14 Cdo. Roll of Honour

Units: 

The Fallen from No.14 Commando

 
Lieut. John GODWIN
Petty Officer Alfred John ROE
Petty Officer Harold HISCOCK
Able Seaman Keith MAYOR
Able Seaman Neville BURGESS
Able Seaman Andrew Anthony WEST
 

Sergeant Cox was attached from No. 12 Commando and is remembered on their Roll of Honour. Click on his name for more.

Below is a view of the Roll of Honour with information about each of the other men.

GODWIN, John

Lieutenant John Godwin, 14 Commando
No 14 Commando
Mentioned in Despatches
Executed
Lieutenant John Godwin, a veteran of Operation Crackers * [view],  was an Argentinian in the RNVR.  He was Commanding Officer of the raiding party at Kopervik, Norway (Op. Checkmate).

HISCOCK, Harold

Petty Officer Harold Hiscock, 14 Commando
No 14 Commando
HMS Quebec / Royal Naval Patrol Service
Executed

Petty Officer Harold Hiscock, a Canadian from Newfoundland, was one of the raiding party at Kopervik, Norway (Operation Checkmate). He was captured and later executed at Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. 

MAYOR, Keith

Able Seaman Keuth Mayor 14 Commando
No 14 Commando
HMS Fox, RN
Mentioned in Despatches
Executed

Able Seaman Keith Mayor was one of the raiding party at Kopervik, Norway (Operation Checkmate). He was captured and later executed at Belsen Concentration Camp having been transferred there from Sachsenhausen.

ROE, Alfred John

Petty Officer Alfred Roe 14 Commando
No 14 Commando
HMS Fox, RN
Mentioned in Despatches
Died on war service

Patty Officer Alfred Roe was one of the raiding party at Kopervik, Norway (Operation Checkmate). He was captured and later died of typhus at Belsen Concentration Camp having been transferred there from Sachsenhausen.


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