Lost in WW1

Tortuguero Towergate Towneley
Transylvania Tredegar Hall Trekieve
Treloske Treneglos Treveal
Treverbyn


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 [7].

Tortuguero

Tortuguero was a 4,161 GRT steam passenger/cargo ship (ref) completed in 1909 by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. for Elders & Fyffes Ltd. She was sunk on 26 June 1918 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-156 at position 55° 50' N, 15° 30' W - approximately 205 nautical miles North-West by North of Eagle Island. She was en route from Liverpool to Kingston, Jamaica in ballast.

Tortuguero

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Edwards Samuel 26 26/06/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Robert Edwards, Of Cape Coast. Born At Cape Coast.
Harrison James 30 26/06/1918 2nd Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Launcelot Harrison And The Late Mary Harrison; Husband Of Bessie Harrison (Nee Penny), Of 10, Milton Rd., Seacombe, Cheshire. Born At Edinburgh.
Hemmimg Joseph Francis Edmund 18 26/06/1918 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Edmund And Charlotte Louise Hemming (Nee Edwards), Of 115, Pershore Rd., Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Jones John Hule 40 26/06/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Benita Jones, Of Santa Marta, Colombia. Born In U.S.A.
Myers Harold 16 26/06/1918 Steward s Boy Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Francis And Lillie Myers (Nee Cullen), Of 3, Albion Place, Salford, Lancs.
Plummer Ernest Digby 36 26/06/1918 Greaser Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Harry And Annie Plummer; Husband Of Edith Plummer (Nee Dixon), Of 912, Redland Rd., Bristol. Born At Bournemouth.
Rawle Edwin 41 26/06/1918 Assistant Steward Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Esther Augusta Rawle, Of 23, Maiden Lane, Kingston, Jamaica. Born At Barbados.
Thwaite Thomas Anthony 36 26/06/1918 First Mate Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Florence Thwaite, Of 26, Kipling St., Broughton, Salford. Born At Manchester.
Turner Arthur Harold 26/06/1918 Wireless Operator Sale Cemetery S. 6150.
Van De Groot Reginald Stanley 18 26/06/1918 Assistant Steward Tower Hill Memorial Born At Accra.

Towergate

Towergate was a 3,697 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1906 by Bartram & Sons for Dowgate Steamship Co. Ltd. From 1916 she was owned by Anglier Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by Brys & Gylsen, Ltd. managed by zzz & Co. She was sunk on 16 April 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-43 at position 52° 10' N, 16° 16' W - approximately 250 nautical miles North-West by West of Fastnet. She was en route from Galveston to Liverpool with a cargo of cotton, lard and beef.

Towergate

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Bates George Washington 24 16/03/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Logan S And Maxie Allen Bates. Born At Lockloosa, Florida.
Rodrigues Nicholas 46 16/04/1917 Ship s Cook and Baker Tower Hill Memorial (Served As Gomes). Son Of Salvador And Joana Rodrigues; Husband Of Victoria Rodrigues (Nee Gomes), Of 15, Serang Lane, Calcutta.

Towneley

Towneley was a 2,476 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1910 by Wood, Skinner & Co. Ltd. for Burnett Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by Burnett & Co. She was sunk on 31 January 1918 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-46 at position 50° 48' N, 04° 48' W - approximately 18 nautical miles from Trevose Head on bearing 048°. She was en route from Devonport to Barry Roads in ballast.

Towneley

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Abdul Mehdi 31/01/1918 Steward Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Ahmad Masud 31/01/1918 Fireman Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Dowse Richard Henry 48 02/02/1918 Chief Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Mary Dowse, Of St. John S Vicarage, York Rd., Kingstown, Dublin, And The Late Richard Henry Dowse. Born At Carnew, Co. Wicklow.
Hasan Ali 31/01/1918 Donkeyman Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Muhammad Muhsin 31/01/1918 Fireman Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Tate Thomas 02/02/1918 Master Mariner Tynemouth (Preston) Cemetery F. U. 9103. Son Of James And Margaret Tate; Husband Of Jessie A. G. Tate, Of 20, Beaumont St., North Shields. Born At Blyth.

