KILLED IN ACTION ON FRIDAY 17th OCTOBER 1919
Petty Officer John Stephen Stroud
Able Seaman Charles W. Broad
Able Seaman Lewis T.E. Gillingwater
Able Seaman Percy J.Almond
Able Seaman George W.Lowe
Ord.Seaman James W.Sleath
Boy 1st class William R.H.Trett
Boy 1st class Alfred J.Payne
Ord.Seaman William Larn died later of his wounds.
5 others were wounded:
Sub Lieut.Leofric T Sims-Williams "Dangerously" wounded
Able Seaman Walter J. Norman "severely"
Able Seaman William J.Andrews "severely"
Boy 1st Class Herbert J.Gilbert "slightly"
Petty Officer John W.Pearce "very slightly"
On Saturday 18th October, Sub Lieut Williams and 3 of the wounded ratings were discharged to the "Princess Margaret".
The bodies of the 9 ratings were "committed to the deep" in the Gulf of Riga