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WE REMEMBER THOSE WHO WERE

KILLED IN ACTION ONE HUNDRED

YEARS AGO TODAY

HMS. C.29

29th August 1915

Under the command of Lt William Schofield. HMS. C.29 was one of 38 C. Class submarines and was assigned to the 7th Flotilla Rosyth based. Its duties were to be towed by a Trawler which was acting as bait for German raiders, on the 29th of August while on anti-U-boat patrol with the trawler Ariadne, C29 was submerged and in telephone contact with the Ariadne when an underwater explosion occurred, the assumption being that C29 had hit a mine with the loss of all hands. 2 officers and 15 ratings.

After the loss of the C-29 the trawler/submarine operations were discontinued.

AHERN ANDREW A Able Seaman

BIGNELL FREDERICK WALTER F W Petty Officer Stoker

CHAMBERS FREDERICK GORDON F G Leading Stoker

DARBY EDWARD JAMES E J Able Seaman

EVANS TIM EVELYN T E Sub-Lieutenant

FAUX WILLIAM HENRY W H Leading Stoker

GIBSON ROBERT CHRISTOPHER R C Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class

HOBBS CHARLES ERNEST C E Able Seaman

JOHNSTON JOHN J Stoker 1st Class

LANE GEORGE ERNEST G E Able Seaman

MOORE FREDERICK GEORGE F G Engine Room Artificer 4th Class

MULLINS THOMAS REGINALD T R Able Seaman

NORRIS LOUIS GEORGE L G Petty Officer

SCHOFIELD WILLIAM RICHARD W R Lieutenant

SINCLAIR ARCHIBALD MCVICAR A M Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class

SMITH ARTHUR HENRY A H Leading Seaman

WATSON HAROLD FREDERICK H F Boy Telegraphist

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