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  1918-1939 - Casualty Lists of the Royal Navy and Dominion Navies
Researched & compiled by Don Kindell

1922 - in date, ship/unit & name order

HMS Raleigh, 7.5in-armed cruiser, lost 8 August 1922 (Nick Carter, click to enlarge)

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(1) Casualty information in order - Surname, First name, Initial(s), Rank and part of the Service other than RN (RNR, RNVR, RFR etc), Service Number (ratings only, also if Dominion or Indian Navies), (on the books of another ship/shore establishment, O/P – on passage), Fate

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Tuesday, 3 January 1922


Valerian, fleet sweeping sloop

 COOPER, Herbert A S, Leading Seaman, J 2054, died



Wednesday, 4 January 1922


Tiger, battlecruiser

 BUTLER, Frank V, Able Seaman, J 31120, illness


Valerian, fleet sweeping sloop

 SAVILL, Jack H, Able Seaman, SS 9463, accidentally killed



Thursday, 5 January 1922


Curlew, light cruiser

 CHAPMAN, Ernest F, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 7579, illness


Renown, battlecruiser

 WHITING, Walter, Private, RMLI, 118068 (Po), illness



Saturday, 7 January 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 BELSEY, Percy T, Petty Officer, 207845, illness



Tuesday, 10 January 1922


Impregnable, Devonport

 BRAY, William J, Boy 2c, J 103439, illness


Malaya, battleship

 TREADWELL, Joseph T, Able Seaman, J 27654, illness



Wednesday, 11 January 1922


Blenheim, ex-cruiser, destroyer depot ship

 LAWRENCE, Edwin T, Petty Officer, J 15888, drowned


Wivern, destroyer

 HARRISON, George, Leading Seaman, J 19548, illness



Friday, 13 January 1922


Conqueror, battleship

 BEALE, Joseph, Officer's Chief Cook, L 743, illness


Glowworm, river gunboat

 HEADLY, William, Petty Officer, 233067, accidentally killed


Royal Oak, battleship

 BOUNDS, Francis C, Officer's Steward 1c, 357382, illness


Veteran, destroyer

 CURRAN, James J, Able Seaman, J 11215, illness



Saturday, 14 January 1922


Royal Naval Reserve

 KITSON, Roger W B, Midshipman, RNR, accidentally killed


Shakespeare, flotilla leader

 ROWELL, Leonard H, Stoker 1c, SS 124939, accidentally killed



Monday, 16 January 1922


HM Coast Guard

 PITCHER, Charles O, Chief Officer, HMCG, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 MONKCOM, George W L, Commissioned Writer, illness



Tuesday, 17 January 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 BALDWIN, John R, Boy 1c, J 104052, illness



Wednesday, 18 January 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 LEWIS, Harry I, Able Seaman, J 79546, illness



Thursday, 19 January 1922


Veteran, destroyer

 HORSHAM, Sidney, Able Seaman, J 13230, illness


Wivern, destroyer

 SIDLEY, William, Able Seaman, J 10846, illness



Saturday, 21 January 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 HINGSTON, John, Able Seaman, 118541, illness



Sunday, 22 January 1922


Repulse, battlecruiser

 SPURDEN, Charles, Leading Stoker, K 15501, drowned


Vivid, Devonport

 GAME, George F, Regulating Petty Officer, M 36835, illness



Tuesday, 24 January 1922


Lion, battlecruiser

 STONE, Walter, Able Seaman, 183434, illness


Malaya, battleship

 KERSHAW, Cecil, Able Seaman, J 83717, drowned


Mantis, river gunboat

 HODNETT, Herbert, Able Seaman, 218089, illness



Wednesday, 25 January 1922


Benbow, battleship

 WEBB, Edward W, Telegraphist, J 21648, accidentally killed


President, London

 ANSELL, Walter, Boy Servant, L 14039, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 LESSLIE, David G, Leading Telegraphist, J 21679, illness



Thursday, 26 January 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 PEARSON, Magnus S, Seaman, RNR, A 9990, illness



Friday, 27 January 1922


Iron Duke, battleship

 JONES, Leo F F, Able Seaman, J 17672, accidentally killed



Saturday, 28 January 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 TOSH, James C, Boy 1c, J 104186, illness