Transylvania

Transylvania was a 14,315 GRT steam passenger/cargo ship completed in 1914 by Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. for Anchor Line and managed by Henderson Bros. She was sunk on 4 May 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-63 at position 44° 15' N, 08° 30' E - approximately 2.5 nautical miles South of Cape Vado. Whe was en route from Marseille to Alexandria carrying troops.

According to Charles Hocking [35]:

The liner Transylvania, Lt. S. Brennell, R.N.R., completed just before the outbreak of the First World War, was taken over for service as a transport on completion. She was designed to accommodate 1,379 passengers but the Admiralty fixed her capacity at 200 officers and 2,860 men, besides crew. She was carrying nearly this number when she left Marseilles for Alexandria on May 3rd, 1917, with an escort of two Japanese destroyers, the Matsu and the Sakaki. At 10 a.m. on the 4th the Transylvania was struck in the port engine room by a torpedo from a submarine.

At the time the ship was on a zig-zag course at a speed of 14 knots, being two and a half miles S. of Cape Vado, Gulf of Genoa. She at once headed for the land two miles distant, while the Matsu came alongside to take off the troops, the Sakaki meanwhile steaming around to keep the submarine submerged. Twenty minutes later a torpedo was seen coming straight for the destroyer alongside, which saved herself by going astern at full speed. The torpedo then struck the Transylvania and she sank very quickly, less than an hour having elapsed since she was first hit. Lt. Brennell, one other officer and ten men of the crew, 29 military officers and 373 other ranks were killed.

The date of death of Mr. Roberts is recorded in the CWGC database as in 1916 and he was buried in Marseilles but I have found no explanation of this.

Transylvania
Transylvania

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Birch John 20 04/05/1917 Cook Mazargues War Cemetery, Marseilles III. C. 23. Son Of Elizabeth Ann Kennerley (Formerly Birch), Of 24, St. Peter S Square, Preston, Lancs, And The Late Richard Birch.
Cullen Michael 04/05/1917 Stoker Tower Hill Memorial Mr. Cullen was a member of the Royal Naval Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 24 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Foulkes Alfred 20 04/05/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Peter And Georgina Foulkes. Born At Birkenhead.
Hay Richard 22 04/05/1917 Third Officer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Richard Stewart Hay And Wilhelmina Hay, Of 13, Randolph Gardens, Glasgow. Born At Leith.
Hughes Bernard 24 04/05/1917 Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Patrick And Mary Ann Hughes; Husband Of Ada Hughes, Of 8, Henry St., Birkenhead. Born At Birkenhead.
Kayser Godfrey Theodore Emanuel 32 04/05/1917 Assistant Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Gustav Theodore Kayser, Of 127, Upper Frederick St., Liverpool, And The Late Augusta Amelia Kayser. Born At New Ferry, Cheshire.
Morley Albert Granville 31 04/05/1917 Assistant Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William Arthur And Margaret Morley, Of 49, Wellington St., Long Eaton, Derby, And The Late Mrs. Morley. Born At Nottingham.
Revell John Louis 04/05/1917 Stoker Tower Hill Memorial Mr. Revell was a member of the Royal Naval Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 24 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Roberts Pierce 41 24/12/1916 Fireman Mazargues War Cemetery, Marseilles XI. B. 7. Son Of John And Mary Roberts; Husband Of Sarah Elizabeth Roberts, Of 48, Flamank St., Birkenhead.
Ruff Michel 21 04/05/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Soloman And Esther Ruff, Of 138, Davison Buildings, New Goulston St., Aldgate, London. Born In Russia.

Tredegar Hall

Tredegar Hall was a 3,764 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1906 by W. Doxford & Sons Ltd. for Tredegar Hall Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by Hansen Bros. Ltd. She was sunk on 23 October 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine UB-57 approximately 4.5 nautical miles East-South-East of Flamborough Head. She was en route from Melilla to Middlesbrough with a cargo of iron ore.

Tredegar Hall

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Abdul Muhammad 23/10/1917 Fireman and Trimmer Bombay 1914-1918 Memorial, Mumbai
Maximo R 29 23/10/1917 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Barbados.
Sparks Ivor George John 24 23/10/1917 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Elizabeth Sparks (Nee Allen), Of Lyndhurst , Friar S Rd., Barry Island, Glam. Born At Cardiff.

