Douglas Royal Navy Casualties - World War 1


memorial to DWS Douglas
Lieut-Commander David William Shafto Douglas, Royal Navy
H.M.S. "Black Prince."
Date of Death: 31/05/1916
Location of plaque: St Giles High Kirk, Edinburgh


DOUGLAS, Adrian G, Able Seaman, J 11070 (Po), Raglan, 20 January 1918, ship lost

DOUGLAS, Albert, Able Seaman, J 37910 (Dev), Roxburgh, 14 July 1918, illness

DOUGLAS, Alexander, Seaman, RNR, B 4471, Tern, 23 February 1915, ship lost

DOUGLAS, Alfred J, Stoker 1c, K 4408 (Po), E.3, submarine, 18 October 1914, ship lost

DOUGLAS, Alfred S, Stoker 1c, K 15466 (Ch), Aboukir, 22 September 1914, ship lost

DOUGLAS, Charles, Able Seaman, MMR, (service number not listed), Gransha, mercantile fleet auxiliary, 11 December 1916, illness

DOUGLAS, David W S, Lieutenant Commander, Black Prince, 31 May 1916, Jutland, ship lost

DOUGLAS, Duncan C, Seaman, RNR, 8628 A, Malaya, 31 May 1916, Jutland, surface action

DOUGLAS, Francis E, Electrical Artificer 1c, RNVR, Clyde 1/55, Vanguard, 9 July 1917, ship lost

DOUGLAS, Frank, Private, RMLI, 19888 (Ch), Newcastle, 2 April 1918, died in UK

DOUGLAS, Frank, Private, RMLI (RFR B 850), 11044 (Ch), Clan MacNaughton, 3 February 1915, ship lost

DOUGLAS, George, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 3265, RND, Anson Battalion, 28 September 1918, France, killed ??

DOUGLAS, George, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 3265, RND, Anson Battalion, 28 September 1916, France, killed ??

DOUGLAS, Harry, Leading Boatman (Coast Guard), 167405, Pembroke, 24 March 1917, illness

DOUGLAS, James, Ordinary Seaman, J 34988 (Po), Princess Irene, 27 May 1915, ship lost

DOUGLAS, James B, Stoker 1c, SS 116179, Penn, 10 October 1918, illness

DOUGLAS, James S, Ty/Lieutenant Commander, RNVR, RNAS Longship Airship Station, 18 December 1916, illness in UK

DOUGLAS, Joseph, Stoker, RNR, S 6263, Vivid, 7 August 1916, drowned

DOUGLAS, Matthew, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 4614, RND, Howe Battalion, 16 November 1916, France, DOI

DOUGLAS, Oscar R, Ordinary Seaman, J 47668 (Po), Paragon, 18 March 1917, ship lost

DOUGLAS, Samuel, Able Seaman, 226243 (Dev), Magic, 10 April 1918, mined

DOUGLAS, Thomas C, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 4514, RND, Anson Battalion, 21 August 1918, France, killed

DOUGLAS, Thomas R, Cabin Boy, MMR, 939016, Guiana, 29 January 1918, ship lost

DOUGLAS, William, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, RND, Howe Battalion, 26 October 1917, France, killed

DOUGLAS, William, Sapper, Army, 200095, RND, 247th Field Company, RE (Army), 22 March 1918, France, killed

DOUGLAS, William J, Stoker 2c, K 21257 (Dev), Amphion, 6 August 1914, ship lost

DOUGLASS, Alfred R, Telegraphist, RNVR, Tyneside Z 9324, Stonecrop, 18 September 1917, ship lost

DOUGLASS, James, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 384, Nelson Battalion, RND, 13 July 1915, Gallipoli

DOUGLASS, Percy C D, Act/Ty/Flight Commander, Royal Naval Air Service, 10 December 1917, air crash in Greece, DOI

DOUGLASS, William D, Able Seaman, RNVR, Tyneside Z 624, Hood Battalion, RND, 6 May 1915, Gallipoli

Harry's graveMemorial in Portsmouth War Graves
Milton Cemetery

See also:

  • RN casualties between the wars
  • World War 2 casualties

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