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The Tower Hill memorial commemorates the men from the Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleets who have no known grave and died during the two world wars.  The memorial can be found close to the Tower of London on the south side of Trinity Square.  


The men who died during the WW1 are listed in the covered, vaulted corridor.  The men who died during WW2 are listed on bronze panels in a sunken garden.  All names are arranged in alphabetical order under the names of the ships that they were lost on.

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At the bottom of Panel 49 are the names of the captain and two crew:

Fort Longueuil


Edwards G.C.     Master

Ali J.

Ali M.



Photographs by Peter Cole

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