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LOSS OF H M.S. PATHFINDER.
CASUALTIES AMONG THE CREW : 242 REPORTED MISSING.
The casualties among the officers of the light cruiser Pathfinder, which was
sunk by a mine in the North Sea, were announced in yesterday's DAILY GRAPHIC.
Last night the casualties among the crew were issued by the Admiralty through the Press Bureau.
These show the following :—
Missing .... 242
Total .... 257
The names of the dead and wounded are :—
Brash, Prentis Stephen, P.O. 180365;
Charlton, John Raywood, Telegraphist, J. 11654 ;
Howard, Thomas James, Ldg. Cook's Mate, M.43;
Rumbles, Alfred, Stoker, 1st Cl., 223110.
Marriott, Charles James, A.B., 162844 (seriously);
Bannister, Arthur Henry, Stoker, 1st Cl., S.S. 109475 ;
Brett, William Beaton, Ord. Seaman, J. 25154;
Bruce, Stanley, Actg. ERA., 4,th Cl., M. 4285 ;
Fothergill, Reginald Thomas, A.B., J. 13361 ;
Jones, Philip, Mechanician, 293071 ;
Kevan, Samuel Edward, Ldg. Signalman. 225653 ;
Lewis, Ernest Walter, Stoker, 2nd Cl., K.21852 ;
McDermott, Joseph, Ldg. Stoker, 297245;
Marland, James, Privite R.M.L.I., Ch.11430;
Noy, James, Stoker, 1st Cl., K. 7603 ;
Rogers, William George, Boy, 1st Cl. J. 22621 ;
Trimming; Alfred Richard John, Boy, 1st Class., J. 20967.
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