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Hearts of Oak

 

 

12th December 1917

 

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Prisoners of War of  S.S. CORDOVA

 

Admiralty Reports vessel sunk and the master and crew taken.

Merchant Seamen taken prisoner on the 12th December 1917.

Held at Brandenburg.

 

Captain WARD, C  H, Age 42, Place of birth Sunderland

 

ANDERSON, Charley, 29, Finland

ANDERSON, G, 24, Finland

BAILLIE, William, 53, South Shields

BESSENSEN, Harold, 21, Cape Town

BURLINSON, James, 50 Sunderland [transferred to Switzerland 1918]

DAVISON, John, 36, Sunderland

CLEARY, James, 39, Rochdale

FORSTER,  L  E, 24, Durham

GARDLUND, O, 42, Sweden

HABBERSHAW, A, 29, Hull

HARRISON, Thomas D, 43, Houghton Le Spring

HENDERSON, John Murray, 60, Aberdeen

JACOBSSON, John Leonard, 31, Sweden

McBAY, James, 35

MILLER,  J , 44, London

KARNUP, Edward, 21, Russia

KELLY, John, 49, Sligo [transferred to Switzerland 1918]

LEVITT, James W, 28, West Hartlepool

PRIOR, G H, 60, Portsmouth

SCOTT, J V, 16, South Shields

THORNTON, Lewis, 19, Bradford

TIHTERS, J, 30, Riga

 

There is also a 1918 reference to William MILLER, Fireman, Deceased

 

 

 

 



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