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1917 - 1945: H Class

Mined attempting to penetrate the Austrian anchorage at Cattaro in the Adriatic sea on 15th July 1916. Lost with all hands.

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Roll of Honour

Name Rank Number Hons Age
Ayers, Albert Ernest  Petty Officer  360559    30
Berry, James  Leading Seaman  221713    30
Brewer, Arthur  Chief Engine Room Artificer  271187    33
At birth Brewer, Arthur Willoughby Served as Brewer, Arthur.
Cooke, George Matthew  Leading Seaman  230474    28
Edwards, Ernest William Blunt  Leading Seaman  223195    29
At birth Edwards, Ernest Willie Blunt Served as Edwards, Ernest William Blunt.
Finch, Harry  Leading Stoker  K 2941    28
Frazier, William Frederick  Leading Stoker  311526    27
Born Trimulcherry India, married Martha in Deal 1914
Hart, Ernest  Stoker 1st Class  K 21928    26
Hobbs, William Henry George  Able Seaman  205052    33
Howe, Arthur William  Stoker 1st Class  K 10819    26
RN DoB 14/07/1890. Actual 14/01/1891.
Isaac, Clifford  Petty Officer  237286    27
Jellard, John  Engine Room Artificer 1st Class (RNR)  EA 1780    27
Jenkinson, George Eric  Lieutenant      28
Commanding Officer
Lane, Edward Reginald McDonald  Lieutenant      23
McCormick, Frederick  Signalman  J 30178    17
At birth McCormick, Frederick Joseph Anthony Served as McCormick, Frederick.
Morris, George  Stoker Petty Officer  276878    40
Newnham, William George  Leading Seaman  239925    24
Oakwell, Alfred Arthur Ernest  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class  M 3934    30
Robinson, Thomas Albert  Able Seaman  239739    24
Sanford, John  Able Seaman  199941    34
Tatham, William Inglis  Sub Lieutenant      19
Webb, Sidney Hewitt James  Stoker 1st Class  SS 109010    25
At birth Webb, Sidney Howard served as Webb, Sidney Hewitt James.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

A Tribute To Submariners

I have often looked for an opportunity of paying tribute to our submariners.

There is no branch of His Majesty's Forces which in this war has suffered the same proportion of total loss as our submarine service.

It is the most dangerous of all services.

That is perhaps the reason why the First Lord tells me that the entry into it is keenly sought by Officers and Men.

I feel sure the House would wish to testify its gratitude and admiration to our Submariners for their Skill - Courage and Devotion which has proved of inestimable value to the sustenance of our country.

Winston Churchill

We Will Remember Them

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