HMS Renown (1916)
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28.
Feb. 12, 2017

I have a letter from a Peter C. Rendle Ordinary Seaman who sent the letter to one of my cousins in October 1940. It may be of some use to folk who are wondering what life was like on board at the time. He was an anti aircraft gunner. My relatives whose surnames are Cummings/Cutts and McAdoo in America sent this over and have given permission for it to be used on the site. The letter was found in one of our cousins grandmas photo box, as far as I am aware. It was sent to her sister Florence Ella Cutts. Peter C. Rendle we think and are researching if he is our cousin Peter Critchfield Rendle. We are hoping that a living relative will see it, but we are also tracing them through ancestry work.

Steven Power


27.
Sept. 26, 2015

My grandad was on the Renown during the Second World War. His name was Lesley Liley. He often spoke of his days working with the torpedoes. Would love any information of anyone who remembers him.

Tracey Greenhill


26.
Nov. 11, 2014

My Grandfather "Charlie McCulloch" served on the Renown as a stoker in WWII. This is the only memento I have of him.

Warren McCulloch

 

25.
Aug. 10, 2013

I don't know if you can help me. I believe my father was on HMS Renown some time between 1938-1945, his name was Alexander Clark, able seaman 1st class. He was born on 19.04.1921. It is not much to go on and I would appreciate if you could help or guide me in the right direction to find out more. I have had a enquiry form a man claiming he could be my half brother.

Kindest regards,
Kathy Grainger



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