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Thames (N71)

1929 - 1945: River Class

Struck a mine and sank off Norway on 2nd August 1940.

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Roll of Honour

W Abrams  Petty Officer
F Arnold  Stoker 1st Class
W Baker  Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class
H Balshaw  Leading Steward
W Bantick  Stoker 1st Class
W Barford  Able Seaman
H Beach  Leading Seaman
E Bell  Leading Stoker
F Bird  Leading Seaman
C Blyth  Stoker 1st Class
R Clark  Petty Officer Telegraphist
A Cummings  Stoker 1st Class
H Cunningham  Leading Stoker
H Curtis  Petty Officer
E Dean  Leading Stoker
G Dennison  Able Seaman
B Dowling  Stoker Petty Officer
W Dunkerley  Lieutenant Commander
A Dyer  Able Seaman
L Edwards  Stoker Petty Officer
H Flower  Engine Room Artificer 1st Class
F Geard  Stoker 1st Class
P Godtbill  Stoker 1st Class
L Hall  Leading Stoker
H G Harbert  Able Seaman
J Harker  Stoker 1st Class
L Harris  Able Seaman
J Hewett  Leading Telegraphist
J Hindson  Stoker 1st Class
W Howard  Able Seaman
D Irvine  Stoker 1st Class
A Johnston  Stoker 1st Class
F Kane  Stoker 1st Class
H Keyzar  Chief Engine Room Artificer
J Lee  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
R Millson  Able Seaman
E Moody  Able Seaman
F Morris  Lieutenant
H Mott  Chief Petty Officer
S Murgatroyd  Petty Officer
D Newell  Lieutenant RNR
R Owen  Engine Room Artificer 1st Class
B O’Brian  Lieutenant Commander (E)
C Painter  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
J Parker  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
M Parratt  Able Seaman
A Peterson  Leading Signalman
T Ryan  Stoker 1st Class
G Shephardson  Able Seaman
A Southwell  Petty Officer Cook
J Stokes  Stoker 1st Class
W Stribbling  Telegraphist
F Talbot  Lieutenant
A Taylor  Stoker 1st Class
N Taylor  Telegraphist
E Tindall  Petty Officer Telegraphist
R Trebilcock  Leading Seaman
F Waite  Stoker Petty Officer
C Weeks  Able Seaman
J Worrall  Lieutenant RNR


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