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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

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

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