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Roll Of Honour

Ranks beginning "Chief Stoker"

Name Boat Rank Number Hons Age
Adams, Harry  E6 Chief Stoker  293436    35
Beer, Frank John  K4 Chief Stoker  298980    35
Bewers, William John Cornelius  E22 Chief Stoker  280241    38
RN DoB 15/05/1877. Actual 15/05/1876
Bonnett, Harry Douglas  Oxley (P55) Chief Stoker  P/K62458    38
Had 3 service numbers SS121568 (1916), J49198 (1919), K62458 (1925-1939)
Booker, George Lewis  K5 Chief Stoker     
Accidentally lost overboard and were drowned 31/07/1918
Christopher, Thomas William  Traveller (N48) Chief Stoker  P/K 61482    42
Eyres, Frank  L10 Chief Stoker  286254  DSM  40
Fenson, Walter Abraham  K13 Chief Stoker  297570 (Ch)    34
Fleming, Albert Bertram  A1 Chief Stoker  144822    36
Gardner, Charles  M1 Chief Stoker  233422    37
Gardner, Joseph Alfred  C18 Chief Stoker     
Died of heart failure 20/06/1918
Hayes, Patrick  Thorn (N11) Chief Stoker  D/K 58034  DSM  41
Male, Bert Edward  K5 Chief Stoker  302183    36
At birth Male, Bertram Edwin Served as Male, Bert Edwards. RN DoB 27/01/1884. Actual 27/01/1887
Matheson, Neil  E3 Chief Stoker  287663    36
Phillips, Charles  E10 Chief Stoker  282526    38
Pink, Benjamin  E13 Chief Stoker  281214    39
Raggett, Archibald Fred  Tarpon (N17) Chief Stoker  P/K 57325    39
Reeve, Thomas Samuel  A8 Chief Stoker  137633    37
Spowart, Albert  Tempest (N86) Chief Stoker  P/K 60766    40
Squire, Arthur James  P311 Chief Stoker  D/KX 75929    35
Stockham, Wilfred Harry  Triumph (N18) Chief Stoker  P/K 65586  DSM**  35
Taylor, Edward Charles   E7 Chief Stoker  283225  DSM  38
Died 06/10/1916 whilst a Prisoner of War in Turkey
Stretch, Harry  AE1 Chief Stoker (8265)  278358    38

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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