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

1930 - in date, ship/unit & name order

HMS Sepoy, destroyer suffered a depth charge explosion and fatalities,
8 April 1930
(Navy Photos/Paul Simpson, 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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Thursday, 2 January 1930


M.2, submarine

 CHASE, Frederick W, Able Seaman, J 101278, illness



Sunday, 5 January 1930


Cairo, light cruiser

 MASON, Arthur J, Stoker 1C, KX 78370, illness



Friday, 10 January 1930


New Zealand Division of Royal Navy

 HODGES, Albert A, Schoolmaster, illness



Saturday, 11 January 1930


Campbell, flotilla leader

 MEASOM, Ernest, Able Seaman, JX 125478, illness



Sunday, 12 January 1930


St Genny, Admiralty rescue tug, foundered in English Channel approaches, off Ushant, France, 5 survivors (see Lt Charles F Paul RN and loss of HM Tug St Genny)

 BANKS, Harold, Able Seaman, J 32459

 BURREN, Charles H B, Boatswain

 CIVIL, Herbert G, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 804

 COOMBES, Alfred E L, Stoker 1c, KX 76581

 COTTEN, Richard R, Stoker 1c, K 62115

 CROWTHER, James R, Stoker 1c, K 16109

 FRAY, Thomas, Engine Room Artificer 2c, M 34649

 GREEN, Leonard C, Stoker 1c, K 62435

 HEBEL, Frederick J B, Leading Stoker, K 59712

 HOWES, George A, Able Seaman, J 105307

 KELLINGTON, Sydney R, Able Seaman, J 92220

 KEMP, Claud W N, Officer's Steward 2c, L 12749

 KNIGHT, Frederick A, Stoker 1c, K 65419

 LEAN, Philip S, Commissioned Gunner

 MAITLAND, Paul, Able Seaman, J 100943

 PAUL, Charles F, Lieutenant (commanding officer)

 PEPLAR, William H, Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 14878

 PINK, Frederick G, Leading Stoker, K 59106

 PRIEST, Albert J, Officer's Steward 3c, L 14694

 RAVEN, Henry A, Stoker 1c, K 58432

 TITMUS, Sidney S, Able Seaman, J 106605

 WILLIS, John T, Leading Stoker, K 2295

 WILLOUGHBY, Thomas J, Telegraphist, J 48094


Vivid, Devonport

 SMITH, William C, Able Seaman, J 34717, illness



Monday, 13 January 1930


Valentine, destroyer

 AUSTIN, Ronald N, Able Seaman, J 109535, died


Vivid, Devonport

 HARRIS, William P, Boy 1c, JX 130253, illness



Tuesday, 14 January 1930


Glorious, ex-battlecruiser, aircraft carrier

 MITCHELL, Thomas, Able Seaman, JX 126137, killed



Friday, 17 January 1930


Victory, Portsmouth

 CHURCHER, Lionel S, Able Seaman, 200540, illness



Monday, 20 January 1930


Courageous, ex-battlecruiser, aircraft carrier

 POPE, Archibald F C, Marine, 22602 (Po), accidentally killed


Pembroke, Chatham

 SPINNER, James D, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 14605, illness



Thursday, 23 January 1930


Iron Duke, battleship

 SCARLETT, George J H, Corporal, RM, 16605 (Po), illness



Saturday, 25 January 1930


Jamaica, fishing trawler

 PALMER, Henry, Skipper, RNR, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 HANDLEY, Herbert P, Sick Berth Petty Officer, M 294, illness



Monday, 27 January 1930


Victory, Portsmouth

 LISTER, William H, Petty Officer, J 24936, illness



Wednesday, 29 January 1930


Marlborough, battleship

 HODGSON, George C R, Able Seaman, J 115510, accidentally killed



Friday, 31 January 1930


Adventure, minelayer

 MCDONALD, Donald G L L, Petty Officer Telegraphist, J 67471, illness


Laburnum, minesweeping sloop

 PENGELLY, Silvanus, Leading Stoker, K 55939, drowned



Saturday, 1 February 1930


Pembroke, Chatham

 BULL, Edward G, Leading Seaman, J 82644, illness



Sunday, 2 February 1930


Tamar, Hong Kong

 AH, Gon, Officer's Cook 1c, (no service number listed), died



Monday, 3 February 1930


Fisgard, Portsmouth

 MCCALL, Robert, Stoker 1c, K 61736, illness



Thursday, 6 February 1930


Erebus, monitor

 HUNT, Francis, Marine, 15139 (Ply), died



Friday, 7 February 1930


Victory, Portsmouth

 TYLER, William T R, Stoker 1c, KX 78336, illness



Monday, 10 February 1930


Flora, Simonstown, South Africa

 MWINGE, Bin A, Seedie, X 222, illness



Thursday, 13 February 1930


Australia (RAN), heavy cruiser

 ROGERS, Harry E, Able Seaman, J 13661, accidentally killed


Greenwich, destroyer depot ship

 SMITH, John A, Commissioned Shipwright, illness



Sunday, 16 February 1930


Royal Navy

 ANDERSON-STUART, Archibald P, Surgeon Lieutenant Commander, illness



Monday, 17 February 1930


Vernon, Portsmouth

 MCNAUGHT, Alexander, Able Seaman, J 104206, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 STEVENS, Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 19466, illness



Tuesday, 18 February 1930


Resource, fleet repair ship

 JEANS, George, Able Seaman, J 110233, illness



Wednesday, 19 February 1930


H.43, submarine

 CUMING-GIBSON-CRAIG, Robert J A, Lieutenant, illness


Medway, submarine depot ship

 ASHTON, Reginald W A, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, illness


Queen Elizabeth, battleship

 MONAGHAN, Joseph, Able Seaman, JX 126384, illness



Friday, 21 February 1930


Pembroke, Chatham

 OADES, Arthur, Stoker 1c, K 9154, illness



Sunday, 23 February 1930


Royal Navy

 HENNESSY, Joseph, Lieutenant Commander, illness



Monday, 24 February 1930


Queen Elizabeth, battleship

 JONES, Ernest J, Able Seaman, J 105207, illness



Thursday, 27 February 1930


Courageous, ex-battlecruiser, aircraft carrier

 DAVEY, Martin J, Leading Stoker, P/K 60311, illness


Nelson, battleship

 DAY, Peter, Stoker Petty Officer, K 6063, accidentally killed



Monday, 3 March 1930


Senior Officers' War Course

 REDE, Roger L' E M, Captain, illness



Tuesday, 4 March 1930


Cornwall, heavy cruiser

 HEWINS, William, Stoker 1c, K 5131, illness



Wednesday, 5 March 1930


Lucia, submarine depot ship

 COLE, George V A, Able Seaman, J 112966, illness


Malcolm, flotilla leader

 COUSINS, Charles T, Able Seaman, J 96963, illness



Thursday, 6 March 1930


Victoria & Albert, Royal yacht

 SHAWYER, Frederick W, Marine, 18993 (Po), illness



Tuesday, 11 March 1930


Victory, Portsmouth

 FLEMING, William J, Able Seaman, J 80923, illness



Wednesday, 12 March 1930


Hood, battlecruiser

 BUCHAN, Charles, Marine, RM, Ply/18555, illness, after discharge



Saturday, 15 March 1930


Cornwall, heavy cruiser

 MCMILLAN, John, Able Seaman, J 91891, illness



Sunday, 16 March 1930


Ramillies, battleship

 DONOVAN, Walter H, Boy 1c, JX 131171, illness


Steadfast, destroyer

 ALFORD, William H P, Stoker 1c, K 63582, illness



Monday, 17 March 1930


Excellent, Portsmouth

 CLARK, Frederick C, Able Seaman, J 96779, road accident, killed


Glorious, ex-battlecruiser, aircraft carrier

 CALLARD, William G, Leading Cook, M 5663, illness



Wednesday, 19 March 1930


FAA, 440 Flight, Adelaide (RAN)

 MCGOWAN, Donald O, Leading Telegraphist, RAN, 13919, air crash, killed



Wednesday, 26 March 1930


Laburnum, minesweeping sloop

 LEONARD, Emmanuel, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 2238, illness


Royal Naval Reserve

 BRAY, George B, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, illness



Thursday, 27 March 1930


Royal Marines HQ

 CHILTON, Harry, Corporal, RM, E 17893, illness



Saturday, 29 March 1930


Nelson, battleship

 MARSHALL, Edwin J A, Ordinary Seaman, JX 130182, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 ADAMS, William E, Engine Room Artificer Apprentice, MX 45990, illness



Sunday, 30 March 1930


Tiger, battlecruiser

 JACKSON, Joseph W, Leading Signalman, J 5922, accidentally killed


Warland, fishing trawler

 HAWKINS, James, Chief Skipper, RNR, illness



Friday, 4 April 1930


Ganges, Shotley/Harwich

 BARNSHAW, Sidney F, Boy 1c, JX 133237, illness



Saturday, 5 April 1930


Active, destroyer

 JAKEMAN, Edward V, Petty Officer, J 26111, road accident, killed



Monday, 7 April 1930


Terror, monitor

 GARDNER, Albert J, Commissioned Gunner, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 GERRARD, John W, Officer's Steward 3c, LX 20571, road accident, killed



Tuesday, 8 April 1930


Sepoy, destroyer, depth charge explosion

 BELDERSON, William, Petty Officer, J 29333, killed

 DRAPER, William J A, Able Seaman, J 111460, DOW

 HEYWOOD, Robert W, Able Seaman, J 110561, DOW

 REDMOND-COOPER, James N, Able Seaman, J 109926, killed

 REED, Leslie G, Gunner, killed

 SMITH, Thomas E, Able Seaman, JX 125791, killed



Thursday, 10 April 1930


Victory, Portsmouth

 ARMISON, James R, Telegraphist, J 111484, accidentally killed



Saturday, 12 April 1930


Vivid, Devonport

 VEALE, Frederick L, Able Seaman, J 50203, illness



Friday, 18 April 1930


Revenge, battleship

 ELLIS, John A E, Marine, X 263 (Po), drowned



Tuesday, 22 April 1930


Castor, light cruiser

 LANG, James A, Cook, M 6160, illness



Thursday, 24 April 1930


Champion, light cruiser

 WELBY, Richard M, Captain, illness



Friday, 25 April 1930


Greenwich, destroyer depot ship

 CLARK, William H, Shipwright 1c, M 10278, accidentally killed


Vivid, Devonport

 BOWDEN, Albert H, Able Seaman, J 103863, illness



Sunday, 27 April 1930


Rodney, battleship

 BUTLER, Cecil, Telegraphist, J 89971, illness



Tuesday, 29 April 1930


Enterprise, light cruiser

 ATKINS, Walter J, Able Seaman, J 114309, illness



Wednesday, 30 April 1930


Vivid, Devonport

 CARTER, Horace W H, Signalman, 236058, illness



Saturday, 3 May 1930


Dunedin, light cruiser

 HALLIDAY, Albert J W, Leading Signalman, J 63052, road accident, killed



Sunday, 4 May 1930


Iroquois, survey ship

 WALSWORTH, Arthur N, Able Seaman, J 99609, drowned



Monday, 5 May 1930


Cumberland, heavy cruiser

 SMITH, Ronald J, Ordinary Seaman, JX 131188, illness


Tara, destroyer

 PHILLIPS, Frederick A, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c, M 2019, accidentally killed



Wednesday, 7 May 1930


Pembroke, Chatham

 WELLINGS, Frederick J, Able Seaman, J72593, illness



Friday, 9 May 1930


Vivid, Devonport

 PEACOCK, Augustine P, Petty Officer, J 9709, illness



Sunday, 11 May 1930


Anthony, destroyer

 SPICER-SIMSON, Geoffrey E F, Lieutenant, illness



Thursday, 15 May 1930


Cumberland, heavy cruiser

 BUSHELL, Sidney, Stoker Petty Officer, K 22803, illness



Saturday, 17 May 1930


Adamant, submarine depot ship

 DERRICK, John H, Stoker 1c, KX 76591, illness


Victory, Portsmouth

 COX, John E, Petty Officer Writer, P/M 34948, illness



Sunday, 18 May 1930


Egmont, Malta

 GILBERT, William A, Sick Berth Attendant, M 38156, illness



Tuesday, 20 May 1930


Pembroke, Chatham

 GATES, William G, Leading Stoker, K 19883, illness



Friday, 30 May 1930


Royal Navy

 RAYNER, Frederick W, Able Seaman, J 104392, illness



Saturday, 31 May 1930


Tiger, battlecruiser

 CONNOR, John, Warrant Electrician, illness



Monday, 2 June 1930


Dolphin, Gosport

 DURANT, Arthur M, Stoker 1c, K 64431, accidentally killed



Friday, 6 June 1930


Kent, heavy cruiser

 TUSSLER, Henry, Able Seaman, 238070, drowned



Sunday, 15 June 1930


Revenge, battleship

 CHINNERY, Arthur, Mechanician, K 57977, drowned



Wednesday, 18 June 1930


Pembroke, Chatham

 WRIGHT, William S, Yeoman of Signals, J 31732, accidentally killed



Sunday, 22 June 1930


Wallflower, minesweeping sloop

 CARR, Arthur C, Leading Telegraphist, J 90634, illness



Monday, 23 June 1930


Ambrose, submarine depot ship

 CRADDOCK, William H, Commissioned Engineer, illness


Vivid, Devonport

 LATHAM, Arthur H, Stoker 1c, K 66009, road accident, killed



Wednesday, 25 June 1930


Shropshire, heavy cruiser

 TULBY, Victor E, Able Seaman, J 104682, illness


Suffolk, heavy cruiser

 AVIS, William T, Sick Berth Chief Petty Officer, M 1717, accidentally killed



Friday, 27 June 1930


Portsmouth, training course

 ACWORTH, Richard F, Act/Sub Lieutenant, illness



Saturday, 28 June 1930


Triad, Admiralty yacht, SNO Persian Gulf

 DEAN, Charles L, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, M 37776, illness



Sunday, 29 June 1930


Vivid, Devonport

 DONOVAN, Edward, Leading Stores Assistant, M 11680, illness



Tuesday, 1 July 1930


Egmont, Malta

 CARUANA, Salvatore, Able Seaman, JX 125615, illness


Revenge, battleship

 REYNOLDS, James A, Commissioned Gunner, drowned



Wednesday, 2 July 1930


Royal Sovereign, battleship

 HUMPHREYS, James W, Marine, 22085 (Ch), illness


Wakeful, destroyer

 DURRELL, Jack, Able Seaman, JX 126734, illness



Thursday, 3 July 1930


Wryneck, destroyer

 GIBSON, Albert, Able Seaman, J 9285, illness



Friday, 4 July 1930


Cornwall, heavy cruiser

 JONES, William H, Stoker 1c, K 6202, explosion, killed


Nelson, battleship

 BLEEK, John F, Able Seaman, J 75386, illness


Royal Naval Reserve

 SEDDALL, Harry V, Commander, RNR, illness



Saturday, 5 July 1930


Pandora, submarine

 DEWEY, Guy F J, Leading Cook, M 38718, drowned


X.1, experimental cruiser submarine

 COLMAN, George, Leading Seaman, J 91594, accidentally killed



Sunday, 6 July 1930


Nelson, battleship

 ROUSE, Eric J, Ordinary Seaman, JX 129090, illness



Monday, 7 July 1930


Delphinium, minesweeping sloop

 AKASSA, Emir, Krooman, W 250, drowned



Tuesday, 8 July 1930


RN Hospital, Bermuda

 SAUNDERS, Algernon H, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, M 2473, accidentally killed



Thursday, 10 July 1930


Cumberland, heavy cruiser

 PLATT, James, Stoker 1c, K 64537, illness


Royal Navy

 OLD, Ernest W, Leading Seaman, D/J 7357, accidentally killed



Saturday, 12 July 1930


Centaur, light cruiser

 JOHNSON, John, Stoker 1c, KX 78536, stabbed in Danzig, killed



Sunday, 13 July 1930


Courageous, ex-battlecruiser, aircraft carrier

 WATTS, Cecil G E, Able Seaman, SSX 12937, road accident, killed



Monday, 14 July 1930


Repulse, battlecruiser

 WEBB, Arthur A, Boy 1c, JX 132101, illness



Saturday, 19 July 1930


Castor, light cruiser

 DICKENS, Leslie A, Able Seaman, J 100803, illness



Sunday, 20 July 1930


M.3, minelaying submarine

 SPENCER, Samuel E H, Lieutenant, killed


Vivid, Devonport

 TAYLOR, Thomas T, Chief Shipwright 2c, M 6594, illness



Monday, 21 July 1930


Ulster Division, RNVR

 DUFFERIN and AVA, Marquess of, Captain, RNVR, killed



Tuesday, 22 July 1930


Iron Duke, battleship

 BATES, Arthur E, Supply Chief Petty Officer, M 37484, drowned


Rawalpindi, passenger liner

 PITTS, Thomas E, Commander, RNR, illness



Wednesday, 23 July 1930


Resolution, battleship

 CROCKER, Philip J B, Able Seaman, JX 127008, accidentally killed



Saturday, 26 July 1930


Royal Naval Reserve

 LEMMON, Frank E, Paymaster Lieutenant, RNR, illness



Sunday, 27 July 1930


Britannia, RN College, Dartmouth

 BUTLER-COLE, Thomas B, Lieutenant (E), illness



Monday, 28 July 1930


Arrow, destroyer

 KNIGHTLEY, Frederick J, Stoker Petty Officer, K 23803, illness


Pembroke, Chatham

 COOK, Frederick T, Assistant Cook, MX 48016, illness



Saturday, 2 August 1930


Effingham, cruiser

 WHITEWAY, Henry C, Cook, P/MX 47272, illness


Revenge, battleship

 DYSON, Sidney H, Electrical Artificer 4c, P/MX 46285, drowned



Monday, 4 August 1930


Queen Elizabeth, battleship

 SATTERFORD, Richard D, Chief Petty Officer Writer, D/M 19148, illness



Tuesday, 5 August 1930


Malaya, battleship

 PHILLIPS, William T E, Mechanician, D/K 58418, illness



Monday, 11 August 1930


Excellent, Portsmouth

 ROBERTSON, David J, Mechanician, P/K 59052, accidentally killed



Wednesday, 13 August 1930


Peterel, river gunboat

 O'BRIEN, Wilfred, Stoker 1c, P/K 66554, drowned



Saturday, 16 August 1930


Cumberland, heavy cruiser

 DALLISON, Stanley F, Able Seaman, C/J 115336, illness



Tuesday, 19 August 1930


Wessex, destroyer

 MUNDY, Thomas C G, Leading Seaman, C/J 41099, road accident, killed


Whirlwind, destroyer

 HALL, Frederick J, Able Seaman, C/J 87024, road accident, killed



Wednesday, 20 August 1930


Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

 BRADLEY, Arthur R, Surgeon Captain, RNVR, illness

 KING, The Right Hon Henry D, Captain (Commodore 2c), RNVR, illness



Friday, 22 August 1930


Durban, light cruiser

 JERMY, John T, Signalman, J 111554, illness



Tuesday, 26 August 1930


Centurion, ex-battleship, target ship

 STONEHOUSE, William, Stoker 1c, K 56308, died



Wednesday, 27 August 1930


Dauntless, light cruiser, boat accident, boat from HMCS Vancouver, both killed

 GREENWOOD, William J, Stoker 1c, P/KX 76929

 JOHNSON, Sidney, Able Seaman, P/SSX 12444



Thursday, 28 August 1930


Royal Oak, battleship

 MURRELL, Charles E, Petty Officer, C/J 57064, illness



Monday, 1 September 1930


Comus, light cruiser

 RIDHOLLS, Percy, Engine Room Artificer 1c, D/M 3860, illness



Friday, 5 September 1930


Dragon, light cruiser

 BEVAN, Louis H B, Captain, illness



Monday, 8 September 1930


York, heavy cruiser

 BILTON, Matthew W, Marine, 20945 (Ch), illness



Tuesday, 9 September 1930


Pembroke I, Chatham

 KNIGHT, Leonard J, Able Seaman, C/J 103068, road accident, killed



Wednesday, 10 September 1930


Cornwall, heavy cruiser

 BAKER, Arthur J, Chief Stoker, D/K 11977, illness



Saturday, 13 September 1930


Renown, battlecruiser

 GENGE, Reginald G R, Leading Telegraphist, D/J 43631, drowned



Sunday, 14 September 1930


Dryad, Portsmouth

 VICKERY, Richard H, Supply Chief Petty Officer, P/M 5347, accidentally killed



Tuesday, 16 September 1930


Centurion, ex-battleship, target ship

 TOWERS, Charles, Marine, X 210 (Ch), (ex-Hawkins), died



Wednesday, 17 September 1930


Victory, Portsmouth

 PUNNETT, George W, Petty Officer, P/238386, road accident, killed



Sunday, 21 September 1930


Pembroke, Chatham

 CAMPBELL, Alexander, Stoker 1c, C/K 63149, illness



Monday, 22 September 1930


Kent, heavy cruiser

 ELLIS, Charles W, Marine, 17747 (Ch), illness



Wednesday, 24 September 1930


Moth, river gunboat

 COLCLOUGH, George, Able Seaman, C/SSX 12913, illness



Saturday, 4 October 1930


Pembroke, Chatham

 HAYWARD, Ernest J, Officer's Chief Cook, C/L 3664, illness


Stuart, flotilla leader

 CAMPBELL, John, Stoker 1c, P/K 58712, drowned


Victory, Portsmouth

 DAY, Albert, Able Seaman, C/J 33641, illness



Sunday, 5 October 1930


Emperor of India, battleship

 BELLINGHAM, Cecil P, Telegraphist, P/J 110190, road accident, killed


Excellent, Portsmouth

 DELL, Reginald W, Chief Petty Officer, P/J 2002, killed



Monday, 6 October 1930


Engineer in ChiefŐs Department

 BODDY, Robert H G, Engineer Commander, illness



Tuesday, 7 October 1930


Centaur, light cruiser

 DOWNER, Albert E, Stoker 1c, P/KX 77672, illness



Saturday, 11 October 1930


Tamar, Hong Kong

 SING, Yes H, Able Seaman, (no service number listed), illness



Monday, 13 October 1930


Delhi, light cruiser

 HARRIS, William T, Corporal, RM, 21436 (Ply), died



Wednesday, 15 October 1930


Glorious, ex-battlecruiser, aircraft carrier, air crash, both killed

 BARKER, Edward G, Leading Aircraftsman, RAF, 364505

 COWIN, Maurice T, Lieutenant



Friday, 17 October 1930


Constance, light cruiser

 PAYNE, Wilfred H, Officer's Steward 2c, P/L 12177, died



Wednesday, 22 October 1930


RN Hospital, Plymouth

 BENNETT, Charles C, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, D/M 24673, illness


Royal Naval Reserve

 DWYER, Robert M, Paymaster Lieutenant Commander, RNR, illness



Monday, 27 October 1930


Adventure, minelayer

 JONES, Henry, Commissioned Gunner, drowned


Courageous, ex-battlecruiser, aircraft carrier, deck accident

 SILLAR, David A C, Lieutenant, DOI



Tuesday, 28 October 1930


Malabar, Bermuda

 WORD, Cecil, Leading Stoker, P/K 56310, illness



Saturday, 1 November 1930


Cornwall, heavy cruiser

 CLEVERTON, Stanley, Stoker Petty Officer, D/K 5216, illness



Sunday, 2 November 1930


Royal Marines HQ

 WESTBROOK, William H, Marine, 18320 (Ch), illness



Tuesday, 4 November 1930


Carysfort, light cruiser

 JOHNSTON, William, Commissioned Gunner, illness



Wednesday, 5 November 1930


Iron Duke, battleship

 HUGHES, Cecil H, Stoker 1c, P/KX 79864, road accident, killed


Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

 LLOYD, Thomas J, Surgeon Lieutenant, RNVR, illness


Tamar, Hong Kong

 ROURKE, John F, Chief Petty Officer Writer, D/M 5265, illness



Thursday, 6 November 1930


Royal Naval Reserve

 HUME-GOODIER, Robert S, Commander, RNR, illness



Friday, 7 November 1930


Coventry, light cruiser

 WHITE, Charles D, Stoker 1c, P/K 63977, drowned



Wednesday, 12 November 1930


Victory, Portsmouth

 MIDDLETON, Allan G T, Able Seaman, P/J 105859, illness



Thursday, 13 November 1930


Royal Naval Reserve

 ROBINSON, Alfred W C, Lieutenant Commander, RNR, illness



Saturday, 15 November 1930


Centurion, ex-battleship, target ship

 PINHORNE, Alfred S G, Able Seaman, P/J 113463, illness



Wednesday, 19 November 1930


Pembroke, Chatham

 HAMMOND, Thomas V, Signalman, C/J 87102, died


Vivid, Devonport

 BISS, Frederick J, Able Seaman, D/JX 125338, (ex-Malaya), illness



Monday, 24 November 1930


Vivid, Devonport

 YABSLEY, Clarence J H, Joiner 1c, D/M 5726, road accident, killed



Thursday, 27 November 1930


Carysfort, light cruiser

 BREWER, Herbert W, Regulating Petty Officer, D/M 38607, illness



Monday, 1 December 1930


Iroquois, survey ship

 HAWKINS, George, Leading Stoker, P/K 47313, illness



Wednesday, 3 December 1930


St Vincent, Gosport

 HALES, Victor R, Musician, RMB, RMB 1485, illness



Thursday, 4 December 1930


Defiance, Devonport

 ALFORD, Richard C, Petty Officer, D/J 21044, road accident, killed



Friday, 5 December 1930


Iron Duke, battleship

 BLAKE, Noah A G, Able Seaman, P/J 98067, road accident, killed



Wednesday, 10 December 1930


Defiance, Devonport

 DOYLE, Christopher, Stoker 1c, D/K 65333, illness



Thursday, 11 December 1930


Excellent, Portsmouth

 STREAMER, George W, Able Seaman, P/J 114782, accidentally killed



Monday, 15 December 1930


Pilot's Course No.17

 ASHEWANDEN, Cecil K, Lieutenant, illness



Tuesday, 16 December 1930


Delphinium, minesweeping sloop

 GORDON, Joseph T, Stoker 1c, P/K 62182, accidentally killed

 MCDONAGH, William, Stoker 1c, P/KX 78559, accidentally killed



Friday, 19 December 1930


Kent, heavy cruiser

 VICE, Wilfred, Able Seaman, C/J 13006, accidentally killed



Monday, 22 December 1930


Cyclops, repair ship

 CROCKER, Albert, Leading Stoker, D/K 23313, died


Valiant, battleship

 MAY, Cyril, Stoker 1c, C/K 62438, illness



Thursday, 25 December 1930


Victory, Portsmouth

 LEGG, Edward, Commissioned Gunner, illness



Monday, 29 December 1930


Vivid, Devonport

 BEER, Reginald J, Chief Petty Officer Writer, D/M 6960, illness



Wednesday, 31 December 1930


Courageous, ex-battlecruiser, aircraft carrier

 COOKE, William C, Able Seaman, P/J 101384, accidentally killed


Egmont, Malta

 BRUNSDON, Richard T, Marine, 20456 (Po), illness


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