Vessels Lost in WW1: Locksley Hall to Lorca

This page includes basic information about the ships and how they were lost, a photo of the relevant panel(s) of the Tower Hill Memorial and information about those that lost their lives extracted from the CWGC database. In the table I have included information about those who served on the ships but who had a normal burial as this seems appropriate to me. In some cases further family information about the individuals may be available on the CWGC website - External Ref. #7.

Locksley Hall

Locksley Hall was a 3,580 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1893 by Wm. Denny & Bros. for P.Henderson & Co. as Prome. From 1909 she was owned by Ellerman Lines. She was sunk on 12 May 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-32 at position 35° 23' N, 14° 56' E - approximately 30 nautical miles South-East by South of Malta. She was en route from Madras to London with a general cargo.

Locksley Hall
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Abdullah Aziz Muhammad 12/05/1917 Tindal Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Cunningham Samuel Newman 26 12/05/1917 Fourth Engineer Officer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John Joseph Cunningham, Of 11, Elmdale Rd., Fazakerley, Liverpool, And The Late Mary Frances Cunningham. Born At Liverpool.
Faizullah Nazir Muhammad 12/05/1917 Fireman Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Ghafur Ali Nighat Muhammad 12/05/1917 Fireman Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Mubarakullah Zamirullah 12/05/1917 Second Tindal Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Sabatullah Muhammad Naqi 12/05/1917 Donkeyman Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai

Lodaner

Lodaner was a 3,291 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1905 by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd. for Adam Bros. Ltd. as Ancroft. From 1911 she was owned by Lodore Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by Watson, Munro & Co. She was sunk on 16 April 1918 by torpedo fired by German submarine UB-73 South-Ease of the South Arklow light vessel. She was en route from Salta Caballo via Brest to Glasgow with a cargo of ore.

