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John Glover
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My father (Albert Joseph Thomas Charles Glover (also knows as Bob!) served on Relentless from 43-45 as a telegraphist. He passed away in December 2000.
Tuesday, January 10 2017 - 03:16 PM
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Mike Dewberry
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i have been reading a lot about Relentless trying to find any mention of my father who served on her date unknown as he passed away in 1987 aged 59 i woul love to hear from anyone who served with him my fathers name was Ronald Percy Reginald Dewberry
Thursday, January 05 2017 - 03:12 PM
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adam
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hi just researching my grandad Les Robson just wondering if anyone remembers him carnt find hes name but was defenatly on the relentless as a gunner in the 40s or 50s
Wednesday, December 28 2016 - 07:21 PM
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Mike Watts
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I've just been reading Geoffrey Waterson's accounts of life on the Relentless during WWII, you can fin
d them at BBC history ww2peopleswar
My late dad, John Watts (gunner), told me stories that are very close indeed to Geoffrey's accounts. He also told me that the German cooks picked up after having their ship sunk, baked some really fantastic bread for the crew as they had brought a few supplies with them...
Friday, May 27 2016 - 12:57 PM
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Lily Broom
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Hi I have just obtained my dad's service record and her served on HMS Relentless from 1st April 1954 to !st April 1955 I wonder if any one remembers Ted Pierce - Edward Stephan George Pierce AB. He joined the RN in June 1948 and served until 14 December 1955.... Thank you
Friday, April 22 2016 - 04:42 PM
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Steve Newton
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Hi Wayne, you are correct and I believe they are both named in the crew list. I'll email you directly.
Friday, April 15 2016 - 09:21 PM
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Wayne Inman
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Hi I was just wondering whether you have lists of people who served during ww2 . I'm not sure if my late dad and uncle served aboard relentless has I remember the name and them talking about the mutiny . Their names were John and Joseph Inman regards
Friday, April 15 2016 - 03:07 PM
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David Pledger
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I came across the website entirely by accident and so glad I did.
I met and married my wife whilst on Relentless's, last commission, the galley made our wedding cake and my best man was the EA.
I would like to come to the Reunion in November (What is the form there?) and I will join the Association.
Cheers
David Pledger
Saturday, April 09 2016 - 07:18 PM
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jim glass
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Re the photo of Relentless on latest email. I was a seaman on the ship during 1952-53 based at Londonderry. I never saw any of the flotilla moored, they were always tied up alongside, often two abreast. There was no number on the funnel, only the 3rd TS emblem, the red hand of Ulster. I feel this photo must have been taken much earlier and are you sure that it was at Londonderry and in the 50s?
Saturday, March 26 2016 - 02:55 PM
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Marc
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Hi Bob, I will try and paste here, if not would you supply an address...Marc
Saturday, December 26 2015 - 12:13 PM
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