, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

STARES, James T, Private, RMLI, S 3122 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 10 January 1919, illness

STARES, John T, Private, RMLI, 16058 (Po), Royal Sovereign, 26 September 1920, illness

STARK, Albert E, Stoker 1c, K 37438, Lion, 9 June 1919, illness

STARK, Maurice E, Sick Berth Attendant, M 38686, Victory, 15 May 1925, illness

STARKEY, Arthur E J, Able Seaman, 231624, Barham, 24 February 1926, accidentally killed

STARKEY, Frank A, Able Seaman, J 87050, Vivid, 25 January 1924, illness

STARKEY, Sydney W, Corporal, RM, X 537 (Ch), RM Chatham Division, 30 April 1938, illness

STARKIE, Henry, Private, RM, S 11625 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 28 December 1918, killed

STARKS, Alfred, Stoker Petty Officer, K 11445, Sturdy, 27 February 1920, illness

STARLING, Percy V, Gunner, RMA, RMA 13560, RM Headquarters, 8 November 1920, died

STATTERS, Harold, Signalman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 8699, Duchess of Kent, 7 December 1918, drowned

STAYTE, Joseph J, Able Seaman, D/J 114260, Impregnable, 21 March 1937, road accident, killed

STEAD, Christopher D, Stoker 1c, KX 83701, Resource, 7 July 1938, illness

STEADMAN, Gilbert, Officer's Cook 2c, RNVR, MC 1654, Pekin (ex-Cotswold), 1 October 1919, illness

STEADMAN, Joseph G, Marine, 17067 (Ch), Royal Marines HQ, 1 December 1924, accidentally killed

STEADMAN, Lester, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 30 January 1920, illness

STEBBING, William F, Stoker 1c, K 61886, Vulcan, 4 February 1928, accidentally killed

STEDALL, Eric A, Sub Lieutenant, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

STEEDMAN, Robert, Ty/Skipper, RNR, Ethelwulf, 1 December 1918, mined

STEEGMAN, Edward J, Surgeon Commander, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 8 June 1923, illness

STEEL, John, Leading Fireman, MMR, 838261, Retort, 11 December 1919, drowned

STEEL, Richard W, Warrant Engineer, Spey, 18 July 1932, illness

STEELE, Frank C, Warrant Shipwright, Cleopatra, 3 November 1920, ship's boat in collision with Admiralty drifter Flat Calm, lost

STEELE, Reginald J, Chief Stoker, P/K 64220, Victory, 3 February 1936, accident in SS Rangitane, killed

STEELE, William R, Lieutenant, Vancouver, 6 October 1921, illness

STEEN, Joseph E, Able Seaman, J 100794, Vivid I, 1 August 1929, died

STEER, Eli, Able Seaman, J 38492, King George V, 5 June 1921, illness

STEER, William J, Leading Seaman, 215835, Vivid, 14 May 1921, illness

STEER, William, Leading Cook's Mate, M 1850, Vivid, 25 February 1919, illness

STENNING, Frederick G, Musician, RMB, RMB 2185, Royal Sovereign, 5 December 1920, illness

STEPHEN, Alexander, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 7386, John Robert, 1 February 1919, ship lost

STEPHEN, William C, Engine Room Artificer, RNR, EA 1810, Cupar, 17 May 1919, killed

STEPHENS, Alec J F, Able Seaman, J 111312, Vidette, 14 May 1929, illness

STEPHENS, Alfred G, Sailmaker, D/J 21722, Resolution, 2 September 1933, illness

STEPHENS, Archibald A, Shipwright 4c, M 35260, Carlisle, 5 March 1927, illness

STEPHENS, Francis E, Chief Motor Mechanic, MB 3005 (Po), CMB.79A, coastal motor boat, 18 August 1919, attack on Kronstadt Harbour

STEPHENS, Frank H, Surgeon Commander, Victory, 26 March 1924, illness

STEPHENS, Reginald A, Lieutenant Commander, Ormonde, 14 April 1931, illness

STEPHENS, Richard, Stoker Petty Officer, 174246, Vivid, 9 April 1920, accident

STEPHENS, Richard, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Terrible, 7 February 1919, illness

STEPHENS, Wilfred, Sick Berth Petty Officer, D/M 39527, RN Hospital, Capetown, 4 May 1938, illness

STEPHENS, William, Petty Officer, 120024, Vernon, 26 January 1919, illness

STEPHENSON, Gerald, Chief Skipper, RNR, Syringa, 18 July 1936, illness

STEPHENSON, Joseph H, Stoker 1c, K 59895, Dragon, 21 January 1926, accidentally killed

STEPHENSON, Robert W, Leading Stoker, K 1561, Assistance, 3 March 1920, illness

STEVENS, Albert E, Leading Stoker, 201785 (Po), Bristol, 30 April 1919, illness

STEVENS, Albert W, Stoker 1c, K 62923, Repulse, 3 March 1925, accidentally killed

STEVENS, Alfred S, Ordinary Seaman, J 64364 (Dev), Tiger, 9 March 1920, drowned

STEVENS, Alfred W, Boy 2c, J 94136, Impregnable, 19 April 1919, illness

STEVENS, Edmund, Chief Stoker, 299118, Hecla, 25 March 1919, illness

STEVENS, Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 19466, Vivid, 17 February 1930, illness

STEVENS, Frank R, Signalman, J 88422, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

STEVENS, George H, Leading Stoker, K 19708, ML.291 (Rhine Patrol Flotilla), 4 July 1922, drowned

STEVENS, Harry G, Ordinary Seaman, J 99539, Royal Sovereign, 26 April 1924, illness

STEVENS, John M D, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 32661, Dauntless, 2 February 1935, electric shock, killed

STEVENS, Richard, Private, RM, S 8440 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 4 February 1919, illness

STEVENS, Robert J, Leading Stoker, C/K 26078, Hussar, 22 January 1937, illness

STEVENS, Roland, Supply Assistant, M 37956, Pembroke, 20 September 1926, road accident, killed

STEVENS, Stanley W G, Leading Seaman, P/JX 135921, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

STEVENS, Stanley, Leading Supply Assistant, M 35208, Calliope, 23 February 1926, illness

STEVENS, Thomas H, Chief Petty Officer, 212326, Excellent, 18 July 1921, illness

STEVENS, Walter, Stoker Petty Officer, K 7821, Lupin, 7 January 1928, illness

STEVENSON, Harry B P, Marine, 18767 (Ch), Ganges, 29 November 1931, illness

STEVENSON, James, Leading Signalman, RNVR, Clyde Z 3173, HM Coast Guard Station Staithes, 19 February 1919, illness

STEWARD, William F V, Corporal, RM, 213977 (Po), Iron Duke, 3 August 1924, died

STEWART, Charles J, Stoker 1c, P/KX 77023, Victory, 26 July 1937, illness

STEWART, Charles, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18072, Pride of Buckie, 27 November 1918, illness

STEWART, Donald, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 21701, Victory, 29 January 1919, illness

STEWART, George W, Stoker 1c, K 56820, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

STEWART, John, Ty/Skipper, RNR, John Robert, 1 February 1919, ship lost

STEWART, William J, Engineman, RNR, TS 1376, Egmont, 31 March 1919, illness

STEWART, William, Leading Seaman, 233149, St George, 7 December 1918, illness

STICKELLS, Harry J, Able Seaman, C/J 90095, Medway, 1 July 1938, illness

STICKLY, Frederick, Petty Officer, 233420, C.30, submarine, 28 November 1918, illness in UK

STILL, Jasper, Stoker 1c, K 39625, Europa, 24 November 1918, illness

STILLMAN, Alfred H, Able Seaman, P/JX 128809, M.2, 22 December 1931, illness

STIRLING, Norman R, Petty Officer, C/J 22976, Veteran, 27 December 1932, illness

STIRLING, William, Gunner, RMA, RMA 15137, Barham, 14 November 1918, illness in UK

STOBBS, John Y, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 2619, RND, Howe Battalion, 6 December 1918, discharged, illness in UK

STOCK, Francis H, Leading Steward, C/LX 21640, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

STOCKMAN, Frederick, Able Seaman, 203678, Seawolf, 9 October 1923, accidentally killed

STOCKS, Frederick A, Act/Cook, MX 46255, Victory, 24 July 1927, illness

STOKES, John, Seaman, RNR, C 2602, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

STOKOE, Frederick, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 15821, Victory, 20 April 1920, illness

STONE, Alec C, Able Seaman, P/J 96241, Winchester, 27 February 1936, accidentally killed

STONE, Arthur C, Able Seaman, J 80084, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

STONE, Ernest A, Able Seaman, J 36196, Pembroke, 6 November 1922, illness

STONE, Henry T, Stoker 1c, K 17232 (Dev), Kinross, 16 June 1919, ship lost

STONE, Horace G, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, Hermione, 15 December 1918, illness

STONE, John E, Stoker 1c, K 18080, Blake, 15 November 1918, illness

STONE, Michael, Ordinary Seaman, MMR, 968726, Eaglet, 14 July 1919, illness

STONE, Percy C, Marine, 23281 (Ch), Frobisher, 25 September 1936, illness

STONE, Sydney H, Victualling Chief Petty Officer, M 3052, Kellett, 26 March 1921, died

STONE, Walter, Able Seaman, 183434, Lion, 24 January 1922, illness

STONE, William H T, Able Seaman, SS 8782, Vortigern, 9 November 1921, drowned

STONEHOUSE, Cyril, Radio Officer, RFA, Bacchus, RFA, 14 April 1925, motor boat in collision, drowned

STONEHOUSE, William, Stoker 1c, K 56308, Centurion, 26 August 1930, died

STONEMAN, Christopher J, Leading Stoker, K 11962, K.2, submarine, 20 May 1924, died

STONER, Archibald M, Petty Officer, J 14922, Excellent, 9 July 1922, illness

STONHAM, John G, Petty Officer, RNVR, Sussex-4/78, Victory II, 2 August 1919, illness

STOPFORD, Frederick L, Private, RMLI, 19449 (Po), RM, 6th Battalion, 27 August 1919, killed in North Russia

STOREY, Charles C, Stoker 1c, K 58415, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

STOREY, Edward C, Ordinary Seaman, SSX 13238, Pembroke, 11 February 1929, illness

STORIE, James, Stoker 2c, P/KX 84722, Victory, 19 July 1935, died

STORIER, Arthur, Able Seaman, 239943, Victory I, 17 August 1927, illness

STOTT, Fred, Ty/Engineer Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Styx, 10 December 1918, illness

STOUT, Ernest C, Leading Stoker, C/K 11512, Valiant, 22 January 1933, illness

STOWELL, Ernest F, Leading Stoker, P/K 62320, Courageous, 17 March 1931, illness

STOY, Albert F, Paymaster Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 25 June 1929, illness

STRANGE, Philip A, Boy 2c, JX 157782, Ganges, 26 May 1938, illness

STRATFORD, Henry B, Private, RMLI, 13180 (Ply), RMLI, Plymouth Division, 31 March 1919, illness in UK

STRATH, Harold E, Chief Electrical Artificer, D/M 10050, Eagle, 28 April 1933, explosion, killed

STREAMER, George W, Able Seaman, P/J 114782, Excellent, 11 December 1930, accidentally killed

STREET, Edward W L, Paymaster Captain, Pembroke, 4 June 1919, illness

STREET, Reginald C, Able Seaman, J 17962, Iron Duke, 5 September 1925, illness

STREET, Stanley, Officer's Cook 2c, D/L 13200, Drake, 19 March 1936, illness

STRETTON, Albert E, Signalman, C/J 110814, Marshal Soult, 2 August 1931, road accident, killed

STRETTON, Thomas J, Able Seaman, P/J 34209, Vernon, 6 February 1933, illness

STREVENS, Charles E, Boatswain, Superb, 8 December 1918, Sevastapol, illness

STRICK, James K, Honorary Major, RM, Unattached List, 13 January 1919, illness

STRICKLAND, John, Private, RM, S 4101 (Deal), RND, 150th (RN) Field Ambulance, RM Medical Unit, 5 January 1919, discharged, illness in UK

STRINGER, Frederick T, Lieutenant, Redpole, 26 March 1919, illness

STRINGLER, Albert, Chief Motor Mechanic, RNVR, MB 1316, Iolaire, 28 November 1918, illness

STRODE, John H, Supply Chief Petty Officer, D/M 985, Vivid, 30 June 1932, illness

STROUD, John S, Petty Officer, 204391 (Ch), Dragon, 17 October 1919, shore action near Riga

STRUGNELL, Harold F H, Major, RMLI, RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 21 March 1919, illness in UK

STRUTTON, William F, Private, RM, S 1795 (Deal), RND, 63rd Divisional Train, 20 November 1918, illness

STUART, Alfred, Chief Stoker, P/K 11554, Cormorant, 8 October 1932, died

STUART, Colin S, Instructor Lieutenant, Hawkins, 4 October 1921, illness

STUART, Robert J, Warrant Writer, Impregnable, 4 July 1928, illness

STUART, Robert, Marine, 23587 (Ch), Royal Marines HQ, 27 May 1924, illness

STUBBINGS, Frederick E, Able Seaman, C/J 113783, Pegasus, 31 May 1936, illness

STUBBINS, Herbert H, Ordinary Seaman, J 112647, Columbine, 30 April 1926, illness

STUDDY, Francis R B, Lieutenant, Vulcan, 24 February 1921, illness

STUNDEN, George, Able Seaman, P/JX 126669, Effingham, 27 April 1933, illness

STUNNELL, Henry E, Able Seaman, J 95644, Thames, 30 November 1932, drowned

STURDEE, Sir Frederick C D, Admiral of the Fleet, Royal Navy, 7 May 1925, illness

STURROCK, Peter A C, Lieutenant, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

STUTCHBURY, Frederick N, Telegraphist, J 70431, Victory, 21 September 1923, illness

STUTTER, Alex-F, Stoker 1c, K 27428, Lowestoft, 5 November 1919, drowned

STYLES, Reginald P, Able Seaman, J 28159, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

 

SUDELL, John W, Able Seaman, J 61819, Rob Roy, 27 November 1918, illness

SULIMAN, Ali, Seedie (no service number listed), Lupin, 4 April 1925, illness

SULLEY, Richard, Able Seaman, J 43778 (Ch), Frostaxe, 29 April 1919, ship lost

SULLIVAN, Albert, Coastguardsman 2c, 142339, HM Coast Guard Station Pentewan, 25 December 1919, illness

SULLIVAN, David F, Boy 2c, JX 126379, Impregnable, 6 December 1926, illness

SULLIVAN, Harold L, Leading Seaman, MC 1846, Victory, 10 March 1920, illness

SULLIVAN, John A, Signalman, D/J 30235, Tamar, 26 December 1933, accidentally killed

SULLIVAN, John, Leading Stoker, 306251, Clematis, 12 August 1925, illness

SULTANA, Joseph, Officer's Steward 3c, LX 20270, Stuart, 27 November 1928, illness

SUMMERFORD, Ronald B, Sub Lieutenant, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

SUMMERS, George A, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

SUMMERS, Harry L, Able Seaman, D/SSX 12228, Vivid, 5 January 1931, illness

SUMNER, John A, Engine Room Artificer 3C, M 26727, Capetown, 25 February 1923, illness

