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Triumph (N18)

1935 - 1970: T Class

The boat was mined on or around 6th January 1942. She had earlier struck a mine in December 1940 but miraculously survived. There were no miracles the second time.

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Roll of Honour

A Biggleston  Engine Room Artificer 1st Class DSM
J Cairns  Leading Seaman
G F Clements  Able Seaman
P Coakley  Leading Telegraphist
A Cochrane  Petty Officer Telegraphist
F Collinson  Petty Officer DSM
E Conner  Able Seaman
G Cross  Able Seaman
R Crummey  Telegraphist DSM
A Davies  Leading Seaman
W Dempster  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
R Don  Lieutenant DSC
C Duffay  Petty Officer DSM
L Esau  Able Seaman
G Gates  Leading Stoker
J Glen  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
W Goddard  Stoker 1st Class
W Hall  Able Seaman MID
G Harrison  Able Seaman
J Hinds  Leading Seaman
J Huddart  Lieutenant
D Hutchinson  Leading Seaman DSM
M Janvrin  Lieutenant DSC MID
L Jones  Able Seaman MID
C Kelly  Leading Stoker
T Kilty  Leading Signalman
F Lancaster  Leading Seaman
W McGee  Stoker 1st Class
R Nott  Chief Petty Officer
C O’Brien  Petty Officer Cook
T Phillips  Chief Engine Room Artificer
W Ranson  Stoker 1st Class
H Regent  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
A Robinson  Stoker 1st Class
E Rosendale  Stoker 1st Class
C Sheldon  Stoker Petty Officer BEM MID
H Stephens  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
W Stockham  Chief Stoker BEM DSM
J Taylor  Able Seaman
R Theobald  Petty Officer DSM
J Turner  Stoker 1st Class
J Underwood  Able Seaman
G Waterall  Midshipman
R Waye  Leading Telegraphist DSM
W White  Telegraphist DSM
W Wickham  Stoker Petty Officer
F Wilkinson  Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class
E Wilson  Stoker 1st Class DSM
R Wilson  Able Seaman
G Wright  Lieutenant (E) MBE DSC

 

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