Vivien, destroyer

 DEIGHTON, Henry, Leading Stoker, 299695, illness


Walpole, destroyer

 COLLINS, Richard H, Able Seaman, J 91136, drowned



Tuesday, 31 January 1922


Royal Oak, battleship

 MAXEY, Lawrence S, Leading Seaman, J 12586, illness


Whitley, destroyer

 DRING, Jack E, Gunner, illness



Wednesday, 1 February 1922


H.42, submarine

 HILLIER, Horace J, Stoker 1c, K 55832, drowned


Vernon, Portsmouth

 BONSOR, George, Chief Petty Officer, 200028, illness



Thursday, 2 February 1922


Caledon, light cruiser

 CAWKWELL, George W, Able Seaman, J 36153, illness


Pandora, submarine depot ship

 BISH, Harold T, Able Seaman, J 104725, drowned


Vivien, destroyer

 PEACOCK, George B, Able Seaman, 215778, illness



Saturday, 4 February 1922


Royal Navy

 FEGAN, Joseph, Commissioned Engineer, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 CHAPMAN, Charles W, Leading Seaman, 236737, illness



Sunday, 5 February 1922


Assistant Naval Attache to Italy, Greece, Rumania, Serb-Croatia-Slovenia

 PEPLOE, Norman B F, Lieutenant, illness


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 RILEY, Wilfred, Boy 2c, J 104129, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 GRIFFITHS, Frederick C E, Able Seaman, J 27007, illness



Tuesday, 7 February 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 WILLIAMS, George, Boatswain, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 WEBSTER, John, Able Seaman, J 43078, illness



Wednesday, 8 February 1922


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 GREEN, Ernest, Private, RMLI, 20866 (Ch), illness



Thursday, 9 February 1922


Emperor of India, battleship

 PECK, Humphrey, Captain, RMA, illness



Monday, 13 February 1922


Valiant, battleship

 CARN-DUFF, Herbert J, Lieutenant, drowned



Tuesday, 14 February 1922


Glorious, light battlecruiser

 PHILLIPS, Bert G, Stoker 1c, K 18519, illness


Indus, Devonport

 EDGINGTON, Frederick J, Ordnance Artificer Apprentice, M 35360, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 SOLOMON, Walter H, Chief Petty Officer, 200412, illness



Wednesday, 15 February 1922


Endeavour, survey ship

 THOMPSON, Stanley E, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 4718, illness


Iron Duke, battleship

 ALLEN, Herbert A, Yeoman of Signals, 221355, illness


Resolution, battleship

 PRICE, Horace H, Ordinary Seaman, SS 10376, illness



Thursday, 16 February 1922


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 JOHNSON, Ethelburt A, Chief Wardmaster, 346516, illness



Friday, 17 February 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 WILLIAMS, Albert J, Able Seaman, J 52287, illness



Saturday, 18 February 1922


Blenheim, ex-cruiser, destroyer depot ship

 HOLMES, Harold, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 270288, illness


Laburnum, fleet sweeping sloop

 COWLING, James F, Stoker 1c, K 23934, drowned



Sunday, 19 February 1922


Dwarf, 1st class gunboat

 ROWBOTHAM, Reginald, Private, RMLI, 17804 (Ch), drowned



Tuesday, 21 February 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 BARKER, William, Chief Petty Officer, 209391, illness



Wednesday, 22 February 1922


Excellent, Portsmouth

 BOTWRIGHT, Tom W, Gunner, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 NEWTON, William H, Petty Officer, J 30575, illness



Saturday, 25 February 1922


Emperor of India, battleship

 BREWETON, Charles T, Stoker 1c, SS 124245, died



Monday, 27 February 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 BURKE, Richard S, Chief Yeoman of Signals, 209562, illness



Tuesday, 28 February 1922


Ramillies, battleship

 LAMB, Edward J, Stoker 1c, K 59104, illness



Friday, 3 March 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 HALE, Hubert, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 270376, illness



Sunday, 5 March 1922


Verity, destroyer

 KING, William J, Able Seaman, J 81400, illness



Wednesday, 8 March 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 SMITH, Charles W, Coastguardsman 3c, 279999, illness



Thursday, 9 March 1922


Erin, battleship

 MCELHERAN, George F, Boy 1c, J 100410, illness


Renown, battlecruiser

 HUXLEY, Arthur G, Engine Room Artificer 1c, 271303, accidentally killed



Saturday, 11 March 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 PERRY, Sidney W, Able Seaman, J 70254, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 DAMEN, Arthur C, Able Seaman, SS 8331, illness



Tuesday, 14 March 1922


Royal Oak, battleship

 MCDONALD, Edward V J, Private, RMLI, 18042 (Ch), died


Scarab, river gunboat

 ENTWISTLE, John G, Victualling Petty Officer, 341795, died



Thursday, 16 March 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 BICKLEY, Frederick H, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 15652, illness



Friday, 17 March 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 PRATT, Arthur C, Musician, RMB, RMB 1172, illness



Sunday, 19 March 1922


Impregnable, Devonport

 BUNGEY, Stewart A, Boy 2c, J 103932, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 REEVE, Tom, Chief Stoker, 222003, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 GITTINGS, Arthur E, Stoker Petty Officer, 307391, illness