Trekieve

Trekieve was a 3,087 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1898 by J. Readhead & Sons for Hain Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by E. Hain & Son. She was sunk on 18 April 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-35 at position 35° 00' N, 09° 45' W - approximately 100 nautical miles West of Gibraltar. She was en route from Cardiff to Gibraltar carrying a government cargo.

Trekieve

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Lewis George 40 18/04/1917 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Mrs. Lewis, Of 27, Wellington St., Canton, Cardiff. Born At Swansea.
Nicholas Bob 21 18/04/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Bathurst, Gambia.
Olivey Thomas Edward Legge 19 18/04/1917 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Thomas Henry And Victoria Amelia Olivey, Of 70Bb, Peckham Rd., Camberwell, London. Born At Reading.

Treloske

Treloske was a 3,071 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1902 by J. Readhead & Sons for Hain Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by E. Hain & Sons. She was sunk on 29 August 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-93 at position 44° 50' N, 11° 20' W - approximately 145 nautical miles North by West of Cape Finisterre. She was en route from Barry to La Spezia with a cargo of coal.

Treloske

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Garrod William Charles Edward 20 29/08/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Alice Jane Garrod, Of 8, River St., Ipswich.

Treneglos

Treneglos was a 3,886 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1906 by J. Readhead & Sons for Hain Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by E. Hain & Son. She was sunk on 14 November 1915 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-34 at position 34° 30' N, 22° 42' E - approximately 70 nautical miles West-South-West of Gavdo Island. She was en route from Port Louis, Mauritius to the UK with a cargo of sugar.

Treneglos

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Harding I 26 14/11/1915 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Born At Sierra Leone.
Johnson H 21 14/11/1915 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Born At Sierra Leone.
Penrose Charles 55 14/11/1915 Third Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Anne And The Late Charles Penrose; Husband Of Mary Ellen Penrose (Nee Read), Of 25, Commercial Rd., Hayle, Cornwall. Born At Redruth.

Treveal

Treveal was a 4,160 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1909 by J. Readhead & Sons Ltd. for Hain Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by E. Hain & Son. She was sunk on 4 February 1918 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-53 off the Skerries, Anglesey. She was en route from Algiers to Barrow with a cargo of iron ore.

According to Charles Hocking [35]:

..... Thirty-three men, including the Captain lost their lives, the Treveal sinking so rapidly that there was no time to launch the boats. Three men managed to cling to a raft, from which they were rescued 8 hours afterwards by the steamship Agnes Allen which brought them to Newry.


The entry on the memorial for P. Kalju should say P. Kalsu though this person served under the name of F. Howard.

