Act of Re­mem­brance

The Western Star - - Obituaries/Local -

The fol­low­ing is a list of mer­chant mariners, their home­towns and the ships they served on dur­ing the Bat­tle of the At­lantic who were lost in ser­vice dur­ing the Sec­ond World War. They were hon­oured as part of the act of re­mem­brance por­tion of the Mer­chant Navy Me­mo­rial Ser­vice held at the Ma­rine In­sti­tute in St. John’s on Thurs­day:

Home Trade Ves­sels

Brid­get Fitz­patrick, stew­ardess, Bay Roberts – SS Cari­bou

Gor­don Clarke, able sea­man, Port au Basques – SS Liv­ing­stone

Ce­cil Hardi­man, able sea­man, Grand Bank – SS An­gelus

Wal­ter Ka­vanagh, able sea­man, Calvert – Lost off New York

Stan­ley Mayo – sec­ond mate, Burin – SS Lady Hawkins

Ch­es­ley Perry, oiler, Cor­ner Brook – SS Corn­wal­lis

For­eign Trade Ves­sels

Frank An­drews, quar­ter­mas­ter, Port de Grave – SS Nerissa

Howard Blake, able sea­man, North West River – SS Kin Mal­colm

Wil­liam Christo­pher, third en­gi­neer, Port Rex­ton – SS Nereus

Adam Dunn, able sea­man, St. John’s – SS York Town

Har­vey Fowlo, stoker, Trin­ity Bay – SS Queen of Ber­muda

Ralph Picco, able sea­man, Por­tu­gal Cove, SS Em­pire Bi­son

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