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1911 - 1924: E Class

On 28th January 1918 Submarine E14 was badly damaged when one of her torpedoes exploded shortly after firing and was further damaged by shore based artillery after running aground at Kum Kale before finally sinking.

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Roll of Honour

Name Rank Number Hons Age
Adams, Percy Richard  Stoker 1st Class  K 510    29
At birth Adams, Percival Richard Served as Adams, Percy Richard
Ball, Samuel Henry  Stoker 1st Class  K 18809    23
RN DoB 18/06/1894. Actual 18/10/1892
Blissett, Jack Patrick Murray  Lieutenant    MID  21
Bond, Martin Robert  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class  M 4677    28
Crannage, Harry  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class  M 12239    31
Crosbie, Albert  Leading Stoker  K 10069  DSM  26
At birth Crosbie, James Albert Served as Crosbie, Albert. RN DoB 14/10/1891. Actual 14/10/1892
Drew, George Montford  Temporary Lieutenant (RNR)    MID  23
RN DoB 0221/01/1895. Actual 21/01/1893
Emeney, Stanley Walter  Able Seaman  J 19244    21
Fletcher, William Bernard  Leading Stoker  K 2073  DSM  30
At birth Fletcher, William Burnard Served as Fletcher, William Bernard. RN DoB 02/02/1887. Actual 02/02/1886
Kirwan, Patrick  Able Seaman  J 11213    24
Laccohee, George  Stoker 1st Class  K 15990    23
Le Boutillier, John  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class  M 22714    29
Needham, Cecil  Able Seaman  J 11160    24
New, Edwin Arthur  Able Seaman  J 22094    22
Pinnock, Harry  Stoker 1st Class  K 28154    24
Pither, Henry  Leading Seaman  J 13967    24
Polden, Bertram Henry  Stoker 1st Class  K 12599    24
Randall, John Benjamin Baldwin  Chief Engine Room Artificer  271216    38
Richardson, Stanley  Leading Seaman  J 6087    24
Turner, John  Leading Seaman  J 17008    21
Waters, Frederick George  Petty Officer  234980    28
White, Geoffrey Saxton  Lieutenant Commander    VC  31
Commanding Officer
White, Richard William  Able Seaman  J22423    21

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

A Tribute To Submariners

I have often looked for an opportunity of paying tribute to our submariners.

There is no branch of His Majesty's Forces which in this war has suffered the same proportion of total loss as our submarine service.

It is the most dangerous of all services.

That is perhaps the reason why the First Lord tells me that the entry into it is keenly sought by Officers and Men.

I feel sure the House would wish to testify its gratitude and admiration to our Submariners for their Skill - Courage and Devotion which has proved of inestimable value to the sustenance of our country.

Winston Churchill

We Will Remember Them

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