Lodaner Lodaner
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Alexander William 22 14/04/1918 2nd Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William And Mary Alexander (Nee Smith), Of 11, Raise St., Saltcoats, Ayrshire. Born At Kilmarnock.
Archer William 40 14/04/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Bernard And Jane Archer; Husband Of Amelia Archer (Nee Nelder), Of 17, Sandyford St., Glasgow. Born At Glasgow.
Baxter David 42 14/04/1918 Third Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Duncan And Margory Baxter (Nee Mctaggart), Of 82, Park Rd. West, Glasgow. Born At Glasgow.
Bird William James 30 14/04/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Robert Bird, And The Late Charlotte Thompson Bird; Husband Of Annabella Bird (Nee Beattie), Of 10, Richmond St., Glasgow. Born At Lisburn, Ireland.
Cameron James Mackay 26 14/04/1918 Fourth Engineer Officer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Elizabeth Cameron (Nee Mackay), Of 159, Adelphi St., Glasgow, And The Late William Cameron. Born At Glasgow.
Cunningham Robert 20 14/04/1918 Mess Room Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Elizabeth Cunningham (Nee Mcdaid), Of 10, Cranston St., Glasgow.
Elliott Robert 49 14/04/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late William And Anne Elliott. Born At Brankill, Co. Cavan.
Gallery Patrick 39 14/04/1918 Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Edward And Elizabeth Gallery; Husband Of Mary Ann Gallery (Nee Mcalinder), Of 124, Dumbarton Rd., Partick, Glasgow. Born At Boconell, Ireland.
Hackshaw Benjamin 14/04/1918 Private Tower Hill Memorial The CWGC database describes Mr. Hackshaw's 'trade' as Pensioner. He was a member of the Royal Marine Light Infantry and is also commemorated on panel 10 of the Chatham Naval Memorial.
Haggblom Charles 52 14/04/1918 Boatswain and Lamps Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Charles And Carolina Haggblom; Husband Of Sophia Haggblom (Nee Duck,) Of 32, West College St., Anderston, Glasgow. Born At Stockholm, Sweden.
Holburn John Millar 16 14/04/1918 Ordinary Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Robert And Annabella Holburn (Nee Mcdougall), Of Athole House, Wellington St., Dunoon, Argyllshire.
Hunter John Lawrence 21 14/04/1918 Second Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Robert Hunter, Of 6, St. John S Terrace, South Shields, And The Late Margaret Hunter (Nee Miller).
Irvine James 17 14/04/1918 Ordinary Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Glasgow.
Johnson Hugh Morison 29 14/04/1918 Carpenter Tower Hill Memorial Son Of George And Martha Johnson, Of Gronafirth Nesting, Lerwick, Shetland.
Jones Ivor John 23 14/04/1918 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John Robert And Mary Jane Jones, Of 11, Maindy Crescent, Ton Pentre, Pentre (Rhondda), Glam. Born At Pentre.
Lally William Henry 14/04/1918 Lance Corporal Tower Hill Memorial Mr. Lally was a memver of the Royal Marine Light Infantry and is also commemorated on panel 30 of the Chatham Naval Memorial.
Marr J 51 14/04/1918 Master Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Martha Marr, Of 23, Crosshill Drive, Burnside, Rutherglen.
McCadden Daniel John 19 14/04/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial (Served As McAdams). Son Of John And Mary McCadden (Nee Conway), Of 12, Sharp S Lane, McAlpin St., Anderston, Glasgow. Born At Sligo.
McDonald Albert Robert 20 14/04/1918 Second Cook Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Marion McDonald (Nee Black), Of 125, Albert Rd., Langside, Glasgow, And The Late Walter McDonald.
McEwan Peter 57 14/04/1918 Ship s Cook Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late John And Margaret McEwan; Husband Of Elizabeth McEwan (Nee McDougall), Of 149, Waddell St., Glasgow. Born At Glasgow.
McIlroy Thomas 50 14/04/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late James And Katherine Mcilroy; Husband Of Mary Ann McIlroy (Nee Hendry), Of 210, Possil Rd., Glasgow. Born At Partick, Glasgow.
McKechnie James Colin 36 14/04/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Alexander And Margaret McKechnie. Born At Wemyss Bay.
McLean John 17 14/04/1918 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Kate McLean, Of Borve, Barra, Castlebay, Inverness.
Nicolson Murdoch 44 14/04/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Neil And Ann Nicolson; Husband Of Elizabeth Nicolson, Of 15, Grace St., Partick, Glasgow. Born In Skye.
Scott Thomas Alexander 40 14/04/1918 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Helen Scott, Of 22, East St., Berwick-On-Tweed, And The Late Thomas Scott. Born At Chathill Northumberland.
Seymour Charles William 30 14/04/1918 First Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Charles William And Margaret Seymour; Husband Of Lilian May Seymour, Of 12, Despenser St., Cardiff. Born At Aberdare.
Slade Christopher 48 14/04/1918 First Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Christopher And Elizabeth Slade; Husband Of Emily Slade, Of Craigmere, Fowey, Cornwall. Born At Fowey.
Southern Thomas 19 14/04/1918 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Thomas And Clara Southern, Of 26, Murton St., Sunderland.
Sullivan Martin 43 14/04/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Cornelius And Mary Sullivan; Husband Of Sarah Sullivan (Nee Brogan), Of 401, St. Vincent St., Glasgow. Born At Waterford.
Toms Cecil William 19 14/04/1918 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William Thomas And Ada Martha Toms, Of 29, Hollyfield Avenue, Friern Barnet, London.
Voyle William 66 14/04/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Swansea.
Waller George Robert 35 14/04/1918 Private Tower Hill Memorial Husband of Ann Maria Waller, of 9, Loanda St., Haggerston, London. Mr. Waller was a member of the Royal Marine Light Infantry and is also commemorated on panel 30 of the Chatham Naval Memorial.

Lodes

Lodes was a 396 GRT compound-engined cargo ship completed in 1898 by R. Williamson & Son for Casebourne Fowler. At the time of her loss she was owned by M. A. Morris of Pilltown, Co. Kilkenny. She sank on 5 May 1917 after striking a mine laid by German submarine UC-33 approximately 4 nautical miles South-East of Ballycottin. She was en route from Newport to Cork with a cargo of coal.

Lodes
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Horrocks Joseph 05/05/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Samuel Tyson Horrocks And Hannah Horrocks; Husband Of Agnes Horrocks (Nee Ashmore), Of 14, Chapel Rd., Garston, Lancs. Born At Leeds.
Kavanagh Thomas 41 05/05/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Patrick And Mary Kavanagh; Husband Of Elizabeth Kavanagh (Nee Neil), Of 10, Tyndall S Lane, Arklow, Co. Wicklow. Born At Arklow.
Kearon John 53 05/05/1917 Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Michael And Kate Kearon; Husband Of Kate Kearon (Nee Woolatan), Of 57, Lower Main St., Arklow, Co. Wicklow. Born At Arklow.
Lennon Patrick 46 05/05/1917 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Elizabeth Lennon (Nee Hawatty), Of 8, Dublin St., Dundalk. Born At Dundalk.
Thompson James 71 05/05/1917 Chief Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Father Of Mrs. Margaret Rigby, Of 95, Stanley Park Avenue, Anfield, Liverpool. Born In Scotland.
Waters Michael 34 05/05/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Robert And Mary Walters; Husband Of Bridget Waters (Formerly O Hare, Nee Conolly), Of Adavoyle, Newry, Co. Armagh. Born At Edentubber, Co., Louth.
Willoughby John 05/05/1917 Master Tower Hill Memorial

