Swansea Family History
Swansea Family History 

Surname

Christian Names

Rank

Service Number

Cause

of Death

Theatre of War

Date of Death

Age

Regiment/

Service

Ship/Vessel

Hanley

Frederick James

Stoker 1st Class

D/KX101329

Died

Home (UK)

2nd January 1947

30

Royal Navy 

H.M.S. “Cattistock” (L35)

Cemetery/Memorial

Danygraig Cemetery

Locality

St. Thomas, Swansea, Glamorgan

Country

United Kingdom

Cemetery/Memorial Reference

Section W. Grave 32

 

Surname

Christian Names

Rank

Service Number

Cause

of Death

Theatre of War

Date of Death

Age

Regiment/

Service

Ship/Vessel

Harding

John Denbury

Air Mechanic (A) 1st Class

FX/687328

Died

Home (UK)

11th August 1945

24

Royal Navy 

H.M.S. “Godwit” (Shore Establishment)

Cemetery/Memorial

Oystermouth Cemetery

Locality

Mumbles, Swansea, Glamorgan

Country

United Kingdom

Cemetery/Memorial Reference

Section N. Grave 215

 

Surname

Christian Names

Rank

Service Number

Cause

of Death

Theatre of War

Date of Death

Age

Regiment/

Service

Ship/Vessel

Harris

William Joseph

Assistant Steward

D/LX29873

Presumed Drowned

At Sea

3rd December 1942

20

Royal Navy 

H.M.S. “Penylan” (L89)

Cemetery/Memorial

Plymouth Naval Memorial

Locality

Plymouth, Devon

Country

United Kingdom

Cemetery/Memorial Reference

Panel 72, Column 2

 

Surname

Christian Names

Rank

Service Number

Cause

of Death

Theatre of War

Date of Death

Age

Regiment/

Service

Ship/Vessel

Hocking

L. J.

Stoker 1st Class

D/KX94495

Presumed Drowned

At Sea

26th May 1945

25

Royal Navy 

H.M.S. “Exeter” (68)

Cemetery/Memorial

Ambon War Cemetery

Locality

 

Country

Indonesia

Cemetery/Memorial Reference

29.A.4

 

Surname

Christian Names

Rank

Service Number

Cause

of Death

Theatre of War

Date of Death

Age

Regiment/

Service

Ship/Vessel

Hole

Leslie Charles

Able Seaman

D/SSX15206

Presumed Drowned

At Sea

29th May 1941

23

Royal Navy 

H.M.S. “Orion” (85)

Cemetery/Memorial

Plymouth Naval Memorial

Locality

Plymouth, Devon

Country

United Kingdom

Cemetery/Memorial Reference

Panel 47, Column 2

 

Surname

Christian Names

Rank

Service Number

Cause

of Death

Theatre of War

Date of Death

Age

Regiment/

Service

Ship/Vessel

Hughes

Francis Mainwaring

Sub-Lieutenant (A)

 

Died

Home (UK)

12th May 1945

20

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

H.M.S. “Nightjar” (Shore Establishment)

Cemetery/Memorial

Oystermouth Cemetery

Locality

Mumbles, Swansea, Glamorgan

Country

United Kingdom

Cemetery/Memorial Reference

Section A. Grave 172

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