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A/S John Langlands Paterson

A/S John Langlands Paterson

Birth
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Metropolitan Borough of Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England
Death 13 Apr 1917 (aged 18–19)
At Sea
Burial Cabra, County Dublin, Ireland
Plot Cenotaph, Panel 2 [Screen Wall]
Memorial ID 100157622 · View Source
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Tyneside Z/9497
Able Seaman John Langlands Paterson.
The Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
S.S. "Bandon".

Son of Mrs. Paterson, of 106, Corbridge Street, Byker, Northumberland.

Commemorated on a panel at Grangegorman Memorial.
Buried in Castlehaven Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

SS Bandon was sunk on Friday 13 April 1917, enroute to Cork from Liverpool with general cargo. She sank 5km off Mine Head, Co. Waterford.
The vessel was owned by the City of Cork Steam Packet Company.
Commanded by Capt. P.F. Kelly, she had a crew of 28, of whom only 4 including the captain survived.
She was hit by a torpedo from UC-44


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  • Created by: John
  • Added: 4 Nov 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 100157622
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for A/S John Langlands Paterson (1898–13 Apr 1917), Find A Grave Memorial no. 100157622, citing Grangegorman Memorial, Cabra, County Dublin, Ireland ; Maintained by John (contributor 47032041) .