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FURTHER LIST OF THE BRITISH NAVAL CASUALTIES

Battle Of Heligoland Bight 28th Aug 1914

The Admiralty issue the following further list of the casualties in the action in the Heligoland Bight on Friday

H.M. S. LAERTES.

Killed.
Taylor, Ernest Edward Stoker, Petty Officer
Brazier, Walter Ernest., Stoker, 1st class.

Wounded.
Sub.-Lieutenant George H. Faulkner
Whyte, Peter, Leading Seaman
Southby, George Robert, A.B.
O'Brien, Eugene, stoker, 1st class
Richardson, Wm. George, stoker, 1st class
Kemp Herbt. Wm. Henry, stoker, 1st class
Way, George Wm. Cailicutte, stoker, Petty Officer;
McArdle, J. Stoker, Petty Officer
Orme, James, stoker, 1st class.

H.M.S. ARETHUSA,

Since Died of Wounds.
Teuma, Giovanni, officer's steward, 3rd class.

ADDITIONAL LIST OF WOUNDED BRITISH BLUEJACKETS

The following additional list of men wounded in the naval action Off Heligoland
on Friday was issued by the Press Bureau late last night

H.M.S. Fearless.

Harris William John, leading seaman, 233351
Denton Harry, ordinary seaman, J 11831
Chapman. Arthur George. E.R.A., fourth class, M 119
Heywood, John William, stoker, first-class, K 17751
Davis. Walter Henry, chief stoker, 281134
Keen, George, A.B., 239184
Miller, Albert Joseph, boy telegraphist, J 195598
Leven, Bernard, stoker, first class K 11579.

H.M.S. Phoenix.

Pottle Charles Wesley, A.B.. 234350.

H.M.S. Druid.

Tanner. Edward Frederick, A.B., 237200.

The petty officers and men of H.M.S. Fearless belong to Portsmouth Division the others to Chatham.

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