Treveal
Treveal

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Allen Horace William 18 04/02/1918 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Andrew William And Eliza Jane Allen (Nee Weston), Of Coastguard Station, Mouth Of Boyne, Drogheda, Co. Louth. Born At Portsmouth.
Boler James Matthew 42 04/02/1918 Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son of Mary Boler, of 24, Bolton Rd., Pendleton, Manchester. Mr. Boler was a member of the Royal Naval Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 29 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Brown Arthur Leonard 14 04/02/1918 Mess Room Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William And Emma Brown (Nee Snape), Of 2, Bedwas St., Grangetown, Cardiff. Born At West Hartlepool.
Carroll Ronald Frederick William 19 04/02/1918 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John Frederick And Elizabeth Carroll (Nee Bowkett), Of Brondeg, Grangetown, Cardigan.
Clemo Richard Henry Campion 41 04/02/1918 First Engineer Penzance Cemetery Q15. U . 18. Husband Of Matilda Clemo, Of Cliff Close, Ayr, St. Ives.
Costa J 28 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Cape Verde.
Cruis J 28 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Gertrude Cruis, Of St. Antonio, Cape Verde. Born At Cape Verde.
Davies Benjamin 19 04/02/1918 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Catherine Davies (Nee Edwards), Of Eagle, Castle St., Cardigan, And The Late David Davies.
Dillon Gilbert 18 04/02/1918 Assistant Cook Tower Hill Memorial Born In Jamaica.
Fonseca A 32 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Cape Verde.
Gomes Francois G. 28 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Cape Verde.
Gutierrez Luis 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Dona Cristanta Hierro De Gutierrez, Of Castro-Urdiales, Spain.
Harte James 36 04/02/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Elizabeth Harte, Of 2, Smith S Place, Waterford, And The Late William Harte.
Holbrook George 40 04/02/1918 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Born At Swansea.
Jackson Hubert 20 04/02/1918 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Isaac And Ellen Jackson. Born At Lifton, Devon.
Kalsu Pride 43 04/02/1918 Carpenter Tower Hill Memorial Served as Fred Howard and born in Estonia.
Martin Sidney Sherring 21 04/02/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Stephen And Louisa Ann Martin, Of 18, Simons Rd., Sherborne Rd., Dorset.
McSherry C 40 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Leitrim.
Mills Samuel Arnold 18 04/02/1918 Signalman Tower Hill Memorial Son of Samuel Mills, of 31, Victoria Rd., Acocks Green, Birmingham. Mr. Mills was a member of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 30 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Moran Charles Foscolo 28 04/02/1918 Cook Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Simon Alexander Moran; Husband Of Elizabeth Moran (Nee Haggard), Of 13, Morgan St., Barry, Glam. Born At Georgetown, Demerara.
Murley Albert George 37 04/02/1918 Leading Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son of the late William Murley, of Bristol; husband of Lily Murley, of 29, Old Market St., Bristol. Mr. Murley was a member of the Royal Navy and is also commemorated on panel 26 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Nissfolk Karl Axel Anderson 46 04/02/1918 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Johanna Karolina Nissfolk (Nee Vesterlund, Of Hasko, Finland). Born At Kasko, Finland.
Patterson J 54 04/02/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Saint John, New Brunswick.
Power Archibald Anthony John 22 04/02/1918 Boatswain Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Patrick George And Ella Emmeline Power, Of The Coastguard Station, Coatham, Redcar, Yorks. Born At Plymouth.
Rasmussen K 04/02/1918 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial
Sabino Antonio 25 04/02/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Cape Verde Islands.
Sadler Joseph Henry 22 04/02/1918 Second Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Henry William And Rebecca Sadler (Nee Bellamy), Of 23, Romilly Rd., Barry, Glam. Born At Oxford.
Taylor Alfred 04/02/1918 Master Tower Hill Memorial
Topp James 48 04/02/1918 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Alexander And Elizabeth Topp; Husband Of Jessie Topp (Nee Mcadie), Of 71, Clare Rd., Grangetown, Cardiff. Born At Aberdeen.
Varley Thomas Henry 46 04/02/1918 Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Albert William And Eliza Varley; Husband Of Helen Jane Penhoiwood Varley (Nee Shutt), Of 5, Odun Terrace, Appledore, Devon. Born At Huddersfield.
Waddington Arthur Balfour 20 04/02/1918 Ordinary Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son of Samuel and Annie E. Waddington, of 15, Ashton Place, Harehills, Leeds. Mr. Waddington was a member of the Royal Naval Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 31 of the Chatham Naval Memorial.
Williams William Thomas 49 04/02/1918 First Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late John Andrew And Anne Williams; Husband Of Eleanor Williams (Nee Williams), Of Ivy Cottage, Penybryn, Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire. Born At Cardigan.
Young Archibald Gilbert 26 04/02/1918 Third Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William John And Elizabeth Hannah Young; Husband Of Edith Young (Nee Davies), Of 25, Ludlow St., Caerphilly, Glam. Born At Porth, Glam.
Young Reginald John 21 04/02/1918 Fourth Engineer Officer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William John And Elizabeth Hannah Young, Of 25, Ludlow St., Caerphilly, Glam. Born At Porth, Glam.

Treverbyn

Treverbyn was a 4,163 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1910 by J. Readhead & Sons Ltd. for Hain Steamship Co. Ltd. and managed by E. Hain & Son. She sank on 3 September 1917 after striking a mine laid by German submarine U-75 approximately 2 nautical miles East-South-East of Ushinish Lighthouse, South Uist, Outer Hebrides. She was en route from Narvik to Manchester with a cargo of iron ore.

