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Grampus (N56)

1930 - 1946: Grampus Class

Left Malta on the 10th and was sunk on 16 June 1940 off Syracuse, Italy by the Italian torpedo boats Circe, Clio and Polluce.

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Roll of Honour

R Albrown  Leading Seaman
G Atkin  Leading Stoker
W Baker  Stoker 1st Class
H Barnard  Able Seaman
F Bowler  Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class
T Brownlie  Leading Stoker
L Buckler  Weapons Engineer
E Bull  Lieutenant
B Burch  Able Seaman
T Burton  Leading Seaman
F Butcher  Leading Stoker
W Church  Leading Seaman
A Clarke  Leading Stoker
E Collins  Leading Seaman
A Cousins  Leading Seaman
A Cryle  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
G Cuthbert  Leading Stoker
C Denyer  Able Seaman
K Dorell  Lieutenant
E Edwards  Stoker Petty Officer
K Frampton  Petty Officer Telegraphist
W Glanville  Petty Officer
R Groves  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
L Halliday  Able Seaman
F Harnden  Telegraphist
A Hart  Chief Petty Officer
W Hedley  Stoker Petty Officer
J Heselton  Leading Cook
R Hodge  Able Seaman
S Long  Telegraphist
P Marriott  Stoker 1st Class
W Marshall  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
P McConville  Leading Stoker
F Messenger  Petty Officer
E Nicholson  Able Seaman
E Noone  Stoker 1st Class
L Northcott  Stoker Petty Officer
A Parker  Leading Stoker
P Pashley  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
A Paxton  Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist
R Redding  Able Seaman
F Richardson  Stoker 1st Class
G Roberts  Able Seaman
W Robinson  Petty Officer
C Rowe  Lieutenant Commander
C Scott  Able Seaman
N Smith  Stoker 1st Class
C Stinchcombe  Leading Seaman
D Storey  Stoker 1st Class
G Swift  Telegraphist
D Tamplin  Able Seaman
T Thompson  Stoker 1st Class
A Wallis  Chief Engine Room Artificer
J Watkin  Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class
T Welburn  Stoker 1st Class
J Whittle  Leading Stoker
E Willcox  Leading Seaman
C Wilson  Sub-Lieutenant RNR

 

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