|Death: ||Jan. 16, 1945|
Lost at sea but remembered on this family headstone.
He was Chief Petty Officer D/JX 140144 in the British Royal Navy serving aboard His Majesty's Submarine "PORPOISE" ( a mine laying submarine).
Whilst laying mines off Penang they came under enemy attack and were sunk. There were no survivors. The Captain of the "PORPOISE" was Lieutenant Commander H.B. TURNER, DSC RN.
In the grave are his parents Hugh BRENNAN who died April 16th 1949 and Annie BRENNAN who died May 21st 1955.
Also in the grave is a Thomas BRENNAN who was accidentally killed on January 11th 1952 and a James Noel BRENNAN who died January 1st 1967.
CPO James BRENNAN is remembered on the Plymouth Naval Memorial - Panel 93 Column 3.
Derry City Cemetery
County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Created by: bob dennis
Record added: Mar 07, 2008
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