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Alan Haines

Albert Edward McKenzie

Albert Guérisse

Alec Rose

Alex Christie (footballer, born 1896)

Alfred Brotherston Emden

Alfred Edward Sephton

Alfred Roberts (trade unionist)

Alistair MacLean

Andrew Brown (cricketer, born 1935)

Anne Chamberlyne

Arnold Josiah Ford

Arthur Anderson (businessman)

Arthur Brough

Arthur Frederick Saunders

Ben Tillett

Bennett Southwell

Bernard Devlin (director)

Bill Stone (Royal Navy sailor)

Billy Baker (footballer, born 1894)

Buster Martin

Charlie Sillett

Chris Kamara

Claude Choules

Colin Grazier

Cyril Tawney

Daniel Poole

Danny La Rue

Dick Crawshaw

E. V. Thompson

Edgar Evans

Edward Pennell

Edward Robinson (VC)

Edwin Pain

Emily Corrie

Ernest Herbert Pitcher

Ernest Joyce

Ernest Wild

Francis Bacon (cricketer)

Frank Jenner

Frank Wild

Frank William Foster

Fred Copeman

Fred Jones (footballer, born 1898)

George Hinckley

George Ingouville

George Prowse

George Samson

Gilbert Kelland

Harry Bland

Harry Houghton

Harry Price (Royal Navy seaman)

Henry Allingham

Henry Breault

Henry Cooper (VC)

Henry Curtis

Henry Every

Henry Stevens (GC)

Herbert Coates

Israel Harding

Jack Cornwell

Jack Crawford (sailor)

Jack Foreman Mantle

Jack Petchey

Jacob Nagle

James Callaghan

James Gorman (VC)

James Joseph Magennis

James Morrison (mutineer)

James Robertson Justice

James Scurry

James Spratt (Royal Navy officer)

John Adams (mutineer)

John Harrison (VC 1857)

John Henry Carless

John Hines (Australian soldier)

John Leake (NAAFI manager)

John Robarts (VC)

John Scott (Royal Navy officer)

John Sheppard (VC)

John Sullivan (VC)

John Taylor (VC)

John Torrington

John Whittle

Jonathan Martin (arsonist)

Jonathan Rogers (GC)

Joseph Kellaway

Joseph Trewavas

Kate Nesbitt

Len Wincott

Leslie Spriggs

Lionel Davidson

Mark Scholefield

Michael John O'Leary

Michael Mills (British producer)

Neil McBain

Norman Catlin

Ossie O'Brien

Peter Copley

Peter Gabbett

Peter Warren (Royal Navy officer)

Peter Woodthorpe

Ralph Miliband

Ray Steadman-Allen

Reginald Ellingworth

Richard Parker (sailor)

Robert Barber (seaman)

Robert Dorman

Sam Alper

Samuel Leech

Samuel Mitchell (VC)

Steve Cass

Stoker Edwards

Ted Longshaw

Terry Casey

The boy Jones

Thomas Atkinson (Royal Navy officer)

Thomas Ellison (mutineer)

Thomas Pride (VC)

Thomas Reeves (VC)

Thomas William Gould

Timothy McCarthy (sailor)

Tom Crean (explorer)

Tom Lewis (songwriter)

Tommy Brown (NAAFI assistant)

Tommy Moran

Valentine Baker (pilot)

W. G. E. Luddington

Warren Tute

William Alfred Savage

William Brown (sailor)

William Charles Williams

William Davidson (conspirator)

William Golding

William Hall (VC)

William Henry Harrison Seeley

William Johnstone (VC)

William Lashly

William McCoy (mutineer)

William Muspratt

William Odgers

William Rogue

William Thomas Rickard

William Williams (VC)

 

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Reuters

Reuters
Tue, 12 Jan 2016 13:26:48 -0800

In March 2007, Iranian forces seized 15 British servicemen - eight Royal Navy sailors and seven marines - in the mouth of the Shatt al-Arab waterway that separates Iran and Iraq, triggering a diplomatic crisis at a time of heightened tensions over ...

Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk
Tue, 12 Jan 2016 13:14:40 -0800

The incident bore echoes of an incident in 2004 when Royal Navy sailors were seized by the Iranian armed forces. Fifteen Royal Navy personnel from a training team based in southern Iraq were detained by Iranian authorities in waters dividing Iran from ...

Portsmouth News

Portsmouth News
Fri, 05 Feb 2016 22:00:28 -0800

ROYAL Navy sailors from Portsmouth went head-to-head with the Sri Lankan Navy – in a friendly game of football. HMS Defender played the Sri Lankans at the beautiful game during a trip to Colombo to take on food and supplies. Unfortunately, Defender's ...

Plymouth Herald

Plymouth Herald
Fri, 05 Feb 2016 12:23:50 -0800

Also featured in the programme was the complicated, daily Brittany Ferries operation, as well as Royal Navy sailors undergoing a strenuous training exercise at sea, and the boat-builders at Princess Yachts. They then met city marine biologist, Dan ...

The Guardian

The Guardian
Fri, 18 Dec 2015 01:01:28 -0800

No details were given about how the five Royal Navy sailors' sleepwalking was discovered. Photograph: Alamy. Press Association. Friday 18 December 2015 04.01 EST Last modified on Friday 18 December 2015 12.57 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on ...

Huffington Post

Huffington Post
Mon, 01 Feb 2016 14:30:00 -0800

Consider that nine years ago in a similar incident, 15 British Royal Navy sailors spent 13 days in Iranian captivity. One of the differences between these two events was that by 2016, the West had opened up diplomatic channels with Iran resulting from ...

Plymouth Herald

Plymouth Herald
Thu, 03 Sep 2015 14:48:20 -0700

'Sensitive' job of exhuming hundreds of Royal Navy sailors in Plymouth comes to an end. By Plymouth Herald | Posted: September 04, 2015. By SARAH WADDINGTON Herald Reporter @sarewaddington. Archaeologist Naomi Kysh and Project Officer Alex ...

Western Morning News

Western Morning News
Mon, 19 Oct 2015 05:22:30 -0700

More than 2,500 members of the Royal Navy are classified as obese, according to latest figures. Overall, 7.8% of the Navy personnel (2,552) had a body mass index score (BMI) above 30. In the RAF the rate was 4.6% (1,551 personnel) and the Army 6.7% ...
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