Rummery, George Albert

George Albert Rummery

George Albert RummeryGeorge Albert Rummery

Rank: 2nd Class Ship’s Corporal

Ship: HMS Bulwark

Parents: Mr William & Mrs Sarah Rummery

Address: Woodsdale Cottage, Battle Road, Mountfield

Other Info: He died aged 31, along with over 750 other seamen, when HMS Bulwark exploded due to an internal explosion on 26th November 1914. George is remembered at All Saints Church in Mountfield, East Sussex.

Published: December 1914

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Colbran, George F

Colbran

Neville, Colbran, Tidey & ColesColbran

George F Colbran

Rank: Able Seaman

Ship: HMS Bulwark

Father: Mr J Colbran

Brothers: Charles Colbran, T Colbran & J W Colbran

Brothers-in-Law: Frederick H NevilleErnest A NevilleAlbert Edward NevilleSidney C NevilleGeorge F Colbran, & John Henry Tidey & R J Coles

Address: Bulverhythe Road, St Leonards

Other Info: He died aged 31, along with over 750 other seamen, when HMS Bulwark exploded due to an internal explosion on 26th November 1914. He is remembered at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial on Panel 2. According to CWGC George was married to Minnie Kate Colbran and living at ‘Niton’, 8 Spencer Hill, Wimbledon, London.

Published: December 1914

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Plumbridge, William Arthur

Plumbridge, William Arthur - 1214William Arthur Plumbridge

Rank: First Class Boy

Ship: HMS Bulwark

Parents: Mr William & Mrs Esther Plumbridge

Address: Courthouse Street, Hastings

Other Info: William was transferred to HMS Bulwark from HMS Hawke. He died aged 17, along with over 750 other seamen, when HMS Bulwark exploded due to an internal explosion on 26th November 1914. He is remembered at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial on Panel 3.

Published: December 1914

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