SUPPLE, George, Able Seaman, J 26315, Gnat, 15 October 1921, illness

SUTCLIFFE, Charles G, Stoker Petty Officer, K 29511, Witherington, 30 August 1929, illness

SUTHERLAND, Bertram R U, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 16 August 1926, illness

SUTHERLAND, David L, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde 1/2611, RND, Anson Battalion, 19 January 1919, discharged, illness in UK

SUTHERLAND, James H, Seaman, RNR, B 3207, W S Bailey, 6 February 1919, illness

SUTHERLAND, Thomas, Engineman, RNR, S 2789, Thalia, 28 April 1919, illness

SUTTERS, Henry J, Sick Berth Steward, 351434 (Po), Tamar, 10 August 1920, illness in Hong Kong

SUTTON, Charles, Armourers Mate, M 4207, Pembroke, 10 February 1920, died

SUTTON, Edward T, Supply Chief Petty Officer, P/M 37209, Victory, December 1936, day not listed in record, illness

SUTTON, Harold, Able Seaman, J 16325, Lucia, October 1922, day not listed in record, drowned

SUTTON, Herbert, Ordinary Seaman, SS 9330 (Po), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

SUTTON, John W E, Signalman, J 69324, Mackay, 21 April 1925, accidentally killed

SUTTON, John, Stoker 1c, SS 112473, P.67, patrol boat, 27 November 1918, illness

SUTTON, Leonard L, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 8850 (Ch), Frostaxe, 29 April 1919, ship lost

SUTTON, Sidney L, Leading Stoker, K 5326 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

SUTTON, Wilfrid J, Act/Paymaster Sub Lieutenant, Queen Elizabeth, 9 December 1918, illness in UK

SUTTON, William S, Petty Officer, 213903, Victory, 16 March 1920, illness

 

SWAIN, Cecil E, Able Seaman, J 99183, Victory, 9 April 1924, illness

SWALLOW, Reginald F, Corporal, RM, 21782 (Ply), Berwick, 2 December 1929, illness

SWANKIE, Robert, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 4601, Fifinella, hired trawler, 5 April 1919, drowned

SWANSON, Angus S, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 19161, Pembroke, 11 December 1918, illness

SWANSON, Thomas N, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, DA 9751, Victory, 15 February 1919, illness

SWANSTON, John, Trimmer, RNR, TS 2918, Idaho, 22 April 1919, illness

SWANTON, Francis J Y, Private, RMLI, 16677 (Ply), President III, 2 December 1918, illness in UK

SWANTON, Herbert F, Blacksmith, 346627, Carlisle, 27 August 1923, accidentally killed

SWATHERIDGE, Leonard F, Joiner 4c, P/MX 54253, Victory, 5 May 1937, road accident, killed

SWATRIDGE, Leslie W, Leading Signalman, J 23733, Carysfort, 10 March 1920, illness

SWAYNE, Henry J, Warrant Writer, Centurion, 13 April 1926, illness

SWAYNE, Philip M, Cadet, Royal Navy, 23 February 1937, accidentally killed

SWEENEY, John, Petty Officer, RNVR, Clyde 3 509, RND, Anson Battalion, 2 June 1919, discharged, illness in UK

SWEENEY, William H, Officer's Steward 1, 363033, Veronica, 22 September 1926, illness

SWEETLAND, Cecil S, Stoker 1c, D/KX 75588, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

SWEETLOVE, Lancelot D, Engineer Commander, Bee, 11 August 1926, illness

SWIFT, Albert E, Stoker 1c, D/K 29607, Centurion, 12 November 1936, illness

SWIFT, Lionel W, Engineer Commander, Nairn, 24 August 1919, illness

SWIFT, Stanley, Ordinary Seaman, C/SSX 21825, Malaya, 16 August 1939, illness

SWIGGS, Wilfrid R, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 56346, Hunter, 13 May 1937, mining, killed

SWINDLE, Robert, Ordinary Seaman, J 76031 (Dev), Shincliffe, 15 May 1919, drowned

SWINHOE, Thomas W, Stoker 2c, K 50362, Monarch, 1 January 1919, illness

 

SYDENHAM, Ernest W, Boy 1c, J 104367, Ganges, 27 July 1922, drowned

SYKES, George H, Able Seaman, J 80580, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

SYKES, Harold, Armourers Crew, J 55280, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

SYKES, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 10849, President III, 12 February 1919, illness

SYKES, William A, Sub Lieutenant (A), FAA, 802 Sqn, Glorious, 19 May 1939, air crash, killed

SYLVESTER, Sidney, Chief Artificer Engineer, Victory, 18 March 1920, illness

SYMES, Walter C, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 136030, Wild Swan, 15 October 1935, illness

SYMES, William C, Leading Seaman, J 8036, Tiger, 23 February 1925, illness

SYMMS, Harry G, Petty Officer, 220122, Victory, 23 February 1919, illness

SYMONS, Albert, Colour Sergeant, RM, 16662 (Ply), RM Plymouth Division, 10 June 1937, illness

SYMONS, Herbert, Able Seaman, 214508, Vivid, 15 April 1921, illness

SYMONS, Samuel E, Stoker 1c, D/K 59472, Vivid, 28 June 1931, road accident, killed

SYMONS, Thomas H, 3rd Writer, M 18229, Warrior, 21 December 1918, illness

 

 

 

T

 

TAAFE, William H, Chief Petty Officer, 227963, Cricket, 7 October 1922, illness

TABONE, Guiseppe, Officer's Steward 2c, L 5320, Torch, 23 March 1920, accident

TACK, John P, Commissioned Gunner, Royal Navy, 21 October 1924, illness

TADD, Charles W, Stoker 2c, KX 78062, Victory, 7 February 1928, illness

TAIT, Henry, Petty Officer, J 1555, Pembroke, 25 August 1929, illness

TALBOT, Alfred R, Boy 2c, D/JX 141440, St Vincent, 9 June 1934, accidentally killed

TALBOT, Ernest T S, Stoker 1c, SS 102740, Mimosa, 1 June 1919, illness

TALBOT, Henry F G, Captain, Osborne, 4 July 1920, illness

TALBOT, William F, Able Seaman, P/J 69605, Titania, 1 March 1933, road accident, killed

TALL, John W H, Officer's Steward 2c, L 10807, Rigorous, 11 July 1919, drowned

TAMBLIN, Frederick T, Ordinary Seaman, J 53828, Vivid, 23 December 1918, illness

TAMBLIN, William, Leading Seaman, J 94557, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

TAMBLING, Leonard J, Able Seaman, J 35268, Chatham, 6 May 1921, accident

TANDY, Frederick, Stoker 1c, 294401, Pembroke, 7 December 1918, illness

TANNER, Frank S, Able Seaman, P/J 95659, Lupin, 30 June 1935, illness

TANNER, Thomas, Leading Stoker, K 7540, Sylph, 6 May 1921, illness

TANNER, William H E, Able Seaman, 206524, P.40, 23 May 1922, illness

TANNER, William T, Signalman, J 21454 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

TANQUERAY-WILLAUME, Frederick G, Major, RMA, RMA Eastney (ex-Princess Royal), 11 February 1919, illness in UK

TARDREW, Paul W, Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 12 October 1929, illness

TARRANT, Edward C, Stoker Petty Officer, 295348 (Po), Foxglove, 29 January 1921, illness

TATE, Thomas, Staff Sergeant, RM, S 3023 (Deal), RND, 63rd Sanitary Section, RM Medical Unit, 15 November 1918, France, illness

TATHAM, Percival E, Officer's Steward 1c, L 6647, Leonidas, 22 November 1918, illness

TATTON, Archibald, Engineman, RNR, ES 3728, Attentive III, 27 December 1918, illness

TATTON, Tom, Private, RMLI, S 1408 (Po), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 10 March 1919, discharged, illness in UK

TAVINOR, Harold L, Stoker 2c, D/KX 85466, Drake, 19 November 1935, illness

TAYLOR, Albert W, Seaman, RNR, A 7279, Research, 19 February 1919, illness

TAYLOR, Alexander G, Surgeon Commander, RN Hospital, Plymouth, 21 October 1937, illness

TAYLOR, Alexander, Engineer Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Ophir, 9 February 1919, illness

TAYLOR, Alfred G, Leading Stoker, K 18022, Valiant, 16 March 1920, illness

TAYLOR, Alfred J H, Telegraphist, J 101888, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

TAYLOR, Alfred S, Assistant Steward, MMR (no service number listed), Iolaire, 1 January 1919, ship lost

TAYLOR, Alfred, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 18808, Sturdy, 22 August 1931, illness

TAYLOR, Anthony, Able Seaman, D/JX 138966, Wolsey, 21 January 1938, illness

TAYLOR, Arthur, Petty Officer, 218813, Venus, 8 March 1919, illness

TAYLOR, Cecil C, Boy Telegraphist, J 86916, Renown, 22 September 1919, illness

TAYLOR, Charles R R, Lieutenant Commander, RNVR,, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 30 December 1929, illness

TAYLOR, Charles W, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 8097, President III, 27 November 1918, illness

TAYLOR, Claude C R, Leading Stoker, P/KX 81948, Royal Navy, 12 July 1938, illness

TAYLOR, David, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 5369, J.5, submarine, 29 November 1918, illness in UK

TAYLOR, Edgar H J, Marine, 23649 (Ch), Royal Sovereign, 29 April 1925, illness

TAYLOR, Edwin, Ordinary Seaman, J 50439, Pasley, 21 December 1918, illness

TAYLOR, Frank, Musician, RMB X 257 (Ch), RM Barracks Chatham, 31 July 1937, died

TAYLOR, George A, Signalman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 12241, Almanzora, 26 November 1918, illness

TAYLOR, George R, Ordinary Seaman, C/JX 132968, Dragon, 10 April 1932, drowned

TAYLOR, Harold, Regulating Petty Officer, M 35731, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

TAYLOR, Hector R, Ordinary Seaman, J 46659, Dragon, 17 September 1919, drowned

TAYLOR, Henry F C, Private, RME, RME S 4885, RM Engineers, 18 December 1918, illness in UK

TAYLOR, Herbert C, Telegraphist, J 101213, Victory, 23 January 1926, accidentally killed

TAYLOR, Herbert S, Stoker, RAN, 335, Sydney (RAN), 9 May 1919, illness

TAYLOR, Ivor E, Able Seaman, RNVR, Wales Z 634, RND, Hawke Battalion, 22 December 1918, discharged, illness in UK

TAYLOR, James P, Private, RMLI, 21551 (Ch), Glory, 7 January 1919, Murmansk, illness

TAYLOR, James, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 5898, Oanfa, steamship, 23 November 1918, illness

TAYLOR, James, Private, RM, S 14166 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 4 December 1918, illness

TAYLOR, John W, Act/Petty Officer, RAN, 7738, Warrego (RAN), 14 February 1919, illness in UK

TAYLOR, John W, Boy 2c, J 94284, Impregnable, 13 March 1919, illness

TAYLOR, John, Leading Signalman, RNVR, Bristol Z 748, Richard Welford, 25 February 1919, illness

TAYLOR, Lionel R, Marine, 22343 (Ply), Devonshire, 26 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

TAYLOR, Martin H, Leading Seaman, J 11405, Pembroke, 28 February 1919, illness

TAYLOR, Robert J R, Ordinary Seaman, SSX 12204, Argus, 25 October 1927, drowned

TAYLOR, Robert, Able Seaman, J 41914, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

TAYLOR, Stephen, Mechanician, 307681, Vivid, 17 November 1924, illness

TAYLOR, Thomas G, Officer's Steward 3c, L 8185, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

TAYLOR, Thomas J C, Petty Officer, J 13653 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

TAYLOR, Thomas T, Chief Shipwright 2c, M 6594, Vivid, 20 July 1930, illness

TAYLOR, Thomas V, Skipper, RNR, Stelma, 3 February 1919, illness

TAYLOR, Thomas W, Stoker 1c, K 63776, Hollyhock, 24 May 1925, illness

TAYLOR, Thomas W, Stoker 2c, SS 119041, Osea, 30 December 1918, illness

TAYLOR, Thomas, Boy 2c, JX 140922, St Vincent, 18 June 1934, illness

TAYLOR, Thomas, Ordinary Seaman, J 86534 (Dev), Resolution, 11 March 1920, drowned

TAYLOR, Walter J C, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 34349, Pembroke, 2 January 1932, illness

TAYLOR, William H, Petty Officer, RNVR, Bristol Z 754, Pembroke, 8 April 1919, illness

TAYLOR, William O' F, Boy 1c, JX 140419, Marlborough, 14 July 1928, accidentally killed

TAYLOR, William S, Stoker 1c, P/KX 84825, Hawkins, 11 August 1938, illness

TAYLOR, William T, Leading Stoker, K 12468, Victory, 18 July 1924, illness

TAYLOR, William, Driver, RMA, RMA S 828, RMA Eastney, 1 June 1919, illness in UK

TAYLOR, William, Private, RMLI, 19297 (Ply), Teutonic, 19 November 1918, illness

TAYLOR, William, Stoker 1c, 286537, Victory, 5 November 1919, illness

 

TEAHEN, Henry, Private, RMLI, 22323 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 1 March 1919, illness in UK

TEBBETT, Thomas R C, Signalman, MMR, 977439, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

TEE, Alfred T, Chief Writer, 347262, Victory, 16 January 1921, illness

TEE, Thomas G, Able Seaman, J 29582, Southampton II, RN Base, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), 25 April 1922, illness

TELFER, John R, Able Seaman, J 91303, Dunedin, 18 January 1924, drowned

TELFORD, William, Leading Stoker, K 10747, Vivid, 4 October 1923, illness

TEMME, Francis B, Chief Petty Officer, C/JX 146573, Robin, 12 May 1938, illness

TEMP, George, Chief Petty Officer, D/J 20729, Delhi, 21 August 1932, illness

TEMPLE, Harry P, Able Seaman, J 93647, Pembroke, 20 January 1929, drowned

TENNANT, Sidney, Able Seaman, J 37079, Diana, 17 April 1919, illness

TENSON, Walter, Cook, MMR, 837360, Belgol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 4 May 1919, illness

TERNDRUP, John H, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 30 May 1926, illness

TERREY, Henry C, Able Seaman, J 24742 (Ch), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

TERRY, Albert E, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 14301, Miura, 4 December 1918, illness

TEUMA, Albert, Officer's Steward 3c, 358428, Ajax, 11 July 1923, illness

 

THAIN, Alfred, Chief Shipwright 2c, 344427, Vivid (ex-Malaya), 8 November 1920, illness

THAIN, Charles, Shipwright 2c, 346319, Pelargonium, 28 November 1918, illness

THATCHER, Francis L H, Chief Motor Mechanic, MB 1974 (Po), CMB.62BD, coastal motor boat, 18 August 1919, attack on Kronstadt Harbour

THIRSK, Harold, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 1590, Pembroke, 8 August 1927, illness

THOM, Frederick C W, Chief Electrical Artificer 1c, M 1007, Vulcan, 24 August 1926, road accident, killed

THOM, James M W, Midshipman (A), Naval Pilot's Course No.3, 3 June 1939, road accident, killed

THOM, William S, Ordinary Seaman, J 81793, Queen Elizabeth, 16 April 1921, drowned

THOMAS, Albert H, Private, RMLI, 19176 (Po), RM, 3rd Battalion, 17 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

