TROUNSON, GRAHAM FRANCIS JAMES, Midshipman, R.N.R., only child of Francis Thomas Trounson, of Onslow Mansions, Richmond, Surrey, by his wife, Kate E., dau. of Thomas Martin, of Chelmsford; b. London, 11 June, 1897; educ. The Whitegift and Mersey training ship for White Star Officers; Cadet R.N.R., 1911; Midshipman (Proby.), Jan. 1914; appointed to H.M.S. Good Hope, 2 Aug., and was lost when that ship was sunk in the Naval action off Coronel, on the coast of Chili, 1 Nov. 1914. He had the unique experience, in so short a life of having travelled the world as a cadet, and Midshipman, in sail The Mersey, in steam The Cevarmic, and in H.M.S. Good Hope. He had been round the Horn six times.
Source : De Ruvigny’s Roll Of Honour Vol 1