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    Doc Vernon

    Re: Charles Golding Cooper

    Hello Jean
    Thank you for listing your Dads Details and Ships.
    Can you tell what you are actually after please!
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    Andrew Parke

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    Hi

    I remember you. I seem to think you were quite keen on visiting a church in the Mississippi area. I have a picture of you with the Second

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    Andy McArthur

    Re: Andy McArthur

    Hi Alan,

    Thanks for your detailed post.

    I arrived in Halifax with David Grimes to take over the ship and the crew followed a

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    Rodney Mills

    Re: By royal appointment

    Johno.

    I would assume it all would depend if he Maj, is amused or not.

    Cheers, Rodders

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    jeannieb

    Charles Golding Cooper

    SHIPS NAME AND SERVICE RECORD

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    Ian Malcolm

    Re: The Perils of the Gibraltar Convoy Route

    Extracted from my book, SHIPPING COMPANY LOSSES OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR, BOOK II.

    CERVANTES (Captain Henry A. Fraser). Sailed from Lisbon

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    Charles Golding Cooper

    Thread Starter: jeannieb

    SHIPS NAME AND SERVICE RECORD

    Full Name
    Charles Golding Cooper
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    Department
    Catering
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    Doc Vernon

    The Perils of the Gibraltar Convoy Route

    Thread Starter: Doc Vernon

    A convoy of 22 merchant ships left England on the night of 14th September 1941 for Gibraltar, in the convoy were four ships from the General Steam Navigation

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    Keith at Tregenna

    Toilet Humor

    Thread Starter: Keith at Tregenna

    While we all agree that toilet humour is best left for, well, the toilet, sometimes it’s just too good to resist! For anyone who enjoys diving,

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    Keith Tindell

    training deck hands

    Thread Starter: Keith Tindell

    From time to time we hear from people on this site, enquiring how they can get a position at sea. I have looked on the Trinity House web site, and they

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    Robert George Young

    Everard ships from Liverpool

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    Just wondered where their voyages would have taken them to...dad took this photo...wonder where it could have been...probably around 1955

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    Crew List!?.

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