-H.M.S. Hood Crew Information-
H.M.S. Hood Rolls of Honour
Memorials to Men Lost in the Sinking of Hood, 24th May 1941

Updated 07-Mar-2010

This page contains a listing the 1415 men who were lost when Hood was sunk on 24th May, 1941
Click on any of the men's names to view their individual memorial pages.

We will remember them

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Click on any name to access the man's individual memorial page
   





James Felix O Connell
Petty Officer
P/JX 143771
Age 27
Home town: Camlough





Leslie Stanley David O Leary
Stoker 1st Class
P/KX 96062
Age 21
Home town: Haslemere





Owen O Neil
Ordinary Seaman
P/JX 162660
Age 18
Home town: Flint





Dennis Patrick O Reilly
Stoker 2nd Class
P/KX 113104
Age 19
Home town: Senghenydd





Patrick Charles O Rourke
Leading Seaman
P/JX 126715
Age 31
Home town: Cosham





Reginald George Henry Oborne
Petty Officer Steward
P/L 14432
Age 38
Home town: Laverstock





Robert Ogden
Able Seaman
P/JX 127622
Age 30
Home town: Stock's Farm, Haydock





Arthur Oldershaw
Leading Stoker
P/KX 91342
Age 22
Home town: Harborne





Ronald McCann Olive
Cook (O)
P/MX 62304
Age 22
Home town: Southampton





Walter John Orrell
Marine
PO/X 100578
Age 23
Home town: Coventry





Jack Ovenden
Canteen Assistant
NAAFI
Age 17
Home town: Deal





Harold Owen
Petty Officer
P/J 110958
Age 32
Home town: Woolwich





George Edward Mills Owens
Lieutenant-Commander
N/A
Age 32