ALBERT VICTOR STUBBS

Born: 1916, Ipswich.

Died on or since: 9th October 1943; age: 28.

Residence: 10, Bucklesham Road, Ipswich.

Rank: Lieutenant.

Regiment: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, H.M.S. ‘Panther.’

9th Oct Bombarded shipping at Kalymos.
Under attack by dive bombers south of Scarpanto Strait. Received two direct hits and four near misses.
Sank quickly with heavy loss of life after breaking in two in position 35.48 N  27.30E.
33 of ship’s company were killed.
Memorial Reference:

Panel 80, Column 1.

Portsmouth Naval Memorial,

Portsmouth,

Hampshire.

 

Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Albert Victor & May Gertrude Stubbs; husband of Dorothy Olive Stubbs, of Bagshot, Surrey.

Image from 1915 Suffolk Chronicle & Mercury newspaper.

Father: Albert Victor Stubbs, born 1883, Ipswich – died in the First World War at sea, on board the ‘Royal Edward’ following a torpedo attack by enemy submarine, on the 13th August 1915. Albert was ranked a Private, service number 136, of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Territorial Force, East Anglian Casualty Clearing Station. Albert is remembered on the Helles Memorial, Turkey.

Mother: Mary Gertrude Harvey, born 1886, Forest Gate, London.

 

In 1940, Ipswich, Albert married Dorothy Olive Steward, born October 1915, Erpingham, Norfolk. A Registered Nurse, at the East Suffolk & Ipswich Hospital.

They had 1 son.

 

Probate to William Charles Frederick Brundell, a Solicitor.

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