According to Charles Hocking [35]:

The steamship Treverbyn from North Russia to Manchester with iron ore, struck a mine two miles E.S.E of Ushinish Lighthouse on the night of September 3rd, 1917 and sank in a few minutes, The explosion was witnessed by the Ushininish lighthouse keeper who sent a messadnger to summon help. A fishing boat went to the scene and picked up seven survivors. Twenty-seven men including the captain were killed.
Treverbyn
Treverbyn

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Anderson John William 49 03/09/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Robert And Elizabeth Anderson; Husband Of Elizabeth Anderson (Nee Brown), Of 25, Roker Avenue, Sunderland. Born At Monkwearmouth.
Bell Samuel Howard 32 03/09/1917 First Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Samuel And Sarah Bell; Husband Of Mary Maddick Bell (Nee Giles), Of May House Furzeham, Brixham, Devon. Born At Brixham.
Cavaghan John Jordan 46 03/09/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Thomas Ray And Mary Ann Cavaghan; Husband Of Jemima Mary Cavaghan (Nee Irving), Of Dove Cottage, Esk St., Silloth, Cumberland. Born At Carlisle.
Chisell Richard 03/09/1917 Master Tower Hill Memorial
Cooke Randolph 36 03/09/1917 Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Richard And Isabella Cooke; Husband Of Helina Cooke (Nee Ross), Of 7, Slateford Rd., Edinburgh. Born At Newton Stewart.
Darley Eric 17 03/09/1917 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Harry And Mary Darley, Of 73, Green St., Hawthorn Avenue, Hull.
Garf M 43 03/09/1917 Carpenter Tower Hill Memorial Born At Pernau.
Getz G 23 03/09/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Riga.
Giles George Arthur 45 03/09/1917 First Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Mrs. Giles, Of 73, Elm St., Cardiff. Born At Pontypridd.
Glen Daniel 45 03/09/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late George And Isabel Glen; Husband Of Susannah Glen (Nee Frazer), Of 38, William St., South Shields. Born At Wallsend.
Gumbs Joseph 33 03/09/1917 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Jamaica.
Johansson Emil 25 03/09/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Stockholm.
Keane John 35 03/09/1917 Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son of Patrick Keane; brother of Thomas Keane, of 3, Bank Place, Limerick. Mr. Keane was a member of the Royal Naval Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 23 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Kruhse John 44 03/09/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Courland.
Leggett Samuel 25 03/09/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late David And Elizabeth Leggett. Born At Belfast.
McCullow Peter 43 03/09/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Patrick And Hannah McCullow; Husband Of Mary Ann McCullow (Nee Tierney), Of 23, Back Mill St., South Shields. Born At South Shields.
McLaren John 31 03/09/1917 Second Cook Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Rebecca And The Late: Thomas McLaren; Husband Of Mary Jane McLaren (Nee Pack), Of 15, Cromer St., Middlesbrough. Born At North Ormesby.
Odgers Albert 25 03/09/1917 Fourth Engineer Officer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Henry And Mary Odgers. Born At Biscovey, St. Austell, Cornwall.
Purvis James 25 03/09/1917 Cook Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Francis And The Late James Purvis; Husband Of Sarah Ann Purvis (Nee Pearce), Of 23, Cleveland Place, South Shields. Born At South Shields.
Reison Ernest 40 03/09/1917 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial Born At Riga, Latvia.
Robins Henry John 24 03/09/1917 Second Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Hannah Robins And The Late David James Robins; Husband Of Myra Robins (Nee Worthington), Of 47, Stockland St., Grange, Cardiff. Born At Dinas Powis, Glam.
Rowe Harry Williams 25 03/09/1917 Third Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Elizabeth Rowe, Of 21, Bosorne St., St. Just, Cornwall, And The Late John Rowe. Born At St. Just, Cornwall.
Shaw Leonard Bruce 19 03/09/1917 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Sarah Shaw (Nee Arrowsmith), Of 65, Knighton Rd., Plymouth. Born At Coventry.
Soppitt J 55 03/09/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Newcastle.
Stephenson Herbert Rowe 34 03/09/1917 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of A. Stephenson, Of Rita Cottage, Beckenham Avenue, East Boldon, Newcastle-On-Tyne. Born At Port Mulgrave.
Temlett Frederick E. 16 03/09/1917 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Frederick Edward And Adelaide Fokes Smith Temlett (Nee Brown), Of 28, Neath Rd., Plymouth.
Van Tichelt Franck 32 03/09/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Mr. And Mrs. Van Tichelt. Born At Antwerp, Belgium.

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