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FINDLAY Thomas, Able Seaman, P/SSX.32325: HMS Campbeltown (age 24)
FINDLEY William Ritchie, Able Seaman, D/SSX.19545: HMS Campbeltown (age 22)
FISHER Gore Victor, Sub-Lieutenant, RNZNVR: ML 270
FOLKARD Frank, Ordinary Seaman, C/JX.278535: ML 443
GAMMAGE William, Telegraphist(1), P/JX.142561: ML 268
GARDENER Thomas, Motor Mechanic, C/MX.76083: ML 270
GARLICK D, Able Seaman, D/JX.156123: HMS Campbeltown
GARNER Thomas Norman, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX.274947: ML 306 (age 31)
GARNHAM Douglas Arthur, Sub-Lieutenant, RNVR: ML 268 (age 21)
GATTENBY W. F. E, Ordinary Seaman, SV.77 ML 443
GILES Samuel Walter, Able Seaman, P/JX.143517: HMS Campbeltown (age 24)
GLASS J, Able Seaman, P/CDX.2287: ML 160
GLEESON John H (‘Jimmy’), Leading Seaman, D/SSX.18524: ML 267
GOOCH A. R, Leading Steward, P/LX.23432: HMS Campbeltown
GORDON Alexander G. D, Able Seaman, D/JX.155041: ML 447
GOUGH Christopher Hugh Clare, Lieutenant RN: HMS Campbeltown (MiD) (age 26)
GOUGH Ronald George, Petty Officer Motor Mechanic, C/MX.76180: ML 262 (age 24)
GRAHAM F, P/JX.194066: ML 446
GREEN Alick Reginald (‘Bill’), Lieutenant RN, MGB 314 (DSC)
HAGART H, P/KX.132618: ML 446
HAIGHTON Sam Preston, Sub-Lieutenant RNVR (No. 1): ML 192
HALE Angus Edmund, Ordinary Signalman, D/JX.216489: ML 192 (age 26)
HALL John Grenville, Sub-Lieutenant RANVR: ML 160
HALL J. L, P/JX.275903: ML 446
HALLETT George Henry, Able Seaman, C/SSX.33257: ML 192 (MiD) (age 22)
HAMBLEY Robert, Petty Officer (Cox’n), D/JX.136607: ML 298 (DSM)
P/O Hambley DSM
One of the many 'unsung' heroes of the raid was Petty-Officer Robert Hambley of Lieutenant Bob Nock's ML 298.
This ML's job was to manoeuvre in the estuary narrows, close to where Campbeltown had struck home, and draw fire - which she did at great cost to her crew.
As Cox'n, Hambley's task was to follow Nock's helm instructions in attempting to disrupt the enemy's aim. With both his deck officers dead and the forward gun knocked out, Nock relied on Hambley as the ML attempted to maintain fire from her after gun alone.
Eventually struck in the engine-room and without power, it was time to abandon ship, Hambley ensuring that all spaces were cleared before taking to one of the ML's two Carley Floats to be carried shoreward by the tide.
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