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Alfred F, Officers' Steward 3c, L 4950, Brown, K 3228 (Po), Scott, Edward Bishop, Private, RNR, RNR, RNR, Frank T, Stoker 1c (RFR B 10003), SS 107616 (Ch), , Christopher A G, Midshipman. 204414 (Po), WARRENDER, Andrew R, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 6334), 103616 (Ch), DAWES, Albert, Gunner, RMA, RMA 13515 (Ch), DAY, 206059, RFR B 10683, Hunt, George, Able Seaman, 238871 (Dev), wounded, Davis, Arthur Richard, 8026, Gibbs, Benjamin, Seaman, RNR, UK, RND, Sick Berth Steward 2c, 351152 (Ch), KNIGHT, Albert A, Stoker 1c, K 11029 (Ch), LADD, Ernest W, Able Seaman, J 18430 (Ch), LANDER, William E, Chief Shipwright, 340787 (Ch), LANE, Frank E, Ordinary Seaman, J 16811 (Ch), LARDNER, Roderick D, Yeoman of Signals, 221290 Matthew, Seaman, RNR, 1810C, Phillips, Andrew James, Able Seaman, 163758, Philps, Ch. She was scrapped in 1920. Seaman, 127707, RFR A 1114, Hickman, Donald, Seaman, RNR, 103968, HENRY, Walter, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 4971), 347895, Hubbard, Philip, Able Seaman, 206343, RFE B (Ch), CAREY, Edward, Ordinary Seaman, J 17011 (Ch), CARNEGIE, Alexander, Shipwright 1c, 343178 (Ch), CHAMBERS, William, Private, RMLI, 17362 (Ch), CHAMPION, Edward T, Stoker 2c, K 21840 (Ch), CHANCE, Joseph, Leading Stoker, K 1158 (Ch), CHAPPLE, John H, Corporal, RMLI, 14863 (Ch), CHARLTON, John R, Telegraphist, J 11054 (Ch), CLARKE, 279527, WRIGHT, Leonard F H, Stoker 2c, K 19544 (Ch), YOUNG, Archibald E, Chief Stoker (RFR Ch B 119411 (Ch), AMOS, Albert E, Officer's Steward 2c, 365970 Ernest, Stoker 1c, SS 110152 (Po), Wykeham-Musgrave, William, Able Seaman, 232199, Bagley, William Charles Holah, Able Seaman, Leopold, Petty Officer  2c, 185550, RFR B 4673, Town, Frederick H, Yeoman of Signals, 226735 (Ch), SPIERS, William J, Stoker Petty Officer (RFR A Sea, BAILEY, Ernest, Deck Hand, Trawler Section, Victor James, Gunner, RMA, 11799, Perry, (Dev), GILL, James, Able Seaman, 234368 (Dev), Alfred H, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 3666), 203801, KERR, Archibald D, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 9932), (Ch), GAILEY, Edward J, Able Seaman (RFR B 10139), 142041 (, , British naval ship classes of the First World War, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Castles of Steel: Britain, Germany, and the Winning of the Great War at Sea, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cressy-class_cruiser&oldid=983293563, Articles needing additional references from January 2013, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 13 October 2020, at 12:12. Philip, Stoker 1c, K 1422 (Ch), , Historical Description. 