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Ranks containing "Stoker 2nd Class"

Name Boat Rank Number Hons Age
Allen, William Albert  P48 Stoker 2nd Class  D/SKX 374    21
Attewell, Robert Henry  Urge (N17) Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 11645    21
Extra personnel carried as O/P ( On Passage)
Bakis, Francis  P514 Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 13467    19
Barnes, Anthony Frederick  P514 Stoker 2nd Class  C/KX 13233    20
Carson, John Harris  H31 Stoker 2nd Class  P/SKX 224    20
Clarkson, George  P222 Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 14814    20
Constable, Frederick Sinclair  Union (N56) Stoker 2nd Class  P/KX 11132    20
CWGC has Constable, Frederick. Birth and Svc Doc's have Constable, Frederick Sinclair. CWGC has NOK at Westbourne, Hants. Service Doc's NOK at Daventry, Northants
Davies, George William  Tempest (N86) Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 13202    19
Grainger, Joseph James  H31 Stoker 2nd Class  D/SKX 1220    20
Griffiths, John Norbert  P311 Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 14476    19
Jackson, William  P38 Stoker 2nd Class  D/SKX 1233    19
Jones, Samuel  Parthian (N75) Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 13057    21
Keers, James  Union (N56) Stoker 2nd Class  P/KX 10908    24
Knowles, Maurice Henry  Usurper (P56) Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 15997    20
Law, Alexander Storrie  Perseus (N36) Stoker 2nd Class  C/KX 11685    27
Legg, Reggie  Pandora (N42) Stoker 2nd Class  P/SKX 216    20
Marshall, Albert Richard  Talisman (N78) Stoker 2nd Class  C/KX 14438    21
Mechen, William Thomas  Pandora (N42) Stoker 2nd Class  P/KX 134592    21
Munday, Edward  Upholder (N99) Stoker 2nd Class  C/SKX 1599    20
Murray, Robert  P514 Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 13445    20
Smith, Philip Roy  Porpoise (N14) Stoker 2nd Class  P/KX 52428    19
Stanley, Sidney James  Perseus (N36) Stoker 2nd Class  C/SKX 165    22
Stanton, William Henry  Varangian (P61) Stoker 2nd Class  D/KX 13609    19
Stone, Cyril Percy  Tetrarch (N77) Stoker 2nd Class  C/LX 23652    25
CWGC has C/SKX 971

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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