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Roll Of Honour

Ranks beginning "Stoker Mechanic"

Name Boat Rank Number Hons Age
Bridges, Oliver Alfred Maynard  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  D/SKX 832096    21
Brookes, Ernest  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  P/SKX 834163    20
Campbell, Eric  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  C/SKX 771241    20
Cardno, Robert John  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  C/KX 769554    24
Curry, Roy  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  D/SKX 790241    22
Daw, Leonard Albert  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  D/SKX 790457    21
Dorn, Alfred  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  P/SKX 770263    21
Drury, Frederick  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  D/SKX 854592    21
Ellis, Frederick George  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  C/KX 804235    24
Gostling, Bernard Paul  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  C/KX 832123    21
Harris, Leonard Edwin Stanley  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  C/KX 841775    21
Helliwell, Ronald Walter  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  P/KX 786841    23
Hiles, Roy Gerald Graham  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  P/SKX 846398    21
Hodges, John Edwin Albert  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  P/SKX 850727    20
Jones, Harry Gwylfa  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  D/KX 663987    23
Larter, Gordon Richard  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  P/SKX 852151    20
Lewis, William David  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  D/KX 842311  DSM*  28
Likely, Michael John  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  P/SKX 788502    21
Ramplin, Alan  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  P/SKX 871876    20
Robinson, Peter Robert  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  C/SKX 789598    21
Smith, Anthony Richard  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  D/KX 817944    20
Smith, John Douglas  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  C/KX 835006    24
Taylor, Clifford  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  SKX 803297    22
Temple, Norman  Affray (P421) Stoker Mechanic  C/KX 527942    25
Wood, Edward Graham  Truculent (P315) Stoker Mechanic  D/KX 841026    20

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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