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  1. rachel harvey July 29, 2018 / 12:11 pm

    Hi My name is Rachel Harvey, my x2 Great Grandfather John Sutton was aboard the RMS Leinster when it was torpedoed and sank.  His body was never recovered.   I live in St Asaph, Denbighshire, and my parents live in Abergele, Conwy, which is where John Sutton was living, although he was originally from Chester.  We are all intending to come to the memorial and have already taken a drive out to Holyhead to do a ‘reckie’ as my Dad has some mobility issues and we wanted to understand what requirements he may need.  We are all excited to be able to be a part of this memorial and it’s only in the past 5 years we have become aware of the tragedy.  My Great Uncle is also hoping to attend the memorial from Cornwall, his late wife was the granddaughter of John Sutton. I have attached a photograph of John, his family gravestone and a photo of his wife and grandson (my grandfather) who was born 3 months after the sinking and was named after his grandfather John.  My Dad and brother have in turn also been named after John Sutton. We will be proud to represent him and the other members of our family at the memorial. Yours sincerely,  Rachel Harvey

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  2. Ken Surgey July 31, 2018 / 9:03 pm

    Dear Sir With reference to your e-mail dated 25th July i wish to inform you of the following:- My name is Kenneth Richards Surgey I was born in Stanley Street Holyhead on 2nd April 1934 and I am the oldest surviving Grandchild of Edward Salisbury Moors who was lost at sea in the sinking of the RMS Leinster in 1918. I have been kept informed of the commemoration arrangements by my cousin Norman Williams of Holyhead. My wife and I are planning to attend the commemoration in October in Holyhead.

    sincerely

    K R Surgey

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    • rmsleinster100 July 31, 2018 / 9:21 pm

      Dear Ken, thank you for confirming you and your wife’s attendance. We look forward to meeting you in October. Best regards, Barry Hillier.

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