Graham Henry Stokes DSC, RN
|Born ||8 Sep 1902|
|Died ||22 Aug 1969||(66)|
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|30 May 1923|| ||S.Lt.|
|30 May 1925|| ||Lt.|
|30 May 1933|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
|30 Jun 1938|| ||Cdr.|
|30 Jun 1942|| ||Capt.|
|8 Jan 1952|| ||Rear-Admiral|
Retired: 8 Sep 1954
Warship Commands listed for Graham Henry Stokes, RN
|HMS Mackay (D 70)||Cdr.||Destroyer||26 Sep 1939||1 May 1940|
|HMS Mackay (D 70)||Cdr.||Destroyer||10 Jun 1940||15 Oct 1940|
|HMS Sikh (F 82)||Cdr.||Destroyer||25 Oct 1940||3 Feb 1942|
|HMS Colossus (15)||Capt.||Aircraft Carrier||26 Jul 1944||mid 1946|
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17 Jan 1940
HMS Mackay (Cdr G.H. Stokes, RN) picks up 48 survivors from the British merchant Cairnross that was sunk after hitting a mine laid on 6 January 1940 by German U-boat U-30 seven nautical miles bearing 276 from the Bar Light vessel, Liverpool in position 53°32'N, 03°27'W.
Destroyer HMS Sikh (F 82)
23 Jun 1941
HMS Sikh (Cdr. G.H. Stokes, RN) picks up 21 survivors from the Swedish merchant Calabria, which had been torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-141 off Inishtrahull Lightship.
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