Lofoten

Lofoten was a 942 GRT steam passenger/cargo ship completed in 1913 by Akers Mek. Verks. of Norway for A/S Vesteraalens D/S. From 1917 she was in the hands of the British Government Shipping Controller and managed by W.Coupland & Co. She was sunk on 3 February 1918 by torpedo fired by German submarine UB-38X at position 50° 11' N, 03° 29' W - approximately 7 nautical miles South-East by East of Start Point. She was en route from Glasgow to Le Havre with a general cargo.

Lofoten Lofoten
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Caley Norman 35 04/02/1918 Mate Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Catherine Macintosh Caley (Nee Robertson), Of 9, Binney St., Hall Lane, Liverpool. Born At Waterloo, Liverpool.
Cole Joseph Henry 25 04/02/1918 Leading Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son of Mr. J. and Mrs. J. S. Cole, of Bristol. Mr. Cole was a member of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 29 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Daly Cornelius 35 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Cornelius And Elizabeth Daly; Husband Of Margaret Daly (Nee Mcdermott), Of 56, Madellan St., Kinning Park, Glasgow. Born At Dublin.
Fletcher Richard 43 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Richard And Sarah Ann Fletcher; Husband Of Elizabeth Fletcher (Nee Edge), Of 42, Birkett Rd., West Kirby, Cheshire. Born At Wolverhampton.
Hamlet Thomas 36 04/02/1918 Cook and Steward Tower Hill Memorial (Served As Prosser). Son Of The Late Edward And Charlotte Hamlet; Husband Of Susannah Hamlet (Nee Prosser), Of 171, Belle Vue Rd., Leeds, Yorks. Born At Wolverhampton.
Macauly Hugh 27 04/02/1918 2nd Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Hugh And Elizabeth Macauly. Born At Leith.
MacDougall John 19 04/02/1918 Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Roderick And Christina MacDougall, Of Earsary, Barra, Inverness.
MacIntyre Donald John 28 04/02/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Catherine MacIntyre, Of 2, South Loch Eynort, South Uist, Inverness-Shire, And The Late Alexander MacIntyre.
MacKinnon William 25 04/02/1918 Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Peggy MacKinnon, Of Bolnabodach, Barra, Inverness, And The Late Ewen MacKinnon.
MacLeod Donald 40 04/02/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Christina MacLeod, Of 2, Waterloo, Broadford, Skye, Inverness, And The Late John MacLeod.
Macvean J 26 04/02/1918 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Elizabeth N. Macvean (Nee Mcbain), Of 116, Gartocher Rd., Shettleston, Lanark, And The Late James Macvean. Born At Shettleston.
O'Connor Robert 19 04/02/1918 Mess Room Steward Tower Hill Memorial (Served As McGrath). Son Of James O'Connor, Of 8, Nevada St., Bootle, Lancs, And The Late Sophia O'Connor.
Pearson Frederick Charles 04/02/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Mr. Pearson was a member of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 30 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Ross I 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial
Smeatham Thomas 41 04/02/1918 Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Jenny Smeatham, Of 52, Coleridge Avenue, South Shields, Born At South Shields.
Speers John 38 04/02/1918 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Joseph And Matilda Speers; Husband Of Elizabeth Louisa Speers (Nee Flatt), Of 24, Fairy St., Liverpool. Born At Liverpool.
Syvertsen Sigur 35 04/02/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Sigur Syvertsen; Husband Of Emily Syvertsen (Nee O Neill), Of 45A, Upper Pitt St., Liverpool. Born At Drammen, Norway.

Lomas

Lomas was a 3,043 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1898 by W. Gray & Co. Ltd. for W.H.Cockerline & Co. as Brittanic. From 1899 she was owned by Buenos Ayres, Great Southern Railway Co. Ltd. and managed by A.Holland & Co. She was sunk on 30 June 1915 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-39 at position 49° 30' N, 08° 15' W - approximately 65 nautical miles West of Bishop Rock. She was en route from La Plata to Belfast with a cargo of maize.