Monday, 20 March 1922


Colleen, Queenstown, Ireland

 THOMAS, John E, Private, RMLI, 20396 (Ply), illness



Thursday, 23 March 1922


Curlew, light cruiser

 DIXON, Joseph, Leading Telegraphist, J 22450, illness


H.42, submarine, surfacing and in collision with destroyer Versatile off Europa Point, Gibraltar, lost, no survivors

 ANDERSON, Herbert C, Leading Stoker, K 24252, died

 BARNARD, George L, Stoker 1c, K 29260, died

 BLACKWELL, Arthur W, Chief Engine Room Artificer, 272345, died

 CANT, Athol H, Leading Telegraphist, J 34995, died

 DALE, Samuel G, Boy 1c, J 98338, died

 DAVIS, Montague E, Leading Telegraphist, J 85592, died

 FOOKES, William, Stoker 1c, K 21909, died

 FOWLER, Richard, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 4712, died

 GAMBLEN, Cyril, Leading Seaman, J 15398, died

 HANSFORD, James G, Stoker Petty Officer, 308223, died

 HARRIS, Walter G, Stoker 1c, J 18681, died

 HARVEY, Edward J, Leading Signalman, J 10580, died

 HAZELL, William J, Able Seaman, J 11956, died

 HOOPER, Alwin S, Able Seaman, J 14872, died

 KEARN, George J, Able Seaman, J 15564, died

 MCDONALD, Donald, Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 7995, died

 OSWELL, Thomas M, Lieutenant, died

 PARSONS, George W, Able Seaman, J 1878, died

 PEARCE, William A, Able Seaman, J 17236, died

 PENNY, Ernest, Petty Officer, J 9617, died

 PORCH, Robert E, Petty Officer, J 12072, died

 PORTER, Albert E, Ordinary Seaman, J 98344, died

 PRICE, James C W, Lieutenant, DSC, died

 RICKARD, George H, Able Seaman, J 13668, died

 SEALY, Douglas C, Lieutenant, died

 SMART, Henry J, Stoker 1c, K 18164, died


Titania, submarine depot ship

 MORGAN, Harry, Leading Stoker, K 17310, illness



Sunday, 26 March 1922


Constance, light cruiser

 JOHNS, Edward, Stoker 1c, K 56073, illness



Monday, 27 March 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 QUAYLE, Harold D, Able Seaman, J 83810, illness





Thursday, 30 March 1922


Columbine, Rosyth

 RANN, Charles, Officer's Steward 2c, L 6011, illness



Sunday, 2 April 1922


Admiralty Department of Naval Ordnance

 MCKENZIE, Malcolm A, Lieutenant, illness



Wednesday, 5 April 1922


Crocus, fleet sweeping sloop

 THORNTON, Arthur B, Stoker 1c, SS 122115, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 KITLEY, John, Chief Stoker, 298539, illness





Thursday, 6 April 1922


Westcott, destroyer

 COPKING, Frederick T, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 32342, illness



Monday, 10 April 1922


Ajax, battleship

 WARD, Arthur J, Stoker 1c, SS 122597, accidentally killed


Dolphin, Gosport

 WINSTANLEY, Alfred J G, Engine Room Artificer 3c, M 4807, illness


Titania, submarine depot ship

 ELLIOTT, John C, Able Seaman, J 2534, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 COLE, Ernest G, Able Seaman, J 37271, accidentally killed


Vivid, Devonport

 DONOVAN, John J, Ordinary Seaman, J 102224, illness



Tuesday, 11 April 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 BLAKE, Frank M, Coastguardsman 3c, 178535, illness



Wednesday, 12 April 1922


Defiance, Devonport

 GOSS, Herbert H, Leading Seaman, J 11484, drowned


Eagle, aircraft carrier

 de CAEN, Raymond G F H, Lieutenant Commander, illness



Thursday, 13 April 1922


Royal Naval Reserve

 BLAKELEY, Thomas, Paymaster Lieutenant, RNR, illness



Friday, 14 April 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 BANNISTER, Frank D, Able Seaman, J 61094, illness

 BURGE, Samuel, Able Seaman, J 12020, illness



Saturday, 15 April 1922


Cairo, light cruiser

 ASTLEFORD, Samuel, Stoker 1c, SS 119889, illness


King George V, battleship

 HOOPER, Samuel, Cook, M 34989, drowned

 MATTHEWS, David O, Petty Officer Cook, M 97, drowned



Sunday, 16 April 1922


Colleen, Queenstown, Ireland

 DALEY, John, Coastguardsman 2c, 147025, illness


President, London

 GRIFFITHS, Albert J, Commissioned Shipwright, illness


Royal Oak, battleship

 LONG, Alexander A, Leading Seaman, J 9853, died



Monday, 17 April 1922


Columbine, Rosyth

 SCAIFE, Irving, Stoker 1c, SS 120477, illness



Thursday, 20 April 1922


Fitzroy, minesweeper completed as survey ship

 VINEY, Rolf, Commander, illness



Friday, 21 April 1922


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 ALLAN, James L, Boy 2c, J 103807, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 MOORE, George P, Blacksmith 2c, M 12644, illness


