Able Seaman Edward Alan Ellison

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Rank Able Seaman
Forenames Edward Alan
Surname Ellison
Initials E A
Place of Birth Unknown
Date of Birth Unknown
Date of Death Tuesday, 13 June 1944
Age 18
Nationality British
Residence or Entered Service From Unknown
Service Number PJX 390000
Force Royal Navy
Service/Corps/Regiment Royal Navy
Unit / Ship / Battalion / Squadron His Majesty's Landing Craft Tank (HMLCT) 967
Military Honours and Awards
Place of Burial/Commemoration PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Roll of honour
Grave/Memorial Location Panel 82, Column 1.
Previous Place(s) of Burial Lost at Sea
Epitaph NO EPITAPH
Family Details SON OF BERNARD ELLISON, AND OF MARGERY E. ELLESON, OF EAST WITTERING, SUSSEX.

Additional Information

 

 

Able Seaman Edward Alan Ellison was one of 8 men killed, onboard His Majesty's Landing Craft Tank (HMLCT) 967 when it was mined and sunk on Tuesday the 13th June 1944.

 

There is conflicting information on where the landing craft was built.1 It is not presently known where, precisely, it was sunk off the Normandy coastline.2

 

 

References
1. The Clyde Built Ships website state that Landing Craft Tank 967, a steel motor vessel, was built by Arrol & Co Ltd, Glasgow in 1942. uboat.net website state that Landing Craft Tank (Mk 4) 967, was ordered on 13 November 1942 and built by A. Findlay (Old Kirkpatrick, Scotland, United Kingdom).
2. As of January 2015.

 

Acknowledgements and Credits
Source of original data: Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Memorial photograph: Carl Shilleto
Cross marker photograph:  
Individual photograph:  
Additional photographs provided by:  
Additional information provided by: Carl Shilleto

 

 

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