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Frederick Arthur Henry Webb

 

RCNVR

 

Chief Petty Officer Torpedo Gunner's Mate, RCN

 

Lieutenant Commander, RCN

 

Born: 1912          Died: 30 Mar 1992, Victoria, BC

 

WEBB, Frederick Arthur Henry - joined the RCNVR in 1932 as an Ordinary Seaman and served in HMCS Armentieres. In 1938 he transferred to the RCN serving in HMCS Ottawa, HMCS Skeena, HMCS Restigouche, HMCS Athabaskan, HMCS Fort Erie and HMS Glory. He was appointed as a CPO Torpedo Gunner's Mate,  Commissioned from the ranks (CFR) in 1949, he later served at HMS Vernon, HMCS Naden, HMCS Stadacona and in HMCS Beacon Hill and HMCS Fraser. He retired on 27 Jun 1965.

 

Ships served in:

HMCS ARMENTIERES

HMCS OTTAWA

HMCS SKEENA

HMCS RESTIGOUCHE

HMCS ATHABASKAN

HMCS FORT ERIE

HMS GLORY

HMCS BEACON HILL

HMCS FRASER

 

 

Officers training course at HMS Vernon, UK 1949

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(1) Frederick Webb, RCN  (2) Unknown  (3) Jim Tovell, RN  (4) Bob Middleton, RCN  (5) Dave Hurl, RCN  (6) Butch Butchart , RCN  (7) unknown

 

 

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