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Traveller (N48)

1935 - 1970: T Class

Lost cause unknown in the Gulf of Taranto on or around 4th December 1942.

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Roll of Honour

S Astley  Stoker 1st Class
C Baker  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
V Bartlett  Chief Engine Room Artificer DSM
J Berry  Stoker 1st Class
D Bolton  Able Seaman
A Brown  Stoker 1st Class
H Byiast  Leading Stoker
T Christopher  Chief Stoker
C Davis  Stoker Petty Officer
A Dean  Petty Officer
W Deller  Leading Seaman
R Dickinson  Leading Stoker
H Ellgood  Able Seaman
V Finn  Petty Officer Telegraphist
A Groves  Able Seaman
W Groves  Stoker 1st Class BEM
W Hardwick  Lieutenant RNVR
P Hedges  Able Seaman
F Hewlett  Stoker 1st Class
H Hills  Able Seaman
A Holman  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
W Hooton  Able Seaman
W Hubbard  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
W Hulbert  Lieutenant
R Hunter  Stoker 1st Class
J Hutchings  Telegraphist
N Hutton  Leading Seaman
W McBride  Telegraphist
J McGuire  Stoker Petty Officer
A Meikle  Able Seaman
E Mills  Stoker 1st Class
R Moncrieff  Leading Seaman
T Morrow  Petty Officer MID
L Nelson  Leading Seaman
J Nicholson  Leading Telegraphist
S Odham  Leading Stoker
B Owen  Able Seaman
C O’Brien  Able Seaman
S Palmer  Stoker Petty Officer
F Paris  Stoker Petty Officer
P Parkinson  Able Seaman
P Payne  Chief Petty Officer DSM
S Pickvance  Leading Stoker
H Pinkney  Stoker 1st Class
R Price  Stoker 1st Class
R Ramsay  Stoker 1st Class
E Reed  Able Seaman
G Reid  Leading Stoker
W Rush  Able Seaman
J Scholes  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
G Smith  Able Seaman
D St Clair-Ford  Lieutenant Commander
W Taylor  Stoker 1st Class
S Tolson  Yeoman of Signals
R Verner-Jeffreys  Lieutenant (E)
C Wickenden  Petty Officer
J Wild  Lieutenant RNR
R Wilson  Petty Officer Cook

 

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