HMS Coventry D118 - Guestbook
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This page last updated on Sunday 16th November 2014.

HMS Coventry Summer 1981 Newsletter
Four Weeks in May
Sea of Fire
Penguin News

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Jim Hendy

United Kingdom

posted: 05.06.2003 13:20

Great site keep up the good work, May 25 is always a sad, but perhaps contradictory, a proud day. As I remember all those lost and in particular WEA/A Ian \"Stumpy\" Williams. I believe one of very few Apprentices lost in active service.

God bless you all


Faye Claridge

United Kingdom

posted: 29.05.2003 14:39


I\'m writing to see if you can add a link on your site to the Local History section on the BBC Coventry and Warwickshire website: ry/index.shtml

The material is really special and includes exclusive online films, never heard before audio clips and a wealth of photographs. We cover Coventry and Warwickshire and have a special focus on World War Two.

Please contact me if you have any questions about how else you can get involved. Thanks.
Glenda Dawson-Hauer


posted: 25.05.2003 15:02

Just found the web site. Thinking of you all today but especially remembering my brother APO/CA Stephen Dawson.

United Kingdom

posted: 20.05.2003 09:19

Inew frank armes who was killed on HMS COVENTRY great bloke and school mate he went in the navy and me the army, never will i forget my mate from norwich rest in peace frank your mate from norwich ALAN ROGERS.
AB(R)martin "BUSTER" Brow

United Kingdom

posted: 17.05.2003 17:53

anybody remember me?3Q Mess