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BAYLISS, Leonard Frank
BELL, William White
Casualty Lists 1939-45 / National Archives file WO417/43.
BISHOP, Ronald, C.
BROWN, Louis Walter
BROWN, Robert Frederick
Casualty Lists 1939-45 / National Archives file WO417/42.
Prisoners of War 1715-1945 / National Archives file WO392/11.
CARR, Francis Arthur
CARROLL, John Joseph
Casualty Lists 1939045 / National Archives file WO417/43.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1 and WO392/11.
CHALLINTON, William A.
CHAMBERLAIN, Walter William Robert James
Lance Sergeant Walter Chamberlain was reported wounded and missing 28 March 1942 after Operation Chariot at St. Nazaire, later found to be a prisoner of war. He had embarked for the raid on board HMS Campbeltown.
CHANT, Stuart Whitemore
- October 1940 volunteered for the Army Commandos; attached to No.5 Commando .
CHEETHAM, John Frederick
Fusilier John Cudby, 6 Troop, was reported missing 28 March 1942 after Operation Chariot at St Nazaire, later found to be a prisoner of war. He had embarked on ML177 for the raid. Post war member of the Commando Association from Workington.
DAVIS, Stanley Berkeley Edward
DOCKERILL, Arthur Henry
ECKMAN, William John
Private William Eckman, from Everton Liverpool, served in 4 Troop and was one of the commando contingent who embarked on Motor Launch ML 306 for Operation Chariot, the raid at St Nazaire on 28 March 1942. Reported as missing he was later found to be a prisoner of war.
ETCHES, William Whitson
FAHY, James or John
FERGUSON, William John
Corporal William Ferguson was reported missing 28 March 1942 after Operation Chariot at St. Nazaire, later found to have been wounded and taken prisoner of war. He had embarked on board HMS Campbeltown for the raid.
FIELD, William Frederick
- Served in 1 Troop of No.2 Commando and embarked on ML 457 for the raid .
- 23 August 1945 attached Survey T.C. (Royal Engineers) .
FYFE, Charles Alexander
GRIEF, George Valentine
HAINES, George Ernest
HANNON, Thomas Gerrard
HEWETT, Herbert Edward
HOLLAND, William Anthony
Private William Holland, 3 Troop, received a Mention in Despatches in recognition of gallant and distinguished service during the raid on St. Nazaire on the night of 27/28th March, 1942. Embarking on board HMS Campbeltown he was reported missing after the raid but later found to be a prisoner of war.
HOOPER, Walter Francis
Corporal Walter Hooper, 1 Troop, was reported missing 28 March 1942 after Operation Chariot at St. Nazaire, later found to be a prisoner of war. He was one of the commando contingent who had embarked on Motor Launch ML457.
HOWARD, Roland Arthur
HUGHES, William Armsted
JONES, William George
Private William Jones, 4 Troop, was one of the commando contingent embarked on Motor Launch ML 267 for Operation Chariot, the raid at St. Nazaire 28 March 1942. The ML was hit by enemy fire and sank. Eight of the 11 Commandos, and all bar 5 of the RN crew, on board were killed. He survived and was taken prisoner of war.
MACLAGAN, Ian Lawrence
MORGAN, Richard Fuller
Embarking on Motor Launch ML262 he commanded a small protection party and was captured after the raid [2a][2b].
MURDOCH, Sydney Wallace John
- Private Murdoch from Liverpool was a former employee of Liverpool Corporation Transport Department.*
NICHOLS, Alexander Hause
- 28 July 1933 attested into the Royal Tank Corps.
- 8 March 1940 transferred to the Royal Engineers.
O'DONNELL, Laurence Patrick Thompson
Corporal Laurence O'Donnell, 3 Troop, was wounded and taken prisoner on 28 March 1942 after Operation Chariot at St. Nazaire. Embarked for the raid on HMS Cambeltown.
PENFOLD, Frederick Arthur
PURDON, Corran William Brooke
RANDALL, Donald Charles
TAYLOR, Harry, G.
WINTER, Thomas William
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