THOMAS, Charles E, Gunner, RMA, RMA 9404, Crescent, 8 January 1921, illness

THOMAS, Charles F, Leading Cook, M 1724, Victory, 9 February 1920, illness

THOMAS, Charles G, Leading Seaman, 188000, Cumberland, 26 April 1919, illness

THOMAS, Charles H, Stoker 1c, K 58945, Calcutta, 5 November 1924, illness

THOMAS, Clifford B, Stoker 1c, SS 16491, Erin, 24 February 1919, illness

THOMAS, David H, Shipwright Apprentice, M 35267, Pembroke, 13 April 1924, illness

THOMAS, Denis H, Leading Seaman, J 73983, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

THOMAS, Edward A, Petty Officer, D/J 13291, Vivid, 22 July 1931, illness

THOMAS, Ernest J, Telegraphist, P/J 76817, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

THOMAS, Evan, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 9 September 1926, illness

THOMAS, George E, Private, RM, S 14875 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 22 February 1919, illness

THOMAS, George H B, Able Seaman, D/J 108505, Drake, 19 October 1937, illness

THOMAS, Henry J, Able Seaman, J 40178, Pembroke, 13 February 1919, illness

THOMAS, Hugh, Stoker 2c, K 61997, Resolution, 17 February 1924, died

THOMAS, John E, Private, RMLI, 20396 (Ply), Colleen, 20 March 1922, illness

THOMAS, John F, Petty Officer, 197274, Vivid, 14 April 1919, illness

THOMAS, John J W, Able Seaman, J 64690, Nerissa, 1 January 1919, drowned

THOMAS, Kenneth W, Engine Room Artificer 2c, D/M 34509, Drake, 12 February 1937, illness

THOMAS, Lancelot J, Able Seaman, J 45533, Emerald, 14 September 1926, illness

THOMAS, Leon A M, Stoker 2c, K 63496, Victory, 22 March 1924, drowned

THOMAS, Louis A, Commissioned Shipwright, Royal Oak, 17 March 1934, illness in HS Maine

THOMAS, Moses, Stoker 1c, P/KX 76319, Victory, 21 May 1934, illness

THOMAS, Phillip, Marine, 21653 (Ply), Royal Marines HQ, 3 April 1929, illness

THOMAS, William H, Able Seaman, 129962, Victory, 14 April 1919, illness

THOMAS, William J, Station Officer, HMCG, HMCG, 20 October 1924, illness

THOMPSON, Albert H, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 6839, Lavatera, 4 December 1918, illness

THOMPSON, Arthur, Signalman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 6967, Vulcan, 17 December 1918, illness

THOMPSON, Douglas P, Able Seaman, C/JX 141095, Kent, 3 October 1938, drowned

THOMPSON, Edwin, Private, RMLI, 16580 (Ply), RM, 3rd Battalion, 25 November 1918, illness in Aegean

THOMPSON, George (real name, but served as James Casey), Trimmer, RNR, TS 5369, Romilly, 27 November 1918, illness

THOMPSON, Harold A, Paymaster Commander, Boscawen, 13 September 1936, illness

THOMPSON, Hubert H, Chief Petty Officer (Quartermaster Sergeant), RNVR, London Z 485, RND, Benbow Battalion, 20 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

THOMPSON, John E, Able Seaman, MMR, 934374, Strachmaree, 7 December 1918, drowned

THOMPSON, John J H, Stoker 2c, C/KX 91463, Pembroke, 24 July 1937, accidentally killed

THOMPSON, John M, Able Seaman, J 100923, Wolverine, 22 May 1924, illness

THOMPSON, John, Chief Petty Officer, 214105, Pembroke, 20 August 1923, died

THOMPSON, John, Private, RMLI, 15927 (Ply), RND, 2nd RM Battalion, 18 November 1918, discharged, illness in UK

THOMPSON, John, Stoker 1c, K 40926, Victory, 2 December 1918, illness

THOMPSON, Joseph H, Able Seaman, J 46436, Tyrant, 27 December 1918, illness

THOMPSON, Stanley E, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 4718, Endeavour, 15 February 1922, illness

THOMPSON, Victor E, Boy 1c, D/JX 143708, Delhi, 31 May 1936, accidentally killed

THOMPSON, Walter J, Able Seaman, C/J 110745, Escort, 12 November 1934, road accident, killed

THOMPSON, William G, Able Seaman, J 25667, Dolphin, 4 December 1922, illness

THOMPSON, William H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 13914, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

THOMPSON, William, Private, RM, S 11012 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 11 February 1919, illness in UK

THOMSON, Alexander P, Petty Officer, C/J 113357, Calcutta, 16 August 1938, illness

THOMSON, Frederick W, Able Seaman, J 44418, Bruce, 21 February 1920, illness

THOMSON, George, Engineman, RNR, ES 3036, Cheery, 9 February 1919, illness

THOMSON, James R, Leading Seaman, RNR, A 2202, President III, 19 December 1918, illness

THOMSON, James R, Stoker Petty Officer, RNR, TS 561, Pekin, 23 October 1919, drowned

THOMSON, Malcolm, Seaman, RNR, A 4557, Iolaire (Redoubtable, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

THOMSON, Michael W, Act/Warrant Schoolmaster, Hecla, 12 February 1919, illness

THOMSON, Peter, Engineer Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Duke of Cornwall, 20 February 1919, illness

THOMSON, Robert B, Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 9 September 1924, illness

THORNBACK, James J O, Officer's Steward 1c, L 3246, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

THORNE, Sydney R, Regulating Petty Officer, 216932, New Zealand, 19 January 1920, drowned

THORNHILL, George M, Stoker 1c, SS 122759, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

THORNTON, Arthur B, Stoker 1c, SS 122115, Crocus, 5 April 1922, illness

THORNTON, John, Chief Engine Room Artificer, RNR, EA 1025, Acacia, 7 April 1919, drowned

THORNTON, Thomas, Able Seaman, C/JX 128413, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

THORNTON-JONES, Horatio, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Sovereign, 1 March 1934, illness

THORP, Charles A R, Lieutenant, M.1, 12 November 1925, submarine loss, died  (right - born 26 June 1899 at Beadwell Vicarage, District of Belford, Northumberland, son of Charles Fenwick Thorp. At the time of the accident, commanding officer of submarine M.2, then refitting as a seaplane carrier in Chatham Dockyard. Courtesy, Bas Hanrahan, whose mother was a Thorp.)

THORPE, Clement G, Officer's Steward 3c, L 11661, Silvio, 30 November 1919, drowned

THORPE, George, Stoker 1c, K 64074, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

THORPE, William, Skipper, RNR, James & Walter, steamship, 7 March 1919, illness

THRELFALL, Charles H, Stoker 1c, P/KX 75873, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

THRING, Harry L, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 849, Victory, 16 May 1922, accidentally killed

THROWER, John E, Leading Seaman, C/J 113794, Veteran, 15 April 1935, died

THURNALL, William E V, 2nd Lieutenant, RMLI, Commonwealth, 1 February 1921, illness

THURSFIELD, Richard M R, Surgeon Lieutenant, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

THURSTAN, Denzil R, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, Royal Air Force, 24 February 1919, illness

THURTIE, Herbert R, Engineman, RNR, DA 2994, Kingfisher, 18 June 1919, drowned

 

TICKELL, William G, Stoker Chief Petty Officer, M 618, Philomel, 20 October 1923, accidentally killed

TICKNER, Stephen, Stoker 1c, K 35723, Radstock, 27 November 1918, illness

TIDDY, Richard J, Cook, M 7507, Clematis, 2 October 1920, illness

TIDMAN, Robert H, Signal Boy, RNR, SB 2477, Ganges, 13 November 1918, illness

TILLETT, William, Stoker 1c, K 65323, Barham, 8 November 1927, illness

TILLING, John, Petty Officer, 202967, Abercrombie, 8 May 1919, drowned

TILSON, Bertie W, Able Seaman, J 90737, Malaya, 15 February 1921, drowned

TIMMS, Arthur F, Leading Seaman, 228889, Beacon Grange, steamship, 23 January 1919, drowned

TIMMS, Reginald A, Petty Officer, J 25827, Gnat, 2 February 1929, illness

TINDAL-CARILL-WORSLEY, Charles N, Captain, Royal Navy, 21 September 1921, illness

TINDALL, Noel S, Commander, Egmont, transferred from Clematis to hospital, 2 October 1920, illness

TINGEY, Edward, Stoker 1c, SS 120405, Pembroke, 13 October 1921, illness

TINKER, Henry W C, Ty/Honorary Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 7 February 1928, illness

TINKLER, Basil I, Stoker 2c, D/KX 87942, Amphion, 6 August 1936, illness

TINLEY, Walter J, Chief Petty Officer, 155526, Attentive II, 10 May 1919, drowned

TIPPEN, George J N, Leading Stoker, K 16549, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

TITBALL, John, Stoker Petty Officer, K 5300, Revenge, 20 September 1924, drowned

TITE, Luther V, Commissioned Gunner, Royal Navy, 24 June 1937, illness

TITE, William E, Private, RMLI, 15412 (Ply), Powerful, 4 March 1919, illness in UK

TITMUS, Sidney S, Able Seaman, J 106605, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

 

TOBIN, John F A, Trimmer, RNR, TS 8790, Vivid, 18 November 1918, illness

TODD, William, Able Seaman, D/JX 131618, Laburnum, 8 October 1934, died

TOFTS, John R, Chief Writer, 347287, Vivid III, 2 March 1920, illness

TOLHURST, Frank, Leading Cook, M 7796, Pembroke (ex-Carnarvon), 6 January 1921, illness

TOLLIDAY, Frederick C H, Able Seaman, C/J 93958, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

TOLMIE, A. (Initial Only), Private, RM, S 12516 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 7 November 1919, illness in UK

TOLSON, Albert E S, Boy 2c, JX 138327, St Vincent, 10 October 1933, illness

TOMLIN, Edwin, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 7436, Pembroke, 20 July 1919, illness

TOMLINSON, Thomas H, Seaman, RNR, A 7506, Pembroke, 16 February 1919, illness

TOMLINSON, William J, Trimmer, RNR, TS 5493, Raven III, 19 November 1918, illness

TOMLINSON, William W, Stoker Petty Officer, K 485, Vivid, 20 March 1928, illness

TOMPKINS, Albert J, Stoker 1c, P/KX 76068, Effingham, 17 January 1933, illness

TOMPKINS, Joseph G, Petty Officer, J 6002, Victory, 16 April 1928, illness

TOMS, Ernest, Able Seaman, J 20076, Vivid, 9 October 1924, illness

TONG, Cyril F P, Writer, C/MX 46352, Kent, 10 July 1931, illness

TONKIN, Frederick, Electrical Artificer Apprentice, MX 45299, Fisgard, 7 August 1927, illness

TONNER, Charles, Chief Stoker, 302413 (Ch), Dwarf, 5 November 1920, drowned

TOOTELL, Edward, Major, RM, Royal Marines, 11 January 1920, illness

TOOZE, Percy D, Leading Seaman, J 86905, Greenwich, 2 August 1929, road accident, killed

TOPP, John H, Lieutenant, Tamar, 20 December 1926, drowned

TOPPIN, Henry C, Lieutenant (Pilot), M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

TOPPING, William J M, Leading Seaman, C/J 24196, Dolphin, 21 September 1931, illness

TORR, John, Private, RM, S 11616 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 8 December 1918, illness

TOSH, James C, Boy 1c, J 104186, Vivid, 28 January 1922, illness

TOTHILL, Edwin J, Leading Stoker, K 22986 (Dev), Resolution, 15 May 1920, drowned

TOTTENHAM, Charles L, Ty/Lieutenant, RNR, Lorna, 27 November 1918, illness

TOTTERDELL, Arthur E N, Boy 2c, J 94032, Impregnable, 11 April 1919, illness

TOTTERDELL, James H F, Act/Leading Stoker, D/K 61154, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

TOTTMAN, Alfred G, Stoker 1c, C/K 59486, Cumberland, 11 January 1932, illness

TOTTMAN, William, Able Seaman, 221957, Pembroke, 1 April 1919, illness

TOURLE, Cecil T, Leading Seaman, C/J 100904, Pembroke, 23 November 1933, illness

TOWELL, Thomas, Marine, 216788 (Po), RN Hospital, Haslar, 4 July 1939, illness

TOWER, Ernest C, Sub Lieutenant, Engineering Course, 22 August 1924, illness

TOWERS, Charles, Marine, X 210 (Ch), Centurion (ex-Hawkins), 16 September 1930, died

TOWNER, Arthur L A, Able Seaman, J 99640, Wrestler, 22 October 1925, drowned

TOWNSEND, Albert V, Boy 1c, J 70937, Hawkins, 17 October 1919, illness

TOWNSEND, Claud R, Lieutenant (Observer), M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

TOWNSEND, John, Chief Stoker, 296026, Pembroke, 13 March 1919, illness

TOWNSLEY, William E, Stoker Petty Officer, K 1855, Pembroke, 26 September 1929, road accident, killed

 

TRANTER, John J S, Able Seaman, P/JX 127271, Warspite, 15 August 1933, illness

TRANTER, Thomas, Petty Officer, 220796, Vivid (ex-Revenge), 5 February 1921, illness

TRAVERS, Leonard G, Signalman, C/J 107114, Anthony, 20 July 1931, illness

TRAVERS, William A, Stoker 1c, SS 116368, Thunderer, 8 October 1919, accident

TRAVERSE, Stephen, Private, RMLI, 17697 (Ch), RM, 3rd Battalion, 18 November 1918, illness in Turkey

TRAVIS, Albert, Signalman, J 22463, Valiant, 14 October 1921, drowned

TREACY, Philip, Leading Seaman, C/J 105646, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

TREADWELL, Albert W, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 714, Woodcock, 13 January 1927, drowned

TREADWELL, Joseph T, Able Seaman, J 27654, Malaya, 10 January 1922, illness

TREAGUS, James G, Leading Stoker, K 13717, L.33, 11 May 1924, drowned

TREASURE, Douglas G, Lieutenant, RNVR, Kylemore, 10 March 1919, illness

TREJIDJO, Frederick T, Leading Seaman, D/JX 126449, Herald, 22 October 1937, illness

TRELEASE, Ernest, Stoker 1c, P/K 58558, Dolphin, 13 November 1937, illness

TREMAYNE, John W L, Act/Sub Lieutenant, Tarantula, 15 February 1923, illness

TREMERE, Albert, Petty Officer, 192669, Pembroke, 2 April 1920, illness

TREMLETT, Francis F, Petty Officer, 212980 (Dev), Benbow, 5 May 1920, Sevastapol, illness

TREMLETT, Sidney W, Officer's Chief Steward, 359608, Malabar, 23 July 1920, illness

TRESCOTHIE, Henry, Greaser, MMR, 960802, Hazel, 8 December 1918, illness

TRETHEWEY, Walter A, Able Seaman, J 51871 (Po), Resolution, 28 May 1920, drowned

TRETT, William R H, Boy 1c, J 86811 (Ch), Dragon, 17 October 1919, shore action near Riga