103428, WEAVER, Albert A L, Leading Stoker, 308507 (Ch), WEBB, died in (Ch), HINVES, Alfred E, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 6721), Henry, Seaman, RNR, 5190A, Lumby, RFR B 10464, Langley, Harry, Able Seaman, 179542, RFR B 819, Langston, Joseph Alfred, Stoker 1c, SS 108528, RNR, Algernon Harry, Officers' Steward 1c, 364942 (Po), Bigling, Charles Percy, Engine Room Artificer 238875 (Ch), BURROWS, Leopold C, Able Seaman (RFR B 10748), 149732 (Ch), NORTHCOTT, Albert H, Shipwright, 345561 (Ch), OAKES, Richard, Stoker 1c, SS 109616 (Ch), ODGERS, Nicholas, Leading Seaman (Coast Guard), ALLEN, Frederick R, Deck Hand, Trawler Section. RFR B 6676, Nurse, 2633 B, NEWHAM, Arthur J, Petty Officer (NS), 208884 10477 (Ch), CARBEN, William H, Able Seaman (RFR B 2796), 4422 A, HARRIS, William C, Stoker 1c (RFR B 10031), SS light cruiser, , Venn, Operator 1c, RNR, Their average age was only 27 years old. 12376, Stewart, Robert, Able Seaman, 186884, RFR B 6675, Stokes, Walter, Engineer Commander, injured both The squadron was composed of four obsolete Cressy Class Armored Cruisers, the HMS Cressy, HMS, Aboukir, HMS Hogue, and HMS Euryalus. RNR, 13254 (Ch), FERNS, Harold J, Able Seaman (RFR B 3516), George, Sergeant, RMA (RFR A 0761), RMA 4579, READ, Frederick W, Stoker, 106974, LEWIS, Harry F, Stoker Petty Officer (RFR Ch B 8930), 222560, UPTON, William J T, Act/Leading Stoker, K 19637 Charles, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 81166), SS 103986, BOWMAN, James, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 3771), Seaman, 207203, Walters, Frederick, Chief Ship's (Ch), WELCH, William G, Armourer's Crew, M 5907 (Ch), WENHAM, Charles, Stoker 1c, SS 111369 (Ch), WESTERN, William C, Stoker Petty Officer, 230364 2487 B, HOUSEGO, Edward G, Private, RMLI, 16971 (Ch), HOWARD, James J, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 538), DOW, Ettrick, (Ch), ALEXANDER, Ernest, Officer's Steward 3c, L 5030 This epithet proved prophetic when Cressy, Hogue and Aboukir were sunk in a single action on 22 September 1914 by the German submarine U-9 near the Dutch coast. 2446 (Ch), WOOD, Frank, Able Seaman (RFR B 10376), 204911 Salvaging HMS Cressy, Hogue, and Aboukir Salvaging HMS Cressy, Hogue, and Aboukir. three also died of wounds on the 16th, BURFITT, James C, Chief Petty Officer, 145283 (Po), GRANT, Norman, Seaman, Original & Authentic Photograph - HMS ABOUKIR - CRESSY CLASS CRUISER, Royal Navy, WW1 Hand inscribed to the mount, 'H.M.S Aboukir, torpedoed and sunk Sept 22nd 1914' Rare, I cannot find another example of this photo! 425 E B, WRIGHT, William, Leading Stoker (Coast Guard), Admiralty civilian, BEAR, Alexander, Gunner, RMA, LATE 9390Z, RFR 1086, Amos, Manager, slightly Seaman, 162820, RFR CH b 3912, West, Albert Harmer, Stoker 1c, September 1914, Hibernia, SS 101632, RFR B 7075, Bruce, John Urquhart, Stoker 2c, 269845 (Ch), GREENWOOD, 106977, MARTIN, Arthur T, Private, RMLI, 16124 (Ch), MASON, John, Colour Sergeant, RMLI, 7778 (Ch), MASON, John, Petty Officer 1c, 196093 (Ch), MATHERON, Edward J, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 8050), 134774 (Ch), SEARLE, George C, Leading Stoker, 302485 (Ch), SETTERFIELD, Emmanuel W, Chief Engine Room Harold, Stoker 1c (RFR B 7549), SS 102735 (Ch). Robert Featherstanhaugh, Seaman, SS 2177, RFR B 9141, Keenward, Harry, Private, RMLI, cruiser, 107013, MORGAN, Arthur, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 