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Ranks containing "Lieutenant Commander"

Name Boat Rank Number Hons Age
Arbuthnot, Crofton Keith  M2 Lieutenant Commander      30
Besant, Thomas Fleming  AE1 Lieutenant Commander      30
Biggs, Geoffrey Nepean  E30 Lieutenant Commander      31
Brodie, Theodore Stuart  E15 Lieutenant Commander      31
Burch, Ronald James  Narwhal (N45) Lieutenant Commander      33
Caldwell, Herbert James  Tarpon (N17) Lieutenant Commander      34
Carrie, Alec Murray  M1 Lieutenant Commander      30
Cary, Byron Plantagenet  G9 Lieutenant Commander      30
Cavaye, William Alexander Keith Napier  Tempest (N86) Lieutenant Commander      35
Chisholm, Robert Fellowes  E37 Lieutenant Commander      32
Cholmley, George Francis  E3 Lieutenant Commander      32
Colvin, George Robson  Tigris (N63) Lieutenant Commander      32
Coplestone, Frederick Lewis  D2 Lieutenant Commander      32
Crouch, Cecil Bernard  Thunderbolt (N25) Lieutenant Commander      33
Currie, Frederick Basil  Regulus (N88) Lieutenant Commander      32
Duff-Dunbar, Kenneth James  E16 Lieutenant Commander      29
Dunkerley, William Donald  Thames (N71) Lieutenant Commander      32
Dymott, Herbert George  Olympus (N35) Lieutenant Commander      35
Eddis, Paul Leathley  L24 Lieutenant Commander      32
Edwards, Harrington Douty  E5 Lieutenant Commander      30
Fenner, Athelstan Alfred Lennox  K4 Lieutenant Commander      31
Forbes, John Hay  Spearfish (N69) Lieutenant Commander      33
Foster, William John  E6 Lieutenant Commander      31
Fraser, William St John  E10 Lieutenant Commander      31
Gaimes, John Austin  K5 Lieutenant Commander      34
Greenway, George Henry  Tetrarch (N77) Lieutenant Commander      32
Halahan, Robert Crosby  E18 Lieutenant Commander      30
Haselfoot, Wilfrid Frederick  Thistle (N24) Lieutenant Commander      32
Haward, Gerard Henry Stacpole  Sterlet (N22) Lieutenant Commander      30
Head, Clement Gordon Wakefield  D2 Lieutenant Commander      29
Hearn, Henry John  K17 Lieutenant Commander      32
Jameson, Arthur George  D2 Lieutenant Commander      31
Lost overboard 23/11/H5511914 MPD
John R A, Codrington  L5 Lieutenant Commander     
Commanding Office.Succumbed to influenza 01/11/1918
Leathes, John Duncan de Mussenden  M2 Lieutenant Commander      36
Mackenzie, Alexander James  P222 Lieutenant Commander      32
Moore, Lewis Peter  Rainbow (N16) Lieutenant Commander      32
Naper, George Wyatt Edgell  E24 Lieutenant Commander      31
Needham, Jerrold K  Sidon (P259) Lieutenant Commander     
Nicolay, Edward Christian Frederick  Perseus (N36) Lieutenant Commander      34
Norfolk, Robert Galliano  Thorn (N11) Lieutenant Commander      33
Nowell, Gilbert Hugh  Pheonix (N96) Lieutenant Commander      34
Pain, Richard Michael Eames  P514 Lieutenant Commander      32
Rowe, Charles Alexander  Grampus (N56) Lieutenant Commander      35
Salt, George Stevenson  Triad (N53) Lieutenant Commander      32
St Clair-Ford, Drummond  Traveller (N48) Lieutenant Commander      34
Tenison, Julian Tenison  E4 Lieutenant Commander      31
Tomkinson, Edward Philip  Urge (N17) Lieutenant Commander      30
Turner, Hugh Bentley  Porpoise (N14) Lieutenant Commander      29
Wanklyn, Malcolm David  Upholder (N99) Lieutenant Commander      30
Watkins, Guy Claud Ian St.Barbe Sladen  Triton (N15) Lieutenant Commander      29
White, Geoffrey Saxton  E14 Lieutenant Commander      31
White, Stafford Radcliffe  Narwhal (N45) Lieutenant Commander      31
Whitehouse, Alfred Edward  L10 Lieutenant Commander      30
Willmott, Michael  Talisman (N78) Lieutenant Commander      33
Wise, James Anthony Surtees  Orpheus (N46) Lieutenant Commander      32
Woods, Kenneth MacIver  Odin (N84) Lieutenant Commander      32
Commanding Officer. At birth Keneth all other documents Kenneth
Wren, Charles Bate Limpright  Tarpon (N17) Lieutenant Commander      31
O'Brien, Brian Eoghan  Thames (N71) Lieutenant Commander Engineer      33

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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