TREVARTHEN, William H, Stoker 1c, K 60501, Pembroke, 31 August 1929, illness

TREVELYAN, Percy, Sub Lieutenant, Sable, 10 March 1919, illness

TREVELYN, Roger de T, Lieutenant, Pembroke, 17 December 1928, illness

TREVETT, Arthur W, Master at Arms, 218878, Danae, 26 November 1924, illness

TRIBBLE, Sidney L, Regulating Petty Officer, D/M 39274, Cumberland, 27 November 1932, illness

TRICE, William J, Shipwright 2c, 342862, Calcutta, 26 December 1921, accident

TRICKETT, Charles, Stoker 1c, K 14239 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

TRIGGS, Harry F, Able Seaman, P/JX 132275, Victory, 20 August 1932, road accident, killed

TRILL, Charles F, Officer's Steward 3c, L 12662, Nelson, 11 May 1929, illness

TRIPP, Sydney G, Leading Stoker, K 14053, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

TROLLOPE, Douglas K, Lieutenant, Tobago, 11 December 1918, illness

TROLLOPE, Frank E, Private, RMLI, 19239 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division (ex-Superb), 8 September 1919, illness in UK

TROTTER, Alfred, Artificer Engineer, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

TROTTER, Robert C W, Sub Lieutenant, Course at Portsmouth, 8 May 1932, illness

TROUPIS, Demetrius, Donkeyman, MMR (no service number listed), Billbrough, 14 June 1919, illness

TROUT, Alfred E, Master at Arms, D/M 37395, Drake, 6 April 1934, illness

TRUDGEON, Frederick, Stoker Petty Officer, RAN, 9431, Platypus, 23 November 1919, died

TRUE, Henry L, Ordinary Seaman, J 102934, Curlew, 16 February 1924, illness

TRUMBLY, Benjamin, Able Seaman, J 2192, Pembroke, 8 December 1928, illness

TRUSCOTT, Arthur, civilian dockyard fitter, H.29, 9 August 1926, killed

TRY, Leonard C A, Able Seaman, J 94777, Dublin, 5 February 1923, illness

 

TUCK, Arthur A, Petty Officer, 225535, Victory, 28 June 1927, illness

TUCK, Arthur F, Able Seaman, C/JX 140107, Moth, 20 June 1938, accidentally killed

TUCKER, Alfred, Stoker Petty Officer, 302038, Comus, 28 July 1920, illness

TUCKER, Charles R, Chief Stoker, 305252 (Dev), Crescent, 14 February 1920, illness in UK

TUCKER, Edward, Stoker, RFA, Bacchus, RFA, 14 April 1925, motor boat in collision, drowned

TUCKER, Frank P, Petty Officer, D/J 120, Vivid, 5 June 1931, illness

TUCKER, Frederick J, Officer's Steward 3c, 363935, Alecto, 21 December 1923, accidentally killed

TUCKER, George W, Able Seaman, J 15265, Ladybird, 31 March 1929, drowned

TUCKER, Hector J, Marine, 22594 (Ply), Queen Elizabeth, 25 July 1929, illness

TUCKER, Hubert F, Able Seaman, J 50198 (Po), Nairana, 4 August 1919, drowned in North Russia

TUCKER, John W J, Skipper, MMR (no service number listed), Ivanhoe, 9 January 1919, ship lost

TUCKER, Leslie J, Leading Seaman, D/J 95992, Drake, 23 January 1937, illness

TUCKER, Oliver G, Skipper, RNR, St Delphine (Boscawen), 9 March 1939, collision, killed

TUCKER, Robert H, Stoker 1c, K 47056, Pembroke, 14 September 1923, illness

TUCKER, Victor E, Petty Officer, D/J 19624, Vivid, 2 June 1932, illness

TUKE, Samuel F G, Lieutenant, L.7, 5 May 1925, illness

TULBY, Victor E, Able Seaman, J 104682, Shropshire, 25 June 1930, illness

TULL, Alfred H, Corporal, RM, 14447 (Ply), Delhi, 17 August 1927, heat stroke, died

TULLETT, James A, Leading Seaman, J 41685 (Po), Caledon, 17 October 1920, drowned

TULLY, Ernest, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 18353, Dolphin, 24 September 1921, accident

TUMBER, John W, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 7094, Cambrian, 23 August 1928, road accident (wife also died in accident), killed

TUNBRIDGE, Harold W, Petty Officer, 209951, Vivid, 2 March 1923, illness

TUNDERVARY, John H, Act/Leading Stoker, K 10680 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

TUNNICLIFF, Herbert, Able Seaman, J 32051, Marlborough, 13 August 1922, accidentally killed

TURK, Albert G, Able Seaman, D/JX 133320, Decoy, January 1939, illness, date not listed in record, died

TURNBULL, Claude S B, Lieutenant, Scarab, 10 June 1932, illness

TURNBULL, Walter, Telegraphist Lieutenant, Effingham, 4 June 1929, illness

TURNER, Albert A C, Able Seaman, J 114047, Marlborough, 25 August 1929, road accident, killed

TURNER, Albert E, Able Seaman, SS 6856, Superb, 7 February 1919, drowned

TURNER, Albert G, Able Seaman, J 83715, Pembroke, 13 September 1923, illness

TURNER, Alec T, Lieutenant, RM, Ramillies, 2 March 1939, drowned

TURNER, Archer, Rev, Chaplain, Royal Navy, 18 July 1932, illness

TURNER, Bertie C, Petty Officer, D/J 72652, Hunter, 13 May 1937, mining, killed

TURNER, Edwin S, Lieutenant, RNVR, ML.360, motor launch, 6 March 1919, illness

TURNER, Ernest G, Signalman, J 64645, Resolution, 26 November 1926, illness

TURNER, Fred, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 13092, Victory, 29 November 1918, illness

TURNER, George D W, Lieutenant, Tamar, 1 July 1920, illness

TURNER, Harry W J, Stoker Petty Officer, 296381, Karavnos, 24 April 1919, illness

TURNER, Henry W, Chief Petty Officer, 164104, Commonwealth, 13 February 1919, illness

TURNER, John F, Able Seaman, P/J 92408, Cairo, 13 February 1937, illness

TURNER, John G, 2nd Hand, RNR, SD 945, Rainstorm, 19 March 1919, drowned

TURNER, John H, Act/Leading Seaman, D/JX 134566, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

TURNER, John, Chief Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 6 May 1932, illness

TURNER, Percy, Commissioned Shipwright, Enterprise, 23 November 1923, illness

TURNER, Robert C, Stoker 1c, K 21158, Victory, 14 November 1918, illness

TURNER, Stephen L, Warrant Engineer, on loan to New Zealand Division of Royal Navy, 2 November 1928, illness

TURNER, Timothy, Lieutenant, Tumult, 27 November 1922, accidentally killed

TURNER, Walter I, Leading Signalman, J 36092, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

TURNER, Walter, Stoker Petty Officer, 158282, Attentive III, 26 August 1919, illness

TURRELL, Arthur T, Able Seaman, J 106497, Cardiff, 15 May 1927, illness

TURTLE, Arthur V, Stoker 1c, K 61242, Fisgard, 2 January 1929, died

TUSLER, Thomas, Petty Officer, J 24729, Columbine, 5 July 1922, drowned

TUSSLER, Henry, Able Seaman, 238070, Kent, 6 June 1930, drowned

TUTT, Frederick E, Electrical Artificer Apprentice, C/MX 45652, Pembroke, 21 April 1931, illness

TUTT, William C E, Petty Officer, 155763, Challenger, 13 December 1918, illness

 

TWIDDY, Ernest F C, Stoker Petty Officer, C/K 65944, Valiant, 22 April 1931, road accident, killed

TWIGG, Charles, Stoker 1c, K 7163, Mistley, 16 April 1920, drowned

TWITCHETT, Frederick G, Stoker 1c, K 31335, Lucia, 14 February 1920, illness in UK

 

TYLEE, Errol T, Engineer Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Nairana, 26 January 1919, illness

TYLER, Donald V, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

TYLER, Frederick P, Electrical Artificer 1c, 345114, Superb, 12 September 1919, illness

TYLER, John, Ordinary Seaman, MMR, 883964, Francol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 27 December 1919, boat accident, drowned

TYLER, Reuben, Leading Stoker, K 18030, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

TYLER, William T R, Stoker 1c, KX 78336, Victory, 7 February 1930, illness

TYNAN, Patrick, Stoker 1c, SS 121079, Pembroke, 1 October 1919, illness

TYRWHITT, Robert, Sub Lieutenant, Orpheus, 3 May 1932, illness

TYSON, Thomas J, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 269749, Jumna, 11 May 1920, illness

TYTE, Frederick C, Motor Mechanic, RNVR, MB 2586, CMB.52, coastal motor boat, 3 December 1918, illness

 

 

 

U

 

UDEN, Albert E, Able Seaman, J 81315, Royal Oak, 7 October 1926, accidentally killed

 

UNWIN, William H, Stoker 1c, MC 1672, Hannibal, 19 June 1919, illness

 

UPTON, Kenneth P, Stoker 1C, P/KX 91207, Aurora, 14 October 1938, drowned

 

URQUHART, Kenneth W, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 3156, Vivid, 10 March 1920, illness

 

USBORNE, Thomas R G, Sub Lieutenant, CMB.79A, coastal motor boat, 18 August 1919, attack on Kronstadt Harbour

USHER, Charles J, Able Seaman, J 93569, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

USHER, David E, Ordinary Seaman, J 104705, Vimiera, 4 December 1924, accidentally killed

USHER, Robert, Seaman, RNR, A 5331, Vivid, 17 February 1919, illness

 

UTTING, Fredeick J, Stoker 1c, SS 124832, Calypso, 4 February 1921, illness

 

 

 

V

 

VAIARELLA, Antonio, Steward, E/LX 21002, Hood, 12 September 1938, illness

VALENTINE, Victor E D, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, Victory, 21 May 1922, illness

VALLANCE, William R, Cadet, RN Engineering College Keyham, 13 December 1918, illness

VALLINGS, Frederick F O, Sub Lieutenant, Catspaw, 31 December 1919, ship lost (grave right - Gareth Thomas)

VALLIS, William G, Able Seaman, J 12116, Britomart, 5 August 1919, heat stroke

VAN DER VORD, Richard F, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 28 June 1936, illness

VANCE, William, Private, RM, S 8469 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 14 February 1919, illness

VANHORN, Frederick, Constable (no service number listed), Malta Dockyard, 15 December 1935, illness

VANNER, Eric G, Engine Room Artificer 1c, D/M 11315, Devonshire, 10 March 1933, died

VANSTONE, Jim, Commissioned Supply Officer, Revenge, 20 December 1927, illness

VANSTONE, Wilfred J, Leading Seaman, 232533 (Dev), Bombardier, 27 March 1919, drowned

VARCOE, Alfred, Stoker 1c, K 18051, Vivid, 28 September 1929, illness

VARDON, Gerald A, Lieutenant, FAA, 825 Sqn, Glorious, 5 February 1937, aircraft crash at sea, killed

VASS, David A, Seaman, RNR, A 5309, Victory, 14 December 1918, illness

VASS, Jack, Able Seaman, 204902, Tryphon, 3 July 1919, illness

VASS, Reginald, Chief Petty Officer, 223858, Excellent, 7 September 1926, died

VATTER, George S W, Petty Officer Telegraphist, J 6164, Victory, 17 March 1919, illness

VAUDIN, George C, Ordnance Artificer Apprentice, C/MX 58919, Pembroke, 26 March 1939, illness

VAUGHAN, William C A, Leading Seaman, J 32281, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

 

VEAL, Frederick, Able Seaman, J 17299, Attentive III, 26 August 1919, illness

VEAL, John B G, Private, RMLI, S 1704 (Ch), Ambitious, 18 February 1919, illness in UK

VEALE, Frederick L, Able Seaman, J 50203, Vivid, 12 April 1930, illness

VELLA, Guiseppe, Officer's Cook 1c, E/LX 20649, Curlew, 5 June 1931, illness

VELLA, Joseph, Petty Officer Steward, E/LX 20354, Cyclops, 16 October 1932, illness

VELLA, Raphaell, Officer's Steward 2c, 358722, Ceres, 19 September 1923, illness

VENABLES, George, Yeoman of Signals, 203160, Victory, 24 February 1919, illness

VENING, George, Signalman, J 21276, RN Shore Signal Station, Beachy Head, 6 October 1931, illness

VENN, Samuel G, Able Seaman, J 45892, Champion, 30 January 1919, drowned

VEREKER, Foley G P, Lieutenant, Venturous, 14 February 1921, drowned

VERNON, John D, Petty Officer Steward, C/LX 20513, Sutton, 28 April 1938, died

VESEY, Blakeman, Lieutenant, Danae, 14 November 1933, drowned

VESEY-FITZGERALD, William P D, Lieutenant, Carlisle, 14 February 1923, illness

 

VIALES, Ernest J, Assistant Steward, MMR, 702625, Eaglet, 17 February 1919, illness

VICE, Wilfred, Able Seaman, C/J 13006, Kent, 19 December 1930, accidentally killed

VICKERY, Richard H, Supply Chief Petty Officer, P/M 5347, Dryad, 14 September 1930, accidentally killed

VICKERY, Samuel H, Surgeon Commander, Thalia, 25 July 1919, illness

VICKERY, William J, Able Seaman, 210467, Seraph, 26 December 1921, drowned

VIGOUR, Cyril, Stoker 1c, P/KX 78095, Victory, 21 August 1933, illness

VINCENT, Arthur J, Able Seaman, C/J 24276, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

VINCENT, John, Gunner, RMA, RMA 14332, Eileen, 13 February 1919, illness

VINCENT, Reginald G, Able Seaman, J 29249, Victory, 16 March 1920, illness

VINCENT, William C, Leading Seaman, 219905, Ajax, 2 October 1922, illness

VINES, Alfred E, Commissioned Gunner, Royal Navy, 17 June 1921, illness

VINEY, Frederick C, Officer's Steward 1c, 365890, Minerva, 19 November 1918, died

VINEY, Rolf, Commander, Fitzroy, 20 April 1922, illness

VINSON, Arthur W, Leading Cook, P/M 15326, Nelson, 21 September 1935, died

VIVIAN, Golfred R, Petty Officer, P/J 92875, Victory, 21 August 1933, road accident, killed

VIVIAN, Leslie T, Able Seaman, J 62748, Speedy, 23 September 1922, drowned

 

VOAK, William J, Able Seaman, P/J 109338, H.24, 16 June 1932, road accident, killed

VOSS, Ernest E, Private, RME, RME 346, RM Engineers, 10 January 1919, illness

 

 

 

W

 

WACE, Stephen C, Lieutenant Colonel, RMA, RM Artillery, 21 May 1920, illness

WADDLE, David, Boy 2c, JX 151631, Ganges, 11 January 1937, illness

WADE, Joseph J, Chief Officer, HM Coast Guard, HM Coastguard Station Withernsea, 30 November 1919, illness

WAGANOFF, Walter G, Lieutenant (Russian Interpreter), Fox, 25 August 1919, Glowworm explosion, killed

WAITE, James H, Marine, 24396 (Ch), Enterprise, 10 May 1926, died

WAITES, Alfred, Stoker 1c, D/KX 86525, Hunter, 13 May 1937, mining, killed

WAKE, William G, Chief Stoker, K 16568, Warspite, 23 May 1928, accidentally killed

WAKEHAM, John, Private, RM, S 13624 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 27 December 1918, accident

