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H5

1917 - 1945: H Class

Submarine H5 had sailed for a patrol in the Irish Sea. In the morning of Saturday, 2nd March 1918 the Submarine was sighted after it had crossed the bows of a steamer, the SS Rutherglen. The Captain of the Rutherglen believed that he had come across a U-Boat and he rammed the submarine resulting in the loss of all the crew. SS Rutherglen was herself sunk on 24th April 1918 after being torpedoed by a U-Boat whilst on passage between Gibraltar and Genoa.

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Roll of Honour

H R Alford  Stoker 1st Class
JHA Anson  Lieutenant Sir
E T Ashmore  Stoker 1st Class
S F Bluett  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
N G Burgess  Lieutenant RNR
EWF Childs  Ensign The only USN submariner casualty of WW1
C J Colbran  Petty Officer DSM
F A Darvill  Petty Officer DSM
R C Elliott  Able Seaman
A W Forbes  Lieutenant DSO
G D Heath  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
Heath  Leading Stoker DSM
F C Hibbert  Stoker 1st Class
S C Hurst  Able Seaman
Kelly  Able Seaman
F A Layzell  Able Seaman
Lewis  Able Seaman
Lloyd  Stoker Petty Officer
P J Newman  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
PEE Payne  Signalman
H B Roberts  Stoker 1st Class
J H Rowe  Petty Officer
Smith  Chief Engine Room Artificer 1st Class DSM
Smith  Stoker Petty Officer
Snowden  Weapons Training Officer
JGM Thompson  Boy Telegraphist
F D Wall  Petty Officer DSM

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