HMS Africa
Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour
In memory of those who lost their lives in
HMS Africa
"As long as we embrace them in our memory, their spirit will always be with us"

Date
Name
Rank/Rate
Service
Notes
Aug. 25, 1914
Pasco, Thomas Henry
Able Seaman
RN
Drowned
Dec. 17, 1915
Baldwin, Frederick George
Leading Seaman
RN
Died of illness
Mar. 11, 1916
Allcock, Charles William
Chief Stoker
RN
Died of illness
Apr. 23, 1916
Mann, Thomas Edwin Seal
Ordinary Seaman
RN
Died of illness
May 8, 1918
Newton, Peter Jospeh
Boatswain
RN
Died of illness in UK
July 16, 1918
Corbett, John Harold
Chief Electrical Artificer 2c
RN
(a)
July 29, 1918
Jenkins, Marcus
Gunner
RMA
(a)
Sept. 5, 1918
Bearman, Ernest John
Ordinary Seaman
RN
Drowned
Sept. 9, 1918
Duckmanton, Walter N.
Painter 1st Class
RN
(a)
Sept. 12, 1918
Butterfield, Richard James
Private
RMLI
(a)
Dare, Arthur William
Petty Officer
RN
(a)
Nunn, William
Chief Stoker
RN
(a)
Sawyer, Stanley W.
Leading Seaman
RN
(a)
Thorpe, Albert K.
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Sept. 13, 1918
Brackley, George C.
Ordinary Telegraphist
RN
(a)
Cooper, John
Ordinary Seaman
RN
(a)
Davis, Alfred
Ordinary Seaman
RN
(a)
Goodacre, James
Stoker 1st Class
RN
(a)
Hornblower, Frederick E.
Leading Stoker
RN
(a)
Sharland, William G.
Corporal
RMLI
(a)
Simpson, George W.
Ordinary Seaman
RN
(a)
Taylor, William H.
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Sept. 14, 1918
Allison, Horace A.
Corporal
RMA
(a)
Baxter, William H.
Private
RMLI
(a)
Carter, Albert E.
Stoker Petty Officer
RN
(a, b)
Clark, Charles W.
Stoker 1st Class
RN
(a)
Jacques, Gilbert
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Martin, Frederick
Blacksmith's Mate
RN
(a)
Paine, John A.
Stoker 1st Class
RN
(a)
Tipple, Alfred Patrick
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Tomlyn, Jack
Private
RMLI
(a)
Weaver, Sidney Frank
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Sept. 15, 1918
Barrett, Robert J.
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Cooke, Frederick
Leading Stoker
RN
(a)
Hooper, Stanley Dawson
Signaller
RNVR
(a)
MacFarlan, Malcolm C.
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Marsh, Edward C.
Leading Stoker
RN
(a)
Neale, James
Stoker 1st Class
RN
(a)
Potter, Thomas
Leading Stoker
RN
(a)
Sept. 16, 1918
Barnes, John
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Bellingham, Arthur W.
Signaller
RN
(a)
Chapman, Frederick
Leading Seaman
RN
(a)
Coshell, John
Boy 1st Class
RN
(a) Age 17
Jobson, Christopher
Stoker 1st Class
RN
(a)
Morgan, John
Stoker
RNR
(a)
Skates, William R.
Gunner
RMA
(a)
White, Sidney J.
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Wildish, Arthur
Stoker Petty Officer
RN
(a, c)
Young, Ernest W.
Ordinary Seaman
RN
(a)
Sept. 17, 1918
Wicks, Leonard
Able Seaman
RN
(a)
Wright, Sydney
Sick Berth Steward
RN
(a)
Sept. 18, 1918
Chalken, Edward C.
Stoker 1st Class
RN
(a)
Collis, James Clement
Gunner
RMA
(a)
Paisley, William
Lieutenant
RNR
(a)
Wilson, Charles
Gunner
RMA
(a)
 
Sept. 19, 1918
Jukes, Richard
Leading Stoker
RN
(a)
 
Sept. 20, 1918
Powell, John R. T.
Stoker 1st Class
RN
(a)
 
Sept. 21, 1918
Probart, William
Ordinary Seaman
RN
(a)
 
Sept. 28, 1918
Deeson, Lemuel A.
Schoolmaster
RN
(a)
(a):
Died at Freetown, Sierra Leone from complications of the Spanish Flu.
They are buried at the Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery, Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Which is located by the old King Tom Dockyard, now the Police Mechanical Repair
Workshop, on the north-eastern shore of King Tom Peninsula.
(b):
Served as Albert E. Lee.
(c):
Previously served in Somaliland Expedition (1908-1910) and in the Persian Gulf (1914).
 
RNR=
Royal Naval Reserve
RNVR=
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
RMA=
Royal Marine Artillery
RMLI=
Royal Marine Light Infantry


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