WAKEHAM, Robert, Chief Petty Officer, 163258, Vivid, 23 February 1919, illness

WAKELEY, Victor Mortimer, 3rd Officer, RFA, Bacchus, RFA, 14 April 1925, motor boat in collision, drowned

WAKELY, Alfred H, Artificer Engineer, L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

WALDRON, Albury A, Officer's Steward 2c, L 5528, Vivid, 21 March 1919, drowned

WALDRON, Edward L, Ordinary Seaman, J 103545, Emperor of India, 11 October 1924, illness

WALDRON, John, Midshipman, Ramillies, 13 June 1926, illness

WALE, William L K, Leading Stoker, K 59814, Pembroke, 9 April 1926, illness

WALES, Michael, Leading Stoker, 303910, Hecla, 2 June 1920, illness

WALKER, Alexander, Engineman, RNR, ES 1292, Boy Bob, 23 March 1919, illness

WALKER, Alfred J, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 55148, Dorsetshire, 2 May 1937, illness

WALKER, Archibald R H, Lieutenant, Whitshed, 4 September 1934, illness

WALKER, Charles G, Stoker 1c, C/KX 75281, Wolsey, 8 December 1934, died

WALKER, Edward C, Able Seaman, J 101332, Pembroke, 19 May 1929, illness

WALKER, Ernest, Able Seaman, J 90331, Whirlwind, 3 January 1926, illness

WALKER, Francis H G, Captain, Greenwich, 11 January 1937, illness

WALKER, Frederick G, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 3644, Vivid, 23 January 1919, illness

WALKER, Frederick M, Captain (ret), President, 7 February 1919, illness

WALKER, George H, Signal Boy, RNR, SB 1944, Idaho, 12 February 1919, illness

WALKER, James H, Sub Lieutenant, Douglas, 5 May 1932, illness

WALKER, John H, Private, RMLI, 20036 (Ch), RMLI, Chatham Division, 17 March 1919, illness

WALKER, John, Able Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 6921, Ceto, 12 November 1918, illness

WALKER, Ralph, Stoker 1c, P/KX 78023, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

WALKER, Robert H, Leading Seaman, 238522, Blue Sky, tender to Queen Elizabeth, 12 June 1922, ship loss, died

WALKER, Robert R, Able Seaman, C/JX 138078, Kent, 25 July 1939, illness

WALKER, Thomas, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 269982 (Ch), Peregrine, 19 November 1918, drowned

WALKER, William E, Leading Boatman, 204453, HM Coastguard Station Deal, 28 November 1920, mine explosion

WALKER, William, Stoker 1c, K 22942, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

WALL, Arthur W, Able Seaman, J 6916, Emerald, 30 November 1927, illness

WALL, Francis B, Petty Officer Cook, P/M 34657, Victory, 28 February 1938, illness

WALL, Horace, Leading Signalman, 220825, Blake, 24 November 1918, illness

WALL, John T, 2nd Hand, RNR, DA 12571, Morning Star, 29 July 1919, drowned

WALL, Leslie A, Cook, P/M 38483, Boscawen, 5 July 1935, illness

WALL, William J, Stoker 1c, C/KX 75909, Frobisher, 9 August 1933, illness

WALLACE, Andrew C, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 1390, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

WALLACE, Donald C, Able Seaman, J 69473, Revenge, 19 July 1920, illness

WALLACE, Malcolm A, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Alice, 7 May 1919, illness

WALLACE, William, Leading Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 8667, President III, 1 April 1919, illness

WALLER, Richard H, Stoker 1c, C/K 62005, Shoreham, 1 May 1933, illness

WALLIS, Henry (real name, but served as Henry Schwartz), Stoker 1c, K 6949, Pembroke, 20 February 1920, illness

WALLIS, James G, Surgeon Commander, Impregnable, 19 July 1922, illness

WALLWORK, James, Stoker 2c, C/KX 89886, Pembroke, 13 January 1937, illness

WALNE, Archibald F D, Signalman, RAN, 10030, Royal Australian Navy, 12 January 1924, drowned

WALSH, John, Private, RM, S 13001 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 24 November 1918, accident in Havre

WALSH, Joseph A, Leading Telegraphist, J 41572, Victory I, 29 February 1920, illness

WALSH, Michael, Stoker 1c, K 31017, Lobelia, 18 January 1919, illness

WALSH, William, Stoker 1c, K 21647, Sterling, 9 August 1928, illness

WALSWORTH, Arthur N, Able Seaman, J 99609, Iroquois, 4 May 1930, drowned

WALTER, Arthur, Petty Officer, J 22770, Cricket, 24 September 1925, illness

WALTER, Charles A, Petty Officer, J 1304, Pembroke, 15 October 1924, road accident, killed

WALTERS, Alfred C, Able Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 1811, Tanfield, steamship, 20 February 1919, illness

WALTERS, Harold G, Stoker Petty Officer, K 30, Egmont, 3 July 1919, illness

WALTERS, Maurice H, Midshipman, Devonshire, 28 January 1934, died

WALTERS, Maurice H, Midshipman, RN Hospital, Malta, 28 January 1934, illness

WALTON, Albert, Able Seaman, J 29140, Victory, 12 November 1918, illness

WALTON, Alfred R, Able Seaman, C/J 100300, Pembroke, 9 August 1931, road accident, died

WALTON, Laverick, Trimmer, RNR, TS 788, John Bradford, 28 November 1918, illness

WALTON, Reginald F, Sick Berth Attendant, P/MX 49299, RN Hospital, Haslar, 24 February 1934, illness

WALTON, William D, Stoker 1c, K 24565, Constance, 12 September 1925, drowned

WARBURTON, Herbert J, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 13378, Carnarvon, 17 October 1919, illness in Gibraltar

WARBURTON, Llewellyn R, Surgeon Commander, RN Hospital, Haslar, 5 March 1932, illness

WARBY, Joseph P, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 6251, President III, 15 March 1919, illness

WARD, Alfred E, Chief Artificer Engineer, Magic, 12 February 1919, illness

WARD, Arthur J, Stoker 1c, SS 122597, Ajax, 10 April 1922, accidentally killed

WARD, Arthur R, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 11360, Marlborough, 5 July 1924, illness

WARD, Cecil C, Signalman, RNVR, Bristol Z 10792, Gibraltar, 15 November 1918, drowned

WARD, Charles E, Able Seaman, J 1286, Pembroke, 31 March 1920, illness

WARD, Charles H V, Chief Petty Officer, D/239383, Caroline, 16 September 1937, illness

WARD, Charles W, Stoker 1c, P/KX 79238, Grimsby, 20 May 1935, illness

WARD, Edward G, Shipwright 2c, M 6763, Titania, 20 October 1924, drowned

WARD, Edward, Ordinary Seaman, J 73811, Savage, 10 December 1918, illness

WARD, Edward, Petty Officer, 154371, HM Coastguard Station Coverack, 13 February 1919, drowned

WARD, Frederick G, Able Seaman, J 4150, Vampire, 2 November 1920, illness

WARD, Frederick J, Able Seaman, 181956, Vivid, 9 April 1919, illness

WARD, Horace W, Able Seaman, SS 8464 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

WARD, Lawrence, Stoker 1c, SS 121004, Vivid, 6 June 1919, illness

WARD, Patrick, Able Seaman, C/JX 131085, Cumberland, 9 January 1932, died

WARD, Thomas H, Ordinary Seaman, J 113840, Warspite, 5 April 1927, drowned

WARD, Thomas W, Officer's Cook 2c, C/LX 20162, Sabre, 20 December 1938, illness

WARD, Thomas, Able Seaman, RNVR, Mersey Z 3368, Hebburn, steamship, 5 December 1918, illness

WARD, William R, Musician, RMB, RMB 2263, Highflyer, 8 January 1921, illness

WARDER, Richard B G, Major, RMA, Resolution, 22 January 1921, illness

WARDLEY, Edward, Armourers Mate, M 2872, Pembroke, 25 February 1919, illness

WARE, John T, Gunner, Glorious, 15 June 1923, illness

WAREHAM, Edward J, Boy 2c, J 94474, Impregnable, 28 February 1919, illness

WAREHAM, Leslie, Leading Telegraphist, P/JX 134173, Deptford, 24 September 1938, illness

WAREING, Percy, Stoker 2c, K 63504, Vivid, 28 February 1924, illness

WARING, George H, Petty Officer, J 1411, Thanet, 27 May 1925, drowned

WARMAN, Edmund, Chief Skipper, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 26 October 1937, illness

WARNES, William H, Able Seaman, C/J 108521, Pembroke, 4 September 1931, road accident, killed

WARREN, Christopher F, Mechanician, 308634 (Ch), Fandango, 3 July 1919, ship lost

WARREN, Edwin N, Able Seaman, J 95403, Emerald, 28 December 1926, illness

WARREN, Ernest P, Able Seaman, J 44287, Mutine, 30 May 1921, illness

WARREN, Frederick C, Able Seaman, P/J 48212, Hawkins, 22 April 1938, illness

WARREN, George A, Chief Yeoman of Signals, 160645, Crescent, 28 December 1918, illness

WARREN, Harold W, Leading Stoker, K 18826, Ajax, 25 February 1919, illness

WARREN, James W, Sergeant, RMA, RMA 10751, Ramillies, 8 April 1919, illness

WARREN, John T, Skipper, RNR, Arctic Whale, 23 November 1919, illness

WARREN, Thomas S, Stoker Petty Officer, K 4688, Tiverton, 16 April 1919, drowned

WARREN, Thomas, Marine, 5994 (Ch), Cleopatra, 20 June 1929, illness

WARREN, William, Stoker Petty Officer, K 3363, Pembroke, 24 May 1919, illness

WARRINGTON, Harry, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 9687, HM Coast Guard Inchkeith, 11 March 1919, illness

WARWICK, Ralph D, Able Seaman, J 28845, Colombo, 13 January 1926, illness

WASH, Walter H, Able Seaman, J 12352 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

WASHINGTON, Harry G, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 2683, RND, Hood Battalion, 3 April 1919, discharged, illness in UK

WASHINGTON, Sidney W, Leading Seaman, J 24140, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

WASS, Leonard, Signalman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 8792, Ocean Roamer, 16 December 1918, illness

WATERFIELD, George H, Able Seaman, J 32831, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

WATERMAN, William, Chief Yeoman of Signals, C/J 13749, Pembroke, 9 September 1935, died

WATERS, Frederick W A, Stoker 1c, K 60872, Britannia, RN College, Dartmouth, 7 October 1926, illness

WATERS, Thomas J, Able Seaman, J 35067, Vivid, 22 May 1923, accidentally killed

WATERWORTH, Frank R, Petty Officer, J 41623, Tamar, 5 June 1924, illness

WATKIN, William R, Ordinary Seaman, J 94909, Ajax, 9 October 1920, accident

WATKINS, Albert E, Able Seaman, J 101435, Pembroke, 27 May 1926, illness

WATKINS, Charles J, Able Seaman, J 98026, Excellent, 25 October 1927, illness

WATKINS, James G, Warrant Engineer, Iron Duke, 25 April 1928, illness

WATKINSON, Arthur S, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

WATKINSON, Donald J G, Lieutenant, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

WATLING, Victor G, Able Seaman, J 47170, Royal Sovereign, 9 December 1918, drowned

WATNEY, Basil G, Lieutenant, RNVR, ML.236, motor launch, 28 October 1919, illness

WATSON, Albert E, Private, RMLI, 19810 (Ch), RM Headquarters, 26 April 1921, illness

WATSON, Alexander, Skipper, RNR, Vivid, 30 May 1919, died

WATSON, Bernard C, Gunner, Lucia, 13 February 1924, illness

WATSON, Charles E, Sub Lieutenant (A), FAA, 800 Sqn, Ark Royal, 2 August 1939, air crash, killed

WATSON, Charles J T, Surgeon Lieutenant, RNVR, London Division, RNVR, 25 December 1938, illness

WATSON, George, Engine Room Artificer 1c, C/MX 52472, Woolston, 12 January 1937, died

WATSON, Henry C, Able Seaman, D/J 104432, Drake, 27 October 1936, illness

WATSON, James, Marine, 18380 (Ch), Royal Oak, 6 March 1926, died

WATSON, John A, Stoker 1c, SS 125895, Lowestoft, 1 March 1926, accidentally killed

WATSON, Robert D, Able Seaman, J 28030, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

WATSON, Robert, Engineman, RNR, ES 651, Implacable, 2 December 1918, illness

WATSON, Robert, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 11 September 1919, illness

WATSON, Thomas B, Able Seaman, J 31885, Dunedin, 17 July 1929, illness

WATSON, Thomas T, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 6537, Caledonian, steamship, 4 December 1918, illness

WATSON, William A, Stoker 1c, C/KX 67092, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

WATSON, William, Petty Officer, J 7759, Pembroke, 22 November 1918, illness

WATSON-PAUL, Guy V, Lieutenant, RNR, Egmont, 19 August 1919, illness

WATT, David, Seaman, RNR, C 1721, Avoca, 17 November 1918, illness

WATTERS, William, Leading Seaman, D/JX 130358, Hunter, 13 May 1937, mining, killed

WATTERSON, William, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

WATTS, Albert E, Stoker 1c, K 65436, Effingham, 9 June 1927, accidentally killed

WATTS, Albert W L, Leading Stoker, P/KX 83422, Dainty, 27 July 1939, illness

WATTS, Alexander W, Stoker 1c, K 11139, Tamar, 10 September 1926, illness

WATTS, Allan J N, Leading Seaman, J 10560, Vivid, 5 July 1924, illness

WATTS, Cecil G E, Able Seaman, SSX 12937, Courageous, 13 July 1930, road accident, killed

WATTS, Edward, Coastguardsman 3c, 285179, HM Coast Guard Station Southsea, 24 November 1919, illness

WATTS, John C, Able Seaman, P/J 86158, Delight, 23 December 1935, illness

WATTS, Thomas H, Able Seaman, J 68490 (Po), Greenwich, 16 November 1918, drowned

WATTS, William J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 10280, Vivid, 10 February 1927, illness

WAY, William E, Trimmer, RNR, TS 4137, Vera Grace, 1 December 1918, illness

 

WEATHERLEY, Allan, Sick Berth Attendant, P/MX 50591, RN Hospital, Haslar, 13 May 1934, illness

WEAVER, James, Able Seaman, 213937, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

WEAVING, Henry J, Marine, 22438 (Ply), Dunedin, 2 January 1928, accidentally killed

WEAVING, William, Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 14169, Calcutta, 22 October 1929, illness

WEBB, Albert, Able Seaman, P/J 111411, Victory, 11 March 1933, road accident, killed

WEBB, Arthur A, Boy 1c, JX 132101, Repulse, 14 July 1930, illness

WEBB, Charles S, Able Seaman, J 40368, Catspaw, 31 December 1919, ship lost (grave right - Gareth Thomas)

WEBB, Edward W, Telegraphist, J 21648, Benbow, 25 January 1922, accidentally killed

WEBB, Francis W, Boy 2c, J 102067, Impregnable, 5 June 1921, illness

WEBB, Fred, Stoker Petty Officer, K 13071, Victory, 17 August 1929, illness

WEBB, George T, Stoker 1c, K 13876, Pembroke, 1 September 1919, illness

WEBB, Henry G, Boy 1c, JX 134334, Ganges, 3 March 1931, illness

WEBB, James, Able Seaman, J 19636 (Ch), Fandango, 3 July 1919, ship lost

WEBB, Oliver, Lance Corporal, RMLI, 11822 (Po), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 4 May 1919, France, DOW in UK