Vivid IV, Falmouth

 DODD, Charles, Petty Officer, 198415, illness



Saturday, 22 April 1922


Durban, light cruiser

 CONNELL, Thomas J, Supply Petty Officer, 310418, drowned



Sunday, 23 April 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 HARVEY, Henry, Coastguardsman 2c, 157954, illness



Monday, 24 April 1922


Erin, battleship

 SHERRY, Francis J, Boy 1c, J 100577, illness


Marlborough, battleship

 HOWELL, George, Boy 1c, J 99576, illness


Tamar, Hong Kong

 NIXON, John, Gunner, RMA, RMA 9841, illness



Tuesday, 25 April 1922


Southampton II, RN Base, Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

 TEE, Thomas G, Able Seaman, J 29582, illness



Wednesday, 26 April 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 PAY, James A J, Leading Boatman, 202680, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 BEER, William A, Petty Officer, 208197, illness



Friday, 28 April 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 WINTER, Albert, Able Seaman, 194988, illness



Monday, 1 May 1922


Excellent, Portsmouth

 GILBERT, Frederick J, Stoker Petty Officer, 305652, drowned


Royal Naval Reserve

 KELLY, Lionel M, Lieutenant, RNR, illness


Vernon, Portsmouth

 MILLER, John, Leading Seaman, J 13442, accidentally killed



Tuesday, 2 May 1922


Dolphin, Gosport

 HALL, Charles F, Stoker 1c, K 55015, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 MAHONY, John, Blacksmith, 340008, illness



Wednesday, 3 May 1922


Marlborough, battleship

 WRIGHT, John R, Able Seaman, J 93615, accidentally killed



Friday, 5 May 1922


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 ATHROLL, Francis H, Boy 1c, J 101827, illness



Sunday, 7 May 1922


Caroline, light cruiser

 CAMPBELL, George H, Supply Petty Officer, 306297, died



Thursday, 11 May 1922


Tenacious, destroyer

 LIBBY, John F, Stoker 1c, K 46174, accidentally killed



Friday, 12 May 1922


Marlborough, battleship

 ROBINSON, Leonard, Ordinary Seaman, SS 10758, accidentally killed


Victory III, Portsmouth

 DENYER, Leonard G, Officer's Steward 2c, L 8260, died



Sunday, 14 May 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 CHILTON, Thomas E, Stoker 1c, K 58237, illness



Tuesday, 16 May 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 THRING, Harry L, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 849, accidentally killed



Thursday, 18 May 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 SIMPKINS, Leslie C, Ordinary Seaman, J 74969, illness



Sunday, 21 May 1922


 Victory, Portsmouth

 VALENTINE, Victor E D, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, illness



Monday, 22 May 1922


Cairo, light cruiser

 MAHONY, Thomas S, Stoker 1c, K 22564, drowned



Tuesday, 23 May 1922


P.40, patrol boat

 TANNER, William H E, Able Seaman, 206524, illness



Tuesday, 30 May 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 BIGNELL, Alfred J, Able Seaman, J 27918, accidentally killed



Thursday, 1 June 1922


Egmont, Malta

 MALLIA, Guiseppe, Able Seaman, J 81541, illness


Weymouth, 2nd class cruiser

 HOWE, Ernest S R, Boy 1c, J 101273, illness



Saturday, June 3 1922


President, London

 JOHNSON, Josephus, Boy Servant, L 13750, illness


Queen Elizabeth, battleship

 FOWLER, Charles L, Able Seaman, J 21027, illness



Tuesday, 6 June 1922


Tamar, Hong Kong

 WEBBER, Frederick E, Leading Telegraphist, J 27488, accidentally killed



Wednesday, 7 June 1922


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 BLOOM, Reginald W, Boy 2c, J 105271, illness



Thursday, 8 June 1922


Royal Naval Reserve

 BAIN, James, Honorary Engineer Commander, RNR, illness



Friday, 9 June 1922


Malaya, battleship

 BARLOW, William, Plumber 1c, 345350, died


Pembroke, Chatham

 BRAGG, Edward C, Sick Berth Attendant, M 35459, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 HEATH, Ernest S, Petty Officer, 239570, accidentally killed