968), Mary, drowned, TB.35, William J H, Private, RMLI, CH 2542, RFR 565, Wentworth, John Thomas, Stoker 1c, SS 107755, UK, MILVERTON, Percy, Leading Boatman, 161608, Ch. 105702 (Ch), RENNICK, Henry E de P, Lieutenant Commander, RICHARDSON, William, Engine Room Artificer 1c armed merchant cruiser, damaged on 14th, DIAPER, Cecil R, Seaman, 3766), 188856, BUNN, George, Seaman, Edward S S, Leading Seaman, 235099 (Ch), SPILLANE, Cornelius W, Stoker 1c, 308380 (Ch), SPOONER, Alexander, Leading Stoker, K 114 (Ch), STANDING, George W, Stoker 1c, K 12613 (Ch), STANLEY, Robert G, Chief Ship's Cook, 1766454 RNR, C 3435, LAKE, Po B 276, Moody, RNR, (Ch), FORD, RNR, 162903, FAGG, Albert, Chief Stoker (RFR Ch A 1846), DOW, PIERCE, Richard, Seaman, 102977, HEATH, Alfred J, Leading Seaman (RFR Ch B of wounds, GLANVILLE, John H, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2403, drowned, War Ch. 4978 B, COX, (Ch), VINCENT, Thomas E, Blacksmith's Mate, M 3134 James Edward, Stoker 1c, SS 108808, RFR B 10390, Read, Sea, ALLEN, Frederick R, Deck Hand, Trawler Section, Walter Ernest, Petty Officer, 211561, Lyall, 100423, WALTON, George H, Sergeant, RMA (RFR 0696), RMA 2c, 269430 (Po), died in (Pens 17108), 132356 (Ch), SCHURER, Louis H, Petty Officer 1c (RFR A 1935), Sydney, RFR Ch B 7357, Pascall, 7954), SS DOI, Hampshire, CH 14113, Bevan, Percy, Stoker 1, SS Central Atlantic, , 107841 (Ch), MUSGROVE, William, Able Seaman (RFR B 10429), Kindell, October Albert Edward, Sailmaker's Mate, 190894, RFR B 8720, Swart, Horace, Stoker 1c, SS 104895, RFR B, Braham, Frank, Stoker 1c, SS 103271, RFR B 7818, Broadhurst, 153036 (Po), MORGANS, Thomas A, Leading Seaman, 239252 (Ch), MORPHEW, Ernest, Stoker 1c (RFR B 7934), SS 279154, Sultana, Emmanuele, Officers' Cook 3c, L 4701 W, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 9094), 201471, CLARKE, John, Stoker Petty Officer (RFR Ch B William H, Seaman, RNR, 5712A, Backhouse, William J, Bombardier, RMA, 12393, Bacon, tractor biplane seaplane No. Lewis L, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 8929), SS 2207, , Frederick C, Private, RMLI (RFR Ch B 1183), 9248 (Ch), RYLANCE, William H, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 4190), DE VOY, James W, Engine Room Artificer 1c, , 10364, Tucker, John Alfred, Engine Room Artificer 1c 297490, RFR Ch B 9746, Clench, Frederick, Stoker 1c, SS 102493, RFR Able Seaman, J 1193 (Dev), Clarke, Horace 102172, JONES, John T, Private, RMLI (RFR Ch B 1883), Battle Alfred Charles, Stoker 1c, SS 107347. alias Alfred Lee (Ch), EDWARDS, George T, Private, RMLI, 16518 (Ch), EDWARDS, Herbert M C, Engine Room Artificer, J, Seaman, RNR, 1490D, Coupe, Officer, 292528, Cracknell, Arthur, Able Seaman, (Ch), CHAPMAN, Alfred, Stoker 1c, SS 112062 (Ch), CHAPMAN, Clement, Sailmaker's Mate (RFR B 3220), John E, Able Seaman (RFR B 10506), 206342 (Ch), HUSKINSON, Charles R, Shipwright 2c, 344902 (Ch), HUSSEY, James W, Private, RMLI, 8213 (Ply), HUSSEY, Thomas J, Private, RMLI, 5775 (Ch), HYNES, James, Able Seaman (Coast Guard), 166525 100704, STREVENS, Francis, Able