WEBB, Thomas E, Coastguardsman 2c, 149238, HM Coast Guard Station Sheephaven, County Donegal, 17 October 1919, illness

WEBB, Thomas P, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 19 July 1919, illness

WEBB, W (initial only) R, Ordinary Seaman, RAN, 21363, Hobart (RAN), 1 November 1938, died

WEBB, William J H, Greaser, MMR (no service number listed), Glen Usk, 16 November 1918, illness

WEBB, William, Stoker Petty Officer, 283774, Wildfire, 20 November 1918, illness

WEBBER, Charles G, Act/Paymaster Commander, President, 6 February 1919, illness

WEBBER, Frederick C, Leading Stoker, D/K 236616, Centurion, 19 June 1935, illness

WEBBER, Frederick E, Leading Telegraphist, J 27488, Tamar, 6 June 1922, accidentally killed

WEBBER, Frederick, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 1544, RND, Hawke Battalion, 1 December 1918, German prisoner of war, illness

WEBBER, George J H, Stoker Petty Officer, K 3031, Vivid (ex-Walrus), 14 March 1920, accident

WEBBER, James E C, Sub Lieutenant, Course at Portsmouth, 22 March 1931, illness

WEBBER, Samuel C, Leading Stoker, 183706 (Dev), Kinross, 16 June 1919, ship lost

WEBLEY, William T, Lieutenant, President, 15 May 1919, explosion, killed ashore

WEBSELL, Walter J, Stoker 1c, K 29291, Victory, 21 January 1924, illness

WEBSTER, Albert E, Leading Seaman, J 92635, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

WEBSTER, Ernest J E, Paymaster Lieutenant (ret), Margaret And Andrew, steamship, 22 April 1919, illness

WEBSTER, Harold, Able Seaman, J 76180, Carlisle, 11 May 1920, drowned

WEBSTER, Harold, Able Seaman, J 76180, Carlisle, 11 May 1924, drowned

WEBSTER, John, Able Seaman, J 43078, Vivid, 7 February 1922, illness

WEBSTER, Wilfred A, Gunner, Hermes, 6 June 1933, illness

WEBSTER, William C, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, SD 4685, ML.318, motor launch, 30 November 1918, illness

WEBSTER, William, Quartermaster Sergeant, RMLI, 8036 (Ply), RM Headquarters, 11 September 1919, illness

WEEDON, Frank A W, Act/Sub Lieutenant, Britannia, RN College, Dartmouth, 21 July 1923, illness

WEEDON, Thomas, Stoker 1c, SS 124187, Pembroke, 7 October 1919, illness

WEEKLY, Charles R S, Stoker Petty Officer, P/K 57847, Ladybird, 5 December 1937, drowned

WEEKS, Albert E, Stoker 1c, D/K 23764, Caradoc, 1 April 1934, illness

WEEKS, Ernest H, Leading Stoker, 305276 (Dev), Concord, 22 January 1920, Russia, illness, buried near Istanbul

WEEKS, George W S, Chief Petty Officer Mechanic 2c, F 54675, Pembroke, 10 February 1920, illness

WEEKS, John R, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, 347574, Ambrose, 13 January 1924, died

WEEKS, Reginald J C, Marine, 23153 (Ch), Ramillies, 5 June 1928, illness in RN Hospital Malta

WEEKS, William B, Boy 1c, JX 127358, Rodney, 11 September 1928, accidentally killed

WEIGHILL, Ernest, Signalman, J 64055, Campbell, 27 March 1923, train accident in Constantinople, killed

WEIGHTMAN, Leonard, Boy 2c, J 107275, Ganges, 4 June 1923, illness

WEIR, Alexander, Stoker 1c, MC 913 (Ch), Gentian, 15 July 1919, mined

WEIR, William Mc L, Able Seaman, J 41175, Malaya, 17 December 1918, illness

WELBY, Richard M, Captain, Champion, 24 April 1930, illness

WELCH, Charles, Able Seaman, RNVR, Sussex-Z 198, RND, Hawke Battalion, 28 January 1919, discharged, illness in UK

WELCH, Douglas W R, Stoker 1c, P/KX 75178, Wallace, 10 July 1932, illness

WELCH, G (initial only), Petty Officer, JX 158688, Campbell, 13 January 1939, illness

WELCH, George J, Able Seaman, P/J 10850, Nelson, 5 January 1931, illness

WELCH, James J, Private, RM, S 10383 (Deal), RM Labour Corps, 4 March 1921, illness

WELCH, Richard G, Able Seaman, J 37574, Diomede, 20 November 1926, illness

WELCH, William H M, Stoker 1c, K 18634, L.7, submarine, on books of Ambrose, 31 August 1920, illness in Singapore

WELDON, Bertram de W, Honorary Major, RM, Royal Marines, 7 October 1922, illness

WELLER, Frederick, Able Seaman, J 76350, Cinceria, 19 February 1919, illness

WELLER, William H L, Able Seaman, J 53045, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

WELLINGS, Frederick J, Able Seaman, J72593, Pembroke, 7 May 1930, illness

WELLINGTON, Frederick C, Able Seaman, J 49478, Warspite, 10 August 1920, drowned

WELLS, Charles T, Able Seaman, J 23612 (Po), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

WELLS, Edward, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, London Z 8204, Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

WELLS, George A, Private, RMLI, 12308 (Ply), Colleen, 11 October 1921, illness

WELLS, James T, Boy Servant, L 11475, Pembroke, 23 February 1919, illness

WELLS, James W, Stoker Petty Officer, D/KX 81583, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

WELLS, John A, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 5842, RND, 63rd Divisional Depot Battalion, 30 January 1919, discharged, illness in UK

WELLS, John J R, Marine, X 6 (Po), Nelson, 22 October 1928, illness

WELLS, Stephen W, Private, RMLI, 13026 (Ch), Triad, 2 April 1919, illness in Taranto

WELLS, William A E, Stoker, RAN, 4633, Australia (RAN), 21 September 1919, illness

WESS, Harry, Chief Baker, MMR, 946635, Eaglet, 24 February 1919, illness

WEST, Albert, Able Seaman, J 69054, Revenge, 15 November 1920, illness

WEST, Alexander G, Leading Seaman, D/JX 132508, Drake, 7 July 1937, road accident, killed

WEST, Clement F, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 79168, Royal Sovereign, 1 January 1932, illness

WEST, Dick, Petty Officer 2c (Pens), 139435, Royal Navy (demobilised), 21 August 1919, illness

WEST, Frank, Leading Supply Assistant, M 37485, Scarab, 7 September 1928, illness

WEST, Gilbert, Trimmer, RNR, TS 6399, Actaeon, 12 November 1918, illness

WEST, James, Ty/Skipper, RNR, George A West, 13 November 1918, illness

WEST, John G, Leading Telegraphist, P/J 53099, Royal Navy, 23 January 1939, illness

WEST, John T E, Gunner, RMA, RMA 13942, Benbow, 24 September 1920, illness

WEST, Lewis H, Stoker 1c, K 20832 (Po), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

WEST, Matthew, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 4714, Helmsdale II, 28 February 1919, drowned

WEST, Orlando, Petty Officer, J 133, Resolution, 21 September 1925, illness

WEST, Robert H, Able Seaman, 234747, Queen Elizabeth, 13 January 1920, illness

WESTALL, Robert C, Able Seaman, J 28978 (Ch), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

WESTBROOK, Cecil F, Officer's Steward 2c, L 6509, Rocket, 3 September 1919, drowned

WESTBROOK, William H, Marine, 18320 (Ch), Royal Marines HQ, 2 November 1930, illness

WESTCOTT, Greenfield, Leading Seaman, K 1139 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

WESTGATE, Joseph G, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 8152, Implacable, 2 December 1918, illness

WESTLEY, John, Krooman (no service number listed), Lowestoft, 15 December 1919, illness

WESTMACOTT, James H, Able Seaman, J 95664, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

WESTON, Charles E S, Steward, P/L 14519, Nelson, 15 August 1936, illness

WESTON, Sydney H J, Petty Officer, P/J 110315, Vernon, 8 March 1936, illness

WESTWOOD, Albert, Sergeant, RM Police, RMP 80 (Ch), RM P, 20 November 1937, illness

WESTWOOD, John C, Leading Stoker, P/KX 80045, Hyperion, 6 November 1938, shot by a barkeeper in Marseilles, France, died in hospital

WESTWOOD, Ronald, Able Seaman, P/JX 145341, Osprey, 28 November 1937, road crash, killed

WESTWOOD, Thomas H, Supply Petty Officer, D/M 6150, Caradoc, 10 February 1931, illness

WETHERILL, Joseph W, Able Seaman, J 11196, Pembroke, 3 May 1929, illness

 

WHALLEY, Albert, Senior Reserve Attendant, M 20518, Garth Castle, 12 November 1918, illness

WHATFORD, Harry A, Able Seaman, J 25900, Vivid, 2 March 1929, illness

WHAYMAN, George, Gunner, RMA, RMA 9052, RM Headquarters, 15 June 1921, illness

WHEADON, John R, Stoker 1c, P/K 21435, Vernon, 1 September 1935, illness

WHEATLAND, Reginald G, Able Seaman, J 18817, Victory I, 22 October 1922, illness in RN Hospital Haslar

WHEATLEY, Charlie, Ordinary Seaman, SS 9214, Shakespeare, 8 February 1921, drowned

WHEATLEY, John W, Engineman, RNR, ES 5070, Gunner, 20 December 1918, illness

WHEATLEY, Thomas E, Stoker 1c, K 17736, Speedy, 23 September 1922, drowned

WHEATON, Harold, Bugler, RMLI, 19979 (Ch), Emile Nobel, 21 May 1919, Caspian Sea, KIA

WHEELDON, Harry, Ordnance Artificer, P/M 35305, Nelson, 8 August 1936, illness

WHEELER, Frederic A J, Officer's Cook 3c, P/LX 20123, Winchester, 29 December 1935, illness

WHEELER, Herbert, Telegraphist, P/JX 127710, Victory I, 20 November 1934, road accident, killed

WHEELER, Horace A, Petty Officer, J 31616, L.12, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

WHEELER, William E, Leading Telegraphist, C/J 28333, Pembroke, 28 February 1938, illness

WHELTON, John, Stoker 1c, D/KX 75209, Carlisle, 10 February 1934, illness

WHENMEN, William F, Private, RMLI, 10368 (Ply) (RFR B 304), RND, Plymouth Battalion, 20 July 1919, discharged, illness in UK

WHIDDETT, Charles, Telegraphist, J 104990, Pembroke, 23 July 1927, road accident, killed

WHIFFIN, Arthur C, Shipwright, C/MX 45374, Hawkins, 24 April 1938, illness

WHITAKER, John R, Sergeant, RMLI, 15477 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 5 April 1919, illness

WHITBY, James H, Able Seaman, J 45294, Hermes, 26 December 1925, accidentally killed

WHITE, Albert J G, Leading Stoker, K 27485, Sandhurst, 23 November 1919, illness

WHITE, Alfred A, Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 5 February 1919, illness

WHITE, Arthur G, Stoker 1c, K 18724, Victory, 15 November 1918, illness

WHITE, Charles D, Stoker 1c, P/K 63977, Coventry, 7 November 1930, drowned

WHITE, Edmond H, Able Seaman, J 85394, Sepoy, 2 February 1929, illness

WHITE, Edward H, Able Seaman, P/J 102222, Victory, 21 September 1935, illness

WHITE, Ernest C, Quartermaster Sergeant, RM, E 24036 (Ch), Chatham, 29 July 1938, illness

WHITE, Frederick R, Stoker Petty Officer, K 18594, Blake, 14 November 1920, fire

WHITE, George E, Mechanician, P/M 66566, Hawkins, 21 April 1938, illness

WHITE, Gibson J, Shipwright 1c, 342751, CMB.22B, coastal motor boat, 23 July 1919, illness

WHITE, John B, Honorary Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 6 January 1934, illness

WHITE, Joseph F, Leading Stoker, K 16104, Cricket, 30 September 1925, drowned

WHITE, Joseph, Chief Officer, HM Coast Guard, HM Coast Guard, 23 July 1920, illness

WHITE, Richard F, Mechanician 1c, C/KX 78073, Cumberland, 21 November 1937, illness

WHITE, Robert J, Assistant Steward, MMR, 882944, Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

WHITE, Thomas E, Trimmer, RNR, TS 5619, Idaho, 20 August 1919, illness

WHITE, Victor J, Telegraphist, D/J 136249, Defiance, 13 February 1937, road accident, killed

WHITEAR, Joseph H, Stoker 1c, D/K 64153, Ouse, 22 May 1933, illness

WHITEFIELD, Edward, Armourers Crew, M 19227, Greenwich, 10 February 1919, illness

WHITEHEAD, Charles A, Stoker 2c, K 55105, Pembroke, 2 December 1918, illness

WHITEHEAD, Elliott E, Assistant Steward, MMR, 976082, Mariner, 10 March 1919, illness

WHITEHEAD, John W, Signalman, J 31965, Ambrose, 21 February 1926, illness

WHITELAW, Francis, Telegraphist, C/J 108874, Shoreham, 24 April 1934, illness

WHITEWAY, Henry C, Cook, P/MX 47272, Effingham, 2 August 1930, illness

WHITFIELD, George W, Stoker 1c, K 67000, Bruce, 27 March 1928, accidentally killed

WHITFIELD, Henry, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 12109, Satellite, 14 November 1918, illness

WHITFORD, Alfred W, Boy 2c, J 96633, Impregnable, 16 August 1920, illness

WHITING, Francis C, Able Seaman, D/JX 127947, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

WHITING, Frederick J T, Able Seaman, C/JX 129841, L.26, 8 October 1933, battery explosion, killed

WHITING, Walter, Private, RMLI, 118068 (Po), Renown, 5 January 1922, illness

WHITLEY, William, Stoker 1c, C/K 60695, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

WHITMILL, William R, Stoker 1c, K 2651, Jessamine, 13 March 1919, illness

WHITNEY, Edward H, Stoker 1c, K 64268, Gnat, 29 October 1926, illness

WHITNEY, Willie, Able Seaman, C/J 22735, Pembroke, 30 January 1933, died

WHITTAKER, George, Rev, Chaplain, Capetown Dockyard, 22 June 1936, illness

WHITTAKER, John E, Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Thermol, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 May 1921, illness

WHITTENHAM, Alfred J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 2099, Euraylus, 25 February 1920, illness

WHITTINGTON, Herbert H, Supply Chief Petty Officer, C/M 26033, Pembroke, 22 June 1937, illness

WHITTON, William R, Able Seaman, J 34371, Raleigh, 8 August 1922, ship loss, died

WHITWORTH, Arthur, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 8389, RND, Hawke Battalion, 2 April 1919, discharged, illness in UK

WHY (none second name listed), Krooman (no service number listed), Dwarf, 27 January 1924, drowned

WHYMAN, Edward A, Private, RMLI, 14419 (Ply), RM, 8th Battalion, 2 December 1920, accident

WHYMARK, Alfred, Petty Officer, 190755, Penguin, 15 July 1922, illness

 

