HALLOWS, James Stanley


Name: HALLOWS, James Stanley

Nationality: British

Rank: Seaman

Regiment / Service: Royal Naval Patrol Service. H.M Trawler Alouette.

Date of Death: 19/09/1942.

Age: 22

Service No: LT/JX 205745

Cemetery: Lowestoft Naval Memorial, Suffolk.

CWGC Certificate:    James Stanley Hallows

Grave / Memorial Ref: Panel 8 Column 3

Address or Parish: Clitheroe/Bolton

Additional info: 10 of his crew killed James Stanley Matthews from information obtained but needs secondary source to confirm. Ex Esquimaux (Alouette) former fishing boat - hired as a mine sweeping Trawler August 1939. Sunk by U Boat 552 under the command of we understand a Klaus Popp and this action took place off Sesimbra, Portugal. (College Ships R.N Vol 2). Recorded on the Lowestoft Naval Memorial with many others lost at sea and have no grave. Aged 22 when killed. Worked as a machine compositor at the Advertiser in Clitheroe prior to volunteering for the Royal Navy. Youngest Son of Albert and Ethel (Nee Hardman) Older brother Harry and sister Ella. Parents Married 1912. Little Lever, Wesleyan Methodist Church, Herbert Street, Bolton. Lived locally we understand at Alma Place, George Street,Four Lane Ends, Henthorn Road and St Pauls Street. Father we undertand was a Labour Councillor for many years. Were Methodists and attended Trinity. President of Clitheroe Co-Operative Society and well known poultry fancier. Kept chickens and won many prizes.


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