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Ordinary Signalman J/30688 Maurice Frederick Hardinge

Royal Navy aboard HMS Newmarket
Died at Sea, Eastern Mediterranean, 17th July 1917, aged 18. His vessel was torpedoed by U-Boat UC-38

  • Commemorated: Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 25
  • Awarded British War and Victory Medals with two Good Conduct Stripes
  • Son of Gilbert and Bessie Alice Hardinge of 25 Coleshill Street, Atherstone
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Atherstone

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  • Born 1899 at Dulwich, London
  • Lived at 57 Elverscroft Road, Camberwell [1901]
  • Lived at 7 Stepaside, Mochdre, Nr Newtown, Wales [1911]
  • Was a schoolboy in 1911

    The Sinking of HMS Newmarket

    HMS Newmarket was an Auxillary Minesweeper which was torpedoed and sunk south of Nikaria Island, Aegean Sea by U-Boat UC-38 with the loss of 44 of her crew. 3 survivors was taken prisoner

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