Crew Pre 241141

A – H
I – Z

A

  • Archer, F    Served May 24 – Jan 26 and May 27 – Sep 29
  • Archer, JL    Able Seaman – left 01/04/41
  • Ascoli, H    Lt RNVR – left Oct or Nov 1941

B

  • Beresford, L    Communicator – left 21/11/41
  • Beveridge, R    Lieutenant – left 21/11/41
  • Brannan, W    Painter 4th Class
  • Brodrick, PA    Ship’s Cook – Killed 16 May 1940
  • Brown, G    Officers Steward – Served 1925-1929
  • Bullock, Leonard    ERA4 – June 1924 – July 1926

C

  • Cram, K    Ord Signalman, died of malaria – 8th July 1941
  • Cullen, G    Acting Leading Stoker 15/03/1932 – 18/01/1935
  • Cummins, George (later) Lt-Cmndr, served (probably) in the 1920s

D

  • Davies, J.C    Pay Sub Lt, Joined 20th August 1941 but had moved on before last sailing on 21st Nov
  • Doyle, P    Unknown – served 22/6/38 – 13/02/39
  • Drummond, E    Commander (E) – served April to June 1937

E

  • Edwards, EL  SBA
  • Embury, C    Served Oct 38 – April 39

F

  • Fisher, H    Colour Sgt (RM) – Died 29 June 1940

G

  • Gee, A    Able Seaman 26 May 1932 – 18 Jan 1935
  • Gosling, LV    Unknown
  • Gaines, AG    Boy – served 29 July 39 – 18 Dec 39

H

J

L

  • Laland, R    Boy 1937-1938
  • Lambe, CE    Captain, left Dunedin Oct 1940
  • Loft, LS Served for about one year; transferred just before Dunedin’s last voyage
M
  • Mantell, K    Midshipman, left Dunedin Sep 1941
  • Martin,    Captain 1932 (b1888, d1942)
  • Miller, P    Ldg Torpedo Operator, left Dunedin in Glasgow
  • Muckersie, R    Boy 1st class, Died 10/09/39, Dunedin’s first wartime casualty

N

P

S

  • Scott, Albert William, died of cholera, buried 1933 in Gibraltar
  • Simmons, Noel George    served 3 June 1924 – 28 August 1925
  • Snowball, JD    Able Seaman, served 7 August 1939 – 26 October 1940
  • Sullivan, H    Royal Marine Band, served 25 Aug 1939 – 23 Aug 1940

T

  • Trenbath, John Robert Henry, Telegraphist, 10 May 1924 – 11 September 1928
  • Thornton, EC    temporary Captain (and DSC) between Lambe and Lovatt

U

  • Unwin, William    served 25th August – 6th November 1939

In memory of HMS Dunedin and her Men