Saturday, 10 June 1922


Queen Elizabeth, battleship

 BUTLIN, Edward S R, Lieutenant, illness


Royal Navy

 BUTLIN, Edward S R, Lieutenant, illness



Sunday, 11 June 1922


Ambrose, submarine depot ship

 HUGHES, Robert, Ordinary Seaman, J 99237, illness


Benbow, battleship

 HALL, Sidney R, Able Seaman, J 14076, illness


Carysfort, light cruiser

 ROBINS, Leo V W, Ordinary Seaman, J 104408, drowned



Monday, 12 June 1922


Blue Sky, Admiralty drifter, tender to battleship Queen Elizabeth, foundered off Thames Estuary, lost (deaths recorded on the 13th)

 BREWER, William E, Telegraphist, J 41903, died

 CATOR, Richard B, Midshipman, died

 DOWNS, George, Stoker 1c, SS 125714, died

 DUNDAS, David, Midshipman, died

 GAGE, Walter, Leading Stoker, K 10712, died

 GILCREST, John, Stoker 1c, K 58766, died

 GREGSON, John R, Assistant Mechanician, K 31502, died

 HARROLD, Arthur S C, Able Seaman, J 65203, died

 JENNINGS, Francis C H, Lieutenant, died

 KIRK, Henry, Able Seaman, J 16149, died

 LEECH, William D, Able Seaman, J 5899, died

 NICHOLAS, Adolphus C J, Able Seaman, J 33795, died

 SMITH, William, Stoker 1c, SS 125760, died

 STEVENS, Frank R, Signalman, J 88422, died

 WALKER, Robert H, Leading Seaman, 238522, died


Espiegle, sloop

 MEREFIELD, William V, Able Seaman, 226574, illness


Impregnable, Devonport

 BUTCHER, Henry J, Boy 2c, J 103454, drowned



Thursday, 15 June 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 GOURD, William A, Leading Stoker, K 23868, illness



Monday, 19 June 1922


Maidstone, submarine depot ship

 SKEA, Patrick, Stoker 1c, K 754, illness



Wednesday, 21 June 1922


Hong Kong Dockyard. illness

 GREGORY, Reginald, Lieutenant Commander, illness



Friday, 23 June 1922


Ramillies, battleship

 JAMES, Robert P, Officer's Steward 4c, L 13416, illness



Saturday, 24 June 1922


Iron Duke, battleship

 FOSTER, Victor F, Signalman, J 71403, drowned


Pembroke, Chatham

 BRYAN, Francis, Stoker 1c, K 37201, illness



Tuesday, 4 July 1922


ML.291, Rhine Patrol Flotilla

 STEVENS, George H, Leading Stoker, K 19708, drowned



Wednesday, 5 July 1922


Columbine, Rosyth

 TUSLER, Thomas, Petty Officer, J 24729, drowned


Foxglove, fleet sweeping sloop

 KNIGHT, John A, Leading Stoker, K 20738, drowned



Thursday, 6 July 1922


Titania, submarine depot ship

 REDGWELL, Harry, Stoker Petty Officer, K 13586, died from heat stroke



Friday, 7 July 1922


Widgeon, river gunboat

 OUGH, George H, Able Seaman, 234417, drowned



Sunday, 9 July 1922


Excellent, Portsmouth

 STONER, Archibald M, Petty Officer, J 14922, illness



Tuesday, 11 July 1922


L.8, submarine

 PONSONBY, Patrick S J, Lieutenant, illness



Thursday, 13 July 1922


Vivid, Devonport

 HARRIS, Arthur, Leading Stoker, K 15653, illness



Friday, 14 July 1922


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 BRYAN, William C, Boy 1c, J 103997, illness



Saturday, 15 July 1922


Penguin, ex-cruiser, depot ship, Sydney, Australia

 WHYMARK, Alfred, Petty Officer, 190755, illness



Sunday, 16 July 1922


Blenheim, ex-cruiser, destroyer depot ship

 HAMMELL, Joseph, Petty Officer, 204818, illness



Monday, 17 July 1922


Renown, battlecruiser

 AYTON, Alfred, Petty Officer, J 4029, illness



Tuesday, 18 July 1922


Diligence, Scapa Flow

 FYSH, Alfred J, Gunner, illness



Wednesday, 19 July 1922


Impregnable, Devonport

 WALLIS, James G, Surgeon Commander, illness


Vortigern, destroyer

 ROBINSON, Hubert C, Able Seaman, J 32860, drowned



Thursday, 20 July 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 SMITH, Charles, Mechanician, 303360, illness



Saturday, 22 July 1922


Dido, ex-cruiser, destroyer depot ship

 PIPER, Frederick, Able Seaman, J 27625, illness


Royal Navy

 DUMARESQ, John S, Rear Admiral, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 SHEPPARD, Stanley H, 2nd Writer, M 27905, illness



