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On right possibly Terry Flynn.
 
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Ernie Money. Photo K Haydon colln
 
 
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All unknown
 
-2016 Thorunn Green in Iceland is asking if anyone out there can name any of these guys or even hazard a guess as to which vessel the pic was taken on. She thinks there may be a possibility that the guy second left in the white shirt may be her father, Harry Green. Any thoughts, however vague you may think, would be appreciated.
 
18-02-2017 - re c247 The man second left is my uncle Fred. No notation on photo, but from his age and the fact that all personnel look roughly same age it was probably taken at end of war or late 40's. Kevin Haydon.
 


 
 
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RACIA L-R Jackie Cox; unknown; Nobby Haydon; unknown; unknown; Roy Chapman, Frank Boyd; unknown; Photo K Haydon colln.
 
On right with cap Fred Morgan., On Roy Chapman right in cap Frank Smith. -  Kevin Haydon.
 
 
 
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8-10-2013 C245 2nd left = Fred Morgan i think. - Nolly Harvey
 
13-10-2013 - Pete, hi looks like the skipper in picture C245 and C244 are the same person??
Cheers, John Grainger.
 
 
 
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Unknown skipper. [Possibly Arthur Lowe???] 
 

This is believed to be Captain George Lowe of the Simla. Photo K Haydon colln.

[I know of at least one person out there who should be able to confirm or deny this!]
3-10-2013 hi pete, sadly but most definitely, its not my grandfather george lowe, but a great picture nonetheless , so the question now is, who is it. maybe its georges brother arthur !, but i have never seen a photo of arthur, who died on the bridge of the muria. -  mike houckham
 
 
 
 
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No C240, the person in the centre of the pic is Jim Miller, probably mate of the Hibernia when that pic was taken, i worked with Jim as 3rd hand between 1961 - 1963 at that time he was Skipper of the Simla, Lovely man. - Nolly Harvey.
 
 
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  Unknown = William Money (my great grandfather) - N Byrne
 
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Captain Charles Haill served in the tugs Contractor, Powerful, Mitchells, Rambler and Wanderer, and was skipper of Charm, Alexandra, Vivid, Wanderer, Rescue, Lord Warden, Macgregor, Her Majesty, Lightning, Cruiser, Daring, Challenger, Conqueror and Flying Falcon. He later became a Trinity House Pilot in 1891.
 
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Front Paul Ashby?  Centre;  Alan ????  Back Bazz or Barry Meen  - Bill Cheeseman
 
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17-1-2019  Just been back on the site and picture number c226 shows my old man Reg Merchant on the right. Think it would have been about 1947 on-board the SUN XVI going by the fact he has a beret on. He is still with us and will be 92 at the end of March. Regards Peter Merchant.

 
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Inspection of Cervia's towing gear after her sinking.
 
 
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Barbara Castle MP talking to skipper of Danube VI at Tilbury.
 
 
 
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5th from left William Money
 
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Henry Samuel 'Harry Boy' Clarke, LT/KX 160325, Stoker RNPS aged 17. Harry was aged 20 when lost in the Empire Wold off Iceland 10-11-1944 and is remembered on the Lowestoft Naval Memorial. Photo courtesy Alan Hayes.
 
 

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