Liverpool Retired Merchant Seafarers

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to post messages on topics related to the Port of Liverpool and the Maritime Community. 
The Liverpool Retired Merchant Seafarers use this web site and forum as their means of 
sending and receiving news of events and platform for research. The LRMS meet every 
Thursday afternoon in the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool . It is a great venue for mess 
room talk and swinging the lamp.  Gerry Myles ( Secretary & Treasurer)  

Pay us a visit... you may meet old ship mates.

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photos and memories

hello my name is alan murray , i am painting banners using old photos of merchant seamen and navy sailors, i would be interested in any old photos, stories or good contact details for groups that might be of help e-mail me at artworks@dingleonline.org.uk

Re: Young sailor drowned in New Plymouth

Hello from New Zealand, Our Mick sends me your magazine and I pass it on. With regard to the young lad off the British Monarch who drowned. I've done a bit of asking around and a lady at the Museum in New Plymouth was very helpful, but we needed a date. Our Mick never got back to me with one, but the lady in New Plymouth kept trying and lo and behold here it is. This is his death notice as it appeared in the Taranaki Herald.
CRAMMAN,Robert Ian. - (Result of a drowning accident.) At New Plymouth, on Tuesday, March 4, 1958, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Cramman, Gourock, Scotland, aged 18 years.
The funeral will leave from St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Liardet Street, New Plymouth, to morrow, Thursday, March 6, for Te Henui Cemetery at the conclusion of a service commencing at 3:15 p.m. Friends please accept this intimation.

The funeral directors where, VOSPER 7 HINGSTON LTD. and they are still in business to day.
Best wishes to you all in the Pool, Peter