Where Once They Sailed

Newfoundland Reserve, 1902-1914

George Stringer among first NL casualties

HMS Bayano carries Caplin Cove’s son to a watery grave

Tragic loss on ill-fated RMS Laurentic

A highly trained Southwest Arm reservist

Gunner loses his life one day after the Great War Ends

John Hiscock was lost on the HMS Invincible

Remembering our local Royal Newfoundland Regiment

Martha’s Crucifix comforts her throughout the War

Part 1: Stories of adventure, mystery and intrigue encourages Peddle brothers to enlist

Part 2: Anticipating his brother’s arrival at Grimsby Dock

Avery Brothers contribute 19 years of naval service

Brothers seek work in the Big Apple after the Great War

Random’s story of two survivors from the loss of Laurentic

Oldest brother patrols water of Caribbean, while newly enlisted brothers serve overseas

George’s Cove reservist spends 15 years on the high seas

Little Heart’s Ease sends 11 men to war

Sailor’s wife dies one month before the great war

Loreburn’s only war veteran

The two brothers who joined the Navy

Lewis, Eldred, Mark and Peter sign-up for war

One son is transferred overseas while the other sails the waters of the Caribbean

Two eldest Smith brothers go to war

Edgar and Isaac Smith, Island Cove

Seaman Nathan Pond of Pool’s Island

The boys of Queen’s Cove

The Lamberts of Fox Harbour Serve King and Country

The Avery Brothers of Fox Harbour

Thomas and Mary Ann Smith’s sons serve overseas

Isaac and Lucinda’s sons of Fox Harbour served their King and Country

Seaman William Thomas Dodge of Hillview

Fisherman enlisted with Royal Naval Reservist Summons to War

Samuel Martin and Solomon Green were the youngest sons

Seaman Joseph Bursey

What happened to Seaman Edgar Soper?