Hon. Rupert Digby
Although not having served in the Royal Navy,
Rupert has an impeccable connection with HMS Cossack.
He is the grandson of Rear Admiral Robert St. V. Sherbrooke, VC, CB, DSO
Commanding Officer of HMS Cossack at the 2nd Battle of Narvik.
Later, in 1942, as Captain of HMS Onslow he was to be awarded the Victoria Cross for action against a much superior force whilst on Russian convoys.
He survived serious wounds from the action and went on to be promoted to Rear Admiral and also served as Flag Officer Germany
Peter Served on HMS Cossack (D57) during 1952
as a Petty Officer Writer.
Son of W A Edinborough (O/S) who was killed whilst serving on HMS Cossack (LO3) in 1941
ARCHIVIST & dual WEBSITE/NEWSLETTER EDITOR
Keith served as a Lt Cdr (SCC) in the RNR for many years
He’s the Son of Geoffrey Batchelor who survived the sinking of HMS Cossack (LO3) in 1941.
Hon. SECRETARY, TREASURER &
dual WEBSITE/NEWSLETTER EDITOR
Daughter of Leslie H Taylor who served on HMS Cossack (D57)
between 1949 & 1951, including the ships involvement in the Korean War.
Debbie also served as a AB Plotter in the RNR
Served on HMS Cossack (D57) in 1958
He’s the author of Sons of the Seas
Doug served on HMS Cossack (D57) between 1957 and 1958
as an EA3
Peter Served on HMS Cossack (D57) during 1946
as a leading Writer.
Ken Served on HMS Cossack (D57) between 1957 and 1958
as an Able Seaman