Brockwell, William James

Brockwell & Beal

Brockwell & Beal

William James Brockwell

Rank: First Class Petty Officer

Ship: HMS Aboukir

Sister-in-Law: Mrs Brockwell

Brother: A Brockwell

Brothers-in-Law: Edgar Beal, J Beal, E Beal, Harry Beal & Albert Beal

Address: Eastbourne

Other Info: Lost his life on HMS Aboukir when it was sunk, along with sister ships HMS Hogue and HMS Cressy, by German submarine U-9 on 22nd September 1914. He was one of 1,459 seamen lost in the incident. William is remembered on the Chatham Naval Memorial, on panel 4.

Published: June 1916

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Baker, Albert William

Baker & Mann

Baker & Mann

Albert William Baker

Rank: Stoker

Ship: HMS Aboukir

Wife: Mrs A W Baker

Brother-in-Law: William Mann

Address: Cut Thorn Cottages, Icklesham

Other Info: Was aboard HMS Aboukir when it was sunk, along with sister ships HMS Hogue and HMS Cressy, by German submarine U-9 on 22nd September 1914. Alber was among 254 survivors from the ship. Name information from this webpage.

Published: September 1915

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Funnell, Thomas Edward

Funnell, T E

Funnell, T EThomas Edward Funnell

Rank: Leading Stoker

Ship: HMS Aboukir

Brother: Mr A Funnell

Address: Wilting Farm Cottages, Hollington

Other Info: Lost his life on HMS Aboukir when it was sunk, along with sister ships HMS Hogue and HMS Cressy, by German submarine U-9 on 22nd September 1914. He was one of 1,459 seamen lost in the incident. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, on panel 4.

Published: December 1914

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Beeching, John

John Beeching

John BeechingJohn Beeching

Rank: Able Seaman

Ship: HMS Aboukir

Father: Mr Will Beeching

Address: Pett

Other Info: Lost his life on HMS Aboukir when it was sunk, along with sister ships HMS Hogue and HMS Cressy, by German submarine U-9 on 22nd September 1914. He was one of 1,459 seamen lost in the incident. He is remembered on the Chatham Naval Memorial, on panel 2.

Published: November 1914

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Burton, James Albert

James Albert Burton

James Albert BurtonJames Albert Burton

Rank: First Class Stoker

Ship: HMS Aboukir

Address: 21 Rock-a-Nore, Hastings

Parents: Mr & Mrs Burton

Other Info: Lost his life on HMS Aboukir when it was sunk, along with sister ships HMS Hogue and HMS Cressy, by German submarine U-9 on 22nd September 1914. He was one of 1,459 seamen lost in the incident. He is remembered on the Chatham Naval Memorial, on panel 4.

Published: October 1914

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