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Tarpon (N17)

1935 - 1970: T Class

10 April 1940 - Sunk in North Sea by German Q ship Schiff 40 in the Skagerrak following failed attack. Tarpon was probably the first British submarine to be lost to depth charges in WW2.

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Roll of Honour

A Alexander  Able Seaman
F Allison  Stoker 1st Class
W Andrew  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
E Banfield  Chief Petty Officer
G Barrett  Leading Stoker
A Beaumont  Able Seaman
A Brewer  Telegraphist
C Cadby  Leading Signalman
H Caldwell  Lieutenant Commander
J Cavaye  Petty Officer Cook
G Chadwick  Telegraphist
S Chilton  Stoker 1st Class
L Collins  Chief Petty Officer
J Davidson  Able Seaman
T Davies  Stoker 1st Class
T Davies  Stoker 1st Class
S Endersby  Petty Officer
G Etheridge  Engine Room Artificer 1st Class
J Ferguson  Able Seaman
W Fleming  Petty Officer
J Gathergood  Leading Stoker
S Globe  Stoker 1st Class
T Goodall  Able Seaman
A Gregory  Petty Officer
A Hammersley  Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class
T Harrison  Able Seaman
G Hart  Able Seaman
L Harvey  Leading Telegraphist
A Hills  Able Seaman
H Hoggett  Chief Engine Room Artificer
W Holliday  Leading Steward
F Hubbard  Able Seaman
W Hussey  Leading Stoker
W Jope  Stoker 1st Class
R Joss  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
R Kellond  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
L Kettle  Lieutenant
W Leonard  Leading Stoker
R Luff  Stoker 1st Class
JGW Paterson  Chief Engine Room Artificer
L Perkins  Leading Telegraphist
A Raggett  Chief Stoker
R Sherry  Lieutenant Commissioned Engineer
J Smith  Leading Seaman
S Snell  Stoker 1st Class
E Spurden  Leading Seaman
J Tatlock  Able Seaman
G Templeton  Stoker 1st Class
W Thomas  Stoker 1st Class
P Trott  Stoker 1st Class
R Walker  Leading Stoker
R Walsh  Commd Engineer
H Weatherall  Sub-Lieutenant
C Wren  Lieutenant Commander RNR

 

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