The Cross of Sacrifice: The Officers, Men and Women of the Merchant Navy and MFA 1914–1919

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Andrews UK Limited, Mar 27, 2012 - History - 218 pages
More than 2,500 merchant ships and auxiliaries were sunk during the war, by far the greatest majority by U boats. This volume contains the names of all who died serving in the merchant marine and in auxiliaries, armed merchant cruisers, hospital ships etc with the date of death. In each case the name of the ship is given and the individual’s function on board, such as master, mate, stewardess, greaser, trimmer, fireman, lascar etc.

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James Stevens fell ill on S.S. Cape Nelson in May 1956 and was taken off the ship and sent to a hopitall in Cueta were he passed away. Is the any record of him

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