HMS Coventry D118 - Roll of Honour
Ship's crest
HMS COVENTRY

 Roll of Honour

This page last updated on Sunday 16th November 2014.

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

Marine Engineering Mechanic (Mechanical) 1

FRANK O. ARMES

Acting Chief Weapons Engineering Artificer

JOHN D. L. CADDY

Marine Engineering Artificer (Mechanical) 1

PAUL B. CALLUS (link)

Acting Petty Officer Catering Accountant

STEPHEN R. DAWSON

Stephen is commemorated with a headstone in St. Mary's Churchyard, West Butterwick, Lincolnshire and also on the local war memorial. West Butterwick CofE Primary School present the Stephen Dawson Achievement Award each year to the pupil who shows the best progress and achievement.

Acting Weapons Engineering Mechanic (Radio) 1

JOHN K. DOBSON

Petty Officer (Sonar)

MICHAEL G. FOWLER

Weapons Engineering Mechanic (Ordnance) 1

IAN P. HALL

Lieutenant

RODNEY R. HEATH

Laundryman

KYE BEN KWO

Acting Weapons Engineering Mechanician 1

DAVID J. A. OZBIRN

Lieutenant Commander

GLEN S. ROBINSON-MOLTKE

Leading Seaman Electronic Warfare

BERNARD J. STILL

Marine Engineering Artificer 2

GEOFFREY L. J. STOCKWELL

Acting Weapons Engineering Artificer 1

DAVID A. STRICKLAND

Able Seaman (Electronic Warfare)

ADRIAN D. SUNDERLAND

Marine Engineering Mechanic (Mechanical) 2

STEPHEN TONKIN

Acting Cook

IAN TURNBULL

Acting Weapons Engineering Artificer 2

PHILIP P. WHITE

Weapons Engineering Artificer (Apprentice)

IAN R. WILLIAMS

Marine Engineering Mechanic (Mechanical)

PAUL T. MILLS

Paul died on 29th March 1983 from a brain tumour caused by a skull fracture sustained during the the attack on 25th May 1982 - see here.


HMS Coventry memorial on Pebble Island
(Dickie Davies on the left, CPOMEA Graeme Hegge - Coventry crew in 1982 - on the right);
Dickie Davies/HMS Broadsword Association