Distinguished Old Framlinghamians
Framlingham is rooted in the county of Suffolk, but Framlinghamians have spanned the world from the age of Empire, through times of conflict and into the modern era, in pursuit of trade and adventure. There are those who have made their mark in business, sports, academics, as artists and writers, in agriculture, in the services, the media and in the world of entertainment. You can learn about them here, and you can nominate additions.
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He served in WW1 in Royal Nay, rising to the rank of Commander and was in command of HMS Scourge during the... Read more
He served in WW1 in Royal Nay, rising to the rank of Commander and was in command of HMS Scourge during the Gallipoli Landing – se attached picture. While later serving on HMS Comet, he was awarded on 21 February 1919, the Albert Medal for gallantry in saving life at sea (later replaced by the George Cross). See the long and interesting citation. He died on 14 November 1952.Read less
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