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1917 - 1945: H Class

H10 sailed on a North Sea patrol in January 1918 and failed to return. It is believed that she was lost in a German minefield.

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Roll of Honour

Name Rank Number Hons Age
Allen, George Henry  Stoker 1st Class  K 16956    23
Bailey, James Edward  Stoker Petty Officer  284867    39
Blondel, John William  Able Seaman  J 17347    23
Branch, Robert Douglas  Petty Officer  J 1978    25
Collier, Martin Huntley  Lieutenant      25
At birth Collier, Martin Huntly Served as Collier, Martin Huntley
Cross, William John  Able Seaman  J 14591    22
Crummack, Alfred Geoffrey  Temporary Lieutenant (RNR)      25
Dow, James Anderson  Chief Engine Room Artificer  270564    40
Hinks, Harry  Leading Stoker  K 16567    25
Hooper, William James Sheppard  Leading Seaman  226751    30
Howell, George Andrew  Leading Signalman  J 6074    23
Hunt, Ernest John  Gunner      32
Ives, Derrick  Sub Lieutenant      21
Keys, Frank  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class  M 5105    30
RN DoB 10/01/1890. Actual 10/01/1891
Ling, Alfred  Stoker 1st Class  K 26036    21
Murphy, Patrick  Stoker 1st Class  K 25868    24
Pearson, Harry  Engine Room Artificer (RNR)  EA 1511    32
Platt, David Morton  Stoker 1st Class  K 23745    22
RN DoB 30/12/1895. Actual 30/12/1896
Roberts, John George Hill  Telegraphist  J 40804    19
Sargent, Herbert Bradley  Able Seaman  J 7783    24
Smith, Albert Edward  Able Seaman  J 15231    21
Sparks, Robert William  Able Seaman  J 18658    21
Strachan, William Henry Francis  Able Seaman  J16462    22
Sutton, Stephen  Stoker 1st Class  K 6539    27
Watters, Albert  Petty Officer  213782    32
Williams, John  Able Seaman  J 20573    21

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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