|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|251||Tegg||T E Tegg||1897||43||1940||id: 111||192914||22||1||HMS Grenville|
|252||Tenison||Julian Tenison||1885||31||1916||id: 146a||192915||10||Captain of Submarine E4|
|253||Theobold||Thomas Theobold||1896||16||1912||no image||192916||13|
|254||Tidman||Robert H Tidman||1902||16||1918||id: 139||192917||17|
|255||Tooley||James W Tooley||1888||25||1913||no image||192918||11||HMS St George|
|256||Tranter||E Tranter||1889||17||1906||id: 017a||192919||17|
|257||Treasure||Douglas G Treasure||1919||no image||192920||9||HMS Kylemore|
|258||Turnbull||James Turnbull||1901||17||1918||id: 154||192921||21|
|259||Tutten||A F Tutten||1901||38||1939||id: 120||192922||7||HMS Gipsy|
|260||Uren||W T Uren||1909||30||1939||id: 117||192923||31||1||HMS Gipsy|
|261||Vom Hofe||Werner Kalau Vom Hofe||1889||25||1914||id: 056||192924||20|
|262||Wales||M Wales||1920||id: 167||192925||9||HMS Hecla|
|263||Waller||Arthur M Waller||1900||16||1916||id: 086||192926||50|
|264||Walton||Ernest Walton||1889||29||1918||id: 157||192927||18||HMT Pomona|
|265||Ward||Albert Ward||1895||20||1915||id: 072||192928||76|
|266||Ward||George Ward||1890||16||1906||id: 019||192929||5|
|267||Washbrook||William Washbrook||1898||19||1917||id: 105||192930||26||HMS Lightfoot|
|268||Webb||Henry George Webb||1915||16||1931||id: 163||192931||5|
|269||Webster||Edward Webster||1886||20||1906||id: 015||192932||9|
|270||Welch||W A Welch||1888||16||1904||id: 180||192933||11|
|271||Wescombe||William W Wescombe||1893||22||1915||id: 092||192934||20||1||William Waldren Wescombe was the son of George and Francies[sic] Wescombe, and the second of nine children. He was born in Guestling, Sussex, on 23rd April 1894 according to his birth certificate, though his naval record says 1893. He joined the Navy on 21st September 1911, and at the time of his death was a Stoker 1st Class on H.M.S. Penelope. He died from diphtheria in the Royal Naval Hospital at Shotley on 31st December 1915, and is also remembered on the War Memorial in Crowborough, (East) Sussex, his parents' place of residence at the time of his death.|
|272||Westaway||Lewis J Westaway||1901||15||1916||id: 090||192935||12|
|273||Weston||Charles E Weston||1884||24||1908||no image||192936||24||HMS Zebra|
|274||Wheeler||F F Wheeler||1905||35||1940||id: 127||192937||5||HMS Hussar|
|275||Whitehouse||Herbert Arthur Whitehouse||1896||21||1917||id: 155a||192938||22||Of wounds received from German aircraft|
Grave Monument Photographs
Above are the names that appear on the photographs or records held by the GPR for St Mary Naval's Church burial ground, Shotley, Suffolk, England.
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