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Owen Patton

Owen Patton.

Owen GangesOwen served on the Devonshire prior to being drafted to HMS Hood. Sadly Owen,lost his life when “Hood was sunk by the German Battleship “Bismark”, on 24th May 1941. From a complement of 1418 men, only three, Of the 1,418 crew,survived. (Ted Briggs (1923–2008), Robert Ernest Tilburn (1921–1995) and William John Dundas (1921–1965)


Dev Football Team

Photograph details; HMS Devonshire Football Team,
Winners of the Mediterranean Cruisers Boys Football Cup 1935-36.

Back row:  T Conelius (Capt), R. White, A. Mears, C. Jaques, J. Cooper, W. Shackleton, W.Shaw
Middle row: P.O Price. Capt Thompson RN, LtCdr Warrand RN, P.O Manley
Front row; O.Patton, H. Barnes, A. Toogood, P. Sked

Owen Paton XmasThe photograph of Owen and pal could possibly have been taken at Christmas,when the youngest aboard ship assumes the roll as officer and the Captain serves  up the Ships Company Lunch! So could Owen have been the youngest on Devonshire?


Chrismas Card from Owen to his motherXmas card2

One Response to Owen Patton

  1. owen patton

    June 5, 2017 at 17:43

    shame i never met him was named after him.

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