WIBNER, Lewis R, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, Prince of Wales, 6 June 1920, illness

WICKENDEN, Charles P, Corporal, RM, 20187 (Ply), Devonshire, 4 September 1929, explosion on 27 July 1929, DOI

WICKES, Henry T, Signalman, C/J 114687, Pembroke, 14 August 1938, road accident, killed

WICKS, Richard W, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 15 March 1937, air crash, killed

WICKS, William C A, Able Seaman, J 14962 (Dev), Searcher, 20 January 1919, drowned

WIDGER, Frank, Able Seaman, 124641, Hannibal, 4 February 1919, illness

WIDGER, Kenneth J, Able Seaman, D/SSX 20228, Revenge, 21 October 1938, died

WIGGETT, George J, Leading Stoker, C/KX 76332, Emerald, 5 November 1935, illness

WIGGIN, John, Petty Officer, 239975, Ganges, 3 May 1926, road accident, killed

WIGHT, Robert L, Lieutenant, Vindictive, 13 February 1927, missing

WIGHTMAN, Charles, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Clyde Z 9146, James Hunniford, 14 November 1918, illness

WIGHTMAN, William, Engine Room Artificer 1c, RNR, E D 214, Iron Duke, 29 October 1937, illness

WILBY, Cecil F, Petty Officer Telegraphist, J 10920, Malabar, 14 November 1925, illness

WILCOX, Herbert R, Stoker 1c, D/K 63698, Defiance, 6 May 1936, illness

WILCOX, Norman D, Mersey Pilot, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

WILD, Victor F, Private, RMLI, 16155 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 11 March 1920, illness

WILD, Victor F, Private, RMLI, 6155 (Po), RM Headquarters, 11 May 1920, illness

WILDER, William G, Stoker 1c, K 14837 (Ch), Dolphin, 23 January 1920, illness in UK

WILDING, Richard H, Able Seaman, D/J 114195, Berwick, 26 September 1931, illness

WILDING, Thomas E, Stoker Petty Officer, K 16770, Catspaw, 31 December 1919, ship lost (grave right - Gareth Thomas)

WILDISH, Charles B, Stoker 1c, K 32748, Grampus, 12 February 1919, drowned

WILDMAN, Roland S, Able Seaman, C/J 113186, Duchess, 8 December 1935, illness

WILES, Henry C, Able Seaman, P/J 111134, Excellent, 18 April 1932, road accident, killed

WILES, Stanley M, Petty Officer 2c, 155727, Research, 28 July 1919, illness

WILKES, Albert H B, Stoker 1c, P/KX 79512, London, 2 April 1934, road accident, killed

WILKES, Cyril P, Marine, 20317 (Ply), Cairo, 28 December 1924, illness

WILKES, Stanley W, Lance Corporal, RMLI, 19792 (Ch), RM, 3rd Battalion, 18 May 1919, illness in Lemnos

WILKIE, William J, Corporal, RMLI, 15709 (Po), RM HQ 8th RM Battalion, 15 April 1921, drowned

WILKIN, John, Leading Stoker, 226590, Montrose, 6 April 1924, illness

WILKINS, Edward, Stoker 1c, K 23283, Dolphin, 29 April 1923, illness

WILKINSON, Bertrand, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 11 March 1919, illness

WILKINSON, Frederick C B, Able Seaman, 237559, Fisgard, 13 July 1926, illness

WILKINSON, Harry, Chief Petty Officer, Tyneside Z 10666, Tarlair, 10 February 1919, illness

WILKINSON, Robert, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 3717, RND, Drake Battalion, 9 January 1919, ex-prisoner of war, illness in Holland

WILKINSON, Sidney, Stoker 1c, K 35069, Britannia, RN College, Dartmouth, 6 November 1926, illness

WILKS, Albert H, Stoker 1c, K 22292, Tiger, 21 March 1920, illness

WILKS, Frank, Petty Officer, J 7669 (Ch), L.55, submarine, 4 June 1919, ship lost

WILLCOX, Norman R, Sergeant, RM, 215999 (Po), St Angelo, 25 August 1933, illness

WILLCOX, Philip G, Leading Seaman, RNVR, Bristol 3/1036, RND, Collingwood Battalion, 28 November 1918, illness in UK

WILLDIGG, George J, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Oriana, steamship, 23 March 1924, illness

WILLEY, Harold, Private, RMLI, S 668 (Po), RND, 2nd RM Battalion, 6 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

WILLGOSS, William J, Leading Stoker, D/KX 79835, Adventure, 14 June 1935, accidentally killed

WILLIAM, George, Krooman (no service number listed), Flora, 21 November 1923, illness

WILLIAMS, Albert E, Stoker Petty Officer, 295842, Victory (ex-Malaya), 13 March 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Albert J, Able Seaman, J 52287, Vivid, 17 February 1922, illness

WILLIAMS, Archibald F, Signalman, J 10600, Revenge, 12 August 1925, accidentally killed

WILLIAMS, Arthur W, Able Seaman, J 21611, Queen Elizabeth, 9 February 1925, illness

WILLIAMS, Askett A, Chief Stoker, 167154, Victory, 5 April 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, David J, Rigger, MMR (no service number listed), Hughli, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, 26 April 1919, ship lost

WILLIAMS, David, Leading Stoker, RNR, U 1955, Spiraea, 20 November 1918, illness

WILLIAMS, David, Stoker 1c, D/KX 76557, Vivid, 17 April 1932, illness

WILLIAMS, Ernest, Leading Stoker, K 12089, Pembroke, 21 February 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Ernest, Private, RMLI, 15586 (Po), RM, 8th Battalion, 17 May 1921, killed in Ireland

WILLIAMS, Francis C J, Joiner 3c, M 13292, Prince Eugene, 18 November 1918, illness

WILLIAMS, Frank, Marine, 16170 (Ply), Devonshire, 27 July 1929, explosion, DOI in HS Maine

WILLIAMS, Fred, Stoker Petty Officer, K 860, Shannon, 8 February 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Geoffrey H C, Act/Lieutenant, Catspaw, 31 December 1919, ship lost (grave right - Gareth Thomas)

WILLIAMS, George S, Able Seaman, J 90464, Pembroke, 6 August 1921, illness

WILLIAMS, George, Able Seaman, 234521, Victory, 22 February 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, George, Boatswain, Pembroke, 7 February 1922, illness

WILLIAMS, George, Signalman, RNVR, London Z 1730, Pembroke, 3 March 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Griffith, Leading Stoker, K 1591, Caesar, 22 February 1919, drowned

WILLIAMS, Harry C, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, P/M 6857, Windsor, 12 March 1934, drowned

WILLIAMS, Harvey L, Private, RMLI, 17130 (Po), RMLI, Portsmouth Division, 28 March 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Henry R, Stoker 1c, K 56132, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

WILLIAMS, James H, Sick Berth Petty Officer, D/M 24645, Tamar, 21 December 1926, illness

WILLIAMS, James M, Assistant Steward, D/LX 21236, Harebell, 16 March 1932, illness

WILLIAMS, James, Stoker 1c, D/KX 80559, Otway, 24 May 1933, drowned

WILLIAMS, John T, Commissioned Boatswain, HM Dockyard Hong Kong, 21 December 1921, illness

WILLIAMS, John, Warrant Engineer, L.18, 9 February 1923, illness

WILLIAMS, Jonathan, Commissioned Mechanician, Ulster Division, RNVR, 17 August 1926, illness

WILLIAMS, Joseph, Private, RMLI, 20082 (Ply), RM, 6th Battalion, 1 January 1919, Russia, illness

WILLIAMS, Keroo, Officer's Steward 2c (no service number listed), Dufferin (RIM), 3 May 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Leonard W, Engine Room Artificer 3c, D/M 36709, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

WILLIAMS, Nigel R, Sub Lieutenant, FAA  Base Training Sqn, Gosport, 5 March 1935, air crash, killed

WILLIAMS, Owen J, Deck Hand, RNR, SD 3696, Glendalough, sailing vessel, 16 November 1918, ship lost

WILLIAMS, Percy M, Able Seaman, 162445, Victory, 23 June 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Richard A J, Chief Electrical Artificer 2c, D/M 36723, Drake, 14 March 1937, illness

WILLIAMS, Robert, Stoker, RNR, S 2007, Victory, 2 March 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Thomas, Officer's Steward 4c, L 14619, Vivid, 18 March 1925, illness

WILLIAMS, Trevor, Boy Artisan, M 24913, Indus, 12 February 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Wilfred T, Paymaster Lieutenant, RNR, Princess Margaret, 19 January 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, Willam J P, Petty Officer Writer, P/M 26297, Vivid II, 14 December 1926, died

WILLIAMS, William A, Commander, RNR, President, 8 January 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, William H, Petty Officer, 209267, Dolphin, 20 August 1923, illness

WILLIAMS, William T, Able Seaman, J 63441, Royal Sovereign, 30 December 1918, illness

WILLIAMS, William, Able Seaman, SS 2065, Pembroke, 15 February 1919, illness

WILLIAMS, William, Warrant Engineer, Pembroke, 21 April 1920, illness

WILLIAMSON, Donald, Blacksmith, MMR, 904140, City of Perth, 29 November 1918, illness

WILLIAMSON, Frank, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18345, Cambridge, 13 November 1918, illness

WILLIAMSON, Frank, Signalman, RNVR, Mersey Z 3488, John Robert, 1 February 1919, ship lost

WILLIAMSON, George E, Lieutenant, Hastings, 29 November 1937, illness

WILLIAMSON, George F, Able Seaman, MMR, 882556, Burma, 3 October 1919, illness

WILLIAMSON, Gilbert D, Telegraphist, J 102111, Clematis, 25 April 1926, illness

WILLIAMSON, Harry, Able Seaman, RNVR, KP 224, RND, Hawke Battalion, 15 March 1919, discharged, illness in UK

WILLIAMSON, Henry, Ty/Skipper, RNR, T W Mould, trawler LH.82 (10 crew died), 1 December 1918, ship lost

WILLIAMSON, William L, Able Seaman, J 22510, Pembroke, 1 March 1920, illness

WILLIE, John H, Stoker 1c, K 30108, Veronica, 17 March 1919, illness

WILLIS, John T, Leading Stoker, K 2295, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

WILLIS, John, Stoker 1c, D/KX 81887, Drake, 8 April 1936, illness

WILLOUGHBY, Thomas J, Telegraphist, J 48094, St Genny, 12 January 1930, ship loss, died

WILLS, Edward W, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 16496, Ivanhoe, 9 January 1919, ship lost

WILLS, Gordon, Leading Seaman, SS 1368, Belgic, steamship, 27 April 1919, drowned

WILLS, Joseph G, Marine, X 1895 (Po), RM Portsmouth Division, 8 January 1937, illness

WILLS, William H, Sailmaker, 200149, Rinaldo, 13 December 1918, illness

WILLSON, Andrew C E C, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, 28 July 1922, illness

WILLSON, George, Sergeant, RM, 16333 (Ply), Impregnable, 6 October 1926, road accident, killed

WILSDON, Frederick P, Stoker 1c, K 39098, Tilbury, 1 March 1919, drowned

WILSON, Albert H, Chief Petty Officer Steward, P/L 14604, Hawkins, 12 April 1938, illness

WILSON, Arthur, Sergeant, RM, A 16708, Royal Marines HQ, 8 October 1929, died

WILSON, Arthur, Trimmer Cook, RNR, TC 801, Pekin, 1 December 1918, illness

WILSON, Charles L, Stoker 1c, K 8293 (Ch), Frostaxe, 29 April 1919, ship lost

WILSON, Charles, Able Seaman, MMR, 870469, Nero, 29 January 1919

WILSON, Ernest C, Supply Petty Officer, M 12244, Delphinium, 2 July 1929, illness

WILSON, Ernest G W, Telegraphist, C/J 113022, Pembroke, 13 January 1933, road accident, killed

WILSON, George F, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 18637, Actaeon, 1 December 1918, illness

WILSON, George J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 10090, Royalist, 11 August 1919, illness

WILSON, Henry M, Sailmaker, P/J 92062, Victory, 2 September 1933, illness

WILSON, Herbert, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 12292, Gunner, 27 April 1919, illness

WILSON, James, Leading Deck Hand, RNR, DA 5204, Thalia, 4 March 1919, illness

WILSON, James, Stoker Petty Officer, K 15592, Pembroke (ex-Blenheim), 21 May 1920, illness

WILSON, John H, Petty Officer, P/96906, Warspite, 20 August 1938, illness

WILSON, John L, Deck Hand, RNR, DA 20014, Reporto, 18 August 1919, drowned

WILSON, John, Commissioned Engineer, Frobisher, 3 January 1929, illness

WILSON, John, Petty Officer, J 71669, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

WILSON, Philip L, Engineer Commander, Belfast, 1 November 1938, illness

WILSON, Thomas M, Ordinary Seaman, J 76227 (Po), Windsor, 8 October 1919, drowned

WILSON, Thomas S, Leading Stoker, K 14988, Campanula, 14 March 1919, illness

WILSON, Thomas, Able Seaman, C/JX 138072, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

WILSON, William D C, Ordinary Seaman, D/SSX 16520, Drake, 24 November 1935, illness

WILSON, William K, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 14184 (Ch), Iolaire (Mistletoe, O/P), 1 January 1919, ship lost

WILTSHIRE, Ernest J, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, M 37334, Fisgard, 16 April 1921, illness

WILTSHIRE, Richard, Signalman, J 31907 (Dev), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

WIMBER, Lewis R, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, President, 6 June 1920, illness

WINCH, William, Stoker 1c, C/KX 81018, Valiant, 12 March 1933, illness

WINCHESTER, Alexander, Engineman, MMR, 975766, Ben Alder, 3 March 1919, illness

WINCLES, Harry, Private, RMLI, S 1463 (Ch), RND, 1st RM Battalion, 7 January 1919, ex-prisoner of war, illness in Holland

WINDEBANK, Charles, Stoker 1c, 310074, Wolsey, 3 May 1924, accidentally killed

WINGFIELD, Harold, Able Seaman, C/JX 128093, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

WINSPEAR, Albert W, Petty Officer, P/J 92746, Revenge, 27 June 1933, illness

WINSTANLEY, Alfred J G, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 4807, Dolphin, 10 April 1922, illness

WINSTANLEY, Thomas, Able Seaman, J 906997, Victory, 5 July 1924, illness

WINSTANLEY, Willoughby A, Stoker 1c, K 38497, Pembroke, 25 February 1919, illness

WINSTONE, Raymond, Stoker Petty Officer, 297951, Victory, 1 March 1919, illness

WINTER, Albert R, Stoker 1c, P/K 65926, Poseidon, 9 June 1931, ship loss, died

WINTER, Albert, Able Seaman, 194988, Pembroke, 28 April 1922, illness

WINTER, George, Seaman, MMR, 931885, Europa, 29 November 1918, illness

WINTER, Thomas J, Leading Stoker, K 8374, Cheltenham, 18 January 1920, drowned

WINZER, Edward A, Colour Sergeant, RM, G 20200 (Ply), Royal Marines HQ Plymouth, 22 March 1938, illness