Sunday, 23 July 1922


Iron Duke, battleship

 MAYNARD, Gilbert J, Able Seaman, J 52901, drowned


Crocus, fleet sweeping sloop

 DE SOUZA, Gaetano A, Officer's Steward 1c, 157258, drowned


Espiegle, sloop

 FORD, Arthur J, Leading Stoker, K 973, illness


Sorceress, destroyer

 HILLIARD, William G, Chief Stoker, 299354, illness



Wednesday, 26 July 1922


Repulse, battlecruiser

 CHAPMAN, Ernest, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 7355, illness



Thursday, 27 July 1922


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 SYDENHAM, Ernest W, Boy 1c, J 104367, drowned



Friday, 28 July 1922


Royal Navy

 WILLSON, Andrew C E C, Lieutenant, illness



Saturday, 29 July 1922


Defiance, Devonport

 EDGECOMBE, Sydney W V, Able Seaman, J 5382, illness



Sunday, 30 July 1922


Cordelia, light cruiser

 BOARDMAN, Richard H, Leading Seaman, 217196, accidentally killed


Delhi, light cruiser

 FOSTER, Ernest C, Able Seaman, J 48676, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 RIDGE, Samuel J, Boatman, J 42243, illness



Monday, 31 July 1922


Centurion, battleship

 HOWELL, George H, Able Seaman, J 11297, illness



Tuesday, 1 August 1922


Vindictive, cruiser/seaplane carrier

 HUDSON, John A, Engineer Commander, illness



Friday, 4 August 1922


Benbow, battleship

 DEACON, William, Able Seaman, SS 9734, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 DOUGLAS, Edward, Coastguardsman 3c, 181487, illness



Saturday, 5 August 1922


Tomahawk, destroyer

 IRVEN, Herbert, Chief Stoker, 308877, illness



Tuesday, 8 August 1922



Raleigh, cruiser, ran aground and wrecked, Point Amour, Fortreau Bay, Labrador, Canada, lost (above - Nick Carter). For a midshipman’s diary written the same day and immediately after the wreck of the ship, see

 BASHFORD, Herbert, Stoker 1c, SS 123275, died

 EFFARD, Edward P, Stoker Petty Officer, 303078, died

 FIELD, Silas, Stoker 1c, K 59500, died

 FISHER, George, Stoker 1c, SS 120369, died

 LLOYD, John E, Stoker Petty Officer, 306551, died

 PETTET, Pat, Able Seaman, J 42323, died

 SOWDEN, William J, Leading Stoker, K 20564, died

 THORNHILL, George M, Stoker 1c, SS 122759, died

 TRIPP, Sydney G, Leading Stoker, K 14053, died

 TYLER, Reuben, Leading Stoker, K 18030, died

 WEAVER, James, Able Seaman, 213937, died

 WHITTON, William R, Able Seaman, J 34371, died



Thursday, 10 August 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 SHAW, George W, Coastguardsman 3c, 278674, illness



Saturday, 12 August 1922


Centurion, battleship

 DASH, Percy D T, Chief Petty Officer Cook, 351548, illness


Dublin, 2nd class cruiser

 ANDERSON, James, Leading Stoker, K 9274, illness



Sunday, 13 August 1922


Marlborough, battleship

 TUNNICLIFF, Herbert, Able Seaman, J 32051, accidentally killed


Pembroke, Chatham

 MCSHANE, James, Stoker 1c, K 55302, illness



Tuesday, 15 August 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 ISAACS, George J, Officer's Cook 2c, L 5485, illness



Thursday, 17 August 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 LUSCOMBE, James F, Coastguardsman 3c, 180480, illness



Tuesday, 22 August 1922


Argus, aircraft carrier

 GRUBB, Ernest G, Leading Seaman, 234683, illness


Durban, light cruiser

 MORLEY, Rowland C, Able Seaman, J 86911, illness


Hood, battlecruiser

 FIELD, Alfred G, Boy 1c, J 96703, drowned


Victory, Portsmouth

 DAVEY, Thomas G, Stoker Petty Officer, 302099, illness



Wednesday, 23 August 1922


Ambrose, submarine depot ship

 LEAH, George, Able Seaman, SS 8177, drowned



Thursday, 24 August 1922


Danae, light cruiser

 BOWELL, Ernest W, Leading Seaman, J 30334, illness



Monday, 28 August 1922


Durban, light cruiser

 HUGHES, Arthur F, Stoker 1c, K 56690, illness



Wednesday, 30 August 1922


Benbow, battleship

 BERRY, Robert E, Telegraphist, J 89337, illness



Tuesday, 5 September 1922


Vanquisher, destroyer

 SERCOMBE, William H, Able Seaman, J 1271, illness



Wednesday, 6 September 1922


Tamar, Hong Kong

 MAY, William C A, Chief Shipwright 2c, 342960, illness



Monday, 11 September 1922


Tamar, Hong Kong

 PREECE, Richard P, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 135, illness



