For Posterity's Sake
A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project
In memory of those who have Crossed the Bar
STEVENS, John Franklin - After the war John established himself in a career in real-estate. He passed away in Halifax in 1972.
Ships served in:
RCN BARRACKS HALIFAX - Appointed to RCN Barracks Halifax For Training or Disposal 21 Aug 1940 as a A/SLt, RCNVR (Navy List Aug 1940)
HMCS CARTIER - Appointed to Cartier 19 Sep 1940 as a SLt, RCNVR
HMCS CHARNY - Appointed to Charny 18 Jul 1941 as a SLt, RCNVR (Navy List Jan 1942)
ML Q074 - Appointed to Q074 01 Jun 1942 as a SLt, RCNVR
HMCS ANNAPOLIS - Appointed to Annapolis 03 Sep 1942 as a Lt, RCNVR (seniority 21 Aug 1942) (Navy List Sep 1942)
ML Q082 - Appointed to Q082 25 Aug 1943 as a Lt, RCNVR, CO (Navy List Feb 1944). Appointed to Q082 26 Jan 1944 as a Lt, RCNVR, CO. Served as CO 25 Aug 1943 - 09 Jan 1944 and 26 Jan 1944 - 25 Sep 1944. (Macpherson-Burgess - Ships of Canada's Naval Forces 1910-1981) Seniority backdated 21 Aug 1942 (Navy List May 1944)
HMCS KINGS - Appointed to Kings 20 Feb 1944 for Short "N" Course as a Lt, RCNVR (Navy List Feb 1944). Note: he was listed as the CO of Q082 while on the Short "N" Course.
HMCS VENTURE - Appointed to Venture 23 Oct 1944 as a Lt, RCNVR (Navy List Nov 1944)
HMCS STADACONA (Depot Ship Halifax), Staff of Capt D. - Appointed to Staff of Capt D. 30 Oct 1944 as a Lt, RCNVR (Navy List Jan 1945)
HMCS LLOYD GEORGE - Appointed to Lloyd George 15 Feb 1945 as a Lt, RCNVR (ref ??) // Served as CO 24 Feb 1945 - 08 May 1945 (Macpherson/Burgess - Ships of Canada's Naval Forces 1910-1981)