WISDOM, William J G, Armourers Mate, M 3732, Britomart, 6 May 1920, died

WISE, David G H, Midshipman, Barham, 3 February 1937, illness

WISE, John D, Midshipman, Iron Duke, 19 November 1919, died in Constantinople

WISE, William H, Leading Telegraphist, J 30196, H.47, 9 July 1929, collision, killed

WISE, William J, Petty Officer, 239452, L.24, 10 January 1924, ship loss, died

WISE, William M, Marine, 18219 (Pens), Royal Marines HQ, 2 January 1925, illness

WISE, William, Leading Stoker, P/K 57961, Royal Sovereign, 29 May 1932, road accident, killed

WISKER, William, Sailmakers Mate, 204376, Pembroke (ex-Wildfire), 21 January 1921, died

WITHERS, Albert W F, Able Seaman, J 98966, Vernon, 16 December 1924, illness

WITHERS, George R, Ordinary Seaman, JX 125605, Eagle, 16 November 1928, drowned

WITNEY, Albert W, Able Seaman, RNVR, London Z 2073, RND, Hawke Battalion, 16 February 1919, discharged, illness in UK

WITT, Edward F, Private, RMLI, 8840 (Ply), Diana, 28 May 1919, killed in UK

 

WOOD, Arthur, Stoker 1c, K 46738, Bellerophon, 12 February 1919, illness

WOOD, Charles W, Cook, M 15397, Constance, 31 January 1923, died

WOOD, Daniel E, Warrant Shipwright, Yarmouth, 3 December 1919, accident

WOOD, Frank L, Stoker 1c, SS 124877, Vivid, 22 January 1920, illness

WOOD, Frank, Engine Room Artificer, P/MX 58815, Hood, 17 August 1939, illness

WOOD, George T, Stoker Petty Officer, K 3120, Repulse, 29 January 1924, accidentally killed

WOOD, Harold D, Boy 1c, J 80652 (Dev), Resolution, 8 April 1919, drowned

WOOD, Harry H J, Ordnance Artificer 4c, M 36276, Cormorant, 13 March 1923, accidentally killed

WOOD, Henry, Boy 2c, JX 161252, Caledonia, 21 June 1939, illness

WOOD, Ira, Leading Cook, M 5872, Wistaria, 5 June 1929, drowned

WOOD, James E, 2nd Mate, MMR (no service number listed), St Issey, 23 February 1919, drowned

WOOD, Jim, Stoker 1c, P/K 63445, Cormorant, 30 April 1936, illness

WOOD, John, Seaman, RNR, A 6905, Wellaston, steamship, 8 January 1919, illness

WOOD, Joseph W, Able Seaman, J 20639, Columbine (ex-Tourmaline), 26 March 1920, illness

WOOD, Leslie T, Boy Artisan, M 18356, Indus, 13 November 1919, illness

WOOD, Leslie, Boy 1c, J 92369 (Dev), Vivid, 18 April 1921, illness

WOOD, Syme, Stoker 1c, 276822, Victory, 13 December 1918, illness

WOOD, Thomas (real name, but served as Thomas Hallam), Able Seaman, J 19500 (Po), Penarth, 4 February 1919, ship lost

WOOD, Thomas, Private, RMLI, 18969 (Ch), RM, 3rd Battalion, 16 December 1918, illness in Lemnos

WOOD, William B, Supply Assistant, D/MX 51179, Galatea, 27 January 1937, fall, died

WOOD, William H, Lieutenant Commander, Hood, 29 June 1939, illness

WOODARD, James, Stoker Petty Officer, 302926, Royal Sovereign, 28 May 1919, illness

WOODBURY, Wilson J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 18627, Acorn, 4 August 1919, died

WOODCOCK, Frederick C, Able Seaman, J 21383, Ivy, 20 January 1920, boat accident, drowned

WOODCOCK, John O, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 11304, Margaret Ham, Admiralty hired rescue tug, 13 November 1918, drowned

WOODHOUSE, Frank L, Stoker 1c, D/K 60100, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

WOODHOUSE, Frederick G H, Able Seaman, J 19535 (Dev), Suffolk, 28 February 1919, illness in Hong Kong

WOODLEY, Reginald E, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, M 27006, Indus, 30 August 1920, illness

WOODMAN, Thomas D, Stoker 1c, K 22098, Vivid, 21 April 1919, illness

WOODROOFE, Robert, Lieutenant, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 18 September 1923, illness

WOODRUFF, William H, Marine, 22484 (Ply), Diomede, 25 December 1927, accidentally killed

WOODS, Albert, Leading Stoker, K 5318, L.3, 25 May 1928, illness

WOODS, Arthur H, Sailmaker, C/J 43764, Caledonia, 24 September 1937, illness

WOODS, Benjamin, Stoker 1c, K 5904, Victory, 26 November 1918, illness

WOODS, John T, Musician, RMB, RMB 304, RM Eastney, 3 September 1919, illness

WOODS, Roy W, Boy 2c, JX 142281, Ganges, 25 May 1935, illness

WOODSIDE, David, Stoker 1c, K 19058, Hannibal, 30 December 1918, drowned

WOODWARD, Arthur H, Coastguardsman 2c, 166560, HM Coastguard Station Felixstowe, 4 June 1919, illness

WOODWARD, Leslie S, Able Seaman, P/J 3739, Hood, 11 April 1931, illness

WOODWARDS, Charles A, Stoker Petty Officer, 281765, Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht, 17 November 1923, illness

WOOLDRIDGE, Archibald D, Leading Stoker, K 20971, Lucia, 6 August 1920, accident

WOOLLACOTT, Herbert C, Engine Room Artificer 4C, C/MX 47344, York, 5 July 1936, died

WOOLLARD, Edward R, Able Seaman, J 7042, Platypus, 23 October 1922, illness

WOOLLARD, Edward S, Able Seaman, J 10309 (Po), Erin's Isle, 7 February 1919, ship lost

WOOLNER, Frederick C, Able Seaman, J 96488, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

WOOLNOUGH, James W, Deck Hand, RNR, TS 42, Refundo, 10 February 1919, illness

WOOSTER, Hugh C, Boy 2c, JX 143216, Ganges, 26 April 1935, illness

WOOTTON, William, Stoker Petty Officer, K 2665 (Ch), K.5, submarine, 20 January 1921, ship lost

WORD, Cecil, Leading Stoker, P/K 56310, Malabar, 28 October 1930, illness

WORROLL, Ernest H, Gunner, RMA, RMA 15055, Glory III, 3 May 1919, Archangel, killed

WORSNOP, Andrew, Able Seaman, RNVR, Mersey Z 1497, RND, Hood Battalion, 6 February 1919, illness in UK

WORTHINGTON, Bernard H, Leading Seaman, D/J 106822, Drake, 29 May 1935, illness

WORTHINGTON, George R, Signalman, D/JX 141740, Drake, 28 April 1938, road accident, killed

WOTTON, Arthur J, Electrical Artificer 2c, M 992, Caledon, 13 December 1918, illness

WOTTON, Thomas, Able Seaman, J 5210, Vivid, 8 March 1919, illness

 

WRAGG, William F, Petty Officer, C/J 12078, Pembroke, 18 August 1932, illness

WRATHMALL, Charles (real name, but served as John Edward Wrathmall), Able Seaman, P/J 37310, M.2, 29 January 1932, ship loss, died

WREN, Alfred W, Electrical Artificer 2c, M 7867, Dolphin, 8 July 1923, illness

WREN, Richard E, Petty Officer Steward, P/L 12695, Iron Duke, 28 March 1938, illness

WRIGHT, Albert A, Mechanician, P/K 46909, Resolution, 2 April 1935, illness

WRIGHT, Charles E, Officer's Steward, L 12944, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

WRIGHT, Frederick C, Stoker 1c, C/K 55064, Sandhurst, 4 March 1932, illness

WRIGHT, Frederick D, Able Seaman, D/J 108741, Furious, 1 August 1933, road accident, killed

WRIGHT, Frederick G, Able Seaman, J 99863, M.1, 12 November 1925, ship loss, died

WRIGHT, George, Able Seaman, J 33449, Pembroke, 25 October 1920, illness

WRIGHT, Gerald C, Air Mechanic 1c, F 42421, President V, 10 February 1919, illness

WRIGHT, Harold, Able Seaman, J 92721, Vivid, 18 May 1924, illness

WRIGHT, Harry R, Able Seaman, C/JX 130068, Ganges, 19 January 1935, illness

WRIGHT, Henry, Able Seaman, J 25323, Glowworm, 25 August 1919, explosion

WRIGHT, James, Signalman, JX 140212, Royal Oak, 23 August 1938, road accident, killed

WRIGHT, John H, Stoker 1c, K 57263, Ramillies, 15 May 1920, drowned

WRIGHT, John R, Able Seaman, J 93615, Marlborough, 3 May 1922, accidentally killed

WRIGHT, Joseph, Stoker 1c, K 11553, Greenwich, 8 August 1920, drowned

WRIGHT, Reginald H, Boy 2c, J 114301, Ganges, 16 November 1925, illness

WRIGHT, Warren S, Paymaster Lieutenant, Malaya, 29 January 1926, illness in HS Maine

WRIGHT, William S, Yeoman of Signals, J 31732, Pembroke, 18 June 1930, accidentally killed

WRIGHTSON, Charles H, Shipwright 1c, 345525, Dublin, 16 June 1924, illness

 

WYATT, Ernest S, Sick Berth Attendant, C/M 38908, RN Hospital, Chatham, 30 January 1932, road accident, killed

WYATT, Herbert J, Chief Petty Officer Writer, D/M 7266, Greenwich, 7 February 1932, illness

WYKES, Walter A, Able Seaman, P/J 111568, Repulse, 21 March 1937, illness

WYLDBERE-SMITH, Hugh F, Captain (ret), Royal Navy, 8 May 1919, illness

WYLIE, Thomas, Steward, MMR, 571796, Eaglet, 8 March 1919, illness

WYNESS, Andrew, Fireman, MMR (no service number listed), Loch Rannock, 9 March 1919, illness

WYNN, Albert, Stoker Petty Officer, K 2436, Valerian, 22 October 1926, ship loss, died

 

 

 

Y

 

YABSLEY, Clarence J H, Joiner 1c, D/M 5726, Vivid, 24 November 1930, road accident, killed

YALDEN, Percy W C, Marine, X 498 (Po), Egmont, 26 December 1932, drowned

YALLAND, Mark, Stoker 1c, D/KX 76010, Drake, 31 July 1934, died

YALLOP, Stanley, Able Seaman, C/JX 115315, Pembroke, 5 July 1936, aircraft accident, killed

YAPP, Frederick T, Leading Stoker, K 1672, Europa, 6 December 1918, illness

YARLETT, Walter A, Able Seaman, J 52986, Benbow, 31 January 1929, illness

YATES, Albert E, Stoker 1c, D/KX 81352, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

YATES, Charles B, Corporal, RMLI, 19287 (Ch), RM, 8th Battalion, 24 July 1920, died

YATES, Frederick, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 4113, RND, 63rd Machine Gun Battalion, 2 December 1918, France, illness

YATES, Herbert G, Joiner 1c, M 11871, Eagle, 19 April 1929, accidentally killed

YATES, Lewis, Telegraphist, RNVR, Mersey Z 5191, Duchess of Richmond, 28 June 1919, ship lost

YATES, Patrick, Leading Stoker, K 12972, Albury, 17 May 1927, accidentally killed

 

YEARLING, Charles S, Master at Arms, 201729, Valiant, 21 November 1920, drowned

YEATES, Alfred, Private, RM, S 2147 (Deal), RND, 188th Brigade HQ, attached 63rd Divisional Train, 3 December 1918, France, illness

YELLAND, Ernest J, Stoker 2c, D/KX 92149, Drake, 27 March 1938, illness

YELLOP, Charles E, Petty Officer, J 36297, Ceres, 5 November 1928, died

YELVERTON, Brian J, Able Seaman, D/J 42355, Furious, 20 May 1935, illness

YEO, Samuel, Officer's Steward 3c, P/L 12209, Victory, 6 April 1931, illness

YEO, William, Leading Stoker, K 27880, Iron Duke, 28 June 1919, illness

YEOMANS, Joseph R, Trimmer, RNR, TS 6030, Restless Wave, 1 January 1919, drowned

 

YORKE, Arthur L, Stoker 1c, K 22187, Moorhen, 20 April 1923, drowned

YOST, Edwin W, Signalman, J 28166, Victory, 2 December 1918, illness

YOULES, Edward J, Act/Leading Stoker, D/KX 80198, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

YOUNG, Alfred H F, Honorary Captain, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 4 January 1936, illness

YOUNG, Alfred, Officer's Cook 2c, P/L 12499, Esk, 4 August 1938, road accident, killed

YOUNG, Arthur W, Gunner, RMA, RMA 16509, Queen Elizabeth, 1 December 1920, drowned

YOUNG, Arthur W, Stoker, RNR, T 2123, Hyderabad, 7 February 1919, drowned, buried in Ireland

YOUNG, Charles E, Sergeant, RM, 22052 (Po), Ramillies, 2 March 1939, drowned

YOUNG, Charles, Coastguardsman 2c, 155620, HM Coastguard Station Costello Bay, 20 May 1920, illness

YOUNG, Christopher, Able Seaman, P/J 94093, Cornflower, 28 September 1932, illness

YOUNG, Edward C R, Engineer Sub Lieutenant, RNR, Teutonic, 29 December 1918, illness

YOUNG, Edward J L, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, RNR, Royal Naval Reserve, 29 January 1925, illness

YOUNG, Edward V, Ordinary Seaman, RNVR, Bristol Z 10618, Victory, 12 November 1918, illness

YOUNG, James, Civilian Contractor, Thetis, 3 June 1939, ship loss, died

YOUNG, Percy, Leading Seaman, RNVR, London Z 553, Pembroke, 26 February 1919, illness

YOUNG, Thomas E, Able Seaman, D/SSX 14264, Rodney, 19 May 1935, drowned

YOUNG, Thomas, Stoker Petty Officer, 217754, Dolphin, 10 October 1923, illness

YOUNG, Thompson S, Stoker 1c, P/KX 83234, Royal Navy, 28 May 1938, accidentally killed

YOUNG, Walter W, Able Seaman, RNVR, R 5604, RND, Anson Battalion, 21 November 1918, France, illness

YOUNG, William H, Boatswain, RN College Dartmouth, 11 March 1921, illness

YOUNG, William J, Artificer Apprentice, MX 47662, Fisgard, 3 June 1929, illness

YOUNGS, Frederick W, Boy 2c, J 94152, Powerful, 27 February 1919, illness

YOUSEF, Fareh, Seedie (no service number listed), Caesar, 23 March 1920, illness

YOW, Kan, Able Seaman (Chinese), Tamar, 10 September 1926, died

 

YU, Chen C, Boat Boy (Chinese), Tern, 4 August 1932, drowned

YULE, David, Signal Boy, RNR, SB 1875, Implacable, 11 April 1919, drowned

YUSSUM, Mahamed, Deck Seedie (no service number listed), Hyacinth, 17 November 1918, illness

 

 

 

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ZAMMIT, John, Officer's Cook 1c, L 5569, Royal Sovereign, 5 August 1927, illness

ZAMMIT, John, Officer's Steward, E/LX 21659, St Angelo, 10 January 1935, illness

ZAMMIT, Joseph, Petty Officer Steward, E/L 4707, Veteran, 3 April 1935, illness

 

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