HMS Bittern

HMS Bittern

William Cecil Hoadley, the brother of one of the Exchequer & Audit Department men, died aboard the HMS Bittern when it was struck by SS Kenilworth in thick fog on 4 April 1918. This community remembers William and his shipmates.

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  • Profile picture for William Cecil Hoadley

    Born 1898

    Died 1918

    Royal Navy Midshipman Royal Naval Reserve

    Royal Navy Midshipman Royal Naval Reserve - HMS Bittern

  • Born 1887

    Died 1918

    Royal Navy Lieutenant Royal Naval Reserve H.M.S. "Bittern."

    Royal Navy 873 Temporary Lieutenant Royal Naval Reserve - HMS Bittern

  • Born 1898

    Died 1918

    Royal Navy 7508TS Trimmer Royal Naval Reserve

    Royal Navy TS 7508 Trimmer Royal Naval Reserve - HMS Bittern

  • Born 1899

    Died 1918

    Royal Navy 7570TS Trimmer Royal Naval Reserve

    Royal Navy TS 7570 Trimmer Royal Naval Reserve

    Royal Navy 7570TS Trimmer Royal Naval Reserve - HMS Bittern

  • Born 1897

    Died 1918

    Royal Navy J25398 HMS Bittern

  • Born 1870

    Died 1918

    Royal Navy Stoker Petty Officer

    Royal Navy 278853 Chief Stoker HMS Bittern

  • Profile picture for Philip William Baker

    Born 1879

    Died 1918

    Royal Navy 183187 Chief Petty Officer HMS Bittern

  • Born 1889

    Died 1918

    Royal Navy 235970 Petty Officer Stoker HMS Bittern

    Royal Navy 235970 Petty Officer HMS Bittern