HMS Glasgow
Roll of Honour

In memory of those who lost their lives on HMS Glasgow
"Heroes all of them"

Date
Name
Rate
Notes
June 30, 1937
Browne, Charles A.
Captain
Died of illness
Oct. 12, 1937
Jefferies, Archibald J.
Boy 1st Class
Onboard accident
Jan. 4, 1938
McKennan, William D.
Engine Room Artificer
4th Class
Died of illness
Oct. 7, 1938
Farren, Ernest R.
Shipwright 3rd Class
Onboard accident
Dec. 14, 1939
Davey, Allen E.
Petty Officer
Onboard accident
Apr. 9, 1940
German aircraft attack off Bergen, Norway
Burrows, Royston W.
Ordinary Signalman
Died of wounds Apr. 11
Gudger, Arthur
Stoker 2nd Class
Died of wounds Apr. 10
Sizer, Eric W.
Leading Signalman
Apr. 15, 1940
Milligan, Robert N.
Leading Seaman
German air attack off Norway
Apr. 24, 1940
Pitt, Donald A.
Ordinary Seaman
Gun accident onboard
July 17, 1940
Collision in the North Sea with HMS Imogen D-44 off Scotland
Keilty, Leonard
Able Seaman
Lucas, Edmund J. M.
Midshipman
Mansfield, Alfred
Engine Room Artificer
4th Class
Died of wounds Aug. 9
Oct. 18, 1940
Allen, Alfred W.
Able Seaman
Cause of death unknown
Nov. 30, 1940
Tombs, John R.
Marine (Royal Marines)
Cause of death unknown
Dec. 3, 1940
Torpedoed by German aircraft at Souda Bay, Crete
Bragg, Albert H.
Marine (Royal Marines)
Maxted, Geoffrey R. E.
Surgeon Lieutenant
Dec. 20, 1940
Bower, Percy J.
Chief Petty Officer Stoker
Cause of death unknown
Feb. 28, 1941
Kean, John B.
Stoker 2nd Class
Cause of death unknown
June 18, 1941
Chiverton, Basil B.
Boy 1st Class
Died of illness
Nov. 19, 1941
Watts, John J.
Chief Petty Officer
Cause of death unknown
Mar. 30, 1942
Johnson, Alfred
Marine (Royal Marines)
Cause of death unknown
Aug. 24, 1942
Campbell, James S.
Sick Berth Attendant
RN Aux Sick Berth Reserve
Cause of death unknown
Sept. 4, 1942
Tingley, Leonard C.
Able Seaman
Died of illness
Dec. 28, 1943
German glider bomb attack in English Channel
Andrews, Roy W.
Ordnance Mechanic 4th Class
Smith, John
Able Seaman
Jan. 23, 1944
McLeroth, Hope B.
Leading Seaman
On board accident
Jan. 27, 1944
Hutchins, George E.
Chief Stoker
Cause of death unknown
Feb. 3, 1944
Cunningham, Thomas
Petty Officer
Died of illness
Oct. 29, 1944
Sherman, Walter C.
Cook
Cause of death unknown
June 1, 1949
Dawson, William J.
Able Seaman
Cause of death unknown
Jan. 1, 1952
Wymer, Stanley G.
Marine (Royal Marines)
Cause of death unknown
Aug. 28, 1953
Underwood, Gerald L.
Marine (Royal Marines)
Suez Canal action
Sept. 7, 1953
Hill, Frederick A.
Leading Seaman
Suez Canal action
June 16, 1954
Hitchcocks, John S.
Chief Petty Officer
On shore accident, fall


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