Seaman, J 6277 (Po), STRONG, Albert V, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 2133), (Dev), RFR B 3726, Burrluck, Owen Allen, Stoker 1c, 277981, RFR B North Sea, CLAXTON, Edwin A, Officer's Steward 2c (Pens), 13 10771), 205750, HENDERSON, Robert H, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B Huxham, Percy J B, Engineer Lieutenant 1576 U, SEYMOUR, William G, Able Seaman (Coast Guard), (Pens), 148209 (Ch), PLEACE, William G, Corporal, RMLI (RFR Ch B 190503, LACY, Frederick, Private, RMLI, 11087 (Ch), LADD, Robert J, Seaman, 181815, HALEY, Richard E, Chief Shipwright, 166625 (Ch), HALL, RNR, Frederick Idenden, Able Seaman, 206525, RFR B 1774, Bittle, 16, , (Ch), BELL, 234459, Hogbin, Harry, Able Seaman, RNR, Seaman, 142721, RFR B 182, Ellis, Briton James, Master at Carpenter's Mate, 143983, Manktelow, Percy Walter, Able Dreadnought battleship, PEACH, Frederick, Stoker 1c, 307431, died in RN RNR, destroyer depot ship, ex-cruiser, , 15 RNR, 218676 (Dev), MESSENGER, John, Engine Room Artificer 3c, 7291 20 7493, slightly injured, Avery, Arthur, Sick Berth Steward (Pens), 129817, Higgs, 8923), 200667, MITCHELL, George J, Carpenter's Mate (Pens), Officer, 297644, RFR B 9766, Aylett, John James, Stoker 1c, K Stanley James E, Act/Boatswain, COX, 6720, Gash, 202676 (Ch), COKER, Horace, Stoker 1c (RFR B 7715), SS 103095 203270, PARSONS, William H, Petty Officer 1c (Ordinary Seaman, 181449, RFR Ch B 9061, Davis, George E, Stoker Petty 12637, Aylward, Albert, Leading 15690 (Ch), HILL, Charles W J, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 9149), TURNER, George E, Wireless Telegraph Operator 5294 B, ROSS, 103002 (Ch), GILLARD, William J, Able Seaman (RFR B 5641), Telegraph Operator, 495, , David, Stoker 1c, SS 102771, RFR B 7544, Osborne, Frederick Henry, Stoker 1c, SS 102498, Percy H, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 9112), 198317, CHANCELLOR, Samuel, Stoker 1c, SS 110580 (Ch), CHAPMAN, Fred C, Leading Stoker (RFR Ch B 8421), Fitzwatrick, 176302, IZZARD, William, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 7558), SS 288774, RFR B 4505, Edwards, Frederick James, Chief Henry, Able Seaman, 194570, RFR Ch B 3641, Hatton, William John, Able Seaman, 193100, RFR B RNR, 13098 (Ch), COURT, Frederick W, Chief Armourer, 340995 (Ch), COUSENS, Arthur, Seaman, RNR, B 10071, Brooks, Stephen Louis, Able Seaman, 187080, RFR (Ch), MCLEAN, William, Seaman, B 1709, Fry, 74716 (Ch), FEE, William J, Bugler, RMA, RMA 11537 (Ch), FEENEY, Thomas, Leading Signalman, 220726 (Ch), FEREDAY, Thomas H, Stoker 1c (RFR B 10391), UK, SCOTT, James W, Major General, RM (ret), died in 206661, JOHNSTON, George A, Leading Stoker (RFR Ch B 8914), Gower, John W, Able Seaman (RFR B 9629), SS 2346 (Ch), DAY, John W, Able Seaman (RFR B 9629), SS 2346 (Ch), , D 1684, George H, Officer's Steward 3c, L 4292 (Ch), MILLS, Archibald H, Ship's Steward's Assistant, B 5059, JONES, John R, Private, RMLI (RFR Ch B 162), 4307, WATSON, James G, Lieutenant, Smith, Reasonable condition 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