Lomas
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Cunningham William Pearl 58 30/06/1915 Second Mate Tower Hill Memorial Born At Glasgow.

Lompoc

Lompoc was a 7,270 GRT steam tanker completed in 1914 by D. & W. Henderson & Co. Ltd. for Bear Creek Oil & Shipping Co. Ltd. She was damaged on 28 August 1918 by torpedo fired by German submarine UB-77 approximately 4 nautical miles East of the Tyne. She was en route from South Shields to an unknown destination in ballast. She had also been attacked by UB-34 on 21 April 1918 South of Longstone but on that occasion there were no casualties.

Lompoc
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Siling Mikkel 28 28/08/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Pernau, Livonia, Baltic.

Lonada

Lonada was originally a 1,126 GRT mud hopper completed in 1912 by Ropner & Sons Ltd. for the Port of London Authority as Port of London Authority Hopper No. 22. In 1916 she was converted into a cargo ship and renamed Lonada. She sank on 29 December 1916 after striking a mine laid by German submarine UC-6 approximately 5 nautical miles North by East of the Shipwash light vessel. She was en route from the Tyne to London with a cargo of coal.

Lonada
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Guilmant Norman Reginald 24 29/12/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial (Served As Evans). Son Of Jean Baptiste And Louisa Guilmant, Of 4, Jubilee Terrace, Southsea, Hants. Born At Stubbington, Fareham.
Nessworthy George Matthews 29 29/12/1916 Third Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Elizabeth And The Late Matthew Nessworthy; Husband Of Margaret Nessworthy (Nee Langley), Of 401, South Palmerston St., South Shields. Born At South Shields.
Scott John Joseph 34 29/12/1916 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Elizabeth Scott; Husband Of Phoebe Jane Scott (Nee Birch), Of 50, Coleridge Avenue, South Shields. Born At South Shields.
Spalding John 39 29/12/1916 Fireman and Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late John And Mary Spalding; Husband Of Ada Spalding (Nee Bamborough), Of 26, Gordon St., South Shields. Born At Dundee.
Tracey George William 44 29/12/1916 Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late George And Martha Elizabeth Tracey; Husband Of Alice Frances Tracey (Nee Browne), Of 20, Darnley St., Gravesend, Kent. Born At Gravesend.
Willing James Robinson 49 29/12/1916 Chief Officer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Elizabeth Hannah Willing (Nee Oliver), Of 129, Canon Cockin St., Sunderland. Born At Sunderland.

Lonclara

Lonclara originally a 1,126 GRT mud hopper completed in 1911 by Ropner & Sons Ltd. for the Port of London Authority as Port of London Authority Hopper No.20. In 1916 she was converted into a cargo ship and renamed Lonclara. She sank on 4 January 1917 after striking a mine laid by German submarine UC-31 approximately 0.5 nautical miles East of Hendon Rock Buoy near Sunderland.

Lonclara
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Kennedy William John 50 04/01/1917 First Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Brother Of Miss Mary Hannah Kennedy, Of 23, The Royalty, Sunderland.
Palmer John 04/01/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial
Wells George William 56 04/01/1917 First Mate Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Eliza Wells, Of 18, Townsend St., Barbourne, Worcester. Born In London.
Young William Robertson 28 04/01/1917 Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Hannah Jane Young; Husband Of Hannah Sophia Young, Of 41, Mile End Rd., South Shields. Born At South Shields.

Longhirst

Longhirst was a 3,052 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1904 by W. Gray & Co. Ltd. for London & Northern Steamship Co. Ltd. From 1917 she was owned by Pyman, Watson & Co. Ltd. She was sunk on 23 February 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-35 at position 37° 08' N, 11° 25' E - approximately 20 nautical miles East of Cap Bon. She was en route from Philippeville to Salonica with a cargo of barley and hay.

Longhirst
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Danielson Otto Leonard 41 23/02/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Finland.
Ferris Alexander 16 23/02/1917 Mess Room Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Alexander Ferris, Of 30, Hannan Rd., Liverpool, And The Late Mary Ferris.

Lorca

Lorca was a 4,129 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1910 by J. Readhead & Sons Ltd. for English & American Shipping Co. Ltd. and managed by C. T. Bowring & Co. Ltd. She was sunk on 15 November 1916 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-49 approximately 200 nautical miles West of Ushant. She was en route from Gulfport via Norfolk to Calais with a cargo of timber. She was posted missing at the time.

There were no survivors

Lorca Lorca
Surname Forename Age Honours/Awards D.O.D Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref. Additional Information
Abbot Thomas R. 15/11/1916 Master Tower Hill Memorial
Austwick Nicholas 59 15/11/1916 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Joseph And Emma Austwick; Husband Of Alice Mary Austwick, Of 5, Bedford Rd., Newport, Mon. Born At Greenwich.
Bain John Emslie 17 15/11/1916 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of James And Susan Bain, Of 9, Tubbs Rd., Harlesden, London. Born At Edinburgh.
Barnett Alfred Lambert 30 15/11/1916 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Robert And Eleanor Barnett (Formerly Beynon, Nee Wack). Born At Swansea.
Beadon J.E. 35 15/11/1916 First Mate Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Maud Beadon, Of 1, Pebble Terrace, Victoria Rd., Dartmouth. Born At Dartmouth.
Caros G 24 15/11/1916 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Greece.
Cavalieratos S 26 15/11/1916 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Greece.
Cilia Saverio 55 15/11/1916 Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Luigi And Vincenza Cilia; Husband Of Carmela Cilia, Of 51, Sda San Gaetano, Hamoun, Malta. Born In Malta.
Fletcher Sidney Henry 21 15/11/1916 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Henry And Alice Fletcher, Of 6, Lansdown Cottages, Cheltenham. Born At Cheltenham.
Hardberg Gustaf 45 15/11/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Sweden.
Harvey Andrew 60 15/11/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Margaret Harvey. Born At Bishopwearmouth.
Hunter Samuel 22 15/11/1916 Fourth Engineer Officer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of James And The Late Margaret Hunter (Formerly Brevings). Born At Belfast.
Johnston James 18 15/11/1916 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of James And Ada Johnston, Of 79, Byron Avenue, Manor Park, Essex.
Key Robert Bell 24 15/11/1916 Third Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Robert Bell Key And Jane Welch Key, (Nee Urwin), Of 150, Dean Rd., South Shields. Born At South Shields.
Lalanza J 48 15/11/1916 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Dona Ursula Anduera De Lalanza, Of Evemdio Calle Yado 3 Principal, Bilbao, Spain. Born In Spain.
Lawlor Morgan 43 15/11/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Kate Lawlor, Of 55, Upper Ferry Bank, Waterford. Born At Waterford.
Leaman Patrick C. 21 15/11/1916 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born At West Hartlepool.
Macalli J 35 15/11/1916 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Born At Syra.
Martinez Francisco 35 15/11/1916 Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Born In Spain.
Nilsson Eric William 52 15/11/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial (Served As E.W. Wilson). Born In Sweden.
Rogers Arthur Charles 27 15/11/1916 Second Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of George Rogers And Jane Elizabeth Rogers (Nee Jenkins), Of 48, Risca Rd., Newport, Mon. Born At Newport, Mon.
Scicluna Salvatore 25 15/11/1916 Mess Room Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Maria Antonia Scicluna, Of 135, Strada Manderaggio, Valetta, Malta.
Stafford John 38 15/11/1916 Boatswain Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Mary Stafford, Of 12, Mount Sion Avenue, Waterford. Born At: Bannow.
Stavrus Demitrez 30 15/11/1916 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial Born In Greece.
Steel John 61 15/11/1916 First Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Janet Steel, Of 60, Colinton Rd., Edinburgh. Born At Edinburgh.
Trevor Alfred Norman 23 15/11/1916 Third Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Alfred Edward And Margaret Helena Trevor, Of 116, City Rd., Cardiff. Born At Much Wenlock, Salop.
Undu J 33 15/11/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Dago, Russia.
Vallos C 15/11/1916 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial
Wensberg Rudolf 28 15/11/1916 Able Seaman Angle (St. Mary) Churchyard Spec. Memorial. Born In Russia.
Williams J.M. 48 15/11/1916 Carpenter Tower Hill Memorial Born At Port Madoc.
Williams Percival Leith 21 15/11/1916 Cooks Boy Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Susan Williams (Nee Taylor), Of 1 1/2, Mcwhinney St., Kingston, Jamaica, And The Late James Williams. Born At Jamaica.
Willis Thomas 37 15/11/1916 Ship s Cook Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Elizabeth And The Late Edward Willis; Husband Of Violetta Daisy Willis (Nee Browning), Of Baldwins, Framilode, Near Stonehouse, Glos. Born At Sharpness.