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O'DOWD, Brian Patrick (Revised 18/09/2018)
OGILVY, Alexander Eaton (Revised 04/10/2018)
OLNEY, Charles William (Revised 05/11/2018)
OLNEY, Stanley (Revised 05/11/2018)
ORANGE, Myers * (Revised 18/09/2018)
OSBORNE, Catherine ("Kitty") Christabel * (Revised 18/09/2018)
OSBORNE, Charles Victor * (Revised 18/09/2018)
OSBORNE, Victoria Christine * (Revised 18/09/2018)
OSBORNE, Wendy Kay * (Revised 18/09/2018)
OSBORNE, Dennis Harold * (Revised 13/04/2018)
OXLADE, Francis * (Revised 13/04/2018)
* = Not included in the Book of Remembrance for reasons unknown.
"Not just to-day but every day in silence we will remember."
Greenwich Course: Grade 2At the end of his tour, on 16 January 1937, Alexander was promoted to lieutenant.
Seamanship: Grade 2
Navigation: Grade 2
Gunnery: Grade 3
Torpedo: Grade 3
On the left of the entrance to the Lady Chapel there was a beautifully carved wooden statue of St. Peter with Bible in hand and from his belt hung the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven. Above the figure hung an oil lamp. The Memorial was given in memory of a Naval Officer and his sister. I am sorry that I cannot remember their names, but at the foot of the figure carved in wood was a Naval badge as seen on a Naval Officer's peak cap.