Tuesday, 12 September 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 AYRES, Albert A, Ordinary Seaman, J 96319, illness



Wednesday, 13 September 1922


Barham, battleship

 SPALDING, Leonard C, Boy 1c, J 101839, illness



Thursday, 14 September 1922


Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht

 BACON, William, Petty Officer, 219887, illness



Thursday, 21 September 1922


Capetown, light cruiser

 LINEHAM, John J, Stoker 1c, K 20284, drowned



Saturday, 23 September 1922


Concord, light cruiser

 COLLIER, Augustus H N, Leading Seaman, J 26855, accidentally killed


Indus, Devonport

 HARMAN, George E, Engineer Lieutenant, killed



Sunday, 24 September 1922


Ceres, light cruiser

 GARTON, Bert, Petty Officer, J 24317, drowned


Speedy, destroyer, in collision with merchant ship, Sea of Marmora, Turkey, lost, casualties drowned

 BALLARD, George H, Able Seaman, J 68625, died

 CROUCH, Ernest J, Stoker 1c, SS 122351, died

 GRANT, Walter, Able Seaman, J 25919, died

 HARMON, George E, Engineer Lieutenant, died

 JORDAN, Frederick L A, Able Seaman, J 36608, died

 JUDD, Alfred J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 1833, died

 NEARY, Lawrence, Stoker 1c, K 33841, died

 POVALL, William, Stoker 1c, K 14974, died

 VIVIAN, Leslie T, Able Seaman, J 62748, died

 WHEATLEY, Thomas E, Stoker 1c, K 17736, died



Monday, 25 September 1922


Royal Sovereign, battleship

 HEMP, Bertie G T, Able Seaman, J 30557, accidentally killed



Thursday, 28 September 1922


Conquest, light cruiser

 SMITH, Horace L, Stoker 1c, K 57944, illness


Impregnable, Devonport

 HUGHES, Dick A, Petty Officer, J 11582, drowned



October 1922


Lucia, submarine depot ship, day not listed in record

 SUTTON, Harold, Able Seaman, J 16325, drowned



Sunday, 1 October 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 PHILPOTT, James T, Petty Officer, 234270, illness



Monday, 2 October 1922


Ajax, battleship

 VINCENT, William C, Leading Seaman, 219905, illness



Tuesday, 3 October 1922


Columbine, Rosyth

 CROSS, Herbert, Yeoman of Signals, 232863, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 BATES, John E, Stoker 1c, SS 125141, illness



Wednesday, 4 October 1922


Victoria & Albert, Royal Yacht

 SEYMOUR, Ralph F, Commander, illness



Saturday, 7 October 1922


Cricket, river gunboat

 TAAFE, William H, Chief Petty Officer, 227963, illness, died in Victoria Nursing Home, Shanghai, at 4.0am on 7 October 1922, buried on the 9th in the Bubbling Well Cemetery (Paul Money, Old Weather)


Royal Marines

 WELDON, Bertram de W, Honorary Major, RM, illness



Sunday, 8 October 1922


Royal Navy

 JONES, William J, Commissioned Engineer. ex-Marlborough, illness



Monday, 9 October 1922


Royal Marines HQ

 JUDGE, William J, Corporal, RMLI, 17318 (Ch), ex-Vulcan, illness



Tuesday, 10 October 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 MUNDAY, John W, Leading Boatman, 232149, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 ADAMS, Henry C, Petty Officer, 213543, illness



Thursday, 12 October 1922


Revenge, battleship

 SOUTHALL, Lawrence E, Able Seaman, J 34682, drowned



Saturday, 14 October 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 IZZARD, Cyril R, Telegraphist, J 44080, road accident, killed


Vivid, Devonport

 MANN, William G, Coastguardsman 3c, 9085 (Po), illness



Wednesday, 18 October 1922


Valiant, battleship

 HALLCHURCH, Frank D, Boy 1c, J 103137, illness



Saturday, 21 October 1922


Victory II, RND Training Depot, Crystal Palace, but closed down 1919; either post discharge illness or Victory, Portsmouth

 BECHETT, Charlie, Stoker 1c, K 57475, illness



Sunday, 22 October 1922


Victory I

 WHEATLAND, Reginald G, Able Seaman, J 18817, illness in RN Hospital Haslar



Monday, 23 October 1922


Platypus (RAN), submarine depot ship

 WOOLLARD, Edward R, Able Seaman, J 7042, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 ETHERINGTON, John A G, Officer's Cook 1c, 366011, died



Tuesday, 24 October 1922


Colombo, light cruiser

 PRATT, Stephen J, Stoker Petty Officer, 230458, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 MAREHANT, Reginald W, Able Seaman, J 12395, illness



Wednesday, 25 October 1922


Hawkins, cruiser

 SPRINGETT, George W, Leading Cook, M 5990, illness



Thursday, 26 October 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 CHARLWOOD, Frederick E, Master at Arms, 203311, illness



Friday, 27 October 1922


Ramillies, battleship

 CONDON, William J, Leading Seaman, J 17366, illness



Sunday, 29 October 1922


RM, 11th Battalion

 KING, Albert, Marine, 16262 (Ch), illness, 82nd General Hospital, Turkish National Area



Thursday, 2 November 1922


HM Coast Guard

 SAINSBURY, Walter H, Chief Officer, HMCG (cause of death not listed)



Friday, 3 November 1922


Venturous, destroyer

 ELSWORTHY, Frederick J, Officer's Steward 3c, L 9242, illness



Saturday, 4 November 1922


Clematis, fleet sweeping sloop

 CURTHOYS, Frederick A, Stoker Petty Officer, K 12943, accidentally killed



Monday, 6 November 1922


Clematis, fleet sweeping sloop

 HOLGATE, Harold R, Telegraphist, J 42659, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 STONE, Ernest A, Able Seaman, J 36196, illness



Sunday, 12 November 1922


Lowestoft, 2nd class cruiser

 HENWOOD, Benjamin T, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, 271162, accidentally killed



Tuesday, 14 November 1922


Restless, destroyer

 DONOVAN, Richard C, Stoker Petty Officer, K 12426, illness


Southampton II, RN Base, Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

 JANION, Arthur C A, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, accidentally killed



Wednesday, 15 November 1922


Dublin, 2nd class cruiser

 COLLYER, Albert, Stoker Petty Officer, 311651, illness



Thursday, 16 November 1922


Ramillies, battleship

 HERBERT, Harry, Able Seaman, J 18644, illness



Saturday, 18 November 1922


Royal Navy

 LIVINGSTONE, Campbell W, Paymaster Lieutenant, ex-Southampton, illness



Tuesday, 21 November 1922


Victory, Portsmouth

 MILLER, Francis L, Stoker 2c, K 59873, illness



Wednesday, 22 November 1922


Crocus, fleet sweeping sloop

 BOXALL, Henry R, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 12568, died



Thursday, 23 November 1922


Curacoa, light cruiser

 MCCULLOCH, Robert, Telegraphist, J 90378, illness


Marlborough, battleship

 SEYBURN, David, Telegraphist, J 27892, stabbed and killed



Monday, 27 November 1922


Tumult, destroyer

 TURNER, Timothy, Lieutenant, accidentally killed



Tuesday, 28 November 1922


Dolphin, Gosport

 HOUFE, William L, Signalman, J 50197, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 MORRIS, Sidney, Coastguardsman 2c, 154368, illness



Friday, 1 December 1922


Chatham, 2nd class cruiser

 DORAN, Hugh, Stoker 1c, K 57884, accidentally killed


Marlborough, battleship

 DUNNETT, Herbert C, Stoker 1c, SS 124104, drowned



Monday, 4 December 1922


Dolphin, Gosport

 THOMPSON, William G, Able Seaman, J 25667, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 HILLMAN, Fred, 2nd Writer, M 25676, illness



Thursday, 7 December 1922


Chelmsford, paddle minesweeper

 MOORE, Ronald W, Stoker 1c, K 57902, drowned


Victory, Portsmouth

 BERRY, Arthur C, Able Seaman, J 45637, illness



Friday, 8 December 1922


Tamar, Hong Kong

 FIELD, Harry W, Private, RMLI, 15429 (Ply), died



Saturday, 9 December 1922


Courageous, light battlecruiser

 COOKE, Sidney E, Signalman, J 77474, drowned



Monday, 11 December 1922


Ambrose, submarine depot ship

 GUNN, Edwin H, Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 1547, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 BEAVIS, James T, Stoker 1c, K 19172, illness



Tuesday, 12 December 1922


Royal Marines HQ

 COLLINS, Albert A, Musician, RMLI, 21296 (Po), drowned



Wednesday, 13 December 1922


Exe, destroyer

 HEAD, William R, Boatswain, illness



Friday, 15 December 1922


Pembroke, Chatham

 NIGHTINGALE, Albert H, Able Seaman, J 93827, illness



Sunday, 17 December 1922


Capetown, light cruiser

 OSBORN, George F, Yeoman of Signals, 224043, accidentally killed



Wednesday, 20 December 1922


Iron Duke, battleship

 MITCHELL, Sam W, Electrical Artificer 4c, M 31010, illness



Saturday, 23 December 1922


Revenge, battleship

 SMITH, Reginald, Able Seaman, J 105873, illness



Monday, 25 December 1922


ML.249, motor launch

 JAMES, Arthur G, Stoker 1c, K 58470, died


on to 1923
or return to inter-war casualties, 1918-1939

revised 3/9/11