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Le Feuvre, E T

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Tower Hill Mercantile Marine Memorial, London


Edward Thomas Le Feuvre

Second Mate Edward Thomas Le Feuvre
S.S. "Glenfruin" (Glasgow)

Son of the late Edward and Mary Le Feuvre. Husband of Mary Jane Le Feuvre, of 83, Grange Gardens, Cardiff. Born in Jersey.

Killed, aged 56 years

Glenfruin was a British Cargo Steamer of 3,097 tons built in 1904 by A Rodger & Company, Port Glasgow, Yard No 376 for Easton, Greig & Co., Glasgow. On the 26th January 1918 she was sighted in the Bay of Biscay when on passage from Seriphos for Ardrossan with a cargo of iron ore. Her loss later attributed to sinking by the German submarine UC-31

Commemorated on
Jersey Mercantile Marine Memorial at Jersey Maritime Museum

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record