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the crew of mtb 255
  MTB 460 of the 29th MTB Flotilla at sea in the Spring of 1944. (© Libraries & Archives Canada)

IN MEMORIAM

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On this day: 22nd November

Stoker 1st Class Thomas Alfred Smith Bolt (H.M.M.L. 127)
Able Seaman Albert Edward Burnett (H.M.M.L. 127)
Motor Mechanic William Sidney Cranfield (H.M.M.L. 127)
Ordinary Signalman Arthur Craythorne (H.M.M.L. 127)
Able Seaman George Dalton (H.M.M.L. 127)
Motor Mechanic George Henry Elder (H.M.M.L. 127)
Able Seaman Herbert Noel Jenner (H.M.M.L. 127)
Leading Stoker Allan Reeks King (H.M.M.L. 127)
Lieutenant Eric Kneen (H.M.M.L. 127)
Leading Seaman Alfred Albert Stevens (H.M.M.L. 127)
Ordinary Telegraphist James Phillip Thomson (H.M.M.L. 127)
Matros II Oskar Bastian Grunnvold (H.M.M.T.B. 626)
Petty Officer Motor Mechanic William Palmer Allan (H.M.M.T.B. 686)
Stoker 2nd Class Lyndhurst Rufus Clarke (H.M.M.T.B. 686)
Able Seaman John Malcolm Gray (H.M.M.T.B. 686)
Able Seaman James Ryce McNeill (H.M.M.T.B. 686)
Ordinary Seaman John Davidson Shennan (H.M.M.T.B. 686)
Ordinary Seaman Sidney G Small (H.M.M.T.B. 686)
Able Seaman Frank Sullivan (H.M.M.T.B. 686)
Supply Assistant Ronald Henry Hopton